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Bill Olson friends and family photographs

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Part Of
Olson family fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs of Bill Olson at work and with his family. Also includes family pictures of various generations of the Olson family, army portraits, coworkers, a Cave & Basin postcard, and an interior shot of the Dave White Shop.
Date Range
1889-1967
Reference Code
V475 / PA121 - 01 to 19
Description Level
5 / File
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Postcard
Photograph
Photograph print
Print
  37 images  
Part Of
Olson family fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M97 / V475
Sous-Fonds
V475
Accession Number
670 ; 1107 ; 1021
Reference Code
V475 / PA121 - 01 to 19
GMD
Postcard
Photograph
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1889-1967
Physical Description
19 prints : b&w and col. ; 17.5 x 12 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs of Bill Olson at work and with his family. Also includes family pictures of various generations of the Olson family, army portraits, coworkers, a Cave & Basin postcard, and an interior shot of the Dave White Shop.
Notes
Some of the people identified in the photos are Bill Kay, Jack Powell, Jack Doe, Fred Day, Charlie Fullhroch, Mac Lennat, Earl Squires, Bob Graham, Larry Foster, Willard Bell, Bush Ashley, Shorty Blasker, Casey Jones, Dan Zakaryk, Pete Finlay, Jon Douglas, Irene Straus, Marie Leong, and more.
Name Access
Olson, Bill
Olson, Irene
McTrowe, Florence
Subject Access
Activities
Biographical
Buffalo
Cave and Basin
Children
Family
Family and personal life
Garden
Home
Leisure
Mount Royal Hotel
Personal and Family Life
Personal and Professional Life
Portrait
War
World War I
WWI
Geographic Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Alberta
Canada
Language
English
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
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Processed
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Olson family fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to newspaper clippings, William (Bill) Olson's WWI and WWII Registration cards, a hand-written list of select Banff locals, and Shaw family details.
Date Range
1914-1965
Reference Code
M97 / 1 - 01 to 06
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Newspaper clipping
Textual record
  1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Olson family fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M97 / V475
Sous-Fonds
M97
Accession Number
1107
Reference Code
M97 / 1 - 01 to 06
GMD
Newspaper clipping
Textual record
Date Range
1914-1965
Physical Description
0.5 cm of textual records (5 pages ; 21.6 x 27.9 cm or smaller)
Scope & Content
File pertains to newspaper clippings, William (Bill) Olson's WWI and WWII Registration cards, a hand-written list of select Banff locals, and Shaw family details.
Name Access
Olson, Bill
Subject Access
Activities
Biographical
Crag and Canyon newspaper
Family
Family and personal life
Newspaper
Personal and Family Life
Personal and Professional Life
War
World War I
World War II
WWI
WWII
Geographic Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Alberta
Canada
Language
English
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
Electronic Resources
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Bill Olson friends and family photographs

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Part Of
Olson family fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs of Bill Olson and various generations of his family. Also includes the Banff Winter Carnival and the Banff Mountain School.
Date Range
1928-1939
Reference Code
V475 / PA152 - 01 to 09
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph
Photograph print
Print
  18 images  
Part Of
Olson family fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M97 / V475
Sous-Fonds
V475
Accession Number
968
Reference Code
V475 / PA152 - 01 to 09
GMD
Photograph
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1928-1939
Physical Description
9 prints : b&w and col. ; 17.5 x 12 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs of Bill Olson and various generations of his family. Also includes the Banff Winter Carnival and the Banff Mountain School.
Name Access
Olson, Bill
Olson, Irene
McTrowe, Florence
Subject Access
Activities
Banff Winter Carnival
Biographical
Children
Family
Family and personal life
Garden
Home
Leisure
Mountain School
Personal and Family Life
Personal and Professional Life
Portrait
School
Geographic Access
Banff
Banff National Park
Alberta
Canada
Language
English
Title Source
Title based on contents of file
Processing Status
Processed
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Mount Logan Expedition publication appearances

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to newspaper clippings and magazine publications that feature the Mt. Logan expedition.
Date Range
1923-1926
Reference Code
M200 / AC 0M / 17
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Newspaper clipping
Published record
Textual record
  1 image     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
M200
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
M200 / AC 0M / 17
GMD
Newspaper clipping
Published record
Textual record
Date Range
1923-1926
Physical Description
ca.35 cm of textual records : includes oversize oversize. -- ca.580 photographs : prints, negatives, transparencies
Scope & Content
File pertains to newspaper clippings and magazine publications that feature the Mt. Logan expedition.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Newspaper
Organizations
Photography
Publication
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Banff National Park
Jasper National Park
Yoho National Park
Alberta
British Columbia
Canada
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280).
