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Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
One file pertaining to Alpine Club of Canada correspondence and supporting documents, climbing diary 1920, newspaper articles and additional mountaineering documentation.
Date Range
1919-1928, 1984
Reference Code
M147 / 1
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Textual Records
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
M147 / 1
Date Range
1919-1928, 1984
Physical Description
1.5 cm of textual records.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
One file pertaining to Alpine Club of Canada correspondence and supporting documents, climbing diary 1920, newspaper articles and additional mountaineering documentation.
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Edmonton
Mount Assiniboine
Mount Robson
Matterhorn
Mountaineering
Quesnel Heights
Content Details
File includes: 1920 climbing diary. Small green, flips open. Written on cover “London: Guarantee and Accident Company, Limited”. Entirety of diary is written in pencil. “Margaret H. Gold” written on cover page. July 20, 1920-August 14, 1920. Diary outlines trip in Calgary, travel and leisure experiences in Banff, climb of Norquay, trip to Sunshine Camp, Quartz Mountain, Mount Edmonton, Naiset, Terrapin, Lake Magog camp, Divine Service from Mr Sanreign from Vancouver, Assiniboine climb, return to Banff and Calgary. Typed transcript of 1920 climbing diary. 3 pages. Manuscript "The Ascent of Mount Edmonton"' Cyril G. Wates, 1920. Typed manuscript in green cover, 3 pages. Description of trip begins July 26, 1920. Detailed description of climb undertaken with Dr. H. E. Bulyea, Miss. M. Gold and Miss H. Glyde. “The Alpine Club of Canada The Gazette December 1922”. Enclosed “Referendum Ballot for Location” for the 1923 camp. Articles include: New Years Greeting from Arthur O. Wheeler, article about the 1923 camp location, article regarding the “Palliser Pass Camp, 1922”, “Annual Meeting, 1922”, “The Club House”, “Minutes of General Meeting, Dec. 9th, 1922”, “Alterations in the Constitution”, “Alterations in the Membership List”, “A Flight Round Mt. Robson and Mt. Sir Alexander”, “Mountain Fellowship”, “The Winthrop Ellsworth Stone Collection of Photographs and Slides”, “General Notes”, “Notes from the Sections”. “The Alpine Club of Canada The Gazette June 1925”. Articles include: “O’Hara Lake Camp”, “Mt. Logan Expedition” written by Arthur O. Wheeler, financial “Contributions to Mt. Logan Expedition”, “Aronragua”, “Human Remains”, “Special Meeting”, “Obituary” for Sir James Outram, Mrs. T. B. Moffat, Rev. C. Travers Melly, Miss K. Keershaw, Christian Hasler, Sr., “Mrs. J. M. Young” obituary, “Invitations”, “Fire”, “Activities of Members”, “General Notes”, “Notes from the Sections”. Handwritten in pencil on the back of the Gazette: “I’m just a little p. fork; But I carry wishes bright; That your future may be happy; And ever clear and bright; That Heaven may smile upon you; Wherever you may be; And grant you cakes and bread and jam; And pickles too- for tea.” Letter from John Murray Gibbon concerning the formation of the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies, 1924 Alpine Club of Canada Edmonton Section Nineteenth Anniversary Banquet program, menu and Programme of Summer Outings on cardstock. April 1, 1925. Miss Margaret Gold is listed as on the Executive Committee. “Choice of liquid refreshment as below: Tea Tea Tea Tea Tea Tea Tea”. Miss Margaret Gold “Song—‘The Morning Wind’ (Branscombe)” and “The Ascent of Mount Robson”. “Songs of Canadian Climbers” pamphlet “dedicated to the Alpine Club of Canada”. Includes 64 songs and 1 black and white photograph of the 1920 Welcome Home camp at Mt. Assiniboine. “Alpine Club of Canada ‘Song of the Edmonton Section’ Souvenir of the Official Opening of the Alpine Hut at Quesnell Heights February 27th, 1926.” Pamphlet contains two pages of sheet music and lyrics. “Limericks” 1 page typed. Nine four line limericks related to climbing. “Climbing Mt. Everest Kinematograph Lecture” at the Philharmonic Hall in Great Portland St. in December. Program describes the 1922 trip, which did not gain the summit but reached close to 27,000 feet without oxygen and the second party went an additional 250 feet with oxygen, and the Tibetan music. Handwritten receipt from the Alpine Club of Canada for the year of 1919, Nov. 10, 1919 and the fee of $7. Letter from the