Black and white view of a woman on a horse, posed in front of a log cabin. A banner near the cabin advertises a restaurant. A wall tent is partially visible. Several anvils and other equipment are visible in the foreground.
Inscription recto: ... at Log Cabin July 3 1898 Her home for a few months. [Note the original photograph was torn which has obscured the inscription].
Inscription verso: Mrs. Bert Hartshorn (Florence) 1898 at Log Cabin (from her daughters album Mrs. Chris Gloslie New Westminster, B.C. in 1979, Hazel Gloslie is one of only 3 or 4 pre 1900 Yukoners still living, according to a study by Mr. Hutchings, Pres. Yukoners Association". "At Log Cabin July 3, 1898 her home for a few months then lived at Atlin, Carcross, Whitehorse, Bennett." "Florence Hartshorn born Dec. 30 1869, near Dundee Mich, died Oct, 1943".