Title Source
Title based on material
Content Details
Physically, the file is divided into 2 folders, 17a & 17b
Processing Status
Processed
Electronic Resources
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Mount Logan Expedition records - prints from the mountain [1/4]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints depicting high alpine scenes, various camps, members of the Epedition team, and what is most likely the descent from Mt. Logan.
Date Range
1923-1926
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 01 - 30
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph print
Print
  30 images  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 01 - 30
GMD
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1923-1926
Physical Description
125 prints : b&w ; 12 x 9 cm
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints depicting high alpine scenes, various camps, members of the Epedition team, and what is most likely the descent from Mt. Logan.
Notes
Dimension remarks for whole series (808 / 01 to 125)
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Camps
Club
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 31 to 65 V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 66 to 95 V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 96 to 125
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Mount Logan Expedition records - prints from the mountain [2/4]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints depicting high alpine scenes, various camps, members of the Epedition team, and what is most likely the descent from Mt. Logan.
Date Range
1923-1926
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 31 - 65
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph print
Print
  35 images  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 31 - 65
GMD
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1923-1926
Physical Description
125 prints : b&w ; 12 x 9 cm
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints depicting high alpine scenes, various camps, members of the Epedition team, and what is most likely the descent from Mt. Logan.
Notes
Dimension remarks for whole series (808 / 01 to 125)
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Camps
Club
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 01 to 30 V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 66 to 95 V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 96 to 125
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Mount Logan Expedition records - prints from the mountain [3/4]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints depicting high alpine scenes, various camps, members of the Epedition team, and what is most likely the descent from Mt. Logan.
Date Range
1923-1926
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 66 - 95
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph print
Print
  30 images  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 66 - 95
GMD
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1923-1926
Physical Description
125 prints : b&w ; 12 x 9 cm
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints depicting high alpine scenes, various camps, members of the Epedition team, and what is most likely the descent from Mt. Logan.
Notes
Dimension remarks for whole series (808 / 01 to 125)
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Camps
Club
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 01 to 30 V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 31 to 65 V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 96 to 125
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Mount Logan Expedition records - prints from the mountain [4/4]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints depicting high alpine scenes, various camps, members of the Epedition team, and what is most likely the descent from Mt. Logan.
Date Range
1923-1926
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 96 - 125
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph print
Print
  30 images  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 96 - 125
GMD
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1923-1926
Physical Description
125 prints : b&w ; 12 x 9 cm
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints depicting high alpine scenes, various camps, members of the Epedition team, and what is most likely the descent from Mt. Logan.
Notes
Dimension remarks for whole series (808 / 01 to 125)
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Camps
Club
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 01 to 30 V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 31 to 65 V14 / AC 0P / 808 / 66 to 95
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - travelling the Ogilvie Glacier [3/7]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
  28 images     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Rocky cove, resting for lunch an hour before reaching the "Fraser - Baldwin Cache" ; See description preceeding negative ; "Baldwin Fraser Cache" an old survey base camp of 1913 used in conjunction of the trip up the Baldwin on the attack of the shoulder of St. Elias that year and base camp for operations up the Logan Glacier by Dennis Mussell and others. Much old material strewn about. The last timber. Camp left on the morning of the 22nd, of May ; "B. & F Cache" ; "B & F Cache" ; Party starting out to the clear ice straight out in front May 21 to mark trail and to help matters on the morrow when camp is struck ; Striking Camp May 22 ; Sledding on the Logan glacier from the crossing of the boundary line on the Logan Glacier to Turn Camp at the junction of the Ogilvie and Logan Glaciers. Mt. Logan in centre distance very dim ; Resting on the snow covered surface of the Logan Glacier just below the end of the Ogilvie Glacier, showing the point Turn & the western end of Logan in the far distance ; With the sleds on the Logan Glacier, a