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Club Charter

The fonds, related to the Kiwanis Club of Swift Current, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
-Original Kiwanis Club Charter, 1921, contains list of members and occupations

Kiwanis Club of Swift Current

Operating Records

The fonds, related to the Kiwanis Club of Swift Current, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
-booklet, 'Fifty Years of Building', 1921 - 1971 (2 copies)
-booklet, 'Thirty More Years of Building, 1971 - 2001'
-program, Charter Night, 1979
-program, Silver Jublilee Programme, 1949
-program, Charter Night, 1971 (50th Anniversary)
-yearly Officers and Committees pamphlets: 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79; photocopies: 1953-1955.
-copy of Newsweek from August 28 1944, a nine page script stapled inside, written and performed by Kiwanis members.
-3 laminated newspaper clippings re: Victory Bond sales drive.
-folder re: Annual Kiwanis Road Race, c. 1960s, containing: newspaper clippings; and two copies of the Kiwanis Kronicle (August 12 & 13 1985)
-documents re: relationship with Malta, Montana; document and programs for a dedication ceremony of Peace Marker #29 on the International Border at Monchy, 1957; student exchange with Malta, Montana; documents re: Canada - United States Goodwill Week; document re: Kiwanis Club Cairns or Peace Marker, and their locations; program for the "Dedication of Commemoration Plaque August 24, 1958"; newspaper clippings re: student exchange with Malta and Peace Marker Ceremony; photos re: Malta exchange; article re: Nixon with some International Kiwanis members; photo of SC Kiwanis Club members in the Kiwanis Park by Harold Kemp's memorial plaque; photo of Malta exchange students from 1977; list of Malta exchange students from 1957 to 1971.
-book, Kiwanis History, 1922-1948, a handwritten history of the organization, includes entries from each year until 1948; newspaper clippings; programs for Kiwanis events; photos of a Kiwanis parade float; an invitation for a "Historical Buffalo Dinner" in 1923; pages are blank from 126 - 298.
-scrapbook, Kiwanis material from 1949 when Charles Warren was president, including typed agendas; typed weekly bulletins; newspaper clippings from 1949; President's Report from 1949.
-booklet, 'Swift Current Kiwanis Club Park Committee Annual Report 1944 Copy No. 3', includes a written report and several photographs of the park in 1939 ("then" photos) and 1944 ("now" photos).
-booklet, 'Swift Current Kiwanis Club Park Committee Annual Report 1944 Copy No. 1', includes a written report and several photographs of the park in 1939 ("then" photos) and 1944 ("now" photos).
-booklet, 'Swift Current Kiwanis Club Park Committee Annual Report 1943 Copy No. 3', includes a written report and several photographs of the park in 1943.
-booklet, 'Swift Current Kiwanis Club Park Committee Annual Report 1942', includes a written report and several photographs of the park in 1942.
-booklet, 'Swift Current Kiwanis Club Agriculture and Rural Relations Committee Annual Report 1941 Copy #3', includes a written report and several photographs of the park in 1941.
-booklet, 'Swift Current Kiwanis Club Agriculture and Rural Relations Committee Annual Report 1940 Copy #3', includes a written report and several photographs of the park in 1940.
-folder entitled 'Club History'; photo of unidentified men raising a flag (U.S. and a Red Ensign) in a city other than SC; a handwritten page of notes for '50 Years of Building' booklet; a list of titled individuals and a date, including 'The Rt. Hon. Vincent Massey Jan.24/52'; a picture of Dr. James Patterson Whyte.
-duotang; containing copy of an article re: Kiwanis donation to RCMP, a Crime Prevention Unit trailer in 1979; photos of the presentation ceremony; photos of the trailer.
-3 copies of a laminated excerpt from The Sun newspaper, September 1 1971, p. 11-14.
-scrapbook, "Southwest Booster Ad-Keep"; newspaper ads re: Kiwanis Club presidents; a photo of Charlie Warren and Carl Sundquist; photos and clippings re: visit of Kiwanis Governor of Western Canada, George Bush; The Sun newspaper excerpt from Kiwanis Festival of Stars in 1978; programs for Charter Night and Installation Night in 1979; miscellaneous newspaper clippings for Kiwanis activities in 1979; photo of I. Hansen, B. Washington, J. Donnelley & A. Longmore; photo of Charlie Warren talking on the telephone; orange felt flag that reads "Toronto Convention 1979 // Assistant Sergeant At Arms"; agenda for two meetings of the Kiwanis Club of Prairie Pioneers from 1979; document entitled "A Proclamation To All Citizens Of Saskatchewan Who Have Faith in God Almighty As Creator And Sustainer Of Life"; letter to Aleri Scott (SC president from 1978-79) from Kiwanis International re: award; decorated document entitled "I am proud to be a Canadian"; the remainder of the book is blank.
-envelope, containing last will and testament of Eva Kemp, in which $1000 is bequeathed to the SC Kiwanis Club park, and a letter from Eva Kemp's executors
-2 copies of a laminated excerpt from Southwest Booster, June 3 1996, pg. 7-10.
-laminated excerpt from The Sun newspaper, October 17 1957, p. 11-2 & 7-8, (boundary marker ceremony).
-blue felt pennant, reads "Cleveland - Ohio Kiwanis International 40th Anniversary 1915-1955"
-cassette tape, '1 Kiwanis Talent Festival 1975'
-cassette tape, '2 Kiwanis Talent Festival 1975'
-cassette tape, '3 Kiwanis Talent Festival 1975'
-cassette tape, 'Kiwanis Talent Festival '76 (Radio Rebroadcast, C.K.S.W.)'
-cassette tape, 'Kiwanis Talent Festival 1976-77 Regional Finals Part I'
-cassette tape, 'Kiwanis Talent Festival 1976-77 Regional Finals Part II'

Accrual - November 9 2010
In downstairs framed storage:
Plaque, Swift Current Kiwanis Club – Vocational Agricultural Proficiency Award
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Honorable Mention Club – Diamond Section Multiple Service Award, 1993 – 1994
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Honorable Mention Club – Diamond Section Multiple Service Award, 1991 – 1992
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Honorable Mention In The Silver Section Club Achievement Award, 1968
Plaque, Certificate of Appreciation presented to Kiwanis Club, for Ability Bowl IX, 1997
Framed certificate, Southwest Crisis Services thanks Swift Current Kiwanis, In appreciation of your donation to Duck Derby 1994
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Honorable Mention In The Diamond Section Multiple Service Award, 1985 – 1986
Framed certificate, Salvation Army thanking KC of SC, 1990
Plaque, from Kiwanis Club of Midlands, ON to the KC of SC, 1969
Framed certificate, from Air Cadet League of Canada, presented to KC of SC, in appreciation of services rendered to 605 ‘Tarry’ Squadron
Framed certificate, from the KC of SC, certifying that Leonard B. Corrigan is an Honorary member of the club
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Diamond Section Single Service Award, 1994 – 1995
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Diamond Section Multiple Service Award, 1995 – 1996
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Honor Club in The Diamond Section Single Service Award, 1986 – 87
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Honor Club Diamond Section Multiple Service Award, 1988 – 1989
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International to KC of SC, Honor Mention Diamond Section Multiple Service Award, 1989 – 1990
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis Club of Prairie Pioneers to KC of SC, on the occasion of their 60th anniversary
Plaque, presented by Kiwanis International, to KC of SC, Honorable Mention Diamond Section Multiple Service Award, 1990 – 1991
Plaque, from Kiwanis Club of Wascana, to KC of SC, in recognition of 75 years of Community Service
Trophy, Swift Current Kiwanis Club Junior Baseball Trophy for Annual Competition

In archival vault:
Volumes:
Vol. #1 – President’s binder, 2000 – 2001, contains President’s Summary by Emily Rempel; brochure of members and committees; correspondence; annual schedule of programs; photographs (see below); program, newspaper clippings, etc. from the Kiwanis International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication, June 10 2001; Malta Exchange; printed brochures; documents commemorating the 80th anniversary of the club in 2001, 1921 – 2001; guest book; newspaper clippings of other KC events in 2001, several presentations of cheques
Photos (including all A.2009.12 June 22 2009 accrual photographs)
103: rededication of Peace Cairn on the border between Canada and the USA, shared by KC of SC and Malta, Montana, June 10 2001
104: Emily Rempel, president of SC, and Laurel Enyeart, president of Malta, at the International Boundary marker
105 – 106: taken at International Boundary at the rededication of Peace Cairn, June 10 2001
107: unveiling of new plaque on Peace Cairn, Roy Bird, governor of the Western Canada district; Laurel Enyert, president of KC of Malta, Emily Rempel, president of KC of SC, and Jim Eversole, governor of the Montana district
108: Emily Rempel at Peace Cairn dedication
109: KC of the Prairie Pioneers at the Peace Cairn
110 - 111: Roy Bird, governor of the Western Canada district; Laurel Enyert, president of KC of Malta, Emily Rempel, president of KC of SC, and Jim Eversole, governor of the Montana district at a Flag Exchange
112: Peace Cairn decorated with Kiwanis Club banners
113 – 114: cake commemorating the rededication of the Peace Cairn
115 – 116: SC and Malta Kiwanis Members playing “Tug-of-War” game
117 – 120: KC of SC members at the Peace Cairn – back row: Wally Walker, John Leyshon, Jim Wallace, Hugh Caswell, Barry Cuthbert, Brad Wall, ?, Len Martinoski, Gilbert Bulin, Wally Pearson, Kevin Strangeland, sitting: Steve Krochak, Joan Krochak, Frank Smith, Emily Rempel, Allan Smith
121 – 136: photos taken at a banquet commemorating the KC of SC’s 80th anniversary, individuals in the photos include Betty McDougal, Don Forness, Emily Rempel, several images of the table setting, stage and KC display.
137 – 138: Kiwanis Float in a parade
139 - 146: KC of SC members at an event with other local service clubs, June 8 2001
147 – 154: Kiwanis Governor for Western Canada District visiting SC, speaking at a luncheon, Lenn Enns, Emily Rempel, and Les Matsalla are identified
155: three individuals at the attendance desk for the weekly luncheon meeting
156: Joan Krochak
157: MLA Brad Wall (later Premier)
158 – 162: unidentified Kiwanis members with individuals in a care centre
163 - 165: artist Noni Dornstauder
166 – 178: taken at KC of SC luncheon meetings, identified individuals include Barry Cuthbert, John (Jack) Wiebe, Lenn Enns, Emily Rempel, other individuals who are unidentified

Vol. #2 – President’s binder, 2001 – 2002, contains directory of members and committees; president’s report by Colin King; speeches and addresses; newspaper clippings about KC activities, several cheque presentations; obituary and eulogy for Ray Wiskar; correspondence; thank you cards from various individuals and organizations.
Vol. #3 – President’s binder, 2003 – 2004, contains directory of members and committees; president’s report by Barry Cuthbert; history of the SC Kiwanis Club; newspaper clippings about KC activities, especially the 2004 Frontier Days Parade which was organised by the KC; photographs (see below); thank you cards from various individuals and organizations.
Photographs:

  1. Barry Cuthbert in the Frontier Days Parade, 2004
  2. Parade Marshall Frank Smith in the Frontier Days Parade, 2004
  3. Kiwanis Club Frontier Days Parade, 2004
  4. Kiwanis Club members at the Frontier Days Parade, 2004
  5. Bryon Tallon and Jayson Sletten at the Frontier Days Parade, 2004
  6. Craig Menzies and Neil Beaubier at the Frontier Days Parade, 2004
    185 – 187. Clowns at the Frontier Days Parade, 2004
    188-197. “2nd Glance” program that collected second-hand books for recycling or redistribution (extra photos that are not numbered are in the sleeves of 194 to 197 behind the front photograph)
    198 – 203. Photos from the Kiwanis International Convention in St. Louis, Missouri
  7. Barry Cuthbert and Christine Lautsch, winner of a $1000 bursary
  8. students involved with the SC/Malta Student Exchange program (Tenise Sutter, Kristine Pederson, Jessica McMillan, John Sprague)
  9. Emily Rempel, Laurel Enyeart, and Ken Benson at the Student Exchange Farewell Luncheon
    207 - 208. students involved with the SC/Malta Student Exchange program
    209 – 213. KC members at an Installation Night banquet

Vol. #4. President’s binder, 2003 – 2004, contains directory of members and committees; president’s report by Dianne Miller; newspaper clippings about KC activities; obituaries of George Turner, Geoffrey Pardoe, Peder Myhr; correspondence, especially regarding the Kiwanis Sk8park and dentist Lawrence Reimer’s philanthropic journey to Ghana; thank you cards from various individuals and organizations; Western Canada District Midwinter Leadership Conference program; Aquatic Centre newsletter, 2005; program, guest book, etc. for Governor’s Official Visit, November 2004; correspondence; Kiwanis Club newsletter, October 2004; program, etc. for Installation Night, 2004; newspaper clippings pertaining to other community involvement of KC members.

Photographs:
214 – 224. photos from an Inter-Club golf tournament in Elbow, August 2005
225 – 227. photos from Western District KC Convention in Gimli, MB, August 2005

  1. Dianne Miller and Ross Orth at Western District KC Convention in Gimli, MB, August 2005
  2. Emily and Vince Rempel at Western District KC Convention in Gimli, MB, August 2005
  3. Ray Bunnel, Harold Benjamin, Doug Danroth, Prairie Pioneers members at Western District KC Convention in Gimli, MB, August 2005
  4. President Stewart and Irene White, from KC of Wascana, at Western District KC Convention in Gimli, MB, August 2005
  5. Metis Dancers at Western District KC Convention in Gimli, MB, August 2005
  6. Brian Rankin, Bob Rasotte, Calvin Demery, Ken Parker, members of the KC of Creekside
  7. Governor Elect Merron Pearce, International Treasurer Dave Curry, Western District Governor Designate Colin Reichle at Western District KC Convention in Gimli, MB, August 2005
  8. SC President Dianne Miller and Lieutenant Governor Emily Rempel at Western District KC Convention in Gimli, MB, August 2005
    236-237. individuals golfing at a driving range, including Barry and Cathy Cuthbert
  9. Randy Sommerfeld at a golf event
  10. float for the 2005 Frontier Days parade
  11. Ashley Gorrill and President Dianne Miller
  12. participants of the Parks Play program
    242 – 243. students by science projects
  13. Kiwanians Paul Howe, Ron Holmes, John Frame, Derek Ironside, Ken Sauer, Corry Hanlon, Jim McFarlane, Keith Edwards, Len Helfrich, Don Milne, David DeLong, Darlene Baker, Cec Jackson, Drew Barnes, Ray Burkett, Fred Reidmueller
  14. Western Canada Board 2004 – 2005
  15. students involved with the SC-Malta student exchange
    247 – 250. Sleeping Children Around the World charity (also includes photos that are not numbered that in the same sleeves as the numbered photos)
    251 - 254. Len Martinoski, Emily Rempel, Dianne Miller and Barry Cuthbert at Installation ceremony at Days Inn
  16. Al Scott playing a clarinet at Installation ceremony at Days Inn
  17. Emily Rempel, Dianne Miller and Barry Cuthbert at Installation ceremony at Days Inn
  18. Karl Sundquist playing a violin at Installation ceremony at Days Inn
  19. Al Scoot playing a clarinet and Joan Williamson playing piano at Installation ceremony at Days Inn
  20. Karin Mitchell, Christine Ciona, Colin King and John Wiebe singing at Installation ceremony at Days Inn
  21. Bob Jamieson playing a guitar and Karl Sundquist playing a violin at Installation ceremony at Days Inn
    261 – 264. Teresa Cole, Joanne Sthamann, Don Forness, Lorne Uher, Phyllis Radchenko and Liam Choo-Foo performing a Sgt. Renfrew skit at Installation ceremony at Days Inn (the variety performers at the Installation Night were considered a Chautauqua)

Vol. #5. President’s binder, 2007 – 2008, contains directory of members and committees; president’s report by Verna Lynne Knipfel; newspaper clippings about KC activities; programs for Kiwanis events and conventions; documents pertaining to the Kiwanis Western Canada District Annual Convention; obituaries for Frank Smith, Joe Lautsch and Esther Lewis; program for the 79th Annual SC and District Music Festival; other documents related to Kiwanis-supported causes, such as scholarships, science fair, Dr. Noble Irwin Healthcare, etc; program from 2007 Installation Night; thank you cards from various individuals and organization; final page is an outline of Kiwanis Club activities for the year.

