12 archival descriptions results for A-frames
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Photograph of Paul Burrows' A-frame house, in which he first published the Whistler Question newspaper.
Photographs of A-frame Fire Hall #3 in Creekside, taken in 2004.
- [c. 1968-1980]
Part of Janet Love Morrison Fonds
Photographs of Skier's Plaza in winter, Tony Biggen-Pund and Byron Gracie outside an alpine A-Frame that was used as a workshop and emergency shelter for the alpine T-bar on Whistler Mountain, a man skiing, a sign reading 'Garbage Estates - Choice Lots Available', Blackcomb Mountain in 1979, chairlift construction, and the Valley T-bar during a snowy day on May Long Weekend in Spring 1968, the Whistler Village site in 1978, construction of Whistler Village, Whistler Village in 1980, and early Blackcomb Mountain ski runs covered in snow.
- October 1977 - March 1982
Part of Greg Griffith
Photographs of someone hiking up a snow-covered mountain, mountain views of bowls with ski and hiking tracks throughout, views of various people skiing including through fresh powder, between trees, and on moguls. Also includes photographs of the view of Whistler Valley and a ski run with moguls as seen from a chairlift, someone sitting below the sign of a person on a ski hill, a night view of a group of Whistler Highlands condominiums (labelled as Highland), a group of cabins and A-frames under snow, a shot of a ski race, a snowy day of an area on Whistler Mountain including a light board and either Red or Orange chair in the foreground, a man standing near a chairlift tower [possibly working on it?], a woman posing with her skis next to an 'Attention' sign on the mountain, an aerial photograph of Roundhouse Lodge with a large crowd of people, and a shot of a man [possibly an employee] with a ski run in the background.