Whistler Village

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1988-1992

Designs for posters, t-shirts, and the Whistler Address Book; photographs of skiing, hiking, golfing, canoeing, mountain biking, the Garibaldi Gruel race, Symphony on the Mountain, and other outdoor activities in Whistler and surrounding areas.

Files 001-037 found in Box 7 labelled by creator as "Internegs".
Files 001-027 found in creator's folder labelled "T-Shirt Material".
Files 004-019 found in an envelope labelled by creator as "Posterized Internegs".
Files 004-022 found in an envelope labelled by creator as "3-Skiers".
File 028 found in creator's folder labelled "Dave & Steph Summer Camp".
Files 028-029 found in an envelope labelled by creator as "Steph".
Files 030-033 found in an envelope labelled by creator as "Dave".
Files 034-037 found in an envelope labelled by creator as "Address Book / Greg Hayes / M[oun]t[ai]n Moments Address Book / - Transp. / - Rough Layout Etc.".

1988-1992

Photographs of ice fishing, kayaking, golfing, sunsets, Green Lake, Black Tusk, hiking on Blackcomb Mountain, canoeing on Lost Lake, waterfalls, Whistler Valley from afar, panoramic views, Alta Lake, canoeing the River of Golden Dreams, hiking on Whistler Mountain, Brandywine Falls, beaches, coastline, farms in Pemberton, Peoples Drug Mart, cabins, lakes, mountain views, a barbecue buffet, Whistler Golf Course, Chateau Whistler Resort, golf courses, Whistler Village, tennis, aerial photography, Lost Lake, rock climbers, swimming in the lake, Pemberton meadows, windsurfing on Alta Lake, night photography, swimming in a pool at a hotel, Blueberry Hill, views from the chairlift, Peak Chair, Garibaldi Lake, Howe Sound, the Stawamus Chief, Whistler Village development, wildflowers, flags in Whistler Village, hiking Singing Pass, heli-skiing, glacier lakes, a logging truck, mountain biking on Blackcomb Mountain, people eating on cafe patios, and Araxi restaurant.

1988-1998

Photographs of couples posing on the mountain during picnics and apres ski scenarios, freestyle skiers and snowboarders jumping and turning in the alpine, mountain views, hiking at Wedgemount Lake, summer skiing, kayaking, and the Whistler Speed Skiing Competition at the 1989 World Cup of Downhill Skiing.

1990-2000

Photographs of snowboarding, freestyle snowboarding, terrain parks, halfpipes, the Blackcomb Windlip, Blackcomb Glacier, snowboard cross, snowboard slalom on Blackcomb Mountain, Ski Scamps, the inukshuks on Whistler Mountain, Whistler Express Gondola, Sun Bowl, Roundhouse Lodge, Wedge Mountain, floatplanes flying, Excalibur Gondola, Ziggy's Bowl, Birkenhead Peak, Ridge Run Chateau Whistler Resort and Upper Village, Whistler Air, Whistler Peak, the Disabled Skier Championships, adaptive skiing, skiing, freestyle and steep skiing, Emerald Express Chair, Symphony Bowl, Harmony Bowl, and mono-skiing.

2004 Prints

Photographs of the 2004 Whistler Blackcomb Barbecue for longtime passholders, a tent being set up for an insurance convention at Rainbow Park, Whistler Mountain as seen from the Bridge of Sighs at Rainbow Park, Mount Currie, Mount Weart, and Armchair Mountain as seen from Rainbow Park, Wedge Mountain as seen from the Bridge of Sighs at Rainbow Park, the 2004 Canada Day parade in Whistler Village, and the exhibit launch of 'Faces + Spaces' at the Whistler Museum.

Captions:
001-002: "June 6/04 at Roundhouse Top of Whistler Mt. for Wh/Blck. BBQ for longtime passholders"
001: "Don + Izzy MacLaurin - Mercie"
002: "Gordon Marshall, Florence Petersen, Frank + _ Wohlgemuth"
003-007: "May 29/04 Rainbow Park"
003-004: "Large tent set up for INSURANCE CONVENTION"
005: "Whistler Mt."
006: "Mt. Currie, Weart + a bit of Armchair Mt."
007: "Wedge Mt."
008-024: "July 1/04 Canada Day Parade Entries"
008: "Cpt Dave Smith on 'Justice' led the Parade"
009: "Diversity"
010: "Dog Groomers"
011: "Black Tusk Pipe Band"
012: "Mayor Hugh O'Reilly in 'hybrid' car"
013: "?"
014: "Garden Group (Community Winner)"
015: "2010"
016: "Croatian Group (were in Vanc[ouver] on tour)"
017: "Philippino-Canadian Group"
018: "Buffalo Bills (Best Commercial entry)"
019: "Reynolds Marching Band from Victoria (come every year)"
020: "Hybrid Technology"
021: "'Pique' Pedal Power"
022: "Horse + Carriage Tours"
023: "'Birthday Cake'"
024: "Whistler Children's Choir (sang O-Canada)"
025-029: "Sept. 10/04 Launch of Photos 'Faces + Spaces'"
025: "Band man ____
[Kostaman]"
026: "Ellen Bartlett Izzy MacLaurin"
027: "_
_ , Isobel MacLaurin, __"
028: "Ellen Bartlett Karen Overgaard Kris Shoup"
029: "Band + [Kostaman]"