Secretary Treasurer S. H. Mitchell dated November 10, 1919 regarding Gold’s fault at not being on the ballot for election due to her late entry and assures of her inclusion on the spring ballot. Discussion of the site Mr. Wheeler picked for the Assiniboine Camp. Form letter from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, June 9, 1921 regarding summer holiday plans and advertising different destinations, including Vancouver, Victoria, Banff, Wapta and Eastern Canada. Written on the back is a response to the ACC regarding her application for a badge. Letter from the Secretary Treasurer S. H. Mitchell dated November 23, 1922 discussing her envy of Gold’s time and travels in Paris and the surrounding areas, requesting an article for the Journal to be submitted before the end of March, regarding indecision on the site for the camp, need for one additional climb before Gold earns her badge and smaller number of individuals voting this year. Letter from the Alpine Club of Canada to Miss M. H. Gold in Paris regarding membership fees due on January 1, 1923. Fee $10. Letter from the Alpine Club of Canada to Miss M. H. Gold in Edmonton regarding membership fees due on January 1, 1923. Fee $10. Group letter inviting mountaineers, members of the Alpine Club of Canada and not, to celebrate Saturn’s day on July 7, 1923 “upon pain of being dropped into a Crevasse”. Letter dated July 1, 1923. Handwritten receipt from the Alpine Club of Canada for the year of 1923 and 1924 and the fee of $15. Letter from the Secretary Treasurer S. H. Mitchell dated May 10, 1924 regarding Gold’s potential attendance of the Camp to the Mt. Robson country, declining her offer to write an article for the Journal, discussion of the unsuitability of the word “hiker”. Form letter from the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies with “Sir” crossed out and Madam typed beside. May 22, 1924. Letter describes the founding of the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies, the buttons and letterhead prepared, and inquires about interest in membership. 2 typed pages. Letter from the Alpine Club of Canada to Miss M. H. Gold in Edmonton regarding membership fees due on January 1, 1928. Fee $7.50. Matt photograph of “The Ramparts” printed on card and used as greeting card which on the back reads “All kinds of good wishes Mrs. Brine and Charlie from Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wates.” Newspaper article pertaining to philanthropy of Margaret Brine, “Arts benefactor Brine is still one classy lady”, by Ron Chalmers. Written in pencil “1984?” Article describes her philanthropic contributions to the arts and gives a brief background of her life and climbs. “Robson Climb Was Veritable Death Gamble” July 31, 1924. In depth description of third successful climb of Robson undertaken by A. O. Wheeler, T. B. Moffat, M. D. Geddes and Harry Pollard and unsuccessfully taken by Dr. Munroe Thorrington and a companion. “Woman Alpinist On Holiday Here” Victoria Daily Times September 1, 1925. Article describes Gold’s education and teaching background, travel, Matterhorn climb and Mount Robson climb. “Edmonton Girl Has Conquered Mount Robson” 1924. Aug. 2. Description of the unveiling of the Alberta-British Columbia monument on the summit of the Robson Pass, third party to make a successful ascent of Mount Robson, Fore-runners of the party included Miss M. H. Gold the third woman to reach Robson’s peak, L. H. Lindsay, S. C. Montgomery. Description of the officers elected, badge awards, and the unveiling ceremony. “The Philosoph. Goes Climbing: Miss Gold Tells of Mountain Climbing in Alps and Rockies”, Summary of talk given by Miss Gold in her address “On Climbing a Mountain” at the Philosophical Society, including a description of climbing as a cult. “Ascent Beckons Edmonton Climbers” large picture of climbers ascending Naisot Peak with paragraph below describing the climb and explaining that the inset photograph features C. G. Wates and Dr. H. E. Bulyea.
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Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 80 negatives (NA 1-80).
Reference Code
V105 / NA 1 to 80
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Photograph Negatives
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
V105 / NA 1 to 80
Physical Description
80 photographs: negs., b&w.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
File consists of 80 negatives (NA 1-80).
