This collection holds 154 items pertaining to the Money family and life on Saturna Island. The Moneys have been a prominent family on Saturna for nearly a century.
Major themes within include: the Canada Day lamb bake, portraits of the Money family and Saturna residents, industry on the island (including the old shale plant, oil well, saw mill, and Tumbo coal mine), dedications and ribbon-cutting ceremonies, and miscellaneous images of the island.
We're grateful to John and Carol Money for collecting these images and lending them to the Saturna Island Heritage Archive in 2014.
Saturna Island Heritage Archive
Welcome to the Saturna Island Heritage Archive. Feel free to check out our curated exhibits, use the search bar to navigate the archive by term, or just jump into our collections and see what you find.
This archive was created by the Saturna Island Heritage Centre, located at the Fog Alarm building on East Point. Our summer hours are 9:30-4:30 daily (occasionally subject to change due to special events). You can telephone the Centre by calling 1-250-483-5547, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org