(1906-1986) From New York state, Georgia Engelhard, a wildlife painter and outdoors-person, was an art student in college who early focused on painting and then abandoned that pursuit for photography. She became an avid mountain climber, an activity encouraged when she was a young woman, age 20, and climbed Mount Rainier with her father. Later, with her family she did mountain climbing in the Canadian Rockies and Pinnacle Mountain in Georgia, and during her adult life she did much mountain climbing alone. In the early 1930s, she did over thirty ascents in the Rocky and Selkirk Mountains and also began climbing in Europe. There as well as in the Canadian Rockies her companion was Eaton "Tony" Cromwell, whom she married in 1947.