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2019.10.8 · File · 1 Aug. 1970
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format "B) 70-38" is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,150 ASL" which is 17,150 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.63" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1339" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "1 AUG 70" is the date the photos were taken.
2019.10.9 · File · 1 Aug. 1970
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format "B) 70-38" is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,150 ASL" which is 17,150 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.63" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1339" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "1 AUG 70" is the date the photos were taken.
2019.10.7 · File · 10 Sept. 1969
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format "B) 69-53" is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,150 ASL" which is 17,150 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.52" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1308" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "10 SEP 69" is the date the photos were taken.
2019.10.1 · File · 3 July 1968
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format B) 67-326 is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,000 ASL" which is 17,000 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.17" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1245" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "3 JUL 68" is the date the photos were taken.
5810 Bench Plan for 1972
2000.1.2.6.3 · Item · November 30, 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the generalized pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 5810 bench. Annotated details include numerical bench markers, extraction dates and approximate ore extraction amounts. The hand drawn plan consists of solid and dotted lines drawn with green, orange and lead pencil.

2000.1.2.6.2 · Item · November 30, 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the generalized pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for benches 5840 and 5870. Annotated details include numerical bench markers as well as extraction dates. The hand drawn plan consists of solid and dotted lines drawn with green and red pencil.

2000.1.2.6.7 · Item · October 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 5840 bench for the end of September to November. Extraction dates, approximate extraction tonnages and ore, waste and talus locations are included throughout the plan. Annotated details include numerical bench markers, extraction dates, approximate total tonnages as well as waste and ore tonnage calculations for October. The hand drawn plan consists of solid and broken lines drawn with red, blue, orange and lead pencils as well as black ink.

2000.1.2.6.8 · Item · October 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 5870 bench for the end of August to November. Extraction dates, approximate extraction tonnages and ore, waste and talus locations are included throughout the plan. Annotated details include numerical bench markers, extraction dates, approximate extraction tonnages, ore, waste and talus locations as well as waste, ore, talus and total tonnage calculations for October. The hand drawn plan consists of solid and broken lines drawn with red, blue, orange and lead pencils as well as black ink.

2000.1.2.6.4 · Item · November 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the generalized pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 6290 bench for the month of November. Annotated details include numerical bench markers and waste extraction dates. The hand drawn plan consists of solid and dotted lines drawn with green, orange, red, blue and lead pencil.

2000.1.2.6.5 · Item · October 1, 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the generalized pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 6290 bench for the month of October and November. Extraction dates as well as total unbroken tonnages are included within certain portions of the plan. Annotated details include numerical bench markers, extraction dates, total tonnages to be extracted and approximate waste tonnage calculations for October. The hand drawn plan consists of solid and broken lines drawn with red, green, orange and lead pencils as well as black ink.

6320 Bench Plan for 1972
2000.1.2.6.12 · Item · October 4, 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 6320 bench. Extraction dates accompanied by its total tonnages are located within each planned area. Certain extraction dates are labeled with bench numbers. Annotated details include extraction dates, approximate total tonnages per area accompanied by extraction dates, total planned tonnages, total tonnages from December 31, 1971 as well as a rough colored legend depicting extraction month by color. The hand drawn plan consists of solid lines drawn with green, red, orange and lead pencils.

2000.1.2.6.6 · Item · October 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 6320 bench for the end of September to October. Extraction dates are included within certain portions of the plan. Annotated details include numerical bench markers, extraction dates, and approximate waste tonnage calculation for October. The hand drawn plan consists of solid and broken lines drawn with red, orange and lead pencils as well as black ink.

6350 Bench Plan for 1972
2000.1.2.6.9 · Item · October 4, 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 6350 bench. Extraction dates accompanied by its total tonnages are located within each planned area. Annotated details include extraction dates, approximate total tonnages per area as well as extraction dates, total planned and broken tonnages and total tonnages from December 31, 1970 from a survey done in September 30. The hand drawn plan consists of solid lines drawn with red, green and orange colored pencils.

6380 Bench Plan for 1972
2000.1.2.6.10 · Item · October 4, 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 6380 bench. Extraction dates accompanied by its total tonnages are located within each planned area. Certain extraction dates are labeled with bench numbers. Annotated details include extraction dates, approximate total tonnages per area as well as extraction dates, total planned and broken tonnages, total tonnages from December 31, 1970 from a survey done in September 1, numerical bench markers as well as a rough colored legend depicting extraction month by color. The hand drawn plan consists of solid lines drawn with green, yellow, red and lead pencils.

