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Envelope 10

Photographs of the flooding of Whistler Creek and Creekside, construction in the Village, including the Delta Mountain Inn (now the Hilton Hotel), the Whistler Conference Centre, the Clocktower Building, the Adara Hotel, Carleton Lodge, and the Whistler Village Inn, and crowds in Village Square with the Amsterdam Pub in the background.

Negatives Sheet 2

  1. Farmers Market stalls on the Village Stroll.
  2. Tables set up in Mountain Square with Amsterdam Pub in the background.
  3. Tables set up in Mountain Square with Amsterdam Pub and the Hilton Hotel construction in the background.
  4. A crowd in Mountain Square.
  5. A crowd in Mountain Square watching a performance with the Amsterdam Pub and Hilton Hotel construction in the background.
  6. A crowd in Mountain Square with the Amsterdam Pub and Hilton Hotel construction in the background.
  7. Whistler Conference Center's Roof under construction.
  8. Unidentified building under construction.
  9. Hilton Hotel under construction.
  10. A crowd in Mountain Square with Amsterdam Pub and the Hilton Hotel construction in the background.
  11. A crowd in Mountain Square with Amsterdam Pub in the background.
  12. The Clocktower building.
  13. The Hilton Hotel under construction
  14. The Clocktower building with construction in the foreground,
  15. Whistler Village Inn and Suites under construction.
    15-17. The Hilton Hotel under construction.
  16. The Adara Hotel under construction with the Whistler Conference Centre in the background.
  17. Flooding in the Creekside area.
  18. Cars parked by the Whistler Conference Centre.
  19. The Hilton Hotel under construction.
  20. Carleton Lodge under construction with the Clocktower Building in the background.
  21. Flooding in the Creekside area.
  22. Flooding in the Creekside area with the Gondola Barn in the background.

Photographs

Photographs taken by Arv Pellegrin while he worked for Whistler Real Estate Co., mostly of construction in Whistler Village, but also including other events and locations around Whistler.

Prints 041-044

Photographs of a flooded waterfall, a flooded area in the woods, the Whistler Village Inn and Suites under construction, and an unidentified building under construction.

Week of February 18, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to cars; snowblowing; fire; firemen; Mercedes band playing; cross-country skiing; buses; Whistler Founder's Dinner
Appears in February 25, 1982 issue:
02-221-88. Pg. 14. Caption: Residence on Tyrol Crescent in Alta Vista stands as mute testimony to heavy snowfall.
Appears in February 18, 1982 issue:
02-221-19. Pg. 1. Caption: It was nearly one month to the day since fire raged through the Whistler Village Inn, when Whistler's Volunteer Fire Depart. was called out to a blazing cabin in Alpine Meadows.
02-221-58. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Ken Farquharson of Sigma Consultants (far left) discusses details of the proposed Hydro line with Lyle Fetherstonbaugh.
02-221-82. Pg. 11. Caption: Testimony to the durability of the Toro snowblower. One wheel points to the sky but the machine is still in one piece after being struck and dragged 200 meters by a BCR train.
02-221-44. Pg. 14. Caption: Kermit Joins the happy gang at Stoney's who celebrated their first birthday Monday, Feb. 15. Ball team members are (l to r) Bruce Fox, manager; Jack Cram and Lance Fletcher who co-own the restaurant with Dick Gibbons; and Fetah Benali, chef.
02-221-50. Pg. 15. Caption: Doucette & Co. It was Jerry Doucette (right) all the way at the Mountain House Monday, Feb. 15 -- and the crowd knew it. Doucette rocked until the morning hours after a couple of hot sets from Mercedes.
02-221-87. Pg. 16. Caption: With the reddest of heart and fleetest of foot, a be-winged Cindy Woods turned into cupid for a day (guess which one) to deliver flowers throughout the valley for Valley Vines & Petals.
02-221-72. Pg. 18. Caption: [top left] Don Murray, Assistant to the General Manager, Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation, Pemberton Resident.
02-221-69. Pg. 18. Caption: [top middle] Debbie Cook, Adult Ed Coordinator, West Side Resident.
02-221-67. Pg. 18. Caption: [top right] Hugh Smythe, President of Blackcomb Skiing Enterprises, White Gold Resident.
02-221-65. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom left] Paul Mathews, Ecosign Planners, Westside Resident.
02-221-74. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom middle] Ross Smith, Manager of L'Apres, Gondola Area Resident.
02-221-63. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom right] Bob Colebrook, writer, Alta Vista Resident.
02-221-23. Pg. 19. Caption: [left] Fire in Alpine!, The fire fighters subdued the blaze at 8340 Needles Drive in about 35 minutes.
02-221-9. Pg. 19. Caption: [right] Whistler's volunteer fire department was on the scene within minutes of receiving the call. They received a hot greeting (above right).
02-221-7. Pg. 20. Caption: [Sno Blo Advertisement]
02-221-91. Pg. 21. Caption: Spring comes early to Whistler Village. This large puddle appeared this week north of the Clock Tower.
02-221-84. Pg. 22. Caption: [bottom] Dr. Hugh Upjohn -- one of the partners in the Whistler Veterinary Clinic.
02-221-79. Pg. 23. Caption: All bagged up and ready to go -- Sue Spurrell, Dave Barnes, and Leslie Christmas, all from Newfoundland, try out the X-country skiing at Whistler Village wearing Blackcomb bags for protection.
02-221-101. Pg. 24. Caption: Bus depot? Nope -- Lake Placid Road on a typical Sunday afternoon. Crowds, busses and the usual on-slaught of skier traffic add up to a three-ring circus every weekend at 4:00 p.m.
02-221-41. Pg. 26. Caption: Maureen Reid of Mercedes always comes across as a hot crowd-pleaser and one listen to her gutsy Joplin-like voice will tell you why. Together with Dan Basrett (right), Greg Reid and Trevor Davies (not shown) she cranks out another adrenalin-loaded number.
02-221-58. [From left to right: Pauline Wiebe and Glenda Bartosh]

