Construction of the John Hart Dam

Brownies and Girl Guides with Lady Baden Powell

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

George, Herbert, and Harry Pidcock

Mrs. Paul E. Ballou - Tyee Man 1960

Mrs. Paul E. Ballou of Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. – Tyee Man 1960. Catch 61 lb. Guide Mike Rippingale.

Annual General Meeting of Tyee Club

Fishing Report

Campbell River school class possibly on field trip to McIvor Lake

Campbell River's Court House

View of the first Court House in Campbell River. This building was located on the Island Highway directly across from the Government Wharf. April 14, 1971

Graduation Class of 1957

The Quinsam Hotel in Campbellton

Looking north down the Island Highway in Campbellton.

Aerial view of downtown Campbell River

View of downtown and surrounding residential buildings with the mountain range in the background. Visible is the Tyee Plaza (before the construction of Super Valu. The government wharf and Quadra Ferry dock are both visibile in this view.

Construction of the John Hart Dam

Aerial view of downtown Campbell River

View shows the Island Highway going through the north end of downtown Campbell River. The Tyee Plaza and Haida Inn are two of the many commercial retail businesses that are visible.

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.

Campbell River graduating class of 1956

Mary Haig-Brown, giving the valedictory address during graduation ceremonies in 1956.

Elk trophies on Tyee Marine vehicle

Premier John Hart and Mrs. Hart

Premier John Hart and wife visit the John Hart Dam construction site.

Dr. Richard and Mary Murphy with their catch

Car with passengers beside Forbes Landing Lodge

John Blackburn of Grantham is the man holding the boy. They were visiting Forbes Landing with friends from Vancouver.

Carihi principal John Young touching up his new car

John Young traded in his Cadillac for this "counter culture" car, August 25, 1971.

The Municipal Hall, originally Lourdes Hospital

Store front of Campbell River Laundry

A group of children at the Bones Bay cannery

Left to right: Butch Henderson, his cousin Mary Henderson, Sonny Ferry, Reubina Ferry, and Catherine Glendale. The man in the back is Arthur Butler who was a member of one of the seine boat crews.

Henderson twins in the Parade, 1958

Henderson twins in a parade at Lane Field Park, June 30, 1958.