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Group Photo at Hopewell Lodge

  • CA ASM 2018-03-15/42
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 photograph of a group photo of Hopewell Lodge, with Bert Miner standing third from left. It is said that miner began his guiding career working at Hopewell Lodge.

Jack Storey and Harold Weaver

  • CA ASM 2018-03-15/45
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 photograph of Jack Storey (Guide) in rear boat, and Harold Weaver. Taken just below the Doaktown Bridge. Jack was inducted into the Atlantic Salmon Museum Hall of Fame in 1985.

Meadow Lodge

  • CA ASM 982.31.1
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 photograph of Meadow Lodge owned by Tom Boyd and located near Leadbetter Brook outside of Doaktown. Subjects from left to right: Charles Robinson, his father George Robinson; his grandfather, Melvin Arthur Robinson (1874-1961), and on far right Tom Boyd.

Photograph of Bert Pond

  • CA ASM L986.1.4
  • Item
  • c. 1930

1 photograph of Bert Pond of Ludlow (Guide at Jack Russell's Fishing Camps, Porter Cove). Circa 1930

Photograph of George M. Kopochus

  • CA ASM 984.31.2
  • Item
  • 1967

1 photograph of George M. Kopochus of Hartford, Conn. Holding is 43 lb. salmon caught on the Miramichi River in 1967.

Photograph of Men Standing by Railroad Tracks

  • CA ASM 2018-03-13/37
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 photograph of men (including Bert Miner and Willard McAllistar) standing by railroad tracks near Half Moon Camp. In the early days there were no roads so the men and their equipment (including their canoes) took the train, then sailed the river back to Boiestown.

Photograph of Miramichi Anglers' Association Camp

  • CA ASM 2018-03-12/33
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  • Unknown

1 photograph of Miramichi Anglers' Association Camp (front view) located in MacDonald's Woods, Doaktown. Formerly known as the 'North County Fox Breeder's Ranch', it was built in 1930 by Dr. Freeman MacDonald, a native of Blissfield but, at the time, living in Boston. Sportsmen stayed here during the 1930's.

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