Directory Containing Correct Value Listings of Saskatoon Real Estate December Issue copyrighted by the Aldrich-Smith Co., Ltd. 174 p. [19-?].
Illustrated booklet compiled for the official opening of the Saskatoon Court House on Wednesday, October 8, 1958. Includes programme and list of contractors and sub-contractors who participated in construction of building.
Souvenir programme for Saskatoon's 70th anniversary celebrations, September 14 to 20, 1952. Issued by the 70th Anniversary Celebration Committee. (3 copies). 103 p. [ca. 1952].
Programme for "Portrait of a City", a musical production on the history of Saskatoon produced by Neil Harris in honor of Saskatoon's 70th anniversary in 1952. Performed at the Arena Rink on September 17, 18 and 19, 1952.
Narratives of Saskatoon, 1882-1912 by Men of the City. Prepared by a Committee of the Historical Association of Saskatoon. [ca. 1927]. 96 p. Includes list of outstanding events in the history of Saskatoon, list of pioneers of Saskatoon and narratives by various individuals, including James Clinkskill and James R. Wilson.
Article on industrial development in Saskatoon reprinted from the August, 1970 issue of Trade and Commerce Magazine.
Saskatoon: The Growth of A City Part I: The Formative Years, 1882-1960, by William P. Delainey and William A.S. Sarjeant. Part 2 of the Saskatoon Past, Present and Potential Series published by the Saskatoon Environmental Society. 1974. 88 p.
Publication entitled Qwik Guide to Saskatoon, 1976-77, issued by CJWW 1370. Publication includes business advertisements and a directory of hospitals, schools, colleges and institutes, transportation, clubs and organizations, and churches in Saskatoon.
Speech by the Honourable Mr. Justice Willard Z. Estey, Supreme Court of Canada, at the Century Saskatoon Award of Appreciation Banquet, Saskatoon Centennial Auditorium, December 10, 1982. Estey's speech was introduced by Senator Sidney (Sid) L. Buckwold. Estey was born and raised in Saskatoon and his speech includes his reminiscences of growing up in Saskatoon in the 1930s, along with his recollections of CFQC Radio, Broadway Bridge, Dean McKenzie, Dr. Edmund H. Oliver, On to the Bay Association, Emmett M. Hall, Dr. J.W.T. Spinks, Lyell Gustin and Sid Buckwold.
Programme for the official opening ceremonies of Shepherd Apartments in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on July 26, 1978. The apartments, named after Dr. George Shepherd, was a housing program administered by the Saskatoon Housing Authority and a joint program by the Government of Canada, Government of Saskatchewan and City of Saskatoon. Programme includes biographical sketch of Dr. Shepherd.