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.
Sewall Tapley sitting on the steps of a cabin with Myrtle Philip, another unidentified man, and two dogs. An unidentified woman is standing holding a rifle and two birds that she has presumably shot. The photograph has been made as a postcard.
Myrtle Philip and a dog standing in a boat in receding flood waters at Rainbow Lodge. A man wades in the water next to the boat. The annotation on the reverse reads "Spring rains flood, Bob Clunente, MP.
Two copies of the same photograph of Alex and Myrtle Philip sitting on a boulder, and Alex's brother, John, standing below. Alex is holding Ki the dog. The annotation on the reverse of one of the prints (a), written in Myrtle's hand, reads: "Alex, John and I, taken last winter while out tramping one day, about 1911 or 12."