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George Goulding arrived in Oyama in 1906, initially staying with the Lloyd family. Goulding purchased 2000 acres on Kalamalka Lake and established the Rainsford Ranch, a mixed farming operation, including a 60 acre orchard. He sold the ranch to Godfrey Isaacs in 1926 and purchased Iris Point (Kaloya Park) from Egbert Trask. The Gouldings spent some time in Calgary, but mostly lived in Oyama until 1936, when the family moved to Vancouver. George died in 1943 at age 55.

The Gouldings had three children, Florence, Margaret and Bill. Florence married Lawrence Lang of Vernon and they had three children, Ann, Susan and Debbie. Margaret married Colin Maclaren of Kelowna and they had one daughter, Elizabeth โ€œMargo.โ€ Both Colin Maclaren and Bill Goulding were killed in WWII.

A number of photograph albums were donated to the Lake Country Museum and Archives by Margo Maclaren.

Click once on photos to enlarge.

To view a sampling of each Album above click on a photograph. One can then use the arrows ( > and < ) on the right and left of the photos to move through the six selections in each sample album.

The Photo Albums that are displayed on the website contain only a few of the photographs that are contained in the Photo Album files at the Lake Country Museum. Copies of the photographs (in high resolution) may be purchased through the Museum for personal use. The aerial photographs are available in digital format. Please contact the Museum for ordering information.