Photographs of members of the Lawrence Topham family in 1917 gathered in front of the homestead farm home, three miles north of Togo; exterior and interior views of the Craig Brothers General Store in Togo, Saskatchewan, including members of the Craig family; and other views of Togo, originally named Pelly Siding, ca. 1904, 1922 and 1930.
Journal kept by Anton (Tony) Stengler (1919-2010), relating mainly to family, area events, weather and his farming operations in the Mankota, Saskatchewan district. Journal includes farm financial accounts for 1943 to 1954. A Saskatchewan Archives Board information questionnaire containing biographical information on Stengler completed in 2013 is included.
Historical trailers: Consists of a series of eight 1 minute vignettes related to different Saskatchewan places or historical events:
(1) Looks at the Legislative Building in Regina. Includes interior and exterior shots of the building and scenes of the opening of the legislative session with the Lieutenant Governor in attendance. (2) Looks at the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History (now Royal Saskatchewan Museum) building in Regina. Includes exterior and interior shots of the building and of the dioramas depicting the wildlife of Saskatchewan. (3) Contemporary black and white film footage of men operating old steam powered threshing machinery and women providing meals to the men. Includes shots of a modern self-propelled combine operating in a farm field. (4) Shots of a church, constructed of field stone at the turn of the century, at Dilke, Saskatchewan. Includes exterior and interior shots of the church. (5) Looks at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) barracks at Regina. The site has served as the Force's main training base since 1882. Includes scenes of the grounds, the little chapel and the museum. (6) Highlights a log structure at Fort Qu'Appelle that was part of the Hudson Bay post built in 1864. The building is a designated national historic site and is open as a museum. (7) Looks at the potash deposits in the province and their importance to the province's economy. Includes exterior and interior shots of a potash mine. (8) Highlights the Qu'Appelle Valley as a place for water sports and other recreational activities.
Item is an image showing a scene on John Cherry's farm located about 6 miles (or 9.7 km) east of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. The image shows a line of four (4) Frost & Wood no. 3 binders being pulled by 4-horse teams and on the right side of the image a Regal car, dog, and Lawrence Cherry on the shoulder of his father.
Item is a photograph showing a line of four (4) Frost & Wood no. 3 binders being pulled by 4-horse teams on John Cherry farm that is located 6 miles (ca. 9.7 km) east of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. In the foreground are Mr. and Mrs. Cherry while a wide expanse of fields is visible in the background.