File consists of a book published by Universiade '83 Edmonton Corp. that's entitled, Universiade '83: Pictorial Record. The book covers the entire Universiade Games in 1983 and includes photographs taken by Victor Post. Specifically, the photographs of The Prince and Princess of Wales are included. Victor Post Photography is credited as one of the photographers.
File consists of photographs of the scheduled events during the Pope's stay in Edmonton. These events include:
Rising of the Flag of Vatican City at Alberta Legislative Building
Arrival in Edmonton at the Canadian Forces Base Namao
Prayer service at St. Joseph's Basilica
Arrival at and Blessing of Cross at Grey Nuns' Regional Centre
Eucharistic Celebration, Papal Mass
Departure from Edmonton at the Canadian Forces Base Namao The Pope is greeted on arrival by Archbishop Joseph MacNeil, Archdiocese of Edmonton, and other dignitaries, such as Lieutenant Governor Frank Lynch-Staunton and Mrs. Lynch-Staunton, Premier Peter Lougheed and Mrs. Lougheed, and Mayor Laurence Decore and Mrs. Decore.
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 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 visit to Grande Prairie, Alberta by the Duke and Duchess of York. The Duke and Duchess attended the occasion of the 50th anniversary of CFGP Radio Station and a luncheon hosted by Grande Prairie at Crystal Park School.
File consists of negatives and slides of the events and ceremonies that occurred during the Winter Olympic Games, including:
Calgary skyline at day and night
Medal presentations at Olympic plaza
Closing and opening ceremonies
Nakiska venue events
Canada Olympic Park venue events
Hot air balloon races
Downtown Calgary and Olympic Plaza
Pin trade show and food fair
Kodak photographic press centre
Pandas in zoo
Dinner reception hosted by Premier Don Getty on the occasion of the opening of the Olympics. Reception was attended by Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, Alberta Lieutenant Governor Helen Hunley, MP Walter Van de Walle, and Dr. Ruth, who is also photographed with Victor Post
File consists of photographs of the downtown Calgary downtown and Olympic Plaza during the duration of the Olympics. Includes photographs of the Alberta Information Centre, Max Bell Theatre, City Hall, Saddledome, and Olympic mascots Hidy and Howdy.
File consists of photographs of the Nakiska ski resort in the Kananaskis Country region of Alberta. Nakiska hosted ten alpine skiing events and the demonstration event of freestyle moguls skiing during the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.
File consists of photographs of a medal presentation at Olympic Plaza, with bronze medal winner Karen Percy. Karen Percy was a Canadian alpine skier, who won two bronze medals at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.