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[1915]
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Accession No.
20151083540
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of Jack Hazzard's Waterton Hotel on main street
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of Jack Hazzard's Waterton Hotel on main street
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Home of Steve and Marjorie Harwood

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Date Range
[1915]
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Accession No.
20151083545
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of Waterton home of Steve and Marjorie Harwood. The house is still in extistance on Evergreen Avenue.+
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of Waterton home of Steve and Marjorie Harwood. The house is still in extistance on Evergreen Avenue.+
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20151083545
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John George "Kootenai" Brown

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Date Range
[1914]
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Item
Accession No.
20151083192
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of John George "Kootenai" Brown, first forest ranger in charge of Waterton Lakes National Park.
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Date Range
[1914]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of John George "Kootenai" Brown, first forest ranger in charge of Waterton Lakes National Park.
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20151083192
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[1916]
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20151083341
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of Flathead Valley showing three buildings at an unidentified oil camp.
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Date Range
[1916]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of Flathead Valley showing three buildings at an unidentified oil camp.
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20151083341
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[1915]
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20151083342
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson at a backcountry camp in the North Kootenay Pass. This couple were likely clients on Harwood's hunting trips.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson at a backcountry camp in the North Kootenay Pass. This couple were likely clients on Harwood's hunting trips.
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20151083342
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[1915]
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20151083343
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of dead Mallard Ducks, a hunting dog and a rifle at an unknown location.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of dead Mallard Ducks, a hunting dog and a rifle at an unknown location.
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20151083343
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Camping in Waterton Lakes National Park.

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Date Range
[1915]
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Accession No.
20151083344
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of four unidentified people in front of two tents which were used for camping in Waterton Lakes National Park.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of four unidentified people in front of two tents which were used for camping in Waterton Lakes National Park.
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20151083344
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Main Street in Waterton Townsite

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Date Range
[1915]
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Accession No.
20151083345
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of Main Street in Waterton Lakes National Park's townsite. Although the original album labels this photos as having been taken in 1912, this is incorrect as the hotel in the background was enlarged in 1914. The building in the foreground may have been one of the first accommodations in the par…
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of Main Street in Waterton Lakes National Park's townsite. Although the original album labels this photos as having been taken in 1912, this is incorrect as the hotel in the background was enlarged in 1914. The building in the foreground may have been one of the first accommodations in the park.
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20151083345
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[1915]
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Accession No.
20151083346
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of looking into Bovey Pass toward Kind Edward Mountain in British Columbia.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of looking into Bovey Pass toward Kind Edward Mountain in British Columbia.
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20151083346
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[1915]
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Accession No.
20151083347
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of unidentified mountain location.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of unidentified mountain location.
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20151083347
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[1915]
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Accession No.
20151083348
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of unidentified mountain location showing Mount Thompson on the left.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of unidentified mountain location showing Mount Thompson on the left.
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20151083348
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20151083349
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of Kintla Lake, Montana, looking north.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of Kintla Lake, Montana, looking north.
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20151083349
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20151083350
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of unidentified mountain water fall.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of unidentified mountain water fall.
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20151083350
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20151083351
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of coyote laying in the snow.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of coyote laying in the snow.
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20151083351
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Accession No.
20151083352
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of men cutting wood at the Harwood Ranch using a cutting machine.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of men cutting wood at the Harwood Ranch using a cutting machine.
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20151083352
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1916
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Accession No.
20151083381
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of men packing horses before heading home.
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Date Range
1916
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of men packing horses before heading home.
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20151083381
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[1915]
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Accession No.
20151083404
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of Upper Waterton Valley with early townsite in the middle ground.
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Date Range
[1915]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of Upper Waterton Valley with early townsite in the middle ground.
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20151083404
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Date Range
[1919]
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Accession No.
20151083405
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of hunter's camp on the North Kootenay Pass.
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Date Range
[1919]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of hunter's camp on the North Kootenay Pass.
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20151083405
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Date Range
[1919]
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Accession No.
20151083406
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of unidentified man at a creek.
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Date Range
[1919]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of unidentified man at a creek.
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20151083406
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy ThompsonXXX

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Date Range
[1919]
Description Level
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Accession No.
20151083407
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Scope and Content
View of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson on horseback. The Thompsons were clients of Pop Harwood's.
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Date Range
[1919]
Description Level
Item
Creator
Harwood Family
Physical Description
Black and white photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Arthur "Pop" Harwood came to Waterton Lakes National Park circa 1914 where he was employed in a variety of jobs before becoming the postmaster, a position he held until the 1950s. He had one son, Stephen, who was an avid photographer and outdoorsman who became a mechanic with the park, married and raised one son, Marvin. See fond description for more detail.
Scope and Content
View of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson on horseback. The Thompsons were clients of Pop Harwood's.
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20151083407
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