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Buildings and scenes in Saskatchewan

(1): Photo postcard of the Royal Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Regina City Hall, May 1939. Photographer: Butcher and Runnalls, Regina.

(2): Photo postcard of unidentified members of 18th Field Battery R.C.A. with cannons preparing for royal salute for arrival of Their Majesties at Legislative Building, Regina, May 25, 1939.

(3)-(16): Postcards of Regina, Saskatchewan, mainly showing the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, the University of Regina and the Regina City Hall at 2476 Victoria Avenue. Publishers of postcards where indicated include: Color Productions Ltd., Publicity and Information, University of Regina; and Canada Post.

(17)-(20): Postcards of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan including view of bridge in winter; an aerial view of the University of Saskatchewan campus; an aerial view of the city with University Bridge in the foreground; and Kiwanis Park with the Bessborough Hotel in the background. Three of the postcards are Traveltime products distributed by Prairie Crafts, Saskatoon. One postcard was published by Alex Wilson Publications Limited, Dryden, Ontario.

(21): Postcard of a prairie scene in Prongua, Saskatchewan published by Canada Post.

(22)-(39): Postcards and prints relating to Lake Manitou, Manitou Beach, Wellington Park, Manitou Springs Mineral Spa, Camp Easter Seal, and Danceland. Postcards published where indicated by Color Productions Ltd., Canadian Post Card Co. Ltd., United Specialties Ltd., Saskatoon.

(40)-(43): Postcards of Saskatchewan scenes showing combines on the Great Regina Plain; the sun setting over Lake Waskesiu; farmland near Ridgedale; and autumn in southern Saskatchewan. Postcards published by Canada Post; The Postcard Factory; and Color Productions.

Postcards of Saskatchewan scenes

Some of the postcards in this collection are addressed to Miss Mary Burn in Hespeler, Ontario; Mrs. J. Sutherland in Fleming, Saskatchewan; and C.K. Inches in Regina, Saskatchewan.

(1): Postcard captioned Doukhabors Hauling Grain, published by J.A. Stewart, Rosthern, Saskatchewan.
(2): Postcard captioned Doukhabors Plowing, published by J.A. Stewart, Rosthern, Saskatchewan.
(3): Postcard captioned Bird's Eye View of Rosthern, Sask., published for Rosthern Drug Co. by Warwick Bros. & Rutter Ltd., Toronto.
(4): Postcard captioned Main St. Looking South, Manor, Sask. published by Stedman Bros., Limited, Brantford. [ca. 1911].
(5): Postcard captioned Horseless Vehicle in Rosthern, Sask. published for Rosthern Drug Co. by Warwick Bros. & Rutter, Limited, Toronto.
(6): Postcard captioned Ranching in the Canadian West. Group of Cowboys.[ca. 1912].
(7): Postcard captioned Town Hall, Rosthern, Sask., published for Rosthern Drug Co., by Warwick Bros. & Rutter Limited, Toronto.
(8): Postcard captioned View of Rosthern, Sask., published by Rosthern Drug Co., by Warwick Bros. & Rutter Limited, Toronto.
(9): Postcard captioned Carlyle Lake. [ca. 1927].
(10): Postcard with view from the Legislative Gardens looking north across Wascana Lake with Saskatchewan Power Corporation Building and Hotel Saskatchewan in background. Distributed by Regina News Ltd. and made by Grant - Mann Lithographers Ltd.
(11): Postcard with view of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building with Wascana Lake in foreground. Distributed by Regina News Ltd. Made by Grant - Mann Lithographers Ltd.
(12): Postcard showing exterior view of Provincial Administration Building, Regina. Distributed by Western Smallware & Stat. Co. Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba.
(13): Postcard with map of Canada marked with Rosthern with caption "The Only Town on the Map". [ca. 1910].
(14): Postcard with view of Lemsford Ferry Regional Park, located on the south bank of the South Saskatchewan River. Published by King Size Photo Service, Regina, Saskatchewan.
(15): Postcard with view of the Leader Lions Swimming Pool in Leader, Saskatchewan. Published by King Size Photo Service, Regina, Saskatchewan. ca. 1963.
(16): Postcard with aerial view of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Barracks in Regina, Saskatchewan. Published by Western Smallware & Stationery Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba.
(17): Postcard with aerial view of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Regina published by Western Smallware & Stationery Co. Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba. Aerial view by Photographic Survey No. C-1512.
(18): Postcard with exterior view of Saskatchewan Government Telephones Head Office in Regina, published by Color Productions Ltd., Regina. [ca. 1972].
(19): Postcard with view of Saskatchewan Legislative Building in winter, published by Color Productions Ltd., Regina.
(20): Postcard captioned The Little Chapel on the Square, showing the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) chapel in Regina, published by Color Productions, Regina.
(21): Postcard with view of the swimming pool, store, cafe and recreation hall at Cypress Hills Provincial Park. Published by Color Productions Ltd., Regina. [ca. 1972].
(22): Postcard with aerial view of Regina, Saskatchewan published by Color Productions Ltd., Regina.

