File consists of photographs of the Princess Diana tribute gathered at the front of the Victor Post Photography studio. Also included are videocassettes with television specials on the death of Princess Diana. Victor Post is included on the interviews, labelled "Death of Princess Diana", CBC News magazine. LOOK THRU IT AND IF DIFFERENT THEN MAY NEED TO FIND ANOTHER PLACE FOR THE VIDEOS
File consists of Victor Post's certificates for community service, from such places as the 1979 Alberta Summer Games, Edmonton Space and Science Centre, Alberta 4-H, and Village Tree Mall Merchants Association.
File consists of records relevant to Victor's Post tenure as Board of Trustee for the National Gallery of Canada from 1992 - 1995. File also consists of records relevant to Victor Post's association with the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography (CMCP), an affiliate of the National Gallery of Canada. Included are such items as correspondence with MP Van de Walle, membership card, framed certificate of appointment, general information folder for meeting of Trustees, gallery examination report, memos, invitations, flight itineraries and tickets, gift cards, letter of appointment to board, and reimbursement letters for expenses. There are also photographs of the Board of Directors and Ottawa Parliament area. Also included is an exhibition book, "George Steeves: 1979-1993", published by the CMCP.
Series consists of predominately photographs taken by Victor Post of people he knew over the course of his personal and professional life. Photographs predominately cover significant well known figures, but also some unidentified people. The photographs do not seem to a part of any obvious commission work done by Post.
File consists of photographs of Peter Elzinga, a former executive director of the Progressive Conservative Party in Alberta, a former Member of Parliament in the Canadian House of Commons, and also a former Member of Legislative Assembly and cabinet minister in Alberta. Photographs consist of portraits and family shots.
File consists of photographs of Joe Clark, the 16th Prime Minister of Canada. Photographs predominately consist of Joe Clark at a rally. Also included is one photograph of Joe Clark talking with some people in a room. The photographs of the rally also include Neil Crawford, former executive assistant to Prime Minister John Diefenbaker and Member of Legislative Assembly of Alberta.