Ken Forde (left), in front of his place of business

July 1st parade, Campbell River

Fred Nunns on right on his porch in Campbellton

Frederick Nuuns (man on right) obtained land along the Campbell River in 1887 and is considered one of the Campbell River's first non-native settlers.

Marion Slocum

Three young children - Maggie Henderson on left

Mary Quocksister's Potlatch House

This potlatch house owned by Mary Quocksister was the last potlatch house on the Campbell River.

Construction of the John Hart Dam

Brownies celebrate Easter at the Lourdes Hospital, 1950

Campbell River Fire Department

Left to right: Top - Bill McIntosh, Rolf Haig, Dave Proctor, Doug Robinson; Bottom - Bernie Dougherty, Bob Nuttal, and Walter Boles.

Campbell River Baseball Team " Braves"

Wei Wai Kum Reserve

Sam Henderson carving

Man with a Spaniel dog

Construction of the Campbell River Plaza

View of looking towards the north end of downtown Campbell River. On the right is the back of the Willows Hotel.

Dedication of the Foreshore Park Long House

Charlie Peters of Cape Mudge (left) and Sam Henderson of Campbell River (right) at the dedication ceremony for the Longhouse at the Foreshore Park (now Robert V. Ostler Park). Sam is explaining the meanings of the carvings on the longhouse, in his native language.

Sportfishing

Painter's fishing guide boats lined up on Tyee Spit

Mrs. C. Reese and Mr. H. Strickling with their catches

Mrs. C. Reese with her 30½ lb catch, and Mr. H. Strickling with his 31 lb catch. Both these fish where landed on September 3, 1968.

Lions Club Centennial Cottages

Unveiling the sign at the opening of the Lions Club Centennial Cottages for senior citizens. Left to right: Tommy Yamamoto, Reeve Isobel Sandberg, and Al Evans.

L&H block under construction, Campbell River

A view of the back of the L&H block which was located on the Island Highway in downtown Campbell River.

View of the lobby at Forbes Landing Lodge, Campbell River

Buidling the runway at the Campbell River Airport

View of the penstocks leading to the John Hart Generating Station

View looking down BC Hydro penstocks from the John Hart dam to the surge towers above the generating station.

Johnny Ferry Jr. dancing

John Ferry Jr. is the son of Katie Ferry (nee Henderson) and John Ferry Sr. On the left side of the photograph are (left to right) Sam Henderson, unknown man behind with drum, Jim King, and Andy Frank.

M.A. Cowan with catch

M.A. Cowen of San Francisco, California, U.S.A. - August 1925. Present at organizational meeting of Tyee Club.