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Diamond School District No. 601 records

  • TR-311
  • File
  • 1912-1932

Records created, accumulated and used by the secretary-treasurer of Diamond School District No. 601, located in the Colfax, Saskatchewan district, including correspondence; various financial records, including receipts, invoices, cancelled cheques, bank books and annual financial statements; fire insurance policy; 1929 catalogue and price list issued by the Saskatchewan School Trustees' Association; agreements between trustees and teachers, 1920-1928; a provisional teaching certificate issued to Gladys M. Loucks, 1912; a school hygiene report, 1920; a class health record, 1920; inspector's reports, 1916-1926; and monthly reports to chief attendance officer, 1921-1922, 1924.

Competition - Court's Building, Ottawa

  • R-P07.0013
  • Item

Saskatchewan Association of Architects Exhibit '67 presentation panel no. 13 showing a black and white presentation drawing entitled Elevation to Wellington Street of Supreme Court Building Showing Corners of Departmental Blocks, including front wall and tower, designed for competition by Portnall, an architect in Regina, Saskatchewan.

University of Saskatchewan: Essays

  • PI-1194
  • Item
  • 2004

Volume 3, Number 1 of University of Saskatchewan: Essays, published by the University of Saskatchewan Archives, Saskatoon. Contents consist of two essays: A Chaplain's War: Edmund Henry Oliver and the University of Vimy Ridge, 1916-1919, by Jack Coggins; and The Western Producer, by Robert Phillips.

[Ore Grangue Talent Night]

  • VT S-505
  • Item
  • 1988

Item is an amateur recording of Ore Gangue Talent Night at the University Saskatchewan and features professors Hugh Hendry and Bill Sarjeant of Geological Sciences.

Vacation with Purpose

  • VT R-9196
  • Item
  • 1946

Documentary: This film documents the 1946 automobile tour by the co-operative members from twelve states. Starting in Superior-Duluth, they travel to Manitoba and Saskatchewan where co-op enterprises are examined along the way. The tour arrives in Regina for the National Convention of the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), and meets such persons as Frank Scott, David Lewis, M.J. Goldwell, Sam Watson and T.C. Douglas. Regina scenes include downtown buildings and Saskatchewan Wheat Pool employees on their tennis courts. Also contains scenes of Moose Jaw, Davidson and Saskatoon.

Co-op Film Service, Minneapolis, Minnesota


  • VT R-9195.9
  • Item
  • 1971, reproduced 199-?

Promotional: Excerpts of promotional material of Saskatchewan Homecoming '71. Video tape transfer from Film R-7.11. By: KG



  • VT R-9195.7
  • Item
  • 1971, reproduced 199-?

News release: Scenes of Saskatchewan Homecoming '71 celebrations showing Homecoming Queen contestants and parents in the lobby of the Hotel Saskatchewan, on a bus and at a night club. Video tape transfer from Film R-8.1. By: KG


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