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 --."
Dates based on Madison Plow Company operations, as per http://www.historicmadison.org/Madison%27s%20Past/Places/Walking%20Tours/IndustrialTour2.html (accessed November 2017).
Metal wrench. One end has one head that is 2.8cm wide, the other end has two heads, each approximately 2cm wide. "G70" stamped on one side.
History Of Use
G70 wrench is listed in Madison Plow Company for their wood and steel frame transplanters, cultivators, planters, and disc harrows. It is only one of two wrenches that have been attributed to the Madison Plow Company. (Source: http://www.wrenchingnews.com/sell-page/sell.html, accessed November 2017).