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Falls, Johnson Canyon

Caption reads, "Johnson Canyon. A very attractive beauty sport on the Banff-Lake Louise Highway. At the upper end of the canyon this pretty waterfall sparkles in the sunshine and sings most soothingly."

Harmon, Byron, 1876-1934

Marble Canyon, Banff, Windermere Road

Caption reads, "Marble Canyon. Through an abysmal right in the rocks pour the waters of a rushing glacial stream winding, twisting, worming a way to the open valley below. This canyon, thirty-five miles west of Banff, is singularly east of access."

Harmon, Byron, 1876-1934

The Three Sisters

Caption reads, "Three Sisters. One of the most striking and best known groups of mountains visible from the Canadian Pacific Railway. These rocky peaks attain to a height of approximately ninety seven hundred feet above sea level."

Harmon, Byron, 1876-1934

Mt. Lefroy and Lake Louise

Caption reads, "Mount Lefroy. Has an altitude over elven thousand feet. Between it and Mount Victoria (seen through the tree tops) is the noted 'Death Trap,' a narrow defile in Abbot Pass where avalanches thunder at frequent intervals."

Harmon, Byron, 1876-1934

Cathedral Peak, Alt. 10,454 ft.

Caption reads, "Cathedral Peak. Altitude 10, 454 feet. A beautiful outstanding peak, seen from many points. This view was taken from Lake Ohara. Its is also seen to advantage from the motor road to Yoho Valley, also from the train and motor road on Field Hill."

Harmon, Byron, 1876-1934

Snaps Regina Sask. Canada

Album of personal photographs of a woman presumably from Regina, Saskatchewan, which depicts her travels in British Columbia (including the Harrison Hot Springs, Victoria, and Vancouver) and Alberta with some friends.

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

[Photo Album of Unknown Family]

An album of photographs from an unknown family. A few of the photos are identifiably in British Columbia or Alberta, but the location of the rest are unknown. It also includes a poem cut out of a magazine, "Be Here for Me" by Bonnie E. Parker (likely Bonnie Parker of Bonnie and Clyde fame).

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

The Catch

Image of a girl identified as Helen with a fishing pole and a large fish. The top of the album page has "Helen" written at the top.

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

Mt. Aissiniboine, Alt. 11,800 ft.

View of Mount Aissiniboine. A tipi can be seen in the foreground of the photo. Caption reads, "Mount Assiniboine. This is undoubtedly the most imposing mountain in the Canadian Rockies. It is distant some fifty miles south west of the two Banff. At its base lies a lake of marvellous blue; upon its shoulder are draped glaciers and snowfields of incredible death; its summit is elevated high into the clean cold upper air, far above the sea of peaks by which it is surrounded."

Harmon, Byron, 1876-1934

Mount Columbia

Caption reads, " Mt. Columbia. Altitude, 12,000 feet. On the continental divide, 80 miles north of Lake Louise. Waters from the great Columbia Ice Field, 200 square miles of ice, flow into three oceans, the Artic, Pacific, and Atlantic."

Harmon, Byron, 1876-1934

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