Vol. #6. Kiwanis Club binder from 1997 – 2000; brochure outlining KC projects; newspaper clippings about KC activities, including several cheque presentations; blank postcards from Miami, Florida; correspondence pertaining to KC activities from; thank-you cards from various individuals and organizations; certificates awarded to KC; directory of members and committees, 1996 – 1999, Installation of Officers program, 1997; Governor’s Banquet and Social program, 1997; 79th Western Canada District Kiwanis International Convention program, 1997

Photos:
265 - 281. Kiwanis delegates at a convention in Miami, FL, 2000
282 - 293. Kiwanis Club Fun Olympics (Kiwanis Club members, children, and other volunteers put on the program for the local care homes)
294 – 295. Kiwanis Club volunteering at the Canadian Blood Services Donor Clinic, including Ray Wiskar, and Audrey and Al Scott
296 – 302. Kiwanis Club banners from different Kiwanis Clubs
303 - 320. Kiwanis Club Fun Olympics (Kiwanis Club members, children, and other volunteers put on the program for the local care homes)
321 – 323. Artist Noni Dornstauder at a KC meeting
324 - 326. KC 1999 – 2000 board of directors: (back row) Alan Smith, Frank Smith, Eleanor Corby, Betty McDougall (secretary), Len Martinoski, Bob L’Heureux, (front row) Greg Lemon (treasurer), Wally Pearson (past president), Dave Spencer (president), Emily Rempel (1st vice president), Colin King (2nd vice president)

  1. Dave Spencer, Betty McDougall, Colin King, December 1999
  2. Dave Spencer
  3. Betty McDougall
  4. Bob L’Heureux, Len Martinoski, Al Smith, Eleanor Corby, December 1999
  5. Dave Spencer, December 1999
  6. Greg Lemon, Frank Smith, Don Forness, December 1999
  7. Wally Pearson, Greg Lemon, Frank Smith, December 1999
  8. Dave Spencer, Betty McDougall, Colin King, December 1999
  9. Wally Pearson, Len Martinoski, December 1999
  10. Betty McDougall, Dave Spencer, December 1999
    337 - 339. Kiwanis members Everett Bolton, Wally Hall and Wally Pearson selling Kiwanis Christmas trees
    340 - 343. Kiwanis Western Canada District Convention, at SCCHS, 1997

Vol. #7. Kiwanis Club scrapbook, 1969 - 1977, contains newspaper clippings about KC activities; KC of Shaunavon Charter Night program, 1974; KC of Prairie Pioneers Charter Night program, 1979; KC of SC Installation Night program, 1979, 1980;

Photographs.

  1. KC International Award, won by SC Club, image of the award being accepted by Lt. Gov. Ken Lewis, 1969
  2. Fred Lewis and Gil Kerley participating in the Meals on Wheels program, 1975
  3. Len Martinoski participating in the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle drive
  4. Jim Culham placing a cheque for $150 in a Salvation Army Christmas Kettle
  5. Al Rittenger, Dave Wall of CNIB, Mrs. E.F. Bowditch, and two unidentified men, Mrs. Bowditch is blind and is being presented with a talking book machine, sponsored by the SC Kiwanis Club, 1975 – 1976
  6. Mark Kilcher presenting a Tutorette to Learning Disabilities Consultant for Public Schools Bob Kissack
  7. Bill McNab presenting a cheque to Ed Loucks, Chairman of the Swift Current Day Care Centre fund raising campaign
    351 – 352. John Leyshon presenting bursaries to four unidentified junior high school students
  8. Bruce McIntosh, left, presenting a plaque to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evjen.
  9. Gil Kerley (right) presenting a cheque to Ron Murchie of the Green Braes Pipe and Drum Band to purchase a new bass drum.
  10. Gene Tapiau presenting a cheque to two members of the Irwin School Student Council, Gerry Orr and Margo Weiner
  11. Len Martinoski (left) and RCMP Inspector Carl Smith presenting Director of Education Brian Ward copies of the book “You and the Law” for use in schools
  12. individuals involved with the Malta student exchange, back row: Harry Stewart, Barry Munrow, Tammy Sadden, Rhonda Wall, Shelley Storey, Joni Loslegen, Patrick Schryber, Carl Totman, front row: Ron Stuff, Nancy Moen, Jackie Lang, Sheryl Flatt, Terry Brown, Tom Halvortson
    358 – 359: KC members on a golf trip, 1979
    360 – 361. KC members at a meeting in a Legion, Don Whiteman is standing at the podium
    362 – 365. KC of Yorkton Installation Night
    366 – 369. “Kiwanis Open Air Directors Meeting” at an unidentified location

Vol. #8. Kiwanis Club scrapbook, 1960, newspaper clippings about KC activities, especially several articles about local theatre, Malta exchange, Road Race, etc.

  1. several men at a Kiwanis International picnic, involving Saskatchewan and Montana Kiwanis Clubs

Vol. #9. Kiwanis Club scrapbook, contains an original Charter Night program from 1921; The Western Canada Kiwanian newsletter, February 1932, message from James P. Whyte on the cover; programs for Historical Buffalo Dinner, 1923 and a Minstrel Revue, 1926; various KC documents from the 1920s; article on Dr. J.P. Whyte; Silver Jubilee program, 1941; newspaper articles about KC activities, c. 1940s to 1979; correspondence from other Kiwanis Clubs; letter pertaining to SC’s “V.E. Day” parade; letter from Member of Parliament T.J. (Thomas John) Bentley regarding food shipments to Europe and the dissolution of the United Nations Relief & Rehabilitation Association; letter thanking the KC for their expressions of appreciation at Newfoundland’s entry into Union with Canada; poster for the “New Finance Five Dollar Wildcat Investment Content”; letter pertaining to the 1948 budget; correspondence pertaining to the “Kiwanis Kapers” radio program; correspondence from the Kiwanis International head office in Illinois; text of an address by Gladstone Murray, delivered in Toronto, 1950; 1953 budget; letter pertaining to an incubator donated to the SC Hospital; program for the dedication ceremony for the Peace Cairn; program for the dedication of a Commemoration Plaque at Banff National Park, 1958; newsletter, Western Canada District News, 1958; correspondence regarding Kiwanis Park; campaign material for C.W. (Charlie) Warren’s bid for the office of District Governor-Elect; documents pertaining to Agriculture and Rural Relations Committee; thank you letters from various organizations to which the KC has given money; correspondence pertaining to the KC funding the change rooms at Elmwood Park, 1970; newspaper articles pertaining to the SC Junior Band’s trip to the CNE in Toronto in 1963; documents pertaining to the 50th anniversary of the KC of SC, 1971; summary of KC years 1973 – 1975; booklet, Fifty Years of Building, 1971.

Photographs.

  1. Dr. J.P. Whyte

Photographs removed from photo album 1 (album not kept):

372 - 373. Kiwanis Club members selling apples in the Apple Drive

  1. KC Fun Olympics, date unknown, c. 1970?
  2. Kiwanis Kords band playing in an auditorium
  3. a group of students sitting on a tank
    377 - 379. KC event, perhaps the Fun Olympics, date unknown, Geoff Wilson is in 377 & 378
    380 - 382. Three unidentified men making signs in a wood shop, “Len” is written on the back of each image
  4. two unidentified individuals selling Kiwanis Christmas tree, “BJ” written on the back
    384 – 385. Two KC floats in a Frontier Days parade, date unknown, “BJ” written on the back
    386 – 387. KC sitting outdoors at Saskatchewan Landing, “BJ” written on the back
    388 - 389. A curling team, “Bob Hill” written on back
    390 – 391. KC members at a podium, “Pardoe” written on reverse, commemorating 45 year member Bob Moore
  5. “Harold (Shorty) Kemp” memorial plaque on a rock in Kiwanis Park
  6. “Kiwanis Minor League” baseball field, located at 19th Ave NE
  7. large floral “K” in the Kiwanis Club park, the man in the photo is Frank Smith, “F. Smith” written on the reverse
  8. Swift Current Abilities Centre, located 1551 North Railway St. W, the building reads “S.C.C.C.A. Southwest Ability Centre”
    396 – 398. KC celebrating New Years at the Horseshoe Lodge, 1984 – 1985
  9. Kiwanis-Rotary Night, February 1984, individuals are as follows: Fred Johnson ( Lt. Gov. For SK), Mrs. Johnson, Kiwanis President Geoff Pardoe, Rotary President Wally Nickolaichuk, the two boys in front are Jason and Leland Teichroeb
    400 -401. A noon luncheon, date unknown
    402 – 420. KC Installation Night banquet, date unknown, c. 1980s
  10. choir at a KC Installation Night banquet, date unknown, c. 1980s
  11. a guitarist and a pianist at a KC Installation Night banquet, date unknown, c. 1980s
    423 - 424. KC “Social Club”, individuals are unidentified
  12. Lyn Munro, president of Swift Current Block Parents, accepting a cheque from the KC, 1981 (for $475 for operating capital)
  13. Kiwanis swimming hole, Elmwood Park
  14. Frank Smith, Mayor Bob (R.C.) Dahl, Jackson Running and Salvation Army representative Al Smith (two men on the right are unidentified) at a ceremony outside the change rooms are the Kiwanis swimming hole, Elmwood Park

Photographs removed from photo album 2 (album not kept):

428 - 446. Kiwanis Club banquet at the Horseshoe Lodge, date unknown, c. 1980s, Don Whiteman (430), Charlie Warren (432), Frank Smith (434) were present, the “Kiwanis Kords” band is on the stage
447 – 452. photos of a Kiwanis Club banquet, “from Padre Hall // 60th” written on the back of one

  1. image from the same banquet as 428 – 446.
  2. Kiwanis Club Frontier Days parade float, 1941
  3. Kiwanis Club Frontier Days parade float, 1984
  4. Kiwanians beginning to work on the first Kiwanis Park, located south of the hospital, the photo was taken looking east towards Ashley Park
  5. first Kiwanis Park and the old hospital
  6. second Kiwanis Park, c. 1970s
  7. “Kiwanis Minor League” baseball field, located at 19th Ave NE

Photographs removed from album 3 (album not kept) (some duplicates removed):

460 - 470. Kiwanis Club New Years party at the Horseshoe Lodge, 1983 – 1984

  1. several unidentified individuals at a banquet table, a poster on the table reads “Partners in Preventing Crime”
  2. certificate presentation, one man is presenting another with a certificate acknowledging the Kiwanis Club’s contribution to crime prevention, the man on the right is Gary Lane, who became Saskatchewan’s Attorney General in 1982
  3. an unidentified man standing by a Kiwanis Western Canada District banner, 1984
  4. Al Scott and Hugh Caswell at a Kiwanis Club function
  5. Charlie Warren and Bob Moore
  6. Charlie Warren, Ridgeway Booker, Nuevo Club president Dave Curtis, Bert Washington and Bob Moore, the KC is presenting a Maple Leaf flag to the Nuevo Club, 1977
  7. Sleeping Children Around the World charity photo, Thailand
  8. four individuals, including Fred Lewis and Gil Bolin, around a Salvation Army Christmas Kettle
  9. a group of people around a sign on the Chinook Pathway
  10. two unidentified individuals at the Peace Cairn on the border between Canada and the USA
  11. four unidentified individuals at the Peace Cairn on the border between Canada and the USA, 2001
  12. Joan (Bates) Krochak speaking at a podium
  13. new Kiwanis members Wally Pearson, Donna Lachapelle, Bill Mann, Gary Anderson (the woman on the right hand side is unidentified)
  14. a curling team holding trophies, Curtis Bee, Gene Tapiau, Geoff Wilson, Walter Schellenberg, 1977
  15. Fred Lewis and Gil Kerley participating in the “Meals on Wheels” charity program
  16. a man drinking from a beer can helmet, “Kiwanis Club Swift Current” is written on the helmet, “Bob Hill” is written on the back of the photo
  17. three men participating in the Kiwanis Club Apple Drive, “B. Hill” written on back
  18. two unidentified men loading corn into the back of a truck
  19. Harry Shaw and Jack Lundholm wearing costumes to advertise the “Kiwanis Kapers” radio show

Vol. 10, binder, contains a history of the original Kiwanis Club park, several photographs of the park’s development from 1939 – 1945, and the following reports:

Swift Current Kiwanis Club Park Committee Annual Report – 1945
Swift Current Kiwanis Club Park Committee Annual Report 1944
Swift Current Kiwanis Club Park Committee Annual Report 1943
Swift Current Kiwanis Club Park Committee Annual Report 1942
Swift Current Kiwanis Club Agriculture & Rural Relations Committee Annual Report 1941
Swift Current Kiwanis Club Agriculture & Rural Relations Committee Annual Report 1940
Swift Current Kiwanis Club Agriculture & Rural Relations Committee Report for Year 1939

Information about the history of the park, the previous growing season, new developments, finance, future plans, etc., and several photographs document the progress of the park each year.

Photographs:

  1. Kiwanis Club members in first Kiwanis Park after inspection, 1943, all men are unidentified.
  2. Kiwanis Club members in first Kiwanis Park after inspection, 1942, all men are unidentified.
  3. Kiwanis Club members in first Kiwanis Park after inspection, 1944, all men are unidentified.
    493 – 512. Kiwanis Park photos from 1945 report, see database for full catalogue descriptions.
    513 – 568. Kiwanis Park photos from 1944 report, see database for full catalogue descriptions.
    569 – 595. Kiwanis Park photos from 1943 report, see database for full catalogue descriptions.
    596 – 631. Kiwanis Park photos from 1942 report, see database for full catalogue descriptions.
    632 – 658. Kiwanis Park photos from 1941 report, see database for full catalogue descriptions.
    659 – 694. Kiwanis Park photos from 1940 report, see database for full catalogue descriptions.
    695 – 724. Kiwanis Park photos from 1939 report, see database for full catalogue descriptions.

