Tunnel Mountain, viewed from the Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, 1947
- Tunnel Mountain, viewed from the Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, 1947
- West, H. H. (Henry Hebard), 1872-1958
- Date Created
- June 29, 1947
- No linguistic content
- West (H. H.) Collection
According to the negative sleeve, this set of photographs is captured in color. The scans of these images are in black and white.
Photograph of Tunnel Mountain in Banff National Park, as viewed from a rooftop at the Banff Springs Hotel. The buildings and grounds of the Banff Springs Hotel stretch across the foreground and mid-ground. A veranda atop a portion of the building juts into frame at left. Beyond and below it, the hotel's pool (partial view) is visible at left. Hotel guests stand around the pool in the near distance at left and center. From the pool area, the hotel grounds, including a walking path, extend along the bottom edge and towards the right. Beyond the hotel grounds, Banff National Park stretches into the distance. Tunnel Mountain rises just beyond the pool area, left-of-center. Surrounding mountains rise behind it and the Bow River Valley stretches into the distance at right. Four punched holes line the bottom edge at right.
- 1 photographic negative
- b&w nitrate negative
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