Rocky Mountains (mountains)
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
240 x 180 mm. Shows a man outside a newly constructed chalet looking across the lake to the mountains.
Shows the station with a number of people, including a station official, standing on the platform, with forest and mountains behind. Mt. Sir Donald and the lower part of Mt. Avalanche are identified on the reverse.
This album contains 114 collodio-chloride prints, mostly amateur work of good quality, approximately 110 x 65 mm in size. In addition to photographs of India, there are eight of Canada (72-79) and seven of England (80-85, 114) dated 1907 and 1909. Invitations for Douglas to become an honorary member of a number of regimental messes have also been inserted.
A view looking along the highway with mountains in the distance.
'Remarks on the countries westward of the Rocky Mountains with reference to the rough chart by David Thompson', 4 pages. The document is signed and dated by Thompson. The chart referred to is not present.
A view looking across farming land towards the Rocky Mountain foothills, taken from the Banff-Calgary highway.
An crudely drawn, undated map, 19½'' x 15'', of an area roughly bounded 60°N and 48°N, 125°W and 90°W. The Rocky Mountains appear on the left side of the map.
Showing a Canadian Pacific train among pine woods with Mt.Chancellor in the background. Photograph by Canadian Pacific Railways.
137 x 80mm A view looking along a steep gorge with fir trees in the foreground and mountains in the distance.
A view looking between snow covered trees towards Mt. Rundle in the distance. Photograph by Canadian Pacific Railways.