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1939 Royal Visit invitation printing plates

Original copper printing plate of the invitation issued by the Lieutentant Governor of Saskatchewan Archibald P. McNab and Mrs. McNab to a dinner held at Government House, Regina, in honour of the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England, May 25, 1939.

Original copper printing plates of the invitation issued by the Speaker of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly to the ceremony held in the Legislative Chamber in honour of the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England, May 25, 1939.

1950 Grasshopper Control Program correspondence, telegrams, directives

Correspondence, telegrams, questionnaires, bulletins, etc. relating to the Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture's 1950 Grasshopper Campaign. The department worked in co-operation with private radio stations in Saskatchewan and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) to broadcast information to farmers regarding the fight against grasshoppers.

A.W. Brooks correspondence

Correpondence from A.W. Brooks of Montreal, Quebec to Lewis H. Thomas, Saskatchewan Provincial Archivist, pertaining to the architectural works of Edward and W.S. Maxwell. Accompanying the correspondence is a partial listing of architectural works by Edward and W.S. Maxwell, including the Regina Parliament Buildings [Saskatchewan Legislative Building].

Agricultural extension pamphlet, essay and brief

Pamphlet entitled, Short Courses of Instruction on Internal Combustion Engines Including Automobiles. produced by the Department of Agricultural Extension, College of Agriculture at the University of Saskatchewan (1923).

Seminar paper entitled, Preparing and Presenting a Talk at Farmers' Meetings, written by C. Shirriff of the Dominion Experimental Station at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, December 18, 1939.

Brief, presented to the Royal Commission on Agriculture and Rural Life, entitled, The History of Agricultural Extension in Saskatchewan, written by W.B. Baker, April 2, 1954.

Albert Duncan Residence relocation and heritage designation submission

Recommendation submission, prepared by W. McKim, Acting City Manager for Regina, for the Albert Duncan Residence, formerly located at 2220 Lorne Street in Regina, Saskatchewan. The recommendations were submitted to the Regina Municipal Heritage Committee to relocate the Duncan Residence to 2160 Cornwall Street and designate it as a municipal heritage site. Also included in file is a submission from the Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee to the Mayor and City Council of Regina in support of McKim's recommendations.

Allan E. Blakeney portrait, certificates

Watercolour head and shoulders portrait of Allan Blakeney by Dennis McNeil, September 1971; lifetime membership certificates issued to Allan Blakeney by the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, April 13, 1972 and the City of Thompson, Manitoba, April 29, 1981; honorary work permit issued to Blakeney by Local No. 3, Saskatoon, International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen, July 20, 1977; honorary life membership in the Melfort Curling Club, September 8, 1972; lifetime membership in Frontier College, November 19, 1980; certificate of appreciation for support given to Hadassah-Wizo, September 12, 1976; proclamation of Queen Elizabeth II concerning the Constitution Act, dated April 17, 1982 and signed by Elizabeth II, Jean Chretien, the Attorney General of Canada, the Register General of Canada, and the Prime Minister of Canada, Pierre Trudeau.

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