Transcript of a radio presentation of the reminiscences of Mrs. Steve "Win" Thompson of Regina, Saskatchewan by Jean Hinds of CBK radio, Regina. Mrs. Thompson emigrated as a 17-year-old with her mother and sister from England in 1907 and homesteaded with her family in the Earl Grey, Saskatchewan district. The story tells of Thompson's reminiscences of her travels from England, and her early homesteading experiences. Also included in file is a note from Hinds to the Saskatchewan Archives Board concering the transcript.
Copy of letter from the Saskatchewan Archives Board to R. Bodey of Kindersley, Saskatchewan containing general information on South African scrip; soldier grants; Metis scrip; pre-emptions and purchased homesteads.
Six essays submitted by senior citizens to the Canada Week Essay Contest with the theme "Pioneer Days in Saskatchewan". Winning essays were printed in the local newspapers in Wynyard, Wadena and Foam Lake.
Biographical sketches of John Dale Kennedy and his wife Ida Jemima (Niblock) Kennedy, who homesteaded in the Fort Qu'Appelle, North-West Territories district from 1882. File also includes essays and poetry written by Gordon Kennedy of Nipawin, Saskatchewan, and a family tree of the Niblock family, compiled by W.E. Niblock King.
Biographical sketch of Andrew Schan, authored by George Schan on the occasion of Andrew's seventy-fifth birthday. Born in North Dakota in 1905, Andrew Schan emigrated as an infant to Saskatchewan with his family and homesteaded in the Revenue district.
Photocopy of Prairie Trails, by Amy Arn. Reminiscences about growing up on a farm in the Kirkella district. Biographical information about members of the William and Margaret Lemon family can be found at the end of this account.