Collections > Digital Collection
Pender Harbour Living Heritage Society maintains a collection of material pertaining to Pender Harbour's history.
Much of this can be viewed online.
Photos and Documents
View our digital collection
An easy way to begin is to look at Random Images.
Enjoy a trip down memory lane!
Ordering and copyright information (pdf)
Check out our YouTube channel for even more videos. Additional videos are being added regularly.
Thanks to a 2021 grant from the Sunshine Coast Regional District, we have digitized a number of John Haddock films.
If you can identify anyone, please tell us which video,
time on the video, and the person's name.
Help identify people!
There are over 200 photos in our collection with unidentified people. If you recognize someone, please click the photo to enlarge it and send us your info by clicking "Send Us Feedback" at the top right of the record. You'll be helping us provide a more accurate record of Pender Harbour history!
View unidentified people here
From the Nuttall Family collection
(Above) 1973: George Taylor and Kay Nuttall at the dock at Taylor's Garden Bay Store (owned by George) at Hospital Bay in Pender Harbour. Kay's ling cod appears to weigh about 46 pounds. Check out the large salmon in the boat behind them. (Click image to view more detail)
From the Lloyd's Store collection
(Above) Page one of a handwritten six-page submission by Ivy Potts about her memories of Lloyd's Store for a contest held on the 50th anniversary of Lloyd's store in 1997. Her submission won fourth place. View Ivy's full submission and a typed transcript.
Lloyd's Store was the original store, built by Al Lloyd in 1947 who operated Pender Harbour's first self-serve store for many years. With some owners, it had different names. When George and Francis Taylor bought it, it became Taylor's Garden Bay Store. Later, new owners named it John Henry's as it is known today.