Interior of the bar at the Quinsam Hotel, Campbellton

Patrons enjoying a drink at the Quinsam Hotel. Likely taken when the hotel was renovated.

Children selling worms, Campbell River

Children likley lived in Campbellton near the photographer, Godfrey Baldwin's home. 1949

July 1st Parade, Campbell River, 1966

Members of the Wei Wai Kum Reserve participating in a July 1st parade at Campbell River. From left to right: Mark Henderson, Rocky Quocksister, John Henderson, Elvis Smith, Richie Quocksister, Arnie Smith and Sam Henderson in the back holding the drum.

Joe Painter (?) with Mrs. Wiborn and salmon

The First Snowball Queen

Campbell River Elementary Junior Senior High School, 1953.

Thulin family potato fields behind the Willows Hotel

The Thulin potato field behind the third Willows Hotel. Left to right: Lillie Thulin, Elin Thulin, and Mrs. Carl O. Thulin. The two men standing are unknown. The man kneeling in front was Elmer, a Japanese gardener employed by the Hotel.

Dr. Richard Murphy and Family

Dr. Murphy, a physician and longtime member of the Tyee Club, with his wife, Mary, and children Michael and Steven.

Previous Mayor of Campbell River, Ken Forde

Float plane base at the Tyee Spit

B.C. Airline's float plane tied up at the dock, located in the Campbell River estuary. Log booming grounds visible in the back ground. September 1965.

Miss Campbell River 1965 - Annie Giasson

July 21, 1965

Maria (Mary) Thulin

Portrait of Maria Thulin.

Klondike Night event, Campbell River

Klondike Day's event held in Campbell River. This event was annually held by the Rotary Club of Campbell River.

The official opening of Willow Point Elementary School

Job's Daughters at St. Peter's Anglican Church

Margaret Granlund Campbell River telephone operator

Haig-Brown children

Roderick Haig-Brown's children: Mary, Alan, Celia, and Valerie - being photographed for a magazine.

Commercial fishing boats tied up at the Campbell River wharf

Commercial fishing boats tied up at the government wharf including the Viking Star and the Northern Lass.

Development sign for the Discovery Village, Campbell River.

This development was located at the corner of 1st avenue and Alder street.

Lobby of the third Willows Hotel, Campbell River

Photograph likely taken in 1909.

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.

A group of students from Shurley Durham's dance school, Campbell River

B.C. Tel building, Campbell River

The B.C. Telephone building located on the Island Highway, May 1966.

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cunningham with their catch

Guide Mike Rippingale on left.

Glenn Ford and Daphne Corbett

Campbell River School

Students with their teacher, Miss Ethel Barwise (standing on right) on the front steps of Campbell River's first school.