Harry McClure Johnson

Harry McClure Johnson (May 13, 1886 - March 29, 1932) was Chicago lawyer and member of the firm of Offend, Bulkley, Poole and Scott.wikipedia
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Priscilla Paetsch

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3 mos.), Sarah Jane (2 1/2 yrs.), and Priscilla (4 months old).
Priscilla McClure Johnson was born in Evanston, Illinois, United States, on 18 November 1931, her parents were Harry McClure Johnson (1886–1932) a prominent Chicago Attorney and Helena Modjeska Chase (1900–1986) an artist.

Crown Mountain (Vancouver Island, British Columbia)

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Later a party of nine scaled the Crown Mountain (Vancouver Island, British Columbia).
The crew included Ellison's 20-year-old daughter, Myra King Ellison, who was first to set foot on the peak, as well as Colonel William Holmes, J. Twaddle, A.L. Hudson, Harry McClure Johnson (a cousin of Myra's), Charles Haslam, James Hasworth and Frank Ward.

Albert Tilford Johnson

They had 3 children: Elizabeth M. (Johnson) Scales in 1883, Harry McClure Johnson in 1886 and Albert "Bert" Tilford, Jr. in 1888.

Princeton University

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After he graduated from Princeton University in 1907, he studied law at Northwestern University Law School.

Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law

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After he graduated from Princeton University in 1907, he studied law at Northwestern University Law School.

Bachelor of Laws

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There he received the degree of LLB (the Latin abbreviation of Legum Baccalaureus, also known as the Bachelor of Laws) in 1910.

Alpine Club of Canada

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As a life member of the Alpine Club of Canada he climbed Mount Robson, and Mount Assiniboine in the Canadian Rockies.

Mount Robson

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As a life member of the Alpine Club of Canada he climbed Mount Robson, and Mount Assiniboine in the Canadian Rockies.

Mount Assiniboine

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As a life member of the Alpine Club of Canada he climbed Mount Robson, and Mount Assiniboine in the Canadian Rockies.

Canadian Rockies

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As a life member of the Alpine Club of Canada he climbed Mount Robson, and Mount Assiniboine in the Canadian Rockies.

Price Ellison

In 1910 Harry McClure and his cousin Myra King Ellison and her father Price Ellison (Chief Commissioner of Lands) and 20 others went on as expedition to Vancouver Island in Canada with a goal to find a potential for a park in the island centre. He rode horses in Oklahoma Valley, Vernon, British Columbia, and on his Uncle Price Ellison's Ranch.

Campbell River, British Columbia

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The team left the town of Campbell River, British Columbia and travelled inland up the Campbell River to the Upper Campbell Lake.

British Columbia

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Following the ascent, the party continued down Butte Lake in British Columbia, up to Price Creek and wound up at the Port Alberni. On 7 August 1912 he and his cousin climbed Mount Little which is on the border between Alberta and British Columbia.

Port Alberni

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Following the ascent, the party continued down Butte Lake in British Columbia, up to Price Creek and wound up at the Port Alberni.

Strathcona Provincial Park

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This expedition led to the 1911 opening of the first park in British Columbia called Strathcona Provincial Park.

Mount Little

On 7 August 1912 he and his cousin climbed Mount Little which is on the border between Alberta and British Columbia.

Alberta

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On 7 August 1912 he and his cousin climbed Mount Little which is on the border between Alberta and British Columbia.

Mountain

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He took many photos of these mountains.

Vernon, British Columbia

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He rode horses in Oklahoma Valley, Vernon, British Columbia, and on his Uncle Price Ellison's Ranch.

Influenza

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He died at the age of 46 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where he was visiting his mother (Elizabeth "Gaga" Breading Mcilvaine Johnson), from a sudden attack of influenza which developed into pneumonia.

Pneumonia

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He died at the age of 46 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where he was visiting his mother (Elizabeth "Gaga" Breading Mcilvaine Johnson), from a sudden attack of influenza which developed into pneumonia.

Helena Modjeska Chase

His wife Helena Modjeska Chase Johnson, (who was then only 31 1/2 years old), remained a widow for over 33 years ( from 1932 till 1965).

Widow

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His wife Helena Modjeska Chase Johnson, (who was then only 31 1/2 years old), remained a widow for over 33 years ( from 1932 till 1965).

Integrity

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In his personal life Mr. Johnson's outstanding traits were his unyielding Integrity and his helpful and unfailing Loyalty to his friends.

Loyalty

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In his personal life Mr. Johnson's outstanding traits were his unyielding Integrity and his helpful and unfailing Loyalty to his friends.