Canmore Juxtaposed – limited-edition print still available

Canmore Hotel (current view) and the members of the Canmore community band as they were when they posed in front of the hotel in the 1930s. ©Rob Alexander/CMAGS

Canmore Hotel (current view) and the members of the Canmore community band as they were when they posed in front of the hotel in the 1930s.
©Rob Alexander/CMAGS

Do you love the Canmore Hotel? Do you love music? Do you love Canmore’s history? If you answered yes to all three there’s still time to own a copy of this unique, limited-edition blended photograph featuring the Canmore Hotel as it appears today and the members of the Canmore community band as they appeared in the 1930s.

Six of these 11×14 inch prints are still available for a donation of $150 to the Canmore Juxtaposed project and exhibition, which will be held in February.

The Canmore Hotel/Canmore community band blended photograph won’t be in the exhibition and it also won’t be available as a postcard or print for sale at the museum once the exhibition opens.

It is strictly being used for the start of the fundraising campaign. Only 10 were printed and four have gone.

This is a unique opportunity to own a unique view of the Canmore Hotel’s past and present. If you are interested, please drop by the museum or contact it at 403-678-2462. More than happy to ship to far-flung places of the world.

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About Rob Alexander

I am a writer, photographer and historian and the author of The History of Canmore, published by Summerthought Publishing of Banff, AB.
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