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Aerial View of Regina

Aerial view of Regina showing Museum of Natural History (now known as the Royal Saskatchewan Museum) in foreground and Legislative Building and Wascana Lake in background, wing of plane from which photograph was taken appears along top edge of image.

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Aerial views of Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Rivers, Manitoba; and Calgary, Alberta

  • GM-PH-5097 (1)-(8)
  • Item
  • 1940s

Aerial views of Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Rivers, Manitoba; and Calgary, Alberta.
(1) View of Regina looking west from near Winnipeg Street, showing downtown, including 11th, 12th and Victoria Avenues;
(2) View of downtown Regina, looking northwest;
(3) View of downtown Regina and neighbourhoods to the northwest;
(4) View of the west side of Regina looking north, including the Crescents and Cathedral neighbourhoods and residences north of the rail line;
(5) View of Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Wascana Park, Regina, looking to the west;
(6) View of downtown Saskatoon, including the South Saskatchewan River and its bridges, and the Hotel Bessborough;
(7) View of Rivers, Manitoba;
(8) View of Calgary, Alberta including downtown.

Articles re: Land Titles Building, Regina

September 13, 1979 issue of Heritage Gazette, a newsletter published by the Administration Centre for Sport, Culture and Recreation in Regina, Saskatchewan. Issue features the Land Titles Building, the official home for the Administration Centre and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.

Article on the Land Titles Building in Regina published in the Regina Sun, June 15, 1997. Article includes sketch of building by William Argan.

Bill Rae Presents Movies in Color

  • FILM R-4091
  • Item
  • 1935

Home movies:
(1) Shots of decorations, commemorating the 25th anniversary of the coronation of King George V, mounted over the main entrance of the Simpson's building located on Broad Street in Regina, Saskatchewan. A sign reads "1910 GEORGE MARY 1935";
(2) Shots of a rainbow over Connaught School;
(3) Military remembrance services at the Cross of Sacrifice in the Regina Cemetery;
(4) Shots of people with Connaught School in the background;
(5) Girl playing with a dog;
(6) People walking in the formal gardens in front of the Legislative Building.

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