6410 Bench Plan for 1972
2000.1.2.6.11 · Item · October 4, 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts the pit layout and estimated waste extraction areas for 6410 bench. Extraction dates accompanied by its total tonnages are located within each planned area. Certain extraction dates are labeled with bench numbers. Annotated details include extraction dates, approximate total tonnages per area as well as extraction dates, total planned and broken tonnages, total tonnages from December 31, 1970 and numerical bench markers. The hand drawn plan consists of solid lines drawn with green, yellow, orange and lead pencils.

6440 Bench Plan for 1972
2000.1.2.6.1 · Item · October 4, 1972
Part of Cassiar Asbestos Corporation Ltd. fonds

This map depicts a drawn bench plan for the estimated excavated waste for bench 6440 during the first quarter of 1972. Annotated details include the approximate excavated ore tonnages, broken and planned values for the first quarter and revised calculations from previous years values. Planned excavated areas are drawn with different colors.

2019.10.2 · File · 8 Sept. 1969
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format B) 69-53 is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,150 ASL" which is 17,150 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.52" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1307" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "8 SEP 69" is the date the photos were taken.
2019.10.3 · File · 8 Sept. 1969
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format B) 69-53 is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,150 ASL" which is 17,150 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.52" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1307" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "8 SEP 69" is the date the photos were taken.
2019.10.4 · File · 8 Sept. 1969
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format B) 69-53 is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,150 ASL" which is 17,150 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.52" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1307" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "8 SEP 69" is the date the photos were taken.
2019.10.5 · File · 9 Sept. 1969
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format "B) 69-53" is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,150 ASL" which is 17,150 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.52" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1308" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "9 SEP 69" is the date the photos were taken.
2019.10.6 · File · 9 Sept. 1969
Part of Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. collection

These remote-sensing aerial photographs were taken by Lockwood Survey Corporation Ltd. under contract for the B.C. Forest Service. Some photographs are annotated to show logging activity; clearcuts, slash piles, log booms, and tree debris on the water are also visible in some of the images. No detailed location information or index accompanies the photographs. These historically important aerial photographs depict Williston Lake soon after its creation in 1968 with the building of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. Also depicted are the rivers and tributaries that empty into the Williston Reservoir, such as the Finlay River, the Ospika River, and the Omineca River.

The identification coding on these photographs can be interpreted as follows:

  • The largest number on the leftmost side is the frame number for the individual photograph.
  • The following code to the right in the format "B) 69-53" is currently unknown, but may refer to an internal project number for the Lockwood Survey Corporation.
  • The 6" may refer to the camera's focal length in inches.
  • Next is "17,150 ASL" which is 17,150 feet Above Sea Level.
  • Following is "152.52" which refers to the camera's focal length in millimeters, which equals 6 inches.
  • The "W1308" may refer to the reel, but that is unconfirmed.
  • "9 SEP 69" is the date the photos were taken.
A look at Canada
2000.23.1.070.10 · Item · 1977
Part of Audrey Smedley L'Heureux fonds

The map of Canada is part of a greater booklet on Canadian history. This booklet was intended to help those preparing for their Canadian citizenship interview.

Adam Zimmerman fonds
2003.8 · Fonds · 1957-1994

This fonds consits of the administrative and business papers of Mr. Adam Zimmerman during his tenure as a senior level executive with Noranda Inc., Noranda Mines Ltd, and Macmillan Bloedel Ltd., particularly in Ontario, Quebec, and British Columbia with the majority of these records relating to the senior level operations of these companies. It includes textual records relate to the creation and development of Northwood Pulp & Timber Ltd. in Prince George including all aspects of its regional operations throughout Northcentral BC). The fonds also includes records related to Noranda Inc.’s successful and unsuccessful attempts at business acquisitions in both forestry and mining operations internationally, particularly in Mexico, Brazil, the Netherlands and Tasmania.

