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Franz' Run and Franz's Chair

Photographs of the dedication ceremony of “Franz’ Run” (a ski run on Whistler Mountain) in honour of Franz Wilhelmsen, December 10, 1983, as well as a Whistler Blackcomb brochure announcing, among other things, the installation of Franz's Chair, and a draft letter from Franz Wilhelmsen responding to the honour from April 2, 1998.

Week of December 15, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to rental boot return at ski lodge; meeting; ski gear; Mountain House opening; Whistler Village; playing in the snow; art; ski line-ups; lodges; Black Chair; winter; building Recreation Centre ice rink
Appears in December 17, 1981 issue:
02-233-10. Pg. 1. Caption: It was a hot time in the old town as debate ensued over the equestrian centre. Frans Carpay explains his proposal to a full house Monday, December 14.
02-233-31. Pg. 3. Caption: Rosemary Dell gets a waving salute at her going away party Friday, December 10. Rosemary, the school bus driver, is leaving Whistler for wilder times at Kitwanga in northern B.C.
02-233-21. Pg. 4. Caption: Laurier LaPierre gets a hand buckling up his boots from Jim McConkey, LaPierre was in town taping a CKVU special on beginner skiing.
02-233-53. Pg. 5. Caption: [Advertisement] Skiing a-la-Japan -- one of Roger Hale's satirical etchings. The entire collection is now on display at Forget-Me-Nots.
02-233-50. Pg. 5. Caption: [Advertisement]
02-233-48. Pg. 5. Caption: [Advertisement]
02-233-44. Pg. 6. Caption: Dan MacDonald of the Canadian Cross-Country Team takes advantage of a sunny afternoon to enjoy the Alta Lake Sports Club trails. Those who enjoy the walk from White Gold to the Village along the cross country trail are asked to keep to one side and leave the tracks to skiers.

Week of April 29, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to snow activities; cars; limbo at Caribbean Night at L'Apres; art; tennis; mountain views; Whistler Realty; skiing; chairlift; McConkey Cup skiing; town planning public hearing;
Appears in April 29, 1982 issue:
02-243-12. Pg. 5. Caption: Sowing so he'll reap, Resort Municipality of Whistler maintenance man, Brian Sandercock prepares the turf for summer.
02-243-63. Pg. 6. Caption: Red Feather. Two in the late series of the Tomlinson's stone lithographs have just arrived in Whistler and are now on display at Inge's Gifts and Crafts. Red Feather, pictured above, marks Olga Tomlinson's return to using children as subjects for her exquisitely rendered works. Her husband Ray has released a very striking but uncharacteristic edition, Great Blue Heron. The Tomlinsons, who work out of their studio in the Cariboo, are now one of the eight Canadian lithographic studios registered with the Tamarind Institute at the University of New Mexico.
02-243-4. Pg. 7. Caption: Survivors of the April blizzards, these crocuses stand proudly in Whistler Village.
02-243-65. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Jim Crichton, Carpenter, Property owner in Alpine Meadows.
02-243-82. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Barry Johnston, Social Psychologist, Property owner in Alpine Meadows.
02-243-87. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] David Kirk, Whistler Village Sports/ Whistler Creek Ski Shop, Property owners in Alta Vista.
02-243-77. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Charlie Doyle, Commercial Artist, Property owner in MDC.
02-243-72. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Mark Sadler, Contractor/Developer, Multiple commercial & residential property owner.
02-243-71. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Drew Meredith, Real Estate Agent, Property owner in Alta Vista.
02-243-106. Pg. 10. Caption: A zing of a fling gets the frisbee airborne by four year-old Justin Adams. Justin and his friends have had plenty of perfect frisbee weather with winter's retreat over the past week.
02-243-117. Pg. 11. Caption: After a day on the mountain, a little recovery is in order. A siesta helps revive tired muscles.
02-243-133. Pg. 12. Caption: Skiers on Whistler enjoyed the sun as much as the runs Sunday. Stacy Davert from Everett Washington absorbs a few rays between trips down the mountain.
02-243-30. Pg. 13. Caption: Two contestants go under the pole during Friday's Caribbean night held at L'Apres. Micheal Chidley limboed his way to Mexico taking first place in the competition.
02-243-25. Pg. 16. Caption: [top] Youngsters give it their best during an end-of-the-season match held at Myrtle Philip School grounds.
02-243-8. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] The creator of Snowball, Doug Calder, takes a break in the sunshine, during the first Snowball match held at Whistler.
02-243-120. Pg. 17. Caption:: [top] Competitor heads down course in Whistler Ski Club spring slalom.
02-243-23. Pg. 17. Caption: [bottom] Its a foil in the new all-Canadian game of Snowball.
02-243-113. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] The Spring is Sprung -- Walter Wallgram plays an early season game of tennis at the Inside Out Tennis Club at JB's while there is still snow on the back court.
02-243-53. Pg. 21. Caption: Val Wong gets down to some serious limboing at Caribbean Night. Wong's style won her first prize in the women's competition an a heli-skiing trip.

