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Moose Jaw - The Home for the Canadian Hen

  • PI-81-53.1 (3)
  • Component
  • 2001

Item component is an article by Gordon C. Church that appears in volume 53, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History beginning on page 19.

Church, Gordon C. (Gordon Cameron), 1930-2009

Collage of advertisements

  • S-B6556
  • Stuk
  • 1910 or after

Item is a photograph reproduction of a collage of advertisements in which most advertisements are accompanied by descriptive text and imagery.

From left to right, top to bottom advertisements are: National Finance Company Limited for the materials and plans of a house design ("Lethbridge"); International Stock Food Co. Ltd. for the product "3 Feeds for One Cent" animal tonic and for a free picture of the horse Dan Patch; Eaton's for the publication and mailing of their latest spring and summer catalogue to residents in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba; Dominion Produce Co. for farmers to ship them poultry and hogs; Dr. B. J. Kendall Co. for Kendall's Spavin Cure (treatment for spavin, splints, ringbone, bone growth, and lameness); Edison Phonograph Distributors for the latest phonograph models and Amberol records (cylinder recordings); Rock City Tobacco Co. for the product Maple Sugar Tobacco; C. W. Lindsay Limited for bagpipes; J. M. Stowe for pigs (Poland China breed); Steele Briggs Seed Co. for Marquis Wheat seed; Steele Mitchell, Limited for Kodak cameras and "everything photographic"; and Standard Wire Fence Co. for wire fencing.

National Finance Company advertisement includes image of a completed "Lethbridge" style home.

3 Feeds for One Cent advertisement shows images of horses (Dan Patch, Cresceus, Directum, Arion), a cowboy calling from his horse, and a bucket of the product.

Eaton's advertisement shows a man and woman reading separate copies of a catalogue; an Eaton's department store, and sample pages from a catalogue.

Kendall's Spavin Cure shows a light-coloured horse.

Edison Phonograph advertisement shows different views and models of phonograph players, a photograph of Thomas Edison, and an image of a group (family) around a phonograph with children dancing near the player and a figure in blackface appearing to come out of the horn of the phonograph.

C.W. Lindsay advertisement shows a piper dressed in a kilt, sporran, plume hat, garter flashes and draped with tartan cloth.

J.M. Stowe advertisement shows a profile view of a Poland China pig.

Steele Mitchell advertisement shows in profile a folding camera (similar to the No. 4A model B) with rubber tube and bulb.

Standard Wire Fence Company advertisement shows an image of a collapsed wooden fence and an image of a completed stretch of steel fencing.

Poultry Board Hearing, Saskatoon

  • Tape R-15122
  • Stuk
  • 1985 or before

The only description identifying what the tape is about is written on the box and reads, "Feb. 6. Poultry Board Hearing"

Saskatchewan. Dept. of Co-operation and Co-operative Development. Deputy Minister