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Image of 940 - Hains Memorial, on hill overlooking Smoke Lake.

940 - Hains Memorial, on hill overlooking Smoke Lake.

The Douglas McDonald Hains Memorial on the Hardwood Lookout Trail overlooking Smoke Lake.

Image of 941 - Hains Memorial, on hill overlooking Smoke Lake, 1960.

941 - Hains Memorial, on hill overlooking Smoke Lake, 1960.

The plaque for the Douglas McDonald Hains memorial.

Image of 4789 - Trail from Joe Lake to Canoe Lake

4789 - Trail from Joe Lake to Canoe Lake

Trail from Joe Lake to Canoe Lake, Taylor Statten in the lead, 1920

Image of 4822 - Park visitors having a picnic at the end of 'Beaver Pond Trail'

4822 - Park visitors having a picnic at the end of 'Beaver Pond Trail'

Park visitors having a picnic at the end of 'Beaver Pond Trail'. L. to R. Mary Markworth, Emma Unger and Ken Unger. This is not the current Beaver Pond Interpretative Trail.

Image of 5077 - The trail from Hotel Algonquin to Joe Lake Station

5077 - The trail from Hotel Algonquin to Joe Lake Station

The trail from Hotel Algonquin to Joe Lake Station

Image of 5182 - Sign, "Deer Lake Nature Trail"

5182 - Sign, "Deer Lake Nature Trail"

Sign, "Deer Lake Nature Trail", 1951; located at mile 11. The visitor register can be seen in the background.

Image of 5183 - Unidentified person signing the visitor register on the Deer Lake Trail.

5183 - Unidentified person signing the visitor register on the Deer Lake Trail.

Unidentified person signing the visitor register on the Deer Lake Trail, c. 1951. Hwy. #60 is visible in the background.

Image of 5184 - Visitor register and sign on the Deer Lake Nature Trail, c. 1951.

5184 - Visitor register and sign on the Deer Lake Nature Trail, c. 1951.

Visitor register and sign on the Deer Lake Nature Trail, c. 1951. Sign reads - HIKERS Please sign the trail register and add constructive remarks and criticism. Do not injure or destroy the plants and trees. If you need specimens go well off the trail for them. Do not litter the trail with waster paper, ect...Be careful with matches, cigarettes and hot pipe ashes. You can buy fire insurance - the forest and wildlife depends upon you to PREVENT FOREST FIRES.

Image of 5832 - girls from Camp Tanamakoon on portage trail

5832 - girls from Camp Tanamakoon on portage trail

Girls from Camp Tanamakoon, and one of their male guides, on a portage trail

Image of 5921 - Along the portage

5921 - Along the portage

Along the portage, c. 1896

Image of 5940 - Deer Lake Trail (Hardwood Hill)

5940 - Deer Lake Trail (Hardwood Hill)

Deer Lake Trail (Hardwood Hill), km 16.7, 1958.

Image of 6657 - Brent Lumber Company, Camp No. 5

6657 - Brent Lumber Company, Camp No. 5

"View from the trail over the old lumber camp towards the lake."