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PHOTO AND NEGATIVE ENVELOPE, 5"X7", UNBUFFERED

These envelopes are lignin free with an approximate pH of 7.0 and a high alpha cellulose content. Perfect for storing any prints and color negatives.

PHOTO AND NEGATIVE ENVELOPE, 5"X7", UNBUFFERED, BOX OF 100,

These envelopes are lignin free with an approximate pH of 7.0 and a high alpha cellulose content. Perfect for storing any prints and color negatives.

PHOTO AND NEGATIVE ENVELOPE, 8"X10", BUFFERED

These envelopes are buffered with 3% calcium carbonate to help retard migrant activity. Perfect for storing nitrate and acetate negatives and newspaper clippings.

PHOTO AND NEGATIVE ENVELOPE, 8"X10", BUFFERED, BOX OF 100

These envelopes are buffered with 3% calcium carbonate to help retard migrant activity. Perfect for storing nitrate and acetate negatives and newspaper clippings.

PHOTO AND NEGATIVE ENVELOPE, 8"X10", UNBUFFERED

These envelopes are lignin free with an approximate pH of 7.0 and a high alpha cellulose content. Perfect for storing any prints and color negatives.

PHOTO AND NEGATIVE ENVELOPE, 8"X10", UNBUFFERED, BOX OF 100

These envelopes are lignin free with an approximate pH of 7.0 and a high alpha cellulose content. Perfect for storing any prints and color negatives.

PHOTOCOPY, LEDGER, 11" X 17"

Prices are for single pages.

PHOTOCOPY, LETTER & LEGAL, PER PAGE

Prices are for single pages.

PHOTOGRAPHIC RESTORATION/COLOURIZATION, PER HOUR OF TECHNICIAN TIME

A professionally trained Digitization Technician will digitally alter the orignial item to client specifications.

 

There is a minimum $30.00 charge for all digital restoration services for the first hour of technician time. Every additional 30 minutes of techinician time will cost $15.00.

 

The client must first speak with the technician to determine the approximate time for completion before the project commences.

PIGMA MICRON PEN, 005, BLACK

Pigma Micron pens are acid-free and archival, making them ideal for papercrafts, journals, illustration, crafts, or any application requiring precision and permanance.

These pens are not to be used on original documents or photos. They are not refillable and come in 6 different sizes.

PIGMA MICRON PEN, 01, BLACK

Pigma Micron pens are acid-free and archival, making them ideal for papercrafts, journals, illustration, crafts, or any application requiring precision and permanance.

These pens are not to be used on original documents or photos. They are not refillable and come in 6 different sizes.

 

PIGMA MICRON PEN, 02, BLACK

Pigma Micron pens are acid-free and archival, making them ideal for papercrafts, journals, illustration, crafts, or any application requiring precision and permanance.

These pens are not to be used on original documents or photos. They are not refillable and come in 6 different sizes.

 

PIGMA MICRON PEN, 03, BLACK

Pigma Micron pens are acid-free and archival, making them ideal for papercrafts, journals, illustration, crafts, or any application requiring precision and permanance.

These pens are not to be used on original documents or photos. They are not refillable and come in 6 different sizes.

 

PIGMA MICRON PEN, 05, BLACK

Pigma Micron pens are acid-free and archival, making them ideal for papercrafts, journals, illustration, crafts, or any application requiring precision and permanance.

These pens are not to be used on original documents or photos. They are not refillable and come in 6 different sizes.

 

PLASTIKLIPS®, ASSORTED, PKG OF 315

Cheerful, brightly colored PlastiKlips will not rust, fade or discolor. They have a neutral pH, are strong and will not tear or mar. Available in various sizes.

PLASTIKLIPS®, LARGE, PKG OF 200

Cheerful, brightly colored PlastiKlips will not rust, fade or discolor. They have a neutral pH, are strong and will not tear or mar. Available in various sizes.

 

 

PROTEST AND PROGRESS

Rice Sheppard, Harry Ainlay, Margaret Crang... three Edmontonians who stood up and fought for the working people of their city through the dark days of the World Wars, the fragile prosperity of the 1920s, the grinding poverty of the Dirty Thirties and Cold War repression.

 

Rice Sheppard, Harry Ainlay and Margaret Crang did not win all their battles but they made a difference in the history of the city, the province and the country.

PUBLICATION REPRINT WHATS WRONG WITH COMIC BOOKS

A reprinted publication from the Advisory Board on Objectionable Publications from the 1950s to 1970s. This board was part of the Alberta Government and was censoring comic books and magazines because they believed that children were being corrupted and turned towards crime.

 

This booklet was reporduced for pure enjoyment and a comical read that describes our history.

PUZZLE - DOWNTOWN EDMONTON

A 300 piece felt board puzzle featuring photo A13902, an archival image of downtown Edmonton taken by photographer Esther N. Kelly in 1920.

 

PUZZLE - MOUNTAINS

This 300 piece felt board puzzle features photo A3989, an archival image of Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park taken by mountaineer and photographer Joe Weiss in 1940.

 

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