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Children and Grandparents Oral History Program - Gladys Angley

  • Tape R-2698
  • Item
  • 1980

An interview with Gladys Angley of Regina, Saskatchewan conducted by Jay Peters and Sean Veale for the Children and Grandparents Oral History Program, initiated in 1980 by the Saskatchewan Archives Board to commemorate Saskatchewan's 75th anniversary. A summary and release form are included.

Children and Grandparents Oral History Program - John Andrusiak

  • Tape R-2985
  • Item
  • 1980

An interview with John Andrusiak (born 1912) of Foam Lake, Saskatchewan conducted by Lori Andrusiak for the Children and Grandparents Oral History Program, initiated by the Saskatchewan Archives Board in 1980 to commemorate Saskatchewan's 75th anniversary. A summary and release form are included.

Children and Grandparents Oral History Program - Arnold Agnew

  • Tape R-3051
  • Item
  • 1980

An interview with Arnold Agnew (born 1891) of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Interview conducted by Joe McKay in Prince Albert for the Children and Grandparents Oral History Program, initiated by the Saskatchewan Archives Board to commemorate Saskatchewan's 75th anniversary in 1980. A summary and release form are included.

Children and Grandparents Oral History Program - Ingrid Andreasen

  • Tape R-3413
  • Item
  • 1980-11

An interview with Ingrid Andreasen (born 1907) of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan conducted by John Hnatyshyn for the Children and Grandparents Oral History Program, initiated by the Saskatchewan Archives Board to commemorate Saskatchewan's 75th anniversary in 1980. A summary is included.

Children and Grandparents Oral History Program - Mrs. Andrews

  • Tape R-2208
  • Item
  • 1980-06

An interview with Mrs. Andrews of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan conducted by Pernilla Berlin for the Children and Grandparents Oral History Program, initiated by the Saskatchewan Archives Board in 1980 to commemorate Saskatchewan's 75th anniversary. A summary and release form are included.

Children and Grandparents Oral History Program - Ellen Andreasen

  • Tape R-2213
  • Item
  • 1980

An interview with Ellen Andreasen of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan conducted by David Smart for the Children and Grandparents Oral History Program initiated by the Saskatchewan Archives Board to commemorate Saskatchewan's 75th anniversary in 1980. A summary and release form are included.

