photograph probably given to one of the Newcombe's by
Emily Carr or someone connected with Emily Carr. - per D.S.
photographer:whether Emily Carr actually took the photograph is questionable, Edythe Hembroff-Schleicher (a personal friend of Emily Carr) contends that Miss Carr had no interest in amateur photography
NOTE:EASEL TO THE RIGHT OF PHOTOGRAPH
SEE PHOTO CATALOGUE FOR MORE INFORMATION
date:prior to 1921 - (probably) - this photograph was probably taken at the same time as PN2240 - also taken at Tsadsisnukwomi - the intials "M.E.C." were written on the reverse of a print in file envelope PN2240 - since both negatives PN2807 and PN2240 are the same size and
type and both were taken at the same location - I attribute them to the same
PAINTING DONE BY MISS CARR -#44 - IN VANCOUVER ART GALLERY CATALOGUE ON EMILY CARR IS DATED CIRCA 1912