Chinese Canadian Artifacts Project

Item BARK_1977.0090.0051 - Photograph

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CA Barkerville Historic Town BARK_1977.0090.0051

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Tregillus, Frederick James

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A sepia tone postcard of five men working in a large pit or gulley, behind the men is a long flume or sluice. In the background is a steep rocky hill. In white print at the bottom of the postcard is, "CLEAnING BEDROCK, STOUT'S GULCH, NR. BARKERVILLE, B.C." and "121". Inscription on reverse: "The three white men left to right, J.C. Wintrip, Jim Benfield, Harry Brown (Wm. McKinnon's brother-in -law who committed suicide. My uncle also in this picture

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