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BOOZE AND BARS

Booze and Bars: A Brief History of Pub Culture in the Crowsnest Pass

 

Welcome to the Crowsnest Pass!

 

In a region shaped by industry and tragedy, the Crowsnest Pass survived and has created one of the most vibrant and beautiful  watering holes  in the Canadian Rockies. Surviving amazing hardships in the Crowsnest Pass was an accomplishment in itself. How did those early residents do it? To be honest, they had a little help from a few libations now and then.

 

LIQUOR PRESCRIPTION COASTERS - PKG of 12

Are you looking for a mischievous way to add some flair to your next party? These liquor prescription coasters are perfect! Printed on cardboard, they are easy to write on with ordinary ballpoint pens, allowing each of your guests to fill out their own unique "prescriptions" with their drink of choice!

12 Coasters/Package

Cardboard

GR1967.0021.0360.0001 (Reproduction)

LOOSE LEAF TEA - SAFE STIMULANT 50g

Have you taken the temperance pledge but still miss the taste of a good whisky? Well, there is no need to fall off the wagon! This special blend of tea is flavoured with vanilla, toffee, and smoke, which are the most highly prized flavor notes of a well blended scotch!

LUNCH BAG - MUSTARD ADVERTISEMENT

Be the cool kid in the lunchroom with this retro lunch bag, which features an advertisement for mustard from 1945. This re-usable brown paper bag style lunch sack is perfect for the vintage lovers in your life. It will keep your lunch, and drinks, the perfect temperature.

It is a laminated and insulated bag with a roll top closure and front pocket. Dimensions are slightly larger than the average roll top lunch kit 12.4" H x 7.5" W x 5.12" L.

Image: Edmonton Journal, December 19, 1945 (altered)

PHOTO BOOKMARK - PANORAMIC EXHIBIT

Featuring a hand-coloured photo of the Columbia Icefield from 1964 (Photo PR1991.0374.0617) on one side and a black and white image from the 100th Anniversary of the Edmonton Police Force in 1992 (Photo PR1996.0404.0001) on the other, this bookmark celebrates the panoramic photo collection from the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

The bookmark measures 2" wide by 8" long.

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