- Clippings File - Local Histories - Moose Jaw
Document titled City of Moose Jaw Water Supply, by P.B. Peacock, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., D.I.H., Regional Medical Health Officer, Health Region No. 6, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The document discusses the sources, treatment, quality, and recommendations for Moose Jaw's water supply. [1953 or 1954].
Document titled Talk to Moose Jaw Rotary Club Monday, September 19, 1966. (13 p.) Talk on the history of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan given by W.G. Davies.
Homestead Entries in Vicinity of Moose Jaw (Detailed list), creator unknown, [19--]. List includues the section, date of entry, name of entrant, and date patent issued for Townships 16 and 17, Range 26, West of the 2nd Meridian, and Townships 16 and 17, Range 27, West of the 2nd Meridian.
Correspondence between Saskatchewan Archives Board staff and Miss Ida Cooke, Assistant to the Chief Librarian, Moose Jaw Public Library, Moose Jaw, dated October 29 to November 7, 1968, regarding information on John Connors, convicted of murder in Moose Jaw in 1885.
Correspondence between Lewis H. Lewry, Mayor, City of Moose Jaw, and Allan R. Turner, Provincial Archivist, Regina, dated November 23 to December 7, 1967, regarding identifying the history of Mike Oka and Bear Ghost who appear on carved plaques on the 4th Avenue Viaduct in Moose Jaw.
Letter from Ochankugàhe (Dan Kennedy), Assiniboine Reserve, Montmartre, to Mr. Thomas, dated November 21, 1951, regarding possible Indian names to be used to designate brigdes, etc. in Moose Jaw. A typed copy of a portion of the letter is also included.
Correspondence between Ida R. Cooke, Acting Chief Librarian, Moose Jaw Public Library, Moose Jaw, and Allan R. Turner, Provincial Archivist, Regina, dated April 29 to May 3, 1968, regarding the activities of Sitting Bull in the Moose Jaw area.
Copy of letter from Allan R. Turner, Archival Assistant, Regina, to Mr. Jack Meikle [sp?], Moose Jaw, dated April 25, 1961, regarding the activities of Sitting Bull in the Moose Jaw area. Copy produced on the same date as the original.
Letter from Dr. Fred B. Cooper, Dentist, Moose Jaw, to Mrs. M. Kamen-Kaye, Regina, dated September 1, 1952, regarding appreciation for having been sent a copy of an editorial written by Mrs. Kamen-Kaye, as well as relating several stories from old-timers about the Jones Gang, Louis Riel, and the family of Sitting Bull.
Articles from various sources providing a history and description of Moose Jaw, 1905-1967. The article titled Farmers History - Moose Jaw District, by David Watson, Moose Jaw Times-Herald, May 24, 1937, is photocopied, copy produced July 16, 2014.