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"Chelohsin", Union Steamship Company

Photograph depicts "Chelohsin", part of the Union Steamship Co. Ltd. fleet.

High contrast shot of one stack steamship; one mast at either end of ship; "CHELOHSIN" on starboard-side of ship; tugboat and mountains in background.

"Lady Alexandra" and "Lady Pam", Union Steampship Company

Photograph depicts "Lady Alexandra" and "Lady Pam", part of the Union Steamship Co. Ltd. fleet.

Badly dust-marked and scratched image of two steamers, one with two stacks (left), the other with one (right); nautical flags on two stack ship; ship name partially visible on stern of ship on left.

'Black Tusk' Garibaldi Park, B.C.

Photograph depicts Black Tusk, a volcanic pinnacle on a mountain in Garibaldi Provincial Park, British Columbia. The volcano is a part of the Garibaldi Volcanic Belt.

Rock and foliage extending into small area of lake; forested area in background, culminated in dark, blunt, plateaued peak in top centre of image.

'Black Tusk' Garibaldi Park, B.C.

Photograph depicts "Black Tusk", a volcanic pinnacle on a mountain, in Garibaldi Park. The volcano is a part of the Garibaldi Volcanic Belt.

Rock and foliage extending into small area of lake; forested area in background, culminated in dark, blunt, plateaued peak in top left of image.

Abbott [sic] Pass

Photograph depicts Abbot Pass. Abbot Pass is a col in the Continental Divide between Banff and Yoho National Parks. It is located at an altitude of 2,925 metres (9,598 feet) and about 1,372 metres (4,500 feet) above Lake Louise. Abbot Pass was named in honour of Philip Stanley Abbot, who became the first mountaineering fatality in the Canadian Rockies when he fell to his death in 1896 while attempting to climb Mount Lefroy.

Landscape shows difficult, rocky mountain terrain with partial snow cover.

Abbott [sic] Pass

Photograph depicts Abbot Pass. Abbot Pass is a col in the Continental Divide between Banff and Yoho National Parks. It is located at an altitude of 2,925 metres (9,598 feet) and about 1,372 metres (4,500 feet) above Lake Louise. Abbot Pass was named in honour of Philip Stanley Abbot, who became the first mountaineering fatality in the Canadian Rockies when he fell to his death in 1896 while attempting to climb Mount Lefroy.

Landscape shows difficult, rocky mountain terrain with partial snow cover and small lake in bottom right corner.

Anderson Lake from Pacific Great Eastern Railway

Photograph depicts Anderson Lake, on the Pacific Great Eastern Railway. Anderson Lake is located approximately 25 miles west of Lillooet, British Columbia. It is fed by the Gates River and drained by the Seton River.

Small waves in foreground of image; rocky shoreline cutting into lake on right side of image; mountains in middle of image; light and dark clouds in top of image; label in bottom right corner reads "Anderson Lake P.G.E.RY. B.C."

Anderson Lake from Pacific Great Eastern Railway, British Columbia

Photograph depicts Anderson Lake, on the Pacific Great Eastern Railway. Anderson Lake is located approximately 25 miles west of Lillooet, British Columbia. It is fed by the Gates river and drained by the Seton River.

Placid water surface; mountains fading into shoreline on either side of image; wooden dock-like structure in bottom left of image; shrubbery and trees around shore in foreground; low cloud around mountains.

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