At the Henderson family home

Left to right: Bill Glendale, Henry George ‘Wee sah dzee’, Peter Mountain, and Lawrence Joseph in the front room of the Henderson family home.

A young Ernie Henderson

First garage in Campbell River

Campbell River's first garage was located on the Island Highway, south of the Big Store, and was operated by Oscar and Agnes Thulin, and Agnes's brother Einar Andersen.

Campbell River's first Art Gallery

Campbell River's first art gallery opens above Page II books. Left to right: Arleigh Martell, Bill Standeven, and Tanya Hill.

Men on beach with large log

Reginald and Herbert Pidcock with a salmon

Herbert Pidcock on left and Reginald on right. Woman in centre may be Dolly Pidcock.

Construction of the Campbell River Plaza

View of St. Ann's Road looking east towards Quadra Island. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce building at the intersection of St. Ann's and Island Hwy. visible.

Burned remains of Thunderbird Hall, Campbell River Reserve

Haig-Brown children

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

Salmon Festival raft race

A race from the pumphouse on the Campbell River to the Tyee Spit.

Godfrey Baldwin

Godfrey Baldwin on his property in Campbellton.

Painter's Lodge boats sportfishing

Painter's lodge boats and guides with guests out fishing.

The Ripple Rock Explosion

Annual General Meeting of Tyee Club

Campbell River Fire Department personnel and equipment

View of the Campbell River Spit, c. 1920

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

Bee Hive Café staff celebrating annual Pow Wow days

Skip MacDonald (kneeling), owner/operator of the Bee Hive Café with his staff dressed up in readiness for the annual Pow Wow days celebration. This event was coordinated by the Campbell River business community of the day.

Katie and Lavern Henderson

Katie (older) and Lavern (younger) Henderson, two of the daughters of Mr.and Mrs. Sam Henderson, pose full First Nations dress for the newspaper photographer. Apr. 29, 1964

Swimming lessons at the Campbell River estuary

Children were given their swim lessons at the Tyee Spit, as there was not yet a pool in Campbell River.

July 1st parade, Campbell River

The Willows Hotel on the Waterfront

Commercial fishing boats at Campbell River wharf

Labour Day Parade, Campbell River

Campbell River Cub Scouts and Brownies participating in the Labour Day Parade. Parade route may be going through Campbellton area.

Construction of the John Hart Dam