125 Years Through Our Eyes

Published by The Guardian newspaper to mark its 125th year on Prince Edward Island
Publication of the Year 2012
200 Pages, color and black/white photos
11 x 8.5, Hardcover with dust jacket

DustJacketIf a picture is worth a thousand words, then this sparkling collection of over 400 photos speaks volumes about Prince Edward’s culture, history and landscape over the 125 years that The Guardian newspaper has been “covering the Island like the dew.” This beautifully produced book depicts Islanders at work and play, at home and among friends, neighbours and the wider community. Drawn from The Guardian‘s own files and from both public and private archival collections, this professional blend of images, captions and text delivers a history lesson in a most enjoyable way.

“For anyone who enjoys vintage images of Prince Edward Island, and a good read — this is the book to have.”
Ian Scott, former executive director of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation

ISBN: 978-1-77136-036-4
Price: $19.98. CLICK HERE to purchase