(February 1, 1900 - October 31, 1993) was a prominent Canadian nature author and poet. Additionally, she was renowned for her work as a feminist, politician, historian and photojournalist. The photographs in the Gilean Douglas Fonds
, housed in the Rare Books and Special Collections of the University of British Columbia Library, provide viewers with a unique perspective on the author's life and work, and also serve as valuable primary materials for those interested in studying the time periods and locations in which they were taken.
This digital collection is comprised of select photographs from the album "Roadtrip 1923/1924 (2)". These photographs chronicle Douglas' road trip through the U.S states of Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Texas, as well as unidentified parts of Mexico.