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            Everitt family fonds
            PR3338 · Fonds · 1862-1946

            The fonds consists of photographs depicting identified members of the Everitt family from several generations in England and Canada, family road trips through Alberta, cartes-de-visite of family members and family friends, Madeline's salon, and the British King and Queen's visit to Edmonton in 1939. The fonds also includes personal journals and notebooks.

            Everitt, James and Alice
            PR3235 · Fonds · [1945]-1951

            Fonds consists of negative photographs taken in locations across Alberta including Stettler, Edmonton, Calgary, and Buffalo Lake and depict road trips, urban and natural landscapes, military installations, Queen Elizabeth's 1951 visit to Alberta, and Layton family members and friends.

            Layton, Fraser and Margaret
            PR1873 · Collection · 1989-2002

            The collection consists of the assignments, specifically photographs and negatives, created by first and second year students in the Photographic Technology Program at NAIT; assignment topics included: “Documenting Edmonton” (choice of one of four: Chinatown, Little Italy, 118th Avenue between 82nd and 97th Streets, or Fort Road between the Yellowhead Trail and the Londonderry Inn) (1989); “Documenting Edmonton” (choice of one of four: Whyte Avenue from 103rd to 109th Streets, Calder area - 127 Avenue from 97th to 127th Streets, 118th Avenue and Kingsway Avenue (Kingsway Garden Mall) west to 124th Street, or 124th Street from Jasper Avenue to 111th Avenue) (1993); “Documenting Edmonton” (Jasper Avenue) (1996); “Documenting Edmonton” (Social Strata) (1997); “Women at Work in Edmonton in the 1990s” (1998); “Car Culture” (exhibited at Café La Gare) (1999); “The Human Imprint” (showing man’s affect on the environment) (2000); “Like Linda [McCartney]: Performers through the lens of NAIT photography students” (exhibited as part of the Sixties exhibit at the Provincial Museum of Alberta) (2001); and “Poverty in the Land of Plenty” (2002).

            NAIT Photographic Technology Program students