Schools - Buildings

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Schools - Buildings

  • UF School buildings

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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.

Aerial and bird's-eye views of northern Saskatchewan; Department of Northern Saskatchewan offices; La Ronge Community College

Aerial and bird's-eye views of northern Saskatchewan, showing communities, businesses, public buildings, animals, and ways of life. 01 to 07: Settlement of Weyakwin, located on the shore of Montreal Lake. 08 to 11: Woodland caribou in a field in the Besnard Lake region. 12 to 15: Settlement of Pinehouse.16 to 18: School at Pinehouse. 19: New houses under construction at Pinehouse. 20: Addition to Co-op store at Pinehouse. 21: Houses at Pinehouse. 22 to 23: Pinehouse and the winter road to Beauval. 24: Temporary bridge over the Smoothstone River on the Besnard-Pinehouse Road. 25 to 32: Moose in a field. 33 to 40: Construction of the Besnard-Pinehouse Road. 41 to 52: Two Indigenous trappers follow a trapline on snowshoes in the Besnard Lake region. 53 to 54: La Ronge. 55 to 57: Churchill High School and surrounding area at La Ronge. 58 to 59: La Ronge. 60: Department of Northern Saskatchewan general office building at La Ronge. 61: Fish plant at La Ronge. 62 to 64: Sewer line construction at La Ronge. 65: Department of Northern Saskatchewan Fire Control Branch building at La Ronge. 66 to 67: Provincial Government Office Building at La Ronge. 68: Main street of La Ronge. 69: Pre-Cam School at La Ronge. 70 to 71: Main street of La Ronge. 72: Hospital at La Ronge. 73: Pre-Cam School at La Ronge. 74 to 78: Mobile home park at La Ronge. 79 to 80: Airport at La Ronge. 81: Montreal River at La Ronge. 82 to 83: La Ronge. 84 to 96: Trapper's cabin, located on the second narrows of the Wapawekka Channel. Includes ground-level views. 97: Hudson Bay Mining Camp, located along the Wapawekka Channel. 98: Hudson Bay Mining drill site, located at the Wapawekka Channel. 99 to 103: Wapawekka Channel. 104 to 107: Settlement of Deschambault Lake. 108: Co-op store at Deschambault Lake. 109 to 110: Deschambault Lake School at Deschambault Lake. 111 to 112: Settlement of Deschambault Lake. 113: Drill rig on Limestone Lake. 114 to 115: Farm at Cumberland House, operated by Indigenous farmers. 116 to 117: Cumberland House. 118: School at Cumberland House. 119 to 122: Cumberland House. 123 to 124: Park area near the remains of the SS Northcote at Cumberland House. 125: Looking down the main street at Cumberland House. 126 to 128: Ground-level views of the powder house (or magazine) at Cumberland House. 129 to 131: Ground-level views showing the remains of the SS Northcote at Cumberland House. 132: Ground-level view of the Cumberland Lodge at Cumberland House. 133: Ground-level view of the Hudson's Bay Company (also known as The Bay) store at Cumberland House. 134: Ground-level view of a café and the Royal Canadian Legion hall at Cumberland House. 135 to 138: Ground-level views of the new arena at Cumberland House. 139: Ground-level view of a log house. 141: Ground-level view of new housing at Cumberland House. 142 to 145: Ground-level exterior and interior views of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan resources office at Cumberland House. 146 to 149: Ground-level exterior and interior views of the out-post hospital at Sandy Bay. 150 to 152: Ground-level views of houses on First Nations' reserve land. 153 to 154: Ground-level views of a dog team resting while tied to trees. 155 to 157: Remains of the SS Northcote, with the Hudson's Bay Company post in the background, at Cumberland House. 158 to 159: Park area surrounding the remains of the SS Northcote at Cumberland House. 160 to 161: Cliffs on the shore of Namew Lake. 162: Namew Lake. 163 to 166: Ground-level views of fishermen chopping a hole in a frozen body of water at Sturgeon Landing. 167 to 169: Sturgeon Landing. 170 to 171: Government of Canada weather station located along Highway 167, southwest of Flin Flon. 172 to 177: Interior views of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan resources office, and its staff at work, at Creighton. 178 to 179: Bruce Long of the Saskatchewan Department of Mineral Resources and Dan Bobiuk of the Saskatchewan Department of Natural Resources Lands Survey Branch look at a map of Denare Beach at the resources office at Creighton. 181: Norm Hook with the Department of Northern Saskatchewan talks with two men at the resources office at Creighton. 182 to 184: Ground-level views of a house at Denare Beach. 185 to 186: Ground-level exterior views of a Department of Northern Saskatchewan building at Denare Beach. 