Discrete photographs:

725 - 759. Described in database.

Images used in Kiwanis Club booklet “50 Years of Building” in the order that they appear, each in an envelope:

  1. (1) 1970 – 1971 Kiwanis Executive – Bob Shaw, Frank Smith, Gordon Stark
  2. (2) Lt. Governor Don Whiteman
  3. (3) Kiwanis Club curlers Curtis Boe, Gene Tapiau, Geoff Wilson, Walter Schellenberg
  4. (4) Karl Sundquist and Hank Anderson delivering Meals on Wheels
  5. (5) Cecil Jackson, president 1973 – 1974
  6. (6) Rod Munro (Ron?), Frank Smith, Albert Sulz, Al Marstad, Fred Lewis, Norm Hiebert, Frank Washington
  7. (7) SC Junior Band, unidentified members
  8. (9) Lt. Gov. Don Whiteman installing Charter President of new Shaunavon club, John Bleakley
  9. (10) ringing Salvation Army bells, Fred Lewis, Gil Bulin, captain (unidentified), and Berger Johnson
  10. (11) Mark Kilcher, president from 1974 – 1975
  11. (12) Murray Dodds
  12. (13) Al Rittinger, president from 1975 – 1976
  13. (15) Harry Stewart, president from 1976 – 1977
  14. (16) Walter Buffam
  15. (17) Hank Anderson (third from the left) presenting award for Outstanding Community Participation to Murray Ward of the Burnham 4-H Club, the woman on the left is Mrs. A. Sabine, and the woman on the right is Mrs. V. Wilson, 1969
  16. (18) Maurice Hesford, president 1933, Charter Member
  17. (20) Frank Smith, president 1970 – 1971
  18. (21) Al Scott, president 1978 – 1979
    778a-d. (23) Ian Hay, president 1979 – 1980
  19. (24) Irving Hanson
  20. (25) Baden Campbell
  21. (26) Kiwanis sponsored Abilities Bus
  22. (28) Gord McMillan and his daughter, president 1981 – 1982
  23. (30) Geoff Pardoe, president 1983 – 1984 (also his funeral card)
  24. (31) Jack Slinn, president 1984 – 1985, and MLA Pat Smith
    785a-b. (32 & 33) Mark Kilcher and Len Enns, dressed as Father Time and Baby New Year respectively, 1983 - 1984
  25. (34) Len Enns and Mark Kilcher, 1983 – 1984 New Years
  26. (35) Dr. Kilcher, New Years, 1984
  27. (36) Lenn Enns and Mark Kilcher with Cathy Cuthbert, New Years Baby, 1984 New Years
  28. (37) Charles Warren, president 1949
  29. (38) Elmer Meyer, president 1985 – 1986
  30. (39) Ken Lewis, president in 1952
  31. (40) Len Martinoski at a Salvation Army Christmas Kettle, president 1986 – 1987
  32. (41) Charles Warren pinning Bob Moore with Legion of Honour
  33. (42) Hugh Caswell, 1987 – 1988
  34. (44) John Leyshon, president 1989 – 1990
  35. (45) Lyle Blenner-Hassett, president 1990 – 1991
    797a-b. (46) Don Sommerfeld, president 1991 – 1992
    798a-b. (47) Steve Krochak, president 1992 – 1993, with Governor Bernie Broshco
    799a-b. (48) four Kiwanis Club member at Fort William in 1947, the two men on the right are Archie Walkinshaw and Les McKenzie, one of the two men on the left is Maurice Jeffery (uncertain)
    800a-b. (49) Bob Jamieson, president 1993 – 1994, being inducted by Lt. Gov. Jerry Haubrich in 800a
  36. (51) Peder Myhr with Mark Kilcher
  37. (52) Joan Krochak, president 1995 – 1996
  38. (53) Frank Warder, president 1969
    804a-b. (54) Kiwanis Club members serving cake to celebrate their 75th Anniversary in the Wheatland Mall, 1996.
  39. (55) Frontier City Saloon on Frontier Days, with Kiwanis 75th Anniversary sign, 1996
    806a-b. (56) Glen Rittinger, president 1996 – 1997, with Dr. Keith Robin in 806a
  40. (57) Bob L’Heureux, president 1997 – 1998
  41. (58) Walter Pearson, 1998 – 1999
  42. (59) David Spencer, president 1999 – 2000
  43. (61) John Leyshon, Lt. Gov. 2000 – 2001 (CD, not photograph)
  44. (62) Emily Rempel, president 2000 – 2001

Other misc. Kiwanis Club photos:

Envelope #1.

  1. an unidentified member of the Kiwanis Club presenting a cheque for $350 to J. Penman
  2. members of the SC Kiwanis Club, inside a meeting or hotel room, stamp on the back reads “West’s Studio 2070 Albert St. Regina – Sask”
  3. Kiwanis member Jim Culham presenting a cheque to Ed Smith
    815 - 817. Frank Smith, Jackson Running, Robert Dahl and other individuals, at a ceremony unveiling a plaque on the change rooms at the Elmwood Park swimming hole, the plaque is commemorating the 50 year anniversary of the Kiwanis Club, 1921 to 1971
  4. Frank Smith presenting a cheque to John Patker (Patzer?)
  5. First Kiwanis Park, hospital in the background
    820 – 826. winners of the Kiwanis Snowman Festival, the children are unidentified
  6. Malta student exchange, 1988
  7. an unidentified group of people holding trophies

Envelope # 2.
829 - 836. Kiwanis Club members spending time with older individuals in wheels chairs, perhaps care home residents, it appears that there was some kind or performance taking place

  1. a choir of young people
  2. two Kiwanis club members selling apples
  3. two unidentified Kiwanis Club members
  4. two KC members in a wood shop making signs for people’s houses
  5. Kiwanis Club float in a parade
  6. sign celebrating KC’s 75h Anniversary, hung on Frontier Days saloon
  7. unveiling of new plaque on Peace Cairn, Roy Bird, governor of the Western Canada district; Laurel Enyert, president of KC of Malta, Emily Rempel, president of KC of SC, and Jim Eversole, governor of the Montana district
    844 – 849. KC members in a bar or tavern
    850 – 859. KC members at a luncheon meeting

Envelope # 3.
860 - 865. unknown meeting, adults and children in the audience, a woman is speaking
866 – 869. St.John’s Ambulance First Aid course

  1. several young women outside the Rec Centre
    871 – 874. several students sitting on the 14th Canadian Hussars tank outside the Rec Centre
    875 – 876. empty concrete planter in the new KC park
    877 – 878. “Kiwanis Minor League” baseball diamond
    879 – 881. KC event, with Charlie Warren, Bob Moore, and the Junior Band (“Pardoe” written on reverse)
  2. curling events, “Bob Hill” written on reverse

Envelope # 4.
883 - 894. a KC event, the room is decorated like a carousel, only women are present
895 – 896. individuals outside on the Chinook Pathway

Envelope # 5.
897 – 898. children swimming
899 – 900. a group of children
901 – 903. children eating ice cream sundaes

  1. individuals getting lunch at a table
    905 – 908. individuals at a luncheon inside the Palliser Pavilion, decorated with a Western theme
  2. red trailer fastened to a truck, “Merv’s Pitchfork Fondue”
    910 – 911. meeting a high school sign reads “Exploring New Frontiers”
  3. three individuals and a BBQ at the entrance to the Palliser Pavilion
  4. two KC members behind a counter, KC convention hosted in SC, watermelons on the counter
  5. kids playing with tangram puzzles
  6. KC members mingling in a group, Glen Rittinger
  7. KC convention hosted in SC, individuals at a banquet
  8. young people by a white van in a parking lot
  9. KC members standing from their chairs, reading from programs
    919 – 920. two unidentified individuals

Envelope # 6.
921 – 922. Junior Band playing at a KC banquet

  1. four KC members holding yellow hardhats
    924 - 926. Bob Jamieson at a KC banquet, perhaps his induction as President
    927 - 928. eight KC members
    929 – 932. casino themed KC event

Envelope # 7.
933 – 978. Kiwanis Club International convention banquet in SC, including photos of presentations, diners, and groups photos of unidentified individuals

  1. KC luncheon, two unidentified individuals shaking hands
    980 – 985. KC banquet, only women in the audience, room is decorated like a carousel
    986 – 990. Art Gallery curator Kim Houghtaling speaking in the gallery, “The Symons Trail” exhibition
  2. individuals on the Chinook Pathway
  3. KC members at a muffin banquet
  4. charity display in the SC Comprehensive high school
  5. individuals at an art gallery gift shop
    995 – 996. outdoor painting workshop by the creek, Stephanie Kaduck is the instructor

Envelope # 8.
997 – 1000. KC members, including Lorne Uher and Emily Rempel, reading to young children at a day care or kindergarten class

Envelope # 9.
1001 – 1003. children’s event in the Saloon at Doc’s Town
1004 – 1006. children’s event at the Rec Centre
1007 - 1009. KC meeting at the high school

  1. KC members eating lunch
    1011 – 1016. KC members in a classroom
  2. grandstand bleachers at the Fair Grounds
  3. KC member promoting a “Last Call” safe driving program
  4. two KC members on a small stage at a banquet
    1020 - 1028. a children’s event, including eating and playing mini golf
  5. archaeological dig
  6. children at an outdoor event
  7. KC members at a banquet, including Emily Rempel
  8. four unidentified KC members

Envelope # 10.
1033 - 1036. KC members working on construction, painting and dry walling, renovations to the Safe Shelter

  1. KC Board of Directors, 2003 – 2004
    1038 - 1054. individuals at the driving range of the Chinook golf course for a golf competition, renting balls and equipment in a tent
  2. opening of the Southwest Crisis Services “Basement Boutique”, SWCS staff representative Carol Koch giving a gift to KC members Al and Barry Cuthbert, November 8 2002
  3. unidentified individuals working on renovations to the Safe Shelter, September 2002
    1057 - 1058. KC members at the opening of the Southwest Crisis Services “Basement Boutique”, November 8 2002
    1059 - 1062. KC members working on renovations to the Safe Shelter, September 2002
  4. pre-renovation image of the Safe Shelter basement
    1064 – 1065. opening of the Southwest Crisis Services “Basement Boutique”, Joyce Goodhand, Annie Norine, Colin King and Sheila Rose in 1065

Envelope # 11.
1066 - 1073. KC members in the saloon at Fair Grounds, c. 1996
1074 - 1076. four KC members at the head table during a luncheon meeting, 1995
1077 - 1082. KC members cutting cake at both Wheatland and SC Malls, celebrating the SC Kiwanis Club’s 75th anniversary, 1996

  1. three KC members at the head table during a luncheon meeting
    1084 - 1085. KC members in the saloon at Fair Grounds
  2. children playing volleyball, 1996
  3. KC members in the saloon at Fair Grounds, dancing, 1996
    1088 – 1089. children playing basketball, 1996
  4. four KC members at the head table during a luncheon meeting
  5. four KC members by the Abilities Bus, 1996
    1092 - 1093. a speaker at a KC luncheon meeting
    1094 - 1099. KC members cutting cake at SC Mall, celebrating the SC Kiwanis Club’s 75th anniversary, 1996
    1100 - 1102. KC members in the saloon at Fair Grounds
    1103 – 1104. children playing ball in a parking lot
  6. KC members in the saloon at Fair Grounds
    1106 – 1107. KC members spending time with older people in a care home, 1995
    1108 - 1110. KC members in the saloon at Fair Grounds
  7. KC members spending time with older people in a care home, 1995
    1112 – 1116. KC members in the saloon at Fair Grounds

Envelope # 12.
1117 – 1118. Junior Band performing at a KC meeting, perhaps at the 65th anniversary in 1986

  1. three unidentified KC members, perhaps at the 65th anniversary in 1986
  2. two unidentified individuals shaking hands at a KC meeting, perhaps at the 65th anniversary in 1986
  3. speaker at a KC meeting, perhaps at the 65th anniversary in 1986
  4. Len Stein speaking at a KC meeting, perhaps at the 65th anniversary in 1986
  5. Geoff Wilson speaking at a KC meeting, perhaps at the 65th anniversary in 1986
  6. Pat Smith speaking at a KC meeting, perhaps at the 65th anniversary in 1986
  7. cake commemorating the SC KC’s 65 anniversary, 1986
  8. Pat Smith, an unidentified KC member, Geoff Wilson and Len Stein cutting a cake commemorating the SC KC’s 65 anniversary, 1986
  9. two unidentified KC members loading corn into the back of a truck
    1128 – 1140. Ability Bowl, year unknown
    1141 – 1149. Swift Current Air Cadets in the Rec Centre

Envelope # 13.

  1. a group of young people playing video games in a common room
    1151 – 1152. a group of young people playing sports in the Rec Centre
  2. a group of people in the lobby of the Art Gallery
    1154 – 1156. a KC convention in the Palliser Pavilion, 1997
    1157 – 1158. a KC convention in the high school 1997
  3. two women looking at pictures in the Art Gallery
  4. a Lloydminster display at a KC contention, 1997
  5. individuals eating lunch in a classroom at a KC convention, 1997
    1162 - 1177. individuals at a KC contention, 1997
  6. five KC members in a meeting room
  7. KC members eating in the high school cafeteria at a 1997 convention
    1180 - 1181. KC members placing lit candles on a large wheel, commemorating “Young Children Priority One”
  8. an unidentified man speaking at a podium at a KC convention, 1997
  9. the Palliser Pavilions decorated like the Old West

Envelope # 14.

  1. two unidentified men shaking hands in front of a KC banner
  2. two unidentified men shaking hands in front of a KC banner
  3. KC members eating at a banquet table, Bob and Deb Jamieson
  4. individuals eating in a banquet hall, two are Beulah Caswell and Steve Krochak
  5. individuals eating in a banquet hall
  6. two unidentified individuals
    1190 – 1191. KC members playing poker
  7. a KC member giving a cheque to a man with a seeing eye dog
    1193 - 1195. a television reporter interviewing KC members on the Chinook pathway

Envelope # 15.
1196 – 1214. KC induction night, for 1996 – 1997, individuals include Dave Cyca and Bob Jamieson (1202)

Envelope # 16.

  1. KC members at a banquet table
  2. a KC member presenting a cheque to an unidentified man
    1217 - 1218. a KC member presenting a cheque to an unidentified man
  3. KC members at a banquet table

Envelope # 17.

  1. Emily Rempel at the Kiwanis International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication, June 10 2001
  2. Roy Bird, governor of the Western Canada district; Laurel Enyert, president of KC of Malta, Emily Rempel, president of KC of SC, and Jim Eversole, governor of the Montana district at the Kiwanis International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication, June 10 2001
  3. a tug-of-war
  4. Laurel Enyert and Emily Rempel exchanging flags
    1224 - 1233. KC members at the International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication ceremony at Monchy, June 10 2001
  5. MLA Yogi Huegabaret, at the International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication ceremony at Monchy, June 10 2001
  6. site of the International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication ceremony at Monchy, June 10 2001
  7. MLA Brad Wall, at the International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication ceremony at Monchy, June 10 2001
  8. of the International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication ceremony at Monchy, June 10 2001
  9. plaque on the Kiwanis International Peace Cairn
  10. KC members at the International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication ceremony at Monchy, June 10 2001

Envelope # 18.

