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Louise Simard fonds

  • BF 10
  • Fonds
  • 1946-1995

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used from 1986 to 1995 by Louise Simard in her political career as: Saskatchewan New Democratic Party (NDP) Opposition Health Critic and Women's Issues Critic; Minister of Health; Minister Responsible for the Women's Secretariat/Status of Women; member of the Saskatchewan NDP Caucus; and MLA for Regina Hillsdale and Regina Lakeview.

This fonds includes a small volume of records created by Patricia Atkinson in 1986 and 1987 as NDP Opposition Health Critic.
This fonds has been arranged into seven series: Opposition Critic; Minister of Health - November 1, 1991 to December 31, 1992; Minister of Health - 1993; Minister Responsible for the Status of Women/Women's Secretariat; Speeches; Political; and MLA/Constituency.

The Minister of Health - 1991 to 1992 series has been arranged into twenty-five sub-series: Organizations; Health Issues; Saskatchewan Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission; Communications Branch; Community Health - Prevention and Treatment Services; Continuing Care Branch; Family Planning Program; Health Promotion Branch; Laboratory and Disease Control Services Branch; Medical Care Insurance Branch; Mental Health Services Branch; Policy and Health Economics Branch; Other Provinces; Planning and Construction Branch; Hospital Services Branch - Urban and Rural; Prescription Drug Services Branch; Vital Statistics Branch; Northern Health Services Branch; Federal Government; Inquiries and Concerns; Saskatchewan Health Services Authority; Health Services Utilization and Research Commission; Premier's Correspondence; Health Reform; and Other Government Departments.

The Minister of Health - 1993 series has been arranged into twenty-five sub-series: Communications; Continuing Care; Finance & Administration; Health Planning and Policy Development; Human Resources Branch; Laboratory & Disease Control; Medical Care Insurance Branch; Mental Health Services Branch; Northern Health Services; Prescription Drug Services; Prevention Services Branch; Rural Hospital Services; Treatment Services Branch; Urban Hospital Services; Vital Statistics Branch; Wellness & Health Promotion; Premier's Correspondence; Government MLA's; Opposition MLA's; Federal Government; Other Provinces; General Inquiries and Referrals; Organizations/Associations; Boards/Commissions; and Issues.

The Minister Responsible for the Status of Women/Women's Secretariat series has been arranged into two sub-series: November 1, 1991 to December 31, 1992; and 1993. Both sub-series include the following four sub-sub-series: General Administration; Issues; Women's Organizations/Associations; and Status of Women.

The Speeches series has been arranged into six sub-series: November 1, 1991 to December 31, 1992; 1993; 1994; January to February, 1995; Other MLA's; and Undated.

The MLA/Constituency series includes two sub-series: Regina Lakeview and Regina Hillsdale.

No sub-series have been assigned to the records in the Opposition Critic series and Political series.

The types of records included are correspondence, memoranda, reports, newspaper clippings, newsletters, briefs and submissions, news releases, budget material, briefing material, photographs, posters, moving images and a sound recording.

Political records were separated out and identified as a distinct series.
This fonds is missing MLA/constituency records and records Simard created in 1994 and 1995 as Minister of Health and Minister Responsible for various portfolios.

Simard, Louise, 1947-

E.M. Culliton fonds

  • F 14
  • Fonds
  • 1867, 1901-2002 (predominant: 1930-1959)

This fonds consists of records created; accumulated and used by E.M. Culliton as: Provincial Secretary and as Minister-without-Portfolio in the government of William John Patterson; chair and member of several committees and commissions of inquiry; participant in the Catholic Church; and lawyer practicing in Gravelbourg; Saskatchewan.

Also included are constituency records Culliton created, accumulated, and used as the Liberal Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly for Gravelbourg; and as a Liberal caucus member.

A small volume of records created between 1980 and 1984 by John Archer as Secretary of the Saskatchewan Government Insurance Building Sale Inquiry are included.

The types of records included are correspondence; reports; memorandum; transcripts; agendas and minutes; certificates; working papers; reference material; invitations; clippings; speeches; yearbooks; submissions and briefs; commission exhibits; legal opinions and precedent files; photographs; audio reels; videocassettes; map; printing plate; account books and financial statements.

This fonds is missing records Culliton created as minister-in-charge of the King's Printer and Bureau of Publications; as Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan; and as Chief Justice of Saskatchewan.

No series have been identified in collection R-824.

Collection R-839 has been arranged into three series: Thatcher, Colin - Preliminary Hearing; SGI Building Sale Inquiry; Commission of Inquiry Concerning Activities of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (McDonald Commission).

Collection R-1445 has been arranged into seven series: Canadian Judicial Council Seminars; Culliton Commission - Review of Saskatchewan Power Corporation Rates and Public Participation in the Rate Setting Process; Culliton Inquiry into Conflict of Interest Guidelines - 1986; Miscellaneous; Order of Canada; Precedent Files; Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Collection R-1445 includes two videocassettes (assigned identifiers/ MI-13487 and MI-13488) that contain footage of a tribute to Senator Dave Steuart on November 10, 1990 at the Sheraton Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan. The tribute, with master of ceremonies Ralph Goodale, was filmed by Minds Eye Pictures, Regina.

Collection R-1516 has been arranged into eight series: General Files; Commissions and Panels of Inquiry; Legal Series; Constitution of Canada; Working Papers and Reference Reports; Canadian Judicial Council; Certificates of Recognition and Achievement; Programmes and Invitations; Photographs-Miscellaneous.

R-E2419 contains a thank you letter to E.M. Culliton from C.A. Dunning (Chairman, Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Limited).

Public, private and court records are contained in this fonds.

