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GREETING CARDS PACKAGE: ONLINE SALE

An assortment of 4 greeting cards and 2 post cards featuring stunning archival photographs from the Provincial Archives of Alberta's collection.

PAPER, ACID-FREE, LEGAL

This Archival quality acid-free paper is perfect for printing and writing on. Each package contains 500 unbuffered pages.

POSTER: EDMONTON MAP 1882

This map of Edmonton featuring the river valley and young structures, including the location of the Hudson Bay Company, is from 1882.

 

 

POSTER: EDMONTON RIVER VALLEY AUTOCHROME 1914

When people think of the archives collection, many do not think of colour. This autochrome image of the Edmonton River Valley in 1914, gives a pop of colour to Edmonton s past. (GR2004.0900/0001)

 

POSTER: 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.

 

 

POSTER: YOU CAN'T IGNORE THE RAT

This iconic advertisement was released by the Alberta Department of Public Health promoting keeping Alberta rat free in 1948. (A17202b)

 

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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