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CBC. News clips. 1955

  • FILM S-1583
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1955

News segments: (1) Streets scenes in Moscow, USSR (Russia). (2) Vita, Manitoba aftermath of storm? (3) Unidentified man and woman on murder in Mississippi. (4) Unidentified mass gathering in Buenos Aires. (5) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip with two of their children in Scotland. (6) Queen Elizabeth II and family at Braemar games in Scotland. (7) Unidentified people arrive in Quebec. (8) Revolution in Argentina. (9) Speed boat racing. Bluebird boat sinks. (10) Unidentified footage in Ontario. (11) Greta Garbo at airport in Paris. (12) Marlene Dietrich performing in Las Vegas.

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.)

Tuxford, George S.

  • R-418
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 1884-1912

Letters written by George S. Tuxford to his parents and brother in Wales and letters written to Tuxford from his wife while he was in the Yukon, 1898-1899. Correspondence during the years he was in grammar school in England, 1884-1887; and the years he was farming in the Moose Jaw district, 1888-1912. Informative correspondence regarding the homesteading experience, agricultural marketing, and social life.

George S. Tuxford (1870-1942) was a farmer and a soldier.

MythQuest series

This series consists of records pertaining to MythQuest, a family and youth drama television series co-produced by Minds Eye Pictures and VIP Pictures in association with TiMe Film Produktion and David Braun Productions. The thirteen-episode series focuses on Alex and Cleo Bellows, siblings who have discovered a portal to a world of mythology created by their father who has disappeared. They undertake mythic adventures in the altered dimension in search of their father. MythQuest was broadcast on the Public Broadcasting Service in the United States, and on Showcase and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Canada. The production received 2002 Saskatchewan Motion Picture Industry Association Showcase Awards for best art direction, costume design, makeup and an open category award; a 2002 Golden Sheaf Award at the Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival for best children's production; and a Platinum Award for best family/children's television series at the 2002 Houston International Film Festival.

The executive producers of MythQuest were Wolfram Tichy (TiMe), Kevin DeWalt (Minds Eye) and David Braun. Producers were Josh Miller, Ray Sager, Knut Winkler and Tom Szolossi. It was directed by Stefan Scaini, Manfred Guthe, Nicholas Kendall, Rob King and Paul Schneider. Writers were Ian Barr, Lienhard Wawrzyn, Jeffrey Cohen, Tracey Forbes, Jeanne Heal, Gillian Horvath, Peter Mohan, Morrie Ruvinsky, Barbara Sapergia and Tom Szolossi. The cast of MythQuest included Christopher Jacot, Meredith Henderson, Joseph Kell, Wendy Anderson, Matthew Walker, Bill Switzer, Leslie Malton and Shaun Johnston.

Moving image records consist of: film to video transfers and elements tapes (MI-7950 to MI-8154); screeners, Rob King versions of episodes, and dubs of international and not-for-broadcast masters (MI-8155 to MI-8172); closed captioned masters and clones for PBS, Showcase and CBC (MI-8173 to MI-8212); edited drop frame masters (MI-8212 to MI-8228); international masters and a sub master (MI-8229 to MI-8242); colour-corrected masters and clones (MI-8243 to MI-8274); and VHS screeners of most episodes (MI-8275 to MI-8286). Accompanying certain master tapes were disks containing data relating to the post-production process.

Sound recordings consist of digital audio tape masters for international and Canadian versions of the production's episodes.

Textual records include episode binders; daily production files; scripts; shooting schedules; and publicity materials.

Figaro (Paris, France) collection

  • NP 618
  • Fondo
  • 1885-11-10

Consists of page 2 for Le Figaro from November 10, 1885, containing an article about Louis Riel.

Belgium: Marche 9

  • B48.2 (S)
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1916

Section 9 map of Belgium that indicates townships, hamlets, canals or waterways, chateaus, farms, church or chapel towers, forts, lighthouses, mines, population, quarry, railways, roads, ruins, watermills, windmills, and boundary posts. Heights provided for some structures in metres.

[Europe, curling, farm land, auction]

Film negative images of Europe, curling, farm land, and an auction. (1)-(3) European artchitecture. (4) A European automobile. (5) A conference. (6)-(8) People curling. (9) A building. (10-(12) Farm land. (13)-(18) An auction sale.

Canadian War Memorial prints at SAB

Item component is a description of how a series of prints that depict destruction on the Western Front during World War One (Canadian War Memorial Prints), that were purchased by Saskatchewan's Department of Public Works for a proposed Provincial War Museum came to be in the possesion of the Provincial Archives. Component appears on pages 14 to 17.

Article includes a list of the prints in the holdings of the Provincial Archives; and is supplmeented by reproductions of five of these prints ("Berthonval Farm"; "St. Jacques, Ypres", "Evening at Ypres", "Entering Ypres at Dawn"; and "La Grand Place, Arras").

Article is supplemented by photographs that depict: Gladys Crim, some colleagues and convalescent soldiers - Crim is shown holding bagpipes; unidentified nurse working on the ankle area of an unidentified solder; rows of soldiers laid out on stretchers with one nurse; from the funeral service for nurse Margaret Lowe, soldiers standing at attention with a small group holding a flag-draped coffin; an unidentified soldier (missing one leg) with a crutch under one arm and holding a fish in the opposite hand; and, "Queen Mary Tea Room at Woodcote Park Convalescent Hospital" with armed forces personnel at tables and at left someone at the piano.

Article is supplemented by drawings showing: the surrender of three German soldiers (captioned "Merci Komrad"); a single grave marker ("To an unknown British soldier killed in action at Ypres 29 April 1915") that was drawn by Corporal R. Gordon-Cumming; a man and woman (from behind) accompanied by two poems; German soldier as a "proposed design for the stained glass window of the future" accompanied by a poem by Corporal R. Gordon Cumming; a figure holding on to a post through which a shell has passed through (caption "The Last Post"); and a soldier smoking a cigarette whose smoke transforms into the image of a nurse (accompanied by note from C. R. Alexander).

Article includes coloured drawings (paintings?) showing: trees stripped of foliage and bomb bursts in air (captioned "Land marks of Ypres"); and a damaged building that has a path leading from foreground to background with an orange / red sky.

Williams, Myrna

[Podere Felceto Grounds]

Exterior view of Podere Felceto Villa, view of the valley showing terracing on the hillside.

Pettick, Joseph, 1924-2010

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