Fort La Cloche, the back of the postcard says "1920. In the canoe Lil Campbell and her friend "The Banker"  - H. Cummings postcard

The Barren Island
Boats at Barren Island 1928 - Roger Hannah
Barren Island Fish Depot - Roger Hannah
George Hannah's boat in the North Channel 1927 - Roger Hannah

Wallace Mine, Whitefish Falls Area, Sudbury District, Ontario, Canada

First reported occurrence of nickel in Canada. Was opened as a copper mine in 1847 but closed in 1848. There is a shaft and trench on the property.

Moredolphton Lodge
Moredolphton Lodge
Moredolphton Lodge
Moredolphton Lodge
Camp Manitou 1930s - Rockwood Collection
Camp Manitou 1930s - Rockwood Collection
Ernie Spry's 'Kayak' (Ernie Spry with pole) circa 1947 Timkin's Bay - John & Sissy Nichols
Stump & Spry's Cabin on Teepee (Pig) Island circa 1945 - John & Sissy Nichols
McMillan Gold Mine -Gold was found on the property in the 1920’s followed by the development of an 875-foot vertical shaft and a 125-ton per day mill. It operated until 1937 and produced 60,000 tons of gold ore at a recovered grade of 0.18 ounces per ton for 10,800 ounces of gold.
The yacht Topaz at Barren Island during prohibition in the USA...Barren Island was fondly called 'Barrel Island'
Fort lacloche 1890s
lacloche lake -1946
lacloche lake -1946

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