Members of the Campbell River Kinsmen Club

Members of the Kinsmen Club with a wooden clinker-built boat.

B.C. Airlines plane approaching Willows Hotel dock

B.C. Airlines seaplane approaching the dock in the front of the third Willows Hotel.

Travis Witsel with his catch, and another man

The Big Rock

Mae and Valma Anderson at the Big Rock on the way to Campbell River.

Ferndell Trailer Park

Randy Killoran with his catch

Randy Killoran of the Dolphins Resort, with his catch of 42 lb on August 15, 1981.

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.

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.

Tyee Club Trophy

May Day celebrations at Lane Field

Elk Falls, Campbell River

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

Farewell to the Sisters of St. Ann, Lourdes Hospital

Farewell party for the Nunns from the order of the Sisters of St. Ann who operated the Lourdes Hospital in Campbell River from 1929-1957.

Anne (Henderson) Brotchie at Bones Bay

Anne was supervisor on the canning line at Bones Bay.

Snowball Dance, 1956

Campbell River Fire Department

Campbell River's first fire hall Located at 10th Avenue and the Island Highway.

Demolition of Ritchie's Garage and Service Station

Opening of "T" bowling alley, Campbell River

Maria Thulin bowls the first ball at the new bowling alley in Campbell River. The alley was opened on September 8, 1950.

July 1st parade, Campbell River

Miss Campbell River contestants in the July 1st parade, 1958.

Sam Henderson carving

Reubina Ferry

Elizabeth’s half sister Reubina Ferry attended Queen Margaret’s Private School in Duncan. Prior to 1950 children from the Campbell River Indian Reserve were not permitted to attend the local public school. A Day School on the Tyee Spit provided Grades 1 to 8, but parents who wanted a high school...

Group in front of Painter House, Tyee Spit

Group in front of Painter family house on the Tyee Spit, 1922. E.P. (Ned) Painter (in shadows on left) and his wife June Painter (standing in doorway in white dress) established a boat building, sportfishing camp business on the Tyee Spit.

July 1st parade, Campbell River

The Elk Falls Paper Co. float in the July 1st parade. The company celebrates its one-year anniversary being in operation.

First Anglican Church

Possibly the funeral services for Charles Thulin.

Mr. Wislander with catch

Mr. Wislander of Denver, Colorado, U.S.A., with his catch of 52 lb Tyee in 1961. Guide Einar Anderson.