Yellowgrass School

  • R-A392
  • Stuk
  • 1911

Item is a postcard on which is an image of Yellow Grass School. Postcard is posted with a one-cent stamp, includes postmark from Yellowgrass, Saskatchewan, a handwritten inscription that identifies intended recipient as Augustus H. Ball of Yorkton, Saskatchewan and sender as J. Liggett of Yellow Grass.

Lemberg Public School

  • R-A393
  • Stuk
  • 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.

Public school in Humboldt

  • R-A417
  • Stuk
  • 1911

Item is a colour postcard that shows an image of the public school in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Postcard is posted with
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.

Groome, Paul F.

  • R-1272.1
  • Bestanddeel
  • 1907-1959

Records created, accumulated and used by Paul F. Groome (1896-1992) of Regina, Saskatchewan as follows: minutes of Rae Street Methodist Church, Regina, Saskatchewan, July 10, 1907 to February 20, 1912; minutes of Sixth Avenue United Church, Regina, April 6, 1936 to October 1, 1951; "minutes of the Young Men's Christian Association of Regina, Saskatchewan covering the period from 1890 to 1959" by Paul F. Groome and related source materials; Institute of Power Engineers decal; Western Canada Firemens' Association convention badge, 1908; and photographs relating mainly to Regina, Saskatchewan and its pioneers (including Harry Hourie, William Wallace Gibson, Zachary M. Hamilton, George Barr and Mrs. George Barr); electric power plants; and the activities and facilities of the YMCA, including its camps, swimming pool; Rae Street Methodist Church; Sixth Avenue United Church; St. John's United Church; Regina Boat Club regattas on Wascana Lake. Groome was employed as an engineer at the Regina Municipal Power Plant from 1929 to 1961.

Groome, Paul F., 1896-1992

Buildings and scenes in Saskatchewan

(1): Photo postcard of the Royal Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Regina City Hall, May 1939. Photographer: Butcher and Runnalls, Regina.

(2): Photo postcard of unidentified members of 18th Field Battery R.C.A. with cannons preparing for royal salute for arrival of Their Majesties at Legislative Building, Regina, May 25, 1939.

(3)-(16): Postcards of Regina, Saskatchewan, mainly showing the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, the University of Regina and the Regina City Hall at 2476 Victoria Avenue. Publishers of postcards where indicated include: Color Productions Ltd., Publicity and Information, University of Regina; and Canada Post.

(17)-(20): Postcards of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan including view of bridge in winter; an aerial view of the University of Saskatchewan campus; an aerial view of the city with University Bridge in the foreground; and Kiwanis Park with the Bessborough Hotel in the background. Three of the postcards are Traveltime products distributed by Prairie Crafts, Saskatoon. One postcard was published by Alex Wilson Publications Limited, Dryden, Ontario.

(21): Postcard of a prairie scene in Prongua, Saskatchewan published by Canada Post.

(22)-(39): Postcards and prints relating to Lake Manitou, Manitou Beach, Wellington Park, Manitou Springs Mineral Spa, Camp Easter Seal, and Danceland. Postcards published where indicated by Color Productions Ltd., Canadian Post Card Co. Ltd., United Specialties Ltd., Saskatoon.

(40)-(43): Postcards of Saskatchewan scenes showing combines on the Great Regina Plain; the sun setting over Lake Waskesiu; farmland near Ridgedale; and autumn in southern Saskatchewan. Postcards published by Canada Post; The Postcard Factory; and Color Productions.

Manitou Beach and Regina, Saskatchewan

(1) Exterior view of the Capitol Theatre, on the corner of 12th Avenue and Scarth Street in Regina. Image taken by Alex Gedo. [1992 or before].
2) View of salty foam on Manitou Beach, at Manitou Lake, July 1993. Image taken by Alex Gedo.
3) Postcard of Rainbow Danceland, at Manitou Beach, published by Color Productions, Regina, Saskatchewan. [ca. 1993]
4) Postcard of Manitou Springs Mineral Spa at Manitou Beach with view of men and women soaking in the water. Postcard published by Color Productions, Regina, Saskatchewan. Photograph taken by Jean Sproule. [ca. 1993].
5) Postcard of White's Swimming Pool, Manitou Beach, Watrous, Saskatchewan ca. 1922. Postcard is no. 6 in a series published by Photogelatine Engraving Co. Limited, Ottawa, Ontario.

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