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Margaret Wearing Snow Shoes

Margaret (nee Baxter) Lund stands in snowshoes wearing skirt, high socks, sweater, hat and gloves. Log fence crosses midground, power poles and unidentified building stand in background. Margaret is younger sister to Bob Baxter.

Bob Baxter with Cat and Dog

Photograph depicts Bob holding a cat in doorway of unidentified wood building. A dog stands at his feet in walkway leading up to them in foreground. Wooden barrel and miscellaneous items stand against house in background.

Violet Baxter with Brother Dixon Taylor

Violet sits wearing a fur coat next to younger brother Dixon who wears a suit and hat. They are seated in unidentified area on a wood structure between tall piles of planed lumber. A tall shelter can be seen behind them, and forest trees in background. Dixon Taylor worked at the sawmill in Penny, BC.

Bob Baxter on Caterpillar Tractor in Prince George, BC

Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "PRINCE GEORGE B.C. FARMERS TAKING DELIVERY OF CATERPILLAR TRACTORS." Bob sits on first tractor in line of three. Fifteen men stand in a line against street buildings. "THE SALVATION ARMY" building stands in background on right. This photograph was taken at the corner of 4th and George St.

Hugh Taylor Jr in Ski Gear

Photograph depicts a boy believed to be Hugh Taylor Jr wearing skis, goggles, and holding poles. The side of a snow-covered car is visible on left. A house and two wood buildings stand in background in front of trees.

Violet with Friends at Prince Rupert

Twenty-three year old Violet stands wearing a polka dot dress in a group of unidentified men, women and children. Body of water and tree-covered hill on opposite shore in background. Handwritten caption below this photo reads: "Pr. Rupert, 1928 End of Road Construction".

Taylor Gathering at the Baxter Home in Prince George

Back, left to right: Ellen (nee Taylor) and husband Percy Garland, Joan Graves (daughter of Lucy Taylor), Dick Baxter (son of Violet), Violet (nee Taylor) Baxter. Front, left to right: [unknown], Margret Baxter (wife of Alan Baxter), Judy Taylor (daughter of Arthur Taylor), Edna Roth (daughter of Violet).

Photograph taken on Ross Crescent, Prince George, at the home of Violet Baxter. Car and trees in background.

Three Oldest Taylor Children Sitting on Steps

Each child is dressed in white and seated on deck in front of wood building. In descending order: Ellen, Violet, and Lucy. A barn, fence and forest can be seen in background. It is believed that the children are sitting in front of their home in Kispiox, B.C. See also items 2009.5.1.45 & 2009.2.1.46.

Four Oldest Taylor Children Riding in Buggy

Photograph depicts an unidentified man driving a buggy with Lucy Taylor on his knee, and Violet and Dixon sitting beside him. Ellen stands behind Dixon on the seat. Field crosses midground, forest in background. Horse is not visible in image. It is believed that this photograph was taken near Kispiox, B.C.

Portrait of Violet Taylor's Basksetball Team

Violet stands second from left among group of six girls wearing uniforms, posed in front of backdrop. Two sit on floor, and four stand behind their coach, who is seated in a chair and wearing a suit. A basketball sits between his feet, painted with "COMETS 1921-1922". Violet's shirt has a letter "C" on its front. This photograph was taken in Prince Rupert where Violet attended high school while living with her relatives Sarah and Herbert Glassey.

Men from Department of Public Works

Photograph depicts two men lifting rocks onto or off of a truck with "DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS" painted on its side. Rocky hill in background, road in right foreground. It is speculated that one of these men may be Hugh Taylor, or his son in law Bob Baxter who also worked for the department of public works.

The Bourchier Album

This photograph album consists of photographs of remote police barracks at Mile 47 and Mile 29; early settlements and/or mercantile stores at Tete Jaune Cache, McBride, Sand Creek, Fort George and South Fort George; Grand Trunk Pacific Railway forestry and railway camps; scows and paddlewheel conveyors on the Fraser River; automobiles; community leisure activities; as well as, images of the Bourchier family. The following South Fort George establishments are identifiable within these photographs: Empress Hotel, Ah Yee General Merchant, German Bakery, Northern Hotel, South Fort George Drug Store & Post Office, St. Michael’s Church, Prince George Hotel, Ford Monarch dealership, Astoria Hotel, and King George V Elementary School. Identified geographic locations featured in these photographs include: Tete Jaune, Upper Fraser, Mile 47, Mile 29, Fraser River, Mt. Robson, McBride, Sand Creek, Glacier Mountain, Moose River, Giscome Portage, Pott Falls, Red Deer River, Grand Canyon, Summit Lake, Canoe Pass, Connaught Hill, Nechako Bridge, and Island Cache.

Bourchier, Alan K.

Three Men in Relief Camp at Penny

Photograph depicts three men standing in dirt area near fire wood. Tent building semi-visible on left, forest trees behind snow pile in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Relief camp at Penny. 100 men - A.K. Bourchier Foreman - Dixon Taylor timekeeper. [Ted Nevan?] purchasing agent - hungry thirties. Construction days. Mile 29 - A.K. Bourchier J.P." Man in middle is believed to be A.K. Bourchier.

Bob Baxter with Eagle and Two Young Sons

Photograph depicts Bob standing to right of house, holding an eagle by the wings. A very young Alan stands beside him, and younger brother Fred in front. Short wood fence crosses midground, trees in background. Typed annotation on recto of photograph: "Quesnel B.C. 1936 Northern B.C. Eagle shot at Dragon Lake, B.C. 7 ft. 6 in spread. Mounted by Jack Lestin, Prince George,"

Bob Baxter Driving Team of Horses at Mud River

Photograph depicts two dark horses pulling a loaded sleigh on a snowy road, trees on either side. Bob stands behind them on sleigh. Handwritten caption below this photo reads: "Dec. 1926 Bob with Munroe's team Mud River." Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Robbie & Munro's team B.C. Dec. 1926."

Bob Baxter with Cat and Dog

Photograph depicts Bob holding a cat in doorway of unidentified wood building. A dog stands at his feet in walkway leading up to them in foreground. Wooden barrel and miscellaneous items stand against house in background.

Young Alan and Fred Baxter Being Pushed in Wheelbarrow

Fred and Alan are being pushed in wheelbarrow by a woman wearing a blouse, dress pants, and sunglasses. Typed annotation on recto of photograph: "This is 'Mac' - she is a young woman." This woman is speculated to be Tom Taylor's wife Marion. They stand in a field with a car behind them. A forest and body of water can be see in background, as well as the opposite shore.

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