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Assiniboine
Mountaineering
Content Details
1. [Person climbing], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 2. [A man and two women standing, women holding flowers], “3” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 3. [Man standing in forest], “1” written on side in pen, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 4. [Group of people sitting and standing among shrubbery], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 5. [Climbing], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 6. [Rocky landscape], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 7. [Person standing outside cabin on wood walkway], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 8. [People sitting and eating at picnic tables, with tents and trees in back], x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 9. [Three people smiling, one on right with flowers], “3” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 10. [Group of people in shrubbery, with tents on right and trees in back], “13” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 11. [Boat at dock, and mountains at back], “1” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 12. [Two people standing, with foliage], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 13. [Group of people, majority looking up to the left, with mountains on the right], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 14. [Group of women with backs to camera, with houses/hotels in back], “1” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 15. [Man and woman standing with sticks], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 16. [Four women standing with mountains in back], spot with no print on right side centre, “4” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 17. [People reflected in ball with houses behind], “3” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 18. [Two people sitting on road side], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 19. [Tent and standing group], “1” written in pen on side, “2” at trhc, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 20. [Mountain and cloud], “1” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 21. [Mountains], “1” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 22. [Man and woman sitting with buildings in back], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 23. [Person standing on rock], “3” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 24. [Tent with tree in middle, man sitting on left and man standing on right], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 25. [Mountains perfectly reflected in lake, with trees surrounding], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 26. [Man sitting with mountain range in back, double exposed image of two people standing, one with rope, is visible], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 27. [Mountains], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 28. [Person on rock], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 29. [Person looking down next to water], “1” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 30. [Woman standing on rock], “1” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 31. [Two climbing], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 32. [Standing by water and trees], 2 written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 33. [Group sit on mountain], “3” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 34. [Woman in field], “1” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 35. [Mountain], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 36. [Group with rope], “2” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 37. [Mountains], “1” written in pen on side, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 38. [Mountain range], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 39. [Mountains], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 40. [Person on right in foreground, two people on left, mountains in back], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 41. [Overexposed landscape], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 42. [Landscape], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 43. [Man in forest], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 44. [People by fire pit], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 45. [Mountain range], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 46. [Mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 47. [Water landscape], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 48. [Waterfall], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 49. [Mountain range], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 50. [Climbers adjusting], neg creased 7.5 x 4.5 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 51. [Cabin and river], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 52. [Mountain landscape], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 53. [Mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 54. [Rocky mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 55. [Out of focus mountain range], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 56. [Group sitting on mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 57. [Group standing on mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 58. [Group standing and sitting in forest], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 59. [Out of focus mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 60. [Rock], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 61. [Group at base of mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 62. [Mountains with snow], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 63. [Mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 64. [Mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 65. [Mountain range], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 66. [Mountain and river landscape], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 67. [People standing on trail tracks, with mountain in back], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 68. [Group of people standing and sitting on dock, group of people sitting on boat, trees in back], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 69. [Mountain], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 70. [People standing on trail tracks, with mountain in back], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 71. [Large group, with tent and large tree], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 72. [Two women in profile standing], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 73. [Two women in profile standing in forest landscape], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 74. [Group organizing at mountain base], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 75. [Group at cairn], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 76. [One individual with arm raised at cairn], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 77. [Walking- mountain in distance], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 78. [Man in boat looking away], glue/paper residue in center, 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 79. [Group climbing], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing. 80. [Group sitting, laying down on rock], 12 x 7 cm, black and white, neg yellowing.
Less detail
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 3 prints (PA 215-217).
Reference Code
V105 / PA O.S.
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Photograph Prints
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
V105 / PA O.S.
Physical Description
3 photographs: prints, b&w.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
File consists of 3 prints (PA 215-217).
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Assiniboine
Mountaineering
Content Details
215. [Mountain with “On Ever Mountain-height is Rest” inscribed on front matt], black and white, image: 17.5 x 12.5 cm, support: 37.5 x 25 cm, “Margaret from Mr and Mrs Wates Merry Christmas and Happy new Year 1920” written in black ink on back of matt. 216. [Landscape], black and white, image: 21 x 16 cm, support: 33.5 x 27 cm, image is matted. 217. [Mountain landscape with tents], black and white, 35 x 27 cm, paper glued to back around edges.
