Farewell
This is a bittersweet day: I am saying goodbye to History in Photos. I've been at this for five years and have put a lot of time and effort into finding historical photos that - to me, and hopefully to you - are interesting, educational, and have something to say about the human condition. Other priorities are now calling, but it has been a vastly interesting - and occasionally obsessive - journey for me. I never did this for page views but I hope it has been interesting for you as well. 

I end, somewhat symbolically, with the final set of photos from the 1954 road trip taken by the four Canadian ladies.

Audrey James and Marg Thompson with a dog in the back 
of a truck, De Winton, Alberta, August 12, 1954
  
Helen Salkeld, Anna Brown, Audrey James, Rosemary Gilliat and the 
Thompson family stopping for lunch, Kananaskis, Alberta, August 15, 1954
 
Billy Thompson and Helen Salkeld, Kananaskis, Alberta, August 15, 1954
 
Anna Brown in the Rockies, Kananaskis Road, Alberta, August 15, 1954
 
Rain, Fraser Canyon, British Columbia, August 19, 1954
 
Helen Salkeld eating in her tent near Fraser River, British Columbia, August 19, 1954
 
Anna Brown and Rosemary Gilliat writing and reading by candlelight 
at a camp near Fraser River, British Columbia, August 19, 1954
 
Anna Brown eating by a tent at a camp site in Garibaldi 
Provincial Park, British Columbia, August 23, 1954
 
Pipe band playing on ferry near Bowen Island, 
Howe Sound, British Columbia, August 21, 1954
 
After the rain all belongings are spread out to dry in 
Garibaldi Provincial Park, British Columbia, August 25, 1954
 
Helen Salkeld and Anna Brown erecting tents near 
Copper Mountain, British Columbia, August 27, 1954
 
Anna Brown and Rosemary Gilliat erecting a tent, 
possibly Belmont Lake, Ontario, September 5, 1954
 
 Source: BiblioArchives/LibraryArchives Canada