Week of October 18, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to children presenting art; meeting; hockey; chairlifts in the fog; football in the snow; cars; dinner event; Whistler's Pierre Trudeau; Whistler Winterhawks; Alta Lake Community Club; Myrtle Philip School Fire Prevention Week; L'Apres
Appears in October 21, 1982 issue:
02-299-43. Pg. 1. Caption: A Whistler wonderland appeared overnight Sunday, Oct. 17 with the season's first snow in the valley.
02-299-29. Pg. 3. Caption: Whistler Council shows the signs of a gruelling three-hour public hearing held to discuss bylaws for the equestrian centre Oct. 18.
02-299-73. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Vikki Fuller, Future Village store operator, Alpine Meadows.
02-299-66. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Pierre Trudeau, Insulation contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-299-12. Pg. 7. Caption: A close call for the Squamish Hunters as Whistler WInterhawks set up a shot-on-goal in Saturday''s game.
02-299-60. Pg. 10. Caption: Newcomvers and old-timers enjoyed tea and nibbles at the second annual Welcom to Whistler Tea put on by the Alta Lake Community Club in Blackcomb Lodge Sunday, Oct. 17.
02-299-1. Pg. 11. Caption: Myrtle Philip School Fire Prevention Week poster winners display their winning paintings. From left to right: Jessica Humphries, Michele Zinsli, Heather Paul, Karen Wylie, Shannon Brown-Ashton, Sonja Richli, Peaches Grant, Missing is Rya Kirkwood.
02-299-21. Pg. 12. Caption: [top] New crew at L'Apres are food-service supervisors (left to right) Debi Smolkin, Louis-Rene Jobin, Brenda Thompson and Chris Bahrey.
02-299-57. Pg. 13. Caption: The world was someone's living room -- so who needs a TV when you can sit and watch the crowds stroll by in the municipal parking lot.
02-299-74. Pg. 14. Caption: Richard Miller outside Granny's Food Emporium, which will open in Whistler Nov. 1.
02-299-49. Pg. 16. Caption: DeMolay youngsters take full advantage of the first snow of the season and run through a very crisp game of flag football Sunday, Oct. 17.

