Apart from her travels in Canada and Britain, the images in the collection depict Gwendolen Marjorie Howard's journeys to other countries, including Bermuda, Germany, and France. The earliest of these trips was to Dresden, where Marjorie lived and attended Highfield school between 1894 and 1897. While attending boarding school in England from 1897 to 1899, it appears she visited the continent in 1898. Several of the photographs in the collection labelled as being of Paris in 1898 include her Montreal friends, the Cloustons, as well as schoolmates from her English school. Members of the Clouston family also appear in a series of photographs taken in Italy in 1901 and 1902. While Marjorie does not appear in any of these Paris and Italy photos, it is likely that she captured the images.

Marjorie also spent a holiday in Bermuda in 1902. The photographs not only document where she stayed, but some of the friends she made while there, including a number of officers from the Royal Navy cruiser HMS Crescent. One of those sailors, named Lyon, appears in other photographs taken on Île d'Orléans, where he visited Marjorie and the Porteous family when his ship was docked at Quebec City.

Marjorie's last destination outside of Britain and Canada depicted in the collection was Dr William Osler's house in Baltimore, Maryland. A professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine between 1889 and 1905, Dr Osler and his family were close friends with the Howard children, especially Marjorie. As such, Marjorie visited them several times in Baltimore before they moved to Oxford In 1905. After 1902, her trips to Baltimore also allowed Marjorie to visit her brother Campbell who was a medical student at Johns Hopkins.

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