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Lake Windemere, British Colombia: a Native American baby-carrier attached to the back of a pony. Photograph, 1922.

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580280i
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1 photograph : photoprint ; sheet 11.7 x 16.3 cm

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Illustrated London News, 7th October 1922: "A curious "baby-carriage": a prize-winning travouis at Lake Windemere in British Colombia": the photograph was taken during the celebrations at the recent opening of the David Thompson Memorial Fort at Lake Windemere, British Colombia, and shows the winner of a prize for the best travouis, a primitive type of Indian wheel-less vehicle. The fort was opened and the prizes presented by Lady Margaret Boscawen, sister of Lord Byng, the Governor-General of Canada

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Reference

Wellcome Library no. 580280i

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