A black-and-white photo of two horses pulling a wooden wagon with a motorboat down a dirt road. The horses are accompanied by two men holding the horses' reins. The men walk to the side of the wagon. They both wear hats that shade their eyes from the sun and walk facing the camera. The road has medium-sized, flat rocks mixed into the dirt, as well as leaves and clumps of grass. To the right of the horses, a wooden rail fence lines the road. A log rests at the fence's base. Behind the horse-drawn wagon, the road slopes up into a hill, heavily shaded by trees. The picture was taken in a sunny patch of the road, with the forest behind the subjects.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "062-04: Motorboat Being Transported by Horse" (1915). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 222.
F.-33919-16. Hauling motor boat [sic] [motorboat] to the river.