Less detail
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 66 prints (PA 1-66).
Date Range
1920-1927
Reference Code
V105 / PA- 1
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Photograph Prints
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
V105 / PA- 1
Date Range
1920-1927
Physical Description
66 photographs: prints, b&w.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
File consists of 66 prints (PA 1-66).
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Assiniboine
Mountaineering
Content Details
1. [Group seated around campfire], 8 x 13cm, black and white, Inscription “High Camp Mt. Robson 7/28/24- EI. 6500”, written on back in pencil “Probably Herbert Neuromte (leader?) Mr Lindsay Mr Montgomery and Miss Gold. 2nd party up Robson with a woman at this camp”. 2. [Campsite with mountain in back], 9 x 14.5 cm, black and white. 3. [Two women sitting on rocks], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white, matt finish, written on back in pencil “A breather on Abbot Pass; M. Gold on right.” 4. [Three women standing], 13 x 7.5 cm, black and white, 1927, written on back in pencil “Miss Gold on left; from Rita Rushworth; Misses Gold, M Intosh and Murray Yoho Valley July 1927”. 5. [Three women standing], 11.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white, 1927, written on back in pencil “middle is Miss Murray”. 6. [Tents from across a body of water], 8.5 x 13.5 cm, black and white. 7. [Tents from across a body of water with forest and mountains in background], 8.5 x 13.5 cm, black and white. 8. [Group of people sitting and standing among rocks], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white, matt finish, written on back “Banquet at the Genyle [?] Eyrie”. 9. [Group of people with water in back and mountain in background], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white, matt finish, tape residue on back, written on back “1 Racker [?] 1 Hal [?] 1 Dermatologist 1 Trail-maker, 1 Gloriously Happy girl 1 Slightly dampened ditto 1 Pair BOOTS Waiting for the Robert E. Lee 5.15 p.m.- is it coming?” 10. [Overexposed image of two people with mountain range in back], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 11. [Men sitting to left, woman standing beside cairn], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white, matt finish, written on back in pencil “Coed? Mea [?] not exactly tropical. W. Bomstock would tell you! Odaray [?] 1921”. 12. [Group with picks, girl raising arm], 11 x 6.25 cm, black and white, matt finish. 13. [Woman between two men, mountain in back], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white, matt finish, written on back in pencil “Rex Gibson? Miss Gold Cyril Wates?”. 14. [Bottoms of boots], 9 x 11 cm, black and white. 15. [Landscape with water and mountains], 8.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 16. [Mountain], 11 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 17. [Landscape with water and mountains], 8.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 18. [Group of men and women amongst bushes], 8 x 14 cm, black and white, matt finish. 19. [Man straddling a crevasse, picture glued to piece of paper], photograph 9 x 6.5 cm, paper 18 x 11 cm, black and white, paper reads “The Alpine Club of Canada; On the Haig Glacier; Annual Banquet” with advertisement for the Saskatoon section fourth anniversary dinner on the opposite side. 20. [Group of men and women in hats], 8.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white, written in pencil on back “Saskatoon contingent”. 21. [Two people sitting by a stream in the forest], 8 x 14 cm, black and white, matt finish, written in pencil on back “Dyads [?] by 9 am The Sodense [?] of the Fount of Nectar (not the H2O in tougrond [?] but the nicely chasin [?] golden base resting on tree trunk- o happy day!)”. 22. [Four women and three men group picture], 10.5 x 9 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Saskatoon Section”. 23. [Woman standing on rock, with water and mountain in background], 9 x 14 cm, black and white, matt finish, written on back in pencil “The Radye will ye bubbly-er pins”. 24. [Woman standing on rocks], 7 x 5 cm, black and white. 25. [Five people looking into crevasse], 11 x 8 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Clan Party near [underlined] crevasse on Heig Glacier. 26. [Group photograph with forest in background], 9 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Several of us as we leave camp”. 27. [Campsite with people and horses spread across image], 8 x 10.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Busy morning Palliser Camp Erute [?] a number left the morning you will veug[?] some fruit”. 28. [Camp with forest and mountains in background], 8 x 10.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “N. Kananaskis Pass Camp 1922”. 