Photostory #91: New Look for Juniper Roots: Alberta's Rancher-Sculptor
National Film Board of Canada
February 5, 1957
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
From the clay hills back of his ranchhouse, Hodgson looks down over his 2600-acre ranch near Dorothy, Alberta on the Red Deer River. Sage and cactus stud the slopes; cottonwoods fringe the riverbank. Hodgson came to Canada from England when he was 15, worked as a trick-rider in wild west shows before settling down to the life of a rancher-sculptor.