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Portraits from the Plains

Publication entitled, Portraits From The Plains, written by J.W. Grant MacEwan. A compilation of biographical sketches of prominent First Nations leaders in western Canada. Published by McGraw-Hill Company of Canada Limited.

Colin R. Laughlan articles re: Albert Memorial Bridge, Regina Real Estate Board, Regina Cyclone, and Chateu Qu'Appelle

Newspaper articles, pertaining to the history of Regina, written by research consultant Colin R. Laughlan and published in the July 10, 1987 and August 12, 1988 issues of the Regina Real Estate Review. Includes articles on the history of the Regina Real Estate Board, the 1912 Regina Cyclone, the cancellation of the Chateau Qu'Appelle construction project; and the construction of the Albert Memorial Bridge.

History of the Moose Jaw Rural School Attendance Area; Homesteaders School Days, 1900 to 1987

Histories, compiled by Eldon G. Owens of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, of the Lindale School District No. 63, established in 1962, and the school districts surrounding Moose Jaw that amalgamated to form part of the district. Titles for the two parts of the history are: History of the Moose Jaw Rural School Attendance Area, Later Known as the Lindale Elementary School District No. 63; and Homesteaders School Days, 1900 to 1987.

File includes document entitled History of Lindale School, 1946-1981, compiled from information provided by Eldon Owens and a business card and newspaper article relating to the Lindale 25th Anniversary Reunion in July, 1987.

History of Catholic faith at Ituna clipping

Newspaper clipping taken from the September 15, 1965 edition of The Leader-Post, Regina entitled, Role of churches important to development of community. Profiles the role of the Catholic Church in Ituna, Saskatchewan from the period ca. 1880 to 1965.

Saskatchewan Seed Guide 1988

Publication published by Western Producer Publications in co-operation with the Saskatchewan Seed Growers' Association and distributed with the January 21, 1988 issue of The Western Producer. Includes articles and directory of crop varieties (cereals, wheat, oilseeds, pulses, grasses, and legumes) and Saskatchewan pedigreed seed growers.

Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery pamphlet, handbill, annual report and newspaper clippings

Pamphlet, handbill and annual report created by the Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, located in Regina, Saskatchewan. Pamphlet is entitled, Reviewing the Facts of the Development of a New Mackenzie Art Gallery in Wascana Centre (1987). Handbill is for the Impressionist Masterworks art exhibition, presented at the gallery from November 18, 2000 to January 21, 2001. Annual report is for the 1990-1991 year.

Copies of newspaper articles from The Leader-Post, Regina relating to the proposed construction of a new Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery adjacent to the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History in Wascana Park near College Avenue and Albert Street, 1986-1988.

The Kinsmen Concert Series 70/71

Promotional booklet for the 1970-71 Kinsmen Concert Series, a collection of musical and dance performances scheduled to be presented by the Regina Kinsmen Club between September, 1970 and March, 1971. Scheduled performers included: Ballet Folklorico de Mexico; Sergio Franchi; Horst Jankowski; Obernkirchen Children's Choir; Anna Moffo; Bach Aria Group; and Van Cliburn. Booklet includes the programme for the Sergio Franchi concert, performed October 28, 1970.

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