Item 0026 - Aerial view looking toward Blue Chair, Roundhouse, and T-Bar

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Aerial view looking toward Blue Chair, Roundhouse, and T-Bar

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  • [[198-?] (Creation)

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1 photograph: b&w ; 11.5 x 13 cm

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A typed note taped to the reverse of the print reads, "In the middle of the right hand side is the famous "Roundhouse" at Garabaldi's Whistler Mountain, 75 miles north of Vancouver, British Columbia. Three chairlifts meet at this point, at the 6000 foot elevation, where skiing is "king" from November to July."

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Condition good (Jan. 2010)
Structural Damage: Small tear along bottom edge of print, and small tear along left edge of print near the bottom
Colour Change: Small reddish-brown stain on bottom of print
Creasing: Bottom left corner

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All inquiries regarding use, reproduction and publication should be addressed to museum staff.

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RAD, July 2008 version. Canada Council of Archives.


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