Caption reads "Uncle Fred Mohr's home in Ottawa". The home was at 540 Acacia Avenue in Rockliffe Park. According to Daniel McLachlin of Texas, Dr. Mohr was a personal physician for Prime Minister Mackenzie King. Dr. Mohr was born at Mohr's Corners, in 1877, and received his early education at Arnprior. He studied at Queen's University and McGill University, where he graduated in medicine in 1905. He started his practice in Ottawa that same year and continued until his retirement in 1951.He was a member of the Masonic Club for 60 years; member of the Rideau Club; past president of both the Canadian Club and the University Club; member of the Royal Ottawa Golf Club and senior elder of Dominion Chalmers United Church. He passed away March 9 1963 and left substantial sums to Carleton University and McGill University for scholarships.
Caption reads "Another View of No. 3 Mill Looking down the lumber conveyor from sorting table. The seven cabins house the electric motors that drive the conveyor. Each drives twenty nine rolss. Lumber moving at the rate of three and a half feet a second takes nearly five minutes to reach the sorting table."
Caption reads "General View of No. 4 Showing the lumber conveyor and a glimpse of the end of No. 4 sorting table. The motor houses in this case are hung under the trestle. the tracks in the foreground leads to the gravel pit where ballast is obtained for the thirty miles of track in the lumber yard."