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World War, 1914-1918
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Roland John Groome Album

  • Roland John Groome Album
  • Pièce
  • 1917-1935 or before
  • Fait partie de R.J. Groome fonds

Album of photographs created and compiled by Roland Groome dating from his entry into the Royal Flying Corps in 1917 and continued through his return to Saskatchewan. Photographs document flight training in Ontario and Texas, business activities in Moose Jaw and Saskatoon, as well as a general interest in aviation.

Miscellaneous Saskatchewan scenes

(1): Image of commercial street in Abernethy, Saskatchewan. Meat market and other buildings in view. [Copied 2003 (originally created ca. 1912)].

(2): View of Abernethy, Saskatchewan with church on left. [Copied 2003 (originally created ca. 1912)].

(3): View of west side of Balcarres, Saskatchewan [copied 2003 (originally created ca. 1912)].

(4): Sergeant Alexander Sempey of the 46th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, Regina, in uniform holding a gun upright in his left land. May 22, 1915.

(5): Group photograph of soldiers of the 46th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, Regina, May 22, 1915. Alexander Sempey in second row centre behind Fred A. Kirby, centre in first row.

(6): Image of Canadian troops off to parade at Valcartier, Quebec. (copied 2003 (originally created ca. 1917)]

(7): Group of soldiers, possibly the 46th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force. James Branagh is standing in civilian clothes on the far right. Alexander Sempey is seated on the far right with only right hand visible. Sempey, from County Antrim, Ireland, died in 1918. [between 1914 and 1918].

The Memorial Gates, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

Postcard of hand-coloured photograph of the Memorial Gates at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, with St. Andrew's College in the background. The Memorial Gates were dedicated in 1928 to individuals from the U of S community who lost their lives in World War I. Postcard is no. 34 in the Saskatoon series published by the Camera Products Co., Vancouver, British Columbia.

Photographs collected by Lynne Bayne

(1): Panoramic photograph of unidentified attendees at the First Annual Convention of the Hotel Keepers Association of the Dominion of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, September 15 to 20, 1913. Image taken by Rembrandt Studio. Harold Bourne is believed to be the man with the moustache standing in the second row from the back, directly above the letter "H" in Hotel keepers, wearing a medal on his suit lapel.

(2): Panoramic photograph of unidentified members of No. 8, Canadian Stationary Hospital, C.E.F. (Canadian Expeditionary Force), ca. 1918. Harold Bourne is included in the image. Image taken by Finley, Saskatoon.

Rembrandt Studio

Photographs relating to James Stevenson Balfour

Images relating mainly to James Stevenson Balfour (1894-1969), a lawyer who resided in Regina, Saskatchewan.

(1): Group photograph of the Regina Collegiate Institute 1914-15 teaching staff. Back row: N. R. McLeod; J. E. Campbell; R. Weir; R. R. Kersey. Middle row: Miss L. Handy; Miss M. Weaver; T. H. Bissonnette; and G. D. Robertson. Front row: A. J. Pyke; W. Ramsay; N. F. Black; N. MacMurchy; Miss E. D. Cathro; and W. G. J. Scrimgeour. Image taken by Rossie, Regina.

(2): Group photograph of N. F. Black, vice-principal, and members of the graduating class, senior form, Regina Collegiate Institute, 1913-14. James Stevenson Balfour is standing in the back row, first on the left; Mabel MacFarlane is seated, third from right. Image taken by Rossie, Regina.

(3): Head and shoulders portrait of Beattie Ramsay in Royal Air Force (RAF) uniform. [between 1914 and 1918].

(4): Threshing outfit at Agnes Balfour's homestead near Lumsden.

(5): Group photograph of University of Saskatchewan rugby team. James Stevenson Balfour is kneeling on the left. [1914 or 1915].

(6): Group photograph of the officers of the Regina Collegiate Institute Cadet Corps, 1913-14. James Stevenson Balfour is seated on the left in the middle row. Image taken by Rossie, Regina.

(7): Group photograph of Regina Collegiate Institute hockey team, including (back row) George Porter; V. Hipwell; Mr. Hector Lang; Mr. Scrimgeour; J. Campbell; J. Balfour; (front row) M. S. Taylor; F. Creswell; G. Wells; W. Hastings; and B. Ramsay. [1911 or 1912]. (2 copies).

(8): Group photograph of members of Regina Collegiate Institute football team. James Stevenson Balfour is standing in the back row, third from the right. Image taken by Rossie, Regina. [ca. 1914].

(9): Group photograph of members of Regina Collegiate Institute 1912-13 hockey team. Top row: R. Weir; P. Traub; W. Hastings; G. Porter; J. Sheppard; G. Robinson; and W. Scrimgeour. Second Row: C. Darke; H. Longworthy; Hector Lang; G. Wells; B. Ramsay. Third row: A. Brown; J. Balfour (captain); and C. Tanner. (3 copies)

(10): Group photograph of players and staff of Regina Collegiate Institute senior hockey team, winners of the City League and holders of the England Cup. Image taken by Rossie, Regina. [1910 or 1911].

(11): Group photograph of Regina Collegiate Institute junior hockey team. James Stevenson Balfour is standing in the back row, second from the left. Hector Lang, teacher, is seated in the chair in the middle row. Image taken by Rossie, Regina. [1910 or 1911].

(12): Composite photograph of University of Saskatchewan, College of Arts and Science, Inter Faculty Hockey Champions, 1914-15. Individuals identified as follows: A. S. Bell; J. S. Balfour; A. G. Adamson; G. F. Porter; Dr. R. D. MacLaurin, donor of cup; R. J. Haney, manager; R. J. Fyfe; D. J. Mitchell; and W. Janzen.

(13): Composite photograph of University of Saskatchewan Rugby Team, Champions of Northern Saskatchewan. Image taken by J. McCarthy Photo, Saskatoon, 1914. Individuals identified as follows: R. L. Shannon; P. G. Makaroff; J. S. Balfour; A. M. Walker; C. F. Porter; W. E. Walker; R. J. Haney; R. S. Turriff; A. G. Adamson; J. C. Scott; W. B. Thompson; J. D. Mitchell; F. J. Freer; R. J. Fyfe; A. L. Silverson; A. S. Bell; and A. L. Silverson. (2 copies).

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