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North-West Territorial Buildings, Cairn at Fort Livingstone, Springside School, parades in Yorkton and Regina, etc.

  • GM-PH-5116 (1)-(28)
  • Pièce
  • 188-?-192-?

Records are reproduced images from a collection of negatives accumulated by Lee Buckmaster of Bethune, Saskatchewan. Included are: (1) to (4) the North-West Territories Administration Building, Indian Office and North-West Territories Council Building, located on Dewdney Avenue, Regina; (5) Regina's first railway station depot, constructed in 1882; (6) Canadian Pacific Railway staff at Regina, 1886; (7) Dr. Cotton and John Kerr, along with a dog, and a horse and carriage; (8) Wascana Lake with the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in the distance; (9) large group of people gathered at Wascana Park, May 24, 1896; (10) Hudson's Bay Company post, also known as the "old Fort office", at Fort Qu'Appelle; (11) ethnic Germans from the Banat region of Austria-Hungary gathered at the Zichydorf Colony southeast of Regina, ca. 1904; (12) assortment of large stones on a clearing of land; (13) to (14) group of students standing in front of an unidentified one-room school house; (15) unidentified building, similar to a park office, surrounded by trees; (16) to (17) cairn at Fort Livingstone commemorating the first government and session of the North-West Council (1876 and 1877); (18) to (19) school building for Springside S.D. No. 1148 at Springside, Saskatchewan; (20) to (22) parade proceeding on Broadway Avenue, Yorkton; (23) to (24) parade proceeding from Albert Street on to 11th Avenue, Regina; (25) to (27) herd of elk on a farm; (28) group of men working on an artesian well.

John Walter Gee family records

  • FH-94
  • Pièce
  • 191?-2006 (reproduced 2011)

Records pertaining to the John Walter Gee family who homesteaded in the Cupar, Saskatchewan district from the early 1900s. Records include genealogical charts and reports, excerpts from Cupar local history books, reproduced land records, and scanned photographs.

Outdoor Church Service in Albertown

  • S-B9204
  • Pièce
  • copied 1986 (originally created 191-?)

Outdoor church services conducted by Reverend Sikora in the Albertown district near Hafford, Saskatchewan. Inscription in Ukrainian on photo.

Picking Rocks on Fields

  • S-B9205
  • Pièce
  • copied 1986 (originally created 191-?)

J.A. Hochay and Bill Woytiuk picking rocks in the farm of N. Kowalsky in the Whitkow-Hafford, Saskatchewan district. Inscription in Ukrainian on photo.

Ukrainian House

  • S-B9206
  • Pièce
  • copied 1986 (originally created 191-?)

A horse drawn wagon parked in front of a Ukrainian house with a thatched roof, between Whitkow and Krydor, Saskatchewan. Inscription in Ukrainian on photo.

First Threshing Machine in Whitkow District

  • S-B9207
  • Pièce
  • copied 1986 (originally created 191-?)

Oxen pulling the first threshing machine on F. Kurylo's farm in the Whitkow, Saskatchewan district. Inscription in Ukrainian on photo.

Row of Automobiles

  • S-B9203
  • Pièce
  • copied 1986 (originally created 192-?)

A long row of automobiles owned by patrons of the store owned by M. Stashyn parked outside of the store in Whitkow, Saskatchewan. Inscription in Ukrainian on photo.

Members of Saskatoon City Golf Club

  • S-B7040
  • Pièce
  • copied 1982 (originally created 192-?)

Unidentified members of the Saskatoon City Golf Club. Image taken by Steele, Saskatoon. Members are wearing golfing attire and holding golf clubs.

Photographs of orchestras in Regina, Saskatchewan

  • GM-PH-5245 (1)-(2)
  • Pièce
  • 192?-1933

(1): Group photograph of members of a children's orchestra. Margaret "Peggy" Gale, a violinist, is standing in the back row, fourth from the left. Original matte frame was embossed with "Queen City Studio, 778 Hamilton Street, Regina" 192?

(2): Group photograph of the members of the Canadian Legion Orchestra, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1932-33. Margaret "Peggy" Gale is seated on the far left. Image taken by Butcher and Runnalls, Regina.

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