Image depicts the Northwood pulpmill in Prince George B.C.
Image depicts the Yellowhead Bridge across the Fraser River. Map coordinates 53°54'45.2"N 122°43'27.9"W
Image depicts Mr. P.G. and the Tourism Information site at the intersection of Highway 16 and 97. Map coordinates 53°53'46.5"N 122°46'00.7"W
Image depicts a view of an experimental farm, possibly taken from Tabor Mountain.
Image depicts a small slope on Carney Hill in Prince George, B.C.
Image depicts an example of varves, an annual layer of sediment or rock, with a pipe used for reference size. It is possibly located at the airport in Prince George, B.C.
Image depicts sand beds with a shovel present for size reference. The slide places it at the "BCR site," possibly in Prince George, B.C.
Image depicts grooving on Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
Image depicts grooves on Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
File contains slides depicting the Summerfest in Prince George, B.C. in 1994.
Image depicts the slopes of Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
Skiers on Birchleg
Image depicts numerous skiers on the Birchleg Ski route on Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
Skiing through Trees
Image depicts numerous skiers cross-country skiing on a trail through trees on the Birchleg Ski route on Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
Image depicts a view of the area around Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
Skiers and Skis
Image depicts numerous skiers and skis that are standing upright in in the snow on Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
From Tabor Mountain
Image depicts a view of the landscape surrounding Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
Cross Country Skier
Image depicts an unidentified man cross country skiing somewhere on Tabor Mountain in Prince George, B.C.
Crowd on the Heritage Trail
Image depicts a large crowd of people on a section of the Heritage Trail on Cottonwood Island in Prince George, B.C.
Cottonwood Park Crowd
Image depicts a crowd of people in Cottonwood Park in Prince George, B.C.
Cottonwood Park Opening
Image depicts Elmer Mercier, a former mayor of Prince George, B.C., cutting the ribbon to open Cottonwood Park's Heritage Trail.
Donor reception invitation
File consists of a 2004 donor reception invitation from the UNBC Office of Development.
File contains a 4 batik artworks gifted to UNBC.
UNBC Annual Campaign 2006
File consists of publications related to the UNBC Office of Development's 2006 annual campaign.
File consists of panoramic photographs of UNBC.
P.G. Air Photos
File contains slides depicting aerial views of Prince George.
GTP/CN East of P.G.
File contains slides depicting CN locations east of Prince George.
Series consists of pamphlets, posters, guides, reports, and other publications created by the UNBC Office of Communications.