Miss Campbell River contestants

View of Elk Falls taken from Canyon, Campbell River

Regional meeting at C.R. District General Hospital

Small Boat Harbour, Campbell River

Looking north along the waterfront at downtown Campbell River. Commercial fishing boats tied up at the Government Wharf.

Beth Coleman with her catch

Beth Coleman of Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. with her five fish. Guide Herbert Pidcock.

Labour Day Parade, Campbell River

Campbell River Rotary Club's entry in the Labour Day parade. Miller's Ladies Apparel store can be seen in the background.

Mrs. Murphy with her catch

Mrs. Murphy with her catch - a 47 1/2 lb salmon.

Unknown angler with fish

A new library for the Campbell River High School

Biology teacher Van Egan and his students look over the new charts in their new school library. Jan. 5, 1966

Jan Thompson of Community Arts Council

Jan Thompson with art work (fabric graphic) done by Jim Leishman. Artwork to be raffled as a fundraiser for the Campbell River Community Arts Council.

Thulin barn and livestock, Campbell River

One of the Thulin Family operations was a dairy farm known as the Strathcona Dairy. Jack Phillips used to deliver the milk, collect the empty bottles, wash them, milk the cows, and fill the bottles. These had 'Strathcona Dairy' molded into the side of them.

Constructing the new Government Wharf, Campbell River

Concerned citizens outside the Willows Hotel

An air base had been proposed at the Tyee Spit, and concerned citizens gathered at the Willows Hotel to discuss the project. At left in plaid shirt is pilot Bob Langdon; at centre facing camera is Roderick Haig-Brown.

Quocksister Family pole on Tyee Spit

Thulin family in their new car, Campbell River

Thulin family in car outside their home Thulin Court (later known as Richmond Court). From left: Mary, Lillie, Elin, Anna, Carl, Charles. This was the family's first car, a Ford.

The official opening of Willow Point Elementary School

Painter's Lodge

Sam Quatell on horseback

Sam Quatell, born in 1912, was the grandson of Jim Quatell, owner of the largest big house on the Tyee Spit in the early 1940s. The Quatell big house was used to host the McKenna-McBride Commission when it visited Campbell River in 1914. Sam (Yalthklan) and his wife Amy had 19 children. He passed...

Village of Campbell River commissioners

From left: Oscar Thulin, John Baikie, Robbie Robinson (village clerk - standing) and Carl Thulin.

A discussion on education in Campbell River

Left to right: Joe Phillipson, Wanda Lenaour, Donald Brother (Minister of Education), and John Young (Principal at Campbell River Senior Secondary).

Dr. Singer with his catch

Observation bunker for viewing Ripple Rock Explosion

Home is where you hang your hat

Ken (Butch) Henderson and Tom Quocksister on the Tyee Spit, early 1940’s.

Royal Canadian Air Force Ground Observer Corps

Ladies from the RCAF Ground Observer Corps pose for a photograph while petitioning for new recruits.

Queen Charlotte Airlines, the first landing in Campbell River