Tom Barnett cuts the ribbon opening new Municipal Airport

The Campbell River Municipal Airport opened in 1965.

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.

Moose Falls

View of Moose Falls.

John Hart dam and spillway, January 1968

The old support for the wooden bridge, which previously spanned the river, is visible at the bottom left.

Unknown angler

Interview being filmed at CRTV's studio, Campbell River

Bob Strachan and Karen Sandford(MLA) criticize Social Credit at news conference being filmed at CRTV studios.

Flood in Campbellton

Willow Point Elementary donates to Arena Fund

Arena Fund member Chuck Saults holds Debra Sloat beside the donation cheque from Willow Point Elementary.

Graduation Class of 1953

Campbell River Elementary-High School graduating glass of 1953.

The Bee Hive Café

In 1937 the Bee Hive Café moved to this newly built location which became known as the Bee Hive Block. The building was built by Carl and Margaret Thulin who also operated the Bee Hive Café.

Sam Henderson carving

Labour Day Parade, Campbell River

Campbell River Rotary Club's entry in the Labour Day parade. Miller's Ladies Apparel store can be seen in the background.

Group of Campbell River High School students

Students at Campbell River High School participating in "car" smashing event. Photograph ran with a story in the local paper dated May 1966.

Moving the former home of Oscar and Agnus Thulin

The Thulin house (located at the corner of 10th avenue and the Island Highway) being moved to its new location in Campbellton, November 1965.

Royal Canadian Air Force Ground Observer Corps

Ladies from the RCAF Ground Observer Corps pose for a photograph while petitioning for new recruits.

Miss Campbell River, Karen Imamura boards the plane

Photo to accompany article in C.R. Courier newspaper, July 16, 1964.

Pitching horseshoes at Cape Mudge

Intent on their game and oblivious to the camera, two unidentified men pitch horseshoes on the waterfront at Cape Mudge Village. The dark coloured house in the background belonged to Harry Assu and is still standing today.

A.N. Wolverton and guide Dave McDonald

A.N. Wolverton of Vancouver, B.C. with Guide Dave McDonald.

Stan Douglas and Roderick Haig-Brown scuba diving

Danny Henderson and his son dancing

Natalie Jameski, an RN at the Lourdes Hospital

Tyee Club Trophy

Mrs. Jane Fitzpatrick with her catch

Happy Fishermen

Mayor Kenneth 'Skip' McDonald, steelhead fisherman Gerry Steel, and H & F manager Jerry Hatcher.

Father Christmas at a Campbellton Christmas Parade