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- 350Campbell, Sandy
- 8Beaudreau, Diane, biologist, artist
- 3Alberta Aviation Museum
- 3Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre
- 3Ivanova, Semenova Polina
- 1AALCO (Anglo American Leather Company) (Decorator)
- 350Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- 346Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Digital Image Collection
- 7University of Alberta Library
- 7University of Alberta Library/Libraries Staff Publications
- 3Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Collection
- 1Canadian Circumpolar Institute/50th Anniversary Celebration
- 55Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
- 37Russia, St. Petersburg
- 21September, 2016
- 15Public Art - Polar Regions
Ernest H. Shackelton wrote The Heart of the Antarctic being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907 - 1907. The Shackelton Memorial Library at the Scott Polar Research Institute holds six first edition copies.
This fixed-wing turbo-prop aircraft is a regional passenger plane, operated Corvus Airlines under the name Ravn Alaska.
This light tracked, fully-articulated transport vehicle was designed in Sweden and used by the British Army in the NATO Northern Flank defense of Norway. This example is on display at Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford, England.
This sign for a McDonalds restaurant in St. Petersburg gives the address as TRK (Track) "Zhemchuzhnaya Plaza".
At the Bear Lodge in Fairbanks, Alaska, are cast metal rectangles with bear paw prints on them. They are mounted on metal rails cast to look like tree branches.
The Rasmuson Library holds an important collection of Arctic materials, with a focus on Alaska. In addition to books and journals, the collection includes photographs, film, maps and oral history.
During the summer of 2015, Yellowknife dislpayed a number of banners attached to utility poles. This one, in shades of blue, shows a front view of a float plane accompanied by the words "Yellowknife Remote Beauty".