Participants in Campbell River Junior Secondary School Talent Show

Students, Susan Meyer, Janice Williams, and Linda Woodworth entertain at the Friday afternoon Talent Show. May, 1968.

Moose Falls

View of Moose Falls.

Queen Margaret's field hockey team

Elizabeth’s half sister Reubina Ferry attended Queen Margaret’s Private School in Duncan. Prior to 1950 children from the Campbell River Indian Reserve were not permitted to attend the local public school. A Day School on the Tyee Spit provided Grades 1 to 8, but parents who wanted a high school...

Miss Campbell River 1965 - Annie Giasson

July 21, 1965

Hydro substation with installation crew

Presumably photograph is of the Peterson Electrical Construction crew who installed the hydro substation that can be seen in the background.

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

July 1st Barbecue and Regatta

From left Ethel Assu, Sam Henderson, Francis Drake and Mae Henderson.

Campbell River High School Principals

John Young, principal at Carihi High School, and Brian Johnston, principal at Campbell River Junior Secondary School,Aug. 11, 1965.

Totem pole, Wei Wai Kum Reserve

Downtown Campbell River, 1955

Street scene of downtown Campbell River with the Bee Hive Café and Laver's store on the left.

Group photograph

Herbert Pidcock and Dr. Wiborn in clinker-built boat

July 1st parade, Campbell River

Members of the Gilford Island Band, Kwikwasut'inuxw Haxwa'mis, and the ‘Nakwaxda’xw Band participating in Campbell River's July 1st Parade at Lane Field. Left to right: May Henderson, Katie Ferry, Carol, Margaret, Edith, and Katie Henderson.

The Board of the Campbell River and District General Hospital

Back row (left to right): Dr. Phil Margetts, Art Lightfoot, 'Gaffer' Gibson, and Dr. Grant. Front row (left to right): Frank Wolfe, Jack Caldwell, (possibly Ernie Mitchell, husband to Helen, holding her book), Dr. Dick Murphy, Gordon Mason, and Dr. Larry Chen.

Four generations of the Perkins family of Campbell River

The Perkins family were early settlers to the Campbell River area. In this photograph are Great-grandfather John Perkins Sr. holding the youngest addition, David Robert Perkins. The grandfather John Jr. on the left and the father Robert on the right. Jan. 28, 1965

The 'Big Rock' near Campbell River

A new world record

Patricia Hughes, aged 8, sets a new world Tyee record with a 73.5 lb salmon.

Aerial view of downtown Campbell River

Aerial view looking south along the Island Hwy. from 10th avenue. Photograph was taken before 1958 as the Federal Building on Alder Street is not built or under construction.

School class photograph, Campbell River

Photograph of class taken in front of their school which at this time was called the Campbell River Public School.

Aerial view of Campbellton, showing the Tyee Spit

Early view of residential subdivision in Campbellton. Also visible is the Campbell River and the bridge over the river.

Campbell River police officer Mac MacAlpine

"Milton (Mac) MacAlpine came to Campbell River as a policeman in 1933." [Diamond in the Rough, p.163]. He was a member of the B.C. Provincial Police and is seen here with a highway patrol vehicle.

Campbell River school track and field event

Sports day event at the Campbell River Elementary, Junior Senior High School

Annual boat regatta held in Campbell River

The Crystal Grill, Campbellton

The Crystal Grill was located on the corner of Petersen Road and the Island Highway in Campbellton. It was owned by the Benton and Garrett families at various times.

Godfrey Baldwin's paper boy