Murray Harbour Collection

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Fishing- Looking for Supper?
Fishing- Looking for Supper?
From left to right are Vere Richards, Elmer Stewart, and Milton White cleaning the days catch. An unknown child looks on.
Fishing- Machons Point
Fishing- Machons Point
Charles and Elsie Collier and Leo Bowdridge clean fish in Machons Point.
Fishing- Men (and Woman) at Work
Fishing- Men (and Woman) at Work
Lawrence Williams, Vere Richards, Hazel Richards, and Sandy Williams clean the catch.
Fishing- On the Rocks
Fishing- On the Rocks
A smashed up boat on the shore.
Fishing- The Birds
Fishing- The Birds
Seagulls flock around Beach Point, hoping to get some of the fish offal that's tossed out by the men as they clean the fish.
Fishing- The Shelley Lynn
Fishing- The Shelley Lynn
Howard Jackson's boat the Shelley Lynn, with Howard Jackson, Wallace White, and Hughie Jackson.
Fishing- The Zest
Fishing- The Zest
Charles Collier in his fishing boat the Zest.
Fishing- Unknown Boys
Fishing- Unknown Boys
Two unknown boys hang out in a boat onshore- perhaps in Beach Point?
Fishing- Unknown Men
Fishing- Unknown Men
Unknown men out on the boat.
Fred Lelacheur's Homestead
Fred Lelacheur's Homestead
The home of Fred W. Lelacheur of Murray Harbour.
Gillis Homestead
Gillis Homestead
The home of Hector and Mary Gillis was built in High Bank in 1902. They moved in when daughter Marion was three years old. Marion and her husband, Jack MacDonald, moved the house to the Cape Bear Road in 1946.
Hewitt's Lobster Factory
Hewitt's Lobster Factory
Hewitt's lobster factory in the 1920's. Jim Hewitt operated a lobster factory in Gaspereaux in the 20's and 30's.

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