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David Johnson fonds

  • F 180
  • Fonds
  • [195-?]-2008

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by David Johnson in his work as an artist from the 1950s to 2008. The records include project working files of David Johnson Studio, Inc. relating to stained glass commissions for homes, public buildings and churches. The fonds also includes Johnson's original design paintings in the medium of gouache; court trial sketches, primarily of the Colin Thatcher murder trial, in pen, pencil and watercolour; and photographs of selected artistic works of Johnson's including sculptures, drawings, paintings and prints.

The fonds has been arranged into four series: Project Files; Designs for Stained Glass Windows and Artwork; Other Artistic Works and Personal.

The types of records included are paintings, drawings, photographs, correspondence and clippings.

Johnson, David, 1928-2013

Historic Architecture of Saskatchewan

Illustrated publication by the Saskatchewan Association of Architects with support from Saskatchewan Culture and Recreation. Published by Focus Publishing Inc. in Regina, Saskatchewan. Principal photographer: Frank Korvemaker. Editor-in-chief: Alex Hermann. Includes definitions and examples of different architectural styles and information on the founding of the Saskatchewan Association of Architects.

Kaleidoscope: Many Cultures - One Faith. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Prince Albert, 1891-1991

History written by Solange Lavigne to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Prince Albert in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Published by the Diocese of Prince Albert and printed by St. Peter's Press, Muenster, Saskatchewan. Includes information on the missionaries, clergy, parishes, Indian and Metis peoples, schools, brothers and sisters of various orders, etc. in the diocese.