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Jean and Myrtle with skis

Jean Tapley and Myrtle Philip with unidentified man, all with skis. Rainbow Lodge, bridges and mountains in background.

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"

Skiing at Rainbow Lodge

Myrtle Philip and friend skiing on the edge of Alta Lake. Rainbow Lodge cabins at left.

Stacking wood

Four people and a dog in front of a huge woodpile at Rainbow Lodge. (L-r): Elsie Clarke, Myrtle Philip, Jack Findlay, Alex Philip. Inscription on verso : "Alex Findlay Myrtle Elsie"

Guests in city clothes

Seven women dressed in city clothes and standing on the Rainbow Lodge boardwalk, with Myrtle Philip seated in front. Rainbow Lodge cabins in background.

Myrtle and Rhi Holding Reins of Horses

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?).

Teddy Bear with Myrtle at Rainbow Lodge

Shows Myrtle with her pet bear cub, "Teddy Bear." Teddy is sitting on his hind legs getting a treat on the porch of Rainbow Lodge. An unidentified man is in the background.

Reggie Shurie, Jimmy Lobb and Myrtle Philip tobogganing

  • PHILIP-3-1986-1026
  • Stuk
  • [1927]<sup>1</sup>
  • Part of Philip Fonds

Two copies of the same photograph of Reggie Shurie, Jimmy Lobb and Myrtle Philip tobogganing from the dining room roof of Rainbow Lodge. Copy 1 has an annotation on the reverse reading "Why don't you look out so we can see you once in a while, Reg", presumably addressed to Jimmy Lobb who you can barely see. The second copy has the following annotation on the reverse "Reggie Shurie, [?] son up for 2 weeks holiday, Jimmy Lobb, Myrtle Philip, 1923 or 24, Tobogganing of [sic] the Dining Room Roof (in Rainbow Lodge)."

The snow has been shoveled off the eaves and was very deep that year.<sup>2</sup>

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