Fonds F 141 - Hazel Corneil fonds

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Hazel Corneil fonds

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  • Textual record
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F 141

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  • ca. 1882 to 1997 (Creation)
    Corneil, Hazel Ludema, 1912-2002

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Physical description

ca. 0.380m of textual records
134 photographs : prints
2 microfilm reels
1 map

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Biographical history

Hazel Ludema Corneil was born on November 12, 1912 in the Hope, Saskatchewan district to Sherman and Ethel Campbell. She was educated in the Oxbow district and completed teacher training in Regina. She began teaching in the 1930s and worked at various jobs until her marriage to Robert Corneil, a farmer, on June 21, 1944. The Corneils resided on a farm in the Oxbow district until 1973, when they retired and moved into Oxbow. Hazel Corneil was a charter member of the South Oxbow Ladies' Club and a member of the Oxbow-Glen Ewen History Book Committee. Corneil resided in Estevan later in her life. She died in Gainsborough on July 18, 2002 and was buried in Oxbow Cemetery. The Corneils did not have any children.

Custodial history

Hazel Corneil loaned some of these records for copying to the Regina office, Saskatchewan Archives in four accessions between 1980 and 1986: R80-638 (October 20, 1980); R84-282 (August 7, 1984); R85-517 (November 19, 1985); and R86-379 (June 24, 1986).

Scope and content

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by Hazel Corneil, a long time resident of Oxbow, Saskatchewan. The records relate mainly to Corneil's interest in the local history of Oxbow and surrounding communities, including Hope, Glen Ewen, Boscurvis, Alameda, Frobisher, Estevan, Arcola, Willow Bunch, Roche Percee, Bienfait, Taylorton, Macoun, Carnduff, Carlyle, Elcott, North Portal and Souris. The records relate to various subjects, including events, people, businesses, buildings, animals, schools, churches and sports teams.

The types of records included are newspaper clippings, photographs, a map, scrapbooks, hand-written notes, family histories, publications, articles, reminiscences, programmes and brochures.

Microfilm Micro. R-2.369 consists of a scrapbook relating to people and events in the Oxbow and Estevan districts; photographs of heavy snowfall and floods along the Souris River in 1969; the Winter 1982-83 issue of Folklore, the newsletter of the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society; and a document entitled St. Paul's United Church, Oxbow, Saskatchewan, 1990.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds.

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Physical condition

Records are in good physical condition.

Immediate source of acquisition

Hazel Corneil donated some of these records to the Regina office, Saskatchewan Archives in thirty-two accessions between 1981 and 1996: R81-523 (October 9, 1981); R82-026 (January 25, 1982); R83-154 (February 10, 1983); R83-480 (November 16, 1983); R84-486 (December 11, 1984); R84-492 (December 17, 1984); R84-498 (December 17, 1984); R84-499 (December 17, 1984); R84-500 (December 17, 1984); R84-501 (December 17, 1984); R84-502 (December 17, 1984); R84-503 (December 17, 1984); R96-235 (April 29, 1996); R96-236 (April 29, 1996); R96-237 (April 29, 1996); R96-238 (April 29, 1996); R96-339 (April 29, 1996); R96-340 (April 29, 1996); R96-341 (April 29, 1996); R96-342 (April 29, 1996); R96-343 (April 29, 1996); R96-344 (April 29, 1996); R96-345 (April 29, 1996); R96-346 (April 29, 1996); R96-347 (April 29, 1996); R96-348 (April 29, 1996); R96-385 (June 6, 1996); R96-427 (July 29, 1996); R96-558 (December 19, 1996); R1996-567 (April 29, 1996); R98-131 (February 9, 1998); and R99-227 (June 24, 1999).


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  • English

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Restrictions on access

Records are open for research use.

Interloan: Micro R-2.900 and R-2.369 are available for inter-institutional loan.

Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

Use, publication and/or reproduction of records may be subject to terms and conditions of the Copyright Act and/or a donor agreement.

Finding aids

SAFA 87 (old guide GR 573) consists of a fonds description, file listings of some of the textual records and item descriptions of photographs. The paper guide consists of a fonds description and file listings of some of the textual records only.

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No further accruals are expected.

General note

Some of the photographs were retained in the textual records.


Conservation practices in place at the time of processing were applied to the records in this fonds.

Alpha-numeric designations

Textual records: old guide GR 573 (R-88.1, R-1809); R-E1210; R-E1700; R-E1862; R-E1932; R-E1933; R-E1934; R-E1935; R-E1936; R-E1937; R-E1938; R-E2023; R-E2218; R-E2365; R-E3386; R-E4106; R-E4107; R-E4108; R-E4109; R-E4110; R-E4111; R-E4112; R-E4113; R-E4114; R-E4115

Microfilm: Micro. R-2.369; Micro. R-2.900

Photographs: R-A23517 to R-A23523; R-A24508 to R-A24577; R-A25237 to R-A25244; R-B11855 to R-B11858; R-D1760; GM-PH-1351 to GM-PH-1372
Map: A38/6

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F 141

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Rules or conventions

Saskatchewan Archives. Archival Description Manual 2004.



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  • English

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  • Latin


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