Item PR1931 - Autochrome image of North Saskatchewan River

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Autochrome image of North Saskatchewan River

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    • [ca. 1914] (Creation)

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    1 photograph

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        Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Item is an autochrome image of the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton, Alberta, including the High Level and Walterdale bridges. A Diascope for viewing autochromes was also donated.

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        The autochrome is a 5 x7 inch colour glass plate transparency displayed in a Diascope case. The Diascope is an apparatus used for viewing autochromes.

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