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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.

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 09 Feb. 1979 - 11 Feb. 1979

  • FILM S-1317
  • Item
  • 1979-02-09 to 1979-02-11

News: (1) Mervyn Leir on fire at King George Hotel. (2) Fireman Bruce Jones on fire at King George Hotel. (3 to 5) King George Hotel fire footage. (6) Bowling for millions. Includes CFQC reporters, Mayor Cliff Wright and Roy Romanow bowling. (7 to 9) Roy Romanow speaks at press conference on constitution amendments, and cable television broadcasting. (10) Proposed site and drawings for new Atrium office complex. (11) Accident at Acklands Body Shop. (12 & 13) Sandi Coleman's intro/extro on North Battleford's new air terminal. (14) North Battleford airport. (15 to 17) Mr. Cameron of North Battleford on taxidermy. Mr. Cameron's wildlife work.

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.)

Ceepee Bridge, Saskatchewan: sketch - bridge foundation plan and ferry route

  • B57.10 (S)
  • Item
  • 1935

Item is a sketch for the Ceepee Bridge project showing bridge foundation plan and ferry route.

Ceepee Bridge (now known as Borden Bridge) was constructed over the North Saskatchewan River between Saskatoon and the Battlefords in November 1936.by R.J. Arrand Construction Company of Saskatoon with engineering / design by Chalmers Jack Mackenzie and Beverley A. Evans. The bridge opened in 1937 and closed in 1985.

Canada. Dept. of Public Works

Ceepee, Sask.: bridge over the North Saskatchewan River: end bearing girder span No. 7

  • B57.12 (S)
  • Item
  • 193-?

Item is a technical/architectural drawing for the Ceepee bridge over the North Saskatchewan River showing end bearing girder span No. 7.

Ceepee Bridge (now known as Borden Bridge) was constructed over the North Saskatchewan River between Saskatoon and the Battlefords in November 1936.by R.J. Arrand Construction Company of Saskatoon with engineering / design by Chalmers Jack Mackenzie and Beverley A. Evans. The bridge opened in 1937 and closed in 1985.

Canada. Dept. of Public Works

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