Shows southern Ontario, northern New York State, parts of Vermont and Michigan, but Quebec is left blank (except for the Montreal area). Does not show Northern Ontario beyond the line North Bay - Sudbury - Sault Ste. Marie. Many ads.
advertisements of back side and part of front side
Shows brooks and types and quality of tree stands. Added markings by the timber cruiser. This map was actually used by the cruiser (Leo Wittgenstein's Cruise Lines) out in the field in 1958. Around Collins, Glasford, and Maxime Lakes.
Shows brooks and types and quality of tree stands. Added pencil notes and red crayon. Shows Gillies townsite; sawmill, lumberyard, railway spurline, and logging camps on Cassels Lake. Also Net and Obashkong Lakes. A colour guide without colour
Canada Department of mines & technical surveys, Geological Survey of Canada
Size: 64 x 46
Scope and Content
Area covers northwest area of McNab Township (White Lake, Glasgow, Lochwinnoch, Burnstown), Bagot, Admaston, Horton, and a few other townships. Detailed magnetic data of the area. Waterways, highways, villages and railways are shown.
Surveys in collaboration of Royal Canadian Air Force. Flights made through the courtesy of the Flight Research Section, National Research Council, Arnprior.
Photograph from "Life in the Lumbercamps of McLachlin Brothers Arnprior, Ontario" by Charles Macnamara. Photograph shows an alligator tug near Arnprior. Men aboard are George H. Johnson, Alex Dechene and Joe Dechene (maybe).
Photocopy of the original manuscript is available in the Reading Room.
Photo of McLachin Bros. alligator tugs from the manuscript that Macnamara wrote, "Life in the Lumbercamps of McLachlin Brothers Arnprior, Ontario." Caption reads, "One of the alligator tugs in the boom at Arnprior. Men are George H. Johnson, Alex Dechene and (I think) Joe Dechene." The tug is the Amable du Fond.