Gravel banks and columns, Tranquille River, 3 miles from its mouth Open in full size

Gravel banks and columns, Tranquille River, 3 miles from its mouth

Picture, 1871, English

Gravel banks and columns, Tranquille River, 3 miles from its mouth

Picture, 1871, English

Notes

Date created approximate: 9-12 August 1871
Photograph taken during Geological Survey of Canada expedition of British Columbia, led by Alfred R. C. Selwyn
Printed caption on verso: No. 69944 Gravel banks and Columns, and Mountain Scenery on Tranquille River, three miles from its mouth, B.C. 10 x 8
Sir William Logan was temporary director of the Geological Survey of Canada in 1871 while Selwyn (the new director) was in British Columbia on the survey during which this photograph was taken.

Publisher

William Notman

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Albumen print

Extent

175 x 235 mm.

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Call Number / Accession Number

928-2-14