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Unidentified Man Reclining

Photograph depicts unidentified man with glasses reclining on blanket, coats hanging behind him. Some type of shelving or roofing can be seen in background. Man is wearing pants, belt, and striped shirt with a pencil in the pocket. It is speculated that this man may be Bert Youngstrom, (see items 2005.3.4 & 2005.3.59).

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.

Harry Monson Reclining on Bed

Handwritten annotation on recto of photo reads: "Harry Monson Edmonton Prince George." Harry reclines on bed under window, surrounded by personal effects. Photograph was taken after nightfall. Handwritten caption beside this photo reads: "Harry talked my dad into selling him my boat".

Tom Taylor's Basketball Team

Seven men in basketball uniforms stand next to coach Morrison, who wears a suit. Twenty year old Tom Taylor stands last in line, next to coach. Each man holds the waist of the next, and the first man holds a basketball. A building and trees can be seen in background. Handwritten annotation on verso: "1935", on recto: "Danny Palumbo, Bill Smith, Owen Duprie, Hilton, Bill Aikin, Jack McKinzie, Tom Taylor, Dr. Morrison."

Violet and Lucy Taylor with Drama Group

Lucy stands next to Violet on far right in group with six other unidentified young girls. Each girl wears a white dress and holds a holly branch. They stand on material laid out in snow in front of unidentified building. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Violet. Lucy. This is their Holly and Mistletoe Drill".

Violet and Lucy Taylor Performing "Sleeping Beauty" with Drama Group

Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Here they are in Sleeping beauty asleep. Virginia is not all in. She is behind Violet who is King. Father of the beauty. That is the queen in front and the nurse at the head of the bed and the Beauty on the bed." The girls are in costume on material laid out in snow in front of unidentified building. Unknown wood object in left foreground.

Hazelton Masquerade Dance

Handwritten caption beneath this photo reads: "Hazelton Masquerade Dance April 8th /12". A group of approximately 70 people in costume stand in large room with wood interior and British flag in background. The group includes men, women, and children of all ages.

Hazelton Masquerade Dance

A group of approximately 70 people in costume stand in large room with wood interior and two British flags in background. The group includes men, women, and children of all ages. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "I Say were you ever in the Old Country?". See also item 2009.5.1.56.

Men at Formal Event

A group of approximately forty men are seated and standing around a formally dressed table. British and American flags are mounted on wall in background beneath drapery hung from ceiling. This is speculated to be a sports event.

Hazelton Hockey Banquet

A group of thirty men stand behind a formally dressed table. British flags and a flag that says "WELCOME" are mounted on wall in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Hockey Banquet Hazelton. Myself with a patch over my eye." Man with eye patch in far back left is speculated to be Bob Baxter.

Hazelton Hockey Game

Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "HOCKEY - HAZELTON. VS G.T.P.R [Grand Truck Pacific Railway] FEB. 20/11" Twelve players can be seen skating on ice, surrounded by large crowd of people standing on either side of the game. Referees dressed in suits stand around players, and a dog can also be seen in crowd. Snow pile in foreground; river banks, forest, and mountains in background.

Hazelton Hockey Game

Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Longs Vs. Shorts. Hockey - Hazelton B.C. Yours truly in Goal." Ten players can be seen skating on ice enclosed in rink boards made of wood planks. Goalie stands on far left. Trees and hills in background.

Hazelton Baseball Team

Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "Hazelton Ball Team. Winners. May 24th. 15". Ten men in baseball uniforms stand in a line, each player holding the shoulder of the one in front of him. A crowd of men, women, and children stands behind them near a tent and wood barrels. Trees in background.

Violet Taylor in Group Portrait

Photograph depicts group of fourteen men and women dressed in formal attire, posed on carpet in front of backdrop. Violet sits second from left. This photograph was taken in Prince Rupert where Violet attended high school while living with her relatives Sarah and Herbert Glassey.

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".

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.

Hugh Taylor Sr. with Group of Men on Street

Six men wearing suits stand in a line on street, Hugh Taylor third from left and holding a package. Two other men stand against unidentified building in background. Small shed in background on left, hill in distance. It is believed that some of the men in foreground are also featured in item 2009.5.1.84.

Hugh Taylor Sr. with Group of Men on Street

Eight men wearing suits stand in a line on street, Hugh Taylor second from right holding a package. An unidentified building stands in background on right, and a small shed stands in background on left. A dog stands in foreground and a hill can be seen in the distance. It is believed that some of the men are also featured in item 2009.5.1.84.

Large Picnic Gathering

Photograph depicts large social gathering of men, women and children seated in wooded area, fallen trees behind them. Smoke from a campfire rises behind group. It is speculated that Violet Baxter may be seated in foreground on right, with her back turned to the photographer.

