The collection consists of a copy of "The Alberta Story: an Authentic Report on Alberta's Progress 1935 -- 1952" produced by the Film and Photographic Branch, Department of Economic Affairs and directed by K. Hutchinson.
Alberta. Department of Economic Affairs. Publicity Bureau
The collection consists of nine posters featuring advertisements for commercial products dating from the 1940s such as "Winchester Cigarettes", "Orange Crush", "Five Roses Flour", "Burns Shamrock Cooked Meats", and "Millbank Cigarettes".
This collection contains records pertaining to the annexation attempt of St. Albert by Edmonton between 1979-1981. Records include photographs and materials from anti-annexation events, Local Authorities Board hearing transcripts, and reports and studies on the proposed annexation.
Consists of correspondence and minutes of meetings from the 25th Anniversary Committee; Place of Vision book; records, reports and publications from various campus units documenting how they celebrated the 25th Anniversay events with open houses, awards, projects, concerts, tours, displays, performances and demonstrations. Also includes photographs of the October, 1991 Open House and photograph contact sheets of displays from the Archives and Special Collections.
This collection consists predominantly of photographs of the 2nd Battalion of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (2PPCLI) during the conflict on the Korean Peninsula from its formation on August 7, 1950 to the signing of the Korean Armistice Agreement on July 27, 1953. Includes a few images taken after the war. The 2nd Battalion was the first battalion of the PPCLI to arrive in Korea (December 18, 1950) serving with the 27th and 28th British Commonwealth Infantry Brigades until replaced by the 1st Battalion PPCLI on November 4, 1951.
This collection consists of photographs of the 3rd Battalion of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (3PPCLI) during the conflict on the Korean Peninsula from its formation on November 30, 1950 to its deactivation on January 8, 1954.