29. “Falls at Palliser Camp”, written on back in pencil, 10.5 x 8 cm, black and white. 30. [Woman sitting among trees writing], 13 x 8 cm, black and white, matt finish, written on back in pencil “NOT taken in Florida!”. 31. [Three people with backs to camera looking up mountain], 8 x 13 cm, black and white. 32. [Person climbing], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 33. [Two people sitting on a mountain with range in back], 14 x 9 cm, black and white, matt finish, written on back in pencil “Edward and McGeary on Odary[?]”. 34. [Two people standing to left, with water in back], 9 x 14 cm, black and white. 35. [Mountain], 9 x 14 cm, black and white, matt finish. 36. [Mountain], 9 x 14 cm, black and white. 37. [Mountain lake and reflection], 9 x 14 cm, black and white. 38. [Waterfall], 13 x 8 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “other one was not good keep this one”. 39. [Mountain and water], 10.5 x 8.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “My Best”. 40. “Asulkan Glacier” written on back in pencil, 10.5 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 41. “Illecillewaet [?] Glacier” written on back in pencil, 10.5 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 42. “Asulkan Glacier” written on back in pencil, 8.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 43. [Three woman, two standing one sitting, one man sitting in centre], 14 x 8 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “M. Gold on left.” 44. [Group ascending], 8 x 14 cm, black and white. 45. [Group standing on bridge], 6.5 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Alpine Hike Saturday- June 19-1920 “White Mud Creek”. 46. [Group standing with foliage in background], 6.5 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Alpine Hike Saturday- June 26-/20 Capital Hill, across river, and High Leael [?]”. 47. [Group on bridge], 6.5 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Alpine Hike Saturday- June 26-1920 Capital Hill”. 48. [Group seated on steps], 6.5 x 11 cm, black and white. 49. [Woman seated, man with back towards camera], 7 x 5 cm, black and white. 50. [Two women looking to left], black and white, written on back in pencil 10.5 x 6 cm, “Margaret Gold on right”. 51. [Two woman and a man on a bridge], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Miss Gold left”. 52. [Woman and man looking over shoulders], 7 x 5 cm, black and white, 53. [Group with horses], 11 x 8.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Breaking first camp- Conroy’s Tie Camp”. 54. [Tents with mountains in back], 11 x 8.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Fly camp on Athabasca Pass (Kane Glacier upper left)”. 55. [Two people seated on rock overlooking valley], 11 x 8.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “The Athabasca Pass Mr. Brown and Committee Punch Bowl our fly- camp—x”. 56. [Mounting horse], 8.5 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Chuck and Don”. 57. [Man standing on rock], 11 x 8.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “The Skipper (Raining)”. 58. [Group of people with glacier around], 11 x 8.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “On the glacier Raining”. 59. [Horses with water and mountain landscape in background], 8.5 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Scott glacier and Mt. hooker (Helen is foreground)”. 60. [Campsite with people and horses], 8.5 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Camp at Scott Creek”. 61. [Person standing beside river with mountains in background], 8.5 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Whirlpool River from Bridge”. 62. [Horses crossing bridge], 8.5 x 11 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “On the trail- First day”. 63. [Group around campfire with British flag], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “The Insider speaks, the Sants listens, Mr. Datch sheds a tear”. 64. [People ascending mountain peak], 14 x 9 cm, black and white, postcard information on back from Byron Harmon, “71 Top Mt. Respondent” inscribed on front. 65. [Horses crossing river with mountains in back], 8.5 x 11 cm, black and white. 66. “Lake O’Hara” written on front, 10 x 15 cm, black and white, matt finish, mounted on card and used as greeting card “With the Season’s Greetings and kindest regards Trevor West.”
Less detail
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 64 prints (PA 67-109). Images 110-186 were contained together with negatives.
Reference Code
V105 / PA- 2
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Photograph Prints
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
V105 / PA- 2
Physical Description
64 photographs: prints, b&w.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
File consists of 64 prints (PA 67-109). Images 110-186 were contained together with negatives.
