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Stately brick home on corner of 1st Avenue and 20th Street East

  • R-B4258
  • Item
  • 1947

Item is an image showing the home, commonly known as the Keyhole Castle located at the corner of 1st Avenue and 20th Street East in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Keyhole Castle was built between 1911 to 1913 by Prince Albert businessman Samuel McLeod. McLeod commissioned Erich W. Wojahn from Stillwater, Minnesota to design the home. The home included a library, sun room and gallery, servant’s room, and a small ballroom set under a steeply pitched roof of the third floor. The building includes materials such as exotic hardwoods, inlays and marbles in the furnishings, gold leaf detailing in the dining room, bevelled and stained glass, and custom-made door and window hardware throughout. McLeod lived in the house until his death in early 1929, and his second wife Mrs. Winnifred McLeod (nee Biggar) continued to live in Keyhole Castle until 1943. Named as a national historic site in 1975, the building operates as a bed and breakfast.

Anglican Diocese of Saskatchewan Conference

  • S-B6681
  • Item
  • 1891-08-05

Items are original images of the Conference of the Diocese of Saskatchewan held at St. Alban's Church in Prince Albert from August 5, 1891.

Prince Albert elevators

  • R-A4374
  • Item
  • ca. 1905

Prince Albert - elevators, one in background under construction.

Men at a lumber camp near Prince Albert

  • R-A1661 (1)-(3)
  • Item
  • 19--

A few men outside a tent, holding cups and plates; three men inside a tent beside a stove and a long table set for dinner inside a tent. Possibly a lumber camp near Prince Albert.

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