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1978-2007

Photographs of various people skiing and snowboarding on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, cross-country skiing, aerial shots of the mountains and Whistler Village, early construction of Whistler Village, Creekside Gondola, the Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival, mountain views, Arnold Palmer golfing at Whistler Golf Course, the Delta Mountain Inn, ski racing at the Molson World Cup Downhill and Hochtaler Cup, canoeing, chairifts, the water slide at the Springs, hang gliding, hockey on a frozen lake, tennis, events on the mountain, Ski Scamps, RCMP, Willie Whistler, Christine's Restaurant at Rendezvous Lodge, snow bikes, sledding, catskiing, heli-skiing, snowboarding, fishing, alpenglow, deer, a gambling event at Whistler Conference Centre, Alta Lake, Whistler Cay, Andy and Bonnie Munster's cabin, Lyall Featherstone's cabin, Green Lake, the rescue cable car over the Cheakamus River in Cheakamus Crossing, a helicopter evacuating someone, Roundhouse Lodge, a helicopter at the microwave tower, alpenglow on Mt. Weart and Wedge Mountain, adaptive ski racing, fireworks, trampolining at the Highland Lodge, an event in the Myrtle Philip School gym, a car show in Village Square, Skier's Chapel, Nasty Jack's, Longhorn Saloon & Grill, Dos Senoritas Restaurant, the Jazz Festival on the mountain, Cheakamus Lake, aerobics, choir, sunsets, swimming pools, hotels, a Labatt's hot air balloon, Whistler Resort & Club at Nita Lake, freestyle skiing and snowboarding, ski ballet, Fitzsimmons Creek, Vale Inn, backcountry skiing, condominiums in the Benchlands, Secret Bowl, the Saudan Couloir, Black Tusk, Excalibur Gondola, Harmony Bowl, Symphony Bowl, Christmas lights, Whistler Peak, Village North, and Birkenhead Peak in Pemberton.

607 Jordan's May '70

Photographs of the first annual May Party, including cabins at Jordan’s Lodge, police, and Barry Fowlie.

Alta LK. Fall

Photographs of the RCMP building in Pemberton, a police car, the first front door of Tokum Corners, and Alta Lake with a view of Alta Vista and Wedge Mountain in background.

Loose Prints #8

Photographs of the Burns Lake bust (3/2/213/1), Steve Podborski, dynamite cash on Whistler Mountain (3/2/213/4), Duncan Bell-Irving in the back of a police car, a flood at Alpine Meadows and 19 Mile Creek, an avalauncher, Roundhouse, the parking lot at Creekside and the Gondola Barn, the Tokum Corners sign, Franz Wilhelmsen, Armchair Glacier, and Jordan's Lodge covered in snow.

Rodeo

Photographs of the Pemberton Rodeo, horse races;, and Police officers.

Slides

Photographs of a golf course, a group of people walking on a golf course, children playing in a lake, people holding skis, a person wearing a racing bib, someone playing a trombone, a candid shot of Franz Wilhelmsen, a woman in a swimsuit, a woman with 80s-style sunglasses on, a woman sitting at a patio with a sun hat, two RCMP constables posing with Wille Whistler, and a group of children that are part of Ski Scamps on Whistler Mountain with their instructor.

Captions:
016: "WILLIE WHISTLER"

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  • GRI-01-55-004
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  • March 1980 - March 1985
  • Part of Greg Griffith

Photographs of John Creelman and his family gathered with other skiers on a mountain top, groups of skiers on Whistler Mountain near Roundhouse Lodge, people skiing on Blackcomb Mountain approaching Blackcomb base, Blackcomb Mountain and the base of [Cruiser?] Chair looking down onto Whistler Village, various group parties or events indoors and on the mountains, children participating in the Ski Scamps on Whistler Mountain, people riding chairlifts in summer, Whistler Village in winter near Clocktower Building, a Molson World Cup Downhill skier signing an autograph for a child, a group of people gathered dining in [Christine's?] on a the mountain, the medal ceremony for the 1982 Molson World Cup Downhill in Village Square with large crowds of spectators, and Willie Whistler posing with RCMP officers in their dress uniform.

