This series contains photographs of City facilities, events such as Klondike Days, City Commissioners and members of Council, and photos relating to Edmonton's participation in Expo '67.
Indigenous dancers performing at the Paul Kane dinner held at Fort Edmonton; the dancers are wearing traditional costume, and dinner guests are seated at tables set against the walls of the room.
This image presents the last members of the Commission Board before it was dissolved in 1984. Commissioners were executives of the City government who oversaw operations in a number of departments to assist the Mayor (who usually oversaw the Financial Dept). In 1984 the Commissioners were transitioned into the City Manager's Office and Deputy City Managers except for Thomas Adams, who retired.
Names: Walker, Phil H.; Adams, Thomas E.; Purves, Cec; Dietze, Sig; Lychak, Douglas A.
Image includes moat, drawbridge, and entrance through stockade.
Image includes barn and silo, chicken coop and bridge.
Image includes tiger shark model with aquarium, Noah's Ark model, and train station.
Image includes deer in deer hut area, bird house and elevated monkey houses.
Image includes barn and silo, chicken coop, miniature storyland houses and elevated monkey houses.
Image includes elevated monkey houses and bird house.
Postcard of Edmonton's City New City Hall, which officially opened May 31st, 1957. The administrative centre of Canada's fastest growing city.