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Alex on Blackcomb Mountain

Alex Philip on top of Blackcomb Mountain in snow. Inscription on verso: "Alex on top of Blackcomb Mt / 1940?"

Dad's first garden

A row of turnips at Alta Lake, BC with Sewall Tapley and Alex Philip at the far end. PGE Rail line in the background.

Alex and Spot

Sewall Tapley sitting on the steps of his cottage on the Rainbow Lodge grounds with Spot the dog. Inscription on verso: "Sewell Tapley (Myrtles Father)"

Cutting ice

Sewall Tapley with others, cutting ice on Alta Lake. Inscription on verso: "Cutting ice / Sewell Tapley in foreground, others are guests looking on / mid '20s Alta Lake / 'They cut the ice with an ice a big crosscut saw'"

Sewall in a punt with Mutt

Sewall Tapley and Mutt in a boat on Alta Lake. Inscription on verso: "Mr Tapley 'Dad + dog Mutt' / punt-like flat boat - used for duck hunting / Ducks used to come by thousands. Built a blind around boat & let it drift. / 1931? [crossed out & replaced with 1924]

Sewall and Teddy

Sewall Tapley kneeling in a field, feeding Teddy the baby bear cub. Inscription on verso: "Dad + Teddy having a [feed?] of honey / 1936 [numeral '3' is crossed out in pencil & replaced with '2']"

Sewall with a beard

Sewall Tapley with a full beard and great grin, in snow with cottage and animal shed in background.

Baby in a tree

Doreen Tapley as a baby, wrapped in a blanket and stuffed in a hollow tree. Boughs were placed above and below her for a festive look. Inscription on verso: "Phil's baby"

Doreen and her aunts

Doreen Tapley (on right) seemingly supporting her aunts Myrtle (left) and Jean (centre). Rainbow Lodge cabins in background. Inscription on verso: "Pull the Prop away and there would be an accident"

Doreen, Myrtle & Margaret

Doreen Tapley (left), Myrtle Philip (centre) and Margaret [Tapley] Esworthy (right), walking in Vancouver.

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