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Assiniboine
Mountaineering
Content Details
42 photographs contained in “A. H. Esch & Co.. Limited Kodak Specialists, Jasper Avenue Edmonton, Alberta for Miss Gold.” 67. [Three people standing on a mountain with snow in back], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil “Miss Gold with? Cyril Wates on left?”. 68. [Group of people at bottom left and structure to right, mountain in background], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white, written on front at bottom “Main Camp”. 69. “Summit of Mt. Robson 7/30/24” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 70. [Arial view of town, plant and body of water surrounded by mountains], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white, written on back in pen “The Plant and Townsite”. 71. “Mt. Robson- High Camp from Lake Kinne[?]” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 72. “Mt. Robson from the Grand Fork River St.” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 73. “Mt. Robson- At El. 10,500 7/30/24” written on front, 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white. 74. [Woman attached to rope, with mountains in back], “Mt. Mumm 7/21/24” written on front, 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white. 75. [Three people in goggles and climbing gear with white background], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white. 76. [Mountains], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white. 77. “Mt. Robson [illegible]” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 78. [Mountain], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 79. [Mountain range], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white. 80. [Figures ascending mountain], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 81. [Mountain peak], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 82. [Two women sitting in canoe with snow in back], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white, written on back “Phyllis Munday? And Miss Gold”. 83. [Mountain landscape], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 84. [Snow in foreground, mountain range in background], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 85. [Group walking up rocky mountain path], 11.5 x 7 black and white. 86. [Man hiking up in snow], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 87. [Man in canoe with snow in back], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 88. [Mountain range], 7 x 11.5 cm, black and white. 89. [Mountains], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 90. [Mountains], 7 x 11.5 cm, black and white. 91. [Man saddling horse, with other horses in background], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 92. [River and rocks], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 93. [Person standing on peak], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 94. [Glacier and lake], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 95. [Mountain], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 96. [Man swimming in glacier lake, holding on to snow drift], 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 97. [Tents and horses from distance, mountains in background], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white. 98. [Mountains], 8.5 x 14 cm, black and white. 99. [Mountains], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 100. [Snow], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 101. [Arial view of lake], 7 x 11.5 cm, black and white. 102. [Rocky mountain peak], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white. 103. [Arial view of mountains], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white, written in pencil on back “haze from forest fires see 1924 journal vol. 2”. 104. “Emperor Falls, 7/26/24” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 105. “Robson Glacier 7/25/24” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 106. “Emperor Falls 1/26/24” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 107. “Ice Wall Mt. Robson 7/30/24” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 108. “Mount Robson [illegible]” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 109. “Mt. Robson- 7/25/24” written on front, 14 x 8.5 cm, black and white. 110. [Group of women with backs to camera, with houses/hotels in back], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 111. [Landscape with small waterfall], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 112. [Man sitting with lets crossed at base of tree], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 113. [Mountains and water], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 114. [Group hiking in snow], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 115. [People reflected in ball with houses behind], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 116. [Person standing outside cabin on wood walkway], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 117. [Mountains], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 118. [Mountains], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 119. [Landscape with water], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 120. [Out of focus shot of mountain range], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 121. [Mountains], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white, possible ink stains on mountain surface. 122. [Mountain range], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 123. [Mountain peak with cloud behind], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 124. [People standing on trail tracks, with mountain in back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 125. [Landscape with mountain], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 126. [Mountain range with water], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 127. [Mountains out of focus], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white, ink stain in upper right. 128. [Mountain with snow], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 129. [Group of men under tent], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, sepia tone. 130. [Mountain waterfall], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 131. [Mountain range], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white.
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Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 57 prints (PA 132-189). Images 110-186 were contained together and with negatives.
Reference Code
V105 / PA- 3
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Photograph Prints
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
V105 / PA- 3
Physical Description
57 photographs: prints, b&w.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
File consists of 57 prints (PA 132-189). Images 110-186 were contained together and with negatives.
