Byron Harmon, 1924. Spectacular and iconic photograph of the lake with a teepee and man in the foreground. In 1924, to celebrate his 20th year of photographing in the Canadian Rockies, Harmon hiked, filmed and photographed the country along the Continental Divide to the Columbia Icefield. Hand colored photograph on paper. 9 3/4 x 15 5/8", in early gilt and board mats. Glued on the edges but not on the verso. Unsigned as far as we can see. Photograph in very good condition, top mat age discolored.
[with] Harmon's photographs in a set of 12 Postcards from Lake Louise in the Rockies, Canada issued by Canadian Pacific Railway. Banff, Alberta, Canada. Seven sepia split back postcards reproductions of photographs taken by Byron Harmon along the line of the Canadian Pacific Highway, bound in a booklet with green paper cover with gold lettering. Each card perforated at left edge with standard postcard backing. Each 3 1/2 by 5 inches intact. Very good condition. Item #27400