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.
Photograph depicts men standing near three covered wagons pulled by team of horses on street. Buildings line the street on left behind trees with protective structures built around their trunks. A windmill stands near small building and woodpiles in background on right. Trees on hill are visible in distance. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Quesnel".
Photograph depicts three men standing with oars in small boat, forest slash at their feet. More slash lies in foreground behind bushes and plants on swampy shore. Trees in background. These men are believed to be members of the Bourchier forestry crew.
Photograph depicts four men wearing suits and ties, standing in front of mine adit in rocky area, bushes in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "1939 H.F. (Bert) Glassey with black hit in middle" (information regarding Glassey believed to be incorrect).
Photograph depicts a large structure in center of mining area in riverbed, equipment and supplies scattered throughout. Buildings and forest in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "Spruce Creek, Lower Shovel Workings 6/25/39.", on recto: "Atlin".
Photograph depicts two miners standing on either side of wooden sluicing trough in rocky area. Man on left pans for gold. Hills in background. Handwritten annotations on verso of photograph: "PLACER MINERS AT WORK INGINECA RIVER BC", "PHOTO WWW".
Photograph depicts an unidentified man mining in rocky area, trees and hills in background. Handwritten annotations on verso of photograph: "PLACER MINER WSHING FOR GOLD FINDLAY RIVER BC", "PHOTO WWW".
Photograph depicts power plant by waterfall. Extensive construction materials and structures can be seen scattered to left of plant. River in foreground, forest and hills in background. Typed annotation on verso of photograph: "Northern B.C. Power Co. Falls River Plant Prince Rupert B.C."
Photograph depicts lumber piles and what appears to be a very long sluicing trough along Otter Creek. Forest and hills in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "Otter Creek 6/6/37". See also item 2009.5.2.70.
Photograph depicts two log buildings in fenced area on lake shore, forest trees in background. A man can be seen standing near docking area and small boat pier extending into water in foreground. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Fur Farm Red Rock Lake". This location is believed to at mile 27, north of Summit Lake.
Item is a photograph of Princess Margaret on July 17, 1958 at an event staged in the Prince George railway yards. Alex Moffat dressed as a prospector demonstrates panning for previously salted gold nuggets, which were later given to the Princess.
Item is a photograph of Mr. Williston, Chief Forester John Stokes and Tom Wright of Canadian Forest Products examining an area near Prince George in order to determine the timber area required for a Pulp Harvesting License for a proposed pulp mill that would depend completely on waste wood.
Item is a photograph of from left, Ralph Robbins and Jack Paine of the BC Forest Service, Ray Williston, Chief Forester for Canadian Forest Products Tom Wright, Deputy Minister of Forests Finley McKinnon, Canadian Forest Products Vice-President in Charge of Development John Liersch, and BC Chief Forester John Stokes investigating small wood in an area near Prince George.