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.
Photographs taken by Dick Chambers during the 1950s and 1960s, primarily of mountaineering trips in the Pacific Northwest and BC, but also including family photographs and photographs of the Vancouver and Mt Seymour areas. A large portion of the photos were shot with Ektachrome film.
Photographs of the construction of Granville Bridge in May, 1953. Caption on envelope for all photographs reads "Granville Bridge - May 53 - Norm[adol]". [Normadol refers to Ansco Normadol fine grain developer, used to develop the photos.]
Photograph of Burrard Bridge taken from Clay's Wharf on March 14, 1954. Caption reads: "Burrard Bridge from Clay's Wharf - Mar[ch] 14 54 - Supreme Norm[adol]". [Normadol refers to Ansco Normadol fine grain developer, used to develop the photos.]
Photographs of seagulls as seen from the ferry between Vancouver and Nanaimo, BC on June 27, 1954. Caption reads: "Sea gulls - Vancouver-Nanaimo - June 27 54 - 3 neg[ative]s - Supreme Norm[adol] Aug[ust] 31 54". [Normadol refers to Ansco Normadol fine grain developer, used to develop the photos. The second date in the caption refers to the date the photo was developed. The second date is likely the date the photos were developed.]