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12 photographs : col. prints ; 22 x 14.8 cm
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Photographs found inside a folded paper marked "Chapter 1", taken by A. J. Biggen-Pound.
076: "Whistler Creekside gondola & cafeteria. The ski slope has been moved and the new chapel built. 1968. Taken from the air."
077: "Tony and his new wife skiing on his day off, top of red chair, 1969."
078: "Centre: Al White and Roy Ferris, the first ski school directors and instructors taken at Midstation, fall of 1966."
079: "Maudy Harrison, employed at Cheakamus Inn, at the top of the Red Chair, spring 1966."
080: "Cheakamus Inn (now Highland Vale) from the air, 1966."
081: "Creekside, Jordan's Lodge, and Nita Lake from the air. 1966"
082: "Valley bottom (Creekside) taken from Gondola Tower 14, fall of 1965"
083: "Creekside looking north towards Cheakamus Inn from the parking lot. 1966. Highland Lodge is hidden in the hollow between Cheakamus Inn and the camera."
084: "Bottom of Valley (Creekside) and lift buildings taken from Gondola Tower 13 (near the top) in the fall of 1965."
085: "How things change! Creekside Spring 1970"
086: "Bottom of Valley (Creekside) and lift buildings taken from Gondola Tower 3 (later Tower 4) in the fall of 1965. From the left is the staff [back?] house trailers, cafeteria, and in front the ski shop and on the right the Gondola Barn. The highway was gravel."
087: "Tony Biggin-Pound and his new wife on the deck front of the cafeteria, 1969."
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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.