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Streets and buildings of Arras, France

  • R-A17195 (1)-(5)
  • Stuk
  • 1914-1918

Streets and buildings of Arras, France. The 14th century town hall before being destroyed by bombardment during the Great War. St. Nicolas Street, and St. John the Baptist Church; and Railway station place and Gambetta Street.

The bombarded city of Arras, France, during Great War

  • R-A17194 (1)-(5)
  • Stuk
  • 1914-1918

The bombarded city of Arras, France, during Great War, 1914-1916. Views of the wreckage of St. John the Baptist Church; Pharmacie de la Gare; Saint-Gery Street and the Belfry; and the interior of the Cathedral before and after the bombardment.

Photographs collected by Gwen Norelius

Miscellaneous collection of photographs including image of Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Co. Limited, Local 123 elevator; two unidentified women and a man seated in an automobile; portrait of John and Lena Treking of Hollis; portrait of Gertie Jeordoe of Hollis; exterior view of a house, possibly belonging to Mrs. Cochran; a harvesting outfit; an infant named Phyllis Ray Hunsuign; a man in Western wear standing next to a horse; a portrait of Nora Snyder; a colour postcard of Second Avenue, Saskatoon sent to Miss Ada Norelius of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; and two postcards sent to Chester Norelius of Ratner, Saskatchewan.

Parade and buildings in Saskatchewan

(1)-(5): Images of a parade in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Broadbent's Furniture Store in background. Includes view of Associated Canadian Travellers Saskatoon Club float. The prints were made by the Wilkie Studio in Wilkie, Saskatchewan on August 21, 1945.

(6): Image of street in Kerrobert, Saskatchewan. [between 1930 and 1940].

(7): View of post office, possibly in Cutknife, Saskatchewan. Unidentified First Nations woman and two girls and teepee in foreground. Ralph Fluney in background in suit; Marjorie Fluney in white shirt with left hand on post in background. [19--].

(8): Bertha (Fluney) Andrews and two unidentified men standing in front of the old Fluney house, possibly in the Tramping Lake, Saskatchewan district, with an automobile on the left in winter. [between 1930 and 1940].

(9): Postcard with exterior view of the Senator Hotel in Saskatchewan. [ca. 1970].

Saskatchewan buildings, scenes and residents

Postcards and picture postcards of various Saskatchewan communities. Some have messages written to John M. Bergstrom Junior, John Good and William J. Good of Wauchope, Saskatchewan; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Campagne of Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan and Miss Jeanne Champagne of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Some have information written in French on the backs. Publishers where indicated are as follows: The Camera Products Co., Vancouver, British Columbia; Saunders Art Studio, Napinka, Manitoba; D.W. Friesen and Sons Ltd., Altona, Manitoba; Color Productions Ltd., Regina, Saskatchewan; Western Photo Co., Napinka, Manitoba; Grant-Mann Lithographers Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia; Western Smallware and Stationery Co. Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba; The Rex Photo Supply, Regina; International Post Card Co., Montreal, Quebec.

