Photograph of Henry Butti with dog, Edmonton, 1923 - en anglais seulement

Black and white photograph of Henry Butti with a black dog in Edmonton, 1923.

The scene shows a winter outdoors scene with tall trees covered with snow. Henry is wearing a newspaper boy cap with a dark coloured outfit. The big dog is leaning up against Henry. Henry is laughing and looking straight at the camera. The background shows a house in the far background and more trees.

In 1917, Henry and his family moved to Canada to join his father Peter Butti.  When World War II broke out, Henry and his wife, Myra, were designated as enemy aliens; they were required to report monthly to the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police).