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Plan of the Town of Eston

  • RH/6
  • Item
  • 1984

Saskatchewan. Dept. of Municipal Affairs Community Planning Branch

Plan of the Town of Eston

  • RE/1
  • Item
  • n.d.

Saskatchewan. Dept. of Municipal Affairs Community Planning Branch

Records accumulated by Jack Kinzel

  • R-73.1
  • File
  • ca. 1959-1979

Records accumulated by Jack Kinzel consisting of speech notes for Allan Blakeney's election campaign, 1971; materials relating to medical care in Saskatchewan; and a sound recording of the memorial service for politician Major James William Coldwell held on September 10, 1974 in Regina, Saskatchewan. Speakers at the memorial service included Premier of Saskatchewan Allan Blakeney, George Bothwell, Gertrude Harvey, Stanley Knowles, Alexander Nicholson and Cliff Scotton.

Ruth M. Buck fonds

  • F 200
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1801 to 1996 (predominant: 1950-1975)

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by Ruth Matheson Buck, relating to her childhood in Saskatchewan as the daughter of an Anglican missionary and one of Canada's first female doctors; as an educator; as an advocate for adult education; and as an historian and published author on Saskatchewan history and its people.

The types of records included pertain mostly to Buck's published works and to her family, and are comprised of clippings; photographs; correspondence; an object; background research for her articles, sketches, drafts, typescripts and manuscripts of published and unpublished works including "Voices of the Plains Cree" the edited letters of Edward Ahenakew; "The Doctor Rode Sidesaddle", a biography of her mother; "Letters from Hessie McLean" and "Mail Carrying by Western Trails". Genealogical material is also included for Joseph "Forty" Fortescue, Fred Rowland, the Quinney family, and the Matheson, Pritchard and Scott families. The fonds includes sound recordings of an interview with J. Fortesque McKay of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, a trader born in 1890, conducted by Ruth M. Buck in 1975, in which McKay discusses his work with the Hudson's Bay Company (Tape R-1682; Tape R-1683; Tape R-1684). Also included is a sound recording of an oral history interview conducted by Ruth Buck with Maria Rivard of Edmonton, Alberta regarding her experiences growing up at the St. Barnabas Anglican Mission, Onion Lake, from 1896 to 1914 (Tape R-8717).

Records in this fonds also pertain to Buck's involvement in various boards, associations and committees related to adult education and include minutes; agendas; reports; notes; briefs; correspondence; programs; pamphlets; orders in council; and membership lists, including some member biographies.

Records also include notes on Onion Lake, The Pas and the Devon Mission in Saskatchewan, and the bishops of the Diocese of Saskatchewan. Lists of speeches given by Buck; awards, tributes and certificates received; and photographs are located in the fonds.

Articles and correspondence written by Buck and records accumulated by Buck are also contained in: R-E682; R-E1928; R-E2539; R-E2564; R-E3327; and R-E3426. Biographical sketches written by Buck about Elizabeth Beckett Matheson, Frances McGill and Catherine Sheldon-Williams are contained in clippings files.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds.

Buck, Ruth Matheson, 1905-2009

Interviews with Roy Orman and Maude Lubke

  • Tape R-12412B
  • Item
  • 19--

Sound recording of interviews with Roy Orman and maude Lubke conducted by Wayne Schmalz on the topic of Canadian writer Sinclair Ross.

Three Lakes Rural Municipality No. 400

  • R-1464
  • File
  • 1950-1988

Records created, accumulated and used by administrators of Three Lake Rural Municipality No. 400 including Saskatchewan Department of Municipal Affairs annual reports (1950-1977); budgets (1961-1988); and voters' lists (1963-1988).

The rural municipality includes the area around the communities of Pilger, Middle Lake, St. Benedict and Reynaud.

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