Culliton, E.M., 1906-1991

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-

Village of Liberty fonds

  • F 453
  • Fonds
  • 1925-1992 (predominant: 1977-1992)

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used from 1925 to 1992 by the secretary-treasurer (1925-c.1985) and village administrator (c.1985-1992) of the Village of Liberty, Saskatchewan.

The types of records included are correspondence, memoranda, land use reports, fire inspection reports; tenders/bids; water treatment test and inspection results; registration certificates for water treatment equipment; workers compensation rate assessments; financial statements; budget material, promotional literature, photographs, maps and an architectural drawing.

No series were identified within the fonds.

Liberty (Sask.)

James Scotland Bulloch fonds

  • F 54
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1959

Fonds primarily consists of records relating to James Bulloch's activities as a military band leader. Included are news clippings, publications, music sheets, and correspondence.

The fonds includes photographs relating mainly to Bulloch's activities as a fireman, naval officer, band leader and Drum Major for the Wa Wa Temple Drum Patrol in Regina, Saskatchewan. Included are images relating to Regina Rifle Regiment Bugle and Drum Band; Saskatchewan Auxiliary Territorial Service, Regina Battalion band; Regina Boys' Pipe Band. Image 107 is an exterior view of the No. 5 Fire Hall in Regina ca. 1930.

Bulloch, James Scotland, 1889-1956

Saskatchewan Provincial Woman's Christian Temperance Union fonds

  • F 68
  • Fonds
  • 1886-1979

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by the Saskatchewan Provincial Woman's Christian Temperance Union. The records, which date from 1886 to 1979, were created by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union at the local, provincial, national and international levels. Records relating to the Young Woman's Christian Temperance Union; the Mrs. Robert Sinton Memorial Committee and the Loyal Temperance Legions in Regina are included.

Records of the Canadian Union include publications relating to medal contests; constitution and by-laws (1970); convention reports and proceedings (1932-1972); pamphlets and brochures (ca. 1886-1960); reports (1970-1978) and a scrapbook (ca. 1946).

Records created by the Alberta and Saskatchewan Union include convention programmes and reports (1909-1912).

Records created by the Saskatchewan Provincial Union include leaflets, convention programs and proceedings (1913-1978); histories including "A Goodly Heritage: A Synoptic View of the History of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Saskatchewan, Canada, 1913-1973"; minutes of full executive, sub-executive and annual meetings (1937-1979); constitution (1978) ; financial records including the provincial treasurer's record of receipts and disbursements (1916-1976) and photographs of delegates to conventions, individuals associated with the organization and winners of a national temperance study course.

Records of Saskatchewan district and local Unions consist mainly of minutes; membership lists; reports; financial statements; historical sketches; programmes, and scrapbooks. The district and local Unions represented include Briercrest; Drinkwater; Lumsden; Macoun; Moose Jaw; North Battleford; Parkdale; Qu'Appelle; Regina Central; Regina Northside; Regina Westside; Rouleau; Saskatoon and Soo Line.

Records relating to the International Union include convention reports and proceedings (1937-1962); lectures and a scrapbook relating to the World Convention in Vancouver, 1953.

The fonds also contains various W.C.T.U. publications, such as Canada's White Ribbon Bulletin; the Canadian White Ribbon Tidings; the Canadian W.C.T.U. Medal Contest Book; the Dominion W.C.T.U. Reciter; the W.C.T.U. National Educator; The Temperance Advocate; The Union Signal and various publications written by and about Frances E. Willard.

F 68, file 1 includes records created, accumulated and used by Ethel Kollin of the WCTU, Saskatoon Union and consists mainly of newspaper clippings from The Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon; minutes of meetings, 1977-1990; 1989-1990 correspondence relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages at sidewalk cafes and other public places in Saskatoon; and leaflets and publications relating mainly to tobacco and alcohol use.

Saskatchewan Provincial Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1912-197-?

William Robert Bell and his fellow soldiers

  • GM-PH-402
  • Item
  • ca. 1875

Item is a cabinet card photograph of William Robert Bell seated in centre of image at a writing desk (with desk at oblique angle to camera) and soldiers standing on either side of him. Bell holds a writing instrument in one hand (posed over a piece of paper), and a sword in other other, while his military cap rests on the table. Soldier on proper left stands with one hand to his hip and the other hand resting on the hilt of his sword. Soldier on proper right is leaning one hand on Bell's chair back and the other hand on his sword.

Scenes of the William Robert Bell farm

  • GM-PH-403 (1)-(4)
  • Item
  • ca. 1884

Items are four photographs depicting scenes from the William Robert Bell farm:
(1) Item is an image of the round stone barn, portable wooden granaries, sulky plows, and a wagon. Standing on proper left of image is a man wearing a dark jacket, identified as William Robert Bell. Two additional subjects are visible in image, but are unidentified; first subject is position between the portable granaries and the second is in the doorway of the barn.

(2) Item is an image of a horse and six men in front of the stone headquarters house on the Bell farm. Lone figure positioned on proper left of image is identified as William Robert Bell.

(3) Item is an image of a First Nations young woman with a wooden barn on the proper left of the image.

(4) Item is an image of First Nations man standing in front of a teepee (tipi), with an additional teepee on either side of the image. Beside the teepee on the proper right of image is a Red River cart.

Hall and Lowe (Firm)

William Robert Bell family farm buildings

  • GM-PH-406 (1)-(2)
  • Item
  • ca. 1892

Items are photographs depicting different buildings on the William Robert Bell family farm:
(1) Item shows two cottages with wood-frames, vertical siding, and wooden (cedar?) shingles. Lone woman is standing in the doorway of a nearest building and a man and woman stand next to second building.

(2) Item is an image of a stone cottage with a smaller stone barn on proper right side of image. In front of the barn are several chickens and a carriage.

Thom, A. B.

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