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Arthur Conan Doyle Tour of Canada, album 47 [graphic material] 

File consists of


June, 1914

Place of creation


1 album (242 photographs) : b&w prints.

Scope and content

Album contains photographs taken which relate to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's tour of Canada, and visit to Jasper National Park, in 1914. Included are views of prominent buildings in Ottawa, Ontario, Winnipeg, Manitoba and Edmonton, Alberta; various scenes along the route of the Grand Trunk Railway in Alberta and British Columbia; Jasper National Park; Maligne River and Canyon; and a tour through the Rocky Mountains. Photographs by William James Topley.

Graphic (photo)
90: Open
90: Open
Other accession no.
1939-460 PIC

Terms of use

Copyright: Expired.

An item-level caption list is included on the inside front cover of the album. (Paper)

Biography / Administrative history

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes and author of many novels and historical works, in his later years became interested in spiritualism and lectured and wrote a number of books on the subject. He held strong views on the evidence for spiritual communication.

Additional information

Source of title
Title based on the contents of the album.

Related materials
The negatives for these prints are located in the Topley Studio Fonds, Acc. No. 1936-270 (Topley negative numbers 3626-3855) or in the Department of the Interior Collection (PIC Acc. No. 1936-271).

Subject heading

Travel Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir, 1859-1930 Canada.


Related control no.

1939-460 NPC