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Articles re: Regina, Knox Presbyterian Church

Photocopies of two articles written by J.R. Bothwell relating to Knox Presbyterian Church in Regina, Saskatchewan. The articles relate to the Sunday School picnic of 1888 and to Mary Laidlaw, a Sunday School teacher. Articles published in The Leader-Post, Regina (March 30, 1950 and August 1953).

Photocopy of article by Earl Drake entitled, Regina 1882-1955. Photographs in the article reproduced from the Saskatchewan Archives Board photograph collection.

Cameron, Malcolm Colin

Handwritten notes for speeches delivered in Regina (17 p.); five letters and one telegram congratulating Cameron on his appointment as Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories; and address of welcome from the Mayor and people of Regina, etc.

Colin R. Laughlan articles re: Albert Memorial Bridge, Regina Real Estate Board, Regina Cyclone, and Chateu Qu'Appelle

Newspaper articles, pertaining to the history of Regina, written by research consultant Colin R. Laughlan and published in the July 10, 1987 and August 12, 1988 issues of the Regina Real Estate Review. Includes articles on the history of the Regina Real Estate Board, the 1912 Regina Cyclone, the cancellation of the Chateau Qu'Appelle construction project; and the construction of the Albert Memorial Bridge.

Copywork for Department of Natural Resources

Copy negatives and prints of images submitted by the Saskatchewan Department of Natural Resources. 01: Notice, issued at Pile of Bones on June 30, 1882 by Hon. Edgar Dewdney, Lieutenant Governor of the North-West Territories, stating that all Government land in Township 17, Range 20, West of the Second Meridian be retained by the Government. The land became the townsite of Regina. 02: Exterior view of Government House at Regina.

Taylor, Robert

Dawson and Bole families research notes, correspondence

File consists of material relating to genealogical research on the Dawson and Bole families of the Regina area. Most items are photocopies. Includes a photocopy of a letter from Mrs. L. H. (Carol) Watkinson, Lethbridge, Alberta, to Mr. John Archer, St. Lukes Church, Regina, Saskatchewan, dated March 10, 1978, regarding family history research. Includes reference to a Reverend Darwin, Methodist Minister at Fort Qu'Appelle during the Riel Rebellion.

Eastend programme and clippings; Regina Exhibition Chuck Wagon rules and regulations

Photocopy of the Programme and Prize List from the Horse Show and Agricultural Fair in Eastend, August 12, 1941.

Photocopy of the Chuck Wagon Rules and Regulations from the 1947 Regina Exhibition.

Newspaper clippings from various sources regarding reminiscences of Harry Otterson of Eastend, reprints of The Leader from the pioneer years, horse shows, chuck wagon races, and riding clubs. [1975 or before].

History at Home newspaper articles

Newspaper articles featured in the column entitled, History at Home, written by Amy Nelson-Mile and published in editions of the Regina Sun. Includes the following articles pertaining to the history of Regina, Saskatchewan: Amedée and Henriette Forget (published March 21, 1999); symbols of Regina (July 4, 1999); William B. Scarth (July 11, 1999); Regina's first fall fair (August 1, 1999); Lorne School, Regina's one-room school (September 12, 1999); and Cottage Hospital (July 1 and 8, 2001).

In Back of Today

  • Tape R-14379
  • Item
  • 197-?

Sound recording of the narration for a slide presentation regarding the history of Regina, Saskatchewan entitled In Back of Today. The narrator was Ruth Tempel.

Interview with Daniel R. Langton

  • Tape R-6138
  • Item
  • 1971

Sound recording of an interview with Daniel R. Langton, an eyewitness of the Regina Cyclone on July 1, 1912. Langton describes the damage done and also life in Regina during the 1910s. Interview conducted by Mr. Bourne.

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