This black-and-white photograph depicts men flipping the completed scow right side up. Five men are shown in this photo, all standing in front of or near the completed scow. The raft, or scow, is shown being held up by supports while the men pose. Two wooden sawhorses stand in front of the scow. In the background of the picture are trees (left), a railroad bridge (left), and the Red Deer River (right). Two of the five men are looking directly at the camera; the other three are either looking at the scow or at each other. All are wearing hats, and one man smokes a pipe. Scattered around the site are piles of leftover wood that can be seen in other photos of the completed campsite.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "061-03: Completed standing scow on its edge" (1915). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 216.
35083-16. Scow on edge being turned right side up.