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Tourism and promotional films and videos Fraser Canyon (B.C.) British Columbia--Description and travel--1945-1985
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This is British Columbia : a place for all people

The item is a composite print of a travelogue film from 1973. It contains footage of aspects of the province as seen in Beautiful B.C. Magazine; the British Columbia Boys Choir is featured. Also includes sequences on the Cariboo-Chilcotin region; the Williams Lake Stampede; Hell's Gate Aerial Tramway in Fraser Canyon; sculptor Arnold Michaelson of White Rock; skiing by aircraft in the Purcell Range (Kootenay area); Queen Elizabeth Park (Vancouver); Three Valley Gap; Festival of "Medieval Sports" at Cloverdale and activities in Stanley Park.

The land of the chief

The item is a composite print of a travelogue from 1973. It is about British Columbia, as seen through the eyes of Chief Dan George. Includes general footage of B.C. scenery, lakes and rivers, Barkerville, a rodeo, ranching, recreation, the Fraser Canyon, Vancouver and Victoria.

Mirrors to the sun : long version

The item is a composite print of a travelogue film made in 1073-1974. It uses unusual optical techniques (mainly mirror-image and "kaleidoscopic" effects) to present the scenic splendours of B.C. Includes footage of abandoned Nickel Plate mine, Fraser Canyon, whitewater rafting, Nicola Valley, cattle ranching & roundup, rodeo, Kalamalka Lake, Kelowna Regatta, Penticton Peach Festival, autumn scenes, snowmobiling and skiing.