Cunard White Star Line, Railway Shipping Travel Poster Print. The United States & Canada by LNER
Travel Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote connecting rail and sea services between North America, England and the Continent on the Cunard White Star. The poster shows an illustration of a steam locomotive with an ocean liner in the background. Artwork by an unknown artist. This Poster dates from 1923-1947. This is truly an outstanding quality poster. It is printed on Fuji crystal archive photographic paper and is by no means a flimsy poster. Dimensions…
Cunard Line, To All Parts of the World - Vintage Travel Printable Poster
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Canada as a country was born on July 1st 1867 when five formerly independent provinces joined together into one nation. Canada was born not only out of a need for defense against aggressive America…
1920's government ad encouraging UK women to take domestic jobs in Canada.
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Father and Child in the Wheat Field
Image No: 971-2-C212c-1930-back Title: Cover of Canada West. Date: 1930 Remarks: Pamphlet published by the Canadian Government to promote the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba to prospective immigrants and settlers. The cover features children and a dog running to greet their farmer father, who holds up his arm and a pitchfork in a field of stooks. Subject(s): Emigration and immigration / Immigration literature / Harvesting / Farm life Order this photo from Glenbow…
Canadian Pacific ScenicDome Route Canada 1955
Canadian Pacific ScenicDome Route Canada 1955 | Vintage Travel Posters 1891-1970 | MadMenArt.com | Vintage Ad Art Collection | Copyright see magazine, company or brand stated in title
Gina Starblanket and Dallas Hunt: How Colten Boushie's death became recast as story of a knight protecting his castle
Long before Gerald Stanley’s lawyer argued that ‘for farm people, your yard is your castle,’ Canada’s government used slick advertising to tell settlers the Prairies were theirs for the taking – and left Indigenous people out of the picture