Bands (Music) - Arcola

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(1): Group photograph of the junior hockey team in Arcola, Saskatchewan, 1918?. Ed Ripley is front row, right. Caption: Junior Champions, Arcola, Sask.

(2): Group photograph of members of boys band, Arcola, Saskatchewan ca. 1907. William Ripley is standing in the back row, centre.

(3): William Ripley standing in his meat market, possibly in Arcola, Saskatchewan, ca. 1916.

(4): Old printing press used by the Arcola Star Standard newspaper in Arcola, Saskatchewan.

(5): View of Main Street in Arcola, Saskatchewan in winter. Late 1940s. Large snowbank in front of hardware store.

(6): Group photograph of the members of the No. 8 Platoon, B Company, 181th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, Brandon, Manitoba. George A. Jones of Arcola, Saskatchewan was a member of the company but was in hospital when the photograph was taken.

(7): View of the Canadian Pacific Railway snow plow in Arcola, Saskatchewan. ca. 1947.

(8): George A. Jones of Arcola, Saskatchewan and his first automobile, 1920.

(9): Lizzie Robinson of Arcola, Saskatchewan standing next to the automobile belonging to her newphew, George A. Jones. 1921.

(10): Exterior view of the W.H. Jones store in Arcola, Saskatchewan. The store sold groceries, clothing, boots and shoes. A notation on the back reads: This was the first building erected in Arcola in 1899.

(11): Exterior view of the Montgomery Blacksmith building in Arcola, Saskatchewan. Three men and a horse are standing in front of the building. 1908?.

(12): Exterior view of the house and barn of Dan McEachen in the Arcola, Saskatchewan district.

(13): Dr. Robert Watkin and his son standing outside of a building. ca. 1925. He practiced medicine in Arcola, Saskatchewan.

(14): View of the west side of Main Street in Arcola, Saskatchewan. A large number of men are walking on the sidewalk. A note attached to the print lists the following: John R. Mear's Hardware; M.M. Hardware; Hallman's Bake Shop; Youngblud Haberdashery; Drug Store; Post Office; Amos' Harness Shop; McFarlane and Warner Implement Dealer; and Livery Barn.

(15): View of an unusual car driven by Chris Leibel in a parade during the Arcola Fair in Arcola, Saskatchewan ca. 1926.

(16): Arcola Military Band marching at the corner of Main Street and Railway Street in Arcola, Saskatchewan. 1930s. Frank Woodbury, Band leader, in front.

(17): Arcola Military Band standing at the corner of Main Street and Souris Street in Arcola, Saskatchewan. 1930s.

(18): Interior view of the W.H. Jones store in Arcola, Saskatchewan.

(19): View of wood pile on the farm of Willard Wyand in the Kisbey, Saskatchewan district. 1924.

(20): Group of unidentified men, women and children at Willard Wyand's farm in the Kisbey, Saskatchewan district. 1934. A telephone mounted to the wall is in the background.

(21)-(22): Interior view of Winlow School with students seated at their desks and standing by the chalkboard.

(23): Donald Wyand holding the reins on a horse belonging to his father.

(24): Exterior view of Collége Thevenet in Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan.

(25): View of three men and a woman and agricultural equipment.

(26): Exterior view of the Canadian Red Cross Hospital at Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan.

(27): W.H. Jones, George Jones and Rolly Clarkson leaving Willmar, Saskatchewan with horses and carts to go to the Moose Mountains to cut hay.

(28): Exterior view of Maidstone Community Hospital in Maidstone, Saskatchewan.

(29): Students of Robinson School standing and sitting on a wagon pulled by a horse in winter.

(30): Students of Robinson School standing on a large buffalo rubbing stone near the school yard. ca. 1922.

(31): Pearl Robinson seated at a piano and Jim Grant standing with a violin.

(32)-(33): Views of the "Caterpillar" Diesel RD4 pulling two 28 run drills with fertilizer attachment at a speed of 51/2 miles per hour on the farm of John J. Bast in the Sedley, Saskatchewan district, May 1937. . The tractor was purchased from the Albert Olson Co. Ltd. in Regina, Saskatchewan.

(34)-(36): Images of the Model 22 "Caterpillar" tractor hauling logs on a snow road near Hudson Bay Junction, Saskatchewan used by the T.W. Fritz Lumber Company ca. 1937. The tractor was purchased from the Albert Olson Co. Ltd. in Regina, Saskatchewan.

(37): Image of the "Caterpillar" Diesel RD4 tractor pulling tiller, packer and 10' drag harrow on the Williamson farm in the Indian Head, Saskatchewan district. ca. 1937.

(38): View of "Caterpillar" Diesel RD4 tractor plowing for summerfallow on Deer Lodge Farms near Standard, Alberta. ca. 1936.

(39): View of the "Caterpillar" RD4 Diesel tractor pulling two plows on C.T. Vaughan's farm in the Estevan, Saskatchewan district. ca. 1936. The tractor was purchased from the Albert Olson Company Ltd., Regina, Saskatchewan.

(40): Interior view of Robinson School with students and teacher, Miss Annie Skelton. ca. 1924. The school was located in the Manor, Saskatchewan district. Names of students on back of photograph. Image taken by Capitol Studio, Regina.

(41): View of street in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. The W.W. Cooper Co. Ltd. Departmental Store; Shaw Menswear and two hotels can be seen. 193-?.

(42): Composite photograph of Regina Normal School, Classroom D, 1919. Miss Mary Skelton and Miss Annie Margaret Skelton are included.