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Image No: NA-2696-4

Title: Eastern face of Mount Robson, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1912]

Photographer/Illustrator: Harmon, Byron, Banff, Alberta

Subject(s): Banff, Alberta - Views / Banff, Alberta - Mountains / Rocky mountains

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Image No: NA-2696-5

Title: Alpinists climbing rocky face in Rocky Mountains.

Date: [ca. 1912]

Photographer/Illustrator: Harmon, Byron, Banff, Alberta

Remarks: L-R: Basil S. Darling; Albert H. MacCarthy; Conrad Kain.
Conrad Kain was an Austrian who guided mountain climbers.

Subject(s): Rocky Mountains / Austrians in Alberta / Mountaineering guides / Mountaineering / Mountaineers

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Image No: NA-2696-6

Title: Alpinists looking at crevasse on Robson glacier, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1912]

Photographer/Illustrator: Harmon, Byron, Banff, Alberta

Subject(s): Mount Robson, British Columbia - Views / Mountaineering guides / Mountaineering / Mountaineers / Glaciers / Ice

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Image No: PA-3968-1

Title: Hal Bennett crossing a stream on a log, Mount Moloch area, northern Selkirk Mountains, British Columbia.

Date: 1912

Photographer/Illustrator: Wallace, Paul, Toronto, Ontario

Remarks: About 50 km northeast of Revelstoke, British Columbia.
Annotated: "The stream by the camp. Hal tries again".
Harold Bennett was later Dean of Victoria University and first President of Laurentian University.

Subject(s): Mountaineering / Mountaineers / Rocky Mountains / Creeks / Alpine Club of Canada

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Image No: PA-3968-2

Title: Mr. Sissons climbing Mount Moloch, northern Selkirk Mountains, British Columbia.

Date: 1912

Photographer/Illustrator: Wallace, Paul, Toronto, Ontario

Remarks: About 50 km northeast of Revelstoke, British Columbia.
Annotated: "The Ridge".

Subject(s): Mountaineering / Mountaineers / Rocky Mountains / Alpine Club of Canada

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Image No: PA-3968-4

Title: Waterfall, Selkirk Mountains, British Columbia.

Date: 1912

Photographer/Illustrator: Wallace, Paul, Toronto, Ontario

Remarks: Revelstoke area, British Columbia.
Annotated: "Up the Waverley Road. The Fan Falls".

Subject(s): Waterfalls / Rocky Mountains / Alpine Club of Canada

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Image No: PA-3968-5

Title: The north fork of the Illecillewaet River, Selkirk Mountains, British Columbia.

Date: 1912

Photographer/Illustrator: Wallace, Paul, Toronto, Ontario

Remarks: Revelstoke area, British Columbia.
Annotated: "Up the Waverley Road".

Subject(s): Rivers / Rapids / Rocky Mountains / Bridges / Alpine Club of Canada

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Image No: PA-3968-6

Title: Men with mountain climbing ropes and equipment in front of a building in the forest, Selkirk Mountains, British Columbia.

Date: 1912

Photographer/Illustrator: Wallace, Paul, Toronto, Ontario

Remarks: Revelstoke area, British Columbia.
Annotated: "Up the Waverley Road. The Klondike".
"Hotel" sign on wooden building.

Subject(s): Mountaineering / Mountaineers / Rocky Mountains / Buildings / Hotels / Alpine Club of Canada

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Image No: PA-3968-7

Title: Mountain climbers, including Mr. Sissons, Miss Hume, and Mr. McDougal, at the summit of Storm Mountain, British Columbia.

Date: 1912

Photographer/Illustrator: Wallace, Paul, Toronto, Ontario

Remarks: Storm Mountain is located near the Vermilion Pass, Continental Divide, on the border of Alberta and British Columbia. Mount Ball in the background.

Subject(s): Mountaineering / Mountaineers / Rocky Mountains / Alpine Club of Canada

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Image No: PA-3968-8

Title: Mountain climbers, including Mr. Sissons, Miss Hume, and Mr. McDougal, climbing Storm Mountain, British Columbia.

Date: 1912

Photographer/Illustrator: Wallace, Paul, Toronto, Ontario

Remarks: Storm Mountain is located near the Vermilion Pass, Continental Divide, on the border of Alberta and British Columbia.

Subject(s): Mountaineering / Mountaineers / Rocky Mountains / Alpine Club of Canada

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