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1950

         
. . . triptych series continued from 1949  
  1950 - 1
tourism - triptych series: 
Rail /
White Empress Ships / Air to Orient
1950 - 2
tourism - triptych series: 
Banff Springs / Princess Ships / Empress Hotel
 1950 - 3
tourism - triptych series:
Rail /
White Empress Ships / Chateau Lake Louise
1950 - 4
tourism - triptych series:
Empress of Scotland / Rail /
Air to South Pacific
 

1951

         
1951 - 1.1
tourism - travelers (West Coast):
"We discovered Alaska "
1951 - 1.2
tourism - travelers (Empress Hotel):
"Fun Galore"
1951 - 1.3
tourism - travelers
(Rockies):
"sky-high vacation wonderland"
1951 - 1.4
tourism - travelers (Rockies):
"We vacationed on top of the world"
1951 - 1.5
tourism - travelers
(transatlantic): "Honeymoon
dreams came true"
1951 - 1.6
tourism - travelers
(transatlantic)

"We sailed to Europe"
     
    1951 - 1.3 ALT 1951 - 1.4 ALT   1951 - 1.6 ALT

1952

       
1952 - 1.1
tourism - vacation list
(Rockies):
"18 sky-high thrills"
1952 - 1.2
tourism - vacation list
(transatlantic):
 "12 vacation treats"
1952 - 1.3
tourism - vacation list
(rail):
"18 vacation delights"
1952 - 1.4
tourism - vacation list
(Rockies):
 "15 ways to rough it"
1952 - 1.5
tourism - vacation list
(Empress Hotel):
 "15 ways to relax"
1952 - 1.6
tourism - vacation list
(rail):
"14 adventures"

1953

         
1953 - 1.1
tourism - Canada is News (Rockies): "Canadian Rockies Belong to You"
1953 - 1.2
tourism - Canada is News (transatlantic): "Sightsee the St. Lawrence"
1953 - 1.3
tourism - Canada is News (rail):
"Big Beautiful Canada"
1953 - 1.4
tourism - Canada is News (rail/Rockies): "Canada Passes Your Train Window"
1953 - 1.5
tourism - Canada is News (Empress Hotel) "It's balmy as Spring"
1953 - 1.6
tourism - Canada is News (rail):
 "Glorious Canada"
         
1953 - 2
general tourism:
"Land/Sea/Air"
         
1954          

It appears that 1954 ads were simply reprints of 1952 and 1953 campaigns.

 

1955

       
1955 - 1.1
The Canadian (1955):
"Now see all this and more"
(2-page spread)
1955 - 1.2
The Canadian (1955):
"See the Canadian Rockies"
1955 - 1.3
The Canadian (1955):
"Here's an exciting new way..."
1955 - 1.4
The Canadian (1955):
Banff and Lake Louise
1955 - 2
Transatlantic:
"New Empress of Britain"

1956

     
1956 - 1.1
The Canadian (1956):
 
"The unexcelled grandeur"
(2-page spread)
1956 - 1.2
The Canadian (1956):
"See all around you"
1956 - 1.3
The Canadian (1956):
Banff and Lake Louise
1956 - 1.4
The Canadian (1956):
"Stainless steel scenic dome streamliner"
1956 - 2
Transatlantic:
"New Empress of England"

1957

       
1957 - 1.1
The Canadian (1957):
2-page spread
1957 - 1.2A
The Canadian (1957):
1-page version A
1957 - 1.2B
The Canadian (1957):
1-pageversion
B
1957 - 1.2C
The Canadian (1957):
1-page version
C
1957 - 2
Land/Sea/Air 1957

1958

       
1958 - 1.1
Land/Sea/Air 1958:
"World of service"
( 2-page spread)
1958 - 1.1ALT
Land/Sea/Air 1958:
"World of service"
(1-page alternative)
1958 - 1.2
Land/Sea/Air 1958
(rail):
"Across Canada"
1958 - 1.3
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(transatlantic):
"Across the Atlantic"
1958 - 1.4
Land/Sea/Air 1958
(air):
"Linking 5 continents"

1959

       
 
1959 - 1.1
Land/Sea/Air 1959
(2-page spread):
 "serves five continents"
1959 - 1.2
Land/Sea/Air 1959
(rail):
 "Scenic Dome trains"
1959 - 1.3
Land/Sea/Air 1959:
(transatlantic):
"Sail to Europe"
1959 - 1.4
Land/Sea/Air 1959
(air):
"Jet-Prop Britannias"
 
   

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