Mount Stephen House C.P.R.,Field B.C. c.1898: 1901.0033
1901.0033: Mount Stephen House C.P.R.,Field B.C. c.1898
Mount Stephen House was a hotel located in Field, British Columbia from 1886 to 1963. It was owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), and was a central feature of Yoho National Park. It was named for the eponymous Mount Stephen, which was named for a president of the CPR, George Stephen.
Medium: Photograph - Image
Date: Circa 1898
Source: P0337 Golden Museum
Collection: Golden Museum and Archives (1901)
Keywords:Mount Stephen House
Subjects:Cities Field Buildings Mount Stephen House
Cities Field Businesses Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses Mount Stephen House
Transportation Railways Companies Canadian Pacific Railway
Physical Features Mountains Mount Stephen
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