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Moose Jaw Band Capital of North America Theme Song

  • Disc R-476
  • Stuk
  • 1970

Side one is a recording of "The Band Capital of North America" theme song, performed by the Moose Jaw Sing-Out Group; side two is a recording of "The Band Capital of North America" theme march, performed by the Lions Junior "A" Band.

Grinstead, Bernie

Leone Hutch collection

  • F 738
  • Collectie
  • 1932-2007

This collection consists of various records accumulated and used by Leone (Munro) Hutch of Regina, Saskatchewan.

The collection includes textual records, photographs and sound recordings relating to the Saskatchewan Golden Jubilee Choir (1955) and the Saskatchewan Golden Jubilee Choir Centennial reunion (2005). Records relating to Scott Collegiate, Regina include Scott Echoes yearbooks for the 1952/53, 1953/54, 1954/55 and 1955/56 school years; the Special Reunion Edition of The Recorder, 1980; two ribbons for Forbes Day, 1955; and a programme, photograph and sound recording relating to the Scottettes choir in the 1950s.

Hutch, Leone Edwina, 193-?-

Vacation with Purpose

  • FILM R-1285
  • Stuk
  • 1946

Documentary: This film documents the 1946 automobile tour by the co-operative members from twelve states. Starting in Superior-Duluth, they travel to Manitoba and Saskatchewan where co-op enterprises are examined along the way. The tour arrives in Regina for the National Convention of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), and meets such persons as Frank Scott, David Lewis, M.J. Goldwell, Sam Watson and T.C. Douglas. Regina scenes include downtown buildings and Saskatchewan Wheat Pool employees on their tennis courts. Also contains scenes of Moose Jaw, Davidson and Saskatoon.

Co-op Film Service, Minneapolis, Minnesota

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 19 Jan. 1979 - 21 Jan. 1979

  • FILM S-1298
  • Stuk
  • 1979-01-19 to 1979-01-21

News: (1) Janice Aubrey on Alberta investors buying up land in Saskatoon. (3) Leon Brin reports on the outcome of Gregory Fischer's murder trial (for the death of RCMP Constable [Thomas] Brian King, c. 1938-1978) outside the Moose Jaw Court House (sound out of sync). (4) Interiors and exteriors of Moose Jaw Court House. Mr. Fischer leaves with R.C.M.P. (5) Mr. Jones on fire at King Edward School in Saskatoon. (6) King Edward School fire. School board meeting (silent). (7) Lloyd Robertson on news reporting. (8 to 10) Mr. Conn on gun safety. Gun club opening. People target shooting indoors. (11) Fire at 417 Ave. E South in Saskatoon. (12 & 13) Otto Lang on grain transportation. (14) Sandi Coleman on Battleford. (15) Ms. Barry on Battleford redevelopment.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

The Last Word from Moose Jaw

  • MI-13515
  • Stuk
  • 1997

Documentary presented by Rough Cuts, CBC Newsworld's documentary series. The documentary premiered on television on November 29, 1997 and profiles Murray Brace and Gary Hyland. Brace is a promoter trying to keep the Moose Jaw Diamond Dogs, a pro-baseball team, playing despite struggles with city council and monetary issues. Hyland, a poet, is organizing The Prairie Festival of Words with involvement from Peter Gzowski and Rex Murphy. The documentary was directed by Jeff Beesley and produced by Gordon McLennan for Reel Eye Media Inc. in association with CBC Newsworld.

Miscellaneous R-N Short Runs : R-N 245 to R-N 250

  • Micro. R-1.32/1
  • Bestanddeel
  • 1900, 1923-1955, 1990 (predominant: 1931-1934)

Microfilm reel consists of a compilation of short newspaper and serial runs that are held as originals.

R-N 245: Agricultural Review (Moose Jaw, Sask.) from January 1927 [volume 2, number 10].

R-N 246: Arran Arrow from October 13, 1923; July 3 to 31, August 14 to December 24, 1926; and January 15 to June 30, 1927.

R-N 247: The Commonwealth, a supplement to Creelman Gazette edited by F. C. Williams from September 15, 1933 [Volume 1, number 4].