2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Event Tickets - February and March 2010

Twelve event tickets from the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.

One ticket is for an event from February 12, 2010 that took place at the Whistler Canada Olympic House [The Whistler Public Library]. The ticket is paper and is housed in a plastic holder [likely to be hung around neck or attached to a shirt or jacket via a lanyard or clip]. The ticket depicts the Canadian Olympic Team logo, the Resort Municipality of Whistler logo, the Government of Canada logo, and the British Columbia Provincial logo. It also has a barcode on the back.

There are two general admission tickets from the Paralympic Alpine Skiing event that took place on March 15th, 2010 at 11:30am, as well as one that took place on March 18th at 11:30am. These tickets are green in colour, have the admission price, and the location of the event.

One ticket is for the Olympic Alpine Skiing event that occurred on February 17th, 2010 at 11:00am. The ticket depicts a stylized skier in blue, green, and white and has the admission price, as well as the event location.

One ticket is for Sledge Hockey dated to March 19th, 2010 at 7:00pm. The ticket depicts a stylized Sledge Hockey player in blue, green, and white and has the admission price, as well as the event location.

One ticket is for the Biathlon event dated to February 21st, 2010 at 10:45am. The ticket depicts a stylized Biathlon participant in blue, green, and white and has the admission price, as well as the event location.

One ticket is for an Ice Hockey event dated to February 25th, 2010 at 11:00am. This ticket is blue in colour and shows the admission price, event location, and seating.

There are three general admission tickets for Whistler Victory Ceremonies [medals were awarded at these events] dating to February 10th, February 17th, and February 20th, 2010.

One ticket is for the Paralympic Games Closing Ceremony that occurred on March 21st, 2010 in Whistler. The ticket is green in colour and shows the admission price and venue location.

2010 Winter Olympics Promotional Temporary Tattoos

The objects are temporary tattoos representing the 2010 Winter Olympic Games hosted in Whistler and Vancouver. The smaller tattoo depicts the Olympic Rings and a Canadian Maple leaf with the Olympic flame in front of it. There are instructions on the back explaining how to apply the tattoo. It is small and square in shape. The larger temporary tattoo has the text "Whistler, Vancouver and Bring home the games." It also has the year 2010 in different colours and a stylized mountain in blue. There are instructions on the back explaining how to apply the tattoo. It is small and square in shape. The larger tattoo is identical to WA_2016_062_05_14 in the Petersen Fonds.

35mm Negatives and Prints

Photographs and negatives including but not limited to skiing on Whistler Mountain, hang-gliding, Gelandesprung ski jump contest, competitive downhill ski races, recreational skiing, Tokum Corners, Toad Hall, windsurfing on Alta Lake, canoeing and kayaking on the River of Golden Dreams and Alta Lake, Ski Patrol, the avalauncher gun, avalanche control, the Pacific Great Eastern train, tracks, maintenance, and during a snowstorm, fishing on Alta Lake, the Gondola Barn in Creekside, chairlifts on Whistler Mountain, Roundhouse, Nancy Greene Summer Ski School, Molson World Cup Downhill 1984, landscapes of Whistler, Pemberton, Mount Currie Rodeo, salmon-smoking, and parties at Jordan's Lodge on Nita Lake.

A New Whistler Winter: 1988/89 Season Launch

Item is a 4-page Special Advertising Feature from The Vancouver Sun, containing articles about the recent development of Whistler as a resort town and ski destination. The headline is "A New Whistler Winter: 1988/89 Season Launch." Articles include: "Whistler opens to 'early birds,'" "Skiing begins at Blackcomb," "Blackcomb is building again," "Housing projects planned for Whistler area," "Racing for fun camp series set," "Blackcomb improves ski lessons for tots," "Fast new lift built at Whistler," "Whistler grows to meet increasing market demands," and "Recreation facilities abound at new hotel."

Vancouver Sun

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