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.

Girl guides at camp on Hudson's Farm

Seymour Narrows the day after the Ripple Rock Explosion

Laver's and the Bee Hive Café

Also located in the Bee Hive block is Rexall Drugs.

Members of the Campbell River Swim Club on bleachers at Centennial Park pool

Swim club coach Dot Andrews, holding trophy surrounded by members of the Swim Club, August, 1968.

Queen Charlotte Airlines, the first landing in Campbell River

Family portrait with Christmas tree

Construction of the John Hart Dam

Construction of Community Hall

Constructing the Community Hall in downtown Campbell River. The hall took a number of years to build but was opened in 1954.

CTV's Alan Gar attending School Board Meeting

CTV's, Alan Gar, feature news reporter for news hour final and cameraman, Eric Cable, attend a SD72 board meeting.

Campbell River Airport terminal

This was the original municipal office building, built for the Village of Campbell River. It was initially located behind the old fire hall at 10th avenue and Island Highway. In 1959 it was moved to the airport to be used as the administration building; it had already been moved twice before, and...

Mary and Richard Murphy with their catch

New Year's Eve at Painter's Lodge, Campbell River

Opening of Campbell River Elementary, Junior-Senior High School

Students arriving at the school in Campbell River.

The Ripple Rock Explosion, Seymour Narrows

Aerial view of the Tyee Spit, Campbell River

View of some of the homes on the Wei Wai Kum reserve showing the Argonaut Mine which had a wharf at the Tyee Spit. This wharf was located where the NVI Mining building is located now (2011).

Guides for the Tyee Club

Campbell River High School Dance

The crowning ceremony for Miss Snowball.

Flood in Campbellton

Elk Falls, Campbell River

View of "the falls", now known as Elk Falls, taken from the trail to the falls.

Group of anglers with their respective catches

From left: J. Phillips of San Diego, U.S.A., with his catch of a 37½ lb Tyee salmon; C. Tokarz of Santa Monica, U.S.A., with his catch of a 40 lb Tyee salmon; and Clyde Massey of Los Angeles, U.S.A., with his catches of a 48½ lb and a 46½ lb Tyee salmon. August 9, 1960.

Katie Ferry (nee Henderson) with husband John Ferry

Annual General Meeting of Tyee Club

A young Bill Henderson

Bill is one of eight sons of well known carver Sam Henderson and his wife May. Bill is a skilled carver himself.

Mr. and Mrs. James Forbes

Mr. and Mrs. Forbes relax in the main room of the Forbes Landing Lodge.