A brochure distributed by United Air Lines in 1936 giving tourists information about events and sights to see in and around Vancouver. Rainbow Lodge is listed, along with rates, as a summer destination under 'Resorts Near Vancouver, B.C.' on page 13. The brochure also includes a drawn map of the Vancouver area.
Draw entry answer by an anonymous entrant for the Whistler Museum event "Whistler's Mountain Identity [...]". In response to the question "What would you like to say about the past, present, and future of Whistler's Mountain Identity?" The individual responded:
"We live less than 2 hr. from an international airport in one of the world's most desirable cities. Of course there will (always!) be 30,000+ people on the ski hill. Is it time to look at OCP? Is it unrealistic to presume we can preserve our 'little town'. Too much 'wo[sic]-is-me'. Just get to the hill earlier + use better wax!"
Photographs of Toni Sailer Summer Ski Camp in 1978 including group portraits, mingling outside, campers on the glacier, a spread of food and drink, obstacle races, trampolining, canoeing, sailing, and swimming in Alta Lake.
Identification according to ADOUGLAS-03-01:
001 (53-12) – July 1978, “[Group] shots poor shadow.”
002 (56-8) – July 1978
003 (53-11) – July 1978, “Sharon Alberti, ball between the knees race.”
004 (53-18) – July 1978, “Vancouver trip group at Stanley Park.”
005 (53-20) – July 1978, “[Obscene?] jesters!”
006 (53-21) – July 1978, “Ken, Steve, Andrew, Ron.”
007 (60-13) – July-August 1978, “Wayne, Nancy, Wayne, Toni toast the luncheon.”
008 (60-11) – July-August 1978, “Scotty, Don, Danny [joking] around.”
009 (60-10) – July-August 1978, “Lunch on top of the mountain.”
010 (60-16) – July-August 1978, “Line up for lunch time.”
The official results for the du Maurier International Ladies Giant Slalom held at Whistler Mountain on January 28 and 29, 1967. The Canadian Amateur Ski Association logo is also at the top of the page. The first page features a watermark image of a ski racer. The jury's names and countries are listed on the first page. The racers' place, start number, name, country, time, and FIS points are listed on both the first and second pages. The second page lists the disqualifications, did not starts and did not finishes, and is signed by the referee.
A newspaper article entitled "Dennehys ride to Whistler for Enough is Enough finale." The article is about the end of Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's cross-Canada cycling trip and their final ride from Vancouver to Whistler with a stop in Squamish. Found in scrapbook.
Greeting and Thank You cards sent to Kerry and Ginny Dennehy and The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation. The cards are from various schools, organizations, and individuals who wished to thank the Dennehys for their involvement in spreading awareness and creating resources for mental health.
Letter from John Jennings, Manager for Travel Industry & Small Businesses Programs at Expo 86, to Sonya McCarthy, Whistler Business and Area Information Officer at the Whistler Area Information Office, regarding Whistler's participation in Expo '86 in Vancouver. The letter was sent in 1984.