rest for lunch near the junction of the Logan and Ogilvie Glacier ; Camp on the morains of the Ogilvie Glacier "Turn Cache" Cache left here 7 days for 8 men. Back ground, looking up the Ogilive Glacier, mountains the "Turn" side of the Glacier, left side ; Photographs of the tents and Camp on the morains of the Ogilvie Glacier ; At "Turn Cache." Foster Carpe Rear Hall Morgan Taylor MacCarthy ; Panorama of two, the mountains along the east side of the Ogilvie Gl. from Turn station to the head of the Glacier ; Advance Base Cache on the morains of the Ogilvie Glacier 6 miles above its juncture with the Logan Gl. Here last Feb and Mch. 4700 lbs of freight left here ; Two negatives showing the arrival of the party for the first time at the site of the Cascades Camp with two sleds from the "A.B.C." Cache, 8 mi. distant ; Lunching at Cascade camp site looking down the Ogilvie Glacier ; An avalanche hear the end of the ice fall of the upper Ogilvie Glacier ; Ice fields and tributary glaciers at the head of the Ogilvie Glacier.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435 V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463 V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515 V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548 V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581 V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - arriving at Observation Camp [4/7]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
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  24 images     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Snow fields of the Ogilvie Glacier in foreground distant view of the ice fall coming down from the King Glacier above ; Showing the cascade at the head of the Ogilvie Gl. and camp ; Leaving Cascade for the first reconnaisance party up to the Observation Pt. Plateau. Read Carpe Foster MacCarthy ; Looking up the cascades, camp in the foreground ; The right hand side of the Cascades showing part of route taken up. Camp in foreground ; Looking up the cascades from the Cascades Camp ; Ice fileds, sled in distance, distant view of the ice cataract from the King Ice fields 2000 feet above ; About the best I have of this camp at the head of the Logan Glacier at the foot of the King Cascade, this latter showing in the background ; Pictures of the Cascades camp which has an elevation of 7800 feet and from which camp the real climbing operations commenced, on June 1st. 1925 ; Group of (close up) MacCarthy Carpe Foster and MacCarthy Lambart Foster ; A group "sledders of the Ogilvie" ; Snow dome at about 9700 half way between "Observation" and the top of the "Quartz Ridge" looking back over the tributary glaciers of the head of the Ogilvie 2500 feet below ; Lunching on the Dome, after arrival with first load and the drag of the sled up the steep slopes ; The snow dome at about 9700 with the group and looking out on to the Ogilvie Glacier showing the junction with the Logan Glaicer middle distance ; Looking into the hollow of the head of the Ogilvie Gl. showing mountains only at its head to eastward from a point a short distance N. of the Observation Camp Site ; From "Observation Camp" northward, distance as far as it can be seen ; North distant mountains of the Walsh and Mt. Lucania.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435 V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463 V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491 V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548 V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581 V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - final approach to Mt. Logan [5/7]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
  33 images     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Up King Col. "Observation Camp" foreground. Elevation of Camera 10,300 elevation on top of col over 4000 ft. above Camera ; Looking up the King Glacier to the summit of the Col of the same name from Observation Camp. The Camp in the foreground ; The King Glacier looking straight up to the Col Intense light under a blue sky ; The Camp actively engeged in getting away with the sleds up the King Glacier as fas as the ice fall, about 4 miles ; Observation Camp. King Mt. showing the north face, First sled on its way up the King Gl. off to right a few hundred yds. The Col tot he left hidden in fog ; Looking down the King Glacier, distance being the mountains around the head of the Vittorio Sella glacier. The direction is nearly due west ; A panorama of 8 from the King Col around past King mountain itself over 180 degrees to the ice wall on the N. side of the King Glacier trench. Taken from the site of King Col Camp ; Three of the party making camp digging out places for tents on the slopes of the Col. Direction westward down the King Glacier showing the distant ranges of the Quintino Sella Glacier and to the right the immense ice falls on the north side of the Col ; Preparing tent room on the summit of the King Col. behind the walls of ice and snow leading to the upper plateaus, the trail later marked out leading straight back then swinging to the right on the snow bench ; King Mountain from the Col ; Close up of party at work preparing camp ground. Morgan lying down. Taylor extreme left. Hall [extreme] right. centre L to R Carpe, MacCarthy Foster ; These pictures taken towards the south over a sea of clouds obscuring the Seward and Malaspina glaciers and all the surrounding peaks leaving the top of St. Elias alone sticking up. The peak of King Mt. not more than 5 miles distant all showing, the sea of clouds showing beyond. Note the South butress of King and long ridge leading from teh peak to the right being the south wall of the King Glacier. King Col, is just below the ridge facing the picture and decending from the summit in a jagged arete ; This the only photograph I have of "Windy Camp" (16800) taken looking northward up the ice slopes followed on the ascent. Left the S.W. spur of the Logan massif ; Plateau Camp at an elevation of 17500 ft approximately, is the camp from which Mt. Logan was climbed on the 23 of June. These pictures were taken on a clear morning and it is hard to explain the failure in the results obtained. The panorama shows the upper glacier plateau below the high summits of the massif. The photograph sweeps the northern horizon through about a half circle. Distant rangers shown are those of the walsh Glacier and west end of the glacier and mountain system between the base of Logan and Kluane Lake, 60 miles eastward.