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15 archival descriptions results for Rifles

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Alex with rifle

Alex Philip with rifle, sitting on snow. Unidentified woman with him.

Bob Jardine with his kill

Two identical copies of the same photograph 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 '43, Bob Jardine, Robert L." The verso of the second (b) reads "Fall Season, 1945, Robert Jardine".

Bob and Jenny Jardine

Photograph of Bob and Jenny Jardine with rifles outside their house. The inscription on the reverse reads "Bob and Jenny Jardine (Betts) in front of our 34 1/2 mile home being added to, "Lilac trees".

Cecil Hutchinson on a glacier

Annotation on the reverse reads "Cecil Hutchinson on glacier up Fitzsimmons Way, 1920 or near." On the front of the photograph is written "Jean".

Cecil was the timekeeper at the construction camp and sawmill. He moved to Alta Lake in 1915.<sup>1<sup>


Woman with ducks and a camouflaged boat at Alta Lake.

Jean, Alex & Beatrice

Jean Tapley, Alex Philip & Beatrice Lennie with Skookum & Kihi on the back porch of Rainbow Lodge. Jean is holding a rifle. Annotation on verso : "On trip to Green Lake / 1916 / Jean T Alex Bea Lennie & Ki - the dog"

Myrtle Philip with a rifle

Myrtle Philip with a rifle and a dog Kiyi<sup>1</sup>, outside Alta Lake post office and store.

"I was going out shooting grouse."<sup>2</sup> -Myrtle Philip

Myrtle and Puppy

Myrtle Philip with a rifle on the porch of the Alta Lake Post Office. The dog Puppy is looking up at her. Inscription on verso : "1915"

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