Jan 10, 2022
Heritage Hall at SAIT in Calgary, Alberta
Built between 1921 to 1922, Heritage Hall at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary, Alberta is a prime example of Collegiate Gothic architecture and the province's early development and expansion in post-secondary education. Originally known as the Provincial Institute of Technology Building, the school was established to help retrain World War I veterans and provide specialized technical training for Alberta's growing industries. Today, Heritage Hall is the central structure on the SAIT campus and a National Historic Site of Canada.
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Catalogue: Alberta , Alberta Travel Photographer , Around Alberta Series , Calgary , Canada Series , Images , National Historic Site of Canada , Photography , Roadside Attractions , Student Life , University , World War
Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
Nov 10, 2021
World War II Memorial in Washington DC
Opened and dedicated in 2004, the World War II Memorial in Washington DC is located prominently on the National Mall. Complete with a reflecting pool, 56 pillars representing the states and territories of the United States, and two arches representing the Atlantic and Pacific theaters, the World War II Memorial is dedicated to all of the Americans who served.
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Catalogue: Images , Middle America Series , Northeast USA 2019 , Photography , Roadside Attractions , Washington DC , World War
Location: Washington, DC, USA
Nov 9, 2021
National World War II Museum in New Orleans
From former military equipment to vintage papers and artifacts to video and art installations, the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana provides an in-depth exploration of how WWII unfolded through a variety of American perspectives. These images provide a glimpse inside this impressively thorough museum in downtown New Orleans.
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Catalogue: Images , Louisiana , Middle America Series , Museum , New Orleans , Photography , Planes , World War
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