Here I am carrying on with the exhibit I visited at Library And Archives Canada. This caught my eye.
There is a meeting room off the central atrium. Above that meeting room, historical figures are etched into the glass.
Design schematics for the original Centre Block on Parliament Hill were displayed.
As was this Canadian crest.
The path went off to another section of the building, with paintings and items on display. This table and its surroundings had a more old fashioned look to it, to the time when things were organized with the help of card cabinets.
This sculpture of our first Prime Minister, John A. Macdonald, was part of the exhibit.
As was what I finish off with. This is a movie poster for a silent version of Anne Of Green Gables, a literary icon in Canadian literature. I was not familiar with this version, and she doesn't evoke what I think of when I think of Anne (aka Carrots).