The Flint daughters traveled to Lower Beaverlodge school with pony and cart in the summer, and horse and cutter in the winter. Here, neighbour Helen Stegmeir is in the cutter.
Working in Toronto
After graduating from Alberta College in Edmonton, Beth worked in Toronto at Dearborn Chemical Co. Ltd., Goodwin Harris Co. Ltd., and the Royal Muskoka Hotel near Rosseau, Ontario.
First Farm Home
Beth and Everett with their first car (a Coupe) in the yard of their first farm home southeast of Clairmont.
Street Full of Chevys
Six Chevy automobiles parked in front of a building with a false front on the main street of Grande Prairie.
Frank Donald & Car
Frank Donald in his automobile with driving goggles. Mr. Donald was notorious for "racing" his automobile from Grande Prairie to other communities in the south Peace.
Old Ferry At Goodwin Crossing
Three automobiles and two large trucks are waiting at Moodie's Crossing. The ferry is in the middle of the river. On the other side are visible another road and several buildings.
Opening of Smoky River Bridge
Sexsmith Parade Float advertising the grain capital of the British Empire during the opening of the Smoky River Bridge.