Officers are mounted on four horses in cleared area. Fifth horse stands on left, dog stands behind officers. Trees and white building visible in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Jas Tracey - Vanderhoof. A. Birch. Gilbert."
Photograph depicts (from left to right) Gordon Wyness and Jack Lee at a camp scene "at Bobtail" (possibly Bobtail Lake) near Vanderhoof. As noted in the album caption, the crew had "just returned from Vanderhoof". The telegraph cabin roof and their 1930 Buick Series 40 car is visible at right.
Photograph depicts Jack Lee rafting with a sail on Bobtail Lake, as he was going over to other side of the lake to locate traverse posts (without success, according to the annotation on the photograph verso).
Collection consists of 19 photographic reproductions of black and white photographs documenting the Micks Family life on their Vanderhoof ranch. Also included is a transcript of Doris Ferland (nee Micks) describing her family's move from Nebraska to Vanderhoof in 1913
Photograph depicts two men believed to be North-West Mounted Police officers standing on either side of white packhorse. Forest and mountains in background. Photograph may have been taken in Vanderhoof, B.C.
Photograph depicts Gordon Wyness at the Bobtail campsite after having just returned from a night of camping without a tent on Bobtail Mountain. Wyness noted (on photograph verso) that there were pack rats in the telegraph cabin in the background of this photograph.
Blueprint to the Carrier Communication Centre in Vanderhoof depicts first floor floor plan which includes: lobby, library, sitting areas, and the main meeting and gathering place which has a fire pit in the middle.
Photograph taken on Highway 16, between Vanderhoof and Burns Lake. This road and bridge was to be passed by a new section of the highway. To the date the photograph was taken, all traffic between Prince George and Prince Rupert had used the bridge.