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North-West Territorial Buildings, Cairn at Fort Livingstone, Springside School, parades in Yorkton and Regina, etc.

  • GM-PH-5116 (1)-(28)
  • Item
  • 188-?-192-?

Records are reproduced images from a collection of negatives accumulated by Lee Buckmaster of Bethune, Saskatchewan. Included are: (1) to (4) the North-West Territories Administration Building, Indian Office and North-West Territories Council Building, located on Dewdney Avenue, Regina; (5) Regina's first railway station depot, constructed in 1882; (6) Canadian Pacific Railway staff at Regina, 1886; (7) Dr. Cotton and John Kerr, along with a dog, and a horse and carriage; (8) Wascana Lake with the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in the distance; (9) large group of people gathered at Wascana Park, May 24, 1896; (10) Hudson's Bay Company post, also known as the "old Fort office", at Fort Qu'Appelle; (11) ethnic Germans from the Banat region of Austria-Hungary gathered at the Zichydorf Colony southeast of Regina, ca. 1904; (12) assortment of large stones on a clearing of land; (13) to (14) group of students standing in front of an unidentified one-room school house; (15) unidentified building, similar to a park office, surrounded by trees; (16) to (17) cairn at Fort Livingstone commemorating the first government and session of the North-West Council (1876 and 1877); (18) to (19) school building for Springside S.D. No. 1148 at Springside, Saskatchewan; (20) to (22) parade proceeding on Broadway Avenue, Yorkton; (23) to (24) parade proceeding from Albert Street on to 11th Avenue, Regina; (25) to (27) herd of elk on a farm; (28) group of men working on an artesian well.

Corp. Frank B. Weeks

  • S-B12780
  • Item
  • 194-?

Head and shoulders portrait of Corporal Frank B. Weeks, 12678, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer who served in Radisson, Saskatchewan from May 1943 to July 1949.

Cpl. John Clarence Cook

  • S-B12781
  • Item
  • 194-?

Head and shoulders portrait of Corporal John Clarence Cook, 14382, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer who served in Radisson, Saskatchewan from October 1945 to August 1946.

Prince Albert Historical Society Tape #41

  • MI-13432
  • Item
  • 194?

This item consists of copies of three films created in the 1940s and later donated to the Prince Albert Historical Society from the estate of Myrtle Strangways, an educator and amateur cinematographer. The content of the films includes: black bears, squirrels and birds in the forest and at a campsite; ski jumping and downhill skiing; cross-country skiing; several parades, including military personnel, Royal Canadian Mounted Police personnel, horseback riders, and children; an Athlone I.O.D.E. pet parade; a convoy of Bombardier snow machines and military personnel carrying skis; a McCormick farm implement in use during harvest; a team of farm horses; an aerial demonstration of two Royal Canadian Air Force yellow chipmunk planes; a float plane; rapids; and sightseeing in the Canadian Rockies and Niagara Falls.

Street view of Holdfast businesses

  • GM-PH-5324
  • Item
  • 194-

Street view during the winter season of the Holdfast General Store and A.J. Fahlman International trucks and McCormick-Deering farm equipment business.

Radisson Wapitis 1950's

  • S-B12846
  • Item
  • 195-

Members of the Radisson Wapitis hockey team including Barry McLean, Ron Scott, Hedley Beasley, George Muzika, Myron Lukian, George Obertos, Ernie Harach, and Jim Pettapiece.

Saskatchewan School District Boundaries maps

  • CM-179 to CM-214
  • Item
  • 195-?

Sectional maps (heavier material with pink borders) photo-lithographed at the Surveyor General's Office, Ottawa, dating from 1908 to 1912 with Saskatchewan school district boundaries and numbers written on them in blue pencil possibly in 1950 or later.
CM-179: Mossy Portage Sheet
CM-180: Turtle Mountain Sheet
CM-181: Riding Mountain Sheet
CM-182: Brandon Sheet
CM-183: Swan River Sheet
CM-184: Duck Mountain Sheet
CM-185: Nut Mountain Sheet
CM-186: Regina Sheet
CM-187: Yorkton Sheet
CM-188: Pasquia Sheet
CM-189: Carrot River Sheet
CM-190: Prince Albert South Sheet
CM-191: Prince Albert North Sheet
CM-192: Qu’Appelle Sheet
CM-193: Souris Sheet
CM-194: Willowbunch Sheet
CM-195: Touchwood Sheet
CM-196: Humboldt Sheet
CM-197: Moose Mountain Sheet
CM-198: Moose Jaw Sheet
CM-199: Wood Mountain Sheet
CM-200: Swift Current Sheet
CM-201: Rush Lake Sheet
CM-202: The Elbow Sheet
CM-203: Saskatoon Sheet
CM-204: Carlton Sheet
CM-205: Shell River Sheet
CM-206: Green Lake Sheet
CM-207: Fort Pitt Sheet
CM-208: Meadow Lake Sheet
CM-209: Cypress Sheet
CM-210: Maple Creek Sheet
CM-211: Red Deer Forks Sheet
CM-212: Bad Hills Sheet
CM-213: Tramping Lake Sheet
CM-214: Battleford Sheet

Radisson Homemakers

  • S-B12845
  • Item
  • 195-

Unidentified members of Radisson Homemakers' Club standing outside, with a dog seated in front of group.

Buildings and an event in Yorkton, Saskatchewan

  • GM-PH-5260 (1)-(7)
  • Item
  • 195-?

Exterior view of the Federal Building, completed in 1954; exterior view of the old Post Office building with a sign advertising Wells Construction Co. Ltd.; exterior view of a wooden house torn down to make way for the Federal Building at the north-east corner of Smith Street and 3rd Avenue North; and politicians and members of the public in attendance at an unknown event. The individuals identified are as follows: Mayor Clarence Langrill; Jack Goodman, CJGX Radio; James "Jimmy" Gardiner, federal Minister of Agriculture; and Steve Surjic.

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