(1): Exterior view of Cleland's Funeral Home, 3rd Street, Weyburn.
(2): Exterior view of city hall in Weyburn.
(3): Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (GTPR) bridge, Saskatoon.
(4): Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) bridge on Estevan - Lethbridge Extension.
(5): Main Street in Moose Jaw with Hotel Churchill, Army and Navy Department Store and the Exchange Cafe in view.
(6): Crescent Park, Moose Jaw.
(7): Crescent Park with St. Andrew's Church, Moose Jaw.
(8): Canadian Pacific Railway depot, Moose Jaw.
(9): Crescent Park, Moose Jaw.
(10): Bathing at Regina Beach.
(11): Rapids on Moose Mountain Creek near Oxbow.
(12): Souris River and Glen Ewen bridge.
(13): Wauchope Baseball Team.
(14): Parade, possibly in Estevan.
(15): Cree Indians and Camp.
(16): Holiday Inn Motel and Restaurant, East Broadway Avenue, Yorkton.
(17): Cavalier Motel, Yorkton.
(18): 4th Street at night, Estevan.
(19): View on 12th Avenue at night, Estevan.
(20): Midnight scene at Bergstrom's Cafe, Estevan.
(21)-(24): Damaged buildings after the storm in Estevan on June 23, 1913. Includes view of damage on John McLeod's farm.
(25)-(28): Views of Estevan including the Maple Leaf Coal and Brick Company plant and Fourth Street as seen from the post office.
(29): Women in Indian costume looking over Qu'Appelle Valley.
(30): Looking across Loch Leven Lake, Cypress Hills Provincial Park.
(31): Souvenir booklet with images of Broadway Bridge, Saskatoon; swimming and dock area at Waskesiu Lake; beach area in Waskesiu; business area in Prince Albert; Moose Jaw, including Crescent Park and St. Andrews United Church; and Regina, including Saskatchewan Legislative Building, Hotel Saskatchewan, and business section.
(32): Saskatchewan Legislative Building, Regina.
(33): Bel-Air Motel, Regina.
(34): Diefenbaker Homestead, Regina.
(35): Casa Terrace Dining Room in Vagabond Motor Inn, Regina.
(36): Vagabond Motor Inn, Albert Street, Regina.
(37): Canadian Pacific Railway station, Regina.
(38): Saskatchewan Power Corporation Building, Regina.
(39): Park Lane Motel, Regina.
(40): Flowerbed in Victoria Park with Saskatchewan Power Corporation Building in background.
(41): Saskatchewan Legislative Building at night, Regina.
(42): Albert Street Bridge over Wascana Lake at night, Regina.
(43): Aerial view of Saskatchewan Legislative Building and Wascana Lake, Regina.
(44): Provincial Parliament Buildings, Regina.
(45)-(46): College Mathieu, Gravelbourg.
(47): The Scholisticate, Lebret.
(48): Couvent [Convent] Jesus Marie, Gravelbourg.
(49): Roman Catholic Church, Weyburn.
(50): Eglise et Presbytire de St. Maurice Souvenir Du 28 Sept. 1913, Antler, Saskatchewan.
(51): Presbytere et eglise, Lisieux, Saskatchewan.
(52): Man standing in doorway of church. Location unknown.

(53): Six men and women, including Charles Quennelle, third from the left, at The Flame Dine and Dance in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

(54)-(70): Images of men, women and children, mostly unidentified, possibly residents of Willow Bunch and Wauchope, Saskatchewan. Includes wedding photo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quennelle; G.W. Orser; John Good; William (Billy) Good; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holstein and family; and country western performer Alberta Slim and his horse, Kitten.

(71)-(77): Images of the 70th wedding anniversary celebrations of Métis couple Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roy in November 1942 in Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan. Attendees included Gregoire McGillis; Mrs. Rainville; Alex (Catchoux) McGillis; Father Dugat; Louis Gosselin

Saskatchewan scenes

(1): Image of a sports day in Strasbourg, Saskatchewan. September 1919.
(2): Image of a stone monument on the site of Fort Livingstone in the Pelly, Saskatchewan district. Monument is surrounded by a fence with a gate. [1954?].
(3): Exterior view of Main Street in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan with Bank of Canada and Morrisons Drug Store in view. [1905 or after].
(4): Postcard of unidentified potash plant in Saskatchewan with a wheat field and combine harvestor in the foreground. Postcard published by Grant-Mann Lithographers Ltd. and distributed by Regina News Ltd. [1950s?].
(5): View of Canadian National Railways (CN) train at Punnichy, Saskatchewan. Buildings in background and Saskatchewan Pool elevator in view. [1960s?].
(6): View of Saskatchewan Pool No. 108 elevator in Chaplin, Saskatchewan with Canadian Pacific Railway rail car in front. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool photo. [ca. 1970].
(7): View of Saskatchewan Pool No. 476 elevator in Rowatt, Saskatchewan. [ca. 1970].

Buildings in Regina, Saskatchewan

(1)-(4): Postcards published by the B.C. Printing and Litho Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia. Postcards include images of the Saskatchewan Hotel; Normal School; Parliament Buildings; and the corner of College Avenue and Lorne Street with view of house at 2370 Lorne Street.

(5)-(10): Postcards published by Novelty Mfg. and Art Co. Ltd., Montreal, Quebec. Includes views of Regina (aerial view); Hotel Saskatchewan with cenotaph in foreground; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) station; First Baptist Church; Victoria Park and Business Section; and City Hall.

(11): Postcard with side view of Legislative Building looking east [1913 or after].