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Old Canadian Photos

#Canadian blasts from the past! We love old Canadian photos.

Two women from Nova Scotia posing in a field, ca. 1900. #vintage #Canada #Edwardian #women #hats

A Granville Street street scene by Jack Lindsey. Vancouver, British Columbia, 1940s. #vintage #Canada #1940s #streets

Three ladies beating the heat in Toronto, c. 1920s. #summer #beach #swimming #vintage #Canada

RCMP officers patrolling with sled dogs, 1957. #vintage #Canada #1950s #RCMP

Fashions at Toronto's Woodbine Racetrack, circa 1925. #1920s #fashion #vintage #Canada

Canadian woman in Mourning, Unmarked Albumen Cabinet Card, Circa 1885.

#Vintage #Canadian #hockey team photography. How great is this?

Assiniboine men near Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta Province, Canada - 1922

1961 CANADA DRY vintage magazine advertisement "The Face Is America" ~ The Face Is America ... The Taste Is Canada Dry -- sparkling Canada Dry low calorie beverages ~ Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 13.5 inches (26.75 cm x 34.25 cm). Condition: This original vintage full-page advertisement is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted.

Scott, Barbara Ann Scott endeared herself to Canadians in winning the 6 Feb 1948 Olympics figure-skating title at St Moritz (courtesy Canada's Sports Hall of Fame).

Softball team, No.1 Naval Air Gunners School (Royal Canadian Navy Schools), Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, 8 September 1943. #vintage #Canada #sports #WW2 #1940s

Members of an Edwardian women's hockey team from Vancouver, B.C., Canada in uniform. #vintage #Edwarian #sports #hockey #Canada

Wagner, Barbara and Paul, Bob, figure skaters Pairs figure skaters Barbara Wagner and Bob Paul defeated the German team to capture Olympic gold at Squaw Valley on 19 Feb 1960. They became the first non-European duo in Olympic history to win the event (courtesy Canada Sports Hall of Fame/ X981.755.1.15).

A young Victorian woman sporting a costume featuring symbols of the British Empire. #Victorian #vintage #Canada #history #women

Description: 1949 CANADA TRAVEL vintage print advertisement "See new places, do new things ... in CANADA""Cross the border into a whole new world of fun. Here in this friendly foreign land ..." Size: The dimensions of the half-page advertisement are approximately 5.5 inches x 14 inches (14cm x 36cm). Condition: This original vintage advertisement is in Very Good Condition unless otherwise noted ().

A group of female TTC employees in uniform, c. early 1940s. #vintage #WW2 #1940s #Toronto #Canada