Naturally, all of our photographs that do not have restrictions are available to view for free at the Archives for research purposes. However, if you are looking to add a little something extra to your home, consider placing a photo order at the Archives. After inspection by the archivist, for the low cost of $15 (personal and non-commercial use only) we will gladly digitize any non-restricted image and send you a high resolution digital file of the image which you may then take to a print shop of your choosing.
Thinking of taking that extra leap for your business? For an additional commercial use fee of $15 per image, you can order images for your business, bed and breakfast, upcoming PowerPoint presentation, press release, book, historic article, website, calendar, or any other commercial use that you can dream of.
Okay, so how do I search and find these images?
Don’t have time to stop by the Archives? No problem. Currently we have 32,109 individual photographs described of which over 14,000 are digitized and keyword searchable via our online catalog. Not having any luck with our photograph catalog? Don’t forget to search our archival records inventory. Descriptions of artwork, maps, and large photograph albums in which photographs are not described individually can be found in the archival inventory. Just remember to write down the photograph number or catalog number for your order.Still not having any luck finding that perfect image for you? Stop by the Archives on a Monday, Wednesday, or Friday between 9:00 am and 4:30 pm or schedule an appointment on a Tuesday or Thursday and let us assist you in your research.
Found the perfect image and looking to place that order?
Don’t worry, placing a photograph order is a lot easier than shoveling your driveway after an ice storm. You can place an order in person at the Archives (9291 Corbould Street), over the phone: (604) 795-5210 ext. 108, or by email.
Still have questions? Email or call the Archives and let us help guide you with your research or photo order.
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