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Item is a colour postcard that shows an image of the public school in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Postcard is posted with
two-cent postage stamp, postmarked from Humboldt & Edmont[?], Saskatchewan, and handwritten inscription that identifies intended recipient as A.H. Ball, Esq., Inspector of Schools, Yorkton.
Item is a postcard on which is an image of Yellow Grass School. Postcard is posted with a one-cent stamp, includes postmark from Yellowgrass, Saskatchewan, a handwritten inscription that identifies intended recipient as Augustus H. Ball of Yorkton, Saskatchewan and sender as J. Liggett of Yellow Grass.
Scenic views of Auxi-le-Château, France. Ruins of a Feudal Château; Château de Montargueuil; countryside; City Hall and Church; and a mill by a river. 1916.
Item is a postcard on which is an image of Lemberg Public School. Postcard is posted with a one-cent stamp and includes a handwritten inscription that identifies intended recipient as Inspector Ball of Yorkton, Saskatchewan and sender as J.[?] Tomlinson.
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.
Scenes of bombardment in Albert, Province of Somme, France. A workshop; the Basilica of Albert; Bapaume Street; and Jeanne d'Harcourt Street in wreckage. Great War, 1914-1916.
Items are postcards that show scenes in France, Belgium and England during World War One.
The bombarded city of Arras, France, during Great War, 1914-1916. Views of the wreckage of St. John the Baptist Church; Pharmacie de la Gare; Saint-Gery Street and the Belfry; and the interior of the Cathedral before and after the bombardment.
Records created, accumulated and used by Paul F. Groome (1896-1992) of Regina, Saskatchewan as follows: minutes of Rae Street Methodist Church, Regina, Saskatchewan, July 10, 1907 to February 20, 1912; minutes of Sixth Avenue United Church, Regina, April 6, 1936 to October 1, 1951; "minutes of the Young Men's Christian Association of Regina, Saskatchewan covering the period from 1890 to 1959" by Paul F. Groome and related source materials; Institute of Power Engineers decal; Western Canada Firemens' Association convention badge, 1908; and photographs relating mainly to Regina, Saskatchewan and its pioneers (including Harry Hourie, William Wallace Gibson, Zachary M. Hamilton, George Barr and Mrs. George Barr); electric power plants; and the activities and facilities of the YMCA, including its camps, swimming pool; Rae Street Methodist Church; Sixth Avenue United Church; St. John's United Church; Regina Boat Club regattas on Wascana Lake. Groome was employed as an engineer at the Regina Municipal Power Plant from 1929 to 1961.
Groome, Paul F., 1896-1992