Scratchboard depiction of a deserted lumber camp whose structures are falling apart, with three low buildings or sheds that have lost most of their roofs and some of their walls. In the foreground, two axes are stuck into a tree stump. A pole and a broken box lean against the stump.
Scratchboard illustration of the plant "Androsace septentrionalis." Illustration was used in the book "As Far as the Yukon" by Florence Page Jaques (1951), page 151. There is a small illustration of a crow [?] on a branch in upper left of this board. This bird does not appear in the final book illustration.
Scratchboard illustration depicting a black duck taking off from a northwoods pond. Water droplets visible dripping from duck's tail and extended foot. Conifers, some almost bare in background. Reedy grasses surround dark pond which shows ripples.