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A Century in the West: Life of a Pioneer Woman - Mary Popp's Story

Memoirs of Mary Popp (nee Lowenberger) edited by Donald H. Layh and published by Twin Valley Consulting Ltd., Langenburg, Saskatchewan. Illustrated by Janet A. Layh. Mary Popp was born in 1897 in the Hoffenthal district, north east of Langenburg, to Jakob and Augustina Lowenberger. She married Henry Popp in 1914 and raised her family on the farm in the Landestreu district, near MacNutt. She died in Langenburg in 1998 at the age of 101.

Baker, Everett

  • R-561
  • File
  • ca. 1864 to 1975

Records relating to Everett Baker's involvement in Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society; assistance to Sudetan-German refugees; marking of historic trails and sites. Also includes material re co-operatives, Saskatchewan Wheat Pool and school districts in the Shaunavon area.

Barschel, Richard P.: Collector

  • R-954.1
  • File
  • 1893-1894

"Neve Gorlitzer Anzeiger", October 6, 1893-February 1, 1894. Copies of a German language newspaper which includes information on the Barschel family's move to Yorkton in December 1893.

Biog. - Wolters Family

  • Pamphlet File - Biog. - Wolters Family
  • Item
  • 1968

History of the Wolters family entitled The Wolters 1966 compiled by Lucille Wolters and published by Inter-Collegiate Press, Ltd. The book was dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolters on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary on February 16, 1967.

Canada. Department of the Interior. Topographical Surveys Branch

  • R-183
  • File
  • 1880-1934

Dominion Lands Survey files of individual surveyors employed in the area which comprises Saskatchewan. File I.512 relates to Saskatchewan Valley Land Company. Includes information relating to origins of place names.

Canada: Welt Des Weizens

German language publication entitled, Canada: Welt Des Weizens. Published by Wilhelm Andermann Verlag. Written by Ilse Schreiber, the publication chronicles her trip through Canada and includes a description of her travels and visits in north-western Saskatchewan, North Battleford, St. Walburg, Paradise Hill, etc.

Fred Neibrandt reminiscences

Typewritten reminiscences of Fred Neibrandt of Rhein, Saskatchewan relating to his life in the Rhein area and of his political activities. Neibrandt was a farmer and politician.

German Canadian Society Harmonie menu, programme and clipping

Menu for a medieval banquet and dance presented by the German Canadian Society Harmonie, held May 13, 1983.

Programme for the presentation of a Christmas Tree by the German Canadian Society Harmonie to the City of Regina on December 6, 1983. Includes music and German lyrics for O Tannenbaum and Silent Night.

Clipping from the Leader-Post, Regina (September 24, 1984) with photo and caption regarding the crowning of Lisa Froeschl as Miss Oktoberfest '84 by the German Canadian Society Harmonie.

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