Clippings, publications and ephemera re: Broadview
- ca. 1900-1979, photocopied 1980?
Photocopy of publication, Description of Broadview District North-west Territories, Canada. Published ca. 1900 as a guide for individuals interested in settling in the Broadview district. Details the geography, commerce, and educational opportunities of the district, as well as profiles of individuals who previously settled in the district. (20 p.)
Clipping from September 13, 1979 entitled, "Kick-Off" Celebrate Saskatchewan, Broadview Style, reporting on events held to commence Broadview's 1980 Celebrate Saskatchewan festivities.
Autobiographical sketch and reminiscences of A.L. Brown, a teacher and resident of the Broadview district from 1894. Brown recounts the early days and individuals of the district. (2 p.)
Brief historical profile of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Broadview. Includes a chronological listing of its branch managers from 1905 to 1979.
Photocopy of clippings pertaining to the construction and habitation of sod houses in the early days of the Broadview district.
Photocopied clipping entitled The Elevator - Symbol of Identity and Pride. Profiles the history of grain elevators in Broadview from the 1890s.
Photocopied obituary from December, 1973 for Mabel (Mae) Cope, aged 80, of Broadview. Cope was a teacher and music director in Broadview for over fifty years. In 1967, the new school in Broadview was named in her honour.
Article published in Marketplace, a supplement to The Whitewood Herald, October 1979, entitled Connection with famous Louis Riel trial recalled. Profiled is Margaret Cuthbert of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and her recollections of her grandfather, Francis Cosgrave of Whitewood. Cosgrave, who served as the foreman of the jury in the 1885 treason trial of Louis Riel, argued that Riel should not be hanged.
Photocopy of programme for service marking the unveiling of the Broadview War Memorial, July 3, 1927, led by The Hon. Colonel J.A. Cross, Attorney-General of Saskatchewan. Programme includes the order of service, and text of hymns sung at the service.
March 14, 1980 newsletter of the Broadview Rural Development Area. Includes an article on Pioneer Memories in honour of the Celebrate Saskatchewan initiative. (6 p.)
Photocopy of license to divert water, issued by the federal Minister of the Interior, to The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, July 9, 1909 for NE 23-16-5 W2.
Photocopy of land transfer, issued by the Province of Saskatchewan for NE 35-16-5 W2 from The Canadian Pacific Railway Company to Frederick Gathercole Butcher and Andrew Lindsay Brown, both of Broadview, April 4, 1916.
Photocopy of summary, hand-written by Isabel Robertson Drake, of events held for Broadview Homecoming '71. Includes photocopied photographs of events held in Broadview throughout 1971.