Whistler - The Magazine, 1985

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"A Letter From the Editor"
"Whistling Jack"
"A Town in the Making"
"Whistler Village - It's all by Design"
"Whistler Accommodation Guide"
"Reflections on Whistler"
"The Year in Revue"
"Shop Talk"
"Top of the Table"

Whistler - The Magazine, 1989

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:

"Whistler: A Resort for the 90s" by Larry McCallum
"Mountain Homes: Comforts of the high life" by Leanna Rath
"Night Life: Whistler is alive apres apres ski"
"Where to Turn: A guide to the challenges of dual mountain skiing" by Doug Sack
"Heli-Skiing: A new world of powder adventure beyond the lifts" by Brian Smith
"A Taste of Whistler: a gastronomic tour" by Leanna Rath
"Whistler Vision: a gallery of resident photographers"
"Off Season? What off season? : Whistler activities throughout the year"
"Summer Fun: A guide to Whistler's summer adventures"
"Dining Guide: A directory to 18 of Whistler's finest restaurants"
"Business and Health Directories"
"Potpourri: a selection of Whistler collectables"

Whistler - The Magazine, Summer 1983

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"A Bloomin' New Season: An injection of confidence, and Whistler Springs forward" by Glenda Bartosh
"Jim McConkey: Diamond in the Rough" by Anita Webster
"The House of Zube: A fantastical adventure in living, built on all natural ingredients" by Glenda Bartosh
"Fore! : Play it again, Arnold - on Whistler's scintillating new 18-hole golf course" by Craig Spence
"Summer Footnotes: Tromping through sweet alpine meadows, sailing away on an Alta Lake breeze... Whistler's got the cures for summertime blues"
"Whistler Valley Map & Service Guide"
"How To Find It: From dog catchers to babysitters... a comprehensive service directory guaranteed to put you in touch"
"Top of the Table: Whistler offers you the fairest of the dining fare"
"Village Map: A detailed guide for making your way around Whistler Village"
"A Parting Note" Photo by John Bartosik

Whistler - The Magazine, Winter 1983

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"From the Bottom of our Heart: Is there a life after centralization?" by Glenda Bartosh
"Dave Murray: Nice Guys Finish First: Insights into this young ski racer who believed winning wasn't everything" by Anita Webster
"Wesman: A splash of color...a dash of design - unorthodox ski impressions by Whistler's newest resident artist, ken Wesman" by Glenda Bartosh
"Searching Out the Lost Souls: When man tangles with nature and loses, it's Whistler's search and rescue team that does the bailing out" by Craig Spence
"Best of Whistler: A few good laughs at Whistler under the sacrosanct magnifying glass" by B. Turner
"Warm it up this Winter: Foxy furs a la West Coast still hold their own against Whistler's wintery nip"
"Whistler Valley Map & Service Guide: To put you on the spot"
"How To Find It: From dog catchers to babysitters...a comprehensive service directory guaranteed to put you in touch"
"Top of the Table: Whistler offers you the fairest of dining fare"
"A Parting Note: Mountains wrapped in ermine white...it all begins with a first frost" by John Bartosik

Whistler - The Magazine, Winter 1987

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"Shopping Around the Valley: A potpourri of gifts, treats, and activities available from the merchants of Whistler"
"A Skier's Guide to the Dual Mountains: For the uninitiated, an introduction to skiing opportunities on Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain"
"A Collection of Whistler Snowbirds: Artist Isobel MacLaurin prepared these works in watercolour and ink of the winged wildlife of winter"
"A Taste of Whistler: Six of Whistler's finest chefs and a selection of their dishes make us a composite Coast Mountain meal"
"For the Love of Nordic Skiing: The Lost Lake cross-country trail system will be longer and better groomed than ever this year"
"The Whistler Resort Guide: Twenty-four pages of everything you ever wanted to know about Whistler"
"Ecosign: Whistler's mountain design company: Sophisticated, comprehensive planning in a highly specialized field has established Ecosign as a world leader in ski area design."
"Backcountry Skiing: Heaven or Hell?: Peter Chrzanowski has had a few close calls while ski mountaineering. He has some wise advice for those with a desire to venture off the beaten track."
"Behind the Scenes: A few candid shots of some of the people who make Whistler work"
"101 Things To Do, or how I spent my Summer in Whistler: There's a lot more to this resort than just skiing, as this overview of summer activities reveals"
"A Summer Side of Life: A collection of photographs to warm the insides on a winter's evening"

Duplicate copy in same folder.

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