Photographs of skiing on Whistler Mountain and in April of 1966, including photographs of the Red Chair and T-Bars, a helicopter landing on the ski hill, and views of the Whistler Valley lakes, creeks, and surrounding mountain ranges.
Captions: 001-037 are stamped: “APR[IL 19]66VI” 001: “Whistler Lift [in?] summer [1965?]” 002: “Chip @ top of Whistler - summer” 003: “Whistler – summer Lift - 60s” 004: “Grad 65 w/ Dave Montgomery” 005: “1965 Bob w/ Donna + David Montgomery”
Three letters from Rene Widmer to Alyssa Bruijns (Head Archivist & Collections Manager, Whistler Museum & Archives) sharing stories of his time working with Cliff Fenner in the Garibaldi Provincial Park area.
Letter 001: References the Whistler Museum exhibit on Cliff Fenner, and shares autobiographical details of his employment as a park ranger in Garibaldi Provincial Park, how he came to Canada, how he met Cliff, and a rough timeline of his activities and jobs in the 1960s.
Letter 002: Offers to sign a donation form for the Whistler Museum and to translate his diary entries from his time in the Black Tusk area from German to English.
Letter 003: Elucidation of more specific memories from his time as a park ranger under Cliff Fenner's mentorship, including a trip leading girl guides from Squamish into the park to camp at Taylor Meadows and lyrics to a song the girl guides created about Widmer's role leading the climbing and hiking party.
Postcard depicting a mountaineering party gazing upon Black Tusk in Garibaldi Provincial Park, [possibly in the 1920s]. In red lettering at the top, "The Black Tusk" and "Garibaldi Park B. C." are written. Verso also shows red lettering reading "Garibaldi National Park Series - Timms. Vancouver Canada". In pencil, ""The Grousers" c/o 1223 Fifth Ave, New Westminster, BC" is written, as well as "Sat[urday] me thinks" and "Dear fellas:". The postcard has no stamp. The photograph was taken by Philip Timms, of Vancouver.
"Uncovering Whistler 2016" Booklet [Item 002] for the Community Foundation of Whistler program, Vital Signs. A letter is also included [Item 001], addressed to Brad Nichols (Whistler Museum & Archives Executive Director) from Carol Coffey (Community Foundation of Whistler Executive Director, presenting the booklet to the Whistler Museum & Archives and stating its purpose.
Table of contents:
About Vital Signs
Whistler Vital Signs
Community Survey Results and Whistler Community Profile Issue Areas:
Annual report for the Community Foundation of Whistler for 2017-2018. Includes statistics, strategic planning, grant information, events, community development, finances, Vital Signs information, Citizen of the Year announcements, and sponsors.
Annual report for the Community Foundation of Whistler for 2017-2018. Includes statistics, strategic planning, grant information, events, community development, finances, Vital Signs information, and sponsors.
Whistler Blackcomb Vacation Guide booklet from the 2005/2006 Winter season. The booklet shares information about the ski and snowboard school, a trail map of all runs on Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain, an accommodations map, a calendar of Winter events, prices for accommodations, transportation fees, and activity fees. The back cover gives approximate flight prices from major Canadian and American cities.
7th edition newsletter for the Resort Municipality of Whistler sent out in February 1976, which broaches topics including zoning, Official Community Plan bylaws, limits to growth, comfortable carrying capacity, accommodations, transportation, resort development, sewage, bed count, recreation, sustainability, and future outlook on development. The Newsletter was prepared by first council-member John Hetherington.