The fonds also contains textual records generated by Zimmerman in his directorship and chairman positions on various forest industry association boards. It includes his notes, general correspondence, minutes, as well as booklets and brochures notably from the Canadian Forest Industries Council, the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association, the Forest Sector Advisory Council and other similar industry associations. Much of this material relates to the issue of the softwood lumber dispute and Zimmerman’s involvement in the lobbying efforts regarding Canada/U.S. Free Trade issues and includes bound reports, agreements, and publications as well as correspondence to/from Zimmerman and his handwritten notes within the files. The fonds also includes general business information (annual reports, brochures, publications) pertaining to other Canadian forestry and mining companies.

The fonds also contains Adam Zimmerman’s speeches and correspondence related to his involvement in numerous charities, foundations and corporate fundraising initiatives with numerous Canadian educational institutions, non-profit societies and federal election campaigns.

Business records of Noranda Inc. are extensive and include administrative, business, personnel, financial and legal records. Record types include correspondence, memos, handwritten notes, business proposals and meeting notes, merger proposals and notes, prospectuses, board meeting agendas and minutes, annual reports, financial statements, resumes, portfolios, printed brochures, publications and other ephemera related to the business operations of Noranda Inc., Noranda Mines and MacMillan Bloedel [during Noranda Mines take-over of MB] all during Zimmerman’s tenure as Chair and/or CEO. The fonds includes correspondence, financial reports, legal testimony transcripts resulting from the Gaspe Copper Mine labour strike in Quebec in 1957 and the subsequent Gaspe Law Suit of 1960 between Noranda and the United Steel Workers of America. The fonds also includes extensive correspondence between Zimmerman and various levels of government regarding the lobbying of government on forestry policy and correspondence with various environmental lobbying groups in the 1980s including correspondence with well-known environmentalist David Suzuki.

Subjects include all facets of business operations pertaining to Canadian forestry and mining sectors including labour issues, environmental impacts of industrial developments, industry and effects on the Canadian economy, the free trade debate, the softwood lumber issue etc.

The fonds provides a detailed archival record of Mr. Zimmerman’s contribution to the building of Noranda Forest in Canada, Northwood Pulp & Timber in BC and Noranda Inc. as a resource-based conglomerate. Many records were utilized by Mr. Zimmerman in the writing of his book, Who’s in Charge Here, Anyway?: reflections from a life in business, (Don Mills, Ontario: Stoddart; Distributed in Canada by General Distribution Services), 1997.

Zimmerman, Adam
2020.4.4.01 · File · 1972-1978
Part of G. Gary Runka fonds

File consists of Gary Runka's records during his roles as general manager of the BC Land Commission (appointed 1973) and as the chairman of the Agricultural Land Commission (1975-1978) during its formative years. Includes correspondence, reports, informational material, and maps. Highlights include:

  • A statement by Gordan Gram delivered 30 March 1976 entitled "Land Commission: Acquisition and Land Management"
  • "Brief to the Commission of Inquiry on Property Assessment and Taxation" submitted by the B.C. Land Commission (29 April 1976)
  • "Possibilities for Improved Land Management of Class 4 Lands in ALR: A Report to the British Columbia Land Commission" by Terence Lewis (12 Dec. 1975)
  • Newspaper articles about the Commission's work and Runka's departure in 1978
  • "Script for: Saving the Land - Bernholtz Study Project - A Slide Tape Presentation"
  • "Green Paper on Planning for Agriculture: Food Land Guidelines" from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food (1977)
  • "Where Have the Farm Lands Gone?" pamphlet (1979)
  • "Official Regional, Settlement, Community Plan Project 1978-1979"
  • "Preserving Agricultural Land: Guidelines for Action" booklet (1978)
  • Gary Runka's 1978 resignation letter

Maps include:

  • Photocopy of BC Provincial Land Commission, "Agricultural Land Reserve Plan, East Kootenay Regional District", map no. 82K/9, base sheet 16 of 17, last amended July 1994.
  • Photocopy of BC Provincial Land Commission, "Agricultural Land Reserve Plan, East Kootenay Regional District", map no. 82G/12, base sheet 8 of 17, last amended Oct. 1995.
  • Photocopy of BC Provincial Land Commission, "Agricultural Land Reserve Plan, Thompson-Nicola Regional District", map no. 92L/1, base sheet 14 of 43, original dated August 1974.
  • Photocopy of BC Provincial Land Commission, "Agricultural Land Reserve Plan, Thompson-Nicola Regional District", map no. 92L/2, base sheet 15 of 43, last amended Oct. 1998.
  • Reproduction of B.C. Land Inventory (C.L.I.) base map 82E/3 showing Agricultural Land Reserve Boundary in the Okanagan-Similkameen Regional District, amended to July 1996.
  • Reproduction of B.C. Land Inventory (C.L.I.) base map 82E/6 showing Agricultural Land Reserve Boundary in the Okanagan-Similkameen Regional District, originally dated February 1974.
  • Reproduction of B.C. Land Inventory (C.L.I.) base map 82E/12 showing Agricultural Land Reserve Boundary in the Okanagan-Similkameen Regional District, amended to Oct. 1995.
Alaska Trip, August 1985
2020.09.01 · File · Aug. 1985
Part of Jill Singleton Collection

