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"A Bad Piece of Road"

Travelling over a poorly constructed portion of the Long Trail. The photograph is from Nurses Baird and Drynan's book of poetry, "Meditations While Migrating", on their trip from Grande Prairie to Edmonton.

"Cracker Jack" Feed and Livery Barn

A group of men, horses and a sleigh in front of "Lloyd & Son Feed & Livery Transfer & Storage". E.J. Holtom was the proprietor of the "Cracker Jack" feed, livery, and transfer barn in Edson, Alberta, the beginning of the Edson Trail.

A Good Sheltered Spot to Camp

A good sheltered spot to camp. Horses are eating in the background. Front row left to right: Clyde, Mary, Mason and Mae; back row: Lea, Eunice, Rachel and Lloyd.

A New Plymouth Automobile

Chryslar representative showing a new Plymouth to Robert Millar, owner of the Plymouth-Chrysler dealership in Grande Prairie.

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