A black and white photograph of a motorboat pulling the scow. One man can be seen in the motorboat toward the front. He is identified as Charlie (Mortram Sternberg). The motorboat is white, and a flag is visible on the back end of it. Three men are standing on the scow, and a small boat is tied behind. They are identified as Lawrence M. Lambe, Charles H. Sternberg and Levi Sternberg. A large sedimentary outcropping is on the far side of the river. To the right of the scow, a pile of sticks and branches are floating in the water. A few ripples can be seen in the water, but it is mostly calm.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "013-02: Scow Pulled by Motorboat 2" (1913). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 42.
Same as above Charlie in motorboat L. M. Lambe, C.H.S., and Levi on the scow. (25437 Oct. 28-13) G.F.S.