Aerial view facing east with Ellis Hall, the University Hospital and St. Andrew's College in the foreground, the Bowl and surrounding buildings in the centre of the photograph, and prairie fields and residential districts in the background. College Drive runs along the right side of the photograph. View shows construction work on Marquis Hall and St. Thomas More College.
Aerial view looking west during winter across the University of Saskatchewan campus, showing work on the Biology and Arts buildings, the barns and the Physical Education Building in foreground. The University, Broadway, and Victoria Street bridges are in the background.
Aerial view facing north with the Bowl and surrounding campus buildings in the foreground, and prairie fields and the South Saskatchewan River in the background. View shows construction work on Marquis Hall and St. Thomas More College.
Aerial view facing northwest, with the Physical Education Building, the Bowl and other surrounding buildings in foreground. The Arts Building and the University Hospital are in the centre of the photograph, and the South Saskatchewan River and the city of Saskatoon are in the background. View also shows construction of the Arts Building, the Chemistry Building and the Thorvaldson Wing.
Group photograph of the Intercommunication Platoon – Regina Rifle Regiment at Camp Dundurn, located south of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in the summer of 1940.
Names supplied on back of photograph: Top Row (left to right): D. Snell; J. Drummond; D. Mills; R. Drinnan; C.Hardy; A. Munro; F. Ferguson(?); C.Corrigal. Middle Row (left to right): Z. Wozny; I. Poval; J. Nichols; Fuzz MacDowel; H. Miller; Livesley; Billy Taylor; Rooney. Bottom Row (left to right): Swede Johnson; ?; D. Cotton; Al Kennedy; Lt. Reid; Sgt. Cathcart; J.J. Charleston; Long John Gillette; Cotton.
August 19, 1929 saw a major fire that destroyed 53 downtown buildings in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan and was estimated to be a million-dollar fire loss; wide-angle lense photograph shows streets of burnt buildings.