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Saskatchewan Peace Council fonds

  • F 435
  • Fonds
  • 1948-1961

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used from 1949 to 1961 by the secretary of the Saskatchewan Peace Council.

The types of records included are correspondence, administrative files, briefs and submissions, membership lists of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly, speeches and transcripts, publicity material (petition forms, posters, announcements, advertisements, and parade float designs), publications and serials, photographs, posters, postcards, pencil drawings, maps, and sound recordings (of Jim (James Gareth) Endicott [1898-1993]).

No series were identified within the fonds.

Saskatchewan Peace Council, 1949-

Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame programme, newsletter, drawing

Programme for the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame Special Installation Dinner on September 13, 1979 at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina. Includes biographical sketches of inductees Bill Clarke and George Reed and a list of all individuals and teams inducted into the Hall of Fame since 1966.

September 13, 1979 (Land Titles Edition) of the Heritage Gazette, published by the Administration Centre for Sport, Culture and Recreation. The publication contains articles relating to the Land Titles Building on Victoria Avenue in Regina; a brief history of Saskatchewan's Land Registration System; and biographical information on Bill Clarke and George Reed.

Copy of drawing by J. McAnsh of the Land Titles Building in Regina issued by Saskatchewan Culture and Youth to commemorate the dedication of the Province of Saskatchewan's First Heritage Building on September 13, 1979.

Sketches of buildings in Regina, Saskatchewan by Frank Kaszas

Sketches of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building and the Old City Hall in Regina, Saskatchewan by Frank Kaszas. The sketches are on aluminum or stainless steel.

The following biographical information was included with the sketches: Frank Kaszas is a Saskatchewan artist, who is well recognized for his drawings and paintings. He paints all mediums. He received his basic training in Hungary. His work has been shown at the McKenzie Art Gallery in connections with CKCK Art Show in 1976, 1982 and 1986: at the Dunlop Art Gallery and Gallery on the Roof. His paintings and drawings are in many private and corporate collections across Canada.