Subseries MJ-236/1/11 - Drafts - O

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Drafts - O

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  • [198-?] (Creation)

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67 p. of textual records.

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This subseries consists of draft documents denoted by an “O” and a number in the top right corner. The subject matter varies greatly and includes: early health concerns, the D’Jazz Billiard Hall, Harry Hind and Shortstick, prohibition tales, the 1920 pedestrian bylaw, flapper girls in the 1920s, the 46th Battalion crosses, Moose Jaw’s first murder, Kingsway Park, the streetcar workers’ strike of 191, James Morrison, Montague Henry White-Fraser, the 1919 royal visit, the 1905 April Fool’s Day explosion, the March 11, 1892 Fire, the dwindling buffalo herds, photographing of the Sioux, the Grain Growers Association, the Riverside Hotel, train wrecks, locusts, Richard Bogue’s acetylene light plant, Boer War volunteers, settler ingenuity, Inspector O.H. Sackrider, early scam artists, the Allan-Cumming Department Store, the Market Hall, the 1913 Boharm shooting incident, the 1913 Streetcar Storage Building, the GTP and Canadian Northern proposed rail depots, Moose Jaw’s first stampede, and the Moose Jaw Flying Club.

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Boxes V-315 - V-316

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