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Week of April 25, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to protest against nuclear arms; sewer construction; playing tennis; portraits; downhill skiing; Schloss Laderheim Dual Mogul Classic; moguls; Bartosik; Whistler Mountain lift construction; bathing suits; art
Appears in April 28, 1983 issue:
02-312-184. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Bill Runge of Whistler Mountain Ski Corp. fastens down the village's newest signs on Monday reminding ski enthusiasts to keep heading south to the Gondola side of the mountain.
02-312-47. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] A couple of swipes from Jack Demidoff's bulldozer April 22 and the bottleneck at the bottom of lower Gondola run on Whistler Mountains is no more. The run was being widened on both sides, so look forward to new open spaces next season.
02-312-271. Pg. 6. Caption: [top] Claus Speikermann, New Democratic Party.
02-312-212. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] John Reynolds, Social Credit.
02-312-276. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] Mort Graham, Liberal.
02-312-281. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom] Neil Thompson, Progressive Conservative.
02-312-115. Pg. 11. Caption: [top] Three of the key players in Schloss Laderheim Dual Mogul Classic on Whistler's Raven run Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24. (l-r) Organizer Al Karaki of Pacific Sun Productions, Tom Sinister of Whistler, winner of the recreational division and Bruce Schmidt, national sales manager for Calona Wines.
02-312-103. Pg. 11. Caption: [bottom] A top-notch mogul basher takes one of the two required air times in his run down Whistler's Raven run in the Schloss Laderheim Dual Mogul Classic on Sunday, April 24.
02-312-166. Pg. 13. Caption: Got the summertime blues of what to wear this season? Not if you were at The Keg's Fashion Show Sunday, April 24. Carol Foster of Vancouver was just one of the many attractive models sporting the latest in "totally awesome" looks for the months ahead.
02-312-86. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Rob (Robbo) Hancox, Maintenance Man, Alpine Meadows.
02-312-75. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Dave Shaw, Student, Emerald Estates.
02-312-66. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Dave Roberts, Bar Assistant, M.D.C.
02-312-36. Pg. 17. Caption: [top] Vancouver Alderman Bruce Erickson leads marchers into Sunset Beach Park April 23.
02-312-29. Pg. 17. Caption: [bottom] Peace marchers crowd Hornby Street.
02-312-179. Pg. 18. Caption: Irises -- a three-panel water color by Rosemary Crawford.
02-312-80. Pg. 20. Caption: Greg Meredith has been appointed General Manager of The Keg at Whistler. Meredith was general manager at The Keg, Burnaby for 18 months and worked at The Keg, Granville Island before that.

du Maurier International Ladies Giant Slalom Official Results

The official results for the du Maurier International Ladies Giant Slalom held at Whistler Mountain on January 28 and 29, 1967. The Canadian Amateur Ski Association logo is also at the top of the page. The first page features a watermark image of a ski racer. The jury's names and countries are listed on the first page. The racers' place, start number, name, country, time, and FIS points are listed on both the first and second pages. The second page lists the disqualifications, did not starts and did not finishes, and is signed by the referee.

Lists of photographs on display

Lists of colour prints on display at the Gallery of Photography and the Unitarian Church in Vancouver. Photographs that were on display were taken in many different areas in British Columbia.

Dog [Mountain] Ski Trip - Jan[uary] 9 [19]55 - Supreme Home Photo

  • WA_2019_030-01-125
  • Bestanddeel
  • January 9, 1955
  • Part of Dick Chambers

Photographs of a ski trip to Dog Mountain, near Vancouver, on January 9, 1955. Subjects include skiing, Doris Chambers, a mountain cabin, and mountain views.

Captions:
001-003: "Dog [Mountain] Ski Trip - Jan[uary] 9 [19]55 - Supreme Home Photo"
004: "Dog [Mountain] Ski Trip - Jan[uary] 9 [19]55 - Doris [Chambers] at cabin - Supreme Home Photo"
005-007: "Dog [Mountain] Ski Trip - Jan[uary] 9 [19]55 - Supreme Home Photo"

[Miscellaneous 2]

  • WA_2019_030-01-207
  • Bestanddeel
  • March 17, 1957 - February 26, 1958
  • Part of Dick Chambers

Photographs of Mt Manson as seen from Mt Outram on August 25, 1957; mountain rescue practice on Mt Seymour on September 8, 1957, a tower erected for an Open House at the University of British Columbia (UBC) on February 26, 1958; and John Beltz and Ralph Hutchinson skiing on Mt Strachan on March 17, 1957.

