The History of Whitehorse
An excellent illustrated summary by Ken Spotswood.
Historic Images of Whitehorse, Yukon
A collection of historic postcards and other photos.
Strolling around Whitehorse, 1947
In this lengthy article from the 80-page booklet "All-Year Round Guide to the Yukon", E.J. "Stroller" White takes us on a walking tour of downtown Whitehorse.
P.R.A. Fellowship Club - Whitehorse, Yukon, 1943
The final newsletter for this club for Alaska Highway workers talks about their many activities, giving thanks to many of their most active members.
Strolling around Whitehorse in 1947
An article from the 80-page booklet "All-Year Round Guide to the Yukon" takes you for a walking tour of downtown Whitehorse, describing the buildings and the people involved.
Whitehorse Aviation to 1947
Two articles from the 80-page booklet "All-Year Round Guide to the Yukon" describe the development of the Whitehorse airport, and the city's part in Yukon aviation generally.
The history of the Whitehorse Hospital to 1947
An article from the 80-page booklet "All-Year Round Guide to the Yukon" describes the development of the Whitehorse hospital.
Cheechako Grill, Whitehorse, Yukon
This 5-page menu from the restaurant is probably from the 1960s.
Edgewater Hotel in Whitehorse burns, 1961
A huge fire on December 25, 1961, with the temperature at -45 degrees, destroyed the Edgewater Hotel and several other buildings on First Avenue.
The Burning of the Sternwheelers Casca and Whitehorse
On June 20, 1974, in the most famous fire in Yukon history, two of the last remaining Yukon River sternwheelers were destroyed.
Yukon Historical & Museums Association
Among other things, the site has an excellent illustrated tour of Whitehorse heritage buildings.
The Two Decker
Cam Smith wrote this humourous poem about a 2-story outhouse at the Commercial Hotel in Whitehorse, Yukon, and published it in 1943.
Heritage Preservation in Whitehorse
From 1998, an article about the city's Heritage Advisory Committee having their work cut out for them.
KARA / KMA Speedway
The stock car race track closed in 2004, but this 3/8 mile semi-banked dirt oval provided people with a lot of fun and excitement for over 30 years.
Building the Hamilton Blvd. Extension, 2007-2009
A gallery of 25 photos follows construction of a new access route to the residential areas developing above Whitehorse.
The Whitehorse Dam
The story of power production in the Yukon, and the building of the dam which opened in 1958.