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Gray, William J. Black Tusk
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Garibaldi Park

Photographs of Garibaldi Provincial Park, including but are not limited to ski touring, mountaineering, snowshoeing, photography, camping, scenery, a floatplane on a lake, a plaque in memory of William J. Gray (first ascended Black Tusk in 1912), and park signs.

Negatives are either coded with "BGR" or "BGZ" and a number from 1-72.
Negatives were originally in an Agfa roll film packages labelled "Garibaldi" and also indicated what codes were in the package.
These packages were found in a folder labelled "Garibaldi Park".

Garibaldi Park B.C.

File contains 1 large print of 10 photographs of Garibaldi Park that include hiking and a plaque for William J. Gray.

Each photograph has label with code "BGR" and a respective number that ranges from 24-36.

The back has various labels that correspond with a photo: "Garibaldi Park B.C."; "trail in or out - Main Trail + new excellent opp mt. 12 1/2 % grade - 1 in 8"; "Panorama Ridge | Garibaldi Lake"; "face of barrier"; and "on Pana Tusk in distance". Also has 2 stamps of Fenner's address at the time: "1010 Keith Road West Vancouver, B.C.".