Fundraising for an Arena

Elementary School grade one student, Frances Sullivan, with a stuffed elephant that the school attempted to fill with money to fund-raise for a new arena.

Unknown angler with fish

Maypole on the Tyee Spit

May Queen Yvonne Price, eldest daughter of Daisy (Roberts) and Tom Price, stands beside the pole. The second young girl has not been identified.

Interior of Campbell River school

John Smith with his catch of four fish

Installation of Officers for the Campbell River Kinsmen Club.

First prize in a Campbell River parade

Left to right: unknown, Katie Henderson, Sam Henderson (standing behind), Mark Henderson (smallest child in front), Maggie Henderson, unknown, Edith Henderson, unknown, unknown, Catherine Naknakim, Reubina Ferry, unknown, Dan Henderson, unknown, Johnny Ferry Jr., Eva Martin (granddaughter of Katie...

W.E. Humphrey - a US Senator from Seattle

Albert J. Sommer with catch

Albert J. Sommer of Victoria, B.C. with his catch - a 41 lb Tyee which he caught on August 26, 1934.

Girl guides at camp on Hudson's Farm

Angler Connie Maloney with a catch

Connie Maloney with a catch of a 45 lb Tyee. Guide Gordon McLaughlin in centre.

Henry Naknakin and Jim Quatell

Henry Naknakin (on bicycle) and Jim Quatell in front of the Quinsam Hotel in Campbellton, early 1940’s.

July 1st Parade, Campbell River

Float in the July 1st Parade, 1958, Campbell River. Lane Field Park bleachers in the background.

Reginald Pidcock with two women and fish

Father Christmas at a Campbellton Christmas Parade

Exterior of the new Campbell River Elementary, Junior Senior High School

Roller skating poster contest

The annual rolling skating show's poster contest - winners in photograph are (left to right) Pat Krug, Nancy Brown, and Joanne Krug.

Painter's Lodge

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

Melding the traditions of two cultures

16-year-old bride Catherine Glendale poses with her wedding party on the steps of Mabel Stanley’s house in Cape Mudge village. Theirs was an arranged marriage, as Lekwiltok marriages traditionally were, and the couple exchanged vows in the Cape Mudge United Church. Flower girls were Mary Henderson...

July 1st celebrations at Campbell River

Group of people gathered for July 1st celebrations at Campbell River in 1916. Building on right is the Campbell River Trading Company store operated by the Thulin Bros. and smaller building on left is the telegraph office. The boardwalk that is visible between these two buildings is the access to...

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.

Campbell River aerial view looking towards shoreline

Aerial view showing the new Campbell River Elementary, Junior-Senior, High School and surrounding area. This school was located at the north corner of Dogwood St. and 7th Ave. The Photograph was likely taken shortly after the school was opened (in 1950).

Campbell River's Water Festival at McIvor Lake

The Water Festival later became known as the Salmon Festival.

Willow Point Elementary donates to Arena Fund

Arena Fund member Chuck Saults holds Debra Sloat beside the donation cheque from Willow Point Elementary.