Mattie Gunterman Collection

This is a selection of photographs from the Mattie Gunterman Collection. Use the Vancouver Public Library's Historical Photographs search to find more photographs from this collection.

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Description: Henry Gunterman and friend with Canada geese they have shot near Beaton - from 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p. 162.
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Description: Log - snag splits tree. William (Bill) Gunterman sitting on a cedar log which has pierced another log as a result of a snow slide on trail between Beaton and Camborne - Madeline (Mattie) Gunterman standing below. Note on glass negative envelope credited to F. Lade, 'On stage road entrance to Cambourne - snow slide shoved cedar right through tree.' Mattie's writing on negative reads 'Mrs. MG Aug 1901'. The famous Pierced Tree on the Comaplix to Camborne trail -from book 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p.68
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Description: Freese children on highrigger swings - The Guntermans stopped in New Westminster on their way from Seattle to Lardeau -from book 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p.73.
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Description: Entrance to tunnel 4 of the Nettie L. mine in Ferguson with miners and Ann Williams with a snowball - from 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p. 92.
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Description: Group - three Gunterman's on right. Group of Beaton residents, left to right, standing, Hattie Needham, Frank Grandy, Harry Needham, Jim Green, William (Bill) Gunterman, sitting, Mrs. Needham's mother, Mrs. F. Porter, Madeline (Mattie) Gunterman, Henry Gunterman, dog 'Nero' - Frank Porter is identified as Frank Grandy in book 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p.71
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Description: Horse - sleigh - snow. Horses pulling rawhides to the Nettie L. Mine in Ferguson - two women are Ann and Rose Williams, man is Seldon 'Andy' Daney - children (Plate in camera is backwards). Note on glass negative envelope credited to F. Lade, 'Rawhides on the way to Silver Cup Mine - two ladies are Annie and Rosie Williams - plate in camera backwards' Packer Andy Dany raw-hiding supplies to the Nettie L with the help of Anne and Rose Williams, Henry Gunterman (second from right) and some locals in winter 1903 - from 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p.89.
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Description: Malcolm Beaton's ox pulling the 'Beaton Buss', from Beaton to Camborne - mule pulling cart - Henry Gunterman, far left with flag - Malcolm Beaton, kneeling in centre, white shirt - William (Bill).
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Description: Loggers standing on spring boards and on a log being pulled by horses in the Lardeau - Tom Milligan, extreme right. Used for no. 2328. Cedar tree in Fish Creek valley provided a week's work to the hand logging crew - from 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p. 100.
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Description: Mattie and Ann Williams peering through a snow drift covering the Nettie L cookhouse- from 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p. 93.
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Description: Mattie and Henry dressed for a masquerade ball, circa 1907 - from 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p. 138.
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Description: Mattie Gunterman, 3 poses.
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Description: William (Bill), Madeline (Mattie) and son Henry - dog 'Nero'. Note on glass negative envelope credited to F. Lade : 'The Gunterman family crossing Allison Pass' 1898c. The passage took place in 1902 according to the book 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p.73.
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Description: Note on source negative envelope, 'Madeline Gunterman about age 20'.
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Description: Madeline (Mattie) Gunterman wearing ragged clothes and standing beside a horse near Beaton.
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Description: in book 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p.50
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Description: Note on glass negative envelope credited to F. Lade, 'Mattie riding Nellie - the horse that brought them from Seattle - 1898.' circa 1910- from 'Flapjacks and Photographs' by Henri Robideau 1995 p. 156.
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