Getting ready to stock fish in Inlet

Pictured from left to right are: Merle Phoenix (the pilot, flying a Stinson Seaplane), Bob Charbaneau, and Howard Annin (who organized the project for the Rap-Shaw Hunting and Fishing Club). The men are posed in front of the prop plane and next to a Diamond T truck. The milk cans were being used to transport fish fingerlings to remote areas. The fish were supplied by the NYS Conservation Department. 1932. Next to the Wood Hotel in Inlet, NY. Stamped on the back of the photo is: Phoenix Adirondack Flights, Inlet. N. Y.

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