Campbell River "Indian Symposium", Dec. 1, 1965

Participants in symposium include: far right- Roderick Haig-Brown and second from left Carihi school principal John Young.

Construction of the John Hart Dam

The Union Steamship S.S. Chilcotin

July 1st parade, Campbell River

View of the parade looking south down the Island Highway, towards the Willows Hotel. View also shows the waterfront and government wharf.

Love and Marriage Forum at Senior Secondary School, Campbell River

Forum on the topic of Love and Marriage held at Campbell River Senior Secondary School. Sitting at table (left to right): Roderick Haig-Brown, Raymond Sibley, John Young, John Gibson, and A.L. Cartier.

Construction of the John Hart Dam

Brownies celebrate Easter at the Lourdes Hospital, 1950

Official Opening of Willow Point Park

Mrs. June Painter

June Painter and her husband E.P. (Ned) established a boatbuilding / fishing camp business on the Tyee Spit in the 1920's. They later opened Painter's Fishing Resort.

PWA airplane at the Campbell River Airport

The official opening of Willow Point Elementary School

Job's Daughters at St. Peter's Anglican Church

Members of the Campbell River Indian Band dancing

Members of the Campbell River Indian band dancing in the parking lot of the Tyee Plaza. Photo ran with story in the May 13, 1964 issue of the C.R. Courier newspaper.

Campbell River beachfront in front of downtown Campbell River

View of the beachfront looking towards the Discovery Inn. This area was later filled to become the Foreshore Park (later known as Robert V. Ostler Park).

The Bee Hive Café

The original Bee Hive, built in 1918 was a an ice cream parlour and a saloon with pool room, operated by W. Hansen. In 1929 Carl and Margaret Thulin took over operation of the Café and opened the new store seen in the photograph.

Canoe jousting at Campbell River's Water Festival

The Water Festival later became known as the Salmon Festival.

July 1st parade, Campbell River

Members of the Gilford Island Band, Kwikwasut'inuxw Haxwa'mis, and the ‘Nakwaxda’xw Band participating in Campbell River's July 1st Parade at Lane Field. Johnny Ferry Jr., wearing a mask made by John Wesley, and Sam Henderson with a drum.

July 1st parade, Campbell River, Members of the Gilford Island and Nakwotak Bands in parade at Lane Field

Members of the Gilford Island Band, Kwikwasut'inuxw Haxwa'mis, and the ‘Nakwaxda’xw Band participating in Campbell River's July 1st Parade at Lane Field. Woman pushing the baby buggy is May Henderson. Woman just to the left of the girl holding the picture is Katie Ferry. Man on the...

Mrs. C. Reese and Mr. H. Strickling with their catches

Mrs. C. Reese with her 30½ lb catch, and Mr. H. Strickling with his 31 lb catch. Both these fish where landed on September 3, 1968.

Henry Naknakin

Troll fisherman Henry Naknakin from Cape Mudge. Henry married Catherine Glendale, Elizabeth’s younger sister. The couple had two children, Mercy and Cathy (Cookie). Henry drowned while at the Fraser River fishery in 1956. He was 28 years old.

Haig-Brown children

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

Members of the Campbell River Kinette's Bowling Team

Mr. Hess with his catch

Cemetery, Wei Wai Kum Reserve

Mr. Alaisle E. Gasode with catch of salmon

Mr. Alaisle E. Gasode of Spokane, Washington, U.S.A. with catch of 41 lb on 3/6 tackle, landed on August 4, 1963.