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Avonlea Rural Telephone Company Ltd.

  • R-790
  • File
  • 1913-1979

Original minutes and other records of the Avonlea Rural Telephone Company Ltd. and of a number of other telephone companies which were amalgamated with it; map of Avonlea telephone exchange area.

Beatty Rural Telephone Company

  • R-1017
  • File
  • 1913-1968

Records created, accumulated and used by the Beatty Rural Telephone Company including information on subscriber accounts; rental registers; share purchases; long distance tolls; and minutes of directors' meetings from July 22, 1913 to February 3, 1968.

Belvidere Rural Telephone Company Limited

  • R-441
  • File
  • 1918-1957

Cash book, 1918-1937; financial statements, 1930-1931; financial statements and auditor's reports, 1932-1957; annual statement of standing and operation, 1930; annual reports, 1919-1921, 1923-1929.

Beverley Rural Telephone Company Ltd.; Beverley South Rural Telephone Company Ltd.; West Beverley Rural Telephone Company Ltd.

  • R-653
  • File
  • 1913-1979

Records created, accumulated and used by the Beverley Rural Telephone Company Ltd. including financial statements for 1972 and 1973; the company's seal; cash book, 1963-1970; and minutes, 1963-1979.

Records created, accumulated and used by the Beverley South Rural Telephone Company Ltd. consisting of minutes, 1913-1963; cash book, 1913-1963; agreement dated August 29, 1950 transferring the assets and liabilities of West Beverley Rural Telephone Company Ltd. to Beverley South Rural Telephone Company Ltd.

Includes: Members' Register (1915); cash book (1915-1979); agreement transferring the company's assests and liabilities to Beverley South Rural Telephone Company, Ltd. (Aug. 29, 1950); and debenture notice (Sept. 11, 1915).

Big Butte Rural Telephone Company Ltd.

  • R-111
  • File
  • 1913-1976

Minutes, March 15, 1913 to January 26, 1976; cash books, 1915-1976; customers' ledgers, ca. 1913-1976, and financial ledger which also includes some customer accounts, ca. 1916-1954; agreements, 1915-1949; financial statements and auditors' reports, 1916-1976; maps.

Burdick Rural Telephone Company

  • R-1136
  • File
  • 1918-1986

Minute books of directors' and annual shareholders' meetings, 1922-1986; cashbooks, 1940-1944, 1965-1975; receipt books, 1965-1980; annual financial statements, 1954-1978, 1981-1984; account with Saskatchewan Government Telephones, 1957-1971; debentures, 1955-1966; miscellaneous financial records, 1961-1986; constitution and bylaws, 1918; subscriber and long distance toll accounts; general operational records; and blueprints.

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 01 Dec. 1966 - 14 Dec. 1966

  • FILM S-1724
  • Item
  • 1966-12-01 to 1966-12-14

News: (1) Paul Blask news item on Christmas toys (magnetic sound). (2) Federal Agriculture Minister Joe Greene on the world food problem.(3) Holy Cross School students wearing school sweaters (silent). (4) Hub Braithwaite on the United Appeal. (5) Post office mail room (silent).(6) United Appeal Award presentation (silent). (7) Men burn paper in a bucket in front of an audience (silent). (8) Will Klein on projects to celebrate Canada's centennial year. (9) Major Carter on Salvation Army Christmas kettles and donations. (10) Scott Peters on talent for the "Saskatchewan Gala Night '67". (11) Premier W. Ross Thatcher speaking at a dinner for the Saskatchewan Roughriders (magnetic sound). (12) Terry Higgins interviews the Brown children (Brian, Nora, Pam, Shelly, Diane,and Lynn) on their parents being found alive (magnetic sound). (13) Gordon Grant on increased grants for discharged mental patient homes. (14) Midget hockey, Kinsmen Arena [news item: "Opening of Kinsmen Arena"] (silent).(15) Officials tour the Canadian National Telecommunications office (silent). (16) Foster Matheson on the Saskatoon Board of Trade's planned trip to Expo '67 in Montreal. (17) Mr. Boulet on the Armed Forces "Tatoo", a centennial year musical show. (18) A.M. Nicholson on government debate procedures. (19) W.G. Gilley, president of the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour, on members involved in planning forums. (20) Roy Brown on his plane crash injuries (magnetic sound). (21) Betty Brown on her plane crash injuries (magnetic sound). (22) Terry Higgins news item on a robbery at Hewfill Drug Store (magnetic sound). (23) Jim Gray, secretary of the Hudson Bay Route Association, on good news. (24) Mayor Ernest Cole on increasing city tax rates.


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