The University of Calgary’s air photo collection includes approximately one million air photos dating from the 1920's. The collection is focused primarily on Calgary and Southern Alberta. Most images are available in hardcopy only however, some of the images dating from the 1960s and earlier have been digitized. The digitized collection can be searched
Hard-copy images are available at the UofC’s Spatial and Numeric Data Services office, located on the 4th floor of the UofC’s Taylor Family Digital Library. Please email your request in advance so that staff can arrange to have the items requested retrieved from the collection. Requests should be emailed to: email@example.com
To find air photos for a particular location:
Digitized airphotos: will be available online through the plotted flightline index.
Hardcopy airphotos: Are found using the air photo set call number and by consulting the flight line maps.
For more information on how to access the UofC’s Airphoto collection, please refer to their Air Photo Search Guide. You can also request help from the SAIT library by emailing LibraryDataRequests@sait.ca