Cooking after a guided fishing trip near Clayton

Cooking a shore dinner near Clayton. The man on the left, who is cooking, is probably the guide; the other man, sitting on the ground, is probably the client. It was—and still is—common practice for fishing guides to cook shore dinners for their clients. July 1914. Clayton, NY. Photo by Im Noe. From the Antique Boat Museum.

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