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Belgium: Marche 9

  • B48.2 (S)
  • Item
  • 1916

Section 9 map of Belgium that indicates townships, hamlets, canals or waterways, chateaus, farms, church or chapel towers, forts, lighthouses, mines, population, quarry, railways, roads, ruins, watermills, windmills, and boundary posts. Heights provided for some structures in metres.

War Office. Ordnance Survey

Cities and towns

Images of cities and towns in Canada, the United States of America, England and China.

Gardens

Items are images showing:
(1) Back gardens in Warkworth, England;
(2) Museum tea garden in Aldborough, England;
(3) Japanese gardens in Huntington, California;
(4)-(17) Gardens in Suzhou and Beijing, China, including Summer Palace; and
(18) Garden field on Whidbey Island, Washington.

Stores - Retail

Items are images of stores in Saskatchewan, Alberta, England and the United States of America.

Universities and Colleges

Images of: the Janss Steps located on the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus; buildings and barns on the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon; the Lutheran Collegiate Bible Institute at Outlook; Sir William's College in England; a college in Beijing, China with a statue of Mao Tse-tung (1893-1976); and the Bread Loaf campus at Middlebury College in Vermont.

[Photograph Album]

Album contains images of: various members of the Clay and Shumiatcher families (such as Archibald Franklin Clay; Rose Jeanne Clay; Pierre Clay; Morris Cyril Shumiatcher; Jacqueline Shumiatcher; Luba Shumiatcher; Abraham Isaac Shumiatcher; Minuetta Shumiatcher [later Minuetta Kessler]); the wedding of Jacqui Clay and Morris Shumiatcher in Toronto, Ontario on April 18, 1955; Morris Shumiatcher and seven unidentified men running in the Molson Marathon from Regina, Saskatchewan to Lumsden on September 19, 1970 (51); Morris and Jacqui Shumiatcher's vacations in Hawaii, the Bahamas, Japan and England; the Shumiatcher's pet dogs; various friends and colleagues; and the Shumiatchers in their home at 2520 College Avenue, Regina.

Ethel Catherwood at Olympics in Amsterdam

  • R-A12403 (1)-(3)
  • Item
  • 1928-08-06

Items are reproductions of images showing Ethel Catherwood (the Saskatoon Lily) wearing her Bedford Road Collegiate track uniform as she completes a high jump using a scissor-jump. Images accompanied an article about Catherwood setting the world record for high jump at the Olympics held in Amsterdam.

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