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Photographs given to Janet Love Morrison by Intrawest.

Photographs of Franz Wilhelmsen skiing with Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, a Garibaldi Lifts Ltd. Summer Camp ski pass, Whistler Village in the midst of construction from Whistler Mountain, a ski school group photo with children posing with Willie Whistler, Garibaldi Olympic Development Association (GODA) notice of annual general meeting form 1966, Garibaldi Lifts Ltd. Subscription Agreement, a letter from Franz Wilhelmsen to Florence Strachan notifying the sending of the Garibaldi Lifts Ltd. Subscription Agreement, a flyer about Jim McConkey and Bob Dufour's Garibaldi Ski School, a group of children in ski school with their instructor, a baby on skis, a group photo of Yosemite Ski School from Winter 1948 (including, from left to right, Bob Berelsford, Ross Moore, Norm Palmer, Jim McConkey, Chuck Freshwater, Nic Fiore, Tony Freitas, Bill Cahow, and Luggi Foeger), Alta Lake train station on the PGE, Myrtle Philip in her elder years walking with Gary Watson, a sign on Whistler Mountain listing the town services in the 1970s [post-it reading "For Sure"], Roundhouse, Eric Beardmore and the Woodward family skiing Whistler Mountain, Jim McConkey skiing Whistler Mountain, the front cover of the September/October 1963 issue of Skier Magazine showing Willy Schaeffler and Franz Wilhelmsen inspecting the mountain, skiers posing, Whistler T-bar, skiers from Garibaldi Ski School posing for a portrait, children posing with their instructor, and a woman from Ski Patrol.

Wilhelmsen fonds

  • WIL
  • Fonds
  • [1950s?]-1998

Documents, photographs, films, and other graphic material relating to the career, accomplishments, interests, and family life of Franz Wilhelmsen, including:

  • Awards and honours he received
  • Organizations and Corporations he ran or was involved with
  • Personal photographs
  • Newspapers and magazine articles
  • Personal and professional correspondence
  • VHS Videos

Photographs

Personal photographs belonging to Franz Wilhelmsen

Photographs

Personal photos belonging to Franz Wilhelmsen, comprising:

Photos from Philip Wilhelmsen’s family album:

  • Franz with Annette and various other people, [1980s-1990s]
  • Franz and Stefan Ples. Caption on verso: “Dad/Stephan[sic] Ples”
  • Franz and another man standing next to a helicopter
  • Black and white photograph. Caption on verso: “Dad & Crown Princess Martha, 1942”

Skiing photographs:

  • Franz skiing with Pierre Trudeau and Jim McConkey [1970s]. Caption on verso: “McConkey/Trudeau/Dad”
  • Four people in skis sitting on a bench, March 1977

Ship photograph:

  • Nitinat. Caption: “Dad’s First Coastal Water Enterprise” [1950s]. The Nitinat was a ship, part of Franz’s first business venture after the war.

Captioned photographs:

  • Four people in skis sitting on a bench. Caption: “ ‘One of the [Lawman] Annie Benches’ – The plank would be raised as the snow deapth [sic] increased. Invented by Annette Wilhelmsen, to the right in her canary suit.”
  • Douglas McKay Brown, Franz Wilhelmsen, Eric Beardmore and Annette Wilhelmsen boarding a train. Caption: “Spring 1961, early morning boarding on P.G.E. Railway for exploring around Alta Lake: Douglas McKay Brown, Vancouver Solicitor, Franz, Eric Beardmore who built the first hotel at Whistler, the Cheakamus Inn, and Annette Wilhelmsen.”
  • The old Stud Sawmill. Caption: “This is what was left of the old stud sawmill in the Valley by 1960.”

Holiday card photographs

Negatives:

  • Early Whistler, 1961-1962
  • Franz Wilhelmsen
  • Boarding the train
  • Standing by a helicopter

Negatives 433-459

Photographs of an early ski advertisement for Whistler Mountain, children being towed up a T-bar, Roundhouse, Franz Wilhelmsen in skis, and Pierre Elliott Trudeau's visit to Whistler Mountain.

Negatives 460-487

Photographs of Roundhouse, a newspaper article of Pierre Elliott Trudeau visiting Whistler Mountain, and skiers posing.

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