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Fort San Sanatorium boilers, bunkers, coal elevator, and powerhouse

Architectural drawings pertaining to the design, construction and alternation of the boilers, bunkers, coal elevator, and powerhouse within the Fort San Sanatorium and Fort San, Saskatchewan. Drawings were prepared for the administrators of the sanatorium, the Saskatchewan Anti-Tuberculosis League. Includes: (1)-(14) drawings of the boiler system, prepared by Foster Wheeler Limited of St. Catharines, Ontario, Babcock-Wilcox and Goldie-McCullough, Limited of Galt, Ont., and Canadian Sirocco Co, Ltd. of Windsor, Ont. (15)-(32) drawings of the air ducts, bunkers, coal elevator, and coal handling plant, prepared by The Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works Ltd. of Winnipeg, Manitoba. (33)-(39) drawings of various aspects of the powerhouse, prepared by the United Conveyor Corp. of Canada, Ltd., and by A. R. Greig.

George Ellis certificates, correspondence

Letter dated September 1980 to the Saskatchewan Archives Board from Mary Kissick regarding her father, George Ellis.

Records accumulated and used by George F. Ellis (1878-1939) relating mainly to his career as an engineer responsible for operating steam boilers and engines. Includes certificates issued by the Saskatchewan Department of Public Works and correspondence. Ellis resided in Minnesota, Lipton, Duff, Alberta and Willowbrook.

MacLennan, Donald Gilbert

  • R-68
  • File
  • 1964-1970

Records created, accumulated and used by Donald MacLennan as Minister of Labour, 1970-1971. The records were created chiefly during the period 1964-1970 when Lionel Coderre served in that capacity.

Sewage disposal plant in Janesville, Wisconsin

  • R-A1328 (1)-(6)
  • Item
  • 1937

Items are a series of photographs related to a sewage disposal plant located in Janesville, Wisconsin. Images include:
R-A1328 (1) : two unidentified men standing on top step of entrance to sewage treatment plant;
R-A1328 (2) : sludge pump assembly;
R-A1328 (3) : waste/sewage lagoons;
R-A1328 (4) : waste drying grounds with rail lines located in foreground;
R-A1328 (5) : digestors (autoclaves) assembly with gas collector;
R-A1328 (6) : gas engine that uses digester gas.

The Boiler of "The Northcote"

  • S-B751
  • Item
  • 1935

The boiler of "The Northcote" (steamer) at Cumberland House, 1935.

Title supplied from content.; From Morton's Historical Geography (Vol. VII, p. 119)

[Factory interior and workers with a boiler assembly]

Factory interior and workers with a boiler tube assembly. (1) Worker and boiler tube assembly. (2)-(3) Factory interior hard to distinguish. (4) Workers with boiler assembly on a tractor trailer. (5) End view of boiler assembly. (6) Worker poses with boiler tube assembly. (7) Overhead view of boiler assembly on tractor trailer. (8) Group of workers stand next to boiler assembly. (9)-(10) Overhead and side views of boiler assembly. (11) Tower and scaffolding. (12) Worker poses next to large spools of wire.