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10th year marked by congregation

Clipping of a newspaper article entitled, 10th year marked by congregation, published in the November 30, 1963 of The Leader-Post, Regina. Report of the celebration marking the tenth anniversary of the dedication of Knox Presbyterian Church, located at Yorkton, Saskatchewan.

1930-31 SNS Directory 1980

Commemorate directory consisting of names of students enrolled in the Saskatoon Normal School in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan during the 1930-31 academic year. The directory indicates the student's name, letter of room he/she was in, mailing address, and if deceased.

1939 Royal Visit programmes, seating plan

Records pertaining to the visit of Their Royal Highnesses King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Saskatchewan in May and June, 1939. Includes: Royal Welcome Week Official Souvenir Program, Regina, Saskatchewan May 24, 25 & 26th, issued by the Associated Canadian Travellers and printed by Commercial Printers, Regina;

Programme entitled, Commemorating the visit of Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to North-Eastern Saskatchewan, Saturday, June Third Nineteen hundred and thirty-nine, published by the Northeastern Saskatchewan Royal Visit Committee and printed by The Enterprise Publishing Co. Ltd., Yorkton;

Programme entitled, Commemorating the Visit of Their Most Gracious Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth To Saskatoon in the Province of Saskatchewan, June Third Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Nine, printed by the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix Limited by authority of the Royal Visit Committee;

Seating plan for attendees of a banquet held at Government House, Regina in honour of the visit of Their Royal Highnesses King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, May 25, 1939.

1939 Royal Visit publications

Publications pertaining to the Royal visit of King George V and Queen Elizabeth to the United States and Canada in May and June, 1939. Includes: a publication entitled, The King and Queen in Canada and the U.S.A.: A Beautiful Pictoral Record; and issues of the Star Weekly, Toronto from May to July, 1939.

1975 Western Canada Summer Games publications

Souvenir program, news releases, pamphlets and other published material relating to the first ever Western Canada Summer Games, August 10-17, 1975, in Regina, Saskatchewan. Includes the 1975 Saskatchewan Travel Guide, issued by the Saskatchewan Department of Tourism and Renewable Resources.

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