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Historic Harmons Building in Banff

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Banff Avenue

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Byron Harmon

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Aileen Harmon

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Don Harmon, Feeding the Deer

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Early Harmon House

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Banff Avenue - Winter Carnaval Parade

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Brewster Buses in Front of Harmons Building

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Harmons Building, 1917

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Harmons Building, after 1920

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The Harmons Building After 1920

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Building Information


Byron Harmon moved to Banff in 1903-1904. In 1906 he opened his first photo studio in the Mackay & Dippie Building located on Block 2 Lot 4, 108 Banff A venue. Mr. Mackay & Mr. Dippie built this building in 1904. They were taxidermists/furriers from Calgary. Byron Harmon sub-leased part of their building for his first photo studio.

SOURCES: Whyte Museum Date File; Parks Canada RG84-A-2-a Central Registry Series Microfilm #T9478; Parks Canada Lease Card Collection; Crag & Canyon Newspaper- April27, 1966; Photos.