This fold out brochure, published by the Prince George Board of Trade, provides an overview of the industries present in Prince George by the BC Centennial; as well as a brief presentation of local recreational opportunities and a mileage listing.
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.
Item consists of transcript of interview with Bruce Douglas conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding his career in early railways in Prince George region and memories of the sawmills in Giscome area..
Image depicts a trailer for a logging truck suspended off the ground by a wooden structure. This is used to load the trailer onto the back of the truck. The name on the truck says "Rormarniewich Trucking Ltd."
Image depicts a logging area, and a section of mountain in the background which is bare due to clear-cut logging. The slide is also labelled "logging show." It is possibly somewhere near Prince George, B.C.
Image depicts two mills; the Intercontinental Pulpmill is on the left side of the tracks in the image and the Prince George Pulp and Paper Mill is located on the right side in Prince George, B.C. The Northwood Pulp Mill can be seen in the distance.
Item consists of transcript of taped interview with former railway conductor Alex Clapperton conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding his career as a railway conductor with Pacific Great Eastern Railway. Clapperton also discusses memories of growing up in Prince George.
Image depicts two mills; the Intercontinental Pulp Mill is on the right in the foreground, and the Prince George Pulp and Paper Mill is on the left in the background. The picture is taken from the South, possibly off Yellowhead Bridge in Prince George, B.C.