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Central Hotel of Esterhazy Sask.

An aerial vew of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan with the focal point being The Central Hotel, located at Main St. & Railway Ave. (facing West). This view includes (top left, clockwise): Clements home, Geo. Millham home, church parsonage, Millham granary, Gonczy home, Sellner’s cottage, Cosgrove home built by Dr. Kee, J.Sellner shop, Wilson livery, Mah Jim, C.P.R. pump-house, Shiminoski’s, Krupa’s (burned 1921), Central Hotel’s “Gas house”

ECM Photograph Collection

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  • 1880 - present

Photographs of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan and the surrounding area

Esterhazy Hockey Team

Group/Team photograph of the Esterhazy hockey team taken at the Esterhazy train station prior to leaving for a game in Neudorf, Saskatchewan.
Back Row (left-right): Rev. Coghill (United Church of Canada Minister); Bert Ford; Ralph Blyth; Ed Walker (coach); Lyle Lake; Charlie Millham. Front Row (left-right): Bill Kubic; Eddie Krunka; Cliff Blyth.

Hockey teams at the Melville Ice Rink

The Melville hockey team (on the left) and Esterhazy hockey team (on the right-team colours: blue and white) on the ice at the newly finished Melville ice rink.

Esterhazy players: (from left to right) Fred Hazeldean; George Simpson; Bert Clements (two official); Dan McGregor; Wes Wrightson; Val Hill; Fred Barker.

Old C.P.R. Dam

Old Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) dam located 1 mile north of Esterhazy, SK. in the Kaposvar Valley; used as a water reservoir for the CPR steam engines.

Sumner Vicarage, Assa.

Sumner Vicarage, built before 1890, of logs hauled from the Qu’Appelle Valley by Sam Poole. The vicarage was situated in the colony of Englishmen started by James Sumner in 1883.

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