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Cross Canada road trip and Expo '67

Item is an amateur film containing footage of the George W. Goold family vacation in the summer of 1967. Includes footage of the family at the following attractions: Yoho National Park; International Bridge in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario; the “Big Nickel” in Sudbury, Ontario; industrial plants in Ontario; Parliament Hill in Ottawa and the changing of the ceremonial guard, National War Memorial and Samuel de Champlain statue; Ottawa River; Chateau Laurier; Chateau Frontenac and Citadelle Aerien; St. Lawrence River valley; and Expo ’67 in Montreal, including views of the fair grounds and many of the buildings; Niagara Falls; Badlands National Park and Mount Rushmore, South Dakota; Old Faithful and hot springs in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; and an unidentified lakeside resort, possibly in the interior of British Columbia. Film also contains some footage at the end showing George Goold putting up the Christmas lights at 1138 Balfour Avenue and the children riding their bikes.

"Palma" Canada, Ottawa, 1907

Item is a postcard printed with a portrait of a group of men in military-style uniforms. The men may be members of the Canadian team that competed in the 1907 Palma Trophy shooting competion. The verso of the postcard bears a stamp reading "Return to Major J.S. Matthews, Kitsilano Beach, Vancouver, B.C."

Hull from Ottawa

Item is a photograph taken from the Ottawa side of the Rideau River, showing both sides of the river and the Parliament Buildings.

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