  1. unidentified KC member in a campsite, drinking from a “stubby” beer bottle
  2. unidentified KC members in a room
  3. three KC members selling apples, the man on the right is Don Whiteman
  4. two KC members, one presenting a certificate to another
  5. two KC members shaking hands at a KC International event
  6. a KC member selling Xmas trees
  7. Frank Smith and Nikki Carefoot at the Palliser Hospital, November 1984
  8. men at a banquet table, sign reads “Wascana Kiwanis and Regina High School Football // A Partnership in Success”
  9. KC members playing golf
  10. SC Special Olympics team, provincial track meet in Saskatoon, June 1984
  11. a KC banquet, Glen Rittinger at the table, one member is receiving a pin from the Lt. Gov.
    1251 - 1252. two KC members holding a red ribbon, 1994
  12. KC members at the International Peace Cairn Re-Dedication ceremony at Monchy, June 10 2001
  13. KC Western Canada District convention registration, 1997
  14. a rodeo at the Fair Grounds during Frontier Days, 1997
  15. a KC Frontier Days float, 1982 (celebrating SC’s 100 year anniversary)
  16. KC members getting food from a buffet
  17. a KC cheque presentation
  18. KC members playing golf
  19. KC members curling, “Bob Hill” written on reverse
  20. Jim Culham and Michael Heap, director of the SC Junior Band
  21. KC member donating to the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle
  22. Pat Smith, Geoff Wilson and Len Stein cutting a 65th Anniversary cake, 1986
  23. a KC members speaking at a podium at a meeting
  24. KC members standing behind a banquet table, a man playing the bagpipes
  25. people on the Chinook pathway
  26. Peder Myhr, Grant McEwan and Jack Slinn
    1268 - 1270. KC members speaking at meetings
  27. KC float in a Frontier Days parade, 1955
  28. six KC members, including Cec Jackson and Harry Stewart, 1973
  29. a young man using a router to make a sign for a house, the back reads “Major Emphasis Project // Help People – 3 countries”
  30. two unidentified women in a campsite

Envelope # 19.
1275 – 1313. “Sleeping Children Around The World” charity, each photo has three children who had received a bed kit through this charity, in each photo one of the donors is either the SC KC, or the Kiwanis Foundation of Canada

Envelope # 20.

  1. KC Western Canada Convention, 1994
  2. “Kiwanis International 1992 – 93 Distinguished Club Officers” felt patch
  3. Don Murdoch being presented with an award
    1317 - 1320. KC members at a Western Canada Convention, 1994
  4. KC member (perhaps Lt. Gov.) presenting a patch to Lawrence Schatkoski
  5. KC member (perhaps Lt. Gov.) presenting a pin to Ralph Liepold

Envelope # 21.
1323 – 1324. four young women holding test paper, three unidentified adults behind them

Photos not in envelopes:

  1. Malta exchange in 1977, KC President Harry Stewart and high school principal John Penner
  2. “Kiwanis Kords”, the KC band
  3. Kiwanis events in Waskesiu, 1932, some SC members in the photo include Abe (A.B.) Elliott, Hal Fraser, Maurice Hesford, James Wesley Alexander
  4. Kiwanis Western Canada District Convention, Fort William – Port Arthur, 1930, Maurice Hesford was the only SC delegate

Folder #1 (contains letters with accompanying photographs).

  1. Gene Tapiau, Chairman of the Boys and Girls Committee, presenting a cheque to Ron Meyers, principal of Central School, to help fund a trip to the Legislature in Regina, 1977, with accompanying letter
  2. Gene Tapiau, Chairman of the Boys and Girls Committee, presenting a cheque to Betty Bereth of the Girl Guide Association, 1977, with accompanying letter
    1331 – 1332. Gene Tapiau, Chairman of the Boys and Girls Committee, presenting board games to Frank Hegel, principal of St. Joseph’s School, 1977, with accompanying letter
  3. Hazel Steinborn, of the Golden Prairie String Ensemble, presenting a cheque to Bob Gray, Chairman of the Kiwanis Sheltered Workshop Committee, for a Crippled Children Fund, and to help establish a South West Ability Centre, 1977, with accompanying letter
  4. Jackson Running and Frank Warder delivering Meals on Wheels, 1976, with accompanying letter
    1335 – 1339. curling teams holding trophies, with negatives of curling images as well, and a letter about the SC Snowman Festival.
    1340 – 1341. a young woman, _____ Morstad, KC member Lyle Blenner-Hasset in 1341, with a letter about Frontier Days

Envelope # 22.

  1. KC float in a parade, one man shooting an arrow at another, “Kiwanis Apple Day William Tell”
    1343 – 1345. “before” and “after” photos of a linen closet, March 2003, perhaps related to renovations at Southwest Crisis Services
  2. an unidentified KC member working on renovations, March 2003
  3. an unidentified KC members speaking at a luncheon meeting
  4. Walter Buffam, Leader of Spiritual Aims Committee

Folder #2:
-letter, newspaper clippings, re: Charles Warren running in a race while he was a University student in Saskatoon, 1925
-thank you letters to KC
Kiwanis Club correspondence:
-invitation to KC 80th Anniversary Celebration, 2001
-letter from Don Nicholson outlining the events of his presidency in 1957, sent in 1972
-letter from Ridge Booker to Frank Smith, contains a photo of some KC members (#1348, Ridge Booker is second from the right), and information about Ridge’s visits to the KC of Tempe, Arizona
-invitation from the City of SC to a luncheon in honour of the visit of Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor F.L. Bastedo

Folder #3:
Misc. Kiwanis Club documents:
-campaign material for Frank Smith, running for KC Lt. Gov. of Western Canada District
-KC membership list from 1921 – 1978
-KC membership list, 1921 – c. 1940
-history of the Kiwanis Club, started in Detroit in 1915
-newspaper except commemorating the SC KC’s 75th anniversary
-“Legion of Honor” certificate for J.O. Begg
-newspaper clipping on Cec Jackson and Don Whiteman
-Southwest Saskatchewan Traumatic Events Response Team brochure
-misc. negatives, of Ability Bowl, plaque on Peace Cairn
-Charter Presentation program for 1971, 50th anniversary of the SC KC
-2 copies of “Fifty Years of Building” booklet, 1971
-newspaper clipping, Ian Hay at a Salvation Army Christmas Kettle
-3 CDs of images
-SC KC committees and officers from 2002 – 2003
-copy of a newspaper clipping about Dr. J.P. Whyte

Discrete objects:
gavel, “Donated To S.C. Kiwanis Club // By Past Governor J.P. Whyte // 1933”
brass cup, “Swift Current // Kiwanis Club // 65th Anniversary // 1986 // Congratulations // Pat Smith // MLA”
wooden box, given to the SC Kiwanis Club as a thank you from the Southwest Crisis Services

Kiwanis Club of Swift Current

Louise Rosenbury

The fonds, related to Louise Rosenbury, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
Valentines Day cards (2); Christmas Program (North View 1931); handwritten songbook; music notation notebook; music and algebra exercise book; geography exercise book; health education exercise book; agriculture exercise book (2); physiology exercise book; arithmetic exercise books (10); economics exercise book; domestic science exercise book; geography exercise book / misc. notebook; physiology and agriculture exercise book; Julius Caesar exercise book; French exercise book (2); Literature exercise book; Current Events scrapbook; Canadian History / French exercise book.

Rosenbury, Louise

Swift Current Rotary Club

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Rotary Club, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
-Swift Current Rotary Club history book, started in 1963 and covers history since the 1920s

Swift Current Rotary Club

Matador Land and Cattle Company fonds

The fonds, related to the Matador Land and Cattle Company, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
-receipt for feed from J.Y. Doonan & Son Livery, Feed & Sale Stable, 1903 (1993.6.1)
-receipt for building supplies, from W & R Marlow, 1905 (1993.6.2)
-receipts for general supplies, from Chas. Reid General Merchant, 1906 (1993.6.3 - 4)
-receipts from International Lumber & Implement Co., 1908 (1993.6.5 and 1993.6.14)
-correspondence, from the management of the Matador Land and Cattle Company in Trinidad, Colorado, to D. Somerville of the Matador Ranch in Swift Current (1993.6.6a-b)
-correspondence from the Argue & Cooper Store to D. Somerville of the Matador Ranch, 1908 (1993.6.7)
-transportation bill from the Canadian Pacific Railway, Waldeck Station, 1913
-correspondence, from the P. Burns & Company Ltd. Packers, Exporters, and Provisioners, to Matador Cattle Co. of Waldeck, re: purchased fall cattle, 1914 (1993.6.9)
-correspondence, from the management of the Matador Land and Cattle Company, to the Matador Ranch in Swift Current, re: the company's inability to send them cattle that year due to the embargo on cattle going from the U.S. to Canada, 1915 (1993.6.10)
-correspondence, from the management of the Matador Land and Cattle Company, to the J.R. Lair of the Matador Ranch in Swift Current, re: inquiring about general conditions, discussion of a road allowance, 1916 (1993.6.11a-b)
-correspondence, from the management of the Matador Land and Cattle Company, to the J.R. Lair of the Matador Ranch in Swift Current, re: purchasing cattle and cattle minimum cattle requirements for ranches, 1916 (1993.6.12a-b)
-handwritten receipt, for "hauling 5 tons fence posts twine", between Matador Ranch and J.A. Rouse, 1908 (1993.6.13)
-photocopy of a receipt, from Gordon, Ironsides & Fares, credit to the Matador Land Co. for steers, 1911 (1993.6.15)
-photocopy of a Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s Night Lettergram, sent to the Alexander (Alexandra) Hotel in Swift Current, re: train shipments, from John McBain
-correspondence, from McKay Irons Co. Chartered Accountants, to David Sommerville of the Matador Land & Cattle Co., re: conditions at the Matador Ranch, 1910 (1993.6.17)
-correspondence, from the Office of the Veterinary Director-General, D. Somerville of the Matador Ranch, re: bringing cattle into Canada from the U.S., 1912 (1993.6.18)

Matador Land and Cattle Company

History

The series, related to the Swift Current Royal Purple Lodge Number 93, was created by the source during its existence. Files include annual and longer period histories. Depending on the year these documents contain images, club activities, reports from various roles, and related information.

Swift Current Royal Purple Lodge Number 93

Membership

Files include membership related documents that include applications, attendance, deceased members, member lists, and a register.

Swift Current Royal Purple Lodge Number 93

Beverley School District Number 1172

  • SCM-RG-0005-002
  • Série organique
  • 1951-1967
  • Fait partie de Beverley fonds

The fonds, related to the Beverley School District Number 1172 consists of the following:

.1- Minute Book of Beverley School #1172, 1948-1967, including inventory of the teacherage
.2 – Loose papers from inside book:

  • Nomination papers for C.A. Cooper and Sam Sauder, Jan 22, 1964
  • Caretaking Agreement (in envelope), Leonard Schafer, 1963 – 1964
  • Nomination paper for C.A. Cooper, 1966
  • School Officials, 1964 report form
  • School Calendar, 1966-1967, teacher appointment notices for Muriel Dyck,
    1966 and Lea Albers, 1966, in envelope
  • School Officials, 1965 report form
  • School Officials, 1966 report form, form 35c
  • School Officials, 1966 report form, form 35u
  • Nomination papers for Henry Dyck, Jan 21, 1967
  • School Officials, 1967 report form
  • School Officials, blank report form
  • Nomination paper, blank, 5 copies
  • Nomination paper for B.A. Castle, Jan 21, 1967
  • Exercise book containing random minutes, 1964 – 1967
  • School Inventory, June 29, 1951
  • Beverley School children list, 1953 – 1961
  • Free Text back order clip, June 3, 1949
  • Invoice for fire extinguisher, January 7, 1949
  • Invoice for water cooler, February 24, 1949
  • Receipt: “Christmas Grant / Beverley” (21$)
  • Invoice for paper towels (Moyer School Supplies Ltd.)

Swift Current and District Men's Fastball League

The fonds, related to the Swift Current and District Men's Fastball League, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
Envelope #1.
Title: Kyle Merchants
Dates: 1983
Extent: 10 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

1. Gord Neustater

2. Derryl Hildebrandt

3. Ray Robinson

4. Rempel

5. Alvin Rempel

6. Roy Fehr

7. Corny (Cornie) Redekopp

8. Reg Robinson

9. Rod Neustater

10. Marcel Geinet.

Missing: Darcy Fehr; Peter Fehr.

(Kyle Kin. Merchants photos)

Envelope #2.
Title: JJ’s Blueboys
Dates: 1983
Extent: 8 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

11. Ben Wiebe

12. Rick Friesen

13. Danny Mansky

14. Dale Corbett

15. John Hamilton

16. Lorne Wallace

17. Dan MacLaurin

18. Jack Judiesch.

Envelope #3.
Title: Burnham
Dates: 1983
Extent: 12 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

19. Brian Hammer

20. Garney Horne

21. Greg Targerson

22. Cee Targerson

23. Doug Smith

24. Blaine Braaten

25. Stan Herbert

26. Kirk Williamson

27. Ron Laplaute

28. Al Lightfoot

29. Rick McGill

30. Ronnie Wilson

Envelope #4.
Title: Hillcrest Ambassadors
Dates: 1983
Extent: 11 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

31. Ken Thomas

32. Barry Peterson

33. Jay Greenwood

34. Steve Mastaler

35. John Wiebe

36. Andy Corney

37. Dave Brigham

38. Garvin Koldingness

39. Bruce Klassen

40. Jerry Fisher

41. Victor Heese.

Missing: Brian Wieins, Wayne Mahaffey; John Pribyl.

Envelope #5.
Title: Herbert Wheat Kings
Dates: 1983
Extent: 8 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

42 - #47. unidentified men wearing Herbert Wheat Kings baseball uniforms

48. Al Thiessen, pitcher

49. Lorne Voth, catcher

50. unidentified man in a Herbert Wheat Kings uniform

Envelope #6.
Title: Frontier Court
Dates: 1983
Extent: 7 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

51. Dick Krahn

52. Jake Knelson

53. Rod Munro

54. Lionel Wall

55. Dave Nackonechny

56. Brad Wall

57. Dave Wiebe.

Missing: Paul Staats; Gilbert Reimer.

Envelope #7.
Title: Imperial 400’s
Dates: 1983
Extent: 6 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs

58. Wilf Montgomery

59. Benny Belter

60. Dave Niessen

61. Murray Tippe

62. John Cave

63. Bill Tisdale.

Envelope #8.
Title: Standard Motors
Dates: 1983
Extent: 10 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

64. Marc Wall

65. Landis Sather

66. Garth Burnett

67. Neil Reimer

68. Jeff Donaldson

69. Arnie Rempel

70. Brad Munro

71. Doug Hildebrand

72. Rick Manczuk

73. Ron Woods.

Discrete items: schedule and team information for 1983.

