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The Legislature Ghost - Echoes of the Past

Short stories and poems written by David J. Carter based on his recollections of growing up in Montana and Canada. Published by Eagle Butte Press, the publication includes reproductions of watercolours created by German Prisoners of War interned in Canada during World War II. The publication includes black and white photographs of buildings in Alberta, Manitoba, Montana and Saskatchewan, including E.G. Shilling Bakery in Gull Lake and St. Andrew's Church in Tompkins.

Carter, David J., 1934-

Regina 100

  • MI-13452
  • Pièce
  • 2003

Copy of series of 17 vignettes produced for CTV News Regina to commemorate Regina's 100th anniversary in 2003. Included are features on: 1) Regina's incorporation as a city on June 19, 1903; 2) the Regina cyclone of June 30, 1912; 3) the Regina Riot of July 1, 1935; 4) the McCallum-Hill Building; 5) the Albert Street Memorial Bridge; 6) amateur photographer and cinematographer W.R. "Bill" Rae; 7) amateur photographer and cinematographer Ernie Poole; 8) Trafalgar Fountain; 9) Cyril Dolman, a.k.a. Slim Wilson; 10) the Regina Airport; 11) Grey Cups won and hosted by the Saskatchewan Roughriders Football Club; 12) the 1944 provincial election victory by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation; 13) territorial and provincial exhibitions/fairs held in Regina; 14) the formation of a women's baseball league in Regina in 1923; 15) the Concorde supersonic jet landing in Regina in 1987; 16) Regina's changing skyline; (17) the construction and opening of the Saskatchewan Power Corporation head office in downtown Regina in 1963.

Certain vignettes were produced by Paul Chomos. Manfred Joehnck and Wayne Mantyka provided narration for the vignettes.

History at Home newspaper articles

Newspaper articles featured in the column entitled, History at Home, written by Amy Nelson-Mile and published in editions of the Regina Sun. Includes the following articles pertaining to the history of Regina, Saskatchewan: Amedée and Henriette Forget (published March 21, 1999); symbols of Regina (July 4, 1999); William B. Scarth (July 11, 1999); Regina's first fall fair (August 1, 1999); Lorne School, Regina's one-room school (September 12, 1999); and Cottage Hospital (July 1 and 8, 2001).

Buffalo Days, Regina booklet, prize lists, programme

Booklet entitled Costume Ideas, Buffalo Days, Regina issued by the Regina Exhibition Association. 1979.

Prize List and General Rules for SaskPhoto, Homecraft and SaskArt Exhibits at Buffalo Days 1997 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Official Prize List for Cookery, Home Canning, Sewing, Fancy Work, Handicrafts, etc. for the Buffalo Days Exhibition in Regina, Saskatchewan from August 1 to 6, 1977.

Programme for Pile 'O' Bones Sunday on July 29, 2001 in Regina, Saskatchewan presented by Regina Exhibition Park for Buffalo Days.

Spiral Communications, Inc.

  • R-1828
  • Dossier
  • ca. 1977-2000

Include research files relating to Phase 1 of "Saskatchewan Folk Art & Craft: 1905-2005", including original copy of the report prepared for the Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation, posters and correspondence.

This file also includes negatives of "Saskatchewan Woodworkers" project; video tape of First Visions project; and miscellaneous materials. Included is a sound recording (reference code Tape R-14936) of several short interviews with people regarding Peter Rupchan, an early Saskatchewan potter, his life and the importance of his work from artistic, technical and heritage points of view. The interviews were conducted as background research for the documentary entitled Rupchan: Spirit of a Prairie Potter (reference code VT R-10287).

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