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Part of Luke Battersby family fonds
Item is a print depicting a cat named Douglas belonging to the Battersby family of Goodeve. The cat has a mouse in its mouth.
- R-A19366 (1)-(8)
- ca. 1922
A cat, possibly owned by J. F. McKay, inside a house and outside the house.
- FILM R-1692
- 1972-03-14 to 1972-03-16
NEWS: (1) Forecast on the direction of the Department of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan following the expansion of the School Board (2) Opinion on the teachers' dispute with the School board (3) Winfried Grassman discusses new Human rights legislation (4) Saskatoon city councillor discusses the city deficit and solutions (5) Report on an employment program (6) Doctor discusses his animal research into drug abuse (7) Representative from SPCA discusses the fate of cats at the facilities (8) Interview with Jack McLeod, coach of the Saskatoon Blades about the new World Hockey Association (9) Mayor Herbert Sears discusses possible mill rate increases (10) Priest discusses new education system (11) Scenes from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals shelter (12) Interview with Doug Ayatt, Saskatchewan's representative at the Canadian Brier.
CBKST (Television Station : Saskatoon, Sask.)
- R-A1242 (1)-(4)
J. F. McKay sitting on the wooden steps of a house, playing with a puppy. Georgina McKay also with the puppy and a kitten. Probably Prince Albert.