"Dalles" is a name derived from the French "dalle", a flagstone and given by the French-Canadian voyageurs to deep chasms in rocks forming narrow passages for rivers. The word is applied by them to the trough itself, lined with rocky slabs. (Extract taken from the description on the reverse of the card.)
Photographer and publisher unknown, c.1900.
Good condition with full description on the reverse of the card. Color tinted.
Measures 7 x 3.5 inches and weighs 0.3 oz.