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1961 annual meeting of the Co-operative Union of Saskatchewan

1961 Annual Meeting of the Co-operative Union of Saskatchewan held April 4 to 5 at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina. (1) The speakers table showing from left to right, unknown, L. L. Lloyd, Doug Yonge, and William Hamilton. (2) Speakers table, showing audience and L. L. Lloyd standing behind microphone. (3) Co-operative Union of Saskatchewan representatives seated around table. Included are William Hamilton at front left of table and L. Milford Switzer at the head of the table. (4) Banner with the caption: "1960-70 A Decade for Co-op Development? It Depends on Us!"

Co-operative Union of Saskatchewan, 1944-2003

A Retrospect

Illustrated booklet issued by the Regina Plumbing and Heating Co., Ltd. with images of the company's show room and office, workshop and various buildings and houses, mainly in Regina, Saskatchewan, that the company provided services for. Published by The Leader Publishing Co., Regina.

Buildings are as follows: Wilkinson Terrace; Eddy Block; Holy Rosary Cathedral; Westminster Presbyterian Church; YWCA; Cornwall Court; Moosomin Jail; John Deere Plow Co. warehouse; Banner Block; Haug Bros. and Nellermoe Warehouse; St. Mary's Roman Catholic School; W.H.A. Hill residence; Judge Newland residence; T.E. Perrett residence; J.G. Traub residence; E. Brown residence; Sherwood Stores; Saskatchewan Asylum for Insane, North Battleford; Post Office, Medicine Hat; E.D. McCallum residence; L.V. Kerr residence; Government House; H.M. McCallum residence; Nay and James and McCallum Blocks; J.I. Case Threshing Machine Co. warehouse; Sawyer-Massey Co. warehouse; Carman Block; McCallum Hill Block; No. 2 Fire Hall; Addems' Block; Kerr Block; Leader Block; Normal School; Masonic Temple; Heintzman, Assiniboia and Fell Blocks; Armstrong, Smyth and Dowswell; Metropole Hotel; Earl Grey School; Glasgow House; International Harvester Co. warehouse, Calgary; and Telephone Exchange.

A Tower of Attraction: An Illustrated History of Government House, Regina, Saskatchewan

Illustrated publication with text by Margaret Hryniuk and edited by Garth Pugh. Published by the Government House Historical Society and the Canadian Plains Research Center to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Government House in 1991. Includes biographical information regarding the Lieutenant-Governors of the North-West Territories and Saskatchewan and associated individuals. Many of the photographs reproduced in the publication are in the permanent collection of the Saskatchewan Archives Board.

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