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1974-1991

Photographs of skiing, freestyle skiing, ski ballet, kayaking, cross-country skiing, mountain views, adaptive skiing, windsurfing, restaurants, hotels, lakes, sunsets, cabins, helicopters, heli-skiing, dining, rivers, sailing, canoeing, fishing, a parade in Squamish, group portraits, portraits of children and skiers, clowns, musicians, snowmobiles, hiking, snowmen, people skiing in costume and in the nude, chairlifts, Whistler Mountain, Black Tusk, Apres ski, beer, drinking, cooking, picnics, moss, sunbathing, Highland Lodge interiors, mountain staff, Teri Schlingloft, and Bob Dufour.

1975-1997

Photographs of various golf courses in the Sea-to-Sky region, the Chateau Whistler Resort, aerial shots of the Whistler valley, hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, rafting, Whistler Mountain, Blackcomb Mountain, lakes, changes from autumn to winter, Alta Lake, Wedge Mountain, hiking, climbing in Squamish, Alta Lake, Green Lake, fishing, fly-fishing, windsurfing, trains, the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon, Squamish, and mountain views.

AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment) fonds

  • AWARE
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  • [2000]-2002

This fonds consists of textual material created by AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment), including an informational sheet about the 2001 AWARE Wetlands Campaign, Issue #22 of the newsletter The Aware Conserver, January 2002, and a booklet about AWARE's campaign to save the Upper Elaho-Sims Creek wilderness area [c. 2000].

AWARE (Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment)

AWARE Wetlands Campaign 2001

One-page informational sheet about AWARE'S Wetlands Campaign from 2001. It lists the steps that are being taken throughout May, August, and September of that year to educate the public about the White Gold Wetlands and to preserve this ecosystem for the future. Information is also given about the Whistler Wetlands Walking Tours being held every Sunday throughout May 2001.

Be Loud, Act Out, Get Messy - Fall for Arts

Booklet published by Arts Whistler for their Fall 2016 program titled 'Fall for Arts'. The booklet lists arts and culture related events happening in Whistler and the surrounding area during the Fall season.

Don McVicar

Draw entry answer by Don McVicar for the Whistler Museum event "Whistler's Mountain Identity [...]". In response to the question "What would you like to say about the past, present, and future of Whistler's Mountain Identity?" Don responded:

"I hope we continue to be a mountain-based community. I hope that we will continue to be a community minutes from wilderness."

Jill Almond

Draw entry answer by Jill Almond for the Whistler Museum event "Whistler's Mountain Identity [...]". In response to the question "What would you like to say about the past, present, and future of Whistler's Mountain Identity?" Jill responded:

"The mountains and recreating outdoors are the story. People come here to play outside. The rest is icing. We have to keep the outdoors front and centre."

Landscape of area in United States

Landscape photograph of dirt road, fields, trees, and mountains of an area in the United States. There are 2 people on side of the road looking at the mountains. Glass slide is framed with green tape.

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