Dorothy Molter in her nurses uniform standing next to a man wearing a cap. They are standing in a yard. Written on the reverse of the image: "Dorothy at the Kankakee State Hospital with an alcoholic patient who tended the lawn and flowers."
Dorothy Molter and two men at a table in the Winter Cabin, located on Isle of Pines in Knife Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. One of the men is drawing a picture of a Canada Jay, which is laying before him on the table. The Winter Cabin was built in mid 1920s by the orignal owner of the resort. Dorothy used the Winter Cabin as her seasonal winter home and rented it in the summer to paying guests or used it to house family and friends. The Winter Cabin was disassembled in 1987 and is on site at the Dorothy Molter Museum.
Dorothy Molter with dark hair pulled back wearing a long-sleeved shirt with dark pants and suspenders. Dorothy is standing near a sign advertising the Kawishiwi Outfitting Camp, a Hibbard's Lodge sign and a Kawishiwi State Camp Ground sign.
Dorothy Molter handling a handcrafted Faberge-inspired egg. During the shoulder seasons of fall and spring Dorothy was known to pass time by crafting Faberge-inspired eggs with detailed interior dioramas.