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Canadian History Roundup – Week of November 5, 2017

World War Two poster featuring a woman in a military uniform, standing in front of a line of airmen. There are four planes flying overhead, three in the distance, and one closer. The poster reads: "She serves that men may fly : Enlist today in the R.C.A.F."

Harris, Ted. “She serves that men may fly: Enlist today in the R.C.A.F.” McGill Library Digital Collections Rare Books and Special Collections. WP2.R28.F5

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of October 8, 2017

A woman wearing warm clothing, leans against a tree. She looks off into the distance, surveying a forest in the foreground and the Rocky Mountains in the background. The photo was taken in Banff National Park.

Gibbons, W. “Woman admiring autumn scene, Banff National Park, Alberta.” 1951. National Film Board of Canada. Library and Archives Canada. 4292835. Copyright expired.

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of August 20, August 27, and September 3, 2017

Hostesses from different countries posing for a group photo at Expo 67

Hostesses from different countries posing for a group photo at Expo 67. Library and Archives Canada, e000990931. CC BY 2.0

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of August 13, 2017

Image of a woman holding a basket of apples while standing in an orchard.

Red Star Line. Southampton-Canada via Cherbourg. Poster advertising travel between the US and Canada by ship. 1936. Sterne Stevens. Marc Choko Collection. Library and Archives Canada, e010780453. CC BY 2.0

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of July 30, 2017

Two young women in front of flags at Place des Nations, Expo 67, on opening day.

Two young women in front of flags at Place des Nations, Expo 67, on opening day. April 27m 1967. Library and Archives Canada. 3198220

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of July 9, 2017

Canadian history roundup July 9, 2017

Family enjoying a meal at the beach, seated around a fire, British Columbia. Photo by Gar Lunney, 1969. National Film Board of Canada. Library and Archives Canada. 4301659 Copyright expired.

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of April 30, 2017

Canadian History Roundup April 30, 2017

Paul Louch, “Bermuda – Trans-Canada Airlines,” 1958. Library and Archives Canada, R1300-1135. Copyright Expired

 

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of April 9, 2017

 

Canadian History Roundup April 9, 2017

Bob Tripple, “Women on Sky Glider chair lift,” (1971), Pacific National Exhibition fonds, AM281-S8-: CVA 180-6891. CC by 2.0

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of February 5, 2017

"Valentine Greetings to a Good Little Boy I Know," Greeting card, Valentine, 1900-1960, 20th century (Source: McCord Museum)

“Valentine Greetings to a Good Little Boy I Know,” Greeting card, Valentine,
1900-1960, 20th century (Source: McCord Museum)

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of January 22, 2017

A poster advertising the film “Northern Patrol,” features Kirby Grant as a Mountie rescuing a damsel in distress, aided by his faithful dog Chinook, 1953. Library and Archives Canada, e010779201. CC by 2.0

A poster advertising the film “Northern Patrol,” features Kirby Grant as a Mountie rescuing a damsel in distress, aided by his faithful dog Chinook, 1953. Library and Archives Canada, e010779201. CC by 2.0

 

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