Areas of deep mud near shore; visible in frame are remnants of Japanese occupation: telegraph (or power) poles, fire hydrant, defensive fortifications; American warships just offshore and landing craft at beach Photographer's number 5600
Large bulldozer in foreground; debris, supplies, and telegraph (or power) poles in background Note on verso: "Mud was very deep in low spots, but volcanic rock and sandstone more predominate in higher places." Photographer's number 5599
Title taken from album. View of a car ploughing through deep ruts on a muddy road in the vicinity of Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta, with buildings in far left background. 1949. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" x 3".