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Snow-Covered Barn

Winter landscape scene featuring a small barn barely visible under snow. Trees in background and snow-plowed area in foreground. Handwritten caption beside this photo reads: "Lakeside Barn in Winter".

Bert Youngstrom at Shop & Warehouse

Photograph depicts Bert Youngstrom leaning on one of two gas pumps in front of three long buildings. Trees can be seen in background, as well as snow all around. Steel drums an other miscellaneous material surround the buildings. Handwritten captions above and beside this photo read: "Bert Youngstrom" "Shop & Warehouse".

Camp at Summit Lake, B.C.

Photograph depicts a numerous variety of buildings in snowy clearing of forest. A car is parked in foreground on road leading into the camp. Handwritten caption beside this photo reads: "Sumit Lake Camp". It is speculated that this may be the Campbell Construction Co. road camp.

Fred Youngstrom and a Second Man Standing by Car

Handwritten caption above this photo reads: "Fred Youngstrom in [church shirt?]" Photograph depicts two men (Fred on left) standing on snow-covered road in front of car with a British Columbia license plate "93-650". A wood pile and long building with porch can be seen in background in front of forest trees. It is believed that this photo was taken at the camp in Summit Lake, B.C. (see item 2005.3.57).

Bert Youngstrom and Kitchen Staff

Handwritten caption beside this photo reads: "Bert and Kitchen Staff". Photograph depicts Bert (Youngstrom?) standing close to a woman and young girl on snow in front of unidentified buildings. Forest trees can be seen in background. It is believed that this photo was taken at the camp in Summit Lake, B.C. (see item 2005.3.57).

Fred Youngstrom and Kitchen Staff

Handwritten caption beside this photo reads: "Fred Youngstrom & Kitchen Staff. 1946." Photograph depicts Fred standing to right of three woman, a young girl, and a dog. The group is standing on the snow-covered front steps of a (kitchen?) building, lumber pile on far right. A large metal triangle is hanging behind Fred. It is believed that this photograph was taken at the camp at Summit Lake B.C. (see item 2005.3.57).

Camp at Summit Lake, B.C.

Photograph depicts the camp at Summit Lake, B.C., a numerous variety of buildings in snowy clearing of forest. A car is parked in foreground on road leading into the camp. It is speculated that this may be the Campbell Construction Co. road camp.

Open Cab Truck

Handwritten caption beside this photo reads: "1500wt 4x4". Photograph depicts small open cab truck with tire chains. Forest and unidentified buildings in background. A second vehicle is semi-visible on far left, as well as a pile of logs on far right.

Taylor Family at House in South Fort George

Hermina Taylor stands with group gathered on front steps of veranda. An elderly couple and young girl sit on the steps beside Lucy and Violet Taylor (Violet holding a baby). Hermina and young girl stand behind them on right, and a man and young woman stand behind on left. A wood pile can be seen behind the house.

Hugh Jr. & Virginia Taylor

6 year old Hugh Jr. sits on top of wood gate in doorway of log building, holding hands with older sister Virginia who stands in a hat and coat. Virginia is 16 years old in this photo. Straw-covered dirt ground in foreground.

Taylor Family Gathering on Lulu Island, B.C.

Standing from left to right: Hugh Taylor Jr. and wife Corrine, Hermina Taylor, Alan Baxter (son of Violet Taylor) and wife Margret, Beverly Taylor (wife of Ian), Arthur Taylor, Ian Taylor (son of Arthur), Ronald Butler (husband to Jillian).

Seated from left to right: Virginia (nee Taylor) Silvester, Jillian Butler (daughter of Arthur Taylor), Dixon Taylor.

Group is gathered at a farm on Lulu Island, B.C. belonging to a friend of the family named Edna Mozer. Wood building, trees and vehicle in background.

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.

Young Virginia & Violet Taylor in Front Yard

The two girls stand in front of a house at South Fort George, B.C. Young boy believed to be Arthur Taylor can be seen in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "After the Ball was over, Violet and Virginia lay [...] August 22, [192...] South fort George B.C." (Annotation is cut off).

Hermina Taylor and daughter Violet

Fourteen year old Violet stands behind her mother who is seated on chair in front of house at South Fort George. Nine year old Arthur Taylor can be seen sliding down the front steps in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Mother & Violet - 1921 -" (date believed to be incorrect).

Young Violet & Virginia Taylor

Seven year old Virginia stands beside older sister Violet who is seated on chair in front of house at South Fort George. Two small children can be seen standing in porch. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Violet & Virginia - 1921 -" (date believed to be incorrect).

Hermina Taylor and daughter Violet

Fourteen year old Violet stands behind her mother who is seated on chair in front of house at South Fort George. Nine year old Arthur Taylor can be seen sliding down the front steps in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Mother & I and Arthur".

Four Oldest Taylor Children Sitting on Steps

Each child is dressed in white and seated on different level of steps. In descending order: Ellen, Violet, Lucy, and Dixon. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Violet Lucy and Dixon". It is believed that the children are sitting in front of their home in Kispiox, B.C. See also items 2009.5.1.45 and 2009.5.1.47.

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.

Unidentified Man at Log Cabin

Photograph depicts a man seated with bundles and briefcase in front of two small log cabins with sod roofs. What appears to be an elevated log cache stands to left behind cabins, with a ladder raised to its door. Rocky, dry field crosses foreground, mountains visible in background.

Hugh & Hermina Taylor with Infant Daughters on Horseback

Hugh Taylor Sr. stands between two horses, holding reigns. Hermina sits on left horse, Ellen and Violet sit in packboard on right horse. Five men sit on deck of large building with detailed porch in background on left. A fence, log shed, and wood pile can be seen in background on right. A dog stands beside Hugh. It is believed this photograph was taken at Hazelton, B.C.