187 to 189: Ground-level views of a man chopping firewood for the summer at Denare Beach. 190: Ground-level view of picnic tables stacked up for the winter at Denare Beach. 191: Ground-level exterior view of a Department of Northern Saskatchewan building at Denare Beach. 192 to 197: Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Company Limited plant, located at Flin Flon. 198 to 200: Creighton. 201: Creighton High School at Creighton. 202 to 204: Creighton. 205: Along Amisk Lake. 206 to 207: Construction of Hanson Lake Road, just west of Creighton, looking west. 208 to 209: Construction of Hanson Lake Road, just west of Creighton, looking east. 210 to 211: Landscape south of Sandy Bay. 212 to 214: Sandy Bay. 215 to 216: New housing construction at Sandy Bay. 217 to 218: School at Sandy Bay. 219: Out-post hospital at Sandy Bay. 220: Housing at Sandy Bay. 221 to 224: Island Falls Power Plant at Sandy Bay. 225 to 226: Two people operating snowmobiles in a field. 227 to 239: Island Falls Power Plant at Sandy Bay. 240 to 242: Sandy Bay. 243: Landscape between Sandy Bay and Pelican Narrows. 244 to 249: Camp Nist-o-Wago (or possibly Mista-Noseyew) located at the narrows at Pelican Narrows. 250 to 251: Pelican Narrows. 252: Hudson's Bay Company (The Bay) store at Pelican Narrows. 253: Residence in the Pelican Narrows area. 254: Housing at Pelican Narrows. 255: School at Pelican Narrows. 256 to 257: Pelican Narrows. 258 to 259: A helicopter landing at Pelican Narrows. 260 to 262: Department of Northern Saskatchewan office building at Pelican Narrows. 263 to 266: Ground-level views of a man using a motorized saw to cut ice. 267 to 268: Blocks of ice to be stored. 269: Ice blocks being lifted after cutting. 270 to 271: Housing at Pelican Narrows. 272 to 274: A snow storm at Pelican Narrows. 275 to 280: A moose travels through a field. 281 to 283: Lac La Ronge. 284 to 287: Informal portraits of Doug Switzer, assistant deputy minister of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan, working at his desk at La Ronge. 288 to 291: Informal portraits of J.W. Churchman, deputy minister of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan, working at his desk at La Ronge. 292 to 295: Informal portraits of employees with the Administration Branch of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan, working at their desks at La Ronge. 296 to 297: Informal portraits of the Northern News secretary working at her desk at La Ronge. 298 to 299: Informal portraits of the receptionist for the Department of Northern Saskatchewan office at La Ronge, working at her desk. 300 to 303: Informal portraits of Greg Charles of the Northern News Branch, producing a radio broadcast at the Department of Northern Saskatchewan office at La Ronge. 304 to 305: A meeting of the Northern School Board in session. 306: Department of Northern Saskatchewan office at La Ronge. 307 to 310: Basic Training class at La Ronge Community College. 311 to 313: Small business management class at La Ronge Community College. 314 to 316: Exterior views of La Ronge Community College. 317 to 321: Interior views of the construction of a new hotel at La Ronge. 322 to 329: A volleyball tournament at Churchill High School, La Ronge. 330 to 333: Joan Lowe, a public health nurse with the Saskatchewan Department of Public Health, weighs a small boy and administers a Polio vaccination to him at a clinic at La Ronge. 334 to 335: Informal portraits of a radio operator with the Department of Northern Saskatchewan at work at La Ronge. 336 to 337: Two employees of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan measure furs at La Ronge. 338 to 341: Employees of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan measure logs at a saw mill at La Ronge. 342 to 346: Ground-level views of Keg Falls on the Churchill River. 347 to 365: Ground-level views of Drinking Falls (Potter Rapids) on the Churchill River. 366 to 376: Ground-level and elevated views of Nistowiak Falls. 377 to 378: Ground-level views of a trapper's cabin at the bottom of Nistowiak Falls. 379 to 382: Ground-level views of a portage at Nistowiak Falls. 383 to 402: Nistowiak Falls. 403 to 408: Holy Trinity Anglican Church at Stanley Mission. 409 to 416: Twin Falls on the Churchill River. 417: Robertson Falls on the Churchill River. 418 to 427: Proposed area for a trailer court development at Denare Beach.

Varley, Don

Aerial views of (North) Weyburn campus

Aerial views of the campus of Western Christian College at Weyburn (later North Weyburn), Saskatchewan. Includes aerial views of: (5) to (8) Weyburn Church of Christ; (9) to (11) city of Weyburn; and (12) Weyburn Mental Hospital.

