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Views of downtown Regina, Saskatchewan

Images taken by Ivan Saunders of views of downtown Regina, Saskatchewan, likely from the observation deck of the Saskatchewan Power Building, located at 2025 Victoria Avenue (Scarth Street and Victoria Avenue). (1) Looking north, with views of Scarth and Hamilton Streets and 12th Avenue. Buildings on or adjacent to Scarth Street include: the McCallum-Hill Building; the Federal Building; Capitol Theatre; King's Hotel; and the Old City Hall. Buildings on Hamilton Street include the LaSalle Hotel and Leader-Post Building; (2) looking south, with views of Scarth and Cornwall Streets. Buildings on Scarth Street include: Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church (spire and rooftop); and the Bank of Nova Scotia. Buildings in the distance include the Regina campus of the University of Saskatchewan on College Avenue, and the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Wascana Park.

Views of Regina, Saskatchewan

Images depicting buildings and locations in Regina, Saskatchewan, including: (1) view looking north from the dome of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, showing Wascana Lake and downtown; (2) the exterior of Regina College, located on College Avenue; (3) the exterior of the McCallum-Hill Building, located at 12th Avenue and Scarth Street, from Victoria Park; (4) exterior of No. 1 Fire Hall, located at 11th Avenue and Hamilton Street.

James Grant family photographs and postcards

Photographs created, accumulated and used by members of the Grant family. Includes images of agricultural machinery; post office in Riverhurst; buildings and Main Street in Landis; buildings and railway station in Dundurn; buildings and Atlantic Avenue in Kerrobert; Richlea lumber yards; farming operations; Wiseton School; an exterior view of Saskatchewan Legislative Building with grounds in front under development and cannon sitting on sidewalk in foreground; J.I. Case yards in Saskatoon ca. 1913; exterior view of St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon; Travellers Day in Saskatoon, 1918; Stanley Almighty Voice Jr. and family taken on One Arrow Indian Reserve near Batoche, Saskatchewan on October 13, 1940; and postcards sent to Ross Grant, James Grant and Mrs. James Grant in Ontario. A few images were taken by Skewis of Saskatoon.

Bill Rae Presents Movies in Color

  • FILM R-4091
  • Pièce
  • 1935

Home movies:
(1) Shots of decorations, commemorating the 25th anniversary of the coronation of King George V, mounted over the main entrance of the Simpson's building located on Broad Street in Regina, Saskatchewan. A sign reads "1910 GEORGE MARY 1935";
(2) Shots of a rainbow over Connaught School;
(3) Military remembrance services at the Cross of Sacrifice in the Regina Cemetery;
(4) Shots of people with Connaught School in the background;
(5) Girl playing with a dog;
(6) People walking in the formal gardens in front of the Legislative Building.

Proposed Qu'Appelle Diocesan School

  • R-PNo R-P #7-4
  • Pièce
  • 1964-04

Consists of R-DQ-B157: (1) ground floor plan, (2) typical dormitory plan, (3) exterior, (4) view of classroom wing and residence from court level; typical 2 student room.

Black, Larson, McMillan & Partners

Records relating to Alex Youck School Museum

  • TR-317
  • Dossier
  • 1994-2005

Records created, accumulated and used by Dorothea Schrader, secretary of the Alex Youck School Museum Volunteer Committee relating to the Alex Youck School Museum in the J.A. Burnett Education Centre at 1600 4th Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan. The museum was a replica of a one-room schoolhouse and included artifacts from Saskatchewan schools dating from the early 1900s. The museum opened on September 21, 1994 and was named after Alex Youck, an educator in Regina, Saskatchewan.

The types of records included are the museum's statement of purpose; newspaper clippings; minutes; correspondence; promotional materials; photographs of the interior of the museum taken on August 5, 1995; a programme for the Wetmore School farewell on June 13, 1997 and photographs of the demolition of Wetmore School in December 2002.

Publications and photographs accumulated by Audrey Shadbolt

  • PI-834
  • Dossier
  • 1933-1986

Records accumulated and used primarily by Audrey Shadbolt (nee Cross) as follows:

1) Volume of Ye Flame, the yearbook of Regina Central Collegiate Institute in Regina, Saskatchewan, for the 1945-46 school year. Audrey Cross and her husband, George Shadbolt, both attended Central Collegiate.

2) Records relating to the "Farewell to Central" Collegiate Reunion, held in Regina, Saskatchewan from June 27 to 29, 1986, including programmes, ticket stubs, informational leaflets, newspaper articles, and two copies of The Last Perroquet.

3) Volume of Blue to White, the yearbook published by the 1951 graduating class of the Regina General Hospital in Regina, Saskatchewan. Audrey Cross graduated from the Regina General Hospital's nursing school in 1952.

4) 8 photographs including image of members of Regina Boys Pipe Band standing on the steps of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Regina, 1933; an unidentified man, possibly the leader of the Regina Boys Pipe Band, standing with two trophies on a table beside him, ca. 1933; a group of unidentified girls, possibly standing in a school yard, 1955; group photograph of graduates of the Regina General Hospital Nursing School, ca. 1952; unidentified Regina General Hospital nursing students lighting candles, ca. 1952; and images of Walter Keogh "Snooks" Martin, a friend of Frank Cross who was killed in Egypt during active service in World War II.

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