Sanatoriums - Saskatoon

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Saskatchewan. Department of Government Services

  • R-1105
  • File
  • 1905-1981

Records created, accumulated and used mainly by the Saskatchewan Department of Government Services, Property and Planning Branch, relating to the acquisition, development and disposal of Government of Saskatchewan properties across the province. Includes files dealing with the lease and rental of private property for government use and the maintenance of heritage properties. Includes records relating to the lease of private parking stalls. Includes records created by the Deputy Minister of Public Works; the Provincial Architect (including M.W. Sharon, H.A. Dawson and E.J. McCudden); the Architect's Branch and the Architecture and Engineering Branch of the Saskatchewan Department of Public Works.

The types of records included are correspondence; contracts and agreements; memoranda; photographs; architectural drawings and plans; specifications; and lease agreements.

Includes records relating to the collapse of the Minto Arena Rink in Prince Albert in 1932; the Western Development Museum; the School for the Deaf in Saskatoon; Camp Easter Seal in Watrous.

The Valley Echo

Issues of The Valley Echo, published by patients and staff of the sanatoria operated by the Saskatchewan Anti-Tuberculosis League. Includes issues dated September 1933; January 1943; April 1944; December 1949; September-October 1967; and December 1969. The 1967 issue includes a profile of Dr. R.G. Ferguson and article on the Qu'Appelle School of the Arts at Fort San.

The Valley Echo

Issues of The Valley Echo, published monthly by patients and staff of the sanatoria operated by the Saskatchewan Anti-Tuberculosis League.

Issues included as follows: 1919 to 1922 (various issues); 1947 (September, October, November, December); 1948 (January to December); 1949 (January to August, October to December); 1950 (January to December); 1951 (January to September, November to December); 1952 (February, May, June, July, August, October, November, December); 1953 (January to December); 1954 (January to December); 1955 (January to July, October); 1956 (February); and 1961 (August).