This travel scrapbook was created by Jill Singleton to document a trip to Alaska, Yukon, Haida Gwaii, and northern BC. Jill Singleton and Eric Stathers embarked on a 1985 car camping trip using the BC Ferries and Alaska Ferry systems. Includes postcards, ephemera, handwritten notes, pamphlets, issues of local newspapers, and maps. Also includes 37 photographs.

Includes the following:

  • "Queen Charlotte Islands Observer" newspaper issue for August 8, 1985
  • "A Walking Tour and Business Directory for Queen Charlotte City", June 1985
  • "A Walking Tour and Business Directory for Tlell + Port Clements", June 1985
  • "A Walking Tour and Business Directory for Skidegate Landing, Skidegate and Sandspit", June 1985
  • "A Walking Tour and Business Directory for Masset", June 1985
  • "Explorations Q.C.I." pamphlet advertising guiding, outfitting, and touring
  • "Sandspit Inn, Queen Charlotte Islands" pamphlet
  • "Visit the Queen Charlottes" pamphlet
  • Queen Charlotte Islands map, circa 1985
  • BC Ferries pamphlet "New in 1985... Inside Passage Day Cruise"
  • BC Ferries pamphlet "Tickets and Boarding Information, Inside Passage"
  • "Alaska Marine Highway" pamphlet
  • "Discover Southeast Alaska, Ketchikan" pamphlet
  • "Alaska State Parks" pamphlet/map
  • "Tongass National Forest, Alaska" pamphlet/map
  • "Alaska Marine Highway Summer Schedule - May 1, 1985 through September 30, 1985" pamphlet
  • History leaflet for St. Michael's Cathedral, Sitka, AK
  • Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute leaflets, 1984
  • Anchorage 1984 Visitors Guide, Anchorage Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • "Skagway... some Steps on the Gold Rush Trail... walking Tour of the Historic District - Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park"
  • "Skaguay Alaskan" newspaper issue, Vol. VIII, No. 1880 (1985)
  • "Klondike Gold Rush" pamphlet for tourists
  • "Broadway, Skagway, Alaska" pamphlet
  • "S.S. Tutshi, Carcross" pamphlet
  • "Moon Watching" pamphlet by BC Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing (1980)
  • "Some Insects of Provincial Parks" pamphlet by BC Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing (1980)
  • "Stewart, British Columbia - Hyder, Alaska... Your Gateway to Alaska and the Yukon!" pamphlet
  • "Stewart-Cassiar Highway 37" map
  • "Prince Rupert City Map & Guide" pamphlet
  • "Explore Canada's Yellowhead, Western Canada's New Interprovincial Highway" pamphlet (1983)
  • "101 Things To Do in Yukon" booklet published by Tourism Yukon (1985)
  • "Your Guide to B.C. Ferries' Inside Passage" booklet by British Columbia Ferry Corporation (1985)
  • "Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada" booklet (1981)

Trip itinerary:

  • Vancouver, BC
  • Nanaimo, BC
  • Port Hardy, BC
  • Prince Rupert, BC
  • Yakoun River, BC
  • Haida Gwaii, BC (formerly Queen Charlotte Islands)
  • Rennell Sound, BC
  • Graham Island, BC
  • Queen Charlotte City, BC
  • Sandspit, BC
  • Prince Rupert, BC
  • Ketchikan, AK
  • Sitka, AK
  • Tenakee Springs, AK
  • Juneau, AK
  • Skagway, BC
  • Carcross, YK
  • Atlin, BC
  • Telegraph Creek, BC
  • Kitwanga, BC
  • Prince Rupert, BC
  • Prince George, BC
  • Lillooet, BC
  • Vancouver, BC