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Baldwin, Harold

  • R-7
  • Collection
  • 1955

Consists of the work "Aborigines of the Pei-Wei Trail, or How High Tor, Saskatchewan, Got It's Name!" 1955 (by Harold "Bob" Baldwin), and "Root House to Sky Splitter Via Wigwam Push-Up," ca. 1961.

Baldwin, Harold, 1888-1982

Die Mennonitische Rundschau (Winnipeg, Man.) collection

  • (S)Q 65
  • Collection
  • 1926-01-13 to 1944-07-05, 1947-02-12, 1947-11-12

Collection consists of original issues for Die Mennonitische Rundschau from January 13, 1926 to July 5, 1944; February 12, 1947; and November 12, 1947.

Continues: Mennonitische Rundschau und Herlold der Warheit, 1908.

Rundschau Pub. House

Girl Guides of Canada, Saskatchewan Council

  • R-939.1
  • Collection
  • ca. 1942-1987

Bylaws; catalogues and price lists; materials concerning camp rules, Canada Cord, Duke of Edinburgh's Award, McNab-Hedley Shield competition, property at Lebret; Canadian Guider special issue, 1979; Guidelines: A Story of the Girl Guides in Saskatchewan by Lilian Fairley; brief history, etc.

Historical Ownership Mapping Endeavour (HOME) Maps collection

  • A1393
  • Collection
  • 2005

Collection of maps containing Dominion Land Grant information, including the names, dates and legal land locations of the original land grants issued by the federal Department of the Interior, Dominion Lands Branch from 1871 to 1930 and by the Government of Saskatchewan, Lands Branch since 1930.

Each map includes an alphabetical index by surname.

Not all rural municipalities in Saskatchewan are included in this collection.

Regina and District Association for Community Living

  • R-1413
  • Collection
  • 1952-1990

Minutes, reports, memberships, financial statements, correspondence and program files of the Regina and District Association for Community Living and its predecessor organizations; audio tape and photographs.

Saskatchewan History magazine collection

  • PI-81
  • Collection
  • 1948-2014

Collection consists of issues for the journal Saskatchewan History that was published by the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan from 1948-2017. The magazine presented a colourful and provocative source of information and narration about Saskatchewan’s unique heritage. Issues included articles on the fur trade era, pioneer life, ethnic groups and immigration, the history of medicine and medical care, business and trade unionism, religion, women’s history, First Nations and Métis history, sports history, and many other facets of Saskatchewan’s past. The magazine regularly promoted, through photo essays, scholarly articles and general interest stories, features about the Provincial Archives’ diverse Permanent Collection and heritage and archives news from around the province.

Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History

  • R-1077
  • Collection
  • 1890-1953?

Various records collected by the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History including records relating to World War I; War to Peace newspaper article nos. 2-8 from Regina Daily Post, 1918-1919; a City of Regina Municipal Manual, 1915; a brochure entitled Saskatchewan Coal, issued by the Coal Mines Branch, Saskatchewan; an order of service for Decoration Day, 1922; pamphlet entitled Sir Ian Hamilton's Dispatch, 1915?; posters; pamphlet relating to Grant Hall hotel in Moose Jaw, 1928; the first cheque issued by the Government of Saskatchewan in 1905; red and blue pencils used in the 1903 election to the Legislative Assembly of the North-West Territories by candidates Jacob W. Smith and James Benjamin Hawkes along with related correspondence from P.H. Gordon dated 1952; the first flight covers of the Canada Air Mail Service relating to flights to/from Moose Jaw, Saskatoon and Regina, 1930; Women's National Land Service Corps Interim Report, February to September 1916 and Annual Report for October 1, 1917 to September 30, 1918; Fairmede Agricultural Society certificate of ownership of SW 1/4 10-13-1-W2 issued 1894; and publication entitled The Trumpet Call of National Currency, written by W.C. Paynter, secretary of the Canadian Currency and Banking Reform, Tantallon, Saskatchewan, February 1932; the personal journal of Mr. John Alexander Strutt kept during his residence in Fairmede, North-West Territories, 1890-1900; an undated road map entitled Saskatchewan Blazed Trails, issued by The Regina Map Company; programme for the inauguration service for the new organ at Westminster Church, Regina, 1914; photographs and postcards.

Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Arts Board

  • R-213
  • Collection
  • 1947-1964

Minutes, 1948-1960; financial records; newspaper clippings and news releases respecting various aspects of the arts; miscellaneous material concerning crafts, etc.