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About to go to Fitzsimmons mine

Two copies of a photograph taken outside Rainbow Lodge. A group of men stand with Hugh Lorimer's old white horse (Lorimer hired out packhorses to trappers, prospectors and hunting parties), laden with dynamite about to go to Fitzsimmon's copper mine. From L-R: Bill Holloway, Jimmy Fitzsimmons, Bill Bailiff, Bill MacDermott, Alex Philip Sr and Tom Wilson.

Annotation on the back of one of the copies reads "Around 1916, Bill Holloway prospector, Jimmy Fitzsimmons of Fitzsimmons mine. Bill Bailiff, Bill MacDermott, Alex Philip (senior), Tom Wilson, leaving for prospecting trip to Fitzsimmons Glacier area mine."

Annotation on the back of the second reads "First saddle house in Alta Lake country - man with packing dynamite up to Fitzsimmons mine (half way up Blackcomb)".

In 'Whistler Reflections' this photograph is captioned '1916', however we do not know where this information came from.

Alaric children and Norm Barr sitting on a Workhorse

  • BARR_2011_042-01-019
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  • [1935]
  • Parte deBarr Fonds

Copy of a group photograph of (from left to right) Bobby Hudson, Norm Barr, Peggy Alaric, and Jerry Hudson sitting on the back of a workhorse that belonged to the Alaric family. Albert Alaric is holding the horse's reigns.

Alex Philip and David Newall

Alex Philip and David Newall with packhorses at Canim Lake. David was the owner of a lodge at Canim Lake.

Alex Philip and David Newall

Photograph of Alex Philip, David Newall and an unknown man on horseback and a packhorse, Canim Lake.

Boy with a foal and a dog

A boy, possibly Maison Philip with a foal and a dog in front of the cabins west of Rainbow Lodge.

Brooksville, Maine, USA

Two photographs printed on the same piece of photographic paper.

The first image is of the family who took in Myrtle Philip while she was teaching in Brooksville, standing outside thier house. The annotation on the reverse reads "Brooksville, Maine, Folks when I [?] while teaching school, 1908".

The second is of the same family with a horse pulling firewood. The annotation on the reverse reads "Hauling in the firewood".

David Esworthy as a baby on horseback

Photograph of David Esworthy as a baby on horseback with his aunt, Jean Tapley. The annotation on the reverse reads "David and Jean on Shorty". Rainbow Lodge tennis court is visible in the back.

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