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Bulloch, James Scotland

News clippings, publications, music and correspondence concerning James Scotland Bulloch's involvement with the following bands: Bugle Band, 2nd Battalion, Regina Rifle Regiment; Regina Boys' Pipe Band; Saskatchewan Auxiliary Territorial Service, Regina Battalion Flute Band; Sea Cadets; Wa Wa Shriners; 10th Field Ambulance Band.

Includes photographs of Bulloch and images relating to his activities as a fireman, naval officer, band leader and member of the Wa-Wa Temple Drum Corps. Image no. 107 is an exterior view of No. 5 Fire Hall in Regina, Saskatchewan, ca. 1930.

Bulloch, James Scotland, 1889-1956

E.M. Culliton fonds

  • F 14
  • Fonds
  • 1867, 1901-2002 (predominant: 1930-1959)

This fonds consists of records created; accumulated and used by E.M. Culliton as: Provincial Secretary and as Minister-without-Portfolio in the government of William John Patterson; chair and member of several committees and commissions of inquiry; participant in the Catholic Church; and lawyer practicing in Gravelbourg; Saskatchewan.

Also included are constituency records Culliton created, accumulated, and used as the Liberal Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly for Gravelbourg; and as a Liberal caucus member.

A small volume of records created between 1980 and 1984 by John Archer as Secretary of the Saskatchewan Government Insurance Building Sale Inquiry are included.

The types of records included are correspondence; reports; memorandum; transcripts; agendas and minutes; certificates; working papers; reference material; invitations; clippings; speeches; yearbooks; submissions and briefs; commission exhibits; legal opinions and precedent files; photographs; audio reels; videocassettes; map; printing plate; account books and financial statements.

This fonds is missing records Culliton created as minister-in-charge of the King's Printer and Bureau of Publications; as Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan; and as Chief Justice of Saskatchewan.

No series have been identified in collection R-824.

Collection R-839 has been arranged into three series: Thatcher, Colin - Preliminary Hearing; SGI Building Sale Inquiry; Commission of Inquiry Concerning Activities of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (McDonald Commission).

Collection R-1445 has been arranged into seven series: Canadian Judicial Council Seminars; Culliton Commission - Review of Saskatchewan Power Corporation Rates and Public Participation in the Rate Setting Process; Culliton Inquiry into Conflict of Interest Guidelines - 1986; Miscellaneous; Order of Canada; Precedent Files; Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Collection R-1445 includes two videocassettes (assigned identifiers/ MI-13487 and MI-13488) that contain footage of a tribute to Senator Dave Steuart on November 10, 1990 at the Sheraton Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan. The tribute, with master of ceremonies Ralph Goodale, was filmed by Minds Eye Pictures, Regina.

Collection R-1516 has been arranged into eight series: General Files; Commissions and Panels of Inquiry; Legal Series; Constitution of Canada; Working Papers and Reference Reports; Canadian Judicial Council; Certificates of Recognition and Achievement; Programmes and Invitations; Photographs-Miscellaneous.

R-E2419 contains a thank you letter to E.M. Culliton from C.A. Dunning (Chairman, Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Limited).

Public, private and court records are contained in this fonds.

Culliton, E. M. [Edward Milton], 1906-1991

F.W. Anderson fonds

  • F 634
  • Fonds
  • c.1948-1982

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by Fred W. Anderson of Regina, Saskatchewan. The records relate to Anderson's activities as secretary and director of research for the federal Royal Commission on Transportation. Records relating to Anderson's activities as an administrator and professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus and the University of Regina are also included.

The types of records included are newspaper clippings; correspondence; memoranda; publications; transcripts; reports and submissions; legislation; speeches; and lecture notes. The fonds includes a microfilmed copy of Anderson's Master of Arts thesis entitled Some Political Aspects of the Grain Growers' Movement, 1915-1935, with particular reference to Saskatchewan, submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, University of Saskatchewan, in 1949 (reference code Micro. R-2.569).

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds. The headings assigned to the records in R-793 in 1984 are Royal Commission on Transportation; and Personal.

Anderson, Frederick Woodley, 1920-2009

Ghana

  • Clippings File - Ghana
  • Item
  • 1957

Correspondence between Mr. A.G. Kuziak, Minister of Natural Resources, Government of Saskatchewan and Mr. Kwame Nkrumah, the Prime Minister of Ghana, Africa, regarding permission to name a Saskatchewan island, Ghana, 1957. 4 p.

Hammond, Leslie Herbert

  • R-613.1
  • File
  • ca. 1938-1995

Records created, accumulated and used by Leslie Herbert Hammond (1908-1998) relating to his activities in civil politics and the community which include biographical information, certificates, clippings, and letters of recognition and appreciation; photographs.

Hern Family certificate and cards

Saskatchewan Grain Growers Association life membership certificate (number 675) issued to J. W. Hern of Togo, Saskatchewan and dated March 12, 1917; Christmas cards (some with illustrations and embroidery) sent from friends and relatives to Sidney Hern, ca. 1882.

Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association

Honour, platitudes, and the old lie

Item component are notes by editor of Saskatchewan History, Myrna Williams on the imporance of poetry, journals, and diaries are for an understanding experinces of the Great War, a summary of the contents of the issue, including acknowledgements and brief summaries of articles. Component is supplemented by a photograph oshowing a form letters intedned for soldiers to write home, and a letter sen from Soldiers' Christian Association Camp Camp (Bramshott Camp). Component appears on pages 4 and 5.

Williams, Myrna

James Scotland Bulloch fonds

  • F 54
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1959

Fonds primarily consists of records relating to James Bulloch's activities as a military band leader. Included are news clippings, publications, music sheets, and correspondence.

The fonds includes photographs relating mainly to Bulloch's activities as a fireman, naval officer, band leader and Drum Major for the Wa Wa Temple Drum Patrol in Regina, Saskatchewan. Included are images relating to Regina Rifle Regiment Bugle and Drum Band; Saskatchewan Auxiliary Territorial Service, Regina Battalion band; Regina Boys' Pipe Band. Image 107 is an exterior view of the No. 5 Fire Hall in Regina ca. 1930.

Bulloch, James Scotland, 1889-1956

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