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Jardine, Robert Laidlaw With digital objects
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First students at Alta Lake School

Six young people on skates with hockey sticks on Alta Lake. The first students of Alta Lake School. Inscription on verso reads "Some of the kids at the first (original school down at Alta Lake / 1930s (after 1932) / On Lagoon at end of Lake opposite Rainbow LK"

L-R: unknown [possibly Kenny Woods?], Pat Woods; Bob Jardine, unknown, Tom Neiland Jr, Jack Woods."

Bob Jardine with his kill

Two identical prints of Robert Jardine crouched with a deer that he has presumably shot. He is holding a rifle. The annotation on the verso of the first (a) photograph reads: "19th Oct '45, Bob Jardine, Robert L." The verso of the second (b) reads "Fall Season, 1945, Robert Jardine".

Bob Jardine with a large felled tree

Photograph of Robert Jardine standing next to a large felled tree. The inscription on the verso reads "Bob Jardine at Horstman's, Alpha Lake, Hydro right of way log. 1940." The tree, which stood on Harry Horstman's property, was felled by Horstman on the request of the PGE Railway who felt it was in danger of falling on the tracks.

Jardine / Neiland children in Lizzie Neiland's garden

Two identical copies of the a photograph of [from left to right] Jenny Jardine, Flossie the dog, Jack Jardine, Tom Neiland Jr. and Bob Jardine in Lizzie Neiland's garden at 34 1/2 mile [Function Junction area]. The inscription on the back of the first photograph (a) reads "My mums garden, dog and kids, rly in background, 34 1/2 mile House." The inscription on the back of the second photograph (b) reads "my mums garden 34 1/2 mile Ranch, about 1930, dog Flossy, railway track, J. Betts."

Macdonald's House - The Jardine/Neiland family's new house

Photograph of the Neiland/Jardine family in front of their new house at 34 1/2 mile [Function Junction area], formerly J. M. MacDonald's house. From left to right: Thomas Neiland Sr., Jack Jardine, Lizzie Neiland, Bob Jardine, and Jenny Jardine. The inscription on the verso reads "1924, our house at 34 1/2 when we 1st moved down from 35 1/2. House was built by J.M. MacDonald who was a faller and killed at [?] [?] rocks around house [?] [?] fields blasted [?] Rly road."

Neiland / Jardine Family Portrait

Photograph of the Neiland / Jardine family in 1924. From left to right: Jack Jardine, Lizzie Neiland, Jenny Jardine (standing), Thomas Neiland Sr., Thomas Neiland Jr., and Bob Jardine. The handwriting on the verso reads "1924".

Neiland / Jardine family in the garden

Photograph of the Neiland / Jardine family. From left to right: Bob Jardine, Jack Jardine, Tom Neiland Sr., Tom Neiland Jr., and Jenny Jardine. The inscription on the verso reads "Tom Neiland (senior), Janet Jardine, Jack Jardine, Robert Jardine, Tommy Neiland (Jr), about 1924."

The photograph may be a later copy of the original.

Neiland / Jardine kids with cottonwood trees at 34 1/2 Mile

Two identical photographs of (from left to right) Jack Jardine, Tom Neiland Jr., Jenny Jardine, and Bob Jardine with the cottonwood trees they planted near their property at 34 1/2 Mile [Function Junction area]. The handwriting on the reverse of the first photograph (a) reads "The cotton wood trees we planted, Neiland kids, 1920? 34 1.2 PGE." The handwriting on the reverse of the second photograph (b) reads "about 1924, Janet Jardine, Jack Jardine, Robert Jardine, Tommy Neiland (baby), at 34 1/2 mile."

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