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Automobile travel--British Columbia



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Columbia adventure

Travelogue. A family enjoys an automobile trip through the Columbia watershed, following the Columbia River from its mouth on the Pacific coast to its source in southeastern British Columbia. En route, there are views of the Valley of the Ten Peak...

Correspondence relating to roads in Victoria district

  • GR-1153
  • Series
  • 1900

Correspondence relating to roads in Victoria district. Includes a request for new road construction from the Victoria Driving Club and the Victoria Tourist Association, and correspondence about cows wandering at large in Oak Bay. Also includes a...

British Columbia. Dept. of Lands and Works

Edith Kawinsky interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], [1979-01?] SUMMARY: Edith Kawinsky was born Edith Little on April 15, 1922 in Prince Rupert. She recounts stories of school in Terrace, and what their recreational activities and facilities were like. The dusty baseme...

Essays and accounts

Transcripts of short essays on various subjects, including the transport and mining industries in B.C., the history of B.C., descriptions of Victoria and other B.C. cities. Also includes accounts of car trips taken by L.A. Coton to the Okanagan, ...

Coton, Leonard A.

Highway north

Travelogue. Scenic highlights and points of interest along Highway 97 in the Okanagan and Cariboo. Includes footage of car ferries (the M.V. "David Lloyd-Jones" and M.V. "Lequime") on Okanagan Lake; highlights of Kelowna Inter...

Highway north

Travelogue. Scenic highlights and points of interest along Highway 97 in the Okanagan and Cariboo. Includes footage of car ferries (the M.V. "David Lloyd-Jones" and M.V. "Lequime") on Okanagan Lake; highlights of Kelowna Inter...

Highways to splendor

Travelogue. A scenic trip on the "Queen of Prince Rupert" from Kelsey Bay to Prince Rupert introduces such destinations as Vancouver, Victoria and the Cariboo. Includes shots of Active Pass, Barkerville, Campbell River and the W.A.C. Be...

Our Cariboo neighbors

Amateur film. Harriet Gerry shot this film during an automobile journey from Rosedale to Williams Lake and Soda Creek on the Cariboo Highway, and part of the return trip via the Dog Creek Road, in the summer of 1941. Includes footage of wagons en ...

People in landscape : The Cariboo Road

SUMMARY: A program on the Cariboo Road, in modern times and in the 19th century, with stories of travel by car and stagecoach from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo. The voices heard are: Mrs. Nellie Baker, Mrs. R.T.Crosby, Miss Leah Shaw, Vince ...

Ray de Kergommeaux interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1978-07-25 SUMMARY: Ray de Kergommeaux was born on March 17, 1934 in Terrace, B.C. His father and mother and two friends of the family were the first people to drive to Vancouver and back. During the war, since Ray co...

Tourism : a British Columbia industry

Promotional film. Activities of the BC Government Travel Bureau in promoting the B.C. tourist industry, emphasizing the diverse methods used to advertise the province. Includes footage of various B.C. industries, the Minister and Deputy Minister o...

Trip to the Flying U

Amateur film. House. Changing car tire. Ranch. Squirrel. Horse on range. Cowboys. Car in woods. Guests on horses. Bucking bronco, wild cow. Lake view. Car with fixed tire: Boyd's Garage. View of mountains. Fixing car again.

[A quick journey across British Columbia]

Travelogue. Made two weeks after the opening of the Big Bend highway and the Banff-Jasper Highway, this film depicts the scenery of British Columbia as seen from the Trans-Canada Highway between Vancouver and Field, with side trips from Jasper to ...

[Beginning of trip to Hazelton, 1928]

Amateur film. In summer 1928, two carloads of travellers drive from Kamloops to Hazelton and return, filming highlights of their trip. These include the Cariboo Road, Barkerville, Bear Lake, Summit Lake, Stuart Lake, Fort St. James, Bulkley River...

[Booth Collection -- miscellaneous, reel 1]

Footage. 15 reels of varying lengths containing miscellaneous footage and outs, as follows: rainbow over lake and mountains, then shot of a man in a field who picks and measures a huge mushroom [78]; man and women hunt grouse near T.U. Auto Court ...

[Burritt miscellany, reel 2]

Footage. Baby and woman in a park. Long sequence on the "General Motors Parade of Progress" (several streamlined trucks at a fairground - presumably some kind of traveling exhibition); faded shots of various people (including Oscar Burr...

[Cariboo region, Vancouver, Fraser Valley]

Footage. A film showing tourism and commerce in three areas: the Cariboo region around 100 Mile House, Vancouver, and the upper Fraser Valley. Cariboo region subjects include fishing, motoring, horseback riding, boating, hiking, pioneer buildings,...

[Cariboo road]

Footage. A travel film presenting outdoor attractions and community life along the highways linking the Fraser Canyon to Clinton and Lillooet. Featured are swimming, fishing, hiking, sightseeing, motoring through the Fraser Canyon and accommodatio...

[Fraser Canyon motoring] : [footage and out-takes]

Footage. This is a compilation of footage showing motoring through the Fraser Canyon from Hope to near Lytton. Depicted at length are the canyon gorges and the turbulent Fraser River, as well as the highway and railway routes along the steep canyo...

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