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Plaques on National sites and monuments board monuments, various sizes

  • R-A4224 (1)-(10)
  • Item
  • 1923 or after

Items are a series of images showing plaques produced by the National Sites and Monuments Board for display at the following sites: (1) Batoche; (2) [Fort] Battleford; (3) Cumberland House; (4) Cut Knife Hill; (5) Duck Lake; (6) Fish Creek; (7) Fort à la Corne; (8) Fort Battleford; (9) Fort Livingstone; and (10) Fort Walsh.

Prince Albert Historical Society Tape #41

  • MI-13432
  • Item
  • 194?

This item consists of copies of three films created in the 1940s and later donated to the Prince Albert Historical Society from the estate of Myrtle Strangways, an educator and amateur cinematographer. The content of the films includes: black bears, squirrels and birds in the forest and at a campsite; ski jumping and downhill skiing; cross-country skiing; several parades, including military personnel, Royal Canadian Mounted Police personnel, horseback riders, and children; an Athlone I.O.D.E. pet parade; a convoy of Bombardier snow machines and military personnel carrying skis; a McCormick farm implement in use during harvest; a team of farm horses; an aerial demonstration of two Royal Canadian Air Force yellow chipmunk planes; a float plane; rapids; and sightseeing in the Canadian Rockies and Niagara Falls.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Images depicting members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) engaged in various activities, including investigative and training activities, mainly in British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan. None of the officers or civilians are identified. Includes images taken at F Division in Regina, Saskatchewan including an aerial view of the site and an exterior view of the RCMP Chapel in winter. Modes of transportation depicted include airplanes; helicopters; Harley-Davidson motorcycles; snowmobiles (ski-doo); boats and squad cars. A few of the images were taken by the Government of Saskatchewan Photographic Services agency.

Scenes in Regina, Saskatchewan

(1): Image of unidentified man standing next to an automobile with houses in the background in Regina, Saskatchewan. 1921.

(2): Postcard of the Allen Theatre, Regina with interior and exterior views. 1918 or after.

(3)-(4): Images of an unidentified man wearing a cowboy hat, scarf, gloves and chaps standing in a riding corral. R.C.M.P. Barracks is written on the photographs. 19--.

(5)-(10): Images of a parade celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Canadian Confederation in 1927 in Regina, Saskatchewan. Includes images of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) float, Fathers of Confederation float, Hudson's Bay Company, Regina float and Regina Boat Club float.

(11)-(13): Unidentified men and women, possibly First Nations, with two RCMP officers in Regina. 19--.