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435 V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463 V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491 V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515 V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581 V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - coming back down from Mt. Logan [6/7]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
  34 images     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Plateua Camp the last camp on the massif of Logan, from which the climb was made, taken from the east side ; Foster dressing frozen fingers after the past weeks ordeal on the summit and the fight to get off the mountain in store. MacCarthy eyes and fingers. Foster wrist toe and finger. Carpe toes and fingers. Lambart toes fingers wrist. Taylor scot free ; Photograph during the day of rest and perfect bliss and Heaven to us all after the weeks of snow & ice. First running water and signs of life, a raven's early morning visit to inspect the "idiots." Three of camp and two looking up the Ogilvie Glacier ; Group on the morains near the camp. A.H. MacCarthy Wilmer B.C. A.M. Taylor McCarthy Alaska. Col. W.W. Foster Vancouver B.C. Allen Carpe New York. H.F.L. N.H. Read ; Close up group on morains near Turn Cache camp. Foster MacCarthy Lambart Carpe. Sitting (always was) N.H. Read ; Standing group in parkas ; After an all night's travel on the Logan Glacier July 2-3 resting out on one of the central morains near the International Boundary Crossing of the Logan Glacier. Here the ice became so bad that the two sleds were left behind, cached a further amount of equipment, including stove and robe etc. & shouldered our loads for the remaining 30 miles into Hubricks Camp ; Portraits of all but Carpe, how he came to be missed unknown. Taken the day after we got into Hubricks before the grand shave & clean up. 1 MacCarthy 2 Foster 1 Andy Taylor 3 H.F.L 1 Read 1 H.M. Laing ; The making of two boats on arrival at Hubrick's camp on the 6th of July having originally been decided upon, now abandoned on acount of the condition of the party and the length of time to build (10 days) rafts in lieu of the boats finally decided upon. Two of these commenced July 8 and completed the 10th. and the journey started down the Chitina River at 1.30 P.M. July 11th. with desastrous results to one (MacCarthur, Foster, Carpe) and reaching Rush Pond with the other (Taylor, Lambart, Read) 12.30 midnight July 12, 60 miles by stream.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435 V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463 V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491 V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515 V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548 V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - end of expedition [7/7]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
  19 images     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Breakfast being prepaired by Andy Taylor in front of the tent at Rush Pond and before starting out on that hectic 32 mile trudge into McCarthy, being the closing act of the field activities of the Mt. Logan Expedition. Rush Pond left with all gear left behind (protem) on July 12 at 10.10 A.M. arriving McCarthy 1.30 A.M. July 13 ; The first negative of close up in camp by H.F.L. other by Taylor of first relays to the top of the Quartz Ridge, 1000 feet above the Cascade camp site ; The process by which, with a 700 foot alpine line we were able to get one of the hand sleds to the summit of the quartz ridge from the Cascades camp below ; Cache and group at the top of the quartz ridge. This point being about 1000 feet above Cascades ; This is a photograph looking straight down the Ogilvie glacier from a point 1000 feet above its head. Its confluence with the Logan is distinctly seen ; A mere spot in a world of ice, cascades camp as viewed from above from the summit of the Quartz Ridge. This photograph shows well the base of the cascades and the character of the glaciers entering the head of the Ogilvie Gl. ; From a rock ridge where Morgan hand enticed me one afternoon we got this of the top of St. Elias appearing through the clouds. Below the surface of the King Glacier, end of the south wall of King Trench on left ; Large scale map of coast showing Cordova, McCarthy and Logan ; H.F.L. Enlargement of photograph taken on the Robson Glacier during the Alpine Club Meet at the Robson Pass July 1924.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435 V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463 V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491 V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515 V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548 V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581
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Mount Logan Expedition records - mounted display prints

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Part Of
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Scope & Content
File pertains to prints mounted on paper with typed captions either below or beside the print depicting aeral views of the Mt. Logan area and camps, mountains, and packtrains along the route. Prints most likely used for display purposes.
