- 1978 or before
Anglin Lake (Sask.)
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Anglin Lake (Sask.)
Anglin Lake (Sask.)
10 Archival description results for Anglin Lake (Sask.)
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- GM-PH-1695 (1)-(2)
Items are images showing: (1) beaver lodge in Anglin Lake area; and (2) large beaver lodge (push up).
- GM-PH-1697 (1)-(23)
(1)-(2) Exterior view of courthouse in Prince Albert.
(3) Exterior view of Empress Hotel in Prince Albert with two automobiles parked in front.
(4) Exterior view of provincial jail in Prince Albert with grounds and dirt road in foreground.
(5) Exterior view of City Hall in Prince Albert with automobile parked in front.
(6) View of front entrance of Prince Albert Sanatorium.
(7) Exterior view of nurses' residence at Prince Albert Sanatorium; two individuals standing in doorway.
(8) Cabin at the deserted town of Goldfields.
(9) Power plant employees' houses without chimneys in Island Falls.
(10) Recreation hall at Island Falls.
(11) Hudson's Bay Company building at Camsell Portage.
(12) Aerial view of administration buildings at Beaver House in the Fort à la Corne provincial forest.
(13) Department of Natural Resources radio office building and conservation officers' residence at La Ronge.
(14) Department of Natural Resources cabin in the Anglin Lake district, 40 miles north of Prince Albert.
(15)-(17) Dept. of Natural Resources building at Cumberland House.
(18) Deserted barber shop/billiard room at Goldfields.
(19) Anglican church near [Lac?] La Ronge.
(20) Building under construction in Uranium City that later became Embleton's Cafe.
(21) One of the first buildings in Uranium City.
(22) Dept. of Natural Resources cabin at Candle Lake.
(23) Île-à-la-Crosse mission and church.
Item is photograph of Emma Lake showing water levels and other geographic information for proposed project to raise the water level; including showing dam at Anglin Lake.
- 60-366-01 to 60-366-05
Flooded areas of brush and tree stumps, created by the Anglin-Emma Lake Dam Project.
Item is an image showing First Nations Persons baking bannock for firefighters during Anglin Lake fire.
- 61-340-01 to 61-340-05
Scenes from the official opening of the James S. Wood (Emma/Anglin Lake) Water Diversion Project's pumping site, held on August 13, 1961. The site was named in honour of James S. Wood, first secretary of the Emma/Anglin Lake Cottagers Association. 01: Main guests examine the discharge pipe. Front row (L to R): Hon. Alex G. Kuziak, Minister of the Saskatchewan Department of Natural Resources; Bill Berezowsky, Member of Legislative Assembly for the Cumberland constituency; Garth McDowel, president of the Emma/Anglin Lake Cottagers Association. Back row: Hon. Isidore C. Nollet, Minister of Agriculture; and Judge Harold W. Pope. 02: View of crowd in attendance for ceremony. 03: Hon. Kuziak addresses the audience. H.W. Pope; W. Harold Horner, Deputy Minister of Agriculture; William J. (Bill) Berezowsky, Mrs. R. Fulton, and Marshall Allbright, deputy mayor of Prince Albert, look on. 04: Hon. Nollet speaks, with Berezowsky, Fulton, Garth McDowel, president of the Emma/Anglin Lake Cottagers Association, Dr. M. Hazen, and Allbright looking on. 05: Platform guests (L to R): J. Wilfred Churchman, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources; Hon. Nollet; Hon. Kuziak; Fulton; Pope; and Allbright.
- 57-301-01 to 57-301-04
01 -The Hook family prepare for fishing. Left to right, Dot, Cheryl, Ron and Norman Hook.
02 - Dominic and Arnold Youngwirth fishing in the Mackenzie River.
03 - Arnold Youngwirth fishing in the Mackenzie River.
04 - Manfried Schultz and Heinz Mann Weiller displaying the limit caught.
- GM-PH-1719 (1)-(12)
- ca. 1947-1950
Items are images of trappers, traps, camps, and setting bait in the areas around Anglin Lake, Prince Albert, Cumberland House, and Candle Lake.
Item is an image showing two trappers holding up a beaver they trapped at Anglin Lake during the late 1940s.