Penticton, BC

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Dick [Chambers] - For enlarging - ground

Photographs of San Francisco near Cliff House, a bridge, coastline, a seagull, and Okanagan Lake. Envelope caption reads: "Dick [Chambers] - For enlarging - ground".

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003: "S[an] F[rancisco] near Cliff House - Oct[ober 19]57"
004: "Breakers at Cliff House - S[an] F[rancisco] - Oct[ober 1957] - Finex"
006: "Seagull - July 14 [19]52"
007: "View east across end of Okanagan Lake - Penticton - Aug[ust] 20 [19]52 - [?]"

Summerland Rd.

Postcard labelled "Summerland Rd." sent from Jack Jardine to his mother, Lizzie Neiland. On the front of the card is a black and white photograph of Summerland Road, with an automobile driving along it. There are high cliffs on one side of the road and a flat expanse (possibly a lake or a field) on the other.

On the back of the card is a handwritten message from "Jack" to his mother at Mile 34 1/2. He mentions his siblings Bob and Jenny. There is a purple three-cent Canadian stamp in the top right corner. The card is postmarked August 15 1944 in Penticton, British Columbia.

Vancouver - Calgary by Rail (Easter 1929)

Photographs of Mt. Assiniboine; West Summerland Valley; Chain Lake; Kettle Valley Railway, Penticton; Big Trestle K.V.R.; West Kootenay Power Point, Bonnington BC; Nelson; Kootenay Lake; Kootenay Landing; The Great Divide, Crow's Nest Pass; Cranbrook; Silent Pass, Fernie; C.P.R. Depot at Crow's Nest, Coleman, Alberta; Ludbreek Falls, Alberta; view of Turtle Mountain and the Frank Slide; Crow's Nest Mountain; street views of downtown Calgary; Banff bridge; zoo visit; Bow Valley; Hot Springs; Mt. Rundle from Mt. Norquay Ski Camp; Mt. Edith; ski mountaineering with Mt. Norquay Ski Camp; skiing from Mt. Norquay hut; Cascade from Banff; houses in Banff; rail bridges and tracks; and The Great Divide peak sign.