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Argue's caterpillar tractor

  • R-A10075
  • File part
  • 1911

Unidentified man sitting in driver's seat of Argue's caterpillar tractor. Note metal frame wheel at front and tracks at rear.

Biog. - Burton, Earl Allan

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Burton, Earl Allan
  • File part
  • 1957

Letter from Mrs. Earla Burton to the Department of Natural Resources, requesting that her son, Earl Allan Burton, 1918-1943, have a Saskatchewan lake named after him as a tribute to a soldier who died in World War II, July 6, 1957. 2 p.

Biog. - Cousins, William

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Cousins, William
  • File part
  • ca. 1936

Article called "William Cousins of Medicine Hat: Crackerbox Bill Save the Day for Him in 1883". It is about William Cousins, b. 1856, celebrating his 80th birthday, source unknown, [1936?]. 1 p. Cousins was a Medicine Hat merchant, mayor and publisher.

Biog. - Doak, Algernon

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Doak, Algernon
  • File part
  • 1963-07-04

Funeral annoucement for Judge Algernon Doak, 1876-1963, who was an early pioneer in Prince Albert, Leader-Post, Regina.

Biog. - Esmay, Robert

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Esmay, Robert
  • File part
  • 1954-1955

Copy of letters from Mrs. H.C. Atton of Gallivan, Sask. to the Minister of Natural Resources, that includes biographical information about Robert Esmay, 1921-1943. This information was obtained in the naming of geographical locations in Saskatchewan after soldiers who died in World War II. 3 p.

Biog. - Glacken, Pete

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Glacken, Pete
  • File part
  • 1955-08-06

Article called, "Pioneer Regina Man Recalls Varied Career in Province," and is about Pete Glacken, Leader-Post, Regina, August 6, 1955. 1 p.

Biog. - Harper, Philip

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Harper, Philip
  • File part
  • 195-?

Copy of the Department of Natural Resource application form for the naming of a Saskatchewan geographical location after a serviceman who died in World War II: Philip Harper, 1917-1944. 1 p.

Biog. - McPherson, Donald Mighton

  • Clippings File - Biog. - McPherson, Donald Mighton
  • File part
  • between 1967 and 1999

Biographical sketch on Donald Mighton McPherson, former member of the Saskatchewan Legislature and General Manager of McPherson & Son Ltd.

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