Subsequent pages seem to consist of photos of friends and/or relatives of the album's owner and range from Ontario and Winnipeg to Nova Scotia, with one photo seeming to be of a mountain town (in Alberta or BC? Photos of aircraft with the following registration numbers were taken at Cassumit Lake: Donnie Baird; Briden; Nancy & Brian Buckles or Bucklis or Buckus; the Cassidy Children; Peter & David Chillas; Allyn, Nancy & Tommy Clarke; Connors; Mary Cooks; Ann Cooks; Jane Dewar & sister; May de Witt; Mrs Gaudore or Gadaure; the Goddards; Janet Goodman; Heather Jakeman; Mrs Matthews; Miss Mc Alpine; Mary Mc Donald; Miss Mc Millan; Peter Mc Peak; Keltie Munroe; Miss Penton; Eleanor Perkins; Charlie Putnam; Belle Roberts; Carol Simm; Bill Smitheringale; Frankie Stanley; Tyrrell; Patsy Webster; Williams; Peter, Grace & Charlotte Woodbury. He teaches at university level, invented a technology, started a company and sold it. since I first posted these photos I've moved twice, and the photos have ended up in one of 200-plus boxes of books in storage.So although my intentions are in the right place, the photos aren't."It was purely making music for music's sake," he says, calling from his home in Nashville."I really trusted my gut."Those sessions resulted in his first solo album, "The Driver," released in early February on Capitol Nashville.
The photos span about 15 years -- the first 30 pages were taken at Cassumit Lake (about 120 km north-west of Red Lake) in northern Ontario, and record the construction of one or more mines there and the transfer of heavy equipment to them by aircraft.
In 1884, Radbourn became only the second National League (NL) pitcher to win a Triple Crown; in the process, he broke the single-season wins record, which still stands today.
Radbourn was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1939.
Born in New York and raised in Illinois, Radbourn played semi-professional and minor league baseball before making his major league debut for the Buffalo Bisons in 1880.
After a one-year stint with the club, Radbourn joined the Providence Grays, leading the team to an 1884 World Series championship.