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Glenbow Museum

Glenbow is a museum, art gallery, library and archives all under one roof. One of Canada’s largest museums, Glenbow boasts more than one million artifacts, over 31,000 works of art, approximately 100,000 books, and two million photographs in its vast collections. Created in 1966 through the generosity of founder Eric L. Harvie, Glenbow Museum is where intriguing stories from Western Canada connect with extraordinary art and artifacts from around the world.

Jeff De Boer, Barbed Wire Bronco, 2006, Collection of Glenbow Museum. Purchased with funds from the Historic Resource Fund