Elk Falls, Campbell River

The Snow Ball Queen Contest, Campbell River

Theresa Rogerson hides behind her hand as retiring queen Lynn Martin informs her she's been chosen as the 1964 Queen. The annual Snow Ball Queen was an event that was held at CARIHI (Campbell River's high school). Feb. 5, 1964

Gaglardi meets with group of protestors from Campbell River

Mrs. Bill Baikie presents her case to the Highways Minister, P.A. Gaglardi, backed up by the group of 37 marching mothers from Campbell River. The concerned mothers asked the Minister to consider a bypass highway for Campbell River, considering the highway speed limits on the waterfront to be too...

Annual General Meeting of Tyee Club

Tammy McConkey in photograph.

Jim English behind the bar at the Quinsam Hotel

This view of the bar of the Quinsam Hotel was likely taken after the addition was added to the Hotel in 1963. Jim English was a one time owner of the Hotel and was commonly referred to by his nick name the Bishop.

Miss Campbell River Contest held in the Van Isle Theatre

Contestant on the right at the back may be Judy Price. This competition was held on July 21, 1963.

MP Tom Barnett campaigning in Campbell River

Local commercial fishermen meet the NDP candidate Tom Barnett at the Government Wharf. After serving for several years as the MP for the region Tom Barnett went on to serve as a Campbell River Mayor, Oct. 20, 1965.

Bill Henderson dancing at Foreshore Pavilion

Bill Henderson is second from left dancing with members of his family at the Foreshore Pavilion. This may have been part of the annual Salmon Festival celebrations.

Summer program held in Campbell River "Painting in the Park"

A summer program at Centennial Park - 'Painting in the Park' - with instructor Marilyn Hilsden (standing). July 1968.

CPR Officials sportfishing at Painters Lodge

Laying new sewer pipes

Annual Roller Follies performance, Campbell River

The Campbell River Roller Skating Club puts on its fourth annual presentation (known as the Roller Follies) - a circus on wheels - at the Community Hall.

Annual General Meeting of Tyee Club

Control panel at BC Hydro's John Hart Generating Station

BC Hydro employee beside one of the control panels in the generating station. Photo taken July 6, 1965.

Jimmy King's Grandson and Rose McKay, 1971

Rose McKay was the Campbell River Museum curator at this time.

Tyee Club guide with guest and fish

July 1st Parade, Campbell River

Canadian Legion Branch 49 in the July 1st Parade, Campbell River. 1958.

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. Carl Thulin is fifth from left.

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.

May Henderson with her children

Although the picture of motherliness in this photo, May came in second in the ladies' bucking contest at the Logger Sports Competitions of 1950.

Dick and Jean de Kay

Dick and Jean de Kay with their catch of 49½ lb on August 4, 1960. Guide is Dr. Duke.

Ideal Grocery, Campbellton

View of the Ideal Grocery located across the bridge on Hwy 19, Campbell River.

Henderson family potlatch

Job's Daughters at Willow Point Hall

Campbell River' Job's daughters gather around their queen after the installation ceremonies at Willow Point Hall. Front row (left to right): Suzanne Lawrence, guide; Judy Nickerson, senior princess; Nikki Brealey, queen; Ann Higgins, junior princess; and June McFadden, marshall. Back...

Haig-Brown children

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