Labour Day Parade, Campbell River

Campbell River Rotary Club's entry in the Labour Day parade. Miller's Ladies Apparel store can be seen in the background.

L&H Block, downtown Campbell River

Canadian Bank of Commerce and Quinsam Realty located in the L&H Block.

Founding members of the Tyee Club of British Columbia

The first elected Directors of the Tyee Club of British Columbia. From Left: Melville Haigh, Campbell River; Walter P. Miller, Seattle, WA; A.N. Wolverton, Vancouver, B.C.; Dr. J. A. Wiborn, Avalon, California; and Sir John Asser, Governor of Bermuda.

Campbell River's waterfront and wharf

Buildings on shore from left: Laver's Store, Bee Hive Café block and the Willows Hotel.

Styer with catch

Styer with catch - a 39 lb Tyee.

Aerial view of downtown Campbell River

Klondike Night event, Campbell River

Klondike Day's event held in Campbell River. This event was annually held by the Rotary Club of Campbell River.

Mrs. C. Smith with her catch

Campbell River Arts Council Showcase 75

Visitors admire oil paintings that are part of the Campbell River Arts Council Showcase event 75.

RCAF Ground Observer Corp

The first Campbell River Boy Scout troop

Top row: Scouts Tim Peligren and Rodney Buchko proudly hold the Scout flag. Middle row (left to right): Scoutmaster Carl Mandseth, Dennis Buchko, Kevin Cahill, Douglas Carter, and David Ritchie. Bottom row (left to right): Assistant Scoutmaster Pete Pearce, Dwayne Attfield, Stephen Mandseth,...

Group of the Sisters beside the Grotto at the Lourdes Hospital

Grotto that the Sister's of St. Ann's had erected between the Lourdes Hospital and their accomodations.

Tyee Club Trophy

First garage in Campbell River

Campbell River's first garage was located on the Island Highway, south of the Big Store, and was operated by Oscar and Agnes Thulin, and Agnes's brother Einar Andersen.

Sons of Norway Dinner and Dance

Mayor Ken Forde, Miss Campbell River Yvonne Lettellier, and President of Sons of Norway Dennis Hansen.

Carihi principal John Young touching up his new car

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

First Campbell River Water Festival, McIvor Lake

The first Campbell River Water Festival (later called the Salmon Festival), which took place at McIvor Lake. June, 1968.

Display of Prizes

A display of prizes, possibly out front of the Thulin's store.

The third Willows Hotel, Campbell River

Construction of Community Hall

Constructing the Community Hall in downtown Campbell River. The hall took a number of years to build but was opened in 1954.

CBC film crew visits Senior Secondary School

Cameraman Dick Bellamy on left and Mike Tyndall and Donna Cowan in the foreground on the right.

Herbert Pidcock with the catch of the day

Campbell River Fire Chiefs

Oscar Thulin, the retiring Fire Chief, stands beside the new Fire Chief, Bill McIntosh.

Agnes and Oscar Thulin of CR Volunteer Fire Department

Oscar Thulin served as the Fire Chief in Campbell River for 24 years. His wife, Agnes was also a member of the C.R. Volunteer Fire Department and was known as the "whistlepunk". She handled the communication end of operating the Fire Department.

July 1st Parade, Campbell River

Central Island Contractors' float in the July 1st Parade, 1958.