Swift Current and District Men's Fastball League

Swift Current Emergency Measures Organisation records

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Emergency Measures Organisation, was acquired by the source during its lifetime. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
Box 1.

(folder #1) Health - Medical Supplies - General & Precis (1965 - 1966): documents pertaining to the acquisition of medical supplies by the City

(folder #2) Emergency Health St. John's Home Nursing Program #2 – Lectures (no date): notes, documents, etc. pertaining to a home nurse training program

(folder #3) Health - Casualty Simulation (1964 - 1966, 1973): documents pertaining to a causality simulation training exercise

(folder #4) Health - First Aid Course and Precis (1962 - 1968): documents re: medical supplies; training course program; booklet: Advanced Treatment Centre Operating Manual; booklet: A First Aid Station in Action; booklet: Emergency First Aid, Civil Defence

(folder #5) Health - Mortuary: empty folder

(folder #6) Health - Blood Collection - Precis & Lectures (1968): documents re: blood donation clinics

(folder #7) Health - Blood Collection - General (1970): correspondence re: blood donation; booklet: Laboratory and Blood Techniques; booklet: Blood Donor Pack

(folder #8) Health - Radiation & Special Weapons - Precis (1961 - 1963): documents pertaining to handling radioactive material; defence from radiation; radiation monitoring; lecture: Contamination Problems Arising From Radioactive Fallout; detergents for radiological decontamination; booklet: Radiation Monitoring Instructor course

(folder #9) Health - Radiation & Special Weapons - General (1963 - 1964): documents pertaining to the acquisition of three ounces of radioactive dust by Scott Caswell, Civil Defence Director; documents re: Radiac Calculator

(folder #10) Health - Department of Public Health - Sanitation (1960, 1961, 1967): "Quick Thaw" training exercise; Measures for the Safe-Handling of Food Under Conditions of Emergency and with Special Reference to Relief Feeding; plan for sanitation services; booklet: Emergency Sanitation at Home

(folder #11) Health - Public Health Measures - Precis (1966): correspondence re: Mosquito Control Program

(folder #12) Health - Public Health Measures - General (1969): Dr. Abram Krahn; Brief on Civil Defence - Central Health Committee

(folder #13) Health - Public Health Measures - Correspondence (1961 - 1963): documents re: SC Emergency Medical Services planning; Scott Caswell, Director of Welfare Services for SC Civil Defence Committee

(folder #14) Health / 200 Bed Hospital - All Correspondence (1969 - 1970): correspondence re: 200 bed emergency hospital for storage and positioning in High School gymnasium; magazine: Canadian Hospital, August 1966; floor plan of High School

(folder #15) Health - Home Nursing - Hospital Training (1963 - 1966): water safety course; home nursing training kits for home care; Hospital Experience Program For Selected Home Nursing Volunteers

(folder #16) Health - Hospital - Disaster Planning (1962 - 1966): document, Hospital Disaster Planning, Department of National Health and Welfare, 1962; document, City of SC Emergency Health Services; SC Union Hospital Disaster Plan, 1966; SC Union Hospital Fire Evacuation instructions

(folder #17) Health - Medical Supplies - Correspondence (1957 - 1958): correspondence re: supplies; Lt. Col. D.J. Burke Civil Defence Director

(folder #18) Health - Medical Pool - Veterinarian General (1962): documents: The Role of the Veterinarian in Civil Defence, Agricultural and Biological Warfare

(folder #19) Health - Medical Pool - Doctors General: empty folder

(folder #20) Health - Medical Pool - General (1965 - 1966): list of graduate nurses in SC; correspondence

(folder #21) Health - Ambulance - General & Precis: empty folder

(folder #22) Health - A.T.C. - General & Precis: booklets by Civil Defence: A First Aid Station in Action, Primary Treatment Services; documents: An Outline Covering Advanced Treatment Centre Organization and Training, Emergency Health Services; signage; Advanced Treatment Centre & Casualty Collection Unit

(folder #23) Health - Hospital - Nurse Training (1968 - 1971): list of graduate nurses in SC; list of candidates, itinerary, for Roll of the Nurse in Disaster course, 1968 - 1971; correspondence

(folder #24) Emergency Health Services (1963 - 1967): correspondence re: SC Union Hospital Disaster Plan; hospital disaster planning; documents re: SC District Emergency Health Services in case of disaster

(folder #25) Health - General Correspondence - Administration Operations (1962 - 1963, 1970): documents: Emergency Health Services, Principles of Management of Federal Emergency Health Supplies Stockpile, Municipal Emergency Health Services, Plan For The Civil Defense of SC And District; newsletter: Department of National Health and Welfare, 1970

(folder #26) Health - Hospital - Precis - Lectures (1957 - 1965): document: Mental Health Services in Civil Defence and Disaster, 1957; The Sun article about the Southwest Regional Hospital Council, 1965

(folder #27) Information - General - Correspondence (1959 - 1965): correspondence with CJFB TV about emergency training in disasters; report on Civil Defence activity in SC, 1961; media and information services in the event of an attack; spring flood preparation, 1962; communication policies in case of a disaster

(folder #28) Health - Home Nursing - Course & Precis (no dates): Provincial Civil Defence Home Nursing instructions, 1958; Home Nursing training and test; Provincial Civil Defence training

(folder #29) Information - Precis & Lectures (1957 - 1964, 1973): memo: Federal EMO Information Plan, 1963 - 1964; Public Information Officers, 1963; newsletter: SEMO News, 1973; report: SC EMO, 1963; SEMO Public Information, 1964; speech on civil defense given in SC, 1964; television script for SC civil defense, 1959; National Civil Defence Day in Canada, 1957; SC Civil Defence Organization, members; speeches on Civil Defence

(folder #30) Inventory - C.D.H.Q. (1962 - 1964): inventory of equipment at SC EMO, receipts, shipping documents, correspondence, etc.

(folder #31) Course Circulars Federal & Provincial (1959 - 1965): correspondence from SEMO,1959 - 1965, re: training courses, competitions

(folder #32) Correspondence (1974): empty folder

SEMO newsletters: August 1967, November / December 1964, April 1967, September / October 1964, June 1967

(folder #33) Exercise Aircrew #2 (1979): document: City of SC EMO Exercise and Aircrew search and rescue and casualty transport; participant list for Wilderness Survival training course, 1978

(folder #34) Untitled (1952, 1965, 1976): The Sun, March 23 1976, pg. 1-2; report to the Civil Defence Committee by Chairman of Publicity Committee J. Greenblat, May 15 1952; news copy about a storm, 1976; SC Emergency Measures Report, City of SC, Spring Flood Situation, 1965; Report on Swift Current Flood Threat Spring 1952; article re: the ability of SC to handle up to 5000 refugees in case of an emergency

(volume #1) Response to Bomb Threats, SK Government Buildings, 1972

(volume #2) SC Emergency Planning District No. 1 list of members, Government of SK Standing Operating Procedures for Peacetime Disaster, 1972

(volume #3) SEMO Municipal Activity Report, 1976

(folder #35) Information – Operations (1958 - 1970): newspaper clippings re: public apathy towards civil defense, local civil defense, EMO activities, emergency hospital, name change of Civil Defence to EMO in 1963, misc. articles, 1958 - 1970; toboggan search and rescue exercise, 1967; CJFB news copy about EMO training exercise; press release on food supplies in an emergency; photographs #1 to #4 (see list below)

(volume #4) Survival Plan of the City of Swift Current in the Province of Saskatchewan // A Reception Community, 1967

(folder #36) Photographs: #5 to #39, see list below

(folder #37) Untitled: correspondence between SC EMO and SEMO; questionnaires on methods of informing the public, road transportation, search and rescue, law and order, fire defense, welfare, heath, engineering, etc. in the event of an emergency; inventory of useable shelter space in the region

(discrete items) Building Data Sheets for Fallout Protection Survey (1972 – 1973): SC Union Hospital; SC Comprehensive High School; Bradbrooke's Rexall Drugs; Ed McKenzie Ltd.; Milne Block; Bank of Montreal; Saan Store; Royal Bank; SC Sun Building; Frontier Enterprises Building; Sask Power Office; MacLeod's Store; Bank of Nova Scotia; Carlton Apartments; Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC); Quinn's Pharmacy; Yolanda's Dress Shop; RCMP Garage; RCMP Detachment; Swift Motel; York Hotel; Polly Law Office; Cooper Store Block; SC Fire Hall; Healy Hotel; Medical Building; City Hall; Western Savings; Great Western Motors Ltd.; Standard Motors Ltd.; Central School; Provincial Geriatric Centre; Beverley Apartments; Court House; St. Michael's Church; Thompson Auto Supplies; Department of Highways and Buildings; MacDonald's Consolidated Ltd.; Macco Aluminum Products; SGT Office; Notre Dame Church, Ponteix; Canadian Agricultural Research Station

(volume #5) SEMAD (Saskatchewan Emergency Measures Air Division) training exercises, 1975
(volume #6) EMO Municipal Financial Assistance Plan Manual, 1972
(volume #7) Region Skylab Response Plan, SEMO, 1979
(volume #8) SEMAD (Saskatchewan Emergency Measures Air Division) training exercises, 1975

Box 2:

(folder #1) Untitled: newspaper clippings re: 1976 storm damage; newsletters: Saskatchewan EMO News, 1973; essay re: NORAD; pamphlet: Regional Emergency Government Headquarters; list of names of phone numbers including Council, media, City departments, etc.; Survival Planning Guide for Municipalities (partial); Canada EMO Radiation Monitors' course "Exercise Byron"; SEMO Project Tiger Lily

(folder #2) Untitled (1961 - 1965): Municipal Civil Defence / Emergency Measures Annual Progress Reports for City of SC, 1961- 1965

(folder #3) Untitled (1965 - 1972): documents and correspondence re: SC EMO financial information, 1965 - 1972; Municipal Civil Defence / Emergency Measures Annual Progress Reports for City of SC, 1966

(folder #4) Untitled (1965): documents re: flood of 1965 in SC

(folder #5) Untitled (1961 – 1966): documents re: SC EMO financial information, 1961 - 1966; receipts

(folder #6) Briefs - Civil Defense Committee (1949 – 1959): Civil Defense Organization Committee, 1949; correspondence with police department, fire department; Plans for the Civil Defense of SC and District; documents re: Accommodation Committee; summary of accommodation available in local buildings; emergency hospitals; documents re: supply committee, food and fuel; SC Civil Defense Committee Duties; Engineering Committee duties

(folder #7) Minutes (1962 – 1970): minutes of SC EMO meetings, attendance sheets; plan for accepting refugees, plans in event of an emergency

(folder #8) Correspondence (1949 – 1959): précis of SC Civil Defense Organization; damage caused by a wind storm in Wymark; general correspondence; Hungarian Refugees, 1956; assistance from Armed Forces in Civil Defense; newspaper clippings

(folder #9) Director's Conferences – SEMO (1959 – 1971): EMO Director's conferences and training course documents, 1959 – 1971

(folder #10) Course Correspondence (1959 – 1966): schedule of courses at Canadian Emergency Measures College, Arnprior, 1966 - 1967; information on available training courses; course instructions; correspondence re: training courses; Henry Biem won a High School Editorial Competition

(folder #11) Correspondence – General (1962 – 1971): between Scott Caswell, Director of SC EMO, and SEMO, City of SC, various other bodies

(folder #12) Minutes - Civil Defense Meetings (1949 – 1959): general correspondence of SC Civil Defense; minutes of Civil Defense meetings; committee duties; division of the City of SC into wards for Civil Defense Purposes; duties of the SC Police and Fire Department in time of emergency or disaster; emergency clothing in civil defense

(folder #13) Civil Defence (1951): report from G.H. Lovestone, Fire Chief; duties of various committees submitted by R.H. McClelland, George McLeod, James Aitkens, Alex Kelly, Irving Hansen, R.H. Jenner, M.H. Prescott, Howard Couch; boy's home nursing course; syllabus for Provincial Civil Defense School; Municipal Organization for Civil Defence, by Saskatchewan Civil Defence; correspondence; minutes of Council of District Court Judges annual meeting, 1951; minutes of Red Cross Disaster Services meeting; three blank disaster information cards from the Red Cross; minutes and correspondence of the Civil Defence Committee, 1951; Divisions of the City of SC for Civil Defence Purposes; Urban Physical Characteristics Study, supplement to Civil Defence Planning Manual

(folder #14) Civil Defence (1953 – 1954): correspondence, re: requisition of civilian property, with Provincial Director of Civil Defence, etc.; various blank forms and reports, Warden Report; Civil Defence Health Services Manual; report: National Organizations, Agencies and Associations in Civil Defence; participation of Boy Scouts in Civil Defence Program; report: Allocation of Volunteers to Civil Defence

(folder #15) Civilian Defence School (1952 – 1955): documents pertaining to safe driving, training of civilians, assistance of the military, training supplies; notes from Saskatchewan Civilian Defence School: communications (radio, telephone, teletype, etc.), Wardens, radiation monitoring, role of Police, Fire Department, Medical Services, rescue work, a basic speech on Civil Defence, roll of the Red Cross, among other topics; correspondence between SC and Saskatchewan Civil Defence

(folder #16) Civil Defence - Ward's Report: Plans for the Civil Defence of SC and Distict; role of medical community; Nurse Instructors course, 1955; excerpts from Civil Defence Health Services Manual for Information of First Aid Station Personnel; report, The Warden Service in SC; SC flood of 1952

(folder #17) Civil Defence Misc. (1950 – 1954): correspondence re: training exercises; duties of various committees; minutes of Civil Defence meetings, 1952, 1954; general correspondence, 1954; minutes of Civil Defence meeting, Regina, 1950

(folder #18) Minutes & Detail - 1952, Civil Defence Disaster Operation (1952 – 1953): newspaper clippings re: flood caused by Duncairn Dam, 1952; report: The Place of Civil Defence in Natural Disasters; minutes of emergency meetings of the SC Civil Defence Committee, 1952; list of individuals who attended a meeting re: damage to their property; report: proposed SC flood dykes, 1953; photo of a map of SC laid out into numbered zones (photograph #40, see list below); bulletin re: flood evacuation of "lower areas of SC", 1952; documents pertaining to flooding of the Duncairn Dam; correspondence between SC Civil Defence Committee and Capt. Milani of the Department of National Defence Army; minutes of Civil Defence Committee meetings, 1952; general correspondence, 1952 - 1953; list of selected First Aid posts; letter containing description of the aftermath of the flood in SC and Eastend; information on how to sterilize wells for drinking water; duties of Civil Defence Committees; Division of the City of SC into Wards for Civil Defence Purposes; Duncairn Dam statement by PRFA Officials; list of trucks registered in SC

(folder #19) St. John Ambulance (1954): booklet: International Civil Defence Test Exercise, 1954; decision that all radio messages are to be received by E.J. Melhoff, 1954; copies of communication, including time, sender, location of receiver, and message; North Battleford Civil Defence Organization