Week of December 20, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to crowds in Whistler Village in winter; car accident; portraits; group photo; skiers; icicles; chairlift; drinking; restaurant interior; children sitting on Santa's lap; man reading 'Sea to Sky Country'; buffet dinner; Whistler Mountain Ski Club group photos; choir singing; North Shore Community Credit Union; Orphan's Monday Benefit at Club 10; Alta Lake Community Club; Sunshine Jim; Pika's Restaurant official opening; Vox Humana Choir
Appears in December 20, 1984 issue:
02-385-130. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] People might have complained about long line-ups at the credit union, but until Sunday heat was never a problem. But Sunday, the day the North Shore Community Credit Union moved across the square to its new, 1,300 sq. ft. premises, John Hunan of Whistler (right) found himself in a chilly line-up behind Danny Meier and David Monteith (left) of North Vancouver. Actually, it's a bogus lone-up: the bureau shown, as well as an 8,500 fund safe and other banking equipment had to be moved by truck from the old location to the new. Carpenters and electricians worked nearly around the clock Sunday and Monday to be ready for business as usual Tuesday. They made deadline.
02-385-138. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Ross Smith from Nasty Jack's carves up a turkey at Club 10's benefit for Orphans Monday. More than 40 people turned out for the event featuring a buffet dinner catered by Nasty Jack's with all proceeds going to the Vancouver Fire Department's Orphans Fund.
02-385-13. Pg. 6. Caption: Drew Meredith
02-385-29. Pg. 6. Caption: Norm Trottier
02-385-18. Pg. 6. Caption: Arv Pellegrin
02-385-25. Pg. 6. Caption: Colleen Wuolle
02-385-17. Pg. 6. Caption: Michelle Harris
02-385-27. Pg. 6. Caption: Jan Simpson
02-385-15. Pg. 6. Caption: Don Wensley
02-385-21 Pg. 6. Caption: Chris Moore
02-385-20. Pg. 6. Caption: Pat Kelly
02-385-91. Pg. 7. Caption: Five-year-old Paul Vance shares Santa's knee with his brother, six-month-old John.
02-385-122. Pg. 14. Caption: John Bartosik, publisher/photographer of Sea to Sky Country.
02-385-97. Pg. 15. Caption: Sunshine Jim entertained about more than 100 Whistler youngsters Saturday afternoon before the kids were visited by Santa Claus. Sunshine Jim sang a series of songs including Scooter the Car and Porky the Raccoon who, even though traditional enemies, became friends. The event was sponsored by the Alta Lake Community Club and was held in the Myrtle Philip School lunchroom.
02-385-104. Pg. 19. Caption: Michele Bertholet is the head chef at Pika's (pronounced Peeka's), Whistler Mountain's new restaurant adjacent the Roundhouse. The facility, which is licensed to seat 400 persons, had its official opening Friday. The 8,300 sq. ft. restaurant, designed by architect Lee Bruch and engineer Jon Paine, cost about $600,000 to construct including more than $150,000 in kitchen equipment. Bertholet and his staff will now be able to provide freshly baked pastries, rolls and buns daily as well as hearty meals such as Baron of Beef and chili. As well, the new restaurant features a custom sandwich bar. Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation named the restaurant Pika's, a small rock rabbit commonly found through the high alpine regions of North America, after a contest that drew 300 entries. Whistler residents Ms. Lori Mitchell and Mr. Peter Pritt were the winners and will split the grand prize so that each will receive $100 as well as a $50 gift certificate from Dusty's Cantina. Coincidentally, the name also fits a former mountain resident of a slightly larger form: Jessica Hare. Jessica lived in Whistler Mountain's alpine residence for four of her five years and gained the nickname Pika.
02-385-120. Pg. 24. Caption: [left] Wendy von der Porten, Physician, Vancouver/Whistler.
02-385-118. Pg. 24. Caption: [middle] John Matthews, Businessman, Hawaii
02-385-117. Pg. 24. Caption: [right] Tom Handford, Carpenter, Sooke, B.C.
02-385-99. Pg. 27. Caption: Pika's (pronounced Peeka's) was officially opened Friday as Whistler Mountain unveiled its newest mountaintop restaurant. The two-level facility, which will feature light entertainment in the afternoon, is licensed to seat 400 skiers. Dressed in white in the centre are some of PIka's kitchen staff.
02-385-67. Pg. 28. Caption: A winter scene at Jordan Creek in Alpha Lake Park.
02-385-9. Pg. 29. Caption: Blackcomb Mountain Staff
02-385-155. Pg. 31. Caption: Vox Humana, an a capella choir group from Vancouver, entertained only 33 people Saturday evening at the Delta an event organized by Whistler Community Arts Council. Whistler Visitors and residents missed out on a stellar performance by the group as they performed Spanish, Latin, and traditional Christmas carols. One of the highlights of the evening included the touching rendition of a carol written by a Vancouver woman who's child died on Christmas.

Week of December 20, 1978

Photographs including but not limited to Myrtle Philip Elementary School Choir; Myrtle Philip School "A Christmas Story" Christmas Play; Gondola Barn; Whistler Mountain; Skiing; Creekside Gondola
02-027-19. Pg. 1. Caption: The season's first skiers lining up to buy tickets on Friday, December 15, 1978.
02-027-07. Pg. 6. Caption: Caroline Richard sings 'Silent Night' at the Brownie Christmas Concert while Jodi Rustad accompanies her.
02-027-17. Pg 6. Caption: One of the first gondolas full of skiers to go up the mountain this year.
02-027-04. Pg. 10. Caption: "A Christmas Story' - sheep in the foreground with a shepherd and the Wise Men behind.
02-027-05. Pg. 11. Caption: The Myrtle Philip School Choir in full voice.
02-027-11. Pg. 14. Caption: Santa is surrounded by children at the school concert.
02-027-10. Pg. 16. Caption: Betty Shore shares a joke with Santa after the concert.

Week of February 26, 1980

Photographs including but not limited to construction; chairlift line-ups; lodges; dumpsters; drinking
02-056-6. Pg. 1. Caption: University school break results in record mid-wee crowds.
02-056-5. Pg. 1. Caption: This is not a Sunday! Just the Olive Chair lineup on Thursday, February 21.
02-056-24. Pg. 5. Caption: Lennie Thevarge and Mark Dan look over artifacts at the Heritage Village in Burnaby.
02-056-23. Pg. 5. Caption: Grade 10 students on their x-country trip at C.M.O.S. Stephen Vogler, Garth Phare, Laura Sabey, Pam Spencer, Aleta Ross, Angela Frederick, Judy Tourand, Mr. Georgas.
02-056-15. Pg. 7. Caption: This pile of garbage which was dumped by the side of the highway at Nesters Rd. on Monday morning had the following note in it: Dear Matt, Peter or Dawn, the fridge is f...d so I put the food outside Signed: Gust. If you know any of these people please let us know.
02-056-4. Pg. 9. Caption: MDC President Charlie McClain addresses the shareholders while Francois Lepine and Ken Beatty look on.
02-056-2. Pg. [10] or back cover. Caption: Mild weather allows work to proceed on the town centre. Concrete is poured on the floor slabs of Parcel 6 while roofers work on Parcel 10 in background.

