Gondola Barn

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Prints 025-028

Photographs of flooding in Creekside: a large flooded construction site by the Old Gondola Barn, and a flooded street with a sign for Gondola Village.

Prints 019-032

Photographs of the flooding of Whistler Creek in the Creekside area; they show construction vehicles working to control of the floods with houses in the background and one photograph shows the Old Gondola Barn in the background.

Negatives Sheet 2

  1. Farmers Market stalls on the Village Stroll.
  2. Tables set up in Mountain Square with Amsterdam Pub in the background.
  3. Tables set up in Mountain Square with Amsterdam Pub and the Hilton Hotel construction in the background.
  4. A crowd in Mountain Square.
  5. A crowd in Mountain Square watching a performance with the Amsterdam Pub and Hilton Hotel construction in the background.
  6. A crowd in Mountain Square with the Amsterdam Pub and Hilton Hotel construction in the background.
  7. Whistler Conference Center's Roof under construction.
  8. Unidentified building under construction.
  9. Hilton Hotel under construction.
  10. A crowd in Mountain Square with Amsterdam Pub and the Hilton Hotel construction in the background.
  11. A crowd in Mountain Square with Amsterdam Pub in the background.
  12. The Clocktower building.
  13. The Hilton Hotel under construction
  14. The Clocktower building with construction in the foreground,
  15. Whistler Village Inn and Suites under construction.
    15-17. The Hilton Hotel under construction.
  16. The Adara Hotel under construction with the Whistler Conference Centre in the background.
  17. Flooding in the Creekside area.
  18. Cars parked by the Whistler Conference Centre.
  19. The Hilton Hotel under construction.
  20. Carleton Lodge under construction with the Clocktower Building in the background.
  21. Flooding in the Creekside area.
  22. Flooding in the Creekside area with the Gondola Barn in the background.

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."
077: "Tony and his new wife skiing on his day off, top of red chair, 1969."
078: "Centre: Al White and Roy Ferris, the first ski school directors and instructors taken at Midstation, fall of 1966."
079: "Maudy Harrison, employed at Cheakamus Inn, at the top of the Red Chair, spring 1966."
080: "Cheakamus Inn (now Highland Vale) from the air, 1966."
081: "Creekside, Jordan's Lodge, and Nita Lake from the air. 1966"
082: "Valley bottom (Creekside) taken from Gondola Tower 14, fall of 1965"
083: "Creekside looking north towards Cheakamus Inn from the parking lot. 1966. Highland Lodge is hidden in the hollow between Cheakamus Inn and the camera."
084: "Bottom of Valley (Creekside) and lift buildings taken from Gondola Tower 13 (near the top) in the fall of 1965."
085: "How things change! Creekside Spring 1970"
086: "Bottom of Valley (Creekside) and lift buildings taken from Gondola Tower 3 (later Tower 4) in the fall of 1965. From the left is the staff [back?] house trailers, cafeteria, and in front the ski shop and on the right the Gondola Barn. The highway was gravel."
087: "Tony Biggin-Pound and his new wife on the deck front of the cafeteria, 1969."

G.W. 7

Photograph of the original Gondola Barn in Creekside.

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 North Vancouver, B.C.". Contents were found in a folder labelled "Whistler".

Cut-up contact sheets

Photographs depicting aerial views of mountains (mostly Whistler Mountain), people skiing, heli-skiing, the gondola, and people relaxing on the mountain. These photos were most likely taken during scouting trips by Franz Wilhelmsen to plan the ski resort, as well as the first open season of the ski resort.

Rolly Ford Photo Publications Ltd.

Lift Line for Gondola

A long line for the gondola is seen stretching back into the parking lot. There are two prints in the envelope: one marked C1, which has been scanned, and one marked C2. A post-it on the back of C1 identfies this as "Whistler Mtn. Creekside lift line for Gondola c. mid 1970s". C2 is identified as a former display copy.

Aerial Shots

Photographs taken by Greg Griffith depicting aerial views of Whistler Mountain, Whistler Village, Creekside Gondola Barn, Olympic Run, and a ski race.

Griffith, Greg

George Benjamin Fonds

  • Benjamin
  • Fonds
  • [1968-1991]

Photographs including but not limited to the Canadian Garibaldi Championships [1968], freestyle skiing, avalanche patrol, First Aid Ski Patrol, chairlifts, Pacific Great Eastern train, Toad Hall, helicopter landings, kayaking, Zube's Mushroom House, marijuana growing, the Crazy Canunks in Aspen, Franz Wilhelmsen skiing in 1982, Whistler aerials, Tokum Corners, summers at Lost Lake and Nita Lake, George Benjamin's family, construction of Town Hall, squatters at Jordan's Lodge, flood damage and landscapes, Pemberton rodeo, skiing on Whistler Mountain, hang-gliding, Gelandesprung ski jump contest, competitive downhill ski races, recreational skiing, windsurfing on Alta Lake, canoeing and kayaking on the River of Golden Dreams, avalauncher gun, Pacific Great Eastern maintenance and train during a snowstorm, fishing on Alta Lake, Gondola Barn in Creekside, chairlifts on Whistler Mountain, Roundhouse, Nancy Greene Summer Ski School, World Cup 1984, landscapes of Whistler, Pemberton, Mount Currie Rodeo, salmon smoking, and a party at Jordan's Lodge on Nita Lake.

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