Hugh & Hermina Taylor with Infant Daughters on Horseback

Hugh Taylor Sr. stands between two horses, holding reigns. Hermina sits on left horse, Ellen and Violet sit in packboard on right horse. Five men sit on deck of large building with detailed porch in background on left. A fence, log shed, and wood pile can be seen in background on right. A dog stands beside Hugh. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "Hazelton, B.C. 1910."

Hermina Taylor & Friends Stand Behind Cake

Hermina stands beside four women in front of wood house. Cake stands on short stool in foreground. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "This is for dear Freddy, with love and thanks for all the letters and reports & cards you have sent to me. Lovingly Grannie. Grannie, Betty Angus, Donna, cake, Mrs. Gillies, Aunt Marge [wife of Tom Taylor]."

Totem Poles at Hazelton, B.C.

Photograph depicts two large totem poles on either side of front steps to wood building. An unidentified woman and three small children can be seen in foreground. A second building stands in background on right. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "New Hazelton".

Hagwilget Bridge Crosses Bulkley River

Photograph depicts bridge built with wooden planks and poles, braced from below, with triangles built into its frame. The bridge crosses Hagwilget Canyon on the Bulkley River, five kilometres from its confluence with the Skeena River. This is one of the many bridge structures that have crossed this location since at least 1859.

Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "old bridge at the Bulkley River."

Hagwilget Bridge Crosses Bulkley River

Close view of bridge built with wooden planks, poles, and wires, braced from below, with triangles built into its frame. The bridge crosses Hagwilget Canyon on the Bulkley River, five kilometres from its confluence with the Skeena River. This is one of the many bridge structures that have crossed this location since at least 1859. Photograph was taken from one side of canyon, near bridge. Opposite canyon wall in background. Typed annotation glued to verso of photograph: "HAGWILGET - 'the gentle or quiet people'."

Hagwilget Bridge Crosses Bulkley River

Photograph depicts two men and a horse on a bridge built with wooden planks, poles, and wires, braced from below, with triangles built into its frame. The bridge crosses Hagwilget Canyon on the Bulkley River, five kilometres from its confluence with the Skeena River. This is one of the many bridge structures that have crossed this location since at least 1859. Photograph was taken from a distance. Rocky riverbank in foreground, opposite shore in background behind bridge. Typed annotation in red ink on verso of photograph: "INDIAN BRIDGE, NEAR HAZELTON, B.C."

Bridge Crossing River Canyon

Photograph depicts bridge built with wooden planks and poles, with triangles built into its frame. Water rapids in foreground, opposite shore in background behind bridge. This is speculated to be one of the bridges that crossed the Hagwilget Canyon on the Bulkey River since 1859, five kilometres from its confluence with the Skeena River. See items 2009.5.1.69 - 2009.5.1.71.

Walcott Suspension Bridge on Bulkley River

Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Omineca Dist Walcott Suspension Bridge West Approach - looking East May 26 - 1932". Photograph depicts two white horses pulling a wagon in front of Walcott bridge. This bridge was moved from its original location in the Hagwilget Canyon, downstream from Walcott on the Bulkley River. It is a pedestrian bridge at the time of this photograph, though it was originally used by motor vehicles. Dirt road leading to bridge in foreground, with lumber and brush piles on either side. Trees and hills on opposite shore in background.

Railway Bridge at Hazelton, B.C.

Photograph depicts the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Bridge crossing the Bulkley River. A smaller bridge speculated to be used by pedestrians stands below and parallel to the railway bridge. Photo was taken from shore, with opposite shore crossing midground. Trees in foreground, mountains in background. A small building can be seen at opposite end of bridge. Other sections of railway can be seen on hill in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "HAZELTON BULKLEY BRIDGE."

Jean Caux's Pack Train Leaving Ashcroft, B.C.

Photograph depicts men loading a line of approximately twenty mules facing large building in background with the sign: "[WBBAILEY?] ANDCO'S OFFICE." A second sign is posted on deck of building: "ALWAYS CURES! CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY." More men wearing suits watch from deck. Small building in hillside can be seen in background. Annotation along bottom recto of photograph reads: "Last Pack Train leaving Ashcroft for Hazelton -1909." Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "CATALINE 1909".

Four Men at Retail Store in Hazelton, B.C.

Men stand wearing vests and ties in doorway framed in corner of building with the sign: "R. CUNNINGHAM LTD. GENERAL MERCHANDISE." Various other advertisements hang from doorway. Man on left believed to be transport driver also featured in items 2009.5.1.80 & 2009.5.1.81. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Hazelton, B.C. 1910".

Two Teams of Horses Pulling Wagon and Buggy

Team on left pulls wagon with the sign "RUDDY & MACKAY. BAGGAGE. STAGE & TRANSFER." Driver believed to be same man featured in items 2009.5.1.79 & 2009.5.1.81. A second man sits in wagon on luggage. Team on right pulls a man driving a buggy. A large three story building with detailed porch stands in background behind teams in street.

Ruddy & Mackay Transfer Company Wagon

Photograph depicts team of horses pulling heavily loaded wagon with the sign: "RUDDY & MACKAY. BAGGAGE. STAGE & TRANSFER." One man stands holding head of horse and smoking a pipe. A second man sits in wagon holding reigns, (believed to be same man featured in items 2009.5.1.79 & 2009.5.1.80). Large "Grand Trunk Pacific" building can be seen in background, as well as a smaller building with the sign "HAZELTON" hanging from its eaves.

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