sent some of his dad's wallet cards.
Walker, Box 2830, Smeltersite,
his address on the cards
Kemano Camp Identification Card
#302, Boarder's name, T. R. Walker
Employer- Saguenay-Kitimat Co.
(subsidiary of Alcan)
Construction Company formed by
the Aluminum Company of Canada,
(Alcan) in 1955
Card not valid until signed
by Crawley & McCracken Co Ltd
(see Index for history of this Company)
Morrison-Knudsen Pay stub,
Terminated July 3, 1953
Then he got that dreaded Pink slip,
June 5, 1953
Bud Walker's driver's license
I just paid $75 for same thing Nov 2010!
GMAC loan card
BCAA Card expired Jan 1, 1959
Kemano Camera Club Membership
Jean Graves Secretary
Athletic Association Card,
used at Anderson Creek Camp
which was near Kitimat Smeltersite.
Vancouver, New Westminster District
Trade and Labor Council
Short Course School 1955
Red Cross Blood Donation Card
Medical Insurance Card
Feb 1, 1955
Vancouver Airlines Limousines Ltd,
Airlines Bus Card
He was a Non-Sustaining
April 1952, Aero Club of BC
A Steamer pass for
Union Steamships Ltd,
Good for all Steamers, until Dec 31, 1953
Company founded in 1889, operated until 1959
sold out to Northland Navigation Co
Operated freight and passenger service
to and from Vancouver.
Funnel- red with black top
Found this book written about the firm
T. R. "Bud" Walker in his office, on left.
Fellow worker on right, name unknown
Royal Bank of Canada calendar on the wall.
dated Oct 1953.
Company phone list on the wall
beside each of them.
View it on the Kemano Townsite page.
This is a great picture of Bud Walker
hard at work at his desk
Bud Walker on left, Unknown in hard hat
Standing in front of
one of the 4x4 Jeep station wagons.
going to Kemano, in the late 1940's,
Bud was involved in the Logging Industry
in Nanoose Bay and Port Alberni area.
Most of the time with Northwest Bay Logging Co.,
a Division of H. R. MacMillan Export Co.
Archive Pictures here
as logging Bud was involved in flying,
and took many photos of bush planes etc.
The plane shown on the Kemano Beach page
he was on.
Archive Photos here
William Hubbard Business Card
Western Engineering and Trading Ltd
Eastman Kodak Photography Course
Rochester NY, 1970
Plumbers and Steamfitters Annual Ball
Nov 11, 1955
After Kemano, and before going to Kitimat
he worked for Labour Canada in Vancouver.
Article written by Bud Walker
in the Sagimat Employee Newspaper,
summarized in a
Nov 2, 1955 Globe and Mail article.
Left-right- 2 Lionel "Al" Brown boys,
Ayce and Grant Walker, Bud's boys
this was taken at the wharf.
the two tall structures in the background
held the cement used for the project.
Unloaded from the boats, it was stored here
until needed at the patch plant.
Bud Walker, his wife Bertie,
and "Jay" Brown, Al's wife.