History of photography in Smithers
Bulkley Valley Museum
Photo of photographer and architect Gilbert Clarke Killam during his time in Smithers.
Photograph of a group of Swiss immigrants bound for the Bulkley Valley on board the liner Ascania. Louis Schibli, aged 17, is standing in the back row, third from the left, in the light-coloured suit.
Photograph of (l-r) Louis Schibli, Elsie Anderson Aida, and Tatuso (Tat) Aida at Malkow Lookout, a local hill formerly used for skiing.
Photograph of Floyd and Nellie Richerson, owners of Richerson's Studio in Smithers.
Mother's Day-themed advertisement for Louis' Studio in the Interior News.
Advertisement for Gilbert Clarke Killam's architectural services in the Interior News.
Advertisement for William Wrathall's Photo Finishing in the Interior News.
Advertisement for Richerson's Studio in the Interior News.
Photo of a Smithers baseball team, the "Boston Bloomer Girls," with Joe Coffee at the center of the front row (sixth from left).
Photograph of a Smithers baseball team, the "Boston Bloomer Girls," standing next to an automobile. "George Coffey" (possibly Joe Coffee) is at the far left.