September 13, 1979 issue of Heritage Gazette, a newsletter published by the Administration Centre for Sport, Culture and Recreation in Regina, Saskatchewan. Issue features the Land Titles Building, the official home for the Administration Centre and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.
Article on the Land Titles Building in Regina published in the Regina Sun, June 15, 1997. Article includes sketch of building by William Argan.
Item is a photocopy of a map showing the railways, trails, and telegraph lines used in the Riel Rebellion of 1885 for the districts of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Keewatin, Assiniboia, and Manitoba, along with parts of Montana and North Dakota. Along top edge of sheet are illustrations of: Qu'Appelle Valley; Sir John A. MacDonald; and Medicine Hat (showing bridge crossing over South Saskatchewan River); along bottom edge of sheet are illustrations of: Kopiassiswean (alternately known as Koriassiswean or Bird Skin) based on photograph taken near Calgary in 1884; Major General Sir Frederick Dobson Middleton; crossed rifles with bayonets; "Savage Indian Warfare" - a depiction of a First Nations' warrior standing over a prone figure with a raised arm; Louis Riel; crossed tomahawk and Indian pipe; and Ne-Raip-A-Shaw.
Item is a reproduction of an image originally created about 1942, as an illustration for the 1944 Hudson's Bay Company calendar that shows an 1828 view of the Hudson's Bay Company's chief trader Archibald McDonald (1790-1853) and his party descending rapids on the Fraser River in an area above the present town of Yale, B.C.
File part consists of a blank Saskatchewan Archives' questionnaire pertaining to local government, and a picture of a stone house (built in 1908).
Questionnaire number 10 on local government was organized into sections on: statute labour districts and local improvement districts before 1908; township local improvement districts and rural municipalities after 1908; villages; and towns and cities.