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This section presents images of the Leduc No. 1 discovery, courtesy of the Glenbow Musuem, Art Gallery, Library and Archives, Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre, and the City Of Edmonton Archives. These include photographs of the community of Leduc, the historic oil strike, artifacts and historic monuments from the Leduc No. 1 era.

Drill Bits on Display at the Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre Oil Tanks Wop May & First Airplane Oil Derricks at Redwater Oil Well Fabyan Oil Well No. 1 Imperial Edmonton Ship - Ship named in honour of the Capital City of Alberta Transportation Leduc No. 1 Oilwell, ca. 1947 Bush Flying in Fort Norman Oil Rush Oil Companies Satisfied with Flight Drilling Rig West of Kavanagh Norman C. Pflaum, Gulf Oil Co. employee examining aerial magnetometer used over Stony Plain Indian Reserve. Commercial Street, Leduc, Alberta, ca. 1920s Buildings in Leduc, Alberta Page From "The Western Examiner" Showing Photograph of Imperial Leduc #1 Well, Leduc, AB Harvest Scene, Leduc Area, Alberta, ca. 1927 Leduc Number 1 Rig Completely Set Up, Leduc, AB, December 1946 Opening Day Leduc #1 Discovery Well, Leduc, AB, February 13, 1937. Page From "The Western Examiner" concerning Leduc Number 1, Leduc, AB, February 15, 1947 Replica of a Pump Jack at the Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre Original License Plate That Was On a Car Present at the Leduc No. 1 Oil Discovery Map of Alberta's Devonian Reef Zone A Collection of Belt Buckles Relating to the Oil Industry Leduc Oilfield Display at The Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre

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