Communist Party Scrapbook

  • Micro. R-2.454
  • Item
  • 19--

Scrapbook of clippings covering various topics:
Anglican Church of Canada - Manitoba - Manitoba church has its old relics - Christ church of The Pas, Manitoba (Vol. 121, p. 4).
Assiniboin Indians - The pipe of peace - chapter of history of Assiniboine tribe (Vol. 123, p. 24)
Timothy Buck - Tim Buck Book - New Weapon to Working Class (Vol. 109, p.13)
Timothy Buck - Story of a Great Life (Vol. 119, p.5)
Timothy Buck - Unity to end War. Tim's lifetime work (Vol. 119, p.29)
Timothy Buck - Tim Buck, Canada's best union leader (Vol. 119, p.29)
Timothy Buck - Whatever I am...Marxism and the struggles of Canadian working class have made me..(Vol. 119, p.31)
Timothy Buck - Tim's party recalls some earlier scenes (Vol. 120, p.3)
Timothy Buck - Wife, mother, communist. Alice and Tim to celebrate 30th wedding anniversary (Vol. 120, p.11)
Timothy Buck - How Tim became party leader, 1930-1950 (Vol. 120, p.14)
Brands - Smoke from the branding iron, by J.W.G. MacEwan (Vol. 126, p.34-35)
Bone Pile Butte - Situated near Wainright, Alberta (Vol. 117, p.1)
American Bison - How Sammy Walking Coyote saved the buffalo (Vol. 111, p.23)
American Bison - True facts on disappearance (Vol. 113, p. 25)
Birds - Whooping cranes article by B.W. Cartwright (Vol. 115, p.1)
John Chartrand - The last of our famous frontier scouts (Vol. 113, p. 13)
Fur trade - Fur traders on the Qu'Appelle. Those were the wild and stirring days, by Gilbert Johnson (Vol. 117, p. 33-34)
Fort Walsh - Historical articles on Fort Walsh, by Senator F.W. Gershaw, Medicine Hat, Alberta (Vol. 118, p. 16)
Indigenous peoples - The pipe of peace - chapter of history of Assiniboin tribe (Vol. 123, p. 24)
Indigenous peoples - Record shows Geronimo was right! Indians must fight for existence (Vol. 110, p. 8-9)
Indigenous peoples - Alberta - Canada's first cattleman - the Indian, by Arnold Lupson, Calgary, Alberta (Col. 123, p. 1)
Indigenous peoples - Edward Ahenakew - A militant churchman. Cree missionary at Frog Lake, by B. Cameron (Vol. 120, p. 38-39)
Indigenous peoples - The pipe of peace - chapter of history of Assiniboine tribe (Vol. 123, p. 24)
Indigenous peoples - Economic conditions - Underdeveloped Indian reserved. This arable land should be cultivated, by Dan Kennedy (Vol. 121, p. 24)
Indigenous peoples - Chief Crowfoot remembered (Vol. 110, p. 11)
Indigenous peoples - George Goden, alias Kiskawasis, by C. Beadsdell (Vol. 118, p. 14-15)
Indigenous peoples - A Legend - The White Winged Canoe (Vol. 120, p. 35)
Indigenous peoples - Legend of the Indian pipe of peace (Vol. 117, p. 22)
Indigenous peoples - Ogopogas and an Indian legend, by William H. McKay (Vol. 116, p. 39)
Indigenous peoples - Early pioneer traded with Indians, by W.B. Cameron (Red Pheasant Reserve) (Vol. 122, p. 28-29)
Indigenous peoples - Indian treaties - inviolate pacts? (Vol. 122, p. 18)
Indigenous peoples - United States - Grandfathers and wise counsellors (Delaware Indians), by Big White Owl (Vol. 116, p. 7-8)
Indigenous peoples - United States - The Dakotas look back on a trail of broken treaties (Vol. 120, p. 29)
Indigenous peoples - Red Man takes the war trail. Canada's Indians join paleface brothers in war against Huns (Vol. 118, p. 12-13)
Loon Lake - 1885: The last engagement of rebellion (Vol. 117, p. 16-17)
North-West Rebellion, 1885 - 1885: The last engagement of rebellion (Vol. 117, pg. 16-17)
North-West Rebellion - History note - tells of Frog Lake Massacre (Vol. 101, pg. 1)
North-West Rebellion - Prairies only naval engagement (Vol. 120, p. 37)
Potash - Canada's forgotten industry (Vol. 110, p. 2)
Ranches and ranching - Smoke from the branding iron, by J.W. G. MacEwan (Vol. 126, pg. 34-35).
Riel, Louis David - The Rebel (Vol. 117, p. 20)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police - The '74 Mounties. The great march across the plains, by Major Fred A. Bagley, Banff, Alberta (Vol. 123, pg. 16-23).
Russell, Charles Marion - The old west lives through Russell's brush, by B. Cameron, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan (Vol. 121, p. 32).
Russell, Charles Marion - Charlie Russell comes home, by B. Cameron (Vol. 121, p. 35).
Russell, Charles Marion - Russell's great gift of humor, by B. Cameron (Vol. 121, pg. 33-34).

Regina's Heritage Homes Oral History Project

  • Tape R-5648 to R-5680
  • File
  • 1981

In preparing a book about houses in Regina, Saskatchewan built prior to 1914, Margaret Hryniuk and Meta Perry found that oral history interviews with present and former occupants were their best sources of information. They conducted interviews with members of many of the city's early prominent families, for the most part in professional and business circles. The following are some that are specifically mentioned: Bole; Barr; Thornton; Cruikshank; Corbett; Duncan; Gardiner; Hamilton; Hill; McPherson; Pettingell; Thompson; Bryant; Masons; Dawson; McKenzie; Brown; McCallum; Heffernan; Turgeon; Howe; McCauslin; McBeth; Balfour; Davis; Rowan; Sneath; Darke; Peart; and Martin.

Many different homes are talked about but those that are described in detail include: 2102 (now 2100) Scarth Street; 2244 Scarth Street; 2990, 3220, 3238, 3100 and 3118 Albert Street; 2530 College Avenue; 2164 Hamilton Street; 2605 Angus Boulevard; 2805 McCallum Avenue; and 281 Leopold Crescent.

Interviewees are as follows:

Pauline Andray (R-5648)
Elizabeth Ansley (R-5649)
Robert Millican Barr (R-5650; R-5651)
Maija Ruth Bismanis (R-5652; R-5653)
Marion Bowering (R-5654)
Elizabeth Cruickshank (R-5655; R-5656)
Denise Currie (R-5657)
Isabel C. Darke (R-5658)
J.A. Duncan (R5659; R-5660)
J. Wilf Gardiner (R-5661; R-5662)
George Hamilton (R-5663; R-5664)
W. Robert W. Hill (R-5665; R-5666; R-5667)
Stuart Lazear (R-5668)
John A. McKenzie (R-5669)
Iowa MacPherson (R-5670; R-5671)
Ethel Malone (R-5672)
Enid Mounteer (R-5673)
Florence Stuart Pettingell (R-5674)
Millie Pettingell (R-5674)
Marie Rigby (R-5675)
Muriel Rowan (R-5676 to R-5679)
Marian [Marion] Yingst (R-5680)

Summaries of the interviews are available.

