|<-- See earlier|
||Grand Falls, the Harmsworth's pulp and paper mills
||McCoy's Timber mill, Bonne Bay
||Bay of Islands, West Coast
||Curious tree formation, Codroy
||Gypsum cliffs and railway bridge, Fischells
||Little River, Codroy, a fertile spot
||A sportsman's camp in the interior of Newfoundland ('Norton's Camp, Goose Brook' written on negative)
||A remarkable photo, salmon leaping falls, Upper Humber
||The tourists near Howley, Colonel Kuser's camp
||Caribou Hunters; 'There he goes'
||Fine Stag, a three year old
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Views in Newfoundland, 1899-1911
||Ready for markets abroad, fish pressed in casks
||1899–1911 (The date is approximate.)
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201 x 151 mm. Showing moored fishing vessels loaded with barrels of fish for export.
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