Hunting

Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40804

B&W photograph depicts three men and three dogs posing beside three dead cougars.

Image is similar to LF.40564, LF. 40801, LF.40802, and LF.40803. Piece of paper separating LF.40801 and LF.40802 reads, "Cougars - Van Is."

Date: 
[1894 - 1925]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40779

B&W photograph depicts a man standing in front of trees with a dead cougar or mountain lion at his feet. A dog is sitting on his other side but is cut off because of the broken negative.
 

Date: 
[1894 - 1925]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40769

B&W photograph depicts ducks hanging up by their bills on a string, with a dirt road and fence in the background.
 

Date: 
[1894 - 1920]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40561

B&W photograph a man, Mr. Cluny C. Luke, standing in the doorway of a canvas tent with multiple sets of antlers in front of him.
 

Date: 
[1910]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40558

B&W photograph depicts a man, Mr. Cluny. C. Luke, posing with a dead moose in a field. Horses are visible in the background.

Date: 
[1910]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40553

B&W photograph depicts a woman standing with two men. They are posing with antlers and there is a dog and canvas tents in the background.

Hand written caption on bottom of lantern slide reads, "Lukes Camp" refering to Cluny. C. Luke whose wife is depicted in the photograph and the photographs following this.

Date: 
[1910]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40563

B&W photograph a man posing beside dead bears on a rocky area.
 

Date: 
[1894 - 1925]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40556

B&W photograph depicts a woman, Mrs. Luke, posing with a dead caribou and a gun in a field.

Date: 
[ca. 1910]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
LF.40079

B&W photograph depicts men standing in a clear cut area.

Date: 
[1906]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara