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Part of Ralph H. Cook fonds
Architectural drawings include site and floor plans, elevations, sections, details and schedules, foundation, grade beam and framing plans, mechanical and electrical layouts, schematics and schedules.
Cook, Ralph H., 1927-1996
Part of Regina Chamber of Commerce fonds
View of 12th Ave., with Victoria Park in the foreground and the McCallum Hill Building (right). Photo taken from the Federal Building.
- FILM R-3977
Historical trailers: Consists of a series of eight 1 minute vignettes related to different Saskatchewan places or historical events:
(1) Looks at the Legislative Building in Regina. Includes interior and exterior shots of the building and scenes of the opening of the legislative session with the Lieutenant Governor in attendance.
(2) Looks at the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History (now Royal Saskatchewan Museum) building in Regina. Includes exterior and interior shots of the building and of the dioramas depicting the wildlife of Saskatchewan.
(3) Contemporary black and white film footage of men operating old steam powered threshing machinery and women providing meals to the men. Includes shots of a modern self-propelled combine operating in a farm field.
(4) Shots of a church, constructed of field stone at the turn of the century, at Dilke, Saskatchewan. Includes exterior and interior shots of the church.
(5) Looks at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) barracks at Regina. The site has served as the Force's main training base since 1882. Includes scenes of the grounds, the little chapel and the museum.
(6) Highlights a log structure at Fort Qu'Appelle that was part of the Hudson Bay post built in 1864. The building is a designated national historic site and is open as a museum.
(7) Looks at the potash deposits in the province and their importance to the province's economy. Includes exterior and interior shots of a potash mine.
(8) Highlights the Qu'Appelle Valley as a place for water sports and other recreational activities.
Cherry Film Productions
View of 21st Street in downtown Saskatoon, looking west towards the cenotaph and Canadian National Railway station. Marvel Beauty Salon; Macpherson Travel Agency; Canadian Bank of Commerce; Caswell's; Bricker's Shoes; and Woolworth Co. are in view.
- copied 1982 (originally created 1911?)
View of 21st Street looking west towards the railway station with large crowd of pedestrians, automobiles and horses and carriages on street. Image taken by Skewis, Saskatoon. Why We Need Streetcars is written on the bottom left corner of the image. Bank of Canada building is visible on the right.
- copied 1982 (originally created 1910?)
Image of 21st Street in Saskatoon taken by the Photographic Department of Saskatoon Drug and Stationery.
- copied 1982 (1914-06-14)
Image of 22nd Street East taken by B.P. Skewis, Saskatoon.
- copied 1982 (originally created 1914-06-10)
Image of 2nd Avenue taken by B.P. Skewis, Saskatoon.