Special Exhibit: Photographic Memory
The Alberta Heritage Survey is a collection of data and photographs documenting over 100,000 historic resources across the province. The database is still growing, and is accessible online via HeRMIS, the Heritage Resources Management Information System: Heritage Survey on HeRMIS. Perhaps the most compelling aspect of the Heritage Survey is the thousands of images that have been taken for it since 1968. This column will feature stories about images that are being added to HeRMIS, and the sites they illustrate, so check back for updates. Meanwhile, you can take in an exhibit that features the Heritage Survey photo collection, Photographic Memory, at the Provincial Archives of Alberta until December 2011. (Click on the image below for more information.)
The PAA is located at 8555 Roper Road, in Edmonton. Map Driving Directions
Phone: (780) 427-1750 Reading Room Phone: (780) 427-1056 (Toll Free: First dial 310-0000, then dial the full ten-digit phone number of the office you wish to reach.)
Please Note: The Heritage Survey exhibit can be viewed during regular open hours, Tuesday through Friday from 9 am to 4:30 pm, and until 9 pm on Wednesdays. It will be up until the end of January. Please note that the Provincial Archives of Alberta will be closed December 26-28, 2011.
Written by: Dorothy Field, Heritage Survey Program Coordinator
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This is very interesting…. but I don’t see the dates / hours for the exhibit, or end date. Any more details available?
Thank you for pointing out the omission of key information. We have updated the post – please check it out.