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View from Asbestos Mountain Looking South - Annotated

Photograph depicts the projected mining area of Asbestos Mountain, taken during the expedition of George Edzerza's party and their exploration of the future mine at Cassiar.

Handwritten annotation on verso in blue ink describing sections of photograph which have been pointed to or outlined in blue ink: "LOOKING SOUTH" "ORE ZONE <--500'--> ORE IN PLACE" "FLUFF AREA" "SOUTH^".

Tent Site

Photograph depicts tent structures among trees at the temporary Cassiar construction camp. Taken from future site of garage building, looking northwest, snow-capped mountain in background.

Bill Plumb and Airplane

Photograph depicts Cassiar's Chief Geologist Bill Plumb and unidentified man standing on shore by yellow Cassiar supervisor's truck. Airplane is parked on lake behind them, and miscellaneous equipment lies on shore at Bill's feet. Photograph speculated to have been taken at Aeroplane Lake, approximately 35 miles east of Cassiar. Bill Plumb led many expeditions for the purposes of Cassiar's outside exploration endeavours.

Hammer at Excavated Wall

Photograph depicts a geologist's hammer, believed to belong to Cassiar's Chief Geologist Bill Plumb. The hammer provides a scale for the exposed asbestos, indicating the percent of fibre in the rock as well as the expectation of grade.

Manager's Photos - Cassiar Hills

Photograph depicts plant site, two mountains in background. Power poles, box, and piles of unidentified material in foreground. Speculated corresponding annotation on verso of page stapled to photograph: "Cassiar Hills (Midday in December)".

Manager's Photos - Powerhouse Engine

Photograph depicts diesel engine and alternator in room, electrical board on right. Typed annotation taped to verso of page stapled to photograph: "300 K.W. Ruston Hornsby diesel and alternator in power house."

Manager's Photos - Ore Chute

Photograph depicts an ore gravity chute on McDame Mountain. Corresponding note on accompanying photo description page: "August 5th: 12. Ore chute down mountain slope." Typed annotation taped to verso of page stapled to photograph: "View looking down portion of chute."

Manager's Photos - Cassiar Hills

Photograph depicts mountains, half covered in shadow. Power poles and power house in foreground, piles of unidentified material on right. Speculated corresponding annotation on verso of page stapled to photograph: "Cassiar Hills (Midday in December)".

Manager's Photos - Men in Snow

Photograph depicts eight men in snow around unidentified object, speculated to be portion of glacier. Speculated corresponding annotation on verso of page stapled to photograph: "Overturned Tanker (Glacier 1 mile north of Joe Reed's)".

Manager's Photos - Men and Buckets

Photograph depicts three men bent over metal buckets in dirt on mountainside. Rocks, rakes, and bags in foreground, man in distance, snow-covered mountain in background. Unidentified object or structure in background.

Manager's Photos - Sub-Station Building

Photograph depicts small wood building built on tall wood poles adjacent to power house. Ladders, building materials, covered object, and unidentified structure [box of truck/shop foundation ?] in foreground. Corresponding note on accompanying photo description page: "August 20th: 8. Sub-station building and poles. Power House on the left. Oil tanks on the right."

Manager's Photos - Plant Site, East View

Photograph depicts unidentified vehicle on road to plant site. Power house, sub-station, oil tanks, and ore stockpile in view. Trees in foreground, buildings materials to right of road, mountains in background. Corresponding note on accompanying photo description page: "August 25th: 11. Plantsite. Taken from warehouse roof and looking east."

Manager's Photos - Snow in Gully

Photograph depicts truck on mountain road, man on right, snow on left. Snow exceeds height of truck. Corresponding note on accompanying photo description page: "Pictures taken July 5th, 1952: 1. Showing depth of snow in first gully north of talus."

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