Large Picnic Gathering

Photograph depicts large social gathering of men, women and children seated in wooded area, fallen trees behind them. Smoke from a campfire can be seen behind group. It is speculated that Violet Baxter may be seated in foreground, with her back turned to the photographer.

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.

Six Men Standing with Oars & Poles

Photograph depicts men standing in cleared dirt area, in front of oars and poles that lean against fallen tree trunk. One man holds a shovel, and forest trees can be seen in background. Handwritten annotation on verso and recto of this photograph reads: "Tilicums". It is is believed that this photograph was taken near the Upper Fraser River.

Crew Eating in Camp

Photograph depicts four men eating and drinking at campsite, cooking and camping supplies scattered throughout. A dog sits in foreground, and many items are hung from a horizontal pole behind men. Forest trees in background.

Changing Horses on the Cariboo Road

Photograph depicts four men standing near fully packed horse-drawn cart in front of wood buildings, including a long building with a porch and chairs. Trees on hill visible in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Changing teams on the Cariboo Road".

Occidental Hotel on Front Street, Quesnel

Photograph depicts four men standing under balcony of hotel near other buildings on street. Trees line the street, with protective structures built around their trunks. It is speculated that one of these men may be Mr. A. K. Bourchier. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "As you were".

Crew Seated in Camp

Photograph depicts four men sitting on forest floor, supplies scattered throughout campsite. A small tent stands in background, and wood poles have been erected above fire site in foreground.

Bob Potts Cooking on Red Deer River

Photograph depicts two men standing in front of a short tent. Cooking supplies are scattered throughout campsite. Trees cross midground, and snow-covered mountains stand in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "POTT FALLS ON REDDEER RIVER. A Plate of Beans before Lunch. ON THE RIGHT Bob - Potts. Sampling his own Cooking."

Bob Potts with Crew in Camp

Photograph depicts four men around fireside in forest clearing. A man believed to be Bob Potts kneels on far right, next to dog. These men are believed to be members of A. K. Bourchier's crew. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "The Last of a Comfortable Camp."

Bob Potts Cooking in Campsite

Photograph depicts six men around fireside in forest, trees felled on either side. Bob Potts sits on far right, next to dog in foreground. These men are believed to be members of A. K. Bourchier's crew on the Upper Fraser River. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Preparing The miday meal. frying Bacon on sticks. Potts. Chief Chef."

Bourchier Supply Camp

Photograph depicts men standing on shore in front of tents, forest trees in background. Photograph was taken from a boat; portion of boat and oar are visible in foreground. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "View of all four tents."

Crew & Infant Posed by Large Building

Photograph depicts nine men sitting and standing in front of tall wood building. Man on left in foreground holds an infant on his knee. Stairs in foreground on right, forest visible in background on left. Individuals have been numbered 1 to 10 in blue ink on verso. Corresponding annotations on recto: "[Longlursh?] 1, Fraser 2, Lauce, Yip [Saur Luig?], Claude 5, Morrison, [Le - Clair?], [Graut?], [Eoaen?], Greyson."

Meikle's Cabin at the Mouth of the Clearwater

Photograph depicts four men standing in front of small log cabin with sod roof. It is believed that these men are also featured at Ah Yee's in item 2009.5.3.16. A man believed to be Meikle sits in window of cabin. Forest in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of this photograph reads: "Meikle's Cabin mouth of Clearwater".

Church at Fort George Reserve, BC

Photograph depicts two men standing in street at the Fort George Reserve. A church with steeple stands in midground, on left side of street. Forest in background. Handwritten annotation on verso and recto of this photograph reads: "Fort George Temple." See item 2009.5.3.28 for photograph depicting this reserve which belonged to the Lheidli T'enneh Band.

Fort George from Across the Fraser River

Photograph depicts the early settlement of Fort George. The buildings to the left of the fence are believed to be owned by the Hudson's Bay Company. The land to the right of the fence belonged to the Fort George Reserve, the home of today's Lheidli T'enneh Band who relocated to a reserve at Shelley when this reserve was sold in 1912. Handwritten annotation on verso and recto of this photograph reads: "Fort George from opposite side of Fraser River".

Distant View of Tete Jaune Cache, BC

Photograph depicts settlement across frozen lake. Trees cross midground, mountains stand in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph reads: "Distant view of Tete Jaune B.C.", on recto of photograph: "I marked about where you loaded your boat the telephone pole is down the road toward 53. Tete Jaune Mile 52."

Street in Tete Jaune Cache, BC

Photograph depicts four men and small cart standing in street, lines of log buildings on either side. Tents can be seen at end of left side of street. First building on left is larger, with the sign "STOPPING PLACE". Trees cross midground, mountains stand in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph reads: "Tete Jaune Cache. B.C."

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