(folder #20) St. John Ambulance (1968 – 1973): funeral program for Tom Holt Stansfield, 1973; St. John Ambulance Submission to National Agency Review Committee, 1971; minutes of St. John Ambulance Association meeting, 1972; letter from Hoffman J. Powley, member of First Aid Services for SC EMO; list of St. John Emergency Health EMO enrollment; activities of the SC branch of St. John Ambulance, 1971; Annual Report of the SC Branch of St. John Ambulance, 1969, 1970; Executive and Members, 1968; financial information, 1971, 1972

(folder #21) Untitled (no date): floor plans of Municipal Emergency Government Headquarters (basement of SC City Hall); floor plans of SC City Hall, ground floor and second floor

(folder #22) 1986 Budget (1986): correspondence re: Councilor Stan Horner registering for 'Mayors and Elected Officials course' at Canadian Emergency Preparedness College, Arnprior; City of SC Operating Budget Document for EMO; budget for SC EMO

(envelope #1) letter re: permission to establish radio facilities, 1983; information on communication during an emergency; documents: Mutual Aid Districts // A Proposal To Saskatchewan Emergency Planners' Association, and Mutual Aid Program Application for J.E.P.P. (Joint Emergency Preparedness Program) Funding

(folder #23) Emergency Planners Association (1980 – 1986): list of names of SEMO Areas and Municipal EMO Coordinators; minutes of EMO Coordinators meeting, 1984; Saskatchewan Emergency Planners Association bylaws, 1985; minutes of Saskatchewan Emergency Planners Association meetings, General and Executive, 1984 - 1986; Saskatchewan Emergency Planners Association financial information, 1986; agenda for conference of SEMO Coordinators, 1986; Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Province of Saskatchewan to jointly formulate and cooperate in measures for emergency planning in Saskatchewan; Final Report of Urban Law Review, Recommendations Respecting the Civil Defence Act, 1980; photocopy of An Act Respecting Civil Defence and Disaster; minutes of EMO Advisory Committee meeting, 1984

(folder #24) Radio Station License Information EMO (1976, 1983): list of communication equipment of SC EMO; bills / receipts for radio station license fee, hand held two way radio, other equipment; letter re: permission to establish radio facilities, 1976; radio station licenses; application to install and operate a radio station in Canada; Particulars of Proposed Site and Radio Antenna Structures; SC EMO Search and Rescue Units

(folder #25) Dangerous Goods (1985): Dangerous Goods Newsletter, 1985; The Canada Gazette // The Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1985; suppliers of labels and placards

(folder #26) Advisory Committee EMO (1980 – 1985): correspondence, 1981 - 1984; SEMO Areas and Municipal EMO Coordinators, 1984; badge for SEMAD (Saskatchewan Emergency Measures Air Division); minutes of EMO Advisory Committee meetings, 1983; Disaster Services Act from Legislative Assembly of Alberta, 1973; attendance of EMO meeting in Saskatoon, 1983; minutes of EMO Coordinators meeting, 1983; recommendations from EMO Coordinators meeting; SUMA (Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association) meeting; Province of Saskatchewan Joint Emergency Planning Program (JEPP); slide, image of a man standing next to an improvised shelter (photograph #41, see list below); document re: Fatal Motor Vehicle Accident (car accident) at Webb district, 1980; minutes of Saskatchewan Emergency Planners' Association meeting, 1985

(folder #27) Arnprior Courses Attended (1984 – 1986): Ray Horne attended 200 Bed Emergency Hospital Familiarization course, 1984; Yvonne Mohagen and Keith Dalby attended Community Emergency Planning Health, 1985; schedule of courses, 1984 - 1985; Mayor Al Rittenger attended Mayors and Elected Officials Conference, 1984; Ivor Clifton attended Plans and Operations Peace course, 1985; Donald Randall attended Community Emergency Planning, 1986

(folder #28) EMO 1984 (1978, 1983 – 1985): EMO budget information, 1983-1985; equipment purchased by SC EMO from 1962 - 1978

(folder #29) EMO 1982 (1981 - 1982): Spill Control Workshop, 1982; SC EMO budget, 1982; Municipal Project Submission, 1981 - 1982; correspondence, 1982; Schedule of Emergency Planning Courses, Arnprior, ON, 1981 - 1983; description of a toboggan rescue operation, 1982; Power Toboggan Search & Rescue Units; St. John Ambulance Brigade; claim for municipal EMO expenditures, 1982; “Thank You” to SC EMO from Jenny Hogaboam for taking her to the doctor in the winter; letter from Ray Horne re: Fire and Safety Centre, 1981

(folder #30) EMO Budget 1982 (1981 - 1984): recommendations for provincial EMOs, from SUMA (Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association), 1983; general correspondence, 1982 - 1984; Standardization of 2 1/2 Inch Fire Hose Threading for Province of Saskatchewan, 1955; City of SC Operating and Capital Expense Budget Document, for EMO, 1981

(folder #31) EMO 1981 (1979 - 1981): correspondence, 1981; expenditure claims for a training courses, equipment; EMO project breakdowns and costs; SC EMO Municipal Detailed Statement of Expenditures, 1981; Hazardous Material training course in Denver Colorado, 1981; SC EMO summary of activities, 1979; SC EMO budget, 1981; newspaper clippings; agreement between Canada and the Province of Saskatchewan re: Civil Defence Work; pamphlet: SC EMO City Evacuation Plan

(folder #32) EMO 1980 (1979 - 1980): receipts and reimbursement requests, 1980; Transportation of Dangerous Goods course, in Arnprior; correspondence re: chemical emergency suits; Operating and Capital Expense Budget Document, EMO, 1980; Claim for Municipal EMO Expenditures, 1980; SC EMO summary of activities, 1979 - 1980; activities of the SC EMO re: car accident on highway near Webb

(folder #33) 1980 (1979 - 1980): expenditure claim, 1979; correspondence re: enrollment in training courses; general correspondence, 1979 - 1980; receipts, 1979; SC EMO summary of activities, 1979; SC EMO Search and Rescue Team summary of activities, 1979

(folder #34) 1979 Expenditures (1978 - 1979): correspondence re: claiming EMO expenditures, 1979; SC EMO budget, 1979; expenditure claims, 1978 - 1979; Municipal Project Submission, 1979

(folder #35) 1979 Correspondence (1978 - 1979): correspondence re: relocation of EMO headquarters to the basement of the SC Museum, 1978; Power Toboggan Search and Rescue report; SC EMO Search and Rescue Team summary of activities, 1979; general correspondence, 1979

(folder #36) 1980 EMO Submission (1979 - 1981): SC EMO expenditure claim, 1975, 1978; Municipal Detailed Statement of Expenditure, SC EMO; correspondence re: grants, general correspondence; Claim for Municipal EMO Expenditures, 1979; Operating and Capital Expense Budget Document, EMO, 1979, 1980; SC EMO budget, 1980; information re: Dangerous Goods seminar, 1981

(folder #37) Reports & Correspondence (1977): expenditure claims, 1977; application for enrollment in SEMO training course; letter from Salvation Army Corps to SC EMO; general correspondence, 1977; Emergency Planning Canada Schedule of Courses, 1976 - 1977, Arnprior, ON; SEMO Training and Operational Circular, with training course information, 1976 - 1978; letter from SC EMO thanking Frontier City CB Radio Club for the donation of a propane heater and light; correspondence re: energy plant at the High School; handwritten report from Search and Rescue Team; correspondence re: EMO funding, 1977; resignation letter of John Yates; Grant Paulson's completion of Radiological Defence Officer's course, 1977; schedule of SEMO courses, 1976 - 1977

Box #3.

(folder #1) 1972 Project Submission (1974 - 1977): SC EMO summary of activities, 1976, 1977; equipment acquired by SC EMO, 1962 - 1974; SC EMO Statement of Expenditures, 1977

(folder #2) Correspondence 1976 (1975 - 1977): SC EMO summary of activities, 1976; copies of communication, expenditure claims, 1976; Palliser Hospital disaster and evacuation plan; Federal Study Centre Schedule of Courses, 1976, Arnprior; SEMO Training and Operational Circulars, with training course information, 1975 - 1977; applications for enrollment in the SEMO school; request to use Fairview School in the event of a disaster at the Palliser Hospital, 1976; emergency power generating equipment; temporary medical clinics; Toboggan Search and Rescue Team; Casualty Collecting Unit; document: Spring Runoff Outlook, 1976; general correspondence; folder containing information on SC EMO attendance at training courses

(folder #3) Annual Reports (1973 – 1975): SC EMO Annual Reports, 1973 - 1975

(folder #4) Correspondence (1978): general correspondence, 1978; SEMO Training and Operational Circulars, with training course information, 1978 - 1979; financial information, 1978; applications for enrollment in: the SEMO school, Wilderness Survival course, General Orientation; list of candidates for Wilderness Survival training course; application for enrollment in SC EMO Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue club

(folder #5) Inventory EMO (1974, 1976, 1985): attendance: SEMO meeting, 1985; list of equipment acquired by SC EMO from 1962 to 1976; SC EMO inventory, 1974

(album #1) SEMO Municipal Activity Reports of SC, 1972 - 1973

(folder #6) 1978 Annual Report (1977 - 1978): SC EMO financial information, 1977 - 1978; SC EMO summary of activities, 1977; activities of SC EMO Power Toboggan Search and Rescue, 1978

(envelope #1) documents: Fire Safety in Special-Care Homes; Palliser Hospital disaster and evacuation plans, fire regulations

(folder #7) EMO Truck (1984 - 1985, 1988): bill for interconnected radio system for SC and RM; map of SEMO districts; documents pertaining to a house trailer purchased to be used as a disaster site headquarters; JEPP (Joint Emergency Preparedness Program) funding; correspondence re: a study to analyze the potential roles for microcomputers in municipal and provincial EMOs, purchase of a computer, 1984 - 1985; receipts, 1988

(folder #8) Studies - Municipal (1964): survey re: municipal disaster planning; notifications of SC EMO meetings, 1964; SC EMO / Civil Defence exercises

(folder #9) Canadian College of Civil Defence, EMO, Arnprior, ON (1965): SEMO training exercise document, 1965; SC EMO training exercise "White-Out"; SC EMO training exercise "Swift Sanctuary"

(folder #10) Exercise Tornado (1973, 1976, 1978): SC EMO training exercise "Tornado", 1973 (see folder #22 below for more details); Lloydminster EMO training exercise "Big Blow", 1976; SC EMO training exercise "Aircrew", to coordinate the services of the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue with Frontier City C.B. Radio Club and RCMP, 1978

(folder #11) Exercise - "Find Olaf" (1971): SC EMO training exercise "Find Olaf", 1971; the object of this exercise is to: a) Coordinate the services of the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue Team with the RCMP under conditions where other means of transportation are impossible. b) Assess the capabilities of the Motor Toboggan as a vehicle for use in searching rural areas at night under adverse weather and road conditions. c) Test the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue Team in their ability to assemble and conduct an organized search and rescue operation. d) Develop skills in search and rescue operations at night.

(folder #12) Proposed Hospital Exercises (1970 - 1971): census of hospital patients, 1970; some handwritten notes

(folder #13) Exercise - "Hot Blow" (1966): SC EMO training exercise "Hot Blow", 1966; Aim of the Exercise - to establish EMO operational policy in local disaster situations and to stimulate pre-disaster planning by Senior Officers of the Services involved.

(folder #14) Exercise - "Storm Waif" (no date): SC EMO training exercise "Storm Waif", (see folder #19 below for more details)

(folder #15) Untitled: chart, cross-referencing various services (Fire, Police, Frontiersmen, Engineering, Electrical, Public Information, Hospital, Power/Gas, Public Health, St. John Ambulance, Red Cross, Salvation Army, Department of Welfare) with a timeline, to show what time services were required to do a certain thing in the event of an emergency, likely pertaining to SC EMO training exercise "Hot Blow", 1966

(folder #16) Exercise - "Air Crew" (1978): names and addresses of participants; SC EMO training exercise "Aircrew"; the object of this exercise is to: a) Coordinate the services of the Motor Toboggan Search & Rescue teams with members of the Frontier City CB Radio Club and the RCMP in a search and rescue operation. b) Train new members of the Search and Rescue teams by working them with experienced members and familiarize all with an organized assembly. c) Assess the capabilities of the Motor Toboggan as a vehicle for use in searching rural areas and test the value of a specially developed sleigh to transport a casualty from a snowbound area. d) Familiarize all members with the assembly and use of our portable rescue shelter.

(folder #17) Exercise - "Crossroads" (1971): SC EMO training exercise "Crossroads", 1971; correspondence re: exercise; newspaper clippings; report on exercise by Stan Talbot; SC Bible Institute student list, 1971 - 1972; bylaw: To Provide for the Establishment of a Civil Defence and Disaster Organization, 1962; diagram of Crossroads exercise; the object of this exercise is to: a) Test the capability of the SC Union Hospital staff to cope with a heavy casualty load from a local disaster. b) To develop teamwork within the Emergency services of the city. c) To further the training of members of the casualty simulation class. d) To stimulate interest in the EMO among the staff and students of the SC Bible Institute. e) Exercise the local ambulance service and to assess the value and response of private vehicles in the transportation of casualties. f) Promote public interest in EMO functions.

(folder #18) Exercise - SCBI (1966): SC EMO training exercise "S.C.B.I." (Swift Current Bible Institute), 1966; correspondence re: exercise; reports on exercise by Dr. A. Krahn, City of SC; list of students participating in exercise; SC Union Hospital Disaster Plan, 1966; photographs of the exercise, taken outside the SC Bible Institute (photographs #42 - #46 in list below); the object of this exercise is to: a) Test the capability of the SC Union Hospital to cope with a heavy casualty load from a local disaster. b) To develop teamwork within the Emergency services of the city. c) To further the training of members of the casualty simulation class. d) To stimulate interest in the EMO among the staff and students of the SC Bible Institute. e) Promote public interest in EMO functions.

(folder #19) Exercise - "Storm Waif", Motor Toboggan (1970): SC EMO training exercise "Storm Waif", 1970; press release, newspaper clipping, re: exercise; the object of this exercise is to: a) Coordinate the services of the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue Team with the RCMP under conditions where other means of transportation are impossible. b) Assess the capabilities of the Motor Toboggan as a vehicle for use in searching rural areas at night under adverse weather and road conditions. c) Test the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue Team in their ability to assemble and conduct an organized search and rescue operation. d) Develop skills in search and rescue operations at night.

(folder #20) Exercise - "Poor Olaf" (1970): SC EMO training exercise "Poor Olaf", 1970; the object of this exercise is to: a) Coordinate the services of the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue Team with the RCMP under conditions where other means of transportation are impossible. b) Test the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue Team in their ability to assemble without previous notice and conduct an organized search and rescue operation. c) Assess the capabilities of the Motor Toboggan as a vehicle for use in searching rural areas and to test the value of a specially developed sleigh to transport a casualty from a snowbound area. d) Develop skills in search and rescue operations at night.

