Includes preventive conservation, industrial collections, architectural heritage, fire and safety protection, museum planning, archaeological conservation, preservation, exhibition design, disaster preparedness, and museum education.
Houses First and Second World War collections including original letters, diaries, logbooks, maps, blueprints, oral history tapes, original photographic prints, negatives, wartime pamphlets, military manuals, and over 144,000 Second World War newspaper clippings.
E - Government of Canada libraries by department or agency beginning with the letter E
Provides access to one of the world's most comprehensive collections of information on fisheries, aquatic sciences, marine ecosystems and nautical sciences. The Canadian Coast Guard College Library houses a comprehensive collection in nautical sciences including ships' specifications, nautical charts, marine engineering, and navigation.
G - Government of Canada libraries by department or agency beginning with the letter G
Preserves the documentary heritage of Canada through 71,000 hours of films, millions of architectural drawings, plans and maps, the world's largest collection of Canadian sheet music, Canadian Postal Archives, periodicals, microfilms, manuscripts, and portraits over a million Canadians since 1689.
N - Government of Canada libraries by department or agency beginning with the letter N
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