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Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, 1923-
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Bill Story #1

  • FILM S-2214
  • Item
  • 196-?

News: (1) Otto Lang interviewed about barley, the beef industry, the House of Commons Agriculture Committee and rapeseed (canola); (2) Silent footage of the Bradford Ranch Ltd. Charolais cattle; (3) Unknown person (possibly D. T. McFarlane) discusses the Livestock Loans Guarantee Act; (4) footage of a feedlot; (5) shots of the Prairie River Wheat Pool elevator; (6) operation of the Bradford Ranch; (7) Lanigan pig farm overlay; (8) Interview with Jack Messer outside the Lanigan Pig Farm re: the business of farming; (9) Interview of a Dr. Bell re: soybean protein versus beef protein and the future of the livestock industry; (10) footage of the Beef Cattle Research Project and the Animal Science Department R.O.P. Beef Cattle Test Station at the University of Saskatchewan; (11) Opening of Pool operations at Radisson; (12) Exterior shots of Government elevators; (13) Exterior shots of the old and new buildings at the University of Saskatchewan; (14) Exterior shots of workers finishing a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool building; (15) Riders and horses at a competition; (16) Ross Thatcher speaking at the opening of the Birch Hills feedlot; (17) Exterior and interior shots of Kindersley; (18) shots of a speaker and a crowd followed by shots of potato production.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

Blumenhof and other communities in Saskatchewan

Images accumulated and used by John Ens of Regina, Saskatchewan mainly during his residence on the family farm near Blumenhof, Saskatchewan and while serving overseas during World War II. The majority of photographs relating to Blumenhof were taken in the 1920s and 1930s. John Ens was the son of Franz and Anna Ens. His siblings included Bernhard, Franz, Aganetha, Peter, Katherine, Anna, Isaac, Jacob, Corny, and Helen.

Blumenhof and other communities in Saskatchewan

Images accumulated and used by John Ens of Regina, Saskatchewan mainly during his residence on the family farm near Blumenhof, Saskatchewan and while serving overseas during World War II. The majority of photographs relating to Blumenhof were taken in the 1920s and 1930s. John Ens was the son of Franz and Anna Ens. His siblings included Bernhard, Franz, Aganetha, Peter, Katherine, Anna, Isaac, Jacob, Corny, and Helen.

Johnsen, Carl Bernard

Records concerning farming and beekeeping; annual reports of Algrove Co-operative Association Limited, Archerwill Cooperative Association, and Echo Lake Cooperative Association Ltd.; programme and related documents concerning 25th anniversary of Co-op Refinery, Regina, 1960; speech delivered by Fred A. Dewhurst at the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) annual constituency convention in Wynyard, Saskatchewan on June 19, 1965; materials concerning credit unions, Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, Workers' Educational Association of Canada, North-West Line Elevators Association, Saskatchewan Beekeepers Association, Saskatchewan Honey Board, Saskatchewan Honey Producers' Cooperative Marketing Association Ltd., Tisdale Co-operative Association Ltd., University of Saskatchewan, and Western Development Museum, etc. File 8 includes the Dahlton Times.

Johnsen, Carl Bernard, 1900-1984

Vacation with Purpose

  • FILM R-1285
  • Item
  • 1946

Documentary: This film documents the 1946 automobile tour by the co-operative members from twelve states. Starting in Superior-Duluth, they travel to Manitoba and Saskatchewan where co-op enterprises are examined along the way. The tour arrives in Regina for the National Convention of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), and meets such persons as Frank Scott, David Lewis, M.J. Goldwell, Sam Watson and T.C. Douglas. Regina scenes include downtown buildings and Saskatchewan Wheat Pool employees on their tennis courts. Also contains scenes of Moose Jaw, Davidson and Saskatoon.

Co-op Film Service, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Vacation with Purpose

  • VT R-9196
  • Item
  • 1946

Documentary: This film documents the 1946 automobile tour by the co-operative members from twelve states. Starting in Superior-Duluth, they travel to Manitoba and Saskatchewan where co-op enterprises are examined along the way. The tour arrives in Regina for the National Convention of the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), and meets such persons as Frank Scott, David Lewis, M.J. Goldwell, Sam Watson and T.C. Douglas. Regina scenes include downtown buildings and Saskatchewan Wheat Pool employees on their tennis courts. Also contains scenes of Moose Jaw, Davidson and Saskatoon.

Co-op Film Service, Minneapolis, Minnesota