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Albert Henry Ellison collection
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- Ellison, Albert Henry
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ca. 5400 photographs
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Name of creator
Albert Henry Ellison, 1916-2008, was a geologist in Calgary, Alberta, employed by Hudson's Bay Oil and Gas and Royalite. He was married first to Margaret Burns and later to Shirley. Later he taught at SAIT for 20 years. He was an avid amateur photographer. Ellison retired to Brampton, Ontario.
Scope and content
The collection consists of slides of Calgary, including the Royal Train (1939), Calgary Highlanders, Calgary Exhibition and Stampede, buildings, street scenes, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, St. Andrew's district, the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) station, Calgary Tower, and Chinatown; and views of the Banff Springs Hotel; slides for geology courses at SAIT, including "Color Slides of Canadian Geology" for Alberta Society of Petroleum Geologists.
Immediate source of acquisition
Gift of A.H. Ellison, 1984-1999.
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- The material is in English.
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Record No. S 94<br><br>
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- Ellison, Albert Henry (Subject)