(folder #21) Exercise - "White Out" (1969): list of participants; SC EMO exercise "White Out", 1969; Power Toboggan Search and Rescue Units; information for exercise volunteers; disaster report: reactions to Hurricane Camille in Virginia, 1969; the object of this exercise is to: a) Coordinate the services of the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue Team with the RCMP under conditions where other means of transportation are impossible. b) Assess the capabilities of the Motor Toboggan as a vehicle for use in searching rural areas and its practical use in casualty transportation under adverse weather and road conditions. c) Test the Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue Team in their ability to assemble and conduct an organized search and rescue operation.

(folder #22) Exercise Tornado (1973): SC EMO exercise, "Tornado", 1973; aim of the exercise: To establish EMO Operational Policy in local disaster situations and to stimulate pre-disaster planning by Senior Officers of the Services involved; notices of SC EMO meetings, 1972 - 1973; report on exercise by Scott Caswell

(folder #23) Exercise - Municipal (1962 - 1967): SEMO summary of Conference to Organize Municipal EMO Mutual Aid Areas, 1967; report from Civil Defence Directors' Conference, 1962; disaster training exercise about a fictional city called Apathetic; SC EMO training exercise "Quick Thaw", 1967; training exercise wherein SC becomes a reception centre for individuals from disaster-struck areas, 1962; training exercise wherein fallout from an accidental detonation in Montana contaminates SC; EMO training exercise "L- S" (Lloydminster to Swift Current), the primary aim of the exercise is to develop Municipal Emergency Operating Centre Techniques, including reception, registration and feeding of evacuees and their assignment to emergency lodgings; map illustrating potential nuclear fallout from Norheim, Montana; questionnaire on EMO in the schools; handwritten notes re: training exercises, 1963

(envelope #2) Tornado (1964, 1984): Civil Defence Handbook No. 3: Exercises and Studies, published by Her Majesty's Stationary Office, 1964; map of the City of SC, n.d.; plastic wallet from SEMO, with newspaper clippings and reflective EMO badges inside; SC EMO "Tornado" exercise, 1984

(folder #24) Exercise S.E.T. (1978): SC EMO "SET" (North American Amateur Radio Simulated Emergency Test) training exercise, 1978; correspondence re: exercise; document re: correct message writing techniques

(folder #25) Correspondence - 1973 (1973): SC EMO Annual Report: summary of activities from 1972 - 1973

(folder #26) Course Application - Provincial (1960 - 1976): applications for enrollment in SEMO training courses: Community Health Planning, General Orientation, Casualty Simulation, Radiation Monitors' course, First Aid Instructor, etc., 1960 - 1976; correspondence re: training courses: Emergency Welfare Services Program Management course, Radiological Defence Officer's course, etc., 1964 - 1975; SEMO Training and Operational Circulars, with training course information, 1974 - 1975

(folder #27) Course Application - Federal (1961 - 1974): applications / correspondence re: Canadian Civil Defence College training courses in Arnprior: National Survival Organization Planning Operation, Radiological Defence, Municipal Road Transport, Study Group Concepts of Operation, Emergency Welfare Services, Analysis and Design of Fallout Protection, Casualty Simulation, Health Operations, etc. 1961 - 1968, 1974; applications / correspondence re: SEMO training courses - General Orientation, 1971

(folder #28) Course Application - Blank Forms (1957, 1973 - 1974): SEMO Training and Operational Circulars, containing information on training courses: Motor Toboggan Search and Rescue, Communications, Orientation, etc., 1973 - 1974; Canadian EM College schedule of courses, 1973 - 1974; application form for Canadian Civil Defence College training courses in Arnprior; Introduction to Civil Emergency Measures, 1957; laundry forms, recreational activities, church services, other information for students at the Canadian Emergency Measures College in Arnprior

(folder #29) Correspondence (1972 - 1975): Mayor Dyer's report to Council re: Mayor's Conference at the EM College in Arnprior, 1974; correspondence re: training courses, supplies, flood protection, EMO literature, SC EMO meeting, etc., 1972 - 1974; Canada EMO pamphlet, "Flood"; SEMO Training and Operational Circulars, training course information, 1973 - 1974; letter to homeowners re: flood protection; notices of SC EMO meetings, 1972, 1974; SC EMO expenditure claim; list of supplies provided by St. John Ambulance for an exercise, other information re: supplies; use of SEMO's Mobile All Purpose Clinic for the 1976 Saskatchewan Summer Games; general correspondence, correspondence re: training courses, conferences, 1973 – 1975; Mayor’s and Elected Officials conference in Regina, 1974; Training and Operational Circular, General Orientation Course, 1975

(folder #30) Bomb Threat (1975): pamphlet: Bomb Threat Checklist; report: Regina Police Department Bombing and Bomb Threats; Explosive Ordinance Disposal Centre #20 CFB Moose Jaw, 1975

(folder #31) Civil Defence (1951, 1959, 1961): four chapters from An Act Respecting Civil Defence and Disaster, Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, 1951; bylaw: A bylaw of the City of SC to provide for the establishment of a civil defence and disaster organization, 1961; Civil Defence Order, Government of Canada, 1959

(folder #32) Correspondence (1971 - 1972): report on SC EMO training exercise “Crossroads”; correspondence re: SC EMO training exercises, 1971 - 1972; general correspondence, re: Student Shelter Survey Program, meetings, courses, supplies and equipment, etc., 1971 - 1972; report: Fire Department Use in EMO Exercises; report: General Matters, SC EMO Visit

(folder #33) Boy Scouts of Canada EMO Policy (1962): report: Emergency Measures Organizations And the Role of the Boy Scouts of Canada, 1962

(folder #34) Communication – Telegraph – General: (empty folder)

(folder #35) Communication – Dispatch Rider – Messenger – General: (empty folder)

(folder #36) Communication – General – Correspondence: (empty folder)

(folder #37) Communication – Public Address Systems – General: (empty folder)

(folder #38) Communication – Telephone General: (empty folder)

(folder #39) Engineering – General Precis & Lectures (c. 1958): chart: City of SC Emergency Engineering Service; report: Provincial Civil Defence Training

(folder #40) Engineering – Utilities Sewer & Water Operations (1969): article: A Plan for Emergencies, from American Public Works Association Reporter, 1969

(folder #41) Engineering – Utilities Electric Power – Operations (no date): Report of S.A. Stevens on Electrical Service in Swift Current

(folder #42) Engineering – Utilities Natural Gas – Operations: (empty folder)

(folder #43) Engineering – Radiation Shielding and Survey Analysis (1962 - 1964): SC EMO Engineering Services budget, 1964; memo: Estimating Protection Factors of Residential Buildings, 1963; correspondence re: fallout shelters, 1962 – 1963; blank forms: Fallout Shelter Surveys; report: Construction of Predicted Fallout Plots

(folder #44) Engineering – General (1959): chart: SC EMO Engineering Services; correspondence with Scott Caswell re: construction, 1959; booklet: Power-Lancing with the New “Oxweld”; instructions on building walls out of sandbags

(folder #45) Engineer Fall-Out Shelter (1961 - 1962): correspondence re: construction of fallout shelters; magazine: Concrete Construction, on fallout shelters, 1962; blueprints: Erection Instructions For A Family Fallout Shelter In Basement, 1961; blueprints: Fallout Reporting Post, 1961; blueprints: Uni-Form Panels for Fallout Shelters, 1961; pamphlet: Steel Shelters for Fallout Protection; National Housing Act financial assistance for fallout shelters

(folder #46) City of SC Essential Records - Preservation Program (1970): correspondence re: preservation of city records, 1970; booklet: Guide To The Preservation of Essential Records For Provincial Governments and Likely Target Areas

(folder #47) General Orientation Course (1974): booklet: SEMO General Orientation Course, 1974; Disaster Reports: reaction to hurricane Camille in Virginia, 1969; chart: Emergency Health Services; attendance, correspondence, etc. for SC EMO General Orientation Course, 1974; documents: Survival Hints, Winter, Power Failure and You

(folder #48) Welfare - Feeding (1960 - 1966): booklet: Mobile Feeding Unit, 1960; Suggested Headquarters Food Stockpile and Costs, 1966; Food Supplies for Municipal Emergency Headquarters, 1963; reports on food requirements in an emergency, Emergency Feeding, by Emergency Welfare Services

(folder #49) Fire - General - Lectures & Precis (1956 - 1962): report: Fire Services In Civil Defence, by Chief Ray Horne, SC Fire Department, 1959; report: The Rescue Service In Civil Defence, by George Shepherd, Regina Fire Department, 1960; reports: Introduction to Fire, Classification of Fire and Extinguishers, 1957; report: Saskatchewan's Forest Fire Organization and Possible Immergent [sic] Problems that Might Arise Out of Nuclear Warfare, by F. Warburton, Department of Natural Resources, PA, 1962; report: Functions, Skills and Organization of the Rescue Service, by Canadian Civil Defence College, 1956

(folder #50) Fire - General Administration (1956 - 1958): correspondence between SC CIvil Defence and the Fire Department, 1956 - 1957; loan / purchase of water pumper for SC Civil Defence, 1958

(folder #51) Fire - General Operations (1962, 1966 - 1967): correspondence, equipment loans, re: fire team competition, 1966 - 1967; report: Civil Defence Fire Service Organization Plan for National Emergency

(folder #52) Communications - Radio, General - Commercial Nets (1962, 1974): floor plan: EOC (Emergency Operations Centre); Application for Licence to Install and Operate a Radio Station in Canada; correspondence, receipts, re: radio equipment; blank licenses to Operate A Radio Station in the Civil Defence Service; reports: Saskatchewan Civil Defence Licensing And Operation Of Civil Defence Radio Stations, Civil Government Emergency Radio Communications Within Provinces; reports on emergency communication

(folder #53) Untitled (1965): study of first 96 hours after an attack, 1965; correspondence, reports, attendance, etc. re: training exercise, "Swift Sanctuary", 1965; "Exercise Secret (DS & LC only)"; report: Action In The Event Of An Emergency, Department of Welfare, SC Regional Office; floor plan: SC EMO, basement of City Hall; minutes of SC EMO meetings, 1965; SEMO Director's Conference, 1965; newspaper clippings re: Swift Sanctuary, 1965; SEMO newsletter, November 1965

(folder #54) Health - St. John Ambulance - General (1962 - 1971): Supervisor's Safety Training course, 1968; list of graduate nurses in SC, 1971; First Aid training course participants, 1969; memo: First Aid and Home Nursing Training, 1964, 1966; attendance at First Aid courses, 1961 - 1965; report: National First Aid and Home Nursing Programmes, by Department of National Health and Welfare, 1962

(folder #55) EHS - General Plan City of SC (no date): report: City of SC Emergency Health Services

(folder #56) All Purpose Medical Clinic (1976): correspondence re: All Purpose Medical Clinic, 1976; report: SC EMO Receives Emergency Medical Clinic; supplies and equipment for medical clinic

(folder #57) Newspaper Clippings (1969 - 1983): newspaper clippings, re: SC EMO, SEMO, other EMOs

(volume #1) book: Mayors' and Elected Officials' Conference on Emergency Measures, Saskatoon, 1974

(volume #2) book: SEMO General Orientation Course, SC, 1974

(volume #3) book: SEMO SEMAD Exercise No. 2 July 13 - 14, Assiniboia, 1974

(envelope #1) photographs #47 to #70, see list below

(folder #58) Untitled (no date): many copies of a letter to homeowners from SC EMO re: flooding from Spring run-off

(folder #59) Flood Threat (1974): correspondence re: Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials, flood threat, 1974; map: City of SC flood area, 1965; Diary of Spring Flood Run-Off, 1964 - 1965, 1974; list: names, addresses and buildings affected by flooding; minutes of Control Committee and Heads of Services of SC EMO meeting, 1974; receipt for sand bags; map: Snowpack Distribution, Saskatchewan Department of the Environment, Hydrology Branch, 1974; newspaper clippings re: SC EMO, flooding, 1974; CJFB news copy re; floods; statement re: flood compensation, 1974

Box 4.

(folder #1) Mayor Dyer Canadian Emergency Measures College (1973 - 1974): blank Peacetime Disaster Mutual Aid Agreement form; Canadian Emergency Measures College Case Study "Fireball"; Government of Alberta Peacetime Emergency & Disaster Plan, 1973; Canadian Emergency Measures College Case Study "Atlantis"; EMO Training and Operational Circular, 1973 - 1974, information about scheduled federal courses

(folder #2) Untitled (no date): documents: 'The Warden's Handbook,' 1963; 'City of Swift Current Emergency Police Service' (4 copies)

(folder #3) Industrial Engineering (1964): newsletter, 'Industrial Engineering Aid', 1964

(folder #4) Radiation Monitoring Exercise (no date): blank copies of Radiation Monitor's Exercise

(folder #5) Radef Correspondence & Training (1968 - 1969): forms of shipment, correspondence, for radiological course equipment; document: SEMO Radiological Defence; Radiation Monitoring Course Registration Forms (filled out)

(folder #6) Radef Radiation Monitor Man. (1968 - 1970): correspondence re: SEMO Radiation Monitors Course, 1968; document: SEMO Radiological Defence; Canada EMO correspondence re: Radiological Defence, 1970; blank radiation report forms

(folder #7) Rescue - General Legion of Frontiersman (1956, 1966 - 1969): Saskatchewan Oilfield Fire, First Aid and Emergency Equipment List, 1967; correspondence re: rescue of trapped personnel; list of equipment of the Legion of Frontiersman, 1966; correspondence between Legion of Frontiersman and SC EMO; illustrated Rescue Charts, Canadian Civil Defence College, Arnprior; document on rescue by Canadian Civil Defence College, 1956

(folder #8) Police - General - Administration (1960, 1966): documents: City of SC Command and Control Plan for Non-Declared Municipal Disasters; correspondence re: uniforms, training exercise 'Tocsin'; Saskatchewan Civil Defence Auxiliary Police Instructors' Guide, 1960; reports: Legal Aspects of Civil Defence, 1957

(folder #9) Untitled (1961, 1964, 1970): bylaw: A Bylaw for the City of SC to provide for the establishment of a Civil Defence and Disaster Organization, 1961; floor plan of Municipal Emergency Government Headquarters, basement of City Hall; book, Information of Preparing a Community Emergency Health Plan for Saskatchewan Hospitals, 1970; report: Time Framed Concept of Operations as a Guide to Exercise Planning, 1964

(folder #10) Personnel - General - NES Correspondence (1967): report: Concept of Operations for a National Emergency Manpower Authority and Canada Emergency Manpower Services; report: Department of Manpower and Immigrations Interim Provisional Emergency Orders and Regulations, 1967; unofficial map of National Employment Service Areas

(folder #11) Police - General - Operation (1972): correspondence re: bomb threats, 1972

(folder #12) Police - General - Lecture & Precis (1952, 1957): report: The Police Service in Civil Defence, 1957 (4 copies); report: Hamilton Police School Civilian Defence Instructors Course, 1952

(folder #13) Peace Time Disaster Planning (1967): correspondence, reports re: Peacetime Disaster Planning, 1967; peacetime disasters: power failure, health, mine disaster, transportation, explosion, dangerous gases; forest fire; urban or rural fire; earthquake; flood, etc.

