Vancouver Island

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23 archival descriptions results for Vancouver Island

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35 mm MIN

File contains details (descriptions, dates, and purchases) for 340 slides coded with "MIN", "MING", and "MINW" that corresponds with most slides found in collection (FEN_02_02...). MIN stands for Miniature, G stands for Garibaldi, and W stands for Whistler. This record is organized in table format.

A where-to-ride guide for British Columbia : the marriage of tires & fauna

Article discusses mountain biking in British Columbia and mentions The Whistler Outdoor Experience Company, which was owned and operated by Eric Wight in Whistler in the early 1990s, as well as other regions within the province and what they have to offer in regards to mountain biking. Appeared in Mountain Bike Action Travel & Trail Guide, Fall 1993, pg. 72-78.

B Buildings of B.C.

File contains details (descriptions, dates, and purchases) for 12 photographs of buildings across B.C., using the code "B". Buildings include but are not limited to the Victoria Centennial Museum, the Planetarium, and the Bloedel Conservatory. This record is organized in table format.

Details of transparencies and negatives

Subseries contains details (description, dates, and purchases) of transparencies and negatives. Fenner coded these descriptions to correspond with photographs in the collection.
The codes in this subseries are:
A (Alaska Highway)
C (Coastal)
G (Garibaldi)
G.W. (Garibaldi Whistler)
L (Local)
VI (Vancouver Island)
B (Buildings)
NAR (Article Negative)
TAR (Article Transparency)
LN (Night)
REC (Recreation)
RE (Resorts)
SP (Sports)
NSP (Sports Negative)
WF (Wildflowers)
NWF (Wildflowers Negative)
NF, FN, FNL (Flowers)

Glen Andersen

Photographs depicting outdoor art installations by Glen Andersen. These may have been an art submission to Millennium Place.

001: Pebble art in a starburst shape on grass.
002: Pebble art in a starburst shape, depicting two musical notes above a hand.
003: Art installation, resembling an ornate staircase with a birdcage atop, overlooking the ocean. Caption reads: "Bonavista to Vancouver Island."
004: Pebble art along the side of a road.
005: Pebble art resembling a burrow with the face of an animal inside.
006: Pebble art encircling a round flower bed.
007: Sculpture resembling a bird bath.
008: Stone pathway decorated with a mosaic[?].
009: Carved wooden[?] post.
010: Square pebble art.

Joe Hutton + Heather - May 22 [19]54 - at Little Qualicum Falls campsite - Supreme Norm[adol] Aug[ust] 31 [19]54

Photograph of Joe Hutton holding a toddler, Heather Hutton, at Little Qualicum Falls campsite on Vancouver Island on May 22, 1954. Caption reads: "Joe Hutton + Heather - May 22 [19]54 - at Little Qualicum Falls campsite - Supreme Norm[adol] Aug[ust] 31 [19]54". [Normadol refers to Ansco Normadol fine grain developer, used to develop the photos. The second date in the caption refers to the date the photo was developed. The second date is likely the date the photos were developed.]

Millennium Place Artists

Photographs of artworks and other accompanying material relating artists who lived and/or worked in the Whistler area and have submitted art to Arts Whistler, primarily in the 1990s.

Mt Baker | Beacon Hill Park | Garibaldi

Photographs of Mount Baker, Beacon Hill Park, and Garibaldi Provincial Park. Subjects include but are not limited to mountains, birds, wildflowers, and floatplanes.

5 transparencies have the code "MZ" and 4 have the code "GZ".
Each has a number with the code.

Photo Order Notes

File contains documents pertaining to the prices and payment for photographs taken of the regions in BC, Alberta, and the United States. Areas include but are not limited to Garibaldi, Squamish, Pemberton, Fraser Valley, Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, Alaska Highway, Kootenays, Cariboo, the Rocky Mountains, and Idaho. File also contains specific invoices regarding the sale of Garibaldi Park photographs to publisher Douglas & McIntyre Ltd., along with the business card of Marilyn Sack, of Douglas & McIntyre Ltd.

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