Laurie, Patrick Gammie

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Biog. - Laurie, Patrick G.

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Laurie, Patrick G.
  • File
  • 1892-1965

Article by Fred Cruice entitled First Printing Plant West of Winnipeg, regarding Patrick G. Laurie, editor and publisher of The Saskatchewan Herald newspaper. 1942. Source possibly Canadian Printer's Publisher.

Copy of biographical sketch of Patrick Gammie Laurie, number 8 in the Saskatchewanians series produced by the Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee and Canada Centennial Corporation. 1965.

Article from the March 9, 1933 issue of the North Battleford News entitled Laurie Family Were Pioneers. The article contains Patrick Laurie's reply to a presentation made to him by the Battleford Board of Trade on February 28, 1933.

Photocopy of fiat for homestead patent issued to Patrick Gammie Laurie by the federal Department of the Interior, Patent Branch, in 1892.

Liddell, Ken

  • R-803.1
  • File
  • ca. 1960-1975

Articles concerning Saskatchewan people, places and subjects written by Ken Liddell for publication in the Calgary Herald. File I.29 relates to Temple Gardens in Moose Jaw. File III.2 relates to Bennett buggies.

Patrick Gammie Laurie

  • R-A5523
  • Item
  • 1903 or before

Head and shoulders portrait of Patrick Gammie Laurie, publisher of The Saskatchewan Herald, Battleford. Photo credit: Fort Battleford National Historic Park.

Patrick Gammie Laurie

Typewritten copy of the biographical sketch of Patrick Gammie Laurie that was published in his newspaper, "Saskatchewan Herald," around the time of his death May 20, 1903. Submitted to John Hawkes of Regina, Provincial Librarian, by William Laurie of Cardston, Alberta, June 21, 1923.

A paper prepared, before 1948, by Effie Charlotte Laurie (Mrs. J. H. Storer) entitled, "Rebellion". It relates to her father, Patrick Gammie Laurie's experiences leading up to and during the 1885 North-West Rebellion.

Handwritten notes (including an information sheet regarding the origin of these notes) on a University of Manitoba Algebra paper (1883) that were prepared for the Saskatchewan Herald by Patrick Laurie, the editor. Some of the items were used in the issue of August 18, 1883 (Vol. V, No. 19).

Pen, Paper and Printing Ink

Publication written by Andrew King and published by Western Producer Prairie Books. Publication contains King's personal reminiscences of his professional career in the printing and publishing industry in the Canadian prairies. Includes biographical information on various notable personalities; information on the Moosomin World-Spectator; various press associations, including the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspapers Association

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