A small 15 cm X 21 cm 8-page informational booklet about the Town of Indian Head - its history and institutions, with black and white photographs - with a colourful cover. It was published as part of the 1971 Homecoming event.
Two newspaper clippings. One is full-page article in the Vidette - Indian Head's newspaper at the time, - entitles "Pioneer Days" by E.J. Brooks and the other is an article about him entitled "Brooks Last Survivor of Riel Jury".
12 legal-sized pages of photocopied newspaper articles from the Qu'Appelle Progress (1885-1969) stapled together into one booklet. The booklet was created as a celebration of Qu'Appelle's 75th year as a town. The articles were used in preparing the Qu'Appelle History Book "Qu'Appelle: Footprints to Progress" (ISBN 0-88925-215-7).
7 legal-sized pages (single-sided) stapled together that are the transcript of George Thompson's reply to a toast in 1923. Thompson's speech reviewed the history of Indian Head and various persons involved with it. It included a description of how the town was named by Robert Crawford. The speech was addressed to the Indian Head Mayor and Council. A guest of honour was Frederick Haultain. It is not known what the specific event was.