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Canim Lake
PHILIP-3-1986-0856 · Stuk
Part of Philip Fonds

Photograph of Myrtle Philip with her sister Jean Tapley and another woman and a dog on a dock on Canim Lake, B.C., about to boat.

The photograph is annotated 'Canim Lake'.

Skookum and Kii at Alta Lake
PHILIP-3-1986-0009 · Stuk · 1915
Part of Philip Fonds

These two prints (A, B) from the same negative show Alta Lake in the winter time, with several people and dogs on the frozen surface of the lake. In the foreground is a woman (possibly Myrtle?) and two dogs identified as Myrtle's dogs Skookum (collie) and Kii. In the deep background is another dog and two other people.

PHILIP-3-1986-0015 · Stuk · [193-]
Part of Philip Fonds

This photograph shows Myrtle and Maison Philip standing in front of a barn on the Rainbow Lodge property, each holding onto the reins for a horse.

PHILIP-3-1986-0021 · Stuk · 1924
Part of Philip Fonds

These two photographs show Myrtle Philip skating on a frozen Alta Lake. In the first one (A), she looks out into the distance, and is farther from the lens. The second print (B), shows her at a closer distance, looking into the lens of the camera. Both photographs are taken looking to the North.

Tapley family
PHILIP-3-1986-0861 · Stuk · Dec 1959
Part of Philip Fonds

Group photograph of the Tapley siblings in 1956 including Myrtle Philip, Jean Tapley, Frank Tapley and Margaret Tapley.

PHILIP-3-1986-0038 · Stuk · [193-]
Part of Philip Fonds

This photograph shows Myrtle Philip and Mariah (Rhi) Philip standing in front of a barn on the Rainbow Lodge property holding the reins of their horses. There is an unidentified boy on the horse that Rhi holds the reins for (possibly her son, Maison?).

PHILIP-3-1986-0039 · Stuk · 1968
Part of Philip Fonds

This photograph was taken from Myrtle's cottage, looking out toward Alta Lake. The building near the water is Cypress Lodge, which today is the International Hostel, or HI Whistler.

Annotation on the reverse of the photograph reads, "Myrtle's zero weather Xmas 1968. Rhi and I were up for a few days before Xmas."