Lantern slides of photographs that chiefly document an expedition led by Samuel Prescott Fay in the northern Canadian Rockies from Jasper, Alberta, to Hudson's Hope, British Columbia, from June to November 1914. The expedition received financial support from the United States Bureau of Biological Survey to collect and record wildlife species in the region, as well as determine the northern range of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. The lantern slides were probably created to illustrate lectures delivered by Fay in 1915.
Canadian Rockies (B.C. and Alta.)--Pictorial works Smoky River (Alta.)--Pictorial works
United States--Bureau of Biological Survey
Photographs Slides (glass)
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Fay, Samuel Prescott, 1884-1971
Lantern slides of an expedition in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada
WA Photos 210
Yale Collection of Western Americana
Samuel Prescott Fay, Lantern Slides of an Expedition in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
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