Revelstoke Museum launches its new book, Reflections

By David F. Rooney

The Revelstoke Museum & Archives and its many supporters celebrated the launch on Saturday of Reflections — its new 100-image retrospective of Erale and Estelle Dickeys’ photography chronicling community life between from the 1930s to the ’70s.

You can read more about the book and the Dickeys here, as well as see photos from its pages. In the meantime here are some images from the event at the Hillcrest Hotel:

Rob Lamont holds court with come of the other guests at the Revelstoke Museum & Archives lovely fund-raising dinner and book launch at the Hillcrest on Saturday evening. The Museum has just published a 100-image retrospective of Earle and Estelle Dickey's decades-long commitment to capturing local life on film between the 1930s and 70s. David F. Rooney
Pat Morehouse, Edie, Maria Stagliano, Judy Vigue and Mike Dragani pose for the camera. Almost 100 people attended the event. David F. Rooney
Revelstoke Museum Curator Cathy English has the attention of her husband Ken (left) and other guests at the dinner as she pays tribute to the Dickeys' excellent and historic contribution to community life. David F. Rooney