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From Horse and Buggy to GPS: Life on a Saskatchewan Farm

  • FH-104
  • Pièce
  • 2021-03-19

Publication entitled From Horse and Buggy to GPS: Life on a Saskatchewan Farm, compiled by Roderic Beaujot. The publication relates to his grandparents, Felicien and Bertheline Beaujot and Paul and Julienne (nee Smets) Mulllie, who came to Canada from Belgium and France between 1892 and 1911, and his parents, Leon and Dorothy Beaujot of Kipling, Saskatchewan. Information on the community of Saint Hubert, Saskatchewan (originally named La Rolanderie) is included.

A Century Farm in the Palliser Triangle

  • FH-103
  • Pièce
  • 2021

Second edition of a family history written by Harvey Quamme of Penticton, British Columbia and published by Eye-spy Press. The history relates to his grandparents, Thomas Henry (Harry) and Amy (Monkman) Walker, and his parents, Arthur Harvey (Bud) Quamme and Renee (Walker) Quamme, who farmed on 25-20-1-W3 in the Palliser Triangle of Saskatchewan, near Brownlee. The publication includes reproductions of photographs and paintings and scratch drawings made by Harvey Quamme.

Nine Decades Well Spent: The Story of My Life

  • PI-1221
  • Pièce
  • 2021

Publication entitled Nine Decades Well Spent: The Story of My Life, written by L.P. (Bud) Sarich and edited by Glenna M. Healey. The publication chronicles the life of Bud Sarich of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, who was born in 1928 on a farm near Bladworth, Saskatchewan. He attended Briggs School District No. 841 and had a 42 year career with Federated Co-operatives Ltd.

Cold Case North: The Search for James Brady and Absolom Halkett

  • PI-1164
  • Pièce
  • 2020

Publication written by Michael Nest with Deanna Reder and Eric Bell and published by the University of Regina Press, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan. The publication relates to the disappearance of Metis leader James Brady and Cree Band Councillor Absolom Halkett in 1967 and the subsequent investigation into their disappearance.

The Past To The Present, Volume II

  • LH-85
  • Pièce
  • 2020

Local history of Archerwill, Saskatchewan and district compiled by the Archerwill and District Historical Society. Includes information on Archerwill School; Archerwill and area churches; organizations; businesses; Algrove; family histories; Archerwill fires in 1931 and 2002; historical highlights; photograph gallery; and The Barrier.

If These Places Could Talk: Snapshots of Saskatchewan

  • PI-1180
  • Pièce
  • 2020

Illustrated publication written by Crista Bradley with artwork by Wendi Nordell. Published by Your Nickel's Worth Publishing. The publication is intended for school-age children and showcases several places in Saskatchewan through the use of primary source materials in archives, museums, libraries, and collections of private individuals.

Bird: Building Canada for 100 Years

  • PI-1210
  • Pièce
  • 2020

Illustrated history of Bird Construction Inc. compiled to commemorate the company's 100th anniversary. The company was established in 1920 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan by Hubert John Bird and two partners (Bird, Woodall & Simpson Ltd.). The publication outlines some of the company's memorable projects completed across Canada and in the United States. Publication's editorial team was Lara de Klerk, Michael Knul, and Lauren Wiseman.

Buildings and structures in Saskatchewan constructed by the company and included in this publication are as follows: Milestone Town Hall, Milestone; Maple Leaf Hostel, Regina; T. Eaton Store, Moose Jaw; Crown Bread and Cake Company Bakery, Regina; Providence Hospital (addition), Moose Jaw; Moose Jaw General Hospital (addition); Weyburn Mental Hospital (addition); Northern Electric Company (addition), Regina; C.P.R. Depot/Union Station (expansion), Regina; Moose Jaw Natatorium; Outlook Bridge; Highway Bridge, Saskatchewan Landing; Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina; Marquis Tower Apartments, Saskatoon; Alwinsal Potash Mine, Lanigan; Taylor Field Grandstand (addition), Regina; Royal Bank of Canada Regional Headquarters Building, Regina; and ethane storage caverns, Burstall.

CFQC Radio 600, Saskatoon staff, programs and facility

  • GM-PH-5276 (1)-(30)
  • Pièce
  • 2020-2021

Images relating to CFQC Radio 600, a radio station in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Includes images relating to the Block Parent program; sound recordings relating to the short documentaries entitled CFQC Remembers the First 50 Years, 1973; interior views of the music library and control room; staff, including Jason Schoonover; Jim McCrory; Marty Jeffrey; Doug Birkmaier; Murray Smith; Garry Barr; and Wally Stambuck and Denny Carr, hosts of the Wall n Den show.

History Through The Eyes Of One Family

  • FH-99
  • Pièce
  • 2020

Illustrated history of the John and Mary Shera branch of the larger Caleb and Mary (Molly) Shera (Laird) family, compiled by Wes Shera. The Shera family originated in Ireland and some members immigrated to Canada, including to the Edenwold, Saskatchewan district. Many family members currently (2020) reside in Regina.

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