W.W. Astor with catch

W.W. Astor of London, England – First Gold Button of the year 1926. Catch 50½ lb on August 19, 1926.

Herbert Pidcock with a salmon

Students taking their Easter exams at Campbell River's Junior Secondary School

Exams held in the gym of the Campbell River Junior Secondary School, 1968.

Sisters of St. Ann's receive gift to the hospital

Two of the nuns look over a new stretcher that was gifted to the Lourdes Hospital.

Main street of Campbell River

View of the main street, downtown Campbell River. The Laver's store is visible at the far left.

Tyee Club guide with guest and fish

Elizabeth Quocksister with her eldest son

Scout Week church service

Campbell River celebration of Scout Week culminated in a church service at the Community Hall which was attended by scouts, cubs, and girl guides. Feb. 26, 1964

Flood in Campbellton

Beachfront, downtown Campbell River

View of the beach in front of the Island Highway and 11th Ave intersection. The cenotaph and Van Isle Theatre are both visible.

Mr. Kandik with two fish

Frank Pearson with catch

Frank W. Pearson of Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. with his catch - a 43½ lb Tyee caught on August 2, 1938.

R.B. Wilson with catch

R.B. Wilson of Fresno, California with his catch - a 61 lb Tyee caught on August 10, 1951. His guide was Dennis Butters (not in photograph).

Charles Thulin with his first car, Campbell River

From left: Charles Thulin, Carl Thulin Sr., and Mr. McDonald with the Thulin's new car in front of the family home - Thulin Court (later known as Richmond Court).

Penny Milbrandt with her catch

Penny Milbrandt – 1979 Winner of the Sparrow Trophy, with her guide and husband Ted Milbrandt.

Postcard of the Campbell River

Lobby of the third Willows Hotel, Campbell River

Photograph likely taken in 1909.

Charles Thulin

Portrait of Charles Thulin.

Interior of Page 11 Books, Campbell River

Margo Cormack, owner of Page 11 Books, inside her store when it first opened on November 15, 1972.

View of downtown Campbell River, 1940s

View of Island Highway through downtown Campbell River. Pioneer Hardware building and view of the Willows Hotel.

Coach Punch Imlach

One male and one female angler with three fish

Darlene Willis, Miss Campbell River 1960

Queen Margaret's field hockey team

Elizabeth’s half sister Reubina Ferry attended Queen Margaret’s Private School in Duncan. Prior to 1950 children from the Campbell River Indian Reserve were not permitted to attend the local public school. A Day School on the Tyee Spit provided Grades 1 to 8, but parents who wanted a high school...

Moving the former home of Oscar and Agnus Thulin

The Thulin house (located at the corner of 10th avenue and the Island Highway) being moved to its new location in Campbellton, November 1965.