Priest with group of girls being confirmed

Girls and priest on the front steps of the Lourdes Hospital. At this time Catholic Church services were held at the chapel in the hospital which was run by the Sister's of St. Ann's.

Sportfishing in Campbell River

Movie actor Glenn Ford (centre) stands with his son Peter (right) and his fishing guide Mike Rippingale (left).

The new public boat ramp in use, Campbell River

View of the new public boat ramp at Tyee Spit being used.

The Centennial Building

This building originally housed both the Campbell River Museum and Archives as well as the Vancouver Island Library. Today it houses the Campbell River Art Gallery and Visitor Information Centre.

Lions Club Walkathon, Tyee Plaza

Bill Mathews (pointing), Walkathon organizer, giving instructions to walkers at the starting point at Tyee Plaza, 1971.

Building the Foreshore Park

Later known as the Robert V. Ostler Park fillng in a section of the waterfront area directly in front of the Island Highway.

July 1st parade, Campbell River

Bradley Creek Logging Co. truck participating in the July 1st parade. Van Isle Logging Equipment store visible in the background.

Quentin Dodd with his catch

Quentin Dodd of the Tyee Club with a catch of 32 ½ lb. Guide Stan Goodrich (not in photograph).

Campbell River school track and field race

Sports day event at the Campbell River Elementary, Junior Senior High School

Campbell River High School graduation class, 1965

St. Peter's Anglican Church 25th Anniversary

Rev. Canon Alan Greene, first incumbent; Mrs. Greene, and Canon T.D. Proctor.

Opening of the Campbell River Airport

Crawford's Store, the Quinsam Hotel, and Shelby's Barber Shop

Construction of the Quinsam Hotel began in 1917 by Mr. Tom Laffin, who then sold the incomplete hotel to Mr. Ken Bergstrom (known as 'Brannigan'). Brannigan owned the hotel for a few years before selling in 1924 to Jim English (known as 'the Bishop'), who was the owner at the...

A.N. Wolverton with fish

July 1st parade, Campbell River

View of the parade looking south down the Island Highway, towards the Willows Hotel. View also shows the waterfront and government wharf.

Drilling crew involved in project to destroy Ripple Rock

Photograph taken by local author Francis Dickie for use in an article he wrote about one of the attempts to remove Ripple Rock. Dickie's caption read: "Men of drilling crew: brave men who rode a continually active "sea-earth-quake" in the heart of perhaps the most dangerous tide...

View of Painter's Camp

View of the cabins at Painter's Lodge

Campbell River RCMP detachment

Al Weishlow presents secretary Prue Power with a farewell gift.

Forbes Landing Lodge viewed from Lower Campbell Lake

Left to right: Guest cabins, "Round House of 7 Bedrooms", and the Main Lodge.

Roderick Haig-Brown with Catch of 39lb Salmon

Campbell River "Indian Symposium", Dec. 1, 1965

Participants in symposium include: far right- Roderick Haig-Brown and second from left Carihi school principal John Young.

Catch of fish, Campbell River

Fishermen with their catch of salmon. Photograph taken on beach in front of the Willows Hotel - note the boardwalk running along the waterfront.

Installing the waterline along the Island Hwy at Campbellton

Working to install the waterline at the intersection of Island Highway and Peterson Road. The Terminal Café and Pioneer Bakery are visible.

Wharf, store and telegraph office, Campbell River

View looking down the wharf. Building on the right is the Campbell River Trading Co. Store operated by the Thulin Bros. and buiding on the right is the telegraph office. This photograph was taken

Shepard and Evans with catch