- GM-PH-5107 (1)-(19)
- [between 1900 and 1950]
Images of communities, homesteading, agriculture, schools and related events, and members of the Joseph and Anna Fauth family of the Burstall and Mendham, Saskatchewan districts. (1) rail line with train, and adjacent buildings including a Western Canada Flour Mills grain elevator and a J.I. Case Threshing Machines implement dealership; (2) the post office located at Scarth Street and 11th Avenue, Regina, under construction, ca. 1907; (3) two men, likely of Chinese ancestry, standing outside a building; (4) downtown Regina, looking south toward the Regina Trading Company building on South Railway Street, with the CPR gardens (Stanley Park) on the left; (5) dirt road in Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan with the town hall (foreground), school (centre frame) and Presbyterian church (distant background) adjacent to the road; (6) gathering of First Nations and settler women and children; (7) decorated arch with Union Jack flags, possibly for a Royal visit to Regina; (8) young child standing in a field of oats; (9) young child standing on grass, with dog in foreground; (10) three men standing beside a steam tractor; (11) a steam tractor and with a gang plow in a field; (12) man guiding a steam tractor up a wooden ramp in a field, with four men looking on; (13) school building for Estuary S.D. No. 3387; (14) five men posed around a buggy; (15) Anna Fauth, standing among chickens, turkeys, geese and pigs in the field of her homestead south of Burstall, Saskatchewan; (16) Joseph and Anna Fauth, seated in a buggy, with daughter-in-law Barbara standing next to it, near the farmhouse rented by the Fauths' son, Philip, located south of Mendham, Saskatchewan. Philip and Barbara Fauth were the donor's parents; (17) Philip Fauth, holding a hunting rifle, surrounded by four hounds; (18) and (19) school parade or field day held in Mendham, including student groups from Puritan S.D. No. 3417 and Keynote S.D. No. 3609.