Item - PE001561 - Postal souvenirs: [Images of East End, Saskatchewan]

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PE001561 - Postal souvenirs: [Images of East End, Saskatchewan]

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  • [191-?] (Creation)

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Album (29 x 39 cm.) bound by string between brown covers. Contains [ca. 170] b/w photographs and postcards, most of which have been inserted in slits in the album's pages. Three images have been pasted down, one of which has become detached and is loose in the album.

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Although the album does not contain manuscript annotations, many of the postcards possess captions identifying scenes in and around East End, Saskatchewan. The album contains images of the local landscape as well as of individuals captured in a variety of settings, both within the town site and outside its boundaries. The latter category of photographs includes several taken at a dam. There are also a number of images of cowboys and rodeo competitions.

Several of the rodeo postcards contain the date 17 July 1914. Although other images in the album are not explicitly dated, many would appear to be of a similar vintage. Several photographs capture individuals posing in front of a Royal North-west Mounted Police depot. Formed in 1873, the force took on its modern identity as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1920.

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  • English

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Bruce Peel Special Collections is part of the University of Alberta Libraries.

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