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9 Archival description results for England

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Ed and Margaret Beckstead

Wedding photo of the couple who were married in England in 1942. Ed is wearing an Army uniform and Margaret a suit, hat, and gloves. The front of the photo is stamped "PROOF" with the photographer's name and place: Ernest Weaver Orange - Sneinton Dale, Nottingham.

Melfort House England

Melfort House, England. A stone house with ivy growing on its sides. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bagshaw standing at an iron gate with a stone fence on either side of it. 1849 above the door. An unidentified person appears to the right.

News clippings relating to early settlers in Saskatoon.

Clippings from the Saskatoon Phoenix describe experiences of early settlers as they arrived in Saskatoon, beginning in the 1880s. The time period covers from 1 April 1911 to 19 April 1921. Also included is an article taken from a book on the settlement of the West by F. Maclure Sclanders, Commissioner of the Saskatoon Board of Trade. Also included is a program of the "Dinner for the '83 Boys", the men who homesteaded the Saskatoon area. Held 3 October 1912; names of participants are written on the inside of the program.

NRC Letter to Dr. Irvine

Letter to Dr. Irvine inquiring about his research on the B.C.G. Vaccine, published in Irvine's book "The B.C.G. Vaccine."

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