File 412 - Week of October 18, 1984

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Week of October 18, 1984

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WQ-2-412

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111 photographs : b&w negatives ; 3.5 x 2.5 cm and 35mm

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Photographs including but not limited to portraits; roads; Whistler Village; bridge construction; mountain views; fog on the lake; road construction; flood
Appears in October 18, 1984 issue:
02-412-A-14. Pg. 1. Caption: Hundreds of dead sheep and cattle were dumped on Suicide Hill, south of Pemberton Sunday, where they awaited burial. The livestock were victims of severe flooding last week. Initially, flood recovery officials planned to send the bodies to a rendering plant but that idea was rejected. Above, Ike Elboim dumps another load of sheep from the Max Juri farm. At right rests a dead cow amid the hundreds of sheep.
02-412-B-8. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom left] (Below, left) Farmer Tom Kempter lost close to 150 tonnes of hay when flood waters destroyed it last week. Kempter lost two-thirds of his winter feed for his livestock.
02-412-B-19. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom right] (Below, right) Tracy Comber was one of the many Whistler volunteers who flocked to Pemberton to help with the massive clean-up job. She helped with cleaning equipment at the flood-ravaged Pemberton High School which sustained about $500,000 in damage.
02-412-A-32. Pg. 10. Caption: [left] Bill Barratt, Parks Foreman, Whistler Cay.
02-412-A-27. Pg. 10. Caption: [middle] Frank Thiessen, Resident, Alpine Meadows.
02-412-A-24. Pg. 10. Caption: [right] Peter Leriche, Waiter, Whistler Cay Heights.

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Donated to the museum by the Whistler Question.

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All inquiries regarding use, reproduction and publication should be addressed to museum staff.

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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.

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