Caption on front in ink: "Mt. Baker and Roosevelt Glacier" and "Engberg" A hiking party of five standing at the edge of the glacier looking toward Mt. Baker. One woman is wearing a long dress and leans on a walking stick.
The middlegound and foreground also have large snow patches. In the immediate left forground are tree trunks with no needles or leaves that look dead; to the right of them are groups of healthy fir trees.
Identical to photo gb3511 but slightly clearer. View of snow-covered, glaciated Mount Baker. possibly from Chowder Ridge or Skyline Divide. In the foreground a forest of fir trees. Twin Sisters are to the right of Mount Baker.
Caption on front in ink: "Copyright 1909 By H. Engberg Bellingham Wash". Possibly taken from the Easton Glacier on the south side of the mountain. Dense fir forest in the foreground and rocky outcrops on both sides in the middleground.
Back caption: "A camping party visited skyline Ridge near Mount Baker during the winter of 1915. The road was completed a short distance east of Galcier at the time and campers packed in from there. -- photo courtesy of Mary Larrabee Bourque."