|Located in the scenic Rocky Mountain town of Jasper, Alberta, the Jasper Yellowhead Museum & Archives is dedicated to collect, preserve and make available for research and exhibition documents and artefacts which illustrate the human history of Jasper National Park and the Yellowhead Corridor.
The Archives’ holdings include: a library of historic books, periodicals and pamphlets pertaining to the human and natural history of the region and more than 20 metres of manuscripts, personal and business papers, diaries and memoirs. The photographic holdings include thousands of items in the form of negatives, prints, albums and transparencies.
The Jasper Yellowhead Archives receives inquiries by conventional mail, telephone and e-mail. If you have a specific question about a particular subject, individual or archival holding, we will endeavour to respond to your inquiry in a timely manner. If you are planning a visit please contact us in advance to make an appointment. If you are sending your inquiry by e-mail, please include your mailing address and phone number so we can respond appropriately.
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