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Groome, Paul F.

  • R-1272.1
  • Bestanddeel
  • 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

Manitou Beach and Regina, Saskatchewan

(1) Exterior view of the Capitol Theatre, on the corner of 12th Avenue and Scarth Street in Regina. Image taken by Alex Gedo. [1992 or before].
2) View of salty foam on Manitou Beach, at Manitou Lake, July 1993. Image taken by Alex Gedo.
3) Postcard of Rainbow Danceland, at Manitou Beach, published by Color Productions, Regina, Saskatchewan. [ca. 1993]
4) Postcard of Manitou Springs Mineral Spa at Manitou Beach with view of men and women soaking in the water. Postcard published by Color Productions, Regina, Saskatchewan. Photograph taken by Jean Sproule. [ca. 1993].
5) Postcard of White's Swimming Pool, Manitou Beach, Watrous, Saskatchewan ca. 1922. Postcard is no. 6 in a series published by Photogelatine Engraving Co. Limited, Ottawa, Ontario.

Scrapbook compiled by Jean Oliver Allison

(1)-(171): Scrapbook consisting mainly of photographs of Stony Acres, the fieldstone house and acreage 12 miles west of Regina, Saskatchewan owned by Jean O. Allison (1909-2003). Scrapbook includes interior and exterior views of the house, the antiques, the yard in various seasons, and animals, including horses and dogs; photographs of social events; exterior views of City of Regina Health Department, Walton Health Centre; articles regarding Maureen Forrester; an obituary/eulogy for Reg Hawe, 1993; bulletins dated October 13, 1963 and December 8, 1968 for Lakeview United Church in Regina with references to the Allison family; and obituaries for Maxwell (Max) Bruce Cody, John E. Allison, and Mrs. Mary Adeline Allison.

(172)-(181): Postcards originally stored loose in the scrapbook relating to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building (captioned Night Lights) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

(182): Aerial view of Stony Acres taken by Heenan, 1979.