Memoirs of O.H. Bruning entitled The life of an illiterate pioneer, printed and published by the New Times Book Service, Regina, Saskatchewan. Bruning operated a repair shop in Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Inglis Livery on South Main Street, Moosomin. Sign above door reads: "D.H. McCallum Livery Feed & Sale Stable". Team and wagon owned by Amos Kinsey in foreground; and closer view of stable with men on a horse-drawn wagon loaded with bags.
Two men seen gathering buffalo chips for fuel. One of the men is leading the horse which is pulling a Red River cart while the other man is picking up the chips with a pitch fork and loading them onto the cart.