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Item is a colour postcard that shows an image of the public school in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Postcard is posted with a two-cent postage stamp, postmarked from Humboldt & Edmont[?], Saskatchewan, and handwritten inscription that identifies intended recipient as A.H. Ball, Esq., Inspector of Schools, Yorkton.
Item is a postcard on which is an image of Yellow Grass School. Postcard is posted with a one-cent stamp, includes postmark from Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, a handwritten inscription that identifies intended recipient as Augustus H. Ball of Yorkton, Saskatchewan and sender as J. Liggett of Yellow Grass.
- 1963 or before
Part of Thomas B. Patton family fonds
Item is a colorized image showing a group of tipis (teepees) positioned close together, at least one person is shown standing in front of a tipi and there is a line of small trees/bushes in foreground. Each of the tipis have a design on their cover - particularly near the top where the lodge poles emerge.
- GM-PH-5179 (1)-(140)
- ca. 1910-ca. 1968
Part of Photographs (Private) Collection
Interior and exterior views of the King George Hotel in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, including renovations in 1965 and road signs advertising the King George Motor Hotel, Saskatoon, in 1968; interior and exterior views of the King George Hotel in Melville, Saskatchewan; exterior views of the Blackstone Hotel, Yorkton, Saskatchewan; exterior view of Hotel Windsor (location unknown); interior views of a hotel, possibly in Humboldt, Saskatchewan; apartment building with Business Machines Service vehicle parked in front; unidentified male participants in Travellers curling spiel in Regina, 1950 wearing Melville Curling Club sweaters and Arlington Hotel, Humboldt sweaters; head and shoulders portrait of Stan Wayte; and unidentified male and female entertainers.
Image nos. 59 to 63 are colour postcards depicting Sheraton Cavalier Motor Inn, Saskatoon; King George Motor Hotel, Saskatoon; Saskatoon Boys Pipe Band; Holiday Inn, Regina; and Westward Motor Inn, Regina.
Photographers where indicated are as follows: Saskatchewan Film Board; Government of Saskatchewan, Photo Services Branch; Len Hillyard, Saskatoon; Maurice Milligan, Saskatoon; Delmar Studios, Saskatoon; Gale's Studio, Melville; Brown's Portrait Studio, Melville; and Jessop, Humboldt.
- R-A23447 (1)-(10)
- between 1914 and 1918
Items are postcards that show scenes in France, Belgium and England during World War One.
- ca. 1911
Item is a postcard on which is an image of Lemberg Public School. Postcard is posted with a one-cent stamp and includes a handwritten inscription that identifies intended recipient as Inspector Ball of Yorkton, Saskatchewan and sender as J.[?] Tomlinson.
- 1974 or before
Item is an image showing the breaking of virgin prairie in western Canada.