Date Range
1923-1926
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 600 - 629
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph print
Print
  30 images  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 600 - 629
GMD
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1923-1926
Physical Description
30 prints : b&w ; 19.9 x 14.9 cm or smaller on sheet 32.9 x 20.2 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
File pertains to prints mounted on paper with typed captions either below or beside the print depicting aeral views of the Mt. Logan area and camps, mountains, and packtrains along the route. Prints most likely used for display purposes.
Notes
Each print has a green Alpine Club of Canada Archives stamp on the back of the mounting paper.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280).
Title Source
Title based on material
Content Details
V14 / AC 0P / 600 is an oversize panorama and stored in the ACC oversize section.
Processing Status
Processed
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Mount Logan Expedition records - misc. prints

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Part Of
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Scope & Content
File pertains to photograph prints of the Mt. Logan Expedition team aboard a boat [most likely headed to Alaska], various scenes of and around McCarthy, Alaska, prior to the trip, scenery, the dog team, and exploratory scenes from MacCarthy's scouting trip in 1913.
Date Range
1913-1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 708 - 720
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph print
Print
  22 images  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 708 - 720
GMD
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1913-1925
Physical Description
13 prints : b&w ; 16.7 x 11.3 cm
Scope & Content
File pertains to photograph prints of the Mt. Logan Expedition team aboard a boat [most likely headed to Alaska], various scenes of and around McCarthy, Alaska, prior to the trip, scenery, the dog team, and exploratory scenes from MacCarthy's scouting trip in 1913.
Notes
Many prints have notations on the backs written either by whoever developed the prints or an archivist - archivist notes noted with square brackets.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280).
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Mount Logan Expedition records - panorama prints

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Part Of
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Scope & Content
File pertains primarily to panoramas of scenery from the Mt. Logan Expedition. All prints have notations on the backs.
Date Range
1923-1926
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 01 - 09
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Photograph print
Print
  18 images  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 01 - 09
GMD
Photograph print
Print
Date Range
1923-1926
Physical Description
9 prints : b&w ; 24 x 5.4 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
File pertains primarily to panoramas of scenery from the Mt. Logan Expedition. All prints have notations on the backs.
Notes
The first two prints appear to not belong to the Mt. Logan Expedition panoramas.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Cabins
Cabins and shelters
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280).
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - McCarthy Alaska base [1/7]

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Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
  27 images     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Groups of the Mt. Logan expedition taken while on voyage ; From the deck of the Alaska, the abandoned "Gastino Gold" mine ; Operating Alaska Gold, a mine reducing ore at less than a dollar a ton, the values not being much a dollar, output 10,000 to 15,000 tons per day ; Group on boat looking over sea Juneau Warf. H.F.L. & Read. do Hall and Read ; Harry Boyden's dog team entering the streets of McCarthy Alaska, Lt. Col. Foster & A.H. MacCarthy ; Part Panorama of McCarthy Alaska from the high ground to the south ; Panorama of the town McCarthy Alaska ; Panorama of the town of McCarthy showing the Kinnicott Glacier and mountains beyond in which the Kennecott Copper mine is situated ; Of the foreground in front of the town, Hubricks Cabin and morains of the Kennecott Gl. beyond. Mules and in one store room of J.B. O'Neill's ; Taken of the group in front of the terminal morains of the Kennecott glacier. The complete picture of the expedition taken with my Ross camera by Hubrick ; The bridge, just finished, crossing the Nazina River from the south side. Left McCarthy 9.45 A.M. [at] Nazina Crossing, 9 8/10 miles, at 1.30 ; Launching on the open bars of the Chitina River on our walk from McCarthy to Hubricks Camp, 88 Mi. Read Sitting on the bars, about opposite the mouth of the Kiagma R. ; Crossing Canon creek above the point on the Chitina bars where it enters that river ; Poor one of group sitting resting on Chitina Bars.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Boats
Camps
Club
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Rivers
River crossing
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463 V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491 V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515 V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548 V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581 V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - travel along the Chitina River [2/7]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
