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Wop May memorial flight

File consists of photographs of the Wop May memorial flight airshow, organized by the Edmonton Flying Club. Wop May was a Canadian flying ace, post-war aviator, and first president of the Edmonton Flying Club. The photographs depict the crowd at the airshow and the planes. One of the identified planes used at the show was the CF - AAE Fleet Finch. Also included is an office memo from the Edmonton Flying Club that outlines the sequence of events for the memorial and an itinerary with guest names for the departure ceremonies of the planes for the memorial.

Xaviera Hollander

File consists of photographs of Xaviera Hollander speaking in front of a couple of classrooms at the University of Alberta. Also included are some portraits of Hollander as she poses for the camera. Hollander is a former call girl, madam, and memoirist.

Yearbooks and student directory

File consists of yearbooks ranging from Victor Post's grade 7 to grade 12 years. Also included is the 1972 - 1973 student directory from the University of Alberta.


File consists of photographs taken during Victor Post's trip to the Yukon. Photographs predominately cover scenery and some local buildings. Some of the labelled places include a Native village in Whitehorse, Old Dawson Trail, Otter Falls, Miles Canyon, Champagne, Haines Junction, Emerald Lake, Old Dawson Trail, Lake Laberge, Grey Mountain, and near Skagway, Alaska.
The oversize prints depict the village of Carcross, Yukon, also known as Caribou Crossing. These photographs show a lake, houses, local stores and a steamboat in the foreground with mountains in the background. One of the identified stores is Matthew Watson General Store.

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