Denise Currie was the owner of the house at 3220 Albert Street. She spoke of the interior fixtures and designs of the house and renovations which the Curries made and those completed previously by Ann James, former owner.

Isabel C. Darke was an early occupant of the house at 3238 Albert Street and the daughter of Dr. Corbett. She spoke of the house, life in it, entertainment, and other Regina families.

J. Wilf Gardiner was a former occupant of the house at 2530 College Avenue. He recalled details about its interior, life there, other Regina families and houses, the city's history, political situations, the influence of the Ku Klux Klan and the Regina Riot, 1935.

W. Robert W. Hill was an original occupant of the house at 2990 Albert Street. He described in detail the interior of the house and the grounds with anecdotes about life there, entertaining guests, social events, his family background and other Regina families.

Marion Yingst was an early occupant of the house at 3100 Albert Street. She recalled details about the interior design, the grounds and life there.

Ethel Malone and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Barr spoke of the Bole family history and of other Regina families and homes.

Iowa MacPherson spoke of early social life among Regina's prominent families, her political involvement through her husband, Justice A.A. MacPherson, political associates, life in the house at 2164 Hamilton Street, and details about its interior and exterior.

Stuart Lazear spoke of the styles, trends and influences that were present in the architecture of many of Regina's early homes.

Enid Mounteer was an early occupant of the house at 2605 Angus Boulevard, Regina. She recalled details of its interior and grounds, life there and other families and houses near there.

John A. McKenzie spoke of some of the houses in built in Regina up to 1914, architects, suppliers and various techniques that were used.

Marie Rigby was an early occupant of the house at 2805 McCallum Avenue, Regina, and spoke of the interior of the house, renovations, the grounds and other early Regina families and homes.

Pauline Andray was the owner of 3118 Albert Street and she spoke of the house, its original state, renovations made by previous owners and themselves and descriptions of fixtures, wood trim and windows.

Elizabeth I. Ansley was an early occupant of the house at 281 Leopold Crescent. She described the house as it was in the 1920s, renovations which have been made, anecdotes relating to life there, her family background, especially concerning her father, Judge Harold Thompson, their hobbies such as mountain climbing and handicrafts, and their neighbours and friends.

Saskatchewan Roughrider Grey Cup Victory of 1966 Oral History Project

  • Tape R-10324 to R-10335
  • File
  • 1987

The first-ever Grey Cup victory of the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1966 had a tremendous impact upon the province. A holiday atmosphere prevailed for many months and the players were honoured in countless civic and community events. Recalling those days are former players, journalists and team administrators. The project was conducted as an exercise for a Journalism class at the University of Regina organized by lecturer Jill Spelliscy. Interviewers included Val McGregor; Barb Pacholik; Carolyn Sereda; Markus Schwake; Rob Vanstone; and Lisa Wilson.

Interviewees are as follows:
Roy S. Archer (R-10324)
Ronald Atchison (R-10325)
Donovan C. Beisel (R-10326)
Carol Gay Bell (R-10327)
Robert Alan Ford (R-10328)
Joanne Martin (R-10329)
Ken Reed (R-10330)
Ted Urness (R-10331)
Jack Walker (R-10332)
Kenneth D. West (R-10333)
Donald White (R-10334)
Gene Wlasiuk (R-10335)

Records of the Regina Industrial School and Battleford Industrial School

  • Micro. R-2.40
  • File
  • copied 1953 (originally created 1891-1910)

Records of the Indian Industrial School in Regina, Saskatchewan consisting of an admissions register, 1891-1908 and issues of Progress, a publication issued under the auspices of the Regina Industrial School, 1897-1910 (not inclusive). The admissions register includes the name of pupil, date of admission, age, name of tribe/band, parents' name and religion, physical description, and previous education.

Publication entitled Yellow Shield: The Story of an Indian Boy, written by R.B. Heron and printed at the Regina Indian School.

Issues of The Guide, a publication issued under the auspices of the Indian Industrial School at Battleford, July, 1895-June, 1899 (Volume 4, No. 1 to Volume 7, No. 12).

Journal of Proceedings of the Sixth Meeting of the Synod of the Diocese of Saskatchewan held at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on August 22, 1894.

Publications entitled Indian Missions, Diocese of Saskatchewan with reports on missions and schools, etc., dated 1901, 1902, January 1, 1903-June 30, 1904, and June 1909.

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