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Whistler Mountain Postcard

A postcard featuring Whistler Mountain and Garibaldi Provincial Park. The printed caption reads "This 2400 foot long T-bar takes skiers up 700 vertical feet through acres of power snow on the north slopes of Whistler Mountain, 73 miles north of Vancouver." There is no handwriting on the postcard.

Garibaldi [1]

Photographs of Garibaldi Park including, but not limited to, mountaineering and skiing.

Each transparency has the code "GZ" with a respective number.

Garibaldi Park B.C.

File contains 1 large print of 10 photographs of Garibaldi Park that include a cabin, skiing, photography, and laundry hung outside.

Each photograph has a label with the code "BGR" and a number from 12-141 or 59-66.
Labelled on back as "Garibaldi Park B.C." and has 2 stamps of Fenner's address at the time: "1010 Keith Road West Vancouver, B.C.". «

Lists of photographs on display

Lists of colour prints on display at the Gallery of Photography and the Unitarian Church in Vancouver. Photographs that were on display were taken in many different areas in British Columbia.

Garibaldi Park booklet

Booklet from January 1960 by the Department of Recreation & Conservation on Garibaldi Park with information - split into northern and southern Garibaldi - on its history, specific areas (Black Tusk Meadows and Diamond Head Chalet), seasonal weather, attractions, camping information, terrain, wildlife, access, and use.

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 Lesson"
"Electric Autos Coming Back?"
"New Life for Old Totems"
"Fasten Your Seat Belts, Please!"
"Lake Country and Ghost Towns"
"Fishermen and Fish - The West Coast Troller"
"A Walk to Siwash Rock"
"Campbell River Loves the Sea"
"A Man and His Fossil Mountain"
Cliff Fenner used tabs on cover page and on pages 4 and 6 to indicate his photographs used in the magazine. These photographs are of Black Tusk, construction of the village in Whistler, and Dag Aabye (ski acrobat) on Whistler Mountain.

Brooks fonds

  • WA_2013_026
  • Fondo
  • 1922-2003

Photographs of Vancouver to Calgary by rail, ski mountaineering with Mt. Norquay Ski Camp, Camp Garibaldi (at Garibaldi Lake), Alpine Club of Canada camp, camping, female mountaineers, hiking, mountaineering, summit cairn of Castle Towers, Black Tusk, Emmie Brooks, Eric Brooks, snowshoeing, the Rocky Mountains, Selkirks, a glacier, Garibaldi Park, Guard Mountain, The Table, Peru, California, and Yellowstone Park.

Album K

  • WA_2013_026-01-01
  • Sub-séries
  • [1924-1929]
  • Parte deBrooks fonds

Photographs of Mt. Assiniboine; West Summerland Valley; Chain Lake; Kettle Valley Railway; Penticton; Big Trestle K.V.R.; West Kootenay Power Point, Bonnington BC; Nelson; Kootenay Lake; Kootenay Landing; The Great Divide, Crow's Nest Pass; Cranbrook; Silent Pass, Fernie; C.P.R. Depot at Crow's Nest; Coleman, Alberta; Ludbreek Falls, Alberta; a view of Turtle Mountain and the Frank Slide; Crow's Nest Mountain; street views of downtown Calgary; Banff bridge; zoo visit; Bow Valley; Hot Springs; Mt. Rundle from Mt. Norquay Ski Camp; Mt. Edith; ski mountaineering with Mt. Norquay Ski Camp; skiing from Mt. Norquay hut; Cascade from Banff; houses in Banff; rail bridges and tracks; The Great Divide peak sign; Camp Garibaldi (at Garibaldi Lake); Alpine Club of Canada camp; tent camping; Sphinx Bay; The Table; Garibaldi Meadows; female mountaineers; hiking; mountaineering; Summit cairn of Castle Towers; Castle Towers; Black Tusk; a picnic during a climb; and Emmie Brooks.

Whistler Area Information Office

Documents collected and created by Sonya McCarthy through her work at the Whistler Area Information Office, including pamphlets, booklets, correspondence, business cards, and other promotional items.

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