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  • The action, condition, or cultural concept of visiting different cities, countries or regions, especially distant or unfamiliar places, whether by necessity or for pleasure or education. One common purpose of travel is to see different sights and acquaint oneself with cultures different from one's own.

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  • UF Travelling
  • UF Travelled

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[Man Leads Two Women on Camels]

Item consists of a toned black and white photograph of a man leading two women on camels. The women appear to be tourists. They are both older women in hats, gloves and glasses. They appear to be tourists, sitting atop camels that have ornamental blankets on their backs. The man leading the camels is wearing a long white robe, has a beard and a turban. They appear to be in the desert. There is a 0.5 cm white border surrounding the image. On the back of the photograph is handwritten in pen "Miss Livingstone & H."

Faculty of Arts posters

The file contains o/s posters, as follows :

  • The Role of Liberal Studies conference, 1986 : Career eduction for the 1990s, 1986

  • Ryerson in Europe - Credit Courses, 1993

  • Celebrating Authors event, 2012 ; See also folder RG 71.40. Poster created to advertise the Faculty of Arts Celebrating authors event to honour their faculty as authors. The March 2012 event was the first and was held at The Arts and Letters Club on Elm Street.

  • Jack Layton Lecture, 2012 - The inaugural and annual event created after Jack Layton had died in 2012. (Formerly RG 7.76.)

  • Recollecting the Nineteenth-Century Museum, 2015

Southsea album

Black cover bound with black string; "Photographs" embossed in gold. Notations in white and gold ink on black pages.

Sites include: Clarence Pier, the War Memorial, Portsmouth Town Hall, Town Hall Square, Southampton Waters, Ryde Harbour, Seaview at the Isle of Wight, the English Channel.

Themes include tourist snapshots, portraits, ships and boats.

[B.C. Lake]

Semi-gloss print with white border depicting a mountainous landscape with forest and lake. There is a path around the lake with figures on it. A parkin glot is also visible through the trees.Verso red ink stamp, bottom right: "Enlargement by Eastman Photographic Materials Ltd. Vancouver, B.C." Cardboard support (not attached to photo) reads "Just a B.C. Lake. no significance."

England album

Textured, decorative print album bound by red braid string. Black pages with photos glued in and with photo corners. White labels with handwritten notations in blue ink. Includes newspaper clippings and handpainted photogrpahs.
Photographs are family snapshots taken in the 1930s, mostly all labeled, taken around different locations in England and Canada. It briefly describes a family's move from England to Toronto.

Albert Kahn Inc., Architects and Engineers

Europe album

Black cover, embossed gold letters ("Photographs"). Bound with black string. Photographs mounted with glue. Black pages. Notations in white ink. "The All Black Album" manufactured by Johnson, London. No dates.

Locations include: Lisbon, Setubal, Portugal; Genoa, Spezia, Carara, Leghorn (in Italian - Livorno), Pisa, Italy; Marseilles, France.

Themes include: cargo loading and unloading at docks, market, tourist sightseeing, street views, scenic views.

Text Accompaniments to Stereocards published by Underwood & Underwood

Volumes list all the stereocards in a series and then describe each card, including the significance of the depiction. Certain volumes are accompanied by maps and plans.
Real Children in Many Lands
Italy: Through the Stereoscope
Norway: Through the Stereoscope
Russia: Through the Stereoscope
The United States: Through the Stereoscope
Traveling in the Holy Land: Through the Stereoscope(Have 3 of this title)
Palestine: Through the Stereoscope
Jerusalem: Through the Stereoscope
Part I - A Trip to Jerusalem: Through the Stereoscope