Campbell River High School Dance

View of Elk Falls, Campbell River

Colourized postcard of Elk Falls. Printed on the back of the postcard it reads: This is a real photograph. Hand coloured. Published by The Camera Products Co., Vancouver, B.C.

Miss Campbell River Contestants

Joyce Sarvis and Mary Lou Lipp participated in the contest, and Fred Wood acted as MC.

Quinsam Trucking vehicles in front of Imperial Fuel, Campbellton

Logging trucks operated by Joe Zanatta in front of shop in Campbellton. Building on the right is the Quinsam Hotel.

Campbell River Spit

Margaret Granlund Campbell River telephone operator

View taken above Elk Falls, Campbell River

Danny Henderson and his son dancing

Walter Shutts, Tyee Man, with his guide Tom McGregor

Walter Shutts, Tyee Man 1968, with his record holding catch of salmon. This is the largest salmon ever registered with the Tyee Club. The catch weighed in at 71 lb and was caught on August 6, 1968. Mr. Shutts guide was Tom McGregor.

Esky Bar, Willow Point

The Esky Bar used to be located on the same side as the Willow Point Community Hall. It was later relocated next to the OK Tire (building in foreground). Photograph taken post-1976.

The Campbell River Reserve

Queen Mary Quocksister's house.

Brownies and Girl Guides with Lady Baden Powell

Sam Henderson

This picture appeared in the 'River Portrait Gallery' in the Courier Islander Newspaper.

Campbell River High School Principals

John Young, principal at Carihi High School, and Brian Johnston, principal at Campbell River Junior Secondary School,Aug. 11, 1965.

Harold Soy - Tyee Man 1939

Harold B. Soy of Salem, Oregon, U.S.A. – Tyee Man 1939. Weight 62½ lbs.

Group of Campbell River High School students

Students at Campbell River High School participating in "car" smashing event. Photograph ran with a story in the local paper dated May 1966.

Maria (Mary) Thulin

Portrait of Maria Thulin.

Miss Campbell River 1965 - Annie Giasson

July 21, 1965

Eco-Conference with Roderick Haig-Brown in attendance.

Eco-Conference held at Strathcona Park Lodge with Roderick Haig-Brown (far left), bearded Jim Boulding (centre), and columnist Barry Thorton.

Participants in Campbell River Junior Secondary School Talent Show

Students, Susan Meyer, Janice Williams, and Linda Woodworth entertain at the Friday afternoon Talent Show. May, 1968.

Laying new sewer pipes

The house pictured here is Carl Thulin's home.

Campbell River School class, 1931, Division 2

Teacher: Herb Walters Back row (L-R): Ernie Petersen, Lloyd Roller, unknown, unknown, Gladys Anderson, Erma Saarikko, Betty Foster, Fred Peterson, unknown, Norman Stanley. Front row: Harry Benson, Edward Foster, Joan Painter, Dorothy Andrews(?), Elvira Livingson, Frances McCarthy, Joan Leyland,...

Ballet Recital, 1957

Ballet students preparing for a recital.

Fish and Wildlife boat ramp on Tyee Spit is paved

Bill Davis watches the workman paving the boat ramp.

Opening of the new government wharf, Campbell River

Opening ceremonies for the new wharf in Campbell River, January 16, 1950. Opening event was conducted by the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce and attended by J.L. Gibson, Independent member for the Comox-Alberni riding.