Item 58-547-01 to 58-547-10 - [Antelope and Mule Deer Hunting]

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[Antelope and Mule Deer Hunting]

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58-547-01 to 58-547-10

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  • 1958-11 (Creation)
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    Photographic Services

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1 photograph : negative, b&w; 12.5 x 10 cm
9 photographs : negatives, b&w; 10 x 12.5 cm

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01: An antelope shot by Mr. Fred Heebner of Vanguard. The antelope's horns measured approximately 15 inches in length.

02: Mr. Everett Olson of Aquadell, Saskatchewan displays the antelope he bagged during the antelope season.

03: Mr. Everett Olson from Aquadell, Saskatchewan tags an antelope he bagged south of Cadillac, Saskatchewan.

04: Mr. Everett Olson, left, from Aquadell, Saskatchewan, and Bob Breen from Saskatoon display the antelope they bagged on the opening day of the antelope season.

05: Mr. Fred Heebner of Vanguard, Saskatchewan displays the large antelope he bagged on the opening day of the antelope season.

06: Mr. Rodger [sp?] Philips [sp?] of Prince Albert poses with a doe mule deer he downed in Cypress Hills Park.

07: Mr. Bob Breen holds the head of a buck mule deer he bagged in Cypress Hills West Block.

08: Conservation Officer Rich Lafs [sp?] checks Mr. Bob Breen's license to see if everything is in order and that the animal is properly tagged.

09: Left: Mr. Bob Breen, Saskatoon; Centre: Mr. Bob Cochrane, Cypress Hills; Right: Rodger [sp?] Philips [sp?], Prince Albert, pose with buck mule deer that Bob Breen shot at Cypress Hills West Block.

10: A group of unidentified antelope hunters from scattered parts of the province rest up at dinner time before starting off for the afternoon shoot.

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Office: Regina - Hillsdale

Box number(s): 88

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To consult the records, visit or contact the Regina office.

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Location for Retrieval: Regina - Hillsdale (Fridge #2).

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58-547-01 to 58-547-10

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Saskatchewan Archives. Archival Description Manual 2004.

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