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Brian Blackwell Collection -- Index

1 Holy Family Church
2 Sechelt streets, buildings
3 Parades
4 Fire department
5 Shop Easy, Clayton's
6 Davis Bay
7 Selma Park
8 Porpoise Bay, Sechelt Inlet
9 West Sechelt
10 Ferries
11 Trail Bay



Brian Blackwell Collection, Parades, Page 2

Mr. Brian Blackwell and family came to Sechelt in the early 1970s when The Trail Bay Mall was developed. He ran the bakery in Clayton's Heritage Market for thirty-eight years and his wife Sylvia was the expert cake decorator. Over the past thirty years he has recorded on slides and photographs the construction and development of various buildings and structures and also their destruction in and around Sechelt. This is a valuable record of the later growth of Sechelt and District.

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1973 -- RCMP march down Cowrie St. next to Trail Bay mall in first Timber Days parade, Sechelt,

Photo by Brian Blackwell


1973 -- float in Timber Days parade on Cowrie Street, Sechelt

Photo by Brian Blackwell


1975 -- Sechelt Indian Band band in Timber Days parade

Photo by Brian Blackwell


1974 -- pipe band in Timber Days parade looking down Cowrie Street, Sechelt

Photo by Brian Blackwell


1979 -- parade coming up Dolphin Street. Brick RCMP building is pictured on right at flags.

Photo by Brian Blackwell



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