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'Deejay' Fred Wall and the western Canada tour 1892-1895

Component is an article describing Fred Wall's activities with the Regina Amateur Minstrels, presentations of early audio recordings to audiences using the phonograph, and later motion picture presentations with a kinetoscope. Component appears on pages 36 to 45.

Articles is supplmented by photographs showing: unidentified (musical) performers in blackface with a variety of musical instruments [e.g. guitar, xylophone, accordion, tambourine]; program for a concert at the Moosomin Opera Hall, held on April 15, 1895; a phonograph; and a group of seated people (in blackface) on a decorated stage for a ministral play in Broadview, Saskatchewan [all appear to be holding musical instruments].

Williams, Myrna

71 Delafield Road

Autobiography of John Mansbridge of British Columbia. Designed and printed by Universal Printing and Bindery Ltd., North Vancouver, British Columbia. Includes information on the Mansbridge family's life in England prior to their settlement in Saskatchewan; on Gilbert Mansbridge, the author's father, an Anglican minister who taught school and conducted services on the Key Indian Reserve and George Gordon Indian Reserve; and on St. Andrew's Church, Key Indian Reserve.

A Brief History of the Heinrichs Family

Publication entitled, A Brief History of the Heinrichs Family, written by Gerald B. Heinrichs concerning the Jacob Heinrichs family, Mennonites who were early settlers in the Swift Current, Saskatchewan region.

Heinrichs, Gerald B.

A Dream Above A Dreamer

Item is a history of an immigrant pioneer family by Bertha Catherine Dyer (born Branislawa Haniszewska). Some family members settled at Buchanan, Saskatchewan.

Dyer, Bertha Catherine

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