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2020 Heritage Book: The Fifth Thule Expedition

  • PI-1179
  • Pièce
  • 2020

2020 Heritage Book relating to the 39th Danish Canadian Conference, postponed to a later date due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, issued by the Federation of Danish Associations in Canada. The illustrated publication includes articles, biographies, photographs and advertisements. Includes an article written by Rolf B. Christensen on Otto Valdemar Andreasen, who built Humboldt Creamery, the first private dairy in Saskatchewan.

Souvenir Programme for the 100th Anniversary of the establishment of the Order of the Sisters of St. Elizabeth in Humboldt, Saskatchewan

  • PI-1219
  • Pièce
  • 2011

Two copies of souvenir programme for the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Order of the Sisters of St. Elizabeth in Humboldt, Saskatchewan and the St. Peter's Abbacy in 1911, hosted by the Parish of St. Augustine, Humboldt. The programme includes a photograph of the exterior of St. Elizabeth's Hospital and a brief history of the Order's involvement in the hospital.

Humboldt Journal collection

  • NP 36
  • Fonds
  • 1905-10-19 to 1917-10-04, 1921-10-06 to 2009

Collection consists of issues for Humboldt Journal from October 19, 1905 to October 4, 1917, and October 6, 1921 to 2009.

The Humboldt Journal was established in 1905 by Robert Telfer (publishing its first issue October 19, 1905); his brother William joined him in the business in 1907. William retired from the business in 1942 and Robert's son Walter became editor in 1946. Alice Telfer published the paper following her husband Robert's death in 1953 until her passing in 1956. Walter then assumed the position of publisher at this time and Walter's son Don entered the business in 1967. The Journal continued to be a family run business until 1988 when Prairie Publishing Ltd. bought into the paper. The Telfers remained partners in the paper until 1994 when Don Telfer sold his shares.

Reunion 2000: A Tribute to the Sisters of St. Elizabeth

  • MI-13453
  • Pièce
  • 2000

A Tribute and Thank You to the Sisters of St. Elizabeth, consisting of a feature on the history St. Elizabeth hospital and nursing school in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, operated by the Sisters of St. Elizabeth. The feature, consisting mainly of archival photographs, was written by V. Dagenais and produced by J. Gasmo, J. Schedlosky and V. Dagenais. The feature includes footage of portions of the celebration mass at the 2000 St. Elizabeth Hospital Nursing Students' Reunion. Dubbing by ActionVideo Productions Inc.

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