Mount Stephen House C.P.R.,Field B.C. c.1898: 1901.0033

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 arrow Field arrow Buildings arrow Mount Stephen Housearrow
Cities arrow Field arrow Businesses arrow Hotels, Motels, Boarding Houses arrow Mount Stephen Housearrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Companies arrow Canadian Pacific Railwayarrow
Physical Features arrow Mountains arrow Mount Stephenarrow

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