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Local Histories - Indian Head

  • Pamphlet File - Local Histories - Indian Head
  • Dossier
  • 1929-2023

The Whisper, Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1929. Official yearbook of Indian Head Collegiate Institute. Appears to have originally belonged to Helen MacDonald.

Booklet on Indian Head, Saskatchewan with map on back. [after 1960]

History of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Indian Head, Saskatchewan, 1882-1974. April 15, 1974. 6 p.

Photocopied document entitled Bell Farm Barn, Indian Head, Saskatchewan, prepared in 1986 or later by Stone Croft Hutchinson Architects Ltd., Regina, Saskatchewan. The document includes observations on the grain bin, main roof, second floor, exterior walls and main floor and includes drawings and photographs.

Leaflet entitled History of the Bell Farm, Indian Head, North-West Territories: a few quick facts about the famous Bell Farm, 1996.

2023 Christmas card of Film Rescue International in Indian Head, Saskatchewan.

Black and Rural Saskatchewan

  • PI-1264
  • Pièce
  • 2022

Publication entitled Black and Rural Saskatchewan, produced by Heritage Saskatchewan in partnership with the Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum Inc. and the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan. Research and writing by Shayna Jones. Published by Heritage Saskatchewan Alliance Inc. Publication includes excerpts of stories of living heritage project participants, including Maria Cole-Gayle; Christine Fiddler; Cheryl Foggo (descendent of George W. Shaw); Jane Ibisiki; Carol LaFayette-Boyd; Lewis LaFayette; Yemi Laosebikan; Jim Miller; Nastra Muloyawi; Randy Morin; and Charlotte Williams (descendent of Joseph and Mattie Mayes).

Telephone Directories series

  • S 78
  • Série
  • 1905-2022

This series consists of telephone directories (phone books) for Saskatchewan communities issued by the Bell Telephone Company of Canada; the Saskatchewan Department of Railways, Telegraphs and Telephones; the Saskatchewan Department of Telephones; Saskatchewan Government Telephones; and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel).

Directories for 1905 to 1991 are located in collection R-733. Directories for 1992 to 1998 are located in collection R-1341. Directories for 1999 to 2006 are located in collection R-1098.1. Directories for 2007 onwards are located in S 78.

Government House Historical Society fonds

  • F 640
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2022

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by members of the Government House Historical Society relating to their activities at Government House (formerly known as Saskatchewan House) at 4607 Dewdney Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan. The types of records included are The Portico and The Society Times newsletters; a CD-ROM entitled Government House: Journey Through Time; pamphlets; brochure/membership applications; blank letterhead; pamphlets and material relating to the December 4, 1990 board meeting; minutes of Board of Directors' meetings; and records relating to annual general meetings which include annual reports and financial statements, etc.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds.

Government House Historical Society Inc., 1971-

Crossing the River: A Cable Ferry History

  • PI-1266
  • Pièce
  • 2022

Illustrated publication relating to cable ferries in Saskatchewan from the 1880s to 1986 entitled Crossing the River: A Cable Ferry History, written by Carol Light. The publication focuses on the North Bend Ferry (1913-1969) and includes information on ferries from Lloydminster, Hewitt Landing, Fort Pitt, Tangleflags and Lashburn. Chapter titles are as follows: Fur Trading to Farming; Saskatchewan Ferry No. 678; Ferrymen and Assistant Ferrymen; Government Housing; Ferry Landings; Cable Ferry System; Ferry Scow; Provincial Administration; River Conditions; The Flood of 1915; Traffic Statistics; Accidents and Misfortunes; and Water Measurement Recording.

Parsonage People: The Family Story of Rudy and Emma Busch

  • FH-105
  • Pièce
  • 2022

Publication entitled Parsonage People: The Family Story of Rudy and Emma Busch, written by Marcus David Busch of Edmonton, Alberta. Reverend Rudolph Jacob Busch (1921-2012), son of Jacob Busch and Emelia Geres, and his wife, Emma Magdalena Steinhauer, daughter of Johannes Steinhauer and Magdalena Heise, were married in 1948. Reverend Busch served as a Lutheran minister in Radisson and Biggar, Saskatchewan and at St. Paul Lutheran in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. The publication includes historical information on Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Boswells, Saskatchewan and Zion Lutheran Church in Flowing Well, Saskatchewan.

Published items relating to the medical career of Dr. Hugh D. McDonald

  • PI-1258
  • Dossier
  • 194-?-2022

Records relating mainly to the medical career of Dr. Hugh Daniel McDonald (1923-2022), a general practitioner in Indian Head, Saskatchewan (1948-1958) who served as the Director of Hospital Administration for the Province of Saskatchewan (1960-1962) before relocating to British Columbia in 1963.

Records include head and shoulders portrait of Hugh McDonald, 194-?; certificate of membership issued by Medical Services Saskatoon Incorporated, March 10, 1949; The Prayer of Maimonides, 1943; The Oath of Hippocrates; certificate of membership issued by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Province of Saskatchewan, June 5, 1948; illustrated verses entitled The Epic of the Bed Pan and My Tail of Woe (1951); curriculum vitae; handwritten notes taken during special general meeting of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan Division of the Canadian Medical Association) on May 3 and 4, 1962 in Regina; copy of article entitled McDonald Named to Hospital Post, 1963?; Fall 1987 issue of B.C. Health Management with article on Dr. Hugh McDonald written by John Braddock; copies of his 2022 obituary.

Spirit Wrestlers: Doukhobor Pioneers and their Friends

  • PI-1271
  • Pièce
  • 2022

Publication entitled Spirit Wrestlers: Doukhobor Pioneers and their Friends, written by Koozma J. Tarasoff and published by Spirit Wrestlers Publishing, Ottawa, Ontario. The publication is a continuation of the biographies published in Spirit-Wrestlers: Doukhobor Pioneers' Strategies for Living (2002) and consists of 33 biographies of individuals connected to the Doukhobor movement in different parts of the world, including Canada, Russia, United States of America, Caribbean West Indies and Australia. The publication includes biographies for Ashleigh B. Androsoff, a historian at the University of Saskatchewan; Veronika Makarova, a Russian linguist and professor in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Vicki Obedkoff, a theologian and community activist in Saskatoon; Mich Ozeroff, a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool director in Langham, Saskatchewan; and Koozma J. Tarasoff.

Histories of Ibstone School District No. 2929

  • LH-89
  • Dossier
  • 1948-2021

Photocopy of handwritten history of Ibstone School District No. 2929 compiled in 1955 by the students of Ibstone School to commemorate Saskatchewan's Golden Jubilee. The school was located in the Battleford, Saskatchewan district. Includes references to individuals with the following surnames: Fone; Plater; Lacey; Kipp; Kopp; and Fling.

Document entitled A Continuation of Ibstone School District #2929 History, completed in April 2021 by Jennie Penzie with corrections made by Anna Woodrow and Jennette Beckman. The document includes photographs of teacher Walter Belyk and students dressed for a Christmas concert drill (1948 or 1949); and students and teacher, Mrs. Gladys Gaudet (1955 or 1956). Names of students are included in document.

A newspaper clipping regarding the Rural Municipality of Prairie No. 408 amalgamation in 1998 and information regarding Ibstone Rural Mail (Postal) Route and Harold and Alice Neilson are included.

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