Our flagship site:
A private collection of street literature held in Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada. It comprises a wide range of types, from street ballads
through chapbooks and tracts to valentines, mostly
from late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Britain.
A website featuring a variety of forms of decadent literature that appeared in America 1890 to 1950.
This digital archive presents an array of magazines that were printed in Canada between 1873 and 1977. Rather than laying claim to being a comprehensive collection, this site endeavours to represent the broad spectrum of periodicals that were circulating among readers over the course of a century.
A growing archive whose purpose is to provide a record of the activist scene in Edmonton and preserve the literature produced for other activists, scholars, and interested persons.
A new and growing archive of Eritrean print and oral culture in Edmonton, Canada. On this site, you'll find images and notes from a wide variety of texts and artifacts which form a part of Eritrean culture -- including traditional folktales, fiction, autobiography, historical writing, periodicals, and traditional ceremonies.
A site documenting a variety of scrapbooks on a variety of topics throughout the last 300 years.
A repository of popular British children's literature from
the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
A collection of scrapbooks - from a variety of sources and historical periods - located in Edmonton, Alberta. This digital collection is being been assembled through the Scrapbooking Edmonton 2004 initiative.
Photographs of street art from around the world, including New York, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Edmonton, Düsseldorf, Bologna and London.
An online archive of the programs for theatre productions that have been staged by Edmonton's Mayfield Dinner Theatre.
Text in Transit brings together transitory pieces of popular literature: portable, forgettable, ephemeral and tossable. This site provides a taxonomy of the genres of popular literature, and investigates the unique characteristics of each.
Urban Record is an online archive for printed works relating to hip-hop and electronica music.