Loverna (Sask.)



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Photographs taken by T. Bennett Finley of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

(1)-(18): Images taken by T. Bennett Finley using a Kodak Pony camera in 1954 at Dundurn Army Camp near Dundurn, Saskatchewan including images of Regina Lions Band at Church Parade at the camp in July 1954; the Passing Out Parade; and Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan William Patterson visiting cadets at the Dundurn Military Camp, including images of Patterson arriving in his official vehicle flanked by cadets on horseback and Patterson leaving the reviewing stand with General Bennett.

(19): Copy of black and white image showing J. V. Finley (right) and Joe Perry (left) with ducks they hunted hanging on the side of a wooden building near Loverna, Saskatchewan originally created ca. 1915.

(20): Copy of aerial view of construction site of the Squaw Rapids dam and power site taken on June 9, 1961.

(21): Copy of a view of the construction site of the Gardiner Dam and power station, August 6, 1961.

(22)-(25): Images of Jimmy Pattison, a businessman in Vancouver, British Columbia, taken on his return to his hometown of Luseland, Saskatchewan to help celebrate the Saskatchewan Centennial in 2005. Includes image of Pattison talking with Vic Perrsall; Pattison being presented with a Luseland flag; Pattison in the old Luseland jail cage; and Pattison and his wife standing in front of the museum.

(26): Members of the Saskatoon Jammers with Victoria Bridge in background, 2005. Includes Bob McAuslin, Don Zuk, Bill Henderson, Metro Burkurak, Gerry Regnier, Norm Holtsby, Reg McDougall, Sheila Collins, Walter Collins, Roy Armstrong, Vern Robinson, Del Olson, Larry Wolfe, Orest Butchko and Ralph Burke.

(27)-(28): Exterior views of the Municipal Offices building and public school in Luseland, Saskatchewan ca. 2005. Both buildings have been demolished.

Synod of the Diocese of Qu'Appelle

  • R-705
  • File
  • 1884-1983

Includes: minutes of the Executive Committee; minutes of deanery conferences and meetings; parish returns; parish vestry minutes, account books, service registers; photographs; and "History of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Lang" by Darrel Hockley (10 p., see file VII.112A). The Canadian Church Railway Mission (Diocese of Qu'Appelle) (Box 4) contains reports on the work of the Church Railway mission in various Saskatchewan communities. See Occasional Paper No. 164, Spring 1938, page 26 for obituary for Mary Spring-Rice, wife of Gerald Spring-Rice. See Occasional Paper No. 189, Summer 1951, page 22 for notice regarding death of Mrs. Alice Court.