Manipulated Photo of Trout from Basswood Lake, circa 1935
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
A manipulated black and white photo which prominently features a woman with a fishing rod and a large trout.
This photo is actually three photos combined. These photos have been superimposed over each other, as a way of showing off the 'huge' size of the fish in the photograph.

The woman in the foreground being the first photo, the second being the two men sitting on a rock, and the third photo is the trees and water in the background.
Notes
"Trout 18 lb Thessalon Ont" has been written on the fish in the photo. Additional, notes indicate that this fish was caught in Basswood Lake north of Thessalon.

The woman in the photograph is Mrs. E. C. Bridge (formerly Ethyl Myers). Ethyl was married to Ted Bridge. Her father worked for CPR and she had two brothers, a sister, and was related to Henry Myers.
Date of Original
circa 1935
Dimensions
Width: 8 in
Height: 10 in
Subject(s)
Collection
Local History
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 48.08309 Longitude: -91.58354
Creative Commons licence
by-nc [more details]
Copyright Statement
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Thessalon Union Public Library
Email:thessalonlib@hotmail.com
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

187 Main St. Box 549

Thessalon, ON P0R 1L0

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Manipulated Photo of Trout from Basswood Lake, circa 1935


A manipulated black and white photo which prominently features a woman with a fishing rod and a large trout.
This photo is actually three photos combined. These photos have been superimposed over each other, as a way of showing off the 'huge' size of the fish in the photograph.

The woman in the foreground being the first photo, the second being the two men sitting on a rock, and the third photo is the trees and water in the background.