Captions:
001: "John Creelman + Family"
006: "TOP OF WHISTLER"

The Citizen

A two-page spread from The Citizen newspaper in Squamish published Thursday May 29, 1986. Various small articles about Whistler are entitled: "Whistler summer kids program underway," "Green light given to Village Green project," "Second place for 3 Whistler residents," "Whistler Police Notes" and a short article about the funeral of Whistler resident Max Steininger.

Trial -> Totums Merry Halloween

Photographs of Duncan Bell-Irving (3/2/22/39), Fran Humphrey (3/2/22/38), trial for Mount Currie Rodeo naked foot race (trial was for George Benjamin), and Rod MacLeod (3/2/22/50).

Week of December 6, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; skiers; ceremony; RCMP; hydro lines; snowmobiling; drinking; ski boot fitting; bridge construction; Beaujolais Nouveau contest; Labatt's season opener party
Appears in December 13, 1984 issue:
02-387-76. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] Don Martin of Whistler Snowmobile Services takes a flying leap over some soft powder aboard his Bombardier snowmobile. Martin is a member of a local venture that his winter will take the adventurous to snowbound destinations including Meager Creek Hot Springs. See story page 12.
Appears in December, 1984 issue:
02-387-15. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] B.C. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Toy (right) swears in Whistler's four new aldermen at a brief ceremony in council chambers Monday. Moments before, Judge Toy also officially authorized Mayor Terry Rodgers as the municipality's third ever mayor. The four new aldermen are (from left to right) Doug Fox, Paul Burrows, Diane Eby and Nancy Wilhelm-Morden. A reception followed the inaugural meeting of council.
02-387-127. Pg. 6. Caption: Work on the Conference Centre continues with the construction of a wall partition above the second floor. The wooden frame structure behind the scaffold will be attached to a moveable partition that will allow Conference Centre organizers to divide the main hall into two separate meeting areas.
02-387-110. Pg. 9. Caption: This Ruby's truck didn't make it through the BCR crossing at Function Junction Wednesday, Nov. 28. Icy roads made stopping difficult. The driver was uninjured, but thousands of dollars damage was done to the truck.
02-387-106. Pg. 10. Caption: Twyla Picton and Rolf Zeller were out cross-country skiing in the sub-freezing temperatures Whistler has experienced for the previous week. Cross-country skiing in the valley is the best in yeas with a total of 195 cm of snow fallen in November.
02-387-82. Pg. 12. Caption: John Colpitts fits Angela Schug, a hostess on Whistler Mountain, with a pair of Superset at Carleton Lodge Sports last Saturday.
02-387-103. Pg. 17. Caption: [top] Bartender Shawn Parker pours another draft for a thirsty Dusty's patron.
02-387-6. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Peter Silvanovich, Manager, North Vancouver.
02-387-3. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Jon Barker, Claims Adjuster, Toronto.
02-387-8. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] John Hatfull, Counsellor, Vancouver.
02-387-53. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Ski instructor Stephanie Sloan from Whistler Mountain was the grand prize winner in the Beaujolais Nouveau contest. Sloan will receive a trip for two via CP Air and KLM plus two days in Burgundy hosted by Rene Pedauque. Select Wines representative Wendy Taylor, left, Sarah Kuhleitner from Citta's and the WRA's June Paley picked the winners Sunday in Whistler's first ever Beaujolais Nouveau celebration.
02-387-28. Pg. 20. Caption: [bottom] Wendy Downes and Ron Hughes.
02-387-30. Pg. 20. Caption: [top] At Last week's Labatt's season opener party: (top) Bob Styan, Terry Burns, Greg Griffith, Brian Moran, June Paley.

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