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Scott Lilwall

Writer, The Pulse


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A clipping from July 29, 1950 depicting how the Army and Navy department store was opening on Whyte Avenue.
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A moment in history: July 29, 1950

On this day in 1950, the Army and Navy department store was opening on Whyte Avenue.

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A newspaper clipping with the headline "Canadian music high on '67 plans"
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A moment in history: July 22, 1965

On this day in 1965, Edmonton's public library was building a music collection for its soon-to-be-built new downtown building, we find in our latest vignette suggested by Vintage Edmonton.

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A moment in history: July 15, 1919
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A moment in history: July 15, 1919

On this day in 1919, the city commissioner suggested turning part of the Rice Street Fish Market into public gardens.

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A moment in history: July 8, 1953
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A moment in history: July 8, 1953

On this day in 1953, the screen at the Sky Vue Drive-In theatre flickered to life for the first time.

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A moment in history: June 30, 1931
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A moment in history: June 30, 1931

On this day in 1931, the Edmonton Museum of Arts was closing due to major renovations.

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A moment in history: June 24, 1909
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A moment in history: June 24, 1909

On this day in 1909, the King Edward Hotel was destined for expansion.

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A clipping from June 17, 1928 depicting how Whyte Avenue was undergoing a boom in business.
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A moment in history: June 17, 1948

On this day in 1948, Whyte Avenue was undergoing a business boom.

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A newspaper clipping about Big Island.
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A moment in history: June 10, 1967

On this day in 1967, the City of Edmonton was mulling over the purchase of Big Island.

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A moment in history: June 3, 1969
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A moment in history: June 3, 1969

On this day in 1969, an Edmonton pharmacologist was calling on the province to change how it dealt with drug users.

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