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Art and architecture in Saskatchewan

  • GM-PH-5327 (1)-(1409)
  • Item
  • between 1955 and 1975

Images of art and architecture in Saskatchewan accumulated and used by Nik Semenoff of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, likely in his role as a visual specialist with the Extension Division, University of Saskatchewan. Many of the images relate to architecture designed by various Saskatchewan architects, including George H. Kerr; Patrick Cullingworth; Kioshi Izumi; Roger L. Walls; and Melvyn Malkin.

Included are images of works of art by various artists, including H. Becker; Henry Bonli; Reta Cowley; H. Hatton; Andrew Hudson; Dorothy (Knowles) Perehudoff; Ernest Lindner; W.C. Mulcaster; William Perehudoff; and Otto Rogers. Images of the art collection of the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon are also included.

Images of churches are included, as follows: All Saints Anglican Church, Saskatoon; Knox United Church, Saskatoon; St. Timothy's Anglican Church, Saskatoon; and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Regina.

Images of schools are included as follows: Allan Hill School, Prince Albert; Prince Albert Technical School, Prince Albert; Brevoort Park School, Saskatoon; Evan Hardy Collegiate, Saskatoon; Walter Murray Collegiate, Saskatoon; Massey School, Regina; Thom Collegiate, Regina; and St. Joseph's College, Yorkton.

Images of hospitals are included as follows: St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon; University Hospital, Interns' Dormitory, Saskatoon; and Yorkton Psychiatric Centre.

Images of buildings at University of Saskatchewan are included as follows: Arts Building; Marquis Hall; Qu'Appelle Hall; St. Thomas More College; Emmanuel - St. Chad chapel; Lutheran College and Seminary; and McLean Hall.

Images of various buildings in Saskatoon are included as follows: City of Saskatoon Fire Department Headquarters Station No. 1; Golf's Steak House; James Art Studio; Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory; Modern Press; Saskatchewan Government Telephones; Saskatoon Funeral Home; Saskatchewan Research Council; Space Engineering Lab; St. Joseph's Nursing Home; Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans Home; and the homes of Henry Bonli; Patrick J. Cullingworth; George H. Kerr; and Melvin Malkin.

Includes images of Weyburn Public Library in Weyburn; the pavilion at Sunset Amusement Park, Regina; Binary Three products manufactured by Develcon Electronics, Saskatoon; Bank of Montreal, Saskatoon; Eaton's of Canada warehouse, Saskatoon; Executive Motor Hotel, Saskatoon; Patrick Dodge automobile dealership, Saskatoon; Westgate Inn, Saskatoon; and Quaker Arena, Saskatoon.

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