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PUBLICATION REPRINT - WHAT'S 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 reproduced for pure enjoyment and a comical read that describes our history.

PUZZLE - DOWNTOWN EDMONTON

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

Comes with a box for easy storage.

 

PUZZLE - MOUNTAINS

This 300 piece felt board puzzle features Provincial Archives of Alberta photo A3089, an archival image of Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park taken by mountaineer and photographer Joe Weiss in 1940.

Comes with a box for easy storage.

 

RED EYE RE-TOUCHING PEN

Do you have some treasured photographs that need a little TLC? Lineco Red Eye Retouching Pen removes distracting red eyes from your favorite photographs with this specially designed pen, changing it to a hue that is more natural.

 

 

SLIDE PAGES, 2”x2” PKG 25

Manufactured from clear, high density, chemically inert polypropylene, these archival album pages are available in a number of configurations to satisfy a variety of formats. Each is designed to fit a standard 3 ring binder.

Available in a variety of sizes.

SMALL PLASTIKLIPS - PKG 200

Cheerful, brightly colored Plastiklips will not rust, fade or discolor. They have a neutral pH, are strong and will not tear or mar.

SOCKS – GUEST OF PROVINCE

Keep your feet fashionable with one-of-a-kind Provincial Archives of Alberta socks! These crew socks feature image GR1970.0337.0003 "A Guest of the Province" sticker advertising tourism in Alberta c.1940. Show off your vintage Alberta style wherever your adventures take you!

SOCKS – SUNNY ALBERTA

Keep your feet fashionable with one-of-a-kind Provincial Archives of Alberta socks! These crew socks feature image GR1970.0337.0001 a "Sunny Alberta" sticker advertising tourism in Alberta c.1960. Show off your vintage Alberta style wherever your adventures take you!

SPRING PACKAGE

Dig into gardening with this customized gift pack from the Provincial Archives of Alberta! It includes two types of heirloom seeds and a water bottle featuring artwork created by the Dominion Scientific Temperance Committee (PR1974.0001.0400a.0001).

The Bountiful bean has a Canadian heritage! In 1897, Abel Steele from Ferguson, Ontario won a prize for naming this newly-introduced variety. This bush is touted for its hardiness and each plant produces 6" to 7" long stringless pods.

The Italian heirloom zucchini is perfect in small gardens. It produces large numbers of beautiful fruits that are dark green with light green stripes and can be used for slicing, frying, and steaming. This is also a great variety for freezing and canning.

STABILO MARKING PENCIL - Black

The All-Stabilo pencil makes marks on virtually any surface. The water-soluble pencil features a soft, waxy lead that makes dense, legible marks on paper, glass, metal, photos and film. The pencil lead can be wiped off smooth surfaces with a damp cloth and is easily erased from paper.

STABILO MARKING PENCIL - White

The All-Stabilo pencil makes marks on virtually any surface. The water-soluble pencil features a soft, waxy lead that makes dense, legible marks on paper, glass, metal, photos and film. The pencil lead can be wiped off smooth surfaces with a damp cloth and is easily erased from paper.

STILL BIRTH (DIGITAL)

The Provincial Archives of Alberta provides access to stillbirth records that are 75 years or older (from the date of stillbirth). A stillbirth record may consist of a birth registration, a death registration, and a medical certificate.

Select the number of registrations you want to receive.

STILL BIRTH (PHOTOCOPY)

The Provincial Archives of Alberta provides access to stillbirth records that are 75 years or older (from the date of stillbirth). A stillbirth record may consist of a birth registration, a death registration, and a medical certificate.

Select the number of registrations you want to receive.

T-SHIRTS - WHATS WRONG WITH COMIC BOOKS?, Black, Small

Take home a t-shirt displaying art from the holdings of the Provincial Archives of Alberta. 100% cotton and comes in a variety of sizes.

T-SHIRTS - WHATS WRONG WITH COMIC BOOKS?, Grey, Small

Take home a t-shirt displaying art from the holdings of the Provincial Archives of Alberta. 100% cotton and comes in a variety of sizes.

T-SHIRTS - WHATS WRONG WITH COMIC BOOKS?, White, Small

Take home a t-shirt displaying art from the holdings of the Provincial Archives of Alberta. 100% cotton and comes in a variety of sizes.

TEA AND MUG PACKAGE - PRAIRIE ROYALTY EXHIBIT

Feel like Prairie Royalty while sipping tea which was inspired by Alberta s very own beauty pageants. Choose between two teas featuring Prairie Royalty beauty queens and sip it out of a one-of-a-kind Reading Room mug! Blended right here in Alberta, these delectable teas will have you feeling like a princess in your own right.  

 

Alberta Honey Princess Tea: lavender honey black tea

Miss Grey Cup 1976 Tea: rooibos Earl Grey (decaffeinated) tea

 

*Once you place your order you will be contacted to choose your type of tea.

TEA TOWEL – CITADEL THEATRE COSTUME SKETCH, ELIZA

This classic white cotton tea towel is adorned with an image of a beautiful costume sketch by Phillip Silver for the Citadel Theatre production of Pygmalion (PR1978.0209.0002). Featuring a full colour image of this unique costume design, this machine washable tea towel is sure to brighten up your kitchen! Each of these unique tea towels is made in Vancouver, British Columbia.

TEA TOWEL – CITADEL THEATRE COSTUME SKETCH, MRS. HIGGINS

This classic white cotton tea towel is adorned with an image of a beautiful costume sketch by Phillip Silver for the Citadel Theatre production of Pygmalion (PR1978.0209.0003). Featuring a full colour image of this unique costume design, this machine washable tea towel is sure to brighten up your kitchen! Each of these unique tea towels is made in Vancouver, British Columbia.

TEA TOWEL – GIN PILLS

This classic white cotton tea towel is adorned with an image of a common miracle cure featured in newspapers during the 1918 Spanish Flu. Gin Pills promised to cure a large variety of ailments from the flu to backaches to kidney problems. This advertisement was taken from a February 1920 edition of the Edmonton Journal newspaper. The towel is machine washable and is sure to bring some humour to your kitchen! Each of these unique tea towels is made in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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