A black and white photograph of the Red Deer River in Alberta. The river can be seen in the upper right-hand corner in between the two rows of rock outcrops or breaks. These outcrops contain layers of sedimentary rock. Taken about three miles south of Steveville in Alberta, Canada, the breaks appear on both sides of the Red Deer River. The badlands surrounding the river are rocky and uneven. The valley directly surrounding the river is flatter and has vegetation and trees.
black and white photograph
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Copyright University Archives, Fort Hays State University
Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "012-03: Red Deer River in Alberta, Canada, near Steveville" (1913). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 38.
Looking up the Red Deer river from a point about 3 miles south of Steveville. Showing brakes [sic] [breaks] on both sides of the river. (23931 - July 29-13)