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Barrie, James Ross

  • R-10
  • File
  • 1967-1971

Records created, accumulated and used by J.M. Cuelenaere, D.G. Steuart and J. Ross Barrie during their terms as Saskatchewan Minister of Natural Resources.

Biog. - Loveridge, A.J.

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Loveridge, A. J.
  • File
  • 1954-1963

Memo dated November 19, 1963 from A.I. Bereskin of the Saskatchewan Department of Natural Resources to the Saskatchewan Archives Board regarding records relating to Albert John Loveridge.

Obituary for A.J. Loveridge of Grenfell, Saskatchewan. Published in The Leader-Post, Regina, January 9, 1962.

Copy of The Story of My Life, by Albert John Loveridge. 15 p. 1949. Includes Loveridge's experiences with a survey party in 1882.

Copies of correspondence dated 1954 between Albert John Loveridge and the Department of Natural Resources regarding the naming of a geographical feature in Saskatchewan after Loveridge. Correspondence includes biographical information on Loveridge written by his son, Gordon Loveridge.

Biog. - Wilson, Thomas E.

  • Pamphlet File - Biog. - Wilson, Thomas E.
  • Item
  • 1972

Trail Blazer of the Canadian Rockies by Thomas E. Wilson as told to W.E. Round. Edited by Hugh A. Dempsey. Historical Paper No. 3, Glenbow-Alberta Institute, Calgary.

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 30 Jan. 1973 - 02 Feb. 1973

  • FILM S-157
  • Item
  • 1973-01-30 to 1973-02-02

News: (1) Dr. Burridge on new insecticides. (2) Kim Thorson on improvements to mining towns. (3) Canadian Construction Association convention audience listening to Mr. Thorson (silent). (4) Walter Smishek on chiropractic services covered under medicare. (5) Alex Taylor on Department of Social Services advertising. (6) Mr. Puyjalon on being elected President of the Canadian Construction Association. (7) Admiral(?) Cheesman on the naval reserve. (8) People and navy personnel watching Adm. Cheesman. (9) Premier Allan Blakeney on the throne speech at the Legislature. (10) University of Saskatchewan engineering awards; students receive awards from professors. (11) Neil Byers on mapping the Churchill River basin. (12) Churchill School; student and teacher assembly for a "Participaction" information session (silent). (13) Unidentified Saskatoon Weather Office spokesman on unusually warm temperatures. (14) Saskatoon Weather Office; technicians, machinerey (silent). (15) Allan Guy on an unspecified inquiry. (16) University of Saskatchewan College of Law "Legal Follies" variety show; choir, skits (silent).


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