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Series 6.4
Chapman Creek-Grantham's Landing (1890-1983)
   Halfmoon Bay-Pender Harbour (1928-1970)
    Porpoise Bay (1898-1921)
    Porpoise Bay (1920-1982))
    Redrooffs, Roberts Creek (1914-1982)
    Selma Park (1911-1971)
    Skookumchuck, Wilson Creek (1911-1971)

Series 6.4, General, Panoramic Views, Chapman Creek -Grantham's Landing (1890-1983), Page 3

From Grantham's Landing to Princess Louisa Inlet, views and people of the Sunshine Coast from the 1890s to 1983. Photographers include Charles Bradbury, Florence Cliff, Jean Cook, Leighton P. Harrison, Gordon Reeves, Gladys Tidy, Tom Booker of 'The Press' and the Sechelt Peninsula Times photographer.

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1968/1969 -- (l-r) Murray Newman, head of Vancouver Aquarium, Jack Davis, Minister of Fisheries and Forestry, and Paul St. Pierre, MP for Coast-Chilcotin, and a killer whale in the Garden Bay whale station of the Vancouver Public Aquarium. Three whales had been captured: Natsidalia (female) died on November 8, 1968; Skookum Cecil escaped from the Pender Harbour pen on August 25, 1968; Hyak the baby went to the Vancouver Aquarium. See The Peninsula Times story February 12, 1969

Photograph courtesy the Peninsula Times newspaper and the Alsgard family


Late 1960s? -- Dr. Fred Inglis house upper right built circa 1912-1913. Gibson's family cemetery at the corner of North and School Roads. Note tombstone on right.

In July 1963 "Gibsons Council has passed a Bylaw which will give the village possession of the former Gibsons Memorial Church property so it can be made into a park in perpetuity."

Photograph courtesy Coast News newspaper


Date unknown -- Postcard of Gibsons from the water looking at the dock and beach to the west.

Photograph by H. H. Winn


Date unknown --Postcard of Gibsons from the water looking at the dock with a float plane either landing or taking off.

Photographer unknown


Date unknown -- Coloured postcard of Gibsons taken from 'Georgia View' bluff

Photograph by Dorse McTaggart