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A log house carved from a giant redwood log

  • R-A14952
  • Item
  • 1950

Item is an image (likely) taken near Yorkton that shows a log house carved from a hollowed out section of a single 1900 year old redwood tree which had been found on the property of the Georgia Pacific Lumber Co., near Eureka, California. The full tree was 4.26 m (14 feet) in diameter and over 80 m (267 feet) high, with the resultant structure 2.5 m (8 feet) wide at one end and 2.85 m (9 feet 4 inches) at the other, and is 10 m (33 feet) long.

Holy Family Hospital, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

  • AD-1777 (1)-(98)
  • Item
  • 1961-1991

(1)-(88) Architectural drawings, created by Webster, Forrester & Scott Architects of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in October, 1961, pertaining to new construction and renovations to the existing Holy Family Hospital at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan for the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception. The complete set of drawings include: site plan; structural plans; floor plans; elevations and sections; details; electrical plans; and mechanical plans. Consulting engineers for the project were Douglas, Michalenko, Dupuis of Saskatoon.

(89)-(98) Drawings for subsequent alterations and additions to the Hospital building, created by Selmec Engineering of Prince Albert in 1979 and Tomporowski Architectural Group Ltd. of Prince Albert in 1991. Includes: floor plans; details; electrical plans; and mechanical plans.

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