Here is an amazing piece of hunting history. This fully packed photo album documents a moose hunting expedition that took place from October 5th to October 20th of 1919 in Temagami, Ontario, Canada. The hunting party is identified as N.E. Parish, P.P. Parish, and W.M. Bertolet, guided by Donald McKenzy, Tom Petrant, and Albert Roy. The photos were likely taken by someone with experience in photography, as the composition and control of focus in them is quite good. The album contains 86 photographs across 46 pages. The photographs depicts various scenes from the expedition, including trains, boats, landscapes, many photos of the campsites, weapons, trees, nature, water, hunted animals, and much more. The album offers an intimate look into this adventure and into the past.
The photographs measure 5.5 x 3.25 inches, and the album is 8" x 5.5" x 1.5".