Teamster and Cook with a Catch of Goldeyes. In the black-and-white photo, two men stand in the dinghy floating on the river with a stringer of Goldeye fish. Both of men wear fedoras, shirts, and trousers, and the man on the left has put his right foot on the gunwale while the man on the right stands straight with a tobacco pipe in his mouth and a belt on his trousers. A flagpole with a flag is located on board the scow behind the dinghy. A bucket stands next to the flagpole. A tree line on a riverbank is on the right side of the photo. A simple tent which seems to be made by white cloth shows in the photo behind the men and is on board the scow.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "071-04: Teamster and Cook with a Catch of Goldeyes" (1916). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 269.
35104-16. My teamster and cook with a nice catch of Goldeyes.