From top center, clockwise, Ernest Easthope with sons Arthur, George
and Percy and grandson Vincent, son of Percy. Ca.
Easthope brothers in 1908 a few months after the death of Vincent.
L. to r., George, Fred and Arthur.
Percy and Ernest.
Building at 1745 W. Georgia Street, Vancouver.
L.-r. are Ernest Easthope,
Percy Williams Easthope and George Easthope Sr.
George Sr. and Elizabeth Easthope with their children, l. to r., Ethel, Harold Eugene
Margaret, Myrtle, George Jr., Amy, Percy, Catherine and
Launch and trial of the second boat belonging to George Easthope Jr., ca.
Arrow Boat Works, False Creek, Vancouver.
Teresa W. E. Carter, née Easthope, with brother George aboard a coastal steamer in the 1930s.
L.-r., George Easthope, Percy Easthope and Percy's son Vincent at the Coachella Valley,
California, ca. 1945.
, belonging to Terry and Cecile Hill, approximately 20' LOA, moored at Degnen Bay,
Vancouver Island, Canada in 2009. Propulsion is an 8-14 Easthope.
Easthope two cylinder 8-14 in Neat Stuff
Now in the collection of the Sointula Museum
Allan Easthope with Dream Trader
, early 2010.
Postcard from Christmas Circle, Borrego Springs, California. Card sent by George
Dated February 13.
Postmarked February 15, 1954 at Borrego Springs.
In a similar view
the camera is nearer the center of the circle. Image, B. Nyberg.
Teresa Carter (née Easthope) visiting her brother, Fred Easthope,
at his home at Blind Bay,
Nelson Island, BC
1963. Image, A. Hanson.
Fred's launch, M.V. Triton
, at Blind Bay, ca.
1970. Image, A. Hanson.
Name plate from pre-1940 stump puller.
Brass, lightly embossed
and filled with black enamel.
102 mm x 66.4 mm x 0.6 mm thick.
White and navy blue vitreous enamel on steel, 354 mm x 120 mm x 0.25 mm thick.
During the 1920s and '30s one of these signs was nailed to each engine shipping crate.
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