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Photographs

  • BARR_2011_042-01
  • Reeks
  • [1927]-1938
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Photographs belonging to Ross and Alison Barr documenting their life at Parkhurst sawmill on Green Lake, Whistler.

Logging at Parkhurst

  • BARR_2011_042-01-014
  • Stuk
  • [1927-1929?]
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Photograph of the logging operation at Parkhurst, showing the railcar, a spar tree, and the steam donkey. The man standing on the log in the foreground is Ross Barr.

Barr Fonds

  • BARR_2011_042
  • Archief
  • [1927]-1938

Photographs belonging to Ross and Alison Barr documenting their life at Parkhurst sawmill on Green Lake, Whistler. One comic poem about Parkhurst.

Parkhurst Panorama

  • BARR_2011_042-01-011
  • Stuk
  • [1928-1929]
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Panoramic photograph of Parkhurst taken from across Green Lake, probably from the Lineham property. The inscription on the verso reads "Green Lake, by PL Tait, 1928, 29?"

Tait, P. L.

Float plane on Green Lake

  • BARR_2011_042-01-002
  • Stuk
  • [1928-1929]
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Photograph of a float plane on Green Lake and the PGE railway tracks at Parkhurst. A freight car is shown on the railway track. The inscription on the back reads "Green Lake, 1928 or 1929. Boat on lake, boat house, PGE." Although the inscription reads "boat" the item on the water is almost certainly a float plane.

Parkhurst from above

  • BARR_2011_042-01-020
  • Stuk
  • [c. 1930s?]
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Copy of a photograph of Parkhurst taken from up on the mountainside across Green Lake. Inscription on the reverse reads "Parkhurst, Green Lake, Barr Bros Mill and Camp."

Timber air-drying at Parkhurst

  • BARR_2011_042-01-023
  • Stuk
  • [c. 1930s?]
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Photograph of timber air-drying at Parkhurst. More money could be made if the timber was ready-dried, but it was a lot of work to pile the wood so high, according to Norman Barr.

Textual Material

  • BARR_2011_042-02
  • Reeks
  • 1933-1934
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Textual documents relating to Parkhurst, dating back to the 1930s, which were donated to the museum by the Barr family.

And have the boys a plaything in the Parkhurst Pussy!

  • BARR_2011_042-02-001
  • Stuk
  • [1933 or 1934]
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Comic poem written by Georgina Murray, daughter of Ma Murray of Lillooet. The poem is about the crawler tractor at Parkhurst. Although the tractor was actually of the brand "Cletrac" it was widely known as the "Cat" after the brand "Caterpillar". This poem was making a pun on the word cat, describing the machine as a pet.

Norm Barr outside the Barr family home

  • BARR_2011_042-01-013
  • Stuk
  • 1935
  • Part of Barr Fonds

Photograph of Norman Barr outside the Barr family home built on the hill above Parkhurst. Note the window boxes; Ross Barr was a keen gardener.

The inscription on the verso reads "Parkhurst home 1935, (Norm)."

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