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1939 Royal Visit invitation printing plates

Original copper printing plate of the invitation issued by the Lieutentant Governor of Saskatchewan Archibald P. McNab and Mrs. McNab to a dinner held at Government House, Regina, in honour of the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England, May 25, 1939.

Original copper printing plates of the invitation issued by the Speaker of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly to the ceremony held in the Legislative Chamber in honour of the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England, May 25, 1939.

1939 Royal Visit parade in Regina

Images depicting the Royal visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Regina, Saskatchewan in May, 1939. Includes (1) decorative welcome arch; (2) people gathered near a train; (3) parade proceeding east along 11th Avenue near Albert Street, with members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police riding horses that are pulling a carriage; (4) view looking north on Rose Street at 12th Avenue, with parade proceeding south on Rose Street.

1939 Royal Visit publications

Publications pertaining to the Royal visit of King George V and Queen Elizabeth to the United States and Canada in May and June, 1939. Includes: a publication entitled, The King and Queen in Canada and the U.S.A.: A Beautiful Pictoral Record; and issues of the Star Weekly, Toronto from May to July, 1939.

1939 Royal Visit to Canada

Images of the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Canada. Includes a few images taken during their stop in Regina, Saskatchewan. The majority of images depict the couple travelling in various forms of transportation, including the automobile; horse-drawn buggy; and train.

1959 Royal Visit to Saskatchewan

  • R-B4768 (1)-(8)
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  • 1959

Images of the visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, to Saskatchewan taken by Government of Saskatchewan Photographic Services.

(1)-(4): Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visiting the Talbot Farm, home of Carl and Olive Wells, in the Tuxford, Saskatchewan district.
(5): Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip riding in an automobile.
(6): Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip inspecting a 4-H Club.
(7): Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) non-commissioned officers with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History in Regina. T.C. Douglas and Fred Bard are present.
(8): Queen Elizabeth II arriving at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Regina. T.C. Douglas is standing alongside.

1987 Royal Visit programmes, booklets

Publications pertaining to the visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh to Saskatchewan, October 16-21, 1987. Includes: the official itinerary of the full Royal Visit to Canada entitled, The Visit of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, October 9 to 24, 1987, issued by the Secretary of State of Canada (1987, 134 p.);

Booklet entitled, The Visit of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh to Saskatchewan 1987: A Commemorative Album, published by the Provincial Secretary, Government of Saskatchewan;

Programme for the Gala Performance for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh of Prarie Wind: 75 Years of the Saskatchewan Legislature by the Globe Theatre, held at the Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts, Regina, October 19, 1987;

Programme for the Official Welcome for Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, held at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, October 16, 1987;

Programme for the ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the official opening of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, held in the Legislative Chamber, October 16, 1987;

Programme for a Luncheon in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, held at Centennial Auditorium, Saskatoon, October 18, 1987;

Information sheet on an announcement made in January, 1988 by the Province of Saskatchewan regarding The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship on Parlimentary Studies;

Booklet entitled, The Constitutional Monarchy in Canada and Saskatchewan, prepared by Dr. Michael Jackson, Chief of Protocal, Province of Saskatchewan, and revised in March, 1988;

Correspondence from The Hon. Grant Devine, Premier of Saskatchewan dated October 1, 1987, regarding a poster produced to commemorate the Visit to Saskatchewan of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.

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.

Bill Rae Presents Movies in Color

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  • 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.

Booklet commemorating the Royal Visit in 1959

  • (S)YF 12.20
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  • 1959

Booklet commemorating the Visit of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, to Saskatoon, July 22, 1959.

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