Bonnor with catch

The third Willows Hotel, Campbell River

View of the Willows Hotel looking north. The car in front is Charles Thulin's first car, a Ford.

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Gaw of Seattle with catch

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Gaw of Seattle, Washington, with their catches - a 43 lb and a 3l½ lb Tyee - caught on August 17, 1961. Guide Dick Knowles in centre.

Mr. Kandik with two fish

Office interior at John Hart Generating Station, Campbell River

The waiting room at BC Hydro's John Hart generating station. Visitors waited here for a tour of the station. Photo taken July 6, 1965.

Oscar and Agnes Thulin

Oscar Thulin served as the Fire Chief in Campbell River for 24 years. His wife, Agnes was also a member of the C.R. Volunteer Fire Department and was known as the "whistlepunk". She handled the communication end of operating the Fire Department.

Miss Campbell River in Centennial Parade

Campbell River Volunteer Fire Department in parade

John Hart Dam, Campbell River

Ms. N. Zrodick with her catch

Painter's Lodge

Horace Smith and unidentified man with salmon

Horace Smith on left.

Mary and Richard Murphy

Sister of St. Ann shrine beside the Lourdes Hospital

Known as the grotto this shrine was located in the garden area between the Lourdes Hospital and the Sister of St. Ann's accomodations. Nunns from the Sister of St. Ann's operated the Lourdes Hospital from 1929-1957.

Walter Spencer, telegraph agent, outside the telegraph office

View of Forbes Landing Lodge, Campbell River

Campbell River and District General Hospital, Sept. 15, 1965

Graduation Class of 1957

View of the John Hart Power Project, Campbell River

St. Ann's Street

View of St. Ann's Street showing Lourdes Hospital as well as a portion of downtown Campbell River.

Dean Drake

The dedication ceremony of a Sam Henderson pole to Peter Smith at the Peter Smith memorial. Peter Smith was a former Chief of Alert Bay.

Klondike Night, Campbell River

"Klondike Night" event held by the Campbell River Rotary Club in the community hall, 1948.

George Finkley with salmon

Telephone Office, Campbell River

Tom Merry with his catch

Tom Merry with his catch, and man and woman anglers.