Week of February 11, 1980

Photographs including but not limited to cross-country skiing; dining; mountain views; Whistler Mountain; chairlift; downhill skiing; art
02-058-36. Pg. 1. Caption: Sunshine and good skiing -- the way it has been on the top of Whistler for the past week.
02-058-29. Pg. 4. Caption: Land Company Marketing Manager Colin Chedore shows off the town centre to the visiting travel writers.
02-058-03. Pg. 6. Caption: Nicholas Busdon heads across the finish line in the Elementary Boys race.
02-058-17. Pg. 6. Caption: Kauko Puscnius receives his first place medal from Al Fisher as Labatt's Terry Burns looks on.
02-058-49-51. Pg. 7. Caption: At Rainbow Ski Village the primary students start to learn skiing. Top to bottom: Noni Bredt, Brie Minger, Andrew Hofman.
02-058-12. Pg. 12. Caption: The new addition to the Gulf Station showing the two service boys.
02-058-23. Pg. 12. Caption: CKVU's Ralph (Raccoon) Carney interviews Tom Jarvis, Beau Jarvis and Peaches Grant at Beau's on Sunday evening.
02-058-59. Pg. 13. Caption: Bob Matheson works on the new Superior muffler pipe bending machine.
02-058-58. Pg. 13. Caption: Some of the shapes and kinks that the machine turns out.
02-058-06. Pg. [16]. Caption: None listed.

Week of December 11, 1979

Photographs including but not limited to skiing; Chamber Dinner Dance; Pat Carleton; Kay Carleton; Leo Verstraete; speeches; roads
Appears in December 12, 1979 issue:
02-067-60. Pg. 1. Caption: Whistler Gondola Parking Lot almost deserted due to the heavy rains on Sunday, December 9.
02-067-33. Pg. 3. Caption: Dave Cathers proudly holds the "Citizen of the Year" plaque awarded to him during the December 7th Chamber Dinner/Dance.
02-067-30, 17, 25. Pg. 4. Caption: Chamber Dinner/Dance scenes: (above) President Drew Meredith makes presentations to Information Centere staff (l-r) Evelyn Cullen, Linda Satre and Laura McGuffin; (Centre) Land Company representatives (l-r) Terry Minger, Cesare Gianna, Neil Griggs and Judy Minger.
[Bottom] Herb Capozzi addresses the Chamber Dinner/Dance.
02-067-62, 65. Pg. 5. Caption: Flooding in Alta Vista -- Ann and Dave Ricardo stand in front of their home (left), while Bill Wallace attempts to clear a culvert on Archibald Way (Below).
02-067-20. Pg. 6. Caption: Diane Alder and Franz Wilhelmsen at the Chamber of Commerce Dinner/Dance.
02-067-22. Pg. 6. Caption: A smiling couple! Catby & Bob Ainsworth at the dance.
02-067-37. Pg. 14. Caption: 25 visiting Rotary students who came to Whistler for the weekend.
02-067-51. Pg. 14. Caption: Rotary hosts entertain visiting students at the pot-luck dinner at Myrtle Philip School.
02-067-54. Pg. 15. Caption: Saturday night driver gets well-parked on the blue side.
02-067-29. Pg. [16] or back cover. Caption: Mayor Carleton reads oath of office to incoming Chamber officers (l-r) Vice-President Michael D'Artois, President Drew Meredith, secretary Jenny Busdon.

Week of August 1, 1979

02-088-70. Pg. 1. Caption: Some of the headlines recently appearing in the Vancouver newspapers about the Whistler Resort Association.
02-088-62. Pg. 4. Caption: The first Town Centre complex package starts! Neil Roberts (on level) and Nello Busdon lay out the foundations of Package #3.
02-088-75. Pg. 6. Caption: Vicki Vogler and Laura McGuffin with the new Whistler hiking book they produced -- now on sale at the Information Centre for 75 cents.
02-088-66. Pg. 7. Caption: Gulf Oil truck pumps gas into the Husky tanks during the gas shortage due to Trimac dispute.
02-088-81. Pg. 9. Caption: Four excited kids take part in the 3-legged race at the Summer Recreation sports day. P. Hocking photo.
02-088-63. Pg. 11. Caption: The largest ballroom in town! -- the completed A building of the Town Centre parking structure.
02-088-37. Pg. 12. Caption: The group at the Sailer Fischer Ski Camp party catered by the Keg. Left to right: Wayne Wong, Wayne Booth, Schultz, Nancy Greene, Toni Sailer, Rookie, Alan White.

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