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Assiniboine
Mountaineering
Content Details
132. [Group of people sitting and standing among shrubbery], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 133. [Mountain range], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 134. [Mountain range], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 135. [Three women sitting, one man and one woman standing], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 136. [A man and two women standing, women holding flowers], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 137. [Mountain range, with double image developed with legs of individuals visible], 8 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 138. [Out of focus mountain range], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white, ink stain at upper right. 139. [Mountain range], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 140. [Mountains], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 141. [Man standing in forest], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 142. [Two people at top of rock, with rope running through centre of image], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 143. [Mountain range], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 144. [Four women standing, with mountain in back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 145. [Mountain], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 146. [Mountain in back, cabin to left], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 147. [People sitting and eating at picnic tables, with tents and trees in back], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 148. [Group of people standing, with mountains in back], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 149. [Group of people, majority looking up to the left, with mountains on the right], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 150. [Mountains perfectly reflected in lake, with trees surrounding], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 151. [Mountains with snow], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 152. [Group of people in shrubbery, with tents on right and trees in back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 153. [Mountains], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 154. [Waterfall], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 155. [Group of people sitting around campfire, smoke on right, mountains and forest in back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 156. [Man sitting with mountain range in back, double exposed image of two people standing, one with rope, is visible], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 157. [Tent with tree in middle, man sitting on left and man standing on right], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 158. [Mountain, lake, and tree on left], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 159. [Person on right in foreground, two people on left, mountains in back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 160. [Boat at dock, and mountains at back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 161. [Two women sitting with building and mountains in back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 162. [Large group, with tent and large tree], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 163. [Group standing at base of mountain], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 164. [Person standing at water, with mountain behind and trees surrounding], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 165. [Woman standing in field, with trees around and to left], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 166. [Mountains], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 167. [Group of people standing and sitting on dock, group of people sitting on boat, trees in back], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 168. [Group of people sitting on hill, looking into valley, with trees in back], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 169. [Mountains], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 170. [Rock by water, two men off to left], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 171. [Person standing at top of rock, in rock field], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 172. [Water with trees surrounding and in background], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 173. [Snow], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 174. [Man standing next to crevasse], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 175. [Three people smiling, one on right with flowers], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 176. [Mountains], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 177. [People surrounded by rock, mountain in back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 178. [Group walking along railway track], 6.5 x 10.5 cm, black and white. 179. [Two people standing, with foliage], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 180. [Group of people standing with climbing sticks on rock, poor quality image], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 181. [Group climbing on rock], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 182. [Group climbing on rock], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 183. [Person climbing], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 184. [Man standing by river, mountain in back], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 185. [Group sitting at base of rock], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 186. [Woman standing on rock], 10.5 x 6.5 cm, black and white. 187. [Group posed, sitting on rock, with mountains in back], 13.5 x 8.5 cm, black and white, written on back in pencil, “M. Gold Annette Buck Cyril Wates?” 188. [Conrad Kain and Margaret Gold Brine, 1924], 11.5 x 7 cm, black and white, caption written on back in pencil. 189. “Rex Gibson Miss Gold Cyril Wates?”, caption written on back in pencil, 13 x 8 cm, black and white.
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Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 24 prints (PA 190-214).
Reference Code
V105 / PA- 4
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Photograph Prints
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
V105 / PA- 4
Physical Description
24 photographs: prints, b&w.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
File consists of 24 prints (PA 190-214).
