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4H Clubs fonds

  • RG 2107
  • Fonds
  • 1928-1984

This fonds contains correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records relating to the administration of 4-H Clubs. Included are minutes of the Annual Meeting of Council (1957-1967) and the minutes of the Board of Directors (1962-1967).

University of Saskatchewan. Extension Division. 4H Clubs

Agricultural Students' Association fonds

  • MG 137
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1980

Minutes, financial fonds, and publications "The Bull Sheet" and "The Antelope;" as well as miscellaneous ephemera.

Agricultural Students' Association (University of Saskatchewan)

A.M. Shaw fonds

  • MG 167
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1900]-1986

This fonds contains correspondence, reports, articles and addresses relating to Professor Shaw's career and research. There is considerable material regarding the development of livestock breeding, agricultural marketing in Canada, and the drought on the prairies during the 1930s. In addition, it contains memorabilia related to the career of Winkona Wheelock Frank, the first nutritionist at the University of Saskatchewan.

Shaw, Alexander Malcolm, 1885-1974 (Dean of Agriculture)

B.A. Holmlund fonds

  • MG 354
  • Fonds
  • 1951-2004 (inclusive); 1972-2004 (predominant)

This fonds reflects Holmlund’s interest in the philosophy of education, his varied career at the University of Saskatchewan, and his concern for an equitable society. It is particularly valuable as a source for university history, specifically for the period of Leo Kristjanson’s tenure; and for issues surrounding health delivery, education, and the College of Medicine; the development of computer / IT services on campus; and First Nations educational opportunities. As a reflection of planning at a post-secondary U-15 institution, this fonds is particularly strong, notably for the materials surrounding the Issues and Options project.

Holmlund, Blaine Adrian

Biggar Photograph Collection

  • BPC
  • Collection
  • 1900-?

Collection contains photos and postcards reflecting Biggar and District.

College of Agriculture Dean's Office fonds

  • RG 2026
  • Fonds
  • 1905-1970, predominant 1930-1967

Although these records contain files created by the first five Deans of the College of Agriculture, the majority of the records are from A.M. Shaw, L.E. Kirk, and V.E. Graham. The records include correspondence, minutes, and memoranda regarding both College and, to a lesser extent, University administration; departmental reports, extension activities, addresses, and material relating to national and international agricultural organizations.

University of Saskatchewan. College of Agriculture. Dean's Office

Community Progress Competition Exhibit: Rural Municipality of Bayne No. 371.

  • Series 2: CPC. 1928-1933, predominant 1930-1931. - Folder 17: "Photographs."
  • Item
  • 1931
  • Part of W.C. Murray fonds

A display created by the Rural Municipality of Bayne is seen. Samples of grain, spices and other agricultural products are present. A sign is also present to the right stating that the Rural Municipality of Bayne No. 371 is located 48 miles East and 8 miles North of Saskatoon; Settled in 1904 with a population of 3234; 60% of the settlers were of German nationality. This Municiality is part of St. Peter's Colony, which comprises 50 Townships and is the largest German Catholic Settlement in America.

Bio/historical note: The Community Progress Competitions were conceived by Dr. W. J. Black of the Colonization Department of the C.N.R. to ascertain what contributions people of Continental European origin had made to community life in districts in which they possessed a resident population of 70% or more from the first or second generation, and to what extent they stimulated further community progress and development. They were judged on the basis of their educational efforts; agricultural development; citizenship, co-operation, and social welfare; arts and handicrafts; and general activities. These records were obtained by Dr. W. C. Murray in his capacity as one of the judges of the Community Progress Competitions. The records concentrate mainly on the first two years, 1930 and 1931, of the proposed five year competition for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta residents. Only records on the Saskatchewan communities are included. They contain the assessments of the judges on community life on the districts that entered the competition. Financial statements and maps of many of the rural municipalities of Saskatchewan that entered the competition are included. Also, photographs of the districts that entered the competition for the years of 1930 and 1931, including many of the Edenwold district are included. The letters included are mainly those from the Western Region of the Department of Colonization and Agriculture of the Canadian National Railways to Dr. W. C. Murray.

Community Progress Competition Exhibit: Rural Municipality of Humboldt No. 370.

  • Series 2: CPC. 1928-1933, predominant 1930-1931. - Folder 17: "Photographs."
  • Item
  • 1931
  • Part of W.C. Murray fonds

A display created by the Rural Municipality of Humboldt is seen. Samples of grain, spices and other agricultural products are present. A sign is also present to the right stating that the Rural Municipality of Humboldt No. 370 is located 65 miles East and 5 miles North of Saskatoon; Settled in 1904 with a population of 2775; 90% of the settlers were of German nationality. This Municiality is part of St. Peter's Colony, which comprises 50 Townships and is the largest German Catholic Settlement in America.

