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Miscellaneous album

Item consists of an album that is beige with a linear, green, geometric design and brown tape along the spine. It is held together with black string. Pages are green. Photographs are loose. Other loose accompanying material includes ink, pencil and colour sketches, various postcards.

Most photographs are from Toronto, Ontario. 1 photograph shows the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir at the Peace Festival in 1919. There is a publication with a Plan of York Minster Sh3wing the Architectural Styles from 1931. 1 photograph of Sir Geo Scott Roberston, M.P.

Locations include: Hamilton, Ontario; New York City, New York; Boston Massachusetts; Bradford, England; York, England; and Yorkshire, England.

Dates include: 1906, 1907, 1908, 1912, 1926, 1931.

postcards with portrait of Lenin in autumn

postcards bearing a reproduction of a painting of Lenin, who is shown standing by a lake in autumn. The rest of the recto is grey and also reads "1917". Recto is white and bears some small Russian text.

Semenov, B.

various postcards with Lenin's image

Postcards bearing various images of Lenin on the recto, accompanied sometimes by Russian text. Blank verso except for some small Russian text. One card depicts Lenin as a child and reads: Volodya Ulyanov four years old. Another depicts him as an adolescent and reads: Volodya Ulyanov - gymnasium (meaning high school) pupil. A postcard celebrates the holiday of Great October. A postcard reads: Forward with Communism!

folder of Lenin photographic postcards

package of postcards bearing photographic reproductions of scenes from Lenin's leadership. Each has crest with hammer and sickle and small Russian and English text on verso. All photographs are from 1919 and 1920.

Khramtsova, G.

Portrait of four women

Item is a photograph of four young women mounted on a postcard backing. The image is a full-length portrait, wiht three women in white blouses and dark, plain wrap-style skirts (the one at the far right has buttons decorating the seam) and the youngest in a sailor style dress. On verso, in black ink, "POST CARD/ BRITISH MADE" and a line dividing two sections for "Correspondence" and "Address". At the far left, printed sideways, "Kestin Photographer Skipton".

Kestin Photographer

Postcard with portrait of two women and a man

Item is a photograph of two seated women in white blouses and plain, dark skirts. The one on the right has a wrap skirt with buttons at the seam near the waistband and holds a book loosely in her right hand. A young man stands between them, wearing a suit and tie of a dark colour. On verso, printed in black ink, "POST CARD/ CORRESPONDENCE/ ADDRESS ONLY".

Portrait of a man and woman in outdoor coats in front of a landscape backdrop

Item is a photograph with a white border area. Depicts a man and woman wearing heavy overcoats and hats, the woman wearing gloves posed in front of a painted landscape backdrop with trees and leaves. Embossed into photo at lower right, "J. W. Smith,/ SILSDEN." On verso, printed in black ink, "POST CARD/ CORRESPONDENCE/ ADDRESS ONLY".

The Last Supper (Lenticular post card)

Item is a postcard reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper painting made with the Xograph three-dimensional printing process, a proprietary lenticular process in which parallel strips create the illusion of three dimensions when looking at the image from different angles. This card is part of the 3-D Collector Series published by the Manhattan Post Card Publishing Co.

Manhattan Post Card Publishing Company

Pool prize (Lenticular post card)

Item is a postcard depicting a woman exiting a pool, created with the Xograph three-dimensional printing process, a proprietary lenticular process in which parallel strips create the illusion of three dimensions when looking at the image from different angles. This card is part of the 3-D Collector Series published by the Manhattan Post Card Publishing Co.

Manhattan Post Card Publishing Company

Career Centre promotional records

This file contains brochures, booklets, bookmarks, flyers, postcards, posters promoting the Centre's services and career/job fairs with employers available to full-time student graduates, continuing education graduates, and alumni.

Career Centre