Creekside

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Prints 076-087

Photographs found inside a folded paper marked "Chapter 1", taken by A. J. Biggen-Pound.Captions:076: "Whistler Creekside gondola & cafeteria. The ski slope has been moved and the new chapel built. 1968. Taken from the air."...

G.W. 7

Photograph of the original Gondola Barn in Creekside.

Skiers and Lifts

Photographs depicting skiers, the Alpine T-bar, Creekside Base, the top of Red Chair, and skiing on Whistler Mountain.

B1 WMSC Sheet #1

Photographs depicting Red Chair, a St. Bernard dog, Green Chair, Whistler Mountain, and the interior and exterior of the Creekside Base. [This subseries also contains an iconic photo of the Gondola (originally numbered as NA376, new reference numb...

Aerial Views and Lifts

Photographs depicting aerial views of Whistler Village, Myrtle Philip School, Whistler Skiers Chapel, Olive Chair, and the Alpine T-Bar.

Fiegehen, Gary

Whistler

Photographs of Creekside in its early days, including the Gondola Barn.Written on the back of the prints, respectively, are the codes "RE 18" and "RE 15", and stamped is Fenner's address at the time: "1674 Peters Road...

Photo Envelopes

Photographs including but not limited to construction of Town Hall, squatters at Jordan's Lodge, kayaking, Ski Patrol, the Pemberton rodeo, flood damage, skiing on Whistler Mountain, hang-gliding, Gelandesprung ski jump contest, competitive d...

Toad Hall - Tusk

Photographs of Jim Chalmers (3/2/34/39), interior of Toad Hall taken from fireplace, Jordon’s Lodge (3/2/34/40), and an A-frame house at Creekside (3/2/34/41).

Downhill 300 I

Photographs of the Creekside Gondola parking lot and a ski race on Whistler Mountain.

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