R-N 248: Carnduff Daily Gazette from February 7 to March 12, 1900 [Volume 1, numbers 1 to 23]; Carnduff Welcomes You Home, a supplement to Gazette - Post News (Carnduff, Sask.) from July 4, 1990.

R-N 249: Labour's Realm, an annual for Regina Trades and Labour Council, from 1930 to 1932, 1934 to 1939, 1944 to 1946, 1953, and 1955.

R-N 250: The Reginan, a monthly for Regina Board of Trade, from April 1931, June 1931 to March 1932, May 1932 to January 1933, July, September, October, and December 1933, January to February, April to September, and November 1934.

Williams, F. C.

Miscellaneous R-N Short Runs : R-N 251 to R-N 255

  • Micro. R-1.32/2
  • Bestanddeel
  • 1910-10 to 1929-05, 1946-04-11

Microfilm reel consists of a compilation of short newspaper and serial runs that are held as originals.

R-N 251: Saskatchewan Farmer from December 1912; October 15, 1925; September 1, 1928; and one article without a date, but likely dates from either 1928 or 1929.

R-N 252: Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Co. Ltd. News from April 1916 to August 1917; April and August 1918; December 1918 to February 1920; July 1920; May 1921 to February 1922; April, May and July to November 1922; February 1923, and April 1923; Saskatchewan Co-operative News from May 1923 to July 1926 [volume 8, number 1 to volume 11, number 3].

R-N 253: Saskatchewan Memo from April 11, 1946 [volume 1, number 1].

R-N 254: Saturday Spectator (Regina, Sask.) from October 15, 1910 [volume 1, number 44].

R-N 255: Farm Movement from April 15 and May 15, 1929 [volume 1, numbers 4 and 6].

Miscellaneous R-N Short Runs : R-N 256 to R-N 275

  • Micro. R-1.32/3
  • Bestanddeel
  • 1908-1999 (predominant: 1984-1985)

Microfilm reel consists of a compilation of short newspaper and serial runs that are held as originals

R-N 256: Supplement to Saskatchewan Herald (Battleford, Sask.) from January 1908.

R-N 257: Moose Jaw Shopper from December 12 and 16, 1984.

R-N 258: Advance (Wynyard, Sask.) from November 8, 1928; "Salute to Agriculture" supplement to Advance (Wynyard, Sask.) from April 1983.

R-N 259: Citizen Times (Regina, Sask.) from about 1980.

R-N 260: Museum Pioneer Press from 1967.

R-N 261: Better Business Bureau Membership Directory and Consumer Guide supplement to Leader - Post (Regina, Sask.) from May 17, 1984.

R-N 262: Learning Opportunities for Adults course catalogue for Community Plains College from winter 1984.

R-N 263: Regina Parks and Recreation West Central Zone Guide from autumn 1984 and winter 1985.

R-N 264: Regina Parks and Recreation South Zone Guide from winter 1985.

R-N 265: Supplement to Asssiniboia Times on the commissioning of the Poplar River Project from 1981.

R-N 266: MacLean's Saskatchewan / Alberta Golden Jubilee edition from June 25, 1955.

R-N 267: Whitmore Whistler from 1985 to 1990.

R-N 268: Saskatchewan Weekly Newspaper Association supplement to accompany special golden jubilee editions of Saskatchewan newspapers from 1955.

R-N 269: Post - Review (Hudson Bay, Sask.) 25th anniversary edition from October 22, 1980.

R-N 270: Saskatchewan Courier (Regina, Sask.) from spring and summer 1984.

R-N 271: MacKenzie Art Gallery News from January / February, spring, and winter 1984; Vista from summer, fall 1984; and winter, summer 1985.

R-N 272: At the Dunlop (Regina, Sask.) from July to September 1985.

R-N 273: Sentinel and Orange Protestant Advocate from October 27, and December 29, 1927.

R-N 274: Onward (United Church of Canada) from November 26, 1927.

R-N 275: Crow Report (New Democratic Party. Saskatchewan Section) from March 1982.

Moose Jaw News collection

  • NP 114
  • Archief
  • 1883-1884

Collection consists of issues for Moose Jaw News from May 4 and 25, 1883; January 4 to April 1884.

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