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Miss Campbell River Contest

Joyce Sarvis and Mary Lou Lipp participated in the contest, and Fred Wood acted as MC.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Breeze

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Breeze of Ogden, Utah, U.S.A. with two fish weighing 31 lb and 34 lb, caught in August 1969. Guide Mike Rippingale (not in photograph).

Riverside Sunday School's entry in the Labour Day Parade

Working the lead lines at Bones Bay Cannery

Sam Henderson (front), Arthur (Toosh) Butler (middle), and Ken (Butch) Henderson working on a lead line at the Bones Bay Cannery.

Ann Haig-Brown in front of her home

Dr. Wiborn with a salmon

The United Church

The United Church was built across from the Junior Secondary School (Phoenix) in 1953.

Kinsmen Club float depicting Ripple Rock in parade, Campbell River

Kinsmen "Ripple Rock" float as it entered Lane Field.

D. Lorenz with catch

D. Lorenz with catch - a 40 1/2 lb Tyee.

Tyee Club record holders for 1969

From right: Doug Piggott, Hugh Evans, and R.D. Berger. All three were Tyee Club Trophy winners for 1969.

Willows Hotel, Campbell River

View of downtown Campbell River showing the Willows Hotel on right. The building on the left is the Thulin Brothers' General Store.

Annual General Meeting of Tyee Club

The Campbell River Spit

Queen Mary Quocksister's house on the Campbell River Spit.

Guests on the Dock at Painter's Lodge

View of Elk Falls, Campbell River

Colourized postcard of Elk Falls. Printed on the back of the postcard it reads: This is a real photograph. Hand coloured. Published by The Camera Products Co., Vancouver, B.C.

Campbell River waterfront

The third Willows Hotel (far left), Lilelana Dance Pavilion (built in 1918) and on the far right is the 1st Willows Hotel, in use as the Annex at the time this photo was taken.

A clown on the steps of the Willows Hotel

Roderick Haig-Brown and John Glass

Portrait of Wallace Baikie in his Masonic Lodge Uniform

B.C. Tel office on the Island Hwy, Campbell River

The Campbell River BC Telephone office, April 1959.

Home is where you hang your hat

Ken (Butch) Henderson and Tom Quocksister on the Tyee Spit, early 1940’s.

View of Elk Falls

Postcard of a group at Elk Falls titled "In Strathcona Park".

Big Rock 'dressed up' as a Pumpkin, 1986

Bee Hive Café staff celebrating annual Pow Wow days

Skip MacDonald (kneeling), owner/operator of the Bee Hive Café with his staff dressed up in readiness for the annual Pow Wow days celebration. This event was coordinated by the Campbell River business community of the day.