Arrival at Island Lodge on Lake Archibald | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Photograph

Arrival at Island Lodge on Lake Archibald

Arrival at Island Lodge on Lake Archibald | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
A group of Holt family members and guests is arriving at the Island on Archibald Lake, with lumberjacks from Holt Lumber Company rowing the boats. The man standing on the pier is holding an instrument case. Caption reads: "Arrival at Island Lodge, Aug 24, 1898." Names of family and guests listed below the photograph, not in order, are: Annie McClure, Nathan Swift, Arthur Blackler, I.P. Rumsey, James McClure, Bess Swift, Bertha Durand, Mary Jackson, Dr. James McClure, Edith Platt, and Wallace Rumsey.
DESCRIPTION
A group of Holt family members and guests is arriving at the Island on Archibald Lake, with lumberjacks from Holt Lumber Company rowing the boats. The man standing on the pier is holding an instrument case. Caption reads: "Arrival at Island Lodge, Aug 24, 1898." Names of family and guests listed below the photograph, not in order, are: Annie McClure, Nathan Swift, Arthur Blackler, I.P. Rumsey, James McClure, Bess Swift, Bertha Durand, Mary Jackson, Dr. James McClure, Edith Platt, and Wallace Rumsey.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:137490
Creation Date: August 24 1898
Creator Name:Holt, Lucy
City:Townsend, Town of
County:Oconto
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Lucy Holt photo albums, 1895-1936
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:M2018-012, Album 1
Original Dimensions:4 x 3.125 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Image out of focus. Dr. James Gore King McClure was pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Lake Forest, IL from 1881 until 1905. He served as President of McCormick Theological Seminary from 1905 until 1927. Dr. McClure was President of Lake Forest University from 1897 until 1901 and served as Trustee of Lake Forest University from 1889 to 1923. Siblings Nathan and Bess Swift were probably members of the Swift & Co. family in Lake Forest, IL. Arthur Blackler graduated from Lake Forest Academy in 1900. In January 2018, Sharon Ann Holt said that Holt Lumber Company lumberjacks rowed the boats from Apple Tree Landing to the Island.
SUBJECTS
Musical instruments
Forests and forestry
Clothing and dress
Coats
Hats
Islands
Men
Outdoor photography
Women
Boats and boating
Lakes
Shorelines

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