Fisherman Ray E. Slocum, Tyee Man 1947, with his 70 1/2lb Tyee Salmon caught July 29th. This is a record holding catch under the Tyee Club of British Columbia's 3/6 tackle regulations. Mr. Slocum's guide was D.L. Les McDonald (not in photograph).
George’s father, Hәmzid, lived in the Salmon River village of H’Kusam. Like Johnny Ferry, George was from the Kweeha branch of the Lekwiltok people. George Dick married Louise Quatell, sister of Sam Quatell. He died in 1984 at age 83.
Aerial view of the Campbell River estuary showing the Tyee Spit with various buildings including Painter's Spit Camp, Tyee Club house. View also includes a section of Indian Reserve # 10. At this time the estuary was used as the booming grounds for the Elk River Timber Co.
Thulin Family sitting on the front steps of their home
Members of the Thulin family on the front steps of their home, Thulin Court (later known as Richmond Court). This building originally housed the first store in Campbell River and was later converted to living quarters for the Thulin Family. It was located slightly north of the first Willows Hotel.
Love and Marriage Forum at Senior Secondary School, Campbell River
Forum on the topic of Love and Marriage held in at Campbell River Senior Secondary School. Sitting at table: left to right: Roderick Haig-Brown, Raymond Sibley, John Young, John Gibson, and A.L. Cartier. Feb. 21, 1968