Two anglers at the Willows Hotel scale

Carihi Students play in Basketball League Game, 1981

Carihi Tyees Dave Elmore (#5) struggles for ball with Dave Brissotto (#10) and Mike Holm (#11) during league game

Tommy Brayshaw with catch

Tommy Brayshaw with his catch - a 55½ lb Tyee caught on September 9, 1944.

Opening of Campbell River Elementary, Junior-Senior High School

Students arriving at the school in Campbell River.

Campbell River Waterfront

Looking south from where Tyee Texaco was later built; annex and third Willows Hotel on right; Thulin barn in centre; on left in distance is Ritchie's garage.

Danny Henderson and His Son

Campbell River Wharf and small boat harbour

Annual boat regatta held in Campbell River

The third Willows Hotel, Campbell River

Painter's Lodge

Ken Forde on beach in front of his garage in Willow Point

Mary Henderson hanging laundry

May and Sam Henderson’s eldest daughter Mary hanging laundry, washtubs at her feet. Keeping 17 children clean without running water or electricity is no mean feat. While a number of homes on the Tyee Spit reserve got indoor water when the Argonaut wharf was built in 1951, the Henderson home was...

Ferndale Auto Court

Yvonne and Peter Dick

Laundry flapping overhead and a pile of newly split firewood behind them, Yvonne Dick (later Henderson) and her brother Peter pose in the yard of their home on the Tyee Spit.

Judge Roderick Haig-Brown with police officers, Campbell River

Judge Roderick Haig-Brown, sitting at desk surrounded by members of Campbell River's law enforcement.

Cougar Smith and a client

Roderick Haig-Brown with writing award

Roderick Haig-Brown with the Burien Library Writer's Award that was presented to him in 1964.

Christine and Morris Petersen, early Campbell River settlers

This photo was taken around the year 1900. Morris was one of three brothers from Denmark who took jobs with the International Timber Company and decided to settle in the district. They bought land in the area that is now known as Petersen Road.

Lounge at Painter's Fishing Resort

View of the lounge of the main lodge at Painter's Fishing Resort. The main lodge was opened in 1938.

Labour Day Parade, Campbell River

Float in the 1950 Labour Day parade. Miller's Ladies Apparel store can be seen in the background.

Demolition of Ritchie's Garage and Service Station

Mercy, Lloyd, and Carol on the steps

Mercy Naknakin, Lloyd Quocksister, and his sister Carol on the steps of their grandmother’s house.

Automobile, possibly at the Thulin's Home

Construction of the Community Hall, Campbell River

Volunteers working on constructing the Community Hall in downtown Campbell River. The hall took a number of years to build but was opened in 1954. At this time the project had been taken over by the Campbell River Kinsmen Club.

Opening ceremonies for the village of Campbell River's water supply

Opening ceremony for the village's water supply from John Hart Dam. On left Village Commissioners, John Baikie and Oscar Thulin.