Actually they did carry a camera, and they took a few photos,
very few. Royal gave me one. It's in black and white, of Layton,
near the top. I'd have to dig around for it, but it's here somewhere.
It probably needs a good scan. I might possibly have used it
in Spirit of the Age, can't right now recall....
Not that it's real important, but I was the leader of their
support party, at age 16, haha. Paul Mayrose, Bob Bradley, and others
were there, though Layton and Royal needed no support party (except
as a national park technicality). I watched the entire one-day ascent.
It was a marvelous display of competence by perhaps the best team
in the country at the time. This was before nuts and Friends, so everything
was a piton, taking much longer. With today's modern gear they might
well have made the route in three or four hours....
This was 1963, although in the original Beyond the Vertical Royal's write-up has it as '64, a small error.