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Regina, Qu'Appelle, Estuary S.D. 3387, Joseph and Anna Fauth

  • GM-PH-5107 (1)-(19)
  • Item
  • [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.

Militia and Indigenous people near Fort Qu'Appelle during North-West Rebellion

  • GM-PH-5115 (1)-(15)
  • Item
  • 1885 [reproduced 2005]

Photographic images of members of the Militia in and around Fort Qu'Appelle, North-West Territories and Indigenous people in the area as the Militia traveled through during the North-West Rebellion of 1885. Photographs taken by Professor Oliver Buell for the Office of the Minister of Agriculture of Canada. Includes (1) Militia members disembarking from trains; (2) and (3) Militia on horseback and in formation; (4) Militia relaxing near their tents; (5) Militia possibly patrolling near the train station at Qu'Appelle; (6) Militia crossing a bridge on foot and with a horse and wagon; (7) one member getting a haircut while others relax; (8) Militia members standing among sacks of grain and bales of hay or straw; (9) members doing chores at the water's edge; (10) members relaxing on a hill overlooking Fort Qu'Appelle; (11) North-West Mounted Police barracks near Fort Qu'Appelle; (12) the Qu'Appelle river with a settlement in the background; (13) an Indigenous person standing in the Indian cemetery at Fort Qu'Appelle; (14) an Indigenous person standing outdoors, next to an oven; (15) a group of children and adults sitting on a hill near the Qu'Appelle Industrial School near Lebret. Father Joseph Hugonard is seated at left.


  • Micro. R-1.904/1
  • File
  • 1910-1938

microfilm reel consists of issues for Qu'Appelle Progress (August 13, 23, 1917; August 29, 1918; September 8, 1938); Vonda News (March 18, September 5, 1910); and Vonda Signet (January 20, February 17, March 2, 30, and May 11, 1916).

Qu'Appelle Spirit collection

  • NP 110
  • Fonds
  • 2000-2008

This collection consists of original and microfilmed issues for Qu'Appelle Spirit from December 2000 to December 2008.

Broadview Express collection

  • NP 13
  • Fonds
  • 1923-12-13 to 1924-01-23, 1943-2009

This collection consists of original and microfilmed issues for Broadview Express from December 13, 1923 to January 23, 1924, and 1943 to 2009.

Qu'Appelle newsletter

  • PI-898
  • File
  • 1983-1990

Three issues dated 1983, 1989 and 1990 of a newsletter with news of Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan.

Publications and article collected by Stella Weare Ellis

  • PI-905
  • File
  • 1931-1984

Publications and article collected by Stella Weare Ellis, wife of G.T.L. Ellis, as follows: The Aurora, volume IX, 1931, the yearbook published by the students of the Provincial Normal School in Regina, Saskatchewan; Qu'Appelle Charge United Church 1973 Directory compiled by Doreen Smith which contains historical information on churches in Edgeley, Qu'Appelle and McLean - Bethel; articles entitled History of Edgeley United Church is record of 80 years and 80 year history for Edgeley United Church, both published in 1963 (source unknown); and July 1984 (Centennial) issue of Knox Tox, a newletter of the Knox United Church in Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan.

Synod of the Diocese of Qu'Appelle

  • R-705
  • File
  • 1884-1983

Includes: minutes of the Executive Committee; minutes of deanery conferences and meetings; parish returns; parish vestry minutes, account books, service registers; photographs; and "History of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Lang" by Darrel Hockley (10 p., see file VII.112A). The Canadian Church Railway Mission (Diocese of Qu'Appelle) (Box 4) contains reports on the work of the Church Railway mission in various Saskatchewan communities. See Occasional Paper No. 164, Spring 1938, page 26 for obituary for Mary Spring-Rice, wife of Gerald Spring-Rice. See Occasional Paper No. 189, Summer 1951, page 22 for notice regarding death of Mrs. Alice Court.

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