Dad’s photo archive: a trip to Gaspé, Quebec

My Dad attended a summer camp — Camp Ironwood — in Harrison, Maine, which apparently took  a driving trip to Gaspé, Quebec

Harrison to Gaspe map

one summer in the (I’m guessing) 1940s.  Here are some of his photos.  Text is from his penciled comments on the back of each.

Dog cart:

PCR-188 dog cart in Gaspe, PQ

Percé Rock:

PCR-197 Perce Rock, Gaspe PQ

PCR-198 Perce Rock, Gaspe PQ

Fishing village:

PCR-202 fishing village

Fishing harbor drying nets:

PCR-219 fishing harbor nets drying

Cartful of dried cod:

PCR-220 cartful of dried cod outside Perce

And of course, Dad himself:

PCR-182

2 thoughts on “Dad’s photo archive: a trip to Gaspé, Quebec

  1. Arthur Weinfeld

    I went on that trip with Matt Warner in 1951 in fact I think that is my profile in the second picture. I don’t remember your dad but at my age I’m not supposed to remember a lot! I wold love to hear from you.

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