Photographs of an avalanche at Northface High, and Surprise, heading up the T-Bar with avalanche rounds, an Avalauncher gun, skiing in the T-Bar bowl, avalanche control, frozen Green Lake (3/2/68/45), frozen Alta Lake, Rainbow Lodge, Cypress Lodge (3/2/68/46), and unknown charts.
Photographs of Alta Lake, Rainbow Lodge, Cypress Lodge, Chaplinville (3/2/169/29), Buckhorn Ranch (3/2/169/29), Soo Valley Saw Mill (3/2/169/26), an aerial photo of Rainbow Park (3/2/169/30), Christiana Inn on Alta Lake (3/2/169/31), the Pacific Great Eastern at Alta Lake Station, and an aerial photo of Tokum Corners.
Notes relating to 5714 Alta Lake Road, lots 10 and 11. Includes notes from a chat with Roger Stacey, correspondence with Florence and Andy Petersen, correspondence with Roger Stacey, and handwritten note from Ray Dove, and a memoir from Ray Dove about Woodbine Cottage.
A form filled in by Bev and Ron Kitteringham at 5602 Alta Lake Road, Lot 39. They write about how they purchased the property from the Fairhursts and their family history in the area. Also included in a different package is one page of typed notes with extensive handwritten annotations and two double sided pages of handwritten notes. The notes are from Bev and Ron Kitteringham and include numerous small anecdotes about traveling to and from Alta Lake on the train, as well how they lived before the town became more accessible.
Two pages of handwritten notes about 5638 (Lot 30), 5710 (Lot 12) and 5642 (Lot 29) on Alta Lake Road. The notes are about the current and former owners of the properties and how the houses were built and purchased.
Resort Municipality of Whistler Heritage Plan Interim Draft Report prepared by the Planning & Development Department and the Parks & Recreation Department. First Draft: July 29, 1992. "Betty Clark" is written in blue pen on the top right. The report lists an inventory of heritage sites.
Typed notes and anecdotes from J'Anne Greenwood, the owner of 5690 Alta Lake Road, Lots 17 and 18. The same stories are laid out several different times in slightly different formats, and cover stories about train travel and how the family came to buy a lot of Alta Lake Road and a general family history.