Series 2000.19.3 - 17x British Columbia 1928 Photograph Album

Tree clawed by bear Edmonton Wembley Survey marker Tree clawed by bear Camp No.1 Edmonton (bridge) Camp o (cowboys and horses) Wembley (main street ?) Horses and tent at Camp No. 1 Dunsdale (silo with sign: "United Grain Growers Limited, Local No.447" situated next to... Dan Mosher (?) sitting beside a tent at Camp No.5 Camp No.5 situated within a forested landscape at the base of a mountain Camp No.3 situated next to a log home Dan Mosher (?) next to a tent at Camp No.5 Fully loaded pack horses standing in front of the BC / Alberta boundary Pack horse train crossing Wapiti Ford Camp No.3 situated next to a river Camp No.5 featuring Dan Mosher and open gear next to a tent Pack horse train crossing Wapiti Ford BC / Alberta boundary Camp No.5 Pete Callao and Johnny Napolean building a raft on Muinok Lake Muinok Lake Muinok Lake Muinok Lake Muinok Lake An old burn site in foreground, unidentified mountain in background Pete Callao poling a makeshift raft on Muinok Lake Johnny Napolean using an auger to build a makeshift raft on Muinok Lake Johnny Napolean  and Pete Callao building a makeshift raft on Muinok Lake An old burn site in foreground, unidentified mountain in background Landscape perspective: north from Knife Blade Ridge Landscape perspective: north from Knife Blade Ridge Landscape perspective: from Knife Blade Ridge to Muinok Lake Pete Callao standing on the rocky shoreline of Muinok Creek Landscape perspective: from Knife Blade Ridge to Muinok Lake Unidentified man scaling a cliff in search of game Prentiss Gray, rifle in hand, scaling a cliff in search of game Landscape perspective: from near Knife Blade Ridge Landscape perspective: from near Knife Blade Ridge Muinok Creek (?) Pete Callao standing on the rocky shores of Muinok Creek Dan Mosher playing cards Deer at the top of a windfallen hill Deer at the top of a windfallen hill Deer making its way down a windfallen hill Muinok Lake Lake Muinok featuring Knife Blade Ridge in the background Knife Blade Ridge
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17x British Columbia 1928 Photograph Album

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2000.19.3

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  • 1928 - 1928 (Creator)

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303 photographs : b&w ; 5 x 8 cm - 2 computer discs

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This series consists of 303 black and white photographs (and computer disc copies) documenting Prentiss Gray's evaluatory trip along the BC/Alberta border in 1928.

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Accession # 2000.19.3

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Numbered 1 through 303 ; no pictures for numbers 217 and 259. Published cross-reference: "From the Peace to the Fraser: Newly Discovered North American Hunting and Exploration Journals, 1900 to 1930" published in 1994 by the Boone and Crockett Club ; utilises 23 of the photographs in a chapter entitled "The Trail to Barbara Lakes 1928" (pg. 285-330). A number of the photographs have a notation in the album. A number of others are marked with an X ; these correspond to the photographs used in "The Trail to Barbara Lakes 1928," plus some additional ones. The annotated photographs which are not included in From the Peace to the Fraser may not have made the final edit.

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