Surveying plane tied up at dock at Forbes Landing

Early float plane CF-ABB. According to the Canadian civil aircraft register, this aircraft was a Boeing B-1E 1075 and belonged to Western Canada AW. It was registered in 1929 and was taken out of use in 1935.

Collapse of Community Hall during heavy snowfall

Elk Falls, Campbell River

Unknown angler with fish

The pool and front entrance of Painter's Lodge

Front porch of the third Willows Hotel, Campbell River

Herbert Pidcock with a catch

Guests at tour of the Ladore Powerhouse project, Campbell River

W.A.C. Bennett is second on the right having a meal during a tour of the Ladore Powerhouse project.

Harold Greystone with his catch, and another man

The 50th Parallel, Campbell River

Margaret Thulin (nee McNeil) and Jim Whyte by the 50th Parallel marker located alongside the Island Hwy near Campbell River.

Herbert Pidcock with guests in Painter's Lodge boat

Reginald and Herbert Pidcock with a salmon

Herbert Pidcock on left and Reginald on right. Woman in centre may be Dolly Pidcock.

The third Willows Hotel under construction, Campbell River

Campbell River Fire Department truck

Campbell River artist Aleigh Martell

Campbell River artist with her painting titled "Burdock".

Henderson family potlatch

Left to right: Bill Henderson, John Charlie, Jimmy King, Jack Peters, Tommy Hunt, Billy Sandy Willie (?), and Sam Henderson. Picture taken at the Campbell River Community Hall.

Interior of the Campbell River RCMP offices

From left: Bill Gordon, Len Gray, and Ed Hall.

Ribbon cutting at opening of new RCMP building, Campbell River.

Deputy A.G. Dr. Kennedy cutting ribbbon at the opening of RCMP. Also on hand was Campbell River Mayor, Ken Forde (at centre with crossed hands), Assistant RCMP Commissioner Cunningham, Superintendant Nelson, and John Wade.

Campbell River building boom

A building boom on the newly developed Lilelana Ridge overlooking the entrance to Discovery Passage, 1965. This house was offered for sale by Lily Thulin Real estate.

Men on beach with large log

John Hart Dam, Campbell River

Paul Kadang, from Borneo, a protégé of John Young's

RCMP office, Campbell River detachment

This office was located on the Island Highway across from the government wharf. This building was build and opened in 1924 and was Campbell River's first police station.

L. Barker and L. Bertram with their catches

L. Barker with a 36 1/2 lb Tyee and L. Bertram with a 40 lb Tyee.

Campbell River Hospital

View of the Campbell River Hospital. Photograph was taken before a later addition was added in 1929. This hospital was later operated by the Sisters of St. Ann and was called the Lourdes Hospital.