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Artwork of William George Reginald Hobbs

Photographs of paintings done by Dr. William G. Hobbs, a physician, surgeon and artist who resided in Gainsborough, Saskatchewan. The paintings were submitted to the Saskatchewan Olympics and the Arts Selection Committee for an art exhibition at the Olympics in Montreal, Quebec in 1976.

(1): Painting entitled The Journey (part of the Immigration - The Departure series).

(2): Painting entitled The Destination, showing the exterior of a two-storey building with Limerick written on the side. 1975.

(3): Painting entitled The Journey, with railroad tracks in the foreground and grain elevators and other buildings in the background.

(4): Painting entitled Clondesley, a portrait of a young boy with a bird and bird's nest with four blue eggs in it.

(5): Painting entitled England, showing a view out of a open window with a wooden frame. A church steeple is in the background with a tankard and other items in foreground.

(6): Portrait of Britannia Ingrid Hobbs, showing a girl with blond hair and freckles with a black and yellow bird perched on her finger.

(7): Self portrait of Dr. Hobbs at the School of Arts, Fort San, entitled Who Calls? Who Calls?. 1975.

(8): Painting of dilapadated log barn with field in background.

(9): Painting of Gainsborough church in winter with children skating on dug-out in background.

(10)-(11): Surrealist images of flower (iris) with poem. 1975.

Campagne, Lesperance, Sealey and Wheatley families

(1): Image of Elsie Wheatley and Floraine Ching (on left) seated in a buggy. Ching is holding a doll in her right arm. ca. 1933. Elsie Wheatley, daughter of William and Gertie (Wilson) Wheatley, was born on March 8, 1917.

(2): Image of Elsie Shelly (nee Wheatley), bride, and John F. Shelly, groom, with Martha O'Reilly, bridesmaid, and Emile Campagne, best man. They were married on July 5, 1949 in St. Peter's Anglican Church in Scout Lake, Saskatchewan.

(3): Image of Elsie Shelly (nee Wheatley), bride, and Mrs. Myrtle Sealey, at Elsie's wedding on July 5, 1949.

(4): Image of Douglas Sealey standing in front of St. Peter's Anglican Church in Scout Lake, Saskatchewan while he attended the wedding of Elsie and John Wheatley on July 5, 1949. Sealey served as reeve of the Rural Municipality of Willow Bunch No. 42 in the mid 1950s.

(5): Donald Sealey, son of Douglas Sealey, and his wife and child, standing next to St. Peter's Anglican Church in Scout Lake, Saskatchewan while attending the wedding of Elsie and John Wheatley on July 5, 1949.

(6): Image of John Wheatley, who came to Saskatchewan from England and homesteaded in the Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan area in 1910. He is seated on a chair next to a brick building. [1910 or after].

(7): Portrait of Alexis Lesperance Sr., seated on a chair with a nature scene in the background. [1924 or before].

(8): Image of Edmond Lesperance, son of Alexis Lesperance Sr., standing near the entrance on a building with a dog in the background. 1942.

(9): Head and shoulders portrait of Alexis Lesperance Jr., son of Edmond Lesperance.

(10): Image of Louis Campagne seated on a chair.

(11): Image of Dollard Bissonnette, Gerard Bissonnette and Emile Campagne in front of an automobile. [1942 or 1943].

(12): Image of Paul Campagne and his children, Louise and Emile Campagne, standing in front of a Model T touring car. [ca. 1929].

(13): Image of Paul and Marie (Viala) Campagne and their children, Emile and Louise Alice Campagne, standing in front of a Model T car. [ca. 1926].

(14): Image of Emile Campagne seated on the wooden step of a building with a dog in his arms. [ca. 1945].

(15): Exterior view of Paul Campagne's house, west of Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan, where his son, Emile Campagne, was born. An automobile is parked in front of the house. 1926.

(16): View of the Campagne farm in the Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan district with a 1937 Ford automobile parked by a large mound of grain. [1940s].

(17): Group photograph of members of the Credit Union group, possibly in Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan. Emile Campagne is standing in the middle row, fourth from the left. [1950s?]

Cuthbert James Grant

  • R-A537 (1)-(2)
  • Item
  • 189-?

Item is a photographic reproduction of a pencil portrait of Cuthbert James Grant.

