A black-and-white photo of two horses facing away from a river, having backed a white motorboat on a wooden wagon into the water. One man wearing a hat is holding the horse's reins and facing the camera. Two other men are closer to the foreground, facing the river. They are surrounded by sacks, buckets, boards, and other equipment for the motorboat's launch. The equipment and sacks are resting in the dirt by a wooden rail fence and where the shore slopes down into the river. Another man can be seen to the far right, kneeling in the grass by a small tree. Several wooden boards are on the ground by the tree. Across the river, a barn stands between a tree line and an open field.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "062-03: Motorboat Being Launched into River" (1915). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 221.
F.-33927-16. Launching the motor boat [sic] [motorboat].