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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 4

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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1978 -- Coloured postcards of Howe Sound from Gibsons. The B. C. ferry, Sunshine Queen, is docked at Langdale with Gambier Island and the Tantalus Mountains in the background.

Photograph by Dorse McTaggart


Date unknown -- A postcard size plan of Gibsons village hall.

Photograph courtesy The Sechelt Peninsula Times newspaper and the Alsgard family


Date unknown -- Super-Valu store, Sunnycrest Plaza in Gibsons

Photograph courtesy The Sechelt Peninsula Times newspaper and the Alsgard family


1932 -- Lower Road, Gibsons. Copy from a postcard.

Note the five cars, passenger and truck. Truck in foreground is equipped with home-made benches for transporting passengers, seems to be a school or Sunday school bus as well as perhaps a delivery van. Top sign on the side of the store advertises Old Chum Tobacco.

Photograph by Helen McCall


c1890 -- George Gibson and family. Left to right: Minister Lacey, ?, Charlotte Gibson, Ralph Gibson, Chuck Winegarden, Harriet Gibson (in front), Lloyd Baker, George Gibson senior, ?, Emma Gibson, Mrs Gibson. Front row: Tom Soames, Mary Lask, Tom Andrew junior, Irene Smith, Nellie Gibson, Sadie Soames, Eliza Andrew.

Photographer unknown.



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