Smogihlgim Leonard George, Mit Joshua Holland, Tsebasa Mary George, [Gisdewe Alfred Joseph?], and [?] in ceremonial regalia, performing at the Carrier Clan gathering, May 1977 at Kiniknik Park, Telkwa, B.C.
Written on the back of the photograph: "Fall of 1908 (I took the picture - Kt O'Neill). Now 1973 - where river boat tied up is is [sic] now "Cedervale" -- was where the [Rob?] Tomlinson had his Sawmill. The S.S. Craigflower from The "Gorge" Victoria -- on Skeena R. at Meanskinisht -- Capt. Roy Troupe & wife. Note ice on river edge. Only gal as far as -- just below Kitwanga --."
Arthur Shelford emigrated to Canada in 1908 and settled at Ootsa Lake, working as a farmer. Shelford served overseas in World War I and, afterwards, returned to his farm at Ootsa Lake. He retired to Victoria, B.C., in 1966.