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Cliff Fenner Fonds Aabye, Dag Skiing
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WZ 20 (Int)

Photograph of [Dag Aabye] skiing on Whistler Mountain.Labelled on back as "WZ 20 (Int)" and has stamps of Fenner's address at the time: "1674 Peters Road North Vancouver, B.C.".

Garibaldi | Whistler

Photographs of Garibaldi Provincial Park and Whistler that have to do with skiing and climbing.Each transparency is coded with "GZ", except 3 that have the code "WZ", with a respective number.

Slides 21

Photographs of Dag Aabye doing tricks, other skiers on Whistler Mountain, landscape views of Garibaldi Provincial Park, people exploring the Garibaldi area, camping on Snowcap Lake with a seaplane on the water, Garibaldi Mountain, Diamond Head, an...

Slides

Photographs taken by Clifford Fenner from his work in Garibaldi Provincial Park and his travels in British Columbia, the United States, and Colombia.

Slides 20

Photographs of a marmot, [Weart Mountain], [Wedge Mountain], Whistler Mountain including Dag Aabye doing tricks, other skiers, T-bar, and chairlifts.FEN_02_02_020_001 labelled: "Hoary Marmot."FEN_02_02_020_011 labelled: "Whistler Mt...

G.W. | Whistler

File contains details (descriptions, dates, and purchases) for 7 photographs of the Whistler area, using the code "G.W." that stands for Garibaldi-Whistler. Subjects include but are not limited to Whistler Mountain scenery and Dag Aabye....

B.C. Motorist Magazine, January-February 1967

The January-February 1967 (Vol. 6, No. 1) issue of B.C. Motorist Magazine published by B.C. Automobile Association containing the following articles:"Teenage Drivers""Whistler - Hottest Ski Area in Canada""The Driving Less...

Whistler [2]

Photographs of Whistler Mountain, including chairlifts, Dag Aabye, other skiers, and ski runs.Each transparency is coded with "WZ" with a respective number.

Whistler | Squamish | Pemberton

Photographs of Dag Aabye and skiers on Whistler Mountain; lakes, roads, and logs in Squamish; and camping in Pemberton.Transparencies are coded with "WZ", "MZ", or "ML" and with a respective number.

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