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Assiniboine
Mountaineering
Content Details
In folder marked “Switzerland.” 190. [Three men and a woman standing on rock], 14 x 8 cm, black and white, matt finish. 191. [Man and woman sitting on rock], 14 x 8 cm, black and white, matt finish. 192. [Men standing on right of street, arch above], 11 x 7 cm, black and white, matt finish. 193. [Woman sitting next to pole], 11 x 7 cm, cm, black and white, matt finish. 194. [Woman and man standing next to pole], 11 x 7 cm, black and white, matt finish. 195. [Group standing next to pole], 14 x 8 cm, black and white, matt finish. 196. [Three men and a woman standing on rock], 11 x 7 cm, black and white, matt finish. 197. [Person in snow with ice axe], 12 x 8.75 cm, black and white, matt finish. 198. [Street with “Hotel Moderne and mountain in back], 17 x 12.5, black and white, matt finish, “where is this?” written on back in pencil. 199. [Rural town on hill], 19 x 12 cm, black and white, matt finish. 200. [Valley with small cabin on right], 19 x 12 cm, black and white, matt finish, “a pretty picture where is it?” written on back in pencil. 201. [Three people standing on rock], 18.25 x 14 cm, black and white, matt finish. 202. [Three people standing on rock], 18.25 x 14 cm, black and white, matt finish. 203. “post-lunch ease and contentment Wapta Camp M. Gold” written on back in pencil, 14.5 x 9 cm, black and white, matt finish. 204. [Woman Margaret? standing on rock with mountains and forest in back], 25 x 16 cm, black and white, matt finish. 205. [Professional photograph of a woman], 17 x 12 cm, black and white, matt finish, “”Mrs. C. A. Brine 9701-111 St. Edmonton” written on back in pencil. 206. [Photograph of camp with large tent as seen in some previous images. Large group of individuals gathered around campfire, mountain to left and trees in back], 18 x 24 cm, black and white, matt finish, “359, 384 February” written in red pen on back. 207. [Person leaning over, standing on large rock], 11.5 x 19 cm, black and white, matt finish. 208. [Three people in distance, mountain in back], 17 x 12 cm, black and white, matt finish. 209. [Two people climbing in snow], 19 x 12 cm, black and white, matt finish. 210. [Two people climbing in snow], 17 x 12 cm, black and white, matt finish. 211. “Quesnell hut opening 1926? Feb 27” written on back in pencil, 10 x 15.5 cm, black and white. 212. [Group of people posed for photograph], 15.5 x 20.75, black and white, “Dr. Bulyea 2nd from right in front” written on back in pencil. 213. “Lake Magog and Mt. Assiniboine Banff National Park”, 20 x 25 cm, black and white. 214. [Two teepees at base of mountains, person sitting outside], 18 x 28.5 cm, black and white, matt finish, photographer’s stamp on back.
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Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
Album measures 22 x 29 cm, it is textured and black with “Photographs” embossed in gold on cover. 14 prints: images pertain to Mount Assiniboine trip ca. 1925. Approx. half of album is empty.
Date Range
ca. 1925
Reference Code
V105 / PD- 1
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Photograph Albums
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
V105 / PD- 1
Date Range
ca. 1925
Physical Description
1 photograph album: b&w.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
Album measures 22 x 29 cm, it is textured and black with “Photographs” embossed in gold on cover. 14 prints: images pertain to Mount Assiniboine trip ca. 1925. Approx. half of album is empty.
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Assiniboine
Mountaineering
Title Source
Supplied title.
Content Details
The pictures are glued in, mounted on black construction paper. Photographs measure 14.75 x 23 cm. Images consist of a group of five sitting, scenery and mountain images, climbing images, group shot with cairn, woman inside a tree. Duplicate images in different sizes between PD- 1 and PD- 2.
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Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Scope & Content
Album measures 17.5 x 27.5 cm, it is black with worn edges and “Photographs” embossed in yellow on cover. 127 prints: images pertain to Mount Assiniboine trip ca. 1925.
Date Range
ca. 1925
Reference Code
V105 / PD- 2
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Margaret Gold Brine fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
Photograph Albums
Accession Number
7746
Reference Code
V105 / PD- 2
Date Range
ca. 1925
Physical Description
1 photograph album: b&w.
History / Biographical
Margaret Gold Brine, 1898-1985, born in Fort Langley, B.C. was educated at the University of Alberta earning her Master's in languages. She taught at the University of Alberta from 1924 to ca.1928. She married Charles Brine in 1928. Margaret Gold Brine climbed in the Canadian Rockies and the Alps with ascents that included Mount Edmonton, Mount Assiniboine, Mount Robson and Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.
Scope & Content
Album measures 17.5 x 27.5 cm, it is black with worn edges and “Photographs” embossed in yellow on cover. 127 prints: images pertain to Mount Assiniboine trip ca. 1925.
Subject Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Mount Assiniboine
Mountaineering
Title Source
Supplied title.
Content Details
The pictures are glued in, mounted on black construction paper. Photographs vary in size including: 12.5 x 9.5 cm, 11 x 6.75 cm, 7 x 11 cm, 7.5 x 6 cm, 8.5 x 14 cm. Images consist of landscape and mountain images, camp images, group shots, climbing images, group image with cairn, . 1 loose photograph inserted 3/4 way through album. Several photographs are lifting. Duplicate images in different sizes between PD- 1 and PD- 2.
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