Photo album contents related to local Whistler artist, Isobel MacLaurin. Items in the file include:
001: 9.5 x 13.5 cm colour photograph showing a "B.C. Rivers Day” mural. Caption: "Presently, I'm painting another 4' x 6' mural for the Burnaby municipality. Above is (1) of (4)." 002: 9.5 x 13.5 cm colour photograph showing a mural of a grizzly bear and salmon. Caption: "One of six murals for the B.C. Institute of Technology." 003: 15 x 10.2 cm colour photograph showing a floral wall mural. Caption: "One of two floral murals at the entrance to Chateau Whistler's Wildflower Restaurant." (WA_1986_083_05_001_001_003) 004: 10.1 x 15.1 cm colour photograph showing a mural of bears at a golf course. Caption: "2 of 10 paintings Whistler Golf Club." 005: 15 x 10.1 cm colour photograph showing Isobel MacLaurin standing beside a mural of a golfer. Caption: "2 of 10 paintings Whistler Golf Club." 006: 9.5 x 13.5 cm colour photograph showing Isobel MacLaurin painting a mural of fish in a lake. Caption: "These paintings are so new, they will be on (1) Blackcomb (2) Chateau Golf Course." 007: 11.8 x 10.1 cm colour photograph showing Isobel MacLaurin holding up a painting of a golf course. Caption: "These paintings are so new, they will be on (1) Blackcomb (2) Chateau Golf Course." 008: Newspaper article, “A Prime Minister’s Christmas,” with a sketch of the Skier’s Chapel by Isobel MacLaurin. 009: Card with colour painting of the Skier’s Chapel by Isobel MacLaurin. 010: 10.2 x 15.1 cm colour photograph of people with the Skiier's Chapel in background. Marked "Pierre T. 1968." 011: Thank-you card with a drawing of Myrtle Philip c. 1919 on front (signed Isobel MacLaurin, 1987) and information about Myrtle on back. 012: Page about Isobel MacLaurin from Whistler Winter/Spring 1994 magazine.
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.
Photographs of the Canadian Yachting Association Instructor Program at Jericho Beach in Vancouver. Group portrait of the instructors to be certified through the program, a man standing near a hut with life jackets, and Leanne Lamoureux standing in front of a stack of boats.
Written on verso: WA_2016_002_01_03_001: "CANADIAN YACHTING ASSOCIATION Instructor Program Jeric[h]o Beach - 3 of these instructors worked for W[histler] K[ids] W[indsurfing]" WA_2016_002_01_03_002: "Jeric[h]o Staff (not W[histler K[ids] W[indsurfing] or C[anadian] Y[achting] A[ssociation])" WA_2016_002_01_03_003: "Leanne Lamoureux - Instructor Certifier from Canadian National team member Head Instructor W[histler] K[ids] W[indsurfing]"
An information letter to skiers potentially attending the Garibaldi Ski School, sent April, 1967. It explains there will be two sections of the Whistler Mountain Summer Ski Camp: the Racing Section with Toni Sailer and the Ski Technique section with Art Furrer. It also gives arrival instructions, including recommended flights into the Vancouver airport for attendees. The letter is signed by the director Roy A. Ferris. A handwritten note in the top right-hand corner reads "Dep. $50.00 x 2 for S and J for June 18-27/67."
A receipt from Pletsch & Dokka Ski and Sport Shop Ltd. made out to Mr. Tom E. Ladner for purchases and credits in 1963 and 1964. Purchases include ski boots, gloves, slacks, skis, harnesses, t-shirts and a boot tree. Unidentified handwriting on the bottom.