Albertville (Sask.)

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Informal portrait of M.A. Laird; Ribbon-cutting ceremony for opening of new Credit Union building at Albertville

01: Informal portrait of M.A. Laird, assistant director of the Saskatchewan Department of Natural Resources' Construction Division. 02: A. Doucet of Domremy, president of the French Co-operative Council of Saskatchewan (right) presents scrolls of merit to J. Lavoie (left) and A. Roberge, charter members of the Albertville Credit Union, which was established in 1916. 03: J. Lavoie (centre) cuts the ribbon held by A. Roberge (right) and Mr. Pellerin (left) to officially open the new Credit Union building at Albertville.

Hill, Alan

Scroll presentation to charter members of the Albertville Credit Union

A. Doucet of Domremy, president of the French Co-operative Council of Saskatchewan (right) presents scrolls of merit to A. Roberge (left) and J. Lavoie, charter members of the Albertville Credit Union, which was established in 1916. The presentation was part of the official opening of the new Credit Union building in Albertville.

Hill, Alan

Sisters of the Presentation of Mary histories, postcard and pamphlet

  • (S)YF 392
  • File
  • 1975-1978

Around the World with Rivier, abridged and revised by the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, Duck Lake Student Residence. A brief history of the Sisters of the Presentation in Canada, including their arrival at the Indian Residential School in Duck Lake in 1903. Also, a yearbook and an article from the Prince Albert Daily Herald from 1975, the 50th year of the Presentation of Mary in Prince Albert; a postcard showing the Order's Academy in Prince Albert; a booklet entitled "A Jubilee Story: 1903-1978," produced for the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the Sisters in Western Canada; and a pamphlet celebrating the 70th year of the Sisters at Stobart School and St. Michael's School in Duck Lake.