Aerial views of Regina and surrounding area

Aerial views of Regina and surrounding area. 01 to 05, 08 to 13: Views of downtown Regina and surrounding neighbourhoods, looking north from above the Saskatchewan Legislative Building area. 06 to 07: Regina, looking south from above the centre of the city. 14: General view of the city, looking east. 15 to 16: General views of the city centre, looking south. 17: General view of the city centre, looking west. 18: General view of the city, looking southwest with the Saskatchewan Legislative Building near centre. 19: General view of the city, looking northwest, with the Saskatchewan Legislative Building and Walter Scott Building at centre. 20 to 21: Views of the city, looking north, with the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in the foreground. 22: View of the city, looking northeast, with the Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts and the University of Regina campus in the background, and the Saskatchewan Legislative Building and Wascana Lake in the foreground. 23 to 24: Views of the city, looking south with the Saskatchewan Legislative Building and Wascana Lake in the foreground. 25: View of the city, looking northwest with the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in the foreground. 26 to 27: Views of the city, looking north from the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. 28 to 30: Saskatchewan Legislative Building. 31 to 32: Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts, looking south across Wascana Lake. 33: Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts. looking west toward the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. 34 to 35: Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts. 36 to 37: Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts. looking west toward the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. 38: University of Regina campus, looking southeast. 39: University of Regina campus, looking west. 40 to 41: University of Regina campus, looking north toward the city centre. 42: University of Regina campus, looking west toward the city centre. 43: University of Regina campus, looking northwest toward the city centre. 45: University of Regina campus, looking east toward the Plains Health Centre. 46 to 47: Wascana Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences in the foreground, with the Plains Health Centre at centre and the city in the distance. 48 to 49: Plains Health Centre. 50: Wascana Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences in the foreground, and the Plains Health Centre at centre. 51: View of the city, looking north, with the Wascana Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, Plains Health Centre, and University of Regina campus at lower foreground. 52 to 53: View of the city, looking north, with the Wascana Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, Plains Health Centre, and University of Regina campus at foreground. 54 to 56: Plains Health Centre. 57 to 59: Wascana Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. 60: Plains Health Centre. 61: View of the city, looking north from south of the University of Regina campus. 62: View of the city, with the Whitmore Park and Hillsdale neighbourhoods in the foreground. 63: View of the Whitmore Park and Hillsdale neighbourhoods, with Birchwood School in the lower foreground and St. Mathew School and St. Martin de Porres Roman Catholic Church in the foreground. 64: View of the Whitmore Park and Hillsdale neighbourhoods, with Grant Road Road School at lower left and Birchwood School at lower right. 65: View of the city, looking north, with the cloverleaf intersection of Highways 6 and 1 in the foreground. 66: View of the city, looking northwest, with the cloverleaf intersection of Highways 6 and 1 in the foreground. 67 to 68: South end of the city, with the Southland Mall, under construction, in the foreground. 69: Queen City Drive-In Theatre in the foreground. 70: Southland Mall, looking south . 71: Highways 6 and 1 cloverleaf and Southland Mall, looking northwest. 72: Southland Mall and Albert Park neighbourhood in foreground, looking north. 73: Saskatchewan Legislative Building and Wascana Lake at centre, looking south. 74: General view of the city, looking northwest. 75: General view of the city, looking northwest from the area above the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. 76: View of the Whitmore Park neighbourhood, looking northeast, with Grant Road School in the foreground and the University of Regina campus in the distance. 77: General view of the city, looking northwest from the area above the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. 78: General view of the Lakeview neighbourhood, with Assiniboine School in the lower foreground and St. Pius School at lower left. 79: General view of the city, looking northeast, with the downtown area at centre. 80: Taylor Field. 81: General view of the city, looking east. 82 to 85: Co-op Refinery. 86 to 87: General views of the city, looking southwest from the Ross Industrial Park. 88 to 90: Ross Industrial Park, looking northeast. 91: Ross Industrial Park. 92 to 95: Ross Industrial Park, looking northeast. 96: North Albert Street, looking east. with Northgate Mall in the foreground. 97: General view of the city, looking south. 98 to 105: Ross Industrial Park, looking northeast. 106: Co-op Oil Refinery. 107 to 117: Interprovincial Steel and Pipe Corporation Ltd. (IPSCO) plant and adjacent areas. 118 to 120: Harvesting a field near Regina. 121 to 143: Agricultural lands north of Regina.

Varley, Don

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.

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