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Item : MAP 52 - Contour map showing surveyed lots, notes on vegetation and routes traveled on mountaineering expeditions

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Contour map showing surveyed lots, notes on vegetation and routes traveled on mountaineering expeditions

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  • Statements of responsibility: A. T. Dalton

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AM1594-: MAP 52

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  • [192-], Nov. 11, 1941 (Creation)

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1 map : diazotype, annotations ; 64 x 102 cm + 1 composite photograph

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Item is a copy of a topographical map with annotations regarding logged areas around the northern end of Jervis Inlet and Princess Louisa Inlet. This copy has been used as a base map to shows climbing routes traveled to the summits of Albert Mountain, Mount Tinniswood, Mount George Edwards, Mount Alexander, Mount Victoria and Mount Alfred on expeditions between 1929 and 1941. The photograph shows A. T. Dalton standing on Matthews Glacier overlooking Dawn Glacier, Mount Tinniswood, Duane Peak, Mount Casement and Mount Albert.

The annotations add topography to areas blank on the base map, as well as indicating climbing routes, dates, and notes on geography and topograhy. The annotations are attested and dated by A.T. Dalton.

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A photographic copy of a composite photograph has been glued to the top of the map. The map has been backed with linen.

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Copyright: A.T. Dalton; expiry: not determined.

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Unable to determine death date for A.T. Dalton (death likely not in Canada).





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  • Box: 271-01-04