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4-H Clubs - Homecraft - Exhibits

Display of Girls' Homecraft Clubs works shown at the Regina fair; M. Robertson (Newbury) stands beneath the sign in front of the exhibit.

Bio/historical note: Extension work was begun at the University of Saskatchewan in 1910 when the Minister of Agriculture, Motherwell, W.R., sent his superintendent of fairs and institutes, Auld, F.H., to head the Extension Department. Through the support of the College of Agriculture and the Extension Department, rural men and women were reached with such events and activities as the Better Farming Train and the Homemakers' Clubs.

A.R. Brown fonds

  • MG 68
  • Fonds
  • 1902-1961, predominant 1943-1961

This collection contains several files relating to horticulture, soil studies, shelter belts and prairie perennials. It also includes files of articles and addresses, and newspaper clippings, as well as biographical information and Brown's personal correspondence.

Brown, Arthur Richardson, 1890-1961 (alumnus)

Edward Alexander Maginnes

  • MG 611
  • Fonds
  • 1903-1995 (inclusive); 1965-1983 (predominant)

The fonds is comprised of small press gardening publications and offprints collected by Maginnes, as well as videos on his subjects of interest. The largest segment of the fonds is Maginnes’ collection of 35mm slides, which feature lecture slides and images related to his greenhouse work, images of his sabbatical trips to Denmark, Sweden, and Japan, and personal family images.

Maginnes, Edward Alexander

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