Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hall's Homestead
Image of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hall's Homestead located northeast of Marshall. Written on exhibit sheet: "The picture was taken in 1904. Mr. Hall and his help are putting up the hay for the winter. Mr. Hall was a young lad of 22 years when he set out for Canada with the Barr Colonists. His previous occupation had been as a photographer before he took up farming in this 'ne' land. Mrs. Hall was 21 years of age when she came over with her husband."
Lashburn Centennial Museum
1 photograph: b&w print
The Lashburn Centennial Museum grants unlimited access to its materials, as long as it is accredited.
Division 6 - North West
RM of Wilton No. 472