Manning Park

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3. East to Manning Park

Photograph of mountain climber sitting on Mt. Silvertip looking down at mountains to the east toward Manning Park. Glass slide framed with yellow tape labelled: "3. East to Manning Park from Mt. Silvertip July 5/1950" and "S 12".

Alta Lake Sports Club Newsletters

Four Alta Lake Sports Club newsletters from the winters of 1978 and 1979 sent to the Alpine Club of Canada Vancouver Section. The issues were read and used by the Section executive of the Club and were previously part of the Section archive.

The newsletters broach subjects including regarding the Fisher Ski Cup Race event cancellation and rescheduling due to weather, the date and time of the Labatts Tour/Race on the Lost Lake course, the Cariboo Marathon 50km Race from Lac La Hache to 100 Mile House, welcoming new club members, alpine downhill club member Raymond Massey, track preparation and preservation, requests for Lost Lake to be declared a municipal park, revised tour/race schedules, Alta Lake Sports Club membership application, a Labbatts Citizens Ski Tour/Race application form, a re-cap of the Labbatts Tour/Race including weather events and winners, blizzards, snow management, congratulations to a Vancouver Island Nordic Club member, Williams Lake High School Cross Country Championships, Alta Lake Sports Club ski shirts, a plea for the return of lost skis, a help wanted post for the Fisher Ski Races, request for membership dues , thank-yous to supporters of the Alta Lake Sports Club, a re-cap of the Molsons Tour-Race including racers and results, Vancouver and District High School Meet, successes of junior club members, the Vancouver International Marathon, the Bonnie Bell 10 km Woman's Only Race, limericks, BC Winter Games Times Trials, race categories, Mayor Pat Carlton's agreement to stop vehicles from driving on the Lost Lake course, and a suggested by-law, created by the Alta Lake Sports Club, for the preservation of the Lost Lake area.

Glass Slides

Photographs of mountaineering and other mountain adventures in Garibaldi Provincial Park, the Cariboo Range, Coastal British Columbia, and the United States.

There is 1 slide that was removed from broken glass (0093) and another that is not a glass slide (0099).

These slides seem to be colour-coded through using tape to frame the slides:
Blue is the Garibaldi region.
Yellow or Red seem to be other areas in British Columbia, and possibly Washington, but for different years (red = 1949, yellow = 1950).
Green indicates areas in the United States, such as Arizona and Colorado.

There are some slides that have 2 different tape colours.