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An Indian encampment on the prairie

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.

Hotels in Saskatchewan

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.

Indian Chief and wife at camp near Banff

Item is an image showing Indian Chief standing with his wife both have feather headdresses and beaded clothing at a camp near Banff, with tipis (teepees) in the background.

Kolb, Aaron Clemens, 1871-1937

James Grant family photographs and postcards

Photographs created, accumulated and used by members of the Grant family. Includes images of agricultural machinery; post office in Riverhurst; buildings and Main Street in Landis; buildings and railway station in Dundurn; buildings and Atlantic Avenue in Kerrobert; Richlea lumber yards; farming operations; Wiseton School; an exterior view of Saskatchewan Legislative Building with grounds in front under development and cannon sitting on sidewalk in foreground; J.I. Case yards in Saskatoon ca. 1913; exterior view of St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon; Travellers Day in Saskatoon, 1918; Stanley Almighty Voice Jr. and family taken on One Arrow Indian Reserve near Batoche, Saskatchewan on October 13, 1940; and postcards sent to Ross Grant, James Grant and Mrs. James Grant in Ontario. A few images were taken by Skewis of Saskatoon.

Scrapbook compiled by Jean Oliver Allison

(1)-(171): Scrapbook consisting mainly of photographs of Stony Acres, the fieldstone house and acreage 12 miles west of Regina, Saskatchewan owned by Jean O. Allison (1909-2003). Scrapbook includes interior and exterior views of the house, the antiques, the yard in various seasons, and animals, including horses and dogs; photographs of social events; exterior views of City of Regina Health Department, Walton Health Centre; articles regarding Maureen Forrester; an obituary/eulogy for Reg Hawe, 1993; bulletins dated October 13, 1963 and December 8, 1968 for Lakeview United Church in Regina with references to the Allison family; and obituaries for Maxwell (Max) Bruce Cody, John E. Allison, and Mrs. Mary Adeline Allison.

(172)-(181): Postcards originally stored loose in the scrapbook relating to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building (captioned Night Lights) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

(182): Aerial view of Stony Acres taken by Heenan, 1979.