This series contains annual reports and correspondence relating to the operations of the City Architect and Building Inspector's Department, as well as a general ledger detailing financial information concerning the department.
80 Archival description results for Buildings (PAASH)
The fonds consists of two panorama images of Edmonton including the river valley and the Edmonton skyline from the roof of the Tegler Building.Whelpley, Albert W.
The collection consists of photographs of buildings, street scenes and people of Edmonton.Anonymous
This series contains three architectural drawings showing the proposed civic centre as designed by Morrell & Nichols Architects.
- File 1: Proposed Civic Centre looking south Scheme A
- File 2: Proposed Civic Centre Scheme B
- File 3: Proposed Civic Centre looking north Scheme B
The fonds consists of two photographs of the Bank of Montreal in Edmonton.Bank of Montreal, Edmonton
The collection consists of photographs collected by Barend Wissink, which were originally arranged in a scrapbook. The photographs include scenes of Edmonton and the Northwest Territories.Wissink, Barend
This fonds consists of photographs of Edmonton and Alberta from the late 1800s and early 1900s from various well-known photographers, including Ernest Brown, C.W. Mathers, and others that were collected by the donor. The photographs include images of Legislators visiting towns in southwestern Alberta, as well as street scenes, businesses, and buildings in Edmonton.
The fonds also includes photographs taken by Bryce Van Dusen at his store, Acme Novelty Ltd., and during a tour of Churchill, Manitoba.Van Dusen, Bryce
The fonds consists of an album of Byron-May photographs. Many of the photographs were part of their business, including commissioned images.
The album also includes photographs of the Percy Byron and Gustave May families.
The series consists of Byron-May Company photographs from the Byron-May album. Many were part of their business, including images commissioned by the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce. The photographs include buildings, sports events, agriculture, exhibitions, street and river valley scenes, and military personnel. At the time, these photographs were used to promote Edmonton as an up-and-coming city.
Other commissioned photographs, such as family or home portraits, show not only the growth of the Byron-May Co. and the booming prosperity of Edmontonians at the time, but also reflect the increasing popularity of photography in the early twentieth century.Byron-May Company
"Carter House Final", produced by City of Edmonton Planning Department. This tape documents the move of the Carter Residence and Barn, and is an edited down copy of the raw footage found in file 248.