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Upper Elaho Protection Campaign Booklet - [2000?]

Booklet produced by AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment) titled "Recently the Community of Whistler spoke out for the protection of the Upper Elaho - We thought we should explain ourselves..." about its campaign to save the old-growth forests of the Upper Elaho-Sims Creek area from logging. The booklet explains the importance of protecting this habitat and gives the contact information of representatives. Includes an invitation to Witness camping weekends in the Sims region hosted by the Squamish Nation.

AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment)

Cliff Fenner Fonds

  • FEN
  • Fonds
  • 1949-2002

Photographs and accompanying notes, correspondence, tests, and invoices taken by Clifford Fenner during his career as Park Supervisor for Garibaldi Provincial Park. Clifford was an avid outdoors explorer, a mountaineer, and a distinguished professional photographer. He was appointed Park Supervisor for Garibaldi Park early in 1953.

Personal Information

Series contains textual documents, slides, and a print related to the life of Clifford Fenner - portraits of him, biographical details, tourist and membership cards, survey results, job details, and obituary.

Photographs

Series contains glass slides, slides, transparencies, negatives, and a print related to the photography career of Clifford Fenner and his travels across British Columbia and the United States. Most activities and landscapes portrayed are mountaineering and skiing in Garibaldi Provincial Park in which Fenner developed.

Glass Slides

Photographs of mountaineering and other mountain adventures in Garibaldi Provincial Park, the Cariboo Range, Coastal British Columbia, and the United States.

There is 1 slide that was removed from broken glass (0093) and another that is not a glass slide (0099).

These slides seem to be colour-coded through using tape to frame the slides:
Blue is the Garibaldi region.
Yellow or Red seem to be other areas in British Columbia, and possibly Washington, but for different years (red = 1949, yellow = 1950).
Green indicates areas in the United States, such as Arizona and Colorado.

There are some slides that have 2 different tape colours.

Mountains [in Garibaldi Park]

View of snowy mountains from bare mountains with person in shot. Glass slide framed with blue tape labelled with number 23.

Mountaintops

Photograph of mountain climber in foreground looking at mountain peaks. Glass slide is framed with blue tape.

Floatplane on Garibaldi Lake

Photograph of a floatplane on Garibaldi Lake with a glacier in the background. Glass slide framed with blue tape.

Mountainside

Photograph of mountain climber sitting with gear on slope looking at side of mountain. Glass slide is framed with blue tape labeled with number 5.

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