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Conservation Information and Education Records series
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Airplanes

Images of various aircraft belonging to the Saskatchewan government, including the Norseman, Stinson and Anson; individuals attending the formal opening of Saskatchewan Government Airways in Prince Albert in October 1947 including J.L. Phelps, Minister of Natural Resources and Industrial Development; Saskatchewan Government Airways personnel, including mechanics and the manager, and its aircraft.

Buildings

(1)-(2) Exterior view of courthouse in Prince Albert.
(3) Exterior view of Empress Hotel in Prince Albert with two automobiles parked in front.
(4) Exterior view of provincial jail in Prince Albert with grounds and dirt road in foreground.
(5) Exterior view of City Hall in Prince Albert with automobile parked in front.
(6) View of front entrance of Prince Albert Sanatorium.
(7) Exterior view of nurses' residence at Prince Albert Sanatorium; two individuals standing in doorway.
(8) Cabin at the deserted town of Goldfields.
(9) Power plant employees' houses without chimneys in Island Falls.
(10) Recreation hall at Island Falls.
(11) Hudson's Bay Company building at Camsell Portage.
(12) Aerial view of administration buildings at Beaver House in the Fort à la Corne provincial forest.
(13) Department of Natural Resources radio office building and conservation officers' residence at La Ronge.
(14) Department of Natural Resources cabin in the Anglin Lake district, 40 miles north of Prince Albert.
(15)-(17) Dept. of Natural Resources building at Cumberland House.
(18) Deserted barber shop/billiard room at Goldfields.
(19) Anglican church near [Lac?] La Ronge.
(20) Building under construction in Uranium City that later became Embleton's Cafe.
(21) One of the first buildings in Uranium City.
(22) Dept. of Natural Resources cabin at Candle Lake.
(23) Île-à-la-Crosse mission and church.

Cities and towns

(1) view of Prince Albert taken from the top of the viaduct looking north (2) Business section of Central Avenue in Prince Albert looking north. Businesses shown include Safeway, Ohio Cafe, an electronics shop, an ice cream shop and a jeweler. (3) Aerial view of La Ronge (4) Aerial view of Regina with the Legislative Building in the foreground (5) view of Beauval

Conservation Information and Education Records series

  • S 66
  • Series
  • 1922-1967

This government series consists of records created, accumulated and used by personnel responsible for the conservation information and education functions in the Department of Natural Resources. The types of records included are: news releases, radio scripts for "Northern News" (1947-1960), correspondence, publications and photographs.

This government series also includes records created by personnel responsible for publicity in the Department of Natural Resources and Industrial Development in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The records were created in consultation with the Northern Branch of the Bureau of Publications. The types of records included are newspaper clippings, news releases, and photographs.

No sub-series have been identified in this series. The headings assigned to the records in 2001 are: Natural Resources Essay Contents; Fisheries; Forestry; Game and Fur; Mineral Resources; Miscellaneous; Northern News - General; Northern News - Radio Scripts; Personal; Saskatchewan Government Airways; and Schools.

Saskatchewan. Dept. of Natural Resources, 1950-1974

Dogs

(1) Dog team on Lac la Ronge (2) E. Lambert, 1949 champion of The Pas Dog Race, holding a trophy with a dog beside him (3) Laird Oulette, 1950 Champion Dog Musher, The Pas with trophies (4)Eighteen people standing in front of an airplane waiting for the arrivals from Prince Albert to The Pas Dog Derby (5) Dog team on trail in forest (6) Dog team in Prince Albert Trappers Festival parade (7) Dog team and people standing in snow near bridge in Prince Albert

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.

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