Photograph depicts a tarp spread out on the grass, two men sit nearby the tarp. There is a canvas tent in the background with a man standing beside it. Behind the tent is a low hill with a fence bordering the top of the hill. There are blankets drying on the fence.
Photograph depicts a man bathing himself while standing in a small metal tub. Photograph description in album notes this as "His 'Semi Annual'" [bath]. On the left is a log structure, presumably a cache building. A large clearing surrounds the building and bathing man. There is a forest and bluff in the background. Possibly located near Giscome Portage.
Item consists of transcript of interview with writer and guide outfitter Jack Boudreau conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding Boudreau's experiences with grizzly bears. Boudreau also discusses other guide outfitters and hunters from Northern British Columbia.
Item consists of transcript of taped interview with Prince George Fire Chief Harold Dornbierer conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding his career in fire protection. Dornbierer also discusses history of of the fire department of Prince George.
Item consists of transcript and tape summary of analog recording of interview with Bill Woycik and Howard Foot on the history of the Recreational Services Division of City of Prince George. Includes information on various events hosted including aquatic, circus and sports events c.1958-c.1986.
Item consists of transcript and tape summary of interview with Elmer Nelson who discusses Axel Wenner- Gren's business interest in the Rocky Mountain Trench area of Northern British Columbia in the 1950s.
This short colour film depicts logging and sawmill operations at Ferguson Lake in March 1959. Scenes include tree felling, log hauling equipment, the Ferguson Lake lumber yard, use of Ferguson Lake to float logs, and the inside operations of the Ferguson Lake sawmill. Film also includes a brief clip of family film footage of the McKay family home and garden on Melville Street in Prince George with scenes showing a Newfoundland dog named Barney with Donald McKay and Joan McKay.
Image depicts the Europe Hotel in Prince George prior to its demolition in the 1980s; however, the slide itself was only made in 1999 and the date of the photo is otherwise unknown, but most likely around 1979.