During prospecting of the Wonder district in Spring 1907, the camp of Victor was formed at its western edge near the Spider and Wasp mines. Before long, the camp had a boarding house, post office, and saloons, and four mines nearby were actively producing gold. Victor was a tent camp of around 60, and there were only three women (all married). By Fall of the following year, most work in Victor ended and the camp was forgotten.

I Visited Victor