Inscription in the album says it contains a “pictorial record of my soujourn in Kootenay National Park and on Texada Island and visits elsewhere.” In June 1943, Brown was transferred to serve at a sawmill in Blubber Bay on Texada Island—other objectors worked at the Pacific Lime Company plant. He deserted his service that Christmas, served 30 days in Oakhalla prison, and then returned to service at Kootenay National Park clearing fire trails.
The album contains mostly photographs but concludes with ca. 20 postcards. These collected images, many with captions, depict locations such as Castle Mountain, Simpson Pass, the Alberta-British Columbia border, Banff, Marble Canyon, Golden, Radium, Glacier, Powell River, Revelstoke, Lake Louise, and Hawk Creek. There are also photographs of visits from Brown’s sister and friends.