Roderick Haig-Brown

Constructing the Community Hall

View of the Tyee Spit, 1968.

View overlooking the Tyee Spit, showing the floatplane base and the Argonaut Wharf, February 1968.

View of the John Hart Generating station and surge towers

Looking down towards BC Hydro's John Hart generating station, Campbell River.

Campbell River - looking south to Willows

Willows Hotel in background, Thulin's barn on right.

Unknown lady angler with fish

Construction of new wharf and fisherman's float, Campbell River

Johnny Ferry, Ernie Henderson, and Tommy Henderson

Anti-potlatch laws had been removed from the Indian Act only several years earlier and ceremonial regalia, banned and confiscated by the government in 1922, had not yet been returned to their Kwakwaka’wakw and Lekwiltok owners. The young men in the photograph are believed to be Johnny Ferry Jr.,...

Two unknown anglers with fish

View of Elk Falls

Group standing on the cliff next to Elk Falls.

Lourdes Hospital, Campbell River

Tyee Club guide with guest and fish

Construction of new wharf and fisherman's float, Campbell River

Dr. Richard and Mary Murphy with their catch

The Painter family at the Lodge

Elizabeth Quocksister

Mrs. Woodward with her catch

Mrs. Woodward with her catch - a 36 1/2 lb Tyee.

Annual General Meeting of Tyee Club

Ann Haig-Brown in front of her home

Lawyers of Campbell River

Left to right: Roderick Haig-Brown, author and Magistrate; Jack Caldwell, lawyer; Ray Sharpe, lawyer; Christie Smith, lawyer; Joe Cvetkovick, lawyer; Tony Sarich, lawyer; and Magistrate Lewis (seated).

Walter Shutts - Tyee Man

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.

Morris and Christine Petersen at their home in Campbellton

Lions Club Walkathon

Bill Mathews (pointing), Walkathon organizer, giving instructions to walkers at the starting point at Tyee Plaza.

Campbell River City Hall

The old Lourdes Hospital building, which was vacated in 1957 when the new Campbell River General Hospital was opened. The village promptly bought the old Lourdes building and used it as municipal offices until 1981 when the new City Hall facility was built.

Dave McDonald with two fish