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Bobs Caldwell fonds

  • F 395
  • Fonds
  • 1930-2008

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by Bobs Caldwell of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in his participation as a member of the Board of Directors of the Saskatoon Jazz Society throughout the 1980s and 1990s. As a member of the Board, Caldwell helped to organize the activities of the Society and various projects including the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival and the American Pavilion of Saskatoon's Folkfest. The types of records included are minutes, committee notes, reports, clippings, financial statements, programmes, posters and photographs.

The fonds has been arranged into one series: Saskatoon Jazz Society.

The fonds also includes a small volume of records created, accumulated and used by Miss Phebe Winifred (Winnie) Rowles (1907-1995), aunt of Bobs Caldwell, relating to chautauqua.

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 28 Feb. 1966 - 12 Mar. 1966

  • FILM S-1697
  • Item
  • 1966-02-28 to 1966-03-12

News: (1) C.B. MacDonald on government not interfering in youth programs. (2) Saskatchewan Government Insurance Office convention, Bessborough Hotel; workshops, displays (silent). (3) George Agar, Saskatoon Blades coach, on recent and upcoming hockey games. (4) Children receive oral polio vaccine from nurses in a gym (silent). (5) "Little Royal" cattle show, University of Saskatchewan barn; cattle are displayed, a man rides a "bucking" saddle, arm wrestling and milk drinking contests, speech (silent). (6) Mike(?) McCourt news item on J.W. Gardiner's presentation, on renovations at the Legislature, and on provincial government business. (7) Provincial ski meet, Mount Blackstrap; downhill skiiers in action (silent). (8) Milk drinking contest, University of Saskatchewan barn; a man drinks milk (silent). (9) Martin Pederson on his objections to the provincial Liberal government budget. (10) Don Neker on an unidentified provincial high school basketball tournament. (11) Mrs. R.J. Higbee on schools setting up kindergarten classes. (12) Mr. Basken on resolving a strike [news item: "B.A. strike"]. (13) Mr. Davidson on resolving the same strike. (14) C.C.F.-N.D.P. nominating convention; John Brockelbank speaks to a small audience; Roy Romanow speaks (silent). (15) Jazz quintet playing [news item: "Jazz festival"]. (16) Elementary school class in action [news item: "French school opens"] (silent). (17) Oil refinery exteriors (silent). (18) Gordon Grant on road improvements for Highway 11. (19) Wes Robbins on an increase in house insurance rates. (20) Saskatchewan Technical Institute open house; people tour displays, student nurses and dermatologists at work, etc. (silent). (21) Mr. M. Jaeger on reconciling the Western Development Museum with the Pionera Exposition board. (22) Stu Goodings on people joining an unspecified company. (23) Men fill a hopper on a snowmobile with mosquito-killing chemicals (silent). (24) Melting ice sculptures in front of City Hall; children play in a puddle; a man shovels wet snow (silent). (25) Mike(?) McCourt news item on the provincial Liberal government budget. (26) Dr. Orban, University of Saskatchewan, on a socio-economic study on young boys. (27) Rev. Edworthy on a building fund for the Young Men's Christian Association. (28) Rev. Edworthy on the best time of day for a campaign blitz. (29) P.C. Allen on British exports to Canada.

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.)

Programmes and invitations

Programme/menu for Royal United Services Institute of Regina, Regina Officers' Mess Armistice Ball on November 9, 1991.

Programme for the 4th Annual du Maurier Ltd. Saskatchewan Jazz Festival in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, June 28 to July 2, 1990.

Programme for the presentation of Cats, Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts, Regina, July 31 to August 4, 1991.

Programme for Royal Winnipeg Ballet performance of Nutcracker, Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts, Regina, December 1 to 3, 1987.

Card and programme for the official welcome of the Governor General of Canada, Ramon John Hnatyshyn, and Mrs. Hnatyshyn on May 22, 1990 at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Regina.

Order of Service for the Province of Saskatchewan's Remembrance Day Service on November 7, 1991 at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Regina.

Invitation issued by Sutherland Books and McClelland & Stewart Publishers to the celebration of the publication of Maggie Siggins' book entitled Revenge of the Land on November 5, 1991 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Programme for the Second Summer Concert of the St. Paul's Cathedral Junior Choir on May 12, 1991 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Card for the opening reception and artist talk by Guy Giard at Neutral Ground, Regina, February 7, 1991.

Programme for the Saskatchewan Literacy Award of Merit Dinner on August 8, 1990 at the Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts in Regina.

Notice for Une soirée marine présenté par la chorale Entr'Amis de Prince Albert, 12 octobre 1990.

Programme for Concert France - Canada, Regina, 28 novembre 1986.

Programme for the Georges Duboeuf Fete Du Vin, ca. 1991.

Invitation: lancement officiel du volume de Laurier Gareau, Régina, 27 juin 1990. La Société historique de la Saskatchewan et la Société Radio-Canada.

Young PCs - Brass Mint

Several clips of (jazz) music. Each of these clips seems incomplete, as if they are rehearsals or sound checks.

Lumby Productions Ltd., 1965-1988