Greer and Carlisle families

(1): Studio portrait of Deb Harvey Carlisle (left) and Melvin Leroy Carlisle (right), 1908.
(2): Group of men and boys in front of Obthorpe School soon after its construction was completed. Frederick Ashton Greer is sitting at the top of the stairs by the door. The school was located in the Kincaid, Saskatchewan district. [1912 or after].
(3): Group photograph of sergeants of the 2nd South Saskatchewan Regiment in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, March 1941. Melvin Leroy Carlisle is standing in the second row from the back on the right side.
(4): Group photograph of 11 Plt B Coy, 2nd South Saskatchewan Regiment, in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, March 1941. Melvin Leroy Carlisle is seated on the left.

Groome, Paul F.

  • R-1272.1
  • File
  • 1907-1959

Records created, accumulated and used by Paul F. Groome (1896-1992) of Regina, Saskatchewan as follows: minutes of Rae Street Methodist Church, Regina, Saskatchewan, July 10, 1907 to February 20, 1912; minutes of Sixth Avenue United Church, Regina, April 6, 1936 to October 1, 1951; "minutes of the Young Men's Christian Association of Regina, Saskatchewan covering the period from 1890 to 1959" by Paul F. Groome and related source materials; Institute of Power Engineers decal; Western Canada Firemens' Association convention badge, 1908; and photographs relating mainly to Regina, Saskatchewan and its pioneers (including Harry Hourie, William Wallace Gibson, Zachary M. Hamilton, George Barr and Mrs. George Barr); electric power plants; and the activities and facilities of the YMCA, including its camps, swimming pool; Rae Street Methodist Church; Sixth Avenue United Church; St. John's United Church; Regina Boat Club regattas on Wascana Lake. Groome was employed as an engineer at the Regina Municipal Power Plant from 1929 to 1961.

Groome, Paul F., 1896-1992

Hadden family

(1): Unidentified men standing with threshing equipment on the Hadden farm near Melfort, Saskatchewan. "Hadden Tractors" is written in reverse on the image.

(2): Picture postcard with view of Pleasant Valley, south-west of Melfort, Saskatchewan in 1916. The postcard includes a message written by Edwin Hadden to his wife.

(3): Edwin P. Hadden and Larry Porter in uniform, ca. 1916.

(4): Postcard of an Indian travois photographed and copyrighted by Byron Harmon, Banff, Alberta.

(5): Studio portrait of Edwin P. Hadden in Melfort Chief of Police uniform, 1921.

(6): Edwin P. Hadden and his sister, Christina Hadden, standing in a horse-drawn wagon on the Hadden farm near Melfort, 1915.

(7): O.S. Gunderson demonstrating new tractor and plow for breaking land near Melfort, [1922 or 1928].

(8): Three men standing with tractor and plow, breaking prairie sod on homestead. [1922 or 1928].

(9): Jean Shaw Rathan Aber seated outside with a dog, while visiting Melfort. 1924.

(10): Gunderson demonstrating tractor near Melfort [1922 or 1928].

(11): Christina Hadden and Lillian Jackson seated on the step in front of a house in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

(12): Ina Campbell seated on the railing of a house in Melfort holding a musical instrument. 1920.

(13): Christina (Hadden) McRae and Lillian Jackson seated on the steps of a building, possibly in California.

(14): Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Christina (Hadden) McRae standing in front of a building. ca. 1922.

(15)-(17): Group of men, including Edwin P. Hadden, standing in front of a CNR train in Saskatoon. The photo is captioned C.N.R. Investigation Dept. 1935 Regina Riots. Some of the individuals are identified.

(18): Group photograph of members of Transcona Pipe Band, including James McIntosh, Donald Sutherland and Alex Maclennan. [1930s?].

(19): Group photograph of members of St. Andrews Church Boys Pipe Band, Saskatoon, including Duncan Campbell and John Hadden [1936 or 1937].

According to information provided by the donor, Edwin P. Hadden farmed in the Melfort, Saskatchewan district before enlisting in World War One and serving in France. After the War, he served as Chief of Police in Melfort and in the late 1920s, he joined the police force of the Canadian National Railways (CNR) in Melville. In the late 1930s, he served with the police force in Saskatoon before moving to Calgary, Alberta and enlisting in World War Two.

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