Doidge, Jean

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Essay Contests

Images of the 1947 and 1948 winners of the Department of Natural Resources and Industrial Development annual essay contests as a group and visiting various sites, supervised by Jean Doidge, information writer with the department.

Mines and mineral resources

(1)-(2) the mine site at the deserted town of Goldfields (3) five males at mining recorders' tent in Uranium City. (4) men and women standing outside on a walkway at the Lake Cinch mine. Jean Doidge and J.H. Brockelbank, Minister of Mineral Resources, are in the group. (5) Men standing next to an airplane holding a Saskatchewan Chamber of Mines banner.

People

Images of various people including models and Jean Doidge, commentator, at fashion show sponsored by Yaegers Furs Ltd. at trappers' convention in Prince Albert; Mrs. MacAskill displaying fruit preserves; men studying in classroom at Saskatchewan Forestry School in Prince Albert; young Chipewyan Indian girl; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) broadcaster John Fisher; Malcolm Norris and son inspecting a rock.

Saskatchewan. Department of Natural Resources - Employees

Numerous images of Department of Natural Resources and Industrial Development/Department of Natural Resources personnel and other Saskatchewan government personnel including: Jean Doidge, information officer and radio commentator; Fred Hewett, director of the Saskatchewan Forestry School; Conservation officer Guy Horncastle; F. Glass, manager of the Saskatchewan Government Airways; A.K. Quandt, field supervisor for the northern district; W.D. Smith, manager of the Saskatchewan Box Factory; J.F. Gray, resident director of Sask. Lake and Forest Products Corporation; Gus MacDonald, production manager of Sask. Fish Board; Jack Doyle, aerial photographer; C.H. Piercy, administrator of northern education; Dave Corney; and J.L. Brockelbank.