Smithers, BC

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Bill Campbell

Photograph depicts Bill Campbell's torso and a partial view of a valley. Another unidentified person is in the frame. Taken during Iona Campagnolo's visit to Smithers with Minister Jack Horner.

"Bob Bossin’s Home Remedy for Nucelar War" Show

Photograph features Bob Bossin holding a bottle of his “Home Remedy for Nuclear War”. Photograph was a "promo shot" created to advertise his show "Bob Bossin's Home Remedy for Nucelar War" - one showing of which occured in Smithers, B.C. on 18 October 1986.

Photograph is located in the following file: "Bob Bossin's Home Remedy for Nucelar War Show, Smithers, October 18, 1986" which also contains newspaper clippings, a show program, correspondence, newsletters, catalogue and a poster pertaining to this show.

CNR Smithers

Photograph depicts an example of a CNR 'Buffet-Parlour' car #885 "Quesnel." It was built in 1929 and used mainly in the Montreal-Toronto area. The car was modernized in 1957 and then retired in 1974. It was installed by the Smithers Chamber of Commerce in 1975 and not connected to CNR trackage.

Crevasse Filling - "Drift Ridge"

Image depicts a group of unidentified individuals walking along a crevasse filled ridge somewhere in the vicinity of Smithers, B.C. The slide also labels it as a "drift ridge."

Fossil fly from Driftwood Canyon Park in sandstone with inscription

This fossil of a small fly embedded in sandstone, is noted to be 40-70 million years old, placing it during the Locene-Oligocence Period. This was a gift to Minister Iona Campagnolo during a visit to Smithers, likely when she visited on a tour of the Skeena riding. Annotation in black pen on the sandstone reads: "Fossil Fly - Driftwood Canyon Park - Smithers B.C. Locene-Oligocene Period - 40-70 Million Years".

Fossil Redwood from Driftwood Canyon Park in sandstone with inscription

This fossil was a gift to Iona Campagnolo from the Smithers Chamber of Commerce, likely when she visited on a tour of the Skeena riding. The piece of sandstone is inscribed on recto "Welcome to Iona Campagnolo M.P. Smithers District Chamber of Commerce" and on verso: "Eocene-Oligocene Period, Age 40-70 Million Years, Driftwood Canyon Park".

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