Bio/historical note: The Community Progress Competitions were conceived by Dr. W. J. Black of the Colonization Department of the C.N.R. to ascertain what contributions people of Continental European origin had made to community life in districts in which they possessed a resident population of 70% or more from the first or second generation, and to what extent they stimulated further community progress and development. They were judged on the basis of their educational efforts; agricultural development; citizenship, co-operation, and social welfare; arts and handicrafts; and general activities. These records were obtained by Dr. W. C. Murray in his capacity as one of the judges of the Community Progress Competitions. The records concentrate mainly on the first two years, 1930 and 1931, of the proposed five year competition for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta residents. Only records on the Saskatchewan communities are included. They contain the assessments of the judges on community life on the districts that entered the competition. Financial statements and maps of many of the rural municipalities of Saskatchewan that entered the competition are included. Also, photographs of the districts that entered the competition for the years of 1930 and 1931, including many of the Edenwold district are included. The letters included are mainly those from the Western Region of the Department of Colonization and Agriculture of the Canadian National Railways to Dr. W. C. Murray.

Community Progress Competition Exhibit: Rural Municipality of Laird No. 404 .

  • Series 2: CPC. 1928-1933, predominant 1930-1931. - Folder 17: "Photographs."
  • Item
  • 1931
  • Part of W.C. Murray fonds

A display created by the Rural Municipality of Laird is seen. Samples of grain, spices and other agricultural products are present along side local wild flowers and wildlife. A sign is present to the right stating that "Rural Municipality of Laird is located 44 miles North of Saskatoon; Settled in 1901 with a population of [2960?] which was 75% being of Mennonite nationality and Won Second Prize in Community Progress Competitions 1930."

Bio/historical note: The Community Progress Competitions were conceived by Dr. W. J. Black of the Colonization Department of the C.N.R. to ascertain what contributions people of Continental European origin had made to community life in districts in which they possessed a resident population of 70% or more from the first or second generation, and to what extent they stimulated further community progress and development. They were judged on the basis of their educational efforts; agricultural development; citizenship, co-operation, and social welfare; arts and handicrafts; and general activities. These records were obtained by Dr. W. C. Murray in his capacity as one of the judges of the Community Progress Competitions. The records concentrate mainly on the first two years, 1930 and 1931, of the proposed five year competition for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta residents. Only records on the Saskatchewan communities are included. They contain the assessments of the judges on community life on the districts that entered the competition. Financial statements and maps of many of the rural municipalities of Saskatchewan that entered the competition are included. Also, photographs of the districts that entered the competition for the years of 1930 and 1931, including many of the Edenwold district are included. The letters included are mainly those from the Western Region of the Department of Colonization and Agriculture of the Canadian National Railways to Dr. W. C. Murray.

Community Progress Competition Exhibit: Rural Municipality of St. Peter No. 369.

  • Series 2: CPC. 1928-1933, predominant 1930-1931. - Folder 17: "Photographs."
  • Item
  • 1931
  • Part of W.C. Murray fonds

A display created by the Rural Municipality of Humboldt is seen. Samples of grain, spices and other agricultural products are present. A sign is also present to the right stating that the Rural Municipality of St. Peter No. 369 is located 77 miles East and 12 miles North of Saskatoon; Settled in 1903 with a population of 2300; 90% of the settlers were of German nationality. This Municiality is part of St. Peter's Colony, which comprises 50 Townships and is the largest German Catholic Settlement in America.

Bio/historical note: The Community Progress Competitions were conceived by Dr. W. J. Black of the Colonization Department of the C.N.R. to ascertain what contributions people of Continental European origin had made to community life in districts in which they possessed a resident population of 70% or more from the first or second generation, and to what extent they stimulated further community progress and development. They were judged on the basis of their educational efforts; agricultural development; citizenship, co-operation, and social welfare; arts and handicrafts; and general activities. These records were obtained by Dr. W. C. Murray in his capacity as one of the judges of the Community Progress Competitions. The records concentrate mainly on the first two years, 1930 and 1931, of the proposed five year competition for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta residents. Only records on the Saskatchewan communities are included. They contain the assessments of the judges on community life on the districts that entered the competition. Financial statements and maps of many of the rural municipalities of Saskatchewan that entered the competition are included. Also, photographs of the districts that entered the competition for the years of 1930 and 1931, including many of the Edenwold district are included. The letters included are mainly those from the Western Region of the Department of Colonization and Agriculture of the Canadian National Railways to Dr. W. C. Murray.

Department of Plant Ecology fonds

  • RG 2031
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1933]-1981, predominant 1950-1973

Fonds includes records relating to the Department of Plant Ecology's administration, teaching and research; extension work relating to the Saskatchewan Weed Survey; and correspondence with a variety of institutions and individuals. A series of minutes and correspondence relating to the Saskatchewan Committee on the Ecology and Preservation of Grasslands (established in 1935) documents the efforts to establish permanent reserves of significant grasslands in Saskatchewan. Records of the department and personal records of R.T. Coupland have often been intermingled; in particular, this fonds includes records relating to Coupland's research and other activities.

University of Saskatchewan. College of Agriculture. Department of Plant Ecology

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