Captions:
001: "Mt Manson from [Mt] Outram - Aug[ust] 25, 1957 - Ekt[achrome] 2"
002: "Rescue Practise [sic] - [Mt] Seymour - [Bren?] Moss handling stretcher - Sept[ember] 8, 1957 - Ekt[achrome] 2"
003: "Tower erected for UBC - Open House - Feb[ruary] 26, 1958 - Ekt[achrome] 2"
004: "Mt Strachan - John Beltz - Ralph Hutchinson - Mar[ch] 17, 1957 - Ekt[achrome] 2"

[Ektachrome refers to the type of film used.]

Documents

Series consists of documents related to the the development of Garibaldi's Whistler Mountain in the 1970s.

Slide Extras

Extra photographs that did not fit into Alex Douglas's albums. Subject include building the T-bar, skiing, snowy mountain vistas, Alta Lake, Whistler Mountain, snowshoeing, Red Chair, Vancouver, hotdogging, treewells, wildlife, and snowcats.

Identification according to ADOUGLAS-03-011:

  • 001 (109-3) – Jan 1981, “new Ford Courier at Seymour.”
  • 003 (112-17) – “TSSSC 1981, bottom station and terminal tower.”
  • 008 (49-20) – May-June 1978, “nice shoot, Whistler Bowl after [blasting?]”
  • 012 (108-18) – Dec-Jan 1980/81, “kids on Seymour.”
  • 013 (6-22) – August 12-14 1976, “chair lift Seymour.”
  • 014 (109-6) – Jan 1981, “one girl snowshoeing.”
  • 015 (114-20) – [June 1981], “Mike + me.”
  • 016 (112-19) – TSSSC 1981, “rock pile, note snow level.”
  • 017 (111-18) – April 1981, “truck up in Seymour Parking lot with the most snow we had all year.”
  • 018 (110-20) – February 1981, “ice on the [trees?]”
  • 019 (111-13) – April 1981, “view of Seymour from Springer St.”
  • 020 (111-11) – April 1981, “truck and house on Springer.”
  • 021 (110-18) – February 1981, “ice on the [trees?]”
  • 067 (117-11) – [1981], “of the Government Cabin.”

Douglas, Alex 'Axel'

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, Fraser Valley and Canyon, Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands, Howe Sound, Squamish, Pemberton, Sunshine Coast, Okanagan, Merritt, Similkameen, Thompson River, Kootenays, Revelstoke, the Rocky Mountains, Selkirks, Cariboo, Chilcotin, Highway 16, Peace River, Northern B.C., Yukon, and Alaska. General subjects include but are not limited to bridges, campsites, flowers, glaciers, rock faces, skiing, trees, and winter scenes.

Week of April 11, 1979

Photographs including but not limited to Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau's visit to Whistler Mountain; Skiing; Winter construction; freestyle skiing; Grouse Mountain Vancouver; the Posie Shoppe
02-014-33 on pg. 1. Caption: Prime Minister Trudeau a the bottom of the Olympic Run after a hard day's ski-ing on Whistler.
02-014-01 appears in April 18, 1979 issue on pg. 10 [L]: Caption: Don't look too closely! Highways crews work on a "suspended" section of the Cheakamus Canyon highway held up by logs.
02-014-26 on pg. 10. Caption: Some of the crumpled railcars and twisted track at the scene of the B.C.R. derailment.
02-014-52 on pg. 12. Caption: Champion Eaves exhibits fine form during the Labatt's World Cup Freestyle Aerials at Grouse.
02-014-10 on pg. 17. Caption: Highlands Mall and the Highlander Hotel as seen from the new Highway #99.
02-014-46 on pg. 20. Caption: The interior of the Highlands Mall showing the tropical plants in the mall itself.

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