42 Archival description results for Airplanes
- CA JMABC A.1995.003-002-4-L.21744
- [April 29, 1931]
B&W print depicts the plane Billanca that crashed in Lake Atlin. The pilot was Everett Wasson and he was carrying 3 passengers. This information comes from two other images in this series. There are five images in the series. "Everett Wasson Pilot" is written on the front of the image. On the back of the image is written: "Crashed Atlin Lake, 1932/4." Due to the exact date on other photos in this series the date is likely April 29, 1931.
Note: colour adjusted on jpg.
- CA JMABC A.1995.003-004-MI-5
- [ca. 1938]
Film depicts the Dawson ice break up in May, a picnic, a softball game, various shots of ships and planes. The film also has shots of the sun at midnight over Dawson in June, and people mining.
- CA JMABC A.1971.001-19.86-05
- April 30, 1986
Part of JHSBC Oral History Collection
Oral history interview with Esmond Lando who was born in England, 1908. Esmond started his career practicing law, connections with 'Spilsbury and Hepburn ship-to-shore radios' led to partnership. Also involved in logging industry and owned and built a number of golf courses in Greater Vancouver & Lower Mainland.
- CA JMABC A.1995.006, A.2011.024-001-38-L.12054
Part of Jewish Western Bulletin fonds
Photograph depicts water bomber dropping load (possibly water or flame retardant) on a forest fire.
Written on verso: "File: JNF fighting forest fires in Israel. 1988/89."
- CA JMABC A.1995.003-001-58-L.19251
Colour Anscochrome 35mm slide depicts a flight attendant tending to a passenger inside an airplane.
- CA JMABC A.1995.003-004-MI-1
- [ca. 1939]
Film depicts footage of a plane flying into Whitehorse, shipyards, skiing, men logging, Ed Barker Day, dinner parties, people taking a ship called the Princess Norah. The film also shows shots of San Francisco, Oregon, and Los Angeles markets, and well as Sunset Boulevard (Los Angeles) at night.