In the late 1930s, a young lab technician and photography enthusiast named Leonard Willing arrived in boom-town Yellowknife. Over the next decade and a half, he took hundreds of photos, which together paint an intimate and enduring portrait of life and work during the town's gold rush days. You can read more about Willing in the first series of his photos we published last month. Here, back by popular demand, some more of our favourites. Much thanks to Glenn Willing, Leonard's nephew, who rediscovered the photos decades after his uncle left Yellowknife and has given EDGE permission to publish them. Again, little is known about the identities of many of the people seen here. If you recognize anyone, or can fill us in on the backstories of some of these striking images, please let us know.