File consists of the official itinerary and the media itinerary for the royal visit by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother to Canada from July 12 - 19, 1985. Also included is the invitation card inviting Victor Post to the reception for members of the media on July 16, 1985.
File consists of one magazine, Canadian Living: The Family Magazine, Nov. 4, 1985, and one exhibition catalogue, 90 Memorable Years: An Exhibition on the life and work of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. The magazine has an article about the Queen Mother's royal visit, entitled "The Queen Mother's Magic", which includes four photographs by Victor Post. Three of the original prints of these photographs are also included in this file. The exhibition catalogue is for the Guildhall Windsor exhibition held in August of 1990, commemorating 90 years of the Queen Mother. The catalogue credits Victor Post Photography with lending items for the collection at the exhibit.
File consists of photographs of the official arrival of The Duke and Duchess of York to the Alberta Legislature grounds in Edmonton. The Duke and Duchess are greeted by Premier Don Getty and Mrs. Getty, and other dignitaries.
File consists of photographs of the luncheon for The Duke and Duchess in Medicine Hat, Alberta, hosted by the Medicine Hat Stampede And Exhibition Co. at the Patterson Armoury, and photographs of the official opening of the Medicine Hat Stampede.
File consists of photographs of The Duke and Duchess of York officially opening and touring the Interpretive Centre at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site, which is northwest of Fort Macleod, Alberta.
File consists of photographs of The Duke and Duchess of York during their tour of Fort Edmonton Park in period costume. The Duke and Duchess are greeted by Mayor Laurence Decore and his wife Anne Marie Fedoruk.
File consists of photographs of the dinner hosted by the Government of Alberta at the Westin Hotel in Edmonton for The Duke and Duchess of York. The Duke and Duchess are greeted by Lieutenant Governor Helen Hunley, Premier Don Getty, Mrs. Getty, and other dignitaries.