Photograph depicting Agnes Vaille of the Colorado Mountain Club resting in a bank of snow on a trail probably near Notchtop Mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park. She has snowshoes on her feet. Other Club members are skiing behind her. This photo was probably shot by George Harvey, Jr. during a Colorado Mountain Club trip circa 1923. Agnes W. Vaille (1890-1925) was born in Massachusetts, but spent most of her life in Denver, Colo. Vaille was a Red Cross Canteen volunteer in France and Germany during and after World War I, from 1918-1919. After leaving Europe she came back to Denver, Colo. where she worked for the Denver Chamber of Commerce. Vaille was also an avid member of the Colorado Mountain Club and climbed numerous peaks above fourteen thousand feet. She died on Longs Peak after reaching the summit via the eastern face during the winter months, a feat never before accomplished by a woman. Harvey was heavily involved with the Colorado Mountain Club, which was formed in 1912 with twenty-five charter members. The group led organized hikes and climbs around Colorado, advocated for wilderness protection and preservation, and lobbied for the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park. George Harvey, Jr. served the Club in a number of capacities; he acted on the Board of Directors from 1913-1922, Vice President in 1920, President 1921-circa 1922, and on the Outing Committee from 1913-1915, 1917-1918, and 1920. Harvey's involvement with the Club post-1923 is unknown. Part of the George Harvey, Jr. photograph albums (Ph.00094).