Item is a colorized image showing a group of tipis (teepees) positioned close together, at least one person is shown standing in front of a tipi and there is a line of small trees/bushes in foreground. Each of the tipis have a design on their cover - particularly near the top where the lodge poles emerge.
Streets and buildings of Arras, France. The 14th century town hall before being destroyed by bombardment during the Great War. St. Nicolas Street, and St. John the Baptist Church; and Railway station place and Gambetta Street.
Postcard photograph of three grain elevators, including Western Elevator Co. Ltd. No. 49, and the railway station in Viscount, Saskatchewan. Published by Rumsey and Co., Toronto, Ontario as part of the Canadian West series.
(1): Image of a sports day in Strasbourg, Saskatchewan. September 1919. (2): Image of a stone monument on the site of Fort Livingstone in the Pelly, Saskatchewan district. Monument is surrounded by a fence with a gate. [1954?]. (3): Exterior view of Main Street in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan with Bank of Canada and Morrisons Drug Store in view. [1905 or after]. (4): Postcard of unidentified potash plant in Saskatchewan with a wheat field and combine harvestor in the foreground. Postcard published by Grant-Mann Lithographers Ltd. and distributed by Regina News Ltd. [1950s?]. (5): View of Canadian National Railways (CN) train at Punnichy, Saskatchewan. Buildings in background and Saskatchewan Pool elevator in view. [1960s?]. (6): View of Saskatchewan Pool No. 108 elevator in Chaplin, Saskatchewan with Canadian Pacific Railway rail car in front. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool photo. [ca. 1970]. (7): View of Saskatchewan Pool No. 476 elevator in Rowatt, Saskatchewan. [ca. 1970].
Photographs created, accumulated and used by members of the Grant family. Includes images of agricultural machinery; post office in Riverhurst; buildings and Main Street in Landis; buildings and railway station in Dundurn; buildings and Atlantic Avenue in Kerrobert; Richlea lumber yards; farming operations; Wiseton School; an exterior view of Saskatchewan Legislative Building with grounds in front under development and cannon sitting on sidewalk in foreground; J.I. Case yards in Saskatoon ca. 1913; exterior view of St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon; Travellers Day in Saskatoon, 1918; Stanley Almighty Voice Jr. and family taken on One Arrow Indian Reserve near Batoche, Saskatchewan on October 13, 1940; and postcards sent to Ross Grant, James Grant and Mrs. James Grant in Ontario. A few images were taken by Skewis of Saskatoon.