moonshot5:

framingcanada:

Students and teachers from Edmonton’s first school
Edmonton, Alberta, ca. 1896
Photographer: unknown
C-003862
Source


 

(via noturaveragesavage)

wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 6 | colour in edmo | submission
submitted by brittney le blancthanks for colouring in edmo!the building…
is the a. macdonald building (10128-105 ave).
was built in 1913-14.
was named for alexander macdonald. he was the president of the a. macdonald company of winnipeg.
was the edmonton branch became one of the three largest grocery suppliers in northern Alberta.
has been designated as a municipal historic resource.
is now home to private apartment.
information courtesy of edmonton historical board
wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 6 | colour in edmo | submission
submitted by brittney le blancthanks for colouring in edmo!the building…
is the a. macdonald building (10128-105 ave).
was built in 1913-14.
was named for alexander macdonald. he was the president of the a. macdonald company of winnipeg.
was the edmonton branch became one of the three largest grocery suppliers in northern Alberta.
has been designated as a municipal historic resource.
is now home to private apartment.
information courtesy of edmonton historical board
wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 6 | colour in edmo | submission
submitted by brittney le blancthanks for colouring in edmo!the building…
is the a. macdonald building (10128-105 ave).
was built in 1913-14.
was named for alexander macdonald. he was the president of the a. macdonald company of winnipeg.
was the edmonton branch became one of the three largest grocery suppliers in northern Alberta.
has been designated as a municipal historic resource.
is now home to private apartment.
information courtesy of edmonton historical board

wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 6 | colour in edmo | submission

submitted by brittney le blanc
thanks for colouring in edmo!

the building…

  • is the a. macdonald building (10128-105 ave).
  • was built in 1913-14.
  • was named for alexander macdonald. he was the president of the a. macdonald company of winnipeg.
  • was the edmonton branch became one of the three largest grocery suppliers in northern Alberta.
  • has been designated as a municipal historic resource.
  • is now home to private apartment.

information courtesy of edmonton historical board

Judy Jamison holds sign for Easter tidings, Edmonton, April 14, 1949

Judy Jamison holds sign for Easter tidings, Edmonton, April 14, 1949

fuckyeahhighlevelbridge:

Illustrated view of the High Level Bridge in Edmonton, Alberta including a train and a street car crossing the bridge and the Saskatchewan River underneath.

via the U of A’s Prairie Postcards Collection

Fuck light the bridge
Friends at Clover Bar Bridge, Edmonton, 1929
Bulletin reporter John McLean with illegally obtained whisky, Edmonton, 1949

Bulletin reporter John McLean with illegally obtained whisky, Edmonton, 1949

When Kathleen Andrews became Edmonton’s first female bus driver in 1975, there were no female bathrooms in the bus depots and no radios on any of the buses.

So Andrews carried a dime in her pocket for emergency calls in phone booths, used the male manager’s private bathroom and picked up the tradition of waving to other passing bus drivers as a signal she was safe.

She faced drunken louts trying to pick her up, male colleagues who questioned her ability to drive and passengers who refused to get onto her bus because she was a woman driver. But Andrews stuck it out behind the steering wheel for three years before moving up the ranks, becoming a pioneer at Edmonton Transit Services while working to bring in a stable income for her two children.”

betweenmindandspace:

107th Street at 102nd Ave.
Edmonton, AB. April 12th, 2014
betweenmindandspace:

107th Street at 102nd Ave.
Edmonton, AB. April 12th, 2014

betweenmindandspace:

107th Street at 102nd Ave.

Edmonton, AB. April 12th, 2014

caydenstoddart:

A series of photo’s I shot this winter showcasing the archaic yet fascinating ceiling architecture of the world’s largest mall.
caydenstoddart:

A series of photo’s I shot this winter showcasing the archaic yet fascinating ceiling architecture of the world’s largest mall.
caydenstoddart:

A series of photo’s I shot this winter showcasing the archaic yet fascinating ceiling architecture of the world’s largest mall.
caydenstoddart:

A series of photo’s I shot this winter showcasing the archaic yet fascinating ceiling architecture of the world’s largest mall.

caydenstoddart:

A series of photo’s I shot this winter showcasing the archaic yet fascinating ceiling architecture of the world’s largest mall.

bevansauks:

Still waiting on spring… #ualberta #yeg #latergram (at Rutherford Library)