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Part of Brooks fonds
Photographs of winter sledding, cabins, a snowball fight, Emmie Brooks, canoeing, archery, picnics, boating, a beach, snowshoeing, dogs, skating, hiking, mountaineering, (028) boating on Galiano Island Coon Point, and a postcard from March 1925.
Part of Brooks fonds
Photographs of mountaineering; female mountaineers; hiking; climbing; Luxor; Pitt Valley; Sphinx; Garibaldi Lake; crevasse; Garibaldi; Gentian Ridge; Black Tusk; alpine flowers; Sentinel; Castle Towers camp; The Table; cross-country skiing; Hollyburn Ridge; Forks Peak; Crown Mountain; The Camel; Echo Mountain; Goat Mountain; Cathedral-White; hiking; scenery; camping; climbing in Peru; Grand Canyon; Red Rock; Yellowstone Canyon; Old Faithful Geyser; Giant Geyser; bears; elk; buffalo; Indian Chief; picnics; a summit cairn; seagulls; Lake of the Hanging Glaciers; Purcells; Earl Grey Pass; Bugaboos; Washmawapta Snow Fields; Helmet Mountain; Isaac Creek; Twin Creek; dogsledding; waterfalls; Habrych Mountain; Burbank; Santa Barbara; aerial mountain shots; float planes; boating; and portraits.
Part of Brooks fonds
Photographs of the Alpine Club of Canada camp, Rogers Pass, the Rocky Mountains, Swiss Peak, Sir Donald, Selkirks, a cabin, camping, hiking clothes, a glacier, climbing, mountaineering, female mountaineers, hiking, Black Tusk, Garibaldi Lake, Castle Towers, Guard Mountain, The Table, Black Tusk meadows, Helm Glacier, Mount Price, Eric Brooks, a Rocky Mountain area resort, Mount Edith Cavell, Amythest Lake, Jasper, The Seven Sisters, Mount Baker, Washington, and a postal float plane in Peru.
Part of Cliff Fenner Fonds
The January-February 1967 (Vol. 6, No. 1) issue of B.C. Motorist Magazine published by B.C. Automobile Association containing the following articles:
"Whistler - Hottest Ski Area in Canada"
"The Driving Lesson"
"Electric Autos Coming Back?"
"New Life for Old Totems"
"Fasten Your Seat Belts, Please!"
"Lake Country and Ghost Towns"
"Fishermen and Fish - The West Coast Troller"
"A Walk to Siwash Rock"
"Campbell River Loves the Sea"
"A Man and His Fossil Mountain"
Cliff Fenner used tabs on cover page and on pages 4 and 6 to indicate his photographs used in the magazine. These photographs are of Black Tusk, construction of the village in Whistler, and Dag Aabye (ski acrobat) on Whistler Mountain.
- 1912 - 1945
Photographs donated to the museum by Betty Woollard Clarke from her early years in the Whistler area.
001: Photograph of Grace Woollard and Grace Archibald on the Cheakamus trail, 1912.
002: Photograph of Grace Woollard on the steamship coming to preempt #279 parcel on the east side of Alta Lake. Inscription on verso reads: "Preemptor no 279"
003: Postcard with postmark/cancellation at Alta Lake BC 1 Aug 1917 and another at 6.45 29 Aug 1917 and a cancelled Canada Postage stamp. Postcard addressed to Mrs Charles Woollard. Reads: "Aug 1st, 17, remember how your horse balked at this spot once? Dolly arrived yesterday, hope you enjoy your holiday in the north and will be able to get...[unfortunately the last line has been cut off]." The recto of the postcard shows Cheakamus Canyon, the text on the postcard reads "536 Cheakamus Canyon, near Watson BC, Pacific Great Eastern Rly, Photo by C Bradbury". The sender of the postcard has marked a point on the canyon with an "x" and has written "where we rode, an excellent picture.".
004: Christmas Card with photograph of some lakeside cabins. Text on the front reads: "Alta Lake, "Mt Whistler" McDermott Cabins" and "Merry Christmas". On the verso is written "1928".
005: Photograph of a cabin completely submerged by snow. Inscription on the verso reads: "Snow! The cabin, 1944 / 45".
006: Photograph of Grace Woollard standing on a path cleared of snow. The snow on either side of her reaches above her head. Inscription on the verso reads "Snow as it used to be! Grace Woollard 1944/45"
007: Photograph of the school children and their teacher Betty Woollard (wearing a hat) standing outside the school building in the snow. The inscription on the reverse reads "Alta Lake School, 1937."
008: Photograph of a group of people waiting for the train at Alta Lake station. The inscription on the verso reads "1937, L to R, Bill Bailiff, Mr and Mrs Racey, Ed Droll, Betty Woollard, Larry, Flo and Bob Williamson, (children?)."