(folder #14) RADEF General Planning (no date): report: City of SC Radiological Defence Service; piece of paper bearing the text "If we never need what we learn in Civil Defence we lose nothing, but if we never learn what we may need we lose everything."

(folder #15) RADEF Sask EMO Planning (1969 - 1970): report: Radiological Defence for City of SC, 1969-1970

(folder #16) Basic Casualty Simulation Course (1973): correspondence, participation list, evaluation forms, re: casualty simulation course

(folder #17) Training Air Cadets - Civil Defence Program (1963 - 1965): Training Schedule 605 RCAC Squadron; Canadian Civil Defence College Functions, Skills and Organization of the Rescue Service; SC Air Cadet Squadron Syllabus of Training, 1964-65; Air Cadets of SC Civil Defence, 1963; book: Royal Air Cadets National Survival and Civil Defence Instructors Manual

(folder #18) Rescue Course (1966 - 1967): correspondence re: Heavy Rescue Course, 1967; SC EMO equipment list; Rescue Course test

(folder #19) Saskatoon Exercise Operation Crash (no date): City of Saskatoon EMO "Operation Crash" instructions; map of the City of Saskatoon

(folder #20) Sask Civil Air Defence (1966, 1969): Commercial Flying Services in Saskatchewan, 1969; SEMO newsletter, Get your Aircraft out of Winter Mothballs, 1966

(folder #21) School Policy & Operation (1961 - 1962): documents re: EMO in SC Schools, EMO in Toronto Schools, 1961; report: EM in Collegiates and Colleges in the Regina Area, 1962

(folder #22) Supply - Administration (1961, 1963, 1965): report: Planning For A War Supplies Agency, 1961; correspondence re: War Supply Agency at SC, 1963, 1965

(folder #23) EMO Supplies In Stores (1972): handwritten list of food, supplies, 1972

(folder #24) Supply - Dept. Defence, Production - War Supply Agency (1960, 1961, 1965): report: Planning For A War Supplies Agency, 1961; correspondence re: War Supply Agency at SC, 1965; report: Provincial Civil Defence Supplies, 1960

(folder #25) Supply - General - Correspondence: empty folder

(folder #26) Supply - Operation (1959): chart, chain of command for Civil Defence supplies; report: Civil Defence Organization Committee of Supply, A.J. Wigmore Co. Ltd., 1959

(folder #27) Student Summer Employment (1973): newspaper clipping, correspondence, job description, re: student employment, 1973; students are Cheryl Clary, Dwight Dirkson, Bonnie Baird

(folder #28) Building Survey Shielding (1972): New Buildings Surveyed For Potential Fallout Shelter Protection, 1972; Bi-Weekly Pay Period, 1972

(folder #29) Training - Precis Index (1960 - 1961): list of Information and Training Material from Emergency Welfare Services, 1961; SEMO Training Development and Objectives; SEMO Preparation of a Talk; agenda for Special Civic Employees Course, 1960

(folder #30) Untitled (1966): booklet: SEMO Proposed SC Area EMO Orientation and Study Group, 1966

(folder #31) Training Films - Filmstrips - Slides (1961 - 1962): SEMO list of films, with descriptions, 1962; Canadian Civil Defence College Film Catalogue; order forms for films shown by SC EMO; Canadian Civil Defence College Film Library, 1961

(folder #32) Training T of I Precis: empty folder

(folder #33) Transportation - Administration (1959, 1964): correspondence re: Municipal Emergency Transport Services, transportation

(folder #34) Transportation - General (1964): article: Trucks Are Vital in Peace and War

(folder #35) Transportation - Operations: empty folder

(folder #36) Warden - General Administration (1959, 1963 - 1964): correspondence between SC EMO and Legion, re: Warden Service Operations, 1963 - 1964; correspondence re: Warden service in Civil Defence, 1959

(folder #37) Warden - General - Operation (1963): agenda for Warden Information Course, 1963; document on emergency zones in SC

(folder #38) Warden - General - Lecture & Precis (1951, 1961, 1963): blank form, Civil Defence Warden Household Register; documents: SEMO The Warden Service, 1963; The Warden's Handbook, 1961; Provincial Defence Training Warden Service; SEMO The Warden Service, 1961; Department of National Health and Welfare The Warden Service, 1951; Provincial Civil Defence Branch The Warden Service

(folder #39) Welfare - General - Administration (1961 - 1968): Department of Welfare Regional EWS (Emergency Welfare Services) Directors, 1966, 1968; documents: Threat and Planning Principles - Natural Disasters, 1965; Organization of Area EWS, 1967; EWS Operational Plans, 1963; EWS Visual Check Chart; report on an EMO training exercise, 1963; SC Ag & Ex Capital Assets and Depreciation Schedule, 1962; general correspondence re: EWS, 1961 - 1964

(folder #40) Welfare - General - Operations (1960 - 1961): reports: Welfare Centre's Equipment and Space Requirements; Welfare Centre Operations; Welfare Centre (2000 Evacuees) Staff Establishment (for first day's operation); booklets from EWS Division: General Welfare, 1961; Emergency Clothing, 1960

(folder #41) Welfare - General - Lecture & Precis (c. 1961): reports: Saskatchewan Department of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation EWS Branch - Purpose, Definition, Assumptions; Responsibilities and Terns of Reference; Federal, Provincial, Municipal EWS Responsibilities; Provincial Civil Defence Training - Introduction to Welfare Services; Welfare Service in a Reception Area; SEMO EWS; training course "Reception Plans"; Department of National Health and Welfare EWS; booklets from EWS Division: General Welfare, 1961; Welfare Centre (2000 evacuees) Staff Duties; Welfare Centre's Equipment and Space Requirements; Welfare Centre Operation; Welfare Centre (2000 Evacuees) Staff Establishment; EWS, 1961

(folder #42) Welfare - Clothing (1957, 1960): reports: Emergency Clothing Staff Plans and Operations Course; Provincial Civil Defence Training - Emergency Clothing, 1957; booklets from EWS Division: Emergency Clothing, 1960

(folder #43) Welfare - Lodging (1956 - 1960): reports: Civil Defence Introduction to Emergency Lodging; EWS Emergency Lodging Staff Plans and Operations Course; Provincial Civil Defence Training - Introduction to Emergency Lodging; exercises: Information on Reception Area Dwelling and Occupants; Emergency Lodging Course No. 384; blank Assessment Field Sheet; booklets from EWS Division: Emergency Lodging, 1960; reports: The Lodging Facility Card (for recording of essential information concerning facilities and the people occupying these facilities), 1956; Lodging Assignment Card (to show who the evacuee is and to give other important information about him for billeting purposes); information about code used on the cards; blank Lodging Assignment Card

(folder #44) Welfare - Centre & Managers (no dates): reports: Welfare Centre (2000 Evacuees) Staff Establishment (for first day's operation); Welfare Centre's Equipment and Space Requirements; Welfare Centre Operation

(folder #45) Welfare - Personal Service (1960 - 1961): EWS Personal Services Staff Plans and Operations Course; Provincial Civil Defence Training - Personal Services in Civil Defence ("The Personal Services Section is planned so that the individual person can receive specialized care and assistance with his particular difficulties."); Psychological and Psychiatric Phenomena in Mass Disaster, 1960; chart of Personal Services Organization; flow chart of Personal Service in a Welfare Centre; reports: Short Contact Interviewing in an Emergency Disaster Service, 1960; Factors Affecting Morale in the Attack By Mass Destructor Weapons, 1961; booklets from EWS Division: Personal Services, 1961

(folder #46) Welfare - Registration & Inquiry (c. 1959): reports: EWS Registration and Inquiry Staff Plans and Operations Course; Provincial Civil Defence Training Registration and Inquiry Service, 1959; booklets from EWS Division: Registration and Inquiry

(folder #47) Workmen's Compensation Safety Class (1971 - 1972): list of candidates to participate in the First Aid course, 1972; list of participants in Supervisor's Safety Training and First Aid courses, 1971

(folder #48) Workmen's Compensation Board - Civil Defence Agreement (1961, 1963): booklet, First Aid Requirements, 1963; An Agreement Providing For The Payment Of Compensation In Respect Of Injury Or Death Of Civil Defence Workers, 1961

(folder #49) Exercise Mecca Moose Jaw (1972): pamphlets, SEMO Information of Municipal Disaster Planning; Emergency Health Services Chart for Certified Nursing Assistants; City of Moose Jaw EMO Training Exercise "Mecca", 1972; 200 Bed Emergency Hospital Display; report: The Saskatchewan Emergency Health Services; correspondence re: "Mecca" training exercise

(folder #50) Emergency Health Financial - First Aid & Home Nursing Program #3: empty folder

(folder #51) Emergency Health Hospital Experience - Home Nursing Program #4: empty folder

(folder #52) Emergency Health Attendance Roll - FCD - II First Aid & Home Nursing - Blank Forms: empty folder

(folder #53) Emergency Welfare - Welfare Centre Plans 2000 - 4000 Evacuees Per Day: empty folder

(folder #54) Fire Correspondence to CDHQ: empty folder

(folder #55) Police Correspondence to CDHQ: empty folder

(folder #56) Civil Defence Act: empty folder

(folder #57) Publicity News Coverage (1965): list of participants in a Canadian Civil Defence College course, National Survival Organization Planning and Operations, 1965; newspaper clipping

(volume #1) SEMO Mutual Aid Area Organization Conference in SC, 1967 (grey duotang)

(folder #58) SC Mutual Aid Area (1966): maps outlining SC's Mutual Aid Area, other Aid Areas; correspondence re: EMO school and courses in SC for surrounding rural municipalities, establishment of a Rural Aid Area Organization, encompassing: Saskatchewan Landing, Swift Current, Excelsior and Coulee, Stewart Valley, Rush Lake and Waldeck, 1966

(folder #59) Mutual Aid Area Organization (1966 - 1967): agenda and minutes of Conference to Organize Municipal EMO Areas, 1967; information on SC EMO area, representatives; map of EMO Mutual Aid Organizations for southwest Saskatchewan; report: SEMO Mutual Aid Organization; SEMO address to Municipal Officials, 1966; correspondence, re: EMO meeting in SC, 1966

(folder #60) SEMO DIstrict Personnel - Training (no dates): list of individuals who have attended Provincial and Federal EMO courses in the Cabri, Leader, Ponteix, Maple Creek, Val Marie, Shaunavon, Gull Lake, and Eastend areas; information (listing of towns, villages and RMs) about EMO districts: Leader, Cabri, Gull Lake, Ponteix, Shaunavon, Swift Current, Eastend, Val Marie, Maple Creek

(folder #61) SEMO District Planning (1965, 1968): booklet: SEMO Mutual Aid Organization, 1965; agenda for SEMO Field Staff Orientation course, 1968

(folder #62) SEMO District Planning - District Welfare Manual (no date): Moose Jaw Social Welfare Region EWS Plan - Purpose and Responsibilities, Organization, Operations

(folder #63) SEMO Information Kit (1963, 1974, 1975): text of a speech on SC EMO, addressed to the Kiwanis Club; reports: SEMO Emergency Warning System, 1963; SEMO Municipal Survival Planning, 1963; SEMO Family and Individual Survival Plans, 1963; SEMO Survival Training, 1963; SEMO Radioactive Fallout, 1963; newspaper clippings re: 1963, 1974, 1975; SEMO Introduction to Survival Planning, 1963; SEMO Federal and Provincial Responsibilities in Survival Planning, 1963

(volume #2) SEMO Emergency Welfare, black duotang with various SEMO reports, 1968

(volume #3) SEMO Proposed SC Area EMO Orientation And Study Group, 1966

(folder #64) Untitled (1968): District Planning Committee Manual and Resource List; SEMO Provincial Emergency Planning District Boundaries (SC is #1); Government of Saskatchewan Standard Operating Procedures for Peacetime Disaster, 1968

(folder #65) Untitled (1967, 1970, 1973): booklet: SEMO Directors' Conference, 1967; information on SEMO, Project Tiger Lily, 1973; reports from various departments: agriculture, highways, natural resources, public health, welfare, telephone, labour, etc.; map of SC (orange dots); EMO newsletters, 1970; Civil Emergency Planning in Regina

(folder #66) Drylander's Park (1971): correspondence, newspaper clipping, report, re: Drylander's Park - Prairie Settlement Museum project, 1971

(volume #4) Discussion Topics for Syndicate Groups - Conference of Municipal Officials, 1973; inserts: SEMO Conference of Municipal Officials & EMO Coordinators, 1973; lists of 8 syndicate groups; report: Role of the EMO Coordinator

(volume #5) Untitled (no dates): blank registration cards from Civil Defence Welfare Services; Civil Defence Registration and Inquiry Service; blank forms: Change of Address; Lodging Facility; Lodging Assignment; Emergency Clothing; Case Index; report: Welfare Service: To provide emergency feeding, clothing, lodging, registration and inquiry, and personal welfare services as required during natural or national disaster

Box 5.

(volume #1) Provincial/Municipal Radiological Defence System, SC EMO (1968): report: Provisional Guide For Development Of The Provincial/Municipal Radiological Defence System, Canada EMO, 1968

(volume #2) Municipal Disaster Plan Conference (1961 - 1967): reports within volume: Criteria for Allocation of Financial Assistance to Provinces; Emergency Measures Unit Survival Plan; Model By-Law for the Establishment of an EMO; Peacetime Disaster Mutual Aid Agreement; Unit Emergency Government Headquarters (UEGHQ); UEGHQ / MEGHQ Organizational Charts, Lines of Succession, Equipment and Supplies, other information; Emergency Fire Service information; excerpts from The Civil Defence and Disaster Act, Alberta, 1961; Emergency Police Service information; Radiological Defence Service information; reports: Manitoba Civil Defence College EMO Municipal Emergency Planning, 1965;Canadian EM College Municipal Civil Emergency Plans; Town of Urbanville Civil Emergency Plans for Nuclear Emergency Peacetime Disaster - Reception of evacuees and casualties and mutual support, Protection of the population under conditions of fallout, Plans to counteract the effects of a direct attack, 1965

(volume #3) Untitled (c. 1953): First draft of proposed manual to assist civil defence organization and training in the mutual aid and receptions areas, c. 1953

(volume #4) Survival Planning Guide For Municipalities, prepared by EMO Privy Council Office, Ottawa, 1961

(folder #1) Maps (no dates): brochure for Honeywell Controls Limited motors; floor plan of the MEGHQ (basement of old City Hall)

(volume #5) SEMO Proposed SC Area EMO Orientation and Study Group, 1966; agenda of meeting, map of proposed SC Area (inc. City of SC, villages of Rush Lake, Stewart Valley, Waldeck, RMs of Coulee, SC, Excelsior, and Saskatchewan Landing); reports: SEMO Radiological Defence, 1963; SEMO Provincial Emergency Planning Responsibilities; SEMO Municipal Emergency Measures Organization, 1965; SEMO Financial Assistance