Parade - Regina

Taxonomy

Code

Scope note(s)

Source note(s)

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms

Parade - Regina

Equivalent terms

Parade - Regina

Associated terms

Parade - Regina

15 Archival description results for Parade - Regina

15 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Lieutenant Governor Lynda Haverstock attends various events

(1)-(3): Lieutenant Governor Lynda Haverstock attends the spring convocation at the University of Saskatchewan at the Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium on May 25, 2005. Includes images of Allan Fotheringham, who was awarded a Honorary Doctor of Laws degree.

(4)-(16): Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Lynda Haverstock and her husband, Harley Olsen, in attendance at the Lieutenant Governors' Conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba on December 1 and 2, 2002. Haverstock poses with Governor General of Canada Adrienne Clarkson and other provincial lieutenant governors.

(17)-(24): Lieutenant Governor Lynda Haverstock and her husband, Harley Olsen, visit northern Saskatchewan.

(25)-(27): Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Lynda Haverstock with a delegation of women from China at Government House in Regina.

(28)-(29): Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Lynda Haverstock and her husband, Harley Olsen, riding in a blue convertible during the Grey Cup Parade in Regina on November 15, 2003.

(30)-(32): Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Lynda Haverstock standing in front of a painting with an unidentified member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Melville Branch No. 61. Painting shows local veterans in same context as the Fathers of Confederation. November 11.

Parade of Jewish community in Regina, Saskatchewan

Series of images taken by Kilroe Photos of a meeting and parade of the Jewish community on May 5, 1920 in Regina, Saskatchewan celebrating the decision of Great Britain to assume a mandate over Palestine and to foster the creation of a homeland for the Jewish people. Men, women and children participated in the parade.

Some images are missing from the series as follows: No. 4, 5, 6 and 20.

(1): Group of prominent Zionists on the steps of Regina City Hall prior to the mass meeting. In the centre foreground are, left to right: Reverend Zvet of the congregation of the House of Jacob, Regina, and Rev. Samuel, prominent Jewish rabbit of Winnipeg, Manitoba. (Information taken from The Leader, Regina, May 7, 1920).

(2): Left to right: Miss Freedman, representing Judea; Miss Kovsky, representing Liberty; Miss Rotstein, representing Justice; and Miss Geshelin representing Britannia. (Information taken from The Leader, Regina, May 7, 1920).

[Official Guests at the Trans-Canada Highway Opening Parade in Regina]

42 - T.C. Douglas and Harry Jones ride in a car during the parade.

43 - William Patterson and a Aide-de-Camp ride in a car during the parade.

44 - John Douglas and Gordon Taylor, Alberta Minister of Highways, ride in a car during the parade.

45 - Group Captin Dunlop and Charles Cromwell Williams ride in a car during the parade.

46 to 47 - Dignitaries ride in cars during the parade.

Photographic Services

[Trans-Canada Highway Opening Parade in Regina]

16 - Rosco Culverts float.

17 - Institute of Power Engineers - Regina Branch float.

18 - McGavin's float.

19 - Regina Lions Junior Band.

20 - British American Oil float.

21 - Greyhound Transporation bus.

22 - White Rose Oil Company.

23 - Mobil Oil Company.

24 - Department of Highways float featuring old equipment.

25 - Department of Highways float featuring a pusher plow and paint striper.

26 - Department of Highways float featuring a grader.

27 - Department of Highways float featuring early road equipment.

28 - Safety Land float.

29 - Saskatchewan Power Corporation Mobile Office.

Photographic Services

[Trans-Canada Highway Opening Parade in Regina]

88 - Yorkton Lion's band.

89 - Western Tractor Co. float

90 - British American Oil float.

91 - Regina Lion's junior band.

92 - United Grain Growers float.

93 - Road machinery.

94 - Regina Motor Products float.

95 - Commercials Signs Ltd. float.

96 - Saskatchewan Civil Service Association float.

97 - Husky Oil float.

98 - Moosomin motorcade.

99 - Moosomin float.

100 - Old cars on parade.

Photographic Services

[Trans-Canada Highway Opening Parade in Regina]

101 - Kamsack-Madge Lake float.

102 - Federated Co-op float.

103 - White Rose Truck.

104 - Soo-Security Freight Lines.

105 - Toastmast Bread float.

106 - Mobil Oil float.

107 to 109 - Department of Highways early road equipment.

110 - State of Montana - Department of Highways.

111 - Sterling Motors - 1927 Ford.

112 - Moosomin car cavalcade.

Photographic Services

[Trans-Canada Highway Opening Parade in Regina]

113 - Combined Saskatchewan Light Infantry and 2nd Independent Signals Squadron pipe bands.

114 - Moosomin boat float.

115 - Allis Chalmer float.

116 - Husky Oil float.

117 to 119 - Department of Highways old machinery.

120 - Saskatchewan Motor Club car.

121 - Moose Jaw cavalcade.

122 - Maccan Transport.

123 - Minot car.

124 - Kramer Tractor Co. Float.

125 - Saskatchewan Co-operative Creamery.

126 - Road machinery.

127 - Ramsey-Bird Construction float.

128 - Catterpillar Machinery.

129 - Department of Public Works float.

Photographic Services

[Trans-Canada Highway Opening Parade in Regina]

48 to 53 - New and antique highway construction equipment.

54 - Band in parade.

55 - Williston, North Dakota float.

56 - Western Tractor Company float.

57 - Saskatchewan Power Corporation Giraffe.

58 - Road machinery.

59 - Melville motorcade.

60 - Martin Ruby's Esso Service float.

61 - Nokomis motorcade.

62 - Nokomis band.

63 - Watrous band.

Photographic Services

Results 1 to 10 of 15