David Aaron Photography

This page contains a selection of historical images of mostly Edmonton taken around 1950.  It is only now that these amazing images are being shown.  This is but a small selection of the images.  These images are for sale and are available in
various sizes if you are looking for something for your home or office.
Copyrights belong to David Aaron
102nd Avenue 103 Street
Bowker Building
Canadian Pacific Downtown
CFRN Sunwapta
CP station Old Strathcona
Canadian Northern Railway
Edmonton Gardens
Whyte Avenue #1
Concordia College
Corbett Hall
Grierson Hill
City Centre Airport
Beth Shalom Synagogue
St. Joesphat Church
Knox Metropolitan Church
St. Anthony's Church
Church Street  96 Street
Gallagher Park with horse
Gallagher Park
Government House
Bateman's IGA
High Level Bridge
Edmonton City Hall
University of Alberta
Varisty Tuck Shop
Low Level Bridge Winter
Low Level Bridge
100 A Street Telephone Building
Mewburn's Hospital  University of Alberta
Hudson's Bay
Borden Park Pool
St. Joseph's Hospital
Edmonton Public Library
Devon Main Street
Home Grocery Ltd
Leduc Main Street
Whyte Avenue
Norwood Elementary School
Leduc Gaiety Theatre
Jasper Avenue 109 Street
Midland Grain Elevator
Holy Trinity at Smoky Lake 1949
St. Joachim Church
Soda Shop
Photographs on this page are for information purposes only.  These images are intentionally out of focus and are cropped for display on the internet. 
Customers purchasing photographs will receive sharp high quality images.

Thank-you to the family of Orval Allen who provided me with these photographs.  This is only a small sample of Orval's images in my library.  Please contact me if you are looking for
something specific to this era.
Orval ran Progress Photo on 99st and then on Whyte Avenue. 
Many of the photographs he took were used in postcards.
South side Edmonton
Incline Elevator Edmonton
Funicular Edmonton
Edmonton Beauty Parlor
CP Station Edmonton
Jasper Avenue 1950
Rogers' Arena today
Rare photo of fire Station 6 located in Old Strathcona which was converted into a theatre in the early 1980's and recently demolished.
Prints available
First mosque built in Canada.  As it looked in 1950 located on 111 Ave near  the Royal Alexandra Hospital
Leduc #1
Al Rashid Mosque
Family walking down Whyte Avenue c1955
Oil well #1 as it looked in 1950.
Totem pole on display at the
Royal Alberta Museum