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A. Parks had been impatiently awaiting the end of World War I to resume his field work in the dinosaur graveyard along the Badlands in the Red Deer River valley of Alberta. He was able to mount his first expedition in the last year of the war, and thereafter year by year to continue the astounding discoveries of new species that were to make the Royal Ontario Museum's dinosaur collection among the greatest in North America. Dinosaur bones and other fossils had been found by members of the Geological Survey of Canada as early as 1884 in the valley of the Red Deer River.
Langmuir, a manufacturer in Toronto, and his wife and daughter; and the daughter's friend, a Miss Scott. A dahabiyah was hired and they made a journey up the Nile, stopping at places of interest like Luxor for a visit to the Valleys of the Kings and Queens. Miss Scott kept a diary which has now found its way into the archives of the Royal Ontario Museum. She and her friend found the journey exciting, as well they might with such an experienced guide and so good a raconteur. Dining on deck in the moonlight, while watching the monuments of past ages rising against the night sky, was an experience ideal for recording in the diary of a leisurely journey.
Attendance figures picked up as Toronto became a leave centre for troops. The collections grew by gifts, donations, and exchanges, and by the spring of 1918 field work began again. 5 The Age of Innocence W hat saved the Museum in its early days of financial stringency was the benefactors. Sir Edmund Walker had led the way, not only in backing Charles Currelly but also in the gifts he continually contributed to all the museums, though chiefly to the Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology where his own special interests as a collector lay.
101 Dalmations - Rhyme Time