Caroline Palmantier is hoping someone might know the origin of an historical photo she owns. It depicts a First Nations man, dressed in full regalia, sitting on a white horse.
“These are braided reigns, there is bead work and he is riding a saddle,” Palmantier said, adding another person who looked at it wondered if he was a chief.
“A lot of his beadwork matches and he has beaded pants on.”
When Palmantier bought her house in Williams Lake in 1985, the photograph was in a frame, hanging in the bedroom. She said the home was previously owned by Harold and Aggie Armes.