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          Corrine Hulburd fonds
          PR1068 · Fonds · 1905-1955

          Fonds consists of scrapbooks containing poems, newspaper clippings and magazine articles by and about various celebrities, musicians, and political figures. Fonds also includes photograph albums containing black and white and coloured photographs of Seattle, United States of America, Waterloo, Quebec and Mexico, as well as to Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia and various places in Alberta including Peace River, Athabasca, South Cooking Lake and Edmonton. A large portion of the photographs depicts houses, streets and building interiors in Edmonton, Alberta, but there are also photographs which depict log cabins, ships and boats, women, children, beaches, picnics and other recreational activities, gardens and flowers, bridges, churches, airplanes and float planes, automobiles, hospital, university and civic buildings, street views, parades, members of the North West Mounted Police (NWMP), a golf course, schools, sawmills, railroads, hotels, and members of the Royal family. Fonds also includes pictorial souvenir booklets of Banff and Calgary, Alberta, and photographic and mechanically produced postcards.

          Hulburd, Corrine
          Bert Silverman fonds
          PR2189 · Fonds · 1919-[1939]

          The fonds consists of 34 views of the Royal Visit of the Prince of Wales dating from 1919; 5 views of the Royal Visit of King George in 1939; 79 views of Edmonton dating from 1920 - [1923]; 9 views of Banff and Lake Louise dating from the 1920's; 31 views of Nova Scotia, British Columbia, and Mexico dating from the 1920's and 1930's; and 36 views of buildings, airplanes, and lumber camps from Alberta dating from the 1920's to the 1930's.

          Silverman, Bert