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1947 First Year Class at Tabor Bible School, Dalmeny, Saskatchewan

View of the 1947 first year class (3 year program) at the Tabor Bible School in Dalmeny, Saskatchewan, with teacher Rev. A.P. Toews standing at the back of the classroom. Includes handwritten signatures on frame. Photo by Thams Studio, Saskatoon.

Included are: First row (far right, front to back): unidentified, Herbert Friesen, Lloyd Warkentin, ? Thiessen; Second row: Ben Wiebe, Rueben Friesen, unidentified; Third row: Hilda Polinski(?), Mrs. Johnny Toews, Johnny Toews, Mary Stobbe; Fourth row: Arno Fast, Pete Peters, unidentified. Included in image but not identified are John P. Friesen, Helen Dirks, Edmund Schroeder, and Annie Thiessen.

Anderson School District No. 2694 teacherage

  • R-A14178
  • Item
  • 1910 or after

An unidentified person stands in the doorway of the Anderson School District No. 2694 teacherage. A bicycle is leaning against the side of the building. Anderson School was located in the Midale, Saskatchewan district.

Aneroid School

Item is an architectural / technical drawing of a new heating system for school in Aneroid, Saskatchewan.

Robbins, Herb, 1919-2004

Buildings in Regina, Saskatchewan

(1)-(4): Postcards published by the B.C. Printing and Litho Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia. Postcards include images of the Saskatchewan Hotel; Normal School; Parliament Buildings; and the corner of College Avenue and Lorne Street with view of house at 2370 Lorne Street.

(5)-(10): Postcards published by Novelty Mfg. and Art Co. Ltd., Montreal, Quebec. Includes views of Regina (aerial view); Hotel Saskatchewan with cenotaph in foreground; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) station; First Baptist Church; Victoria Park and Business Section; and City Hall.

(11): Postcard with side view of Legislative Building looking east [1913 or after].

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