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Ukrainian House

  • S-B9206
  • Item
  • copied 1986 (originally created 191-?)

A horse drawn wagon parked in front of a Ukrainian house with a thatched roof, between Whitkow and Krydor, Saskatchewan. Inscription in Ukrainian on photo.

First Threshing Machine in Whitkow District

  • S-B9207
  • Item
  • copied 1986 (originally created 191-?)

Oxen pulling the first threshing machine on F. Kurylo's farm in the Whitkow, Saskatchewan district. Inscription in Ukrainian on photo.

Row of Automobiles

  • S-B9203
  • Item
  • copied 1986 (originally created 192-?)

A long row of automobiles owned by patrons of the store owned by M. Stashyn parked outside of the store in Whitkow, Saskatchewan. Inscription in Ukrainian on photo.

Members of Saskatoon City Golf Club

  • S-B7040
  • Item
  • copied 1982 (originally created 192-?)

Unidentified members of the Saskatoon City Golf Club. Image taken by Steele, Saskatoon. Members are wearing golfing attire and holding golf clubs.

Photographs of orchestras in Regina, Saskatchewan

  • GM-PH-5245 (1)-(2)
  • Item
  • 192?-1933

(1): Group photograph of members of a children's orchestra. Margaret "Peggy" Gale, a violinist, is standing in the back row, fourth from the left. Original matte frame was embossed with "Queen City Studio, 778 Hamilton Street, Regina" 192?

(2): Group photograph of the members of the Canadian Legion Orchestra, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1932-33. Margaret "Peggy" Gale is seated on the far left. Image taken by Butcher and Runnalls, Regina.

Photographs accumulated by Marshall Butcher

  • GM-PH-5247 (1)-(3)
  • Item
  • copied 2005 (originally created 192?-1929?)

(1): Scanned photograph of men, women and children gathered outdoors at the Beckstead farm in the Creelman, Saskatchewan district, 1920?. Includes members of the Beckstead, Anderson and Butcher families.

(2): Scanned photograph of four men, including Alfred Beckstead, Percy Butcher and Bob Anderson, standing in front of a line of fish they caught, 1920s.

(3): Scanned panoramic photograph of Verwood, Saskatchewan taken by Percy Butcher of Capitol Studio, 1745 Scarth Street, Regina, July 1923. Buildings in view include Verwood Livery; Marshall Brothers; City Cafe; Verwood Pharmacy; Verwood Hardware Co.; Verwood Hotel; and J. Bracey General Merchandise. A Model T Ford automobile with an advertisement for Capitol Studio draped on it is included.

Percy Butcher, father of Marshall Butcher, came to Saskatchewan around 1912. He operated several photography businesses in Regina, Saskatchewan (Capitol Studio; Butcher and Runnalls).

Parade of children in Waldheim, Saskatchewan

  • S-B6952
  • Item
  • copied 1981 (originally created 192-)

Unidentified children parading down a street in Waldheim. A hardware store, pool room and Janzen Nickel & Son building are in view.

Alan Greenlees

  • GM-DA-1181
  • Item
  • 192-?

Postcard with four photographs of Alan Greenlees, a comedian and entertainer, and his signature, in which his first name is recorded as Alan. The postcard was produced by Barbeau Photo Co., Oswego, New York. The stamp on the back reads: Allan Greenlees, Scotch Comedian and Entertainer, 218 21st Street, Phone 5252, Saskatoon, Sask.

Memoir, photographs of W.D. Roberts

  • TR-283
  • Item
  • 1915-193?, 1981 [digitized 2015]

Digital copies of a memoir, written by William D. Roberts entitled, "From North Wales by Easy Stages via Virginia, Wisconsin and Saskatchewan, to Victoria, Vancouver Island" and accompanying photographs. Roberts details his experiences while homesteading in the Medstead, Saskatchewan district, serving in the First World War, during his career as a railway mail clerk, and other life experiences from 1896 to 1981, shortly before his death. Photographs depict Roberts in 1915, 1928 and in the 1930s.

Mr. Bossman, Mr.Giles and Catherine (Beatty) Okanee

  • S-B9396
  • Item
  • copied 1985 (originally created 193-?)

(left to right) Mr. Bossman, boys' supervisor; Mr. Giles, a farmer in the community; and Catherine (Beatty) Okanee at Indian Residential School, Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

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