Aerial view of the Tyee Spit, Campbell River

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

George Finkley with salmon

Canoe jousting at Campbell River's Water Festival

The Water Festival later became known as the Salmon Festival.

Interior of Allan's General Store in Campbellton

Allan's General store located at 1621 Island Hwy. Prior to 1956 store was known as Allan's Cash Grocery.

View of the Campbell River Spit, c. 1920

Unknown angler with fish

Aftermath of fire at the Willows Hotel

View of Painter's Lodge under construction

View of Painter's Lodge under construction in August 1938. Mr. Remington Bishop can be seen walking down the wharf. The Painter family initially began operating a fish camp on the Tyee Spit, Campbell River and later established Painter's Fishing Resort.

First Nations fishing guide and guest

Original inscription on back of photograph: "Starting out salmon fishing, August 1904, Campbell River, Vancouver Island." Local First Nations guide and early angler in a canoe in preparation for a day's fishing.

View of Campbell River Falls (Elk Falls)

View of the beach at McIvor Lake

Mr. Reilly Clark with his catch

Anne (Henderson) Brotchie at Bones Bay

Anne was supervisor on the canning line at Bones Bay.

Annual General Meeting of Tyee Club

BC Hydro's John Hart Generating Station office

BC Hydro employee inside the offices at the John Hart Generating stations offices. Photo taken July 6, 1965.

Joe Hess, Tyee Man, with his catch

Joe Hess of Outremont, Quebec with his catch - a 59 lb Tyee which he caught on August 18, 1966. This catch earned him the title of Tyee Man for 1966. His guide Joe Painter is on right.

Dedication of the Foreshore Park Long House

Dances at the dedication ceremony for the Longhouse at the Foreshore Park (now Robert V. Ostler Park). Bill Glendale (right) and Katie Henderson McKay (left) dancing.

Dr. Richard Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Erick Breackman with their catch of two fish

Man with a fish

E.M. Hay or Elvan Masik?

Klondike Night event, Campbell River

Klondike Day's event held in Campbell River. This event was annually held by the Rotary Club of Campbell River.

Opening of the new government wharf, Campbell River

Opening ceremonies for the new wharf in Campbell River, January 16, 1950. Opening event was conducted by the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce and attended by J.L. Gibson, Independent member for the Comox-Alberni riding.

Three unknown anglers with fish

School District 72 Personnel with new camera equipment, Campbell River

Members of SD 72 with new equipment. Left to right: Edith Gulland, primary supervisor; Brian Johnston, CR Junior Secondary School principal; Geoff Goodship, head of Resource Centre; Ron Leversage, Pinecrest Elementary School principal; and James Logie, District 72 superintendent. May 8, 1968

Unidentified sportfisherman with catch

Unidentified sportfisherman with his catch. Guide Charlie McDonald on right.