The Great Divide, a memorial erected to Sir James Hector in Yoho National Park in British Columbia, is featured in this image from the NY Times Canadian Archive, taken in August, year unknown. Hector, a geologist from Scotland, was part of the Palliser Expedition that explored the Canadian Rockies in search of new routes for the national railway. Legend has it Hector was kicked by a horse during the expedition and presumed dead. A monument was constructed prematurely in his honour to mark his grave. Ever heard of Kicking Horse Pass? That's how it got its name.