Item R-P75.0183 - School

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  • Architectural drawing
  • Technical drawing

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  • 1961 (Creation)
    Robbins, Herb, 1919-2004

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10 architectural drawings : blueprints, pencil, paper

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Freddie Herbert Robbins was born on July 18, 1919. He received his early training in architecture from the Canadian National Railways' Architect's Office in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He later earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Manitoba. Robbins was granted membership to the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, and to the Saskatchewan Association of Architects in 1954.

Robbins began his professional architectural career as Chief Draftsman with the Canadian National Railways' Architect's Office in Winnipeg. He then held the position of Assistant Architect with the Government of Saskatchewan Department of Public Works in the early-to-mid 1950s. Robbins established a private architectural firm with Edward J. McCudden in the mid 1950s. He later ran his own architectural firm, Robbins Architect Ltd., until his retirement in 1987.

Herb Robbins was married to Gladys Robbins. Together, they operated Ladyrand Ranch east of Regina and enjoyed gardening. Herb Robbins died on December 28, 2004.

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  • English

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Box number(s): 9

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SAFA 20 consists of a fonds level description and Item level descriptions of architectural drawings (extracted from Robbins Architectural Drawing database R-P 75).

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General note

Paper, pencil, blueprint. Includes Village Plan of Bateman.
Fonds: Herb Robbins
To enable more accurate refrence code (local identifier) sorting, the reference code on the record description has been modified to include at least one place holder zero (0).

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Herb Robbins
Wood River School District No. 6
A1-4; M&E5; P1

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Saskatchewan Archives. Archival Description Manual 2004.



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  • English

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  • Latin


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