  29 images     1 Electronic Resource  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Going into our first camp on the bars of the Chitina River being a half days run from "Rush Pound," where we stopped and had lunch on the way in ; Packing up at Brysons, being the old camp ground of the Surveys (Barny Bryson) and from which point a trail leads out of the valley of the Chitina (rising 3000 ft) and leading to the head of the Young Creek. MacCarthy took this trail coming in coming out last summer after the reconnaissance. This is the 4th. camp out from McCarthy the next 16 miles to Short River ; Short river Camp, 5th camp out from McCarthy and only 7 miles out from Hubricks. Mountain in back on other side of Chitina Valley. Crossed Clear Water, Canon and Short river before reaching this camp ; Eastward up the valley of the Chitina Valley Tree islands and the morain covered toe of the Chitina Glacier showing. Hubricks Camp near point shown on left, just showing ; The Chitina Valley below Hubrick's Camp distant horizon being the toe of the Chitina Glacier. Mt. Logan would be, if visible, direct centre looking up Chitina Gl. ; Panorama taken from a point on the Chitina just off the N.W. corner of the Chitina Glacier toe, at an old Trig Sta. which seemed to be part of old base line. Shows the range on the south side of the Chitina Valley and the last straight down the valley of the Chitina ; All a little blurred as focus in error set at 15 yrd. Panorama of the range on the south side of the Chitina River Valley, from a point 1/3 mile east of Hubrick's Camp. Logan in distant centre in 433 & 434 [452 & 453] ; Laing in front of his dungeon (Pup Tent). The afternoon's careful inspection of Logan equipment ; Survey tripod on the bars below toe of Chitina Glacier to N.W. line of bace line poasts leading away to W. No end of base mark showing ; From the summit point of the Terminal morains of the Chitina Glacier looking straight west down the valley and showing the trench between the glacier and the N. wall of the valley up which the trail lead to the last point of horse transport, "Trail End" ; The group on the ice in front of "Trail end Camp" ; Ice of the Chitina completely covered with debris, from the shore line on the N. side looking forward to Chitina Point ; Walsh camp at the end of the Chitina Point, the side of an old survey camp of 1913, facing a stretch of water directly off the point, the junctions of the Chitina and Walsh Glaciers ; Group, as per preceding negative showing drift and exposed dry wood on beech, old shore of long since sunken lake. Further description of Walsh Camp of Chitina Point see preceding negative.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435 V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491 V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515 V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548 V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581 V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
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Catharine Whyte at Banff Indian Days

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Part Of
Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Scope & Content
Item consists of Catharine Robb Whyte holding a camera beside a car with tepees being set up in the background.
Date Range
[ca. 1933]
Reference Code
V683 / III / C / NA - 1603 - 05
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
Negative
  1 image  
Part Of
Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
M36 / V683 / S37
Series
V683 / III / C : Peter and Catharine Whyte Negatives Sub-series
Sous-Fonds
V683
Accession Number
3069
Reference Code
V683 / III / C / NA - 1603 - 05
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Date Range
[ca. 1933]
Physical Description
Photograph: 1 negative ; col.
Scope & Content
Item consists of Catharine Robb Whyte holding a camera beside a car with tepees being set up in the background.
Name Access
Whyte, Catharine
Subject Access
Banff Indian Days
Landscapes
Portraits
Recognizing relations
Geographic Access
Alberta
Language
English
Related Material
Recognizing Relations number RR 353
Title Source
This image is a part of the Recognizing Relations project, an archives initiative undertaken since 2014 to identify First Nations people in photographs held in the Whyte Museum Archives.
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Scope & Content
Item consists of a portrait of Reba Bearspaw in a decorated blue beaded dress and white beaded headband with the top of a tepee in the background.
Date Range
[ca.1930]
Reference Code
V683 / III / B / NS - 341 - 01
Description Level
6 / Item
  1 image  
Part Of
Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
M36 / V683 / S37
Series
V683 / III / B : Peter and Catharine Whyte Transparencies Sub Series
Sous-Fonds
V683
Accession Number
.
Reference Code
V683 / III / B / NS - 341 - 01
Date Range
[ca.1930]
Physical Description
Photograph: 1 negative ; col.
Scope & Content
Item consists of a portrait of Reba Bearspaw in a decorated blue beaded dress and white beaded headband with the top of a tepee in the background.
Name Access
Bearspaw, Reba
Subject Access
Banff Indian Days
First Nations
Indigenous Peoples
Recognizing relations
Stoney Nakoda
Geographic Access
Alberta
Language
NA
Related Material
Recognizing Relations number RR 354
Title Source
This image is a part of the Recognizing Relations project, an archives initiative undertaken since 2014 to identify First Nations people in photographs held in the Whyte Museum Archives.
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Processed
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