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Baltzly, Benjamin F.

Benjamin Baltzly was born in 1835 at Sugar Creek, in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, and arrived in Montreal shortly after the end of the American Civil War. Hired by William Notman in June 1868, he accompanied the GSC in its exploration of the North Thompson River. He remained in the employ of the Notman studios until 1877. From 1879 to 1882 he worked for Pack Bros. in Cambridge, Massachusetts. There, in December 1882, he purchased a studio that he ran until his death on July 10, 1883.

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South shore of Kamloops Lake, opposite Battle Bluff, BC, 1871 (I-69942.1)

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South shore of Kamloops Lake, opposite Battle Bluff, BC, 1871
Benjamin F. Baltzly
1871, 19th century
I-69942.1

Tranquille Mills, Kamloops Lake, BC, 1871 (I-69933)

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Tranquille Mills, Kamloops Lake, BC, 1871
Benjamin F. Baltzly
1871, 19th century
I-69933

Geological Survey party at Canoe River, North Thompson River, BC, 1871 (I-69993.1)

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Geological Survey party at Canoe River, North Thompson River, BC, 1871
Benjamin F. Baltzly
1871, 19th century
I-69993.1