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B.C. Motorist Magazine, November-December 1965

The November-December 1965 (Vol. 4, No. 6) issue of B.C. Motorist Magazine published by B.C. Automobile Association containing the following articles:
"Looking Back and Looking Ahead"
"Kootenay Elixir"
"Christmas Holly Is a Busy B.C. Industry"
"B.C. Centenary"
"In Return for Use of the Car..."
"Car Theft Protection"
"Gaglardi Replies About Metal Studs"
"How to Greet The Natives"
"Squamish Loggers Sports Day"
"The Best Bridge Contractor"
Cliff Fenner used x-marked tabs on pages 5, 12, 23, 24, 25, and 28 to indicate his photographs used in the magazine. These photographs are of a natural rock bridge on Lower Arrow Lake, Cranbrook, Castlegar, Elk River (tab missing), Squamish pipe band, and logging demonstrations.


File contains details (descriptions, dates, and purchases) for 56 photographs of coastal areas, using the code "C". This record is organized in table format.

Details of transparencies and negatives

Subseries contains details (description, dates, and purchases) of transparencies and negatives. Fenner coded these descriptions to correspond with photographs in the collection.
The codes in this subseries are:
A (Alaska Highway)
C (Coastal)
G (Garibaldi)
G.W. (Garibaldi Whistler)
L (Local)
VI (Vancouver Island)
B (Buildings)
NAR (Article Negative)
TAR (Article Transparency)
LN (Night)
REC (Recreation)
RE (Resorts)
SP (Sports)
NSP (Sports Negative)
WF (Wildflowers)
NWF (Wildflowers Negative)
NF, FN, FNL (Flowers)

Garibaldi Park

Photographs mostly of mountaineering, camping, trail-building, construction, and ski touring in Garibaldi Park, but also in Maple Ridge and Golden Ears.

Garibaldi [3]

Photographs of Garibaldi Park. Subjects include but are not limited to skiing, hiking, and wildflowers.

Each transparency is coded with "GZ" with a respective number.
File also contains a paper with a list of the photographed areas (Mount Baker, Garibaldi, Whistler, Squamish, and Pemberton) with numbers for each region and a total.

List of places

List of 50 places with years, possibly corresponding with photographs by Clifford Fenner. This page was found outside of any folder or envelope but is part of collection.

Parks Reports + Info

File contains letters from Cliff Fenner, one to the Chief Forester of B.C. Forest Service and two to The Director of Parks Branch regarding Garibaldi Park. The first letter is about the naming of Haney area in regard to what should be included in Garibaldi Park. The second letter discusses the helicopter tour to evaluate Garibaldi's Olympic Games potential. The last letter discusses the potential for the Olympic Games in the Cheakamus Lake area. This letter has a paper attached detailing measurements, such as snow depth, from March 19, 1960.

Photo Order Notes

File contains documents pertaining to the prices and payment for photographs taken of the regions in BC, Alberta, and the United States. Areas include but are not limited to Garibaldi, Squamish, Pemberton, Fraser Valley, Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, Alaska Highway, Kootenays, Cariboo, the Rocky Mountains, and Idaho. File also contains specific invoices regarding the sale of Garibaldi Park photographs to publisher Douglas & McIntyre Ltd., along with the business card of Marilyn Sack, of Douglas & McIntyre Ltd.

Photo subject list

File contains a list of places and general subjects photographed by Clifford Fenner with details of format (size of transparency or negative). List is divided in regions with specific areas photographed. Regions include Greater Vancouver area, Fraser Valley and Canyon, Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands, Sunshine Coast, Howe Sound, Squamish, Pemberton, Okanagan, Merritt, Similkameen, Thompson River, Kootenays, the Rocky Mountains, Selkirks, Revelstoke, Cariboo, Chilcotin, Highway 16, Peace River, Northern BC, Yukon, and Alaska. General subjects include but are not limited to bridges, campsites, flowers, glaciers, rock faces, skiing, trees, and winter scenes.

Prints 1

Aerial photographs of valley and mountains. Photographs of the Chief, boating in Squamish, trees and smoke, a sleeping person, and a dock with a truck and supplies.

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