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Frontier and pioneer life With digital objects
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A sod house

  • R-A9487
  • Item
  • copied 1972 (originally created 1914)

Exterior view of a sod house with a two-deck wagon box, covered with binder canvas, placed in front of the house, used as a coal bin during the winter.

Information on the back of the photograph written by H.W. Jones of Lucky Lake, Saskatchewan on April 5, 1972: This sod house was built in 1911 on William G. Jones's homestead. Location - NW 1/4 Sec. 6 Tp. 24 Rg. 10 W3rd meridian in Saskatchewan, Canada. This photo is an enlargement reproduced from the original which was taken, developed, printed and finished by Harold W. Jones in 1914.

Log and plaster house belonging to the Mabons

  • R-A9490
  • Item
  • 1907

Log and plaster house belonging to the Mabons in the Tullisville district, water barrel beside it, two men on horseback, and man in buggy drawn by a horse.

J. Anderson in a group photo

  • R-A14329
  • Item
  • 1953 or before

J. Anderson in a group photo with Mr. and Mrs. A. Kennedy, Bella Anderson, Mrs. A. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Isbister, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robertson, Albert Erasmus and others.

Possibly the upstairs interior of a store in Rosthern

  • R-A14348
  • Item
  • ca. 1900

Possibly the upstairs interior of a store in Rosthern. The photo shows a man and woman in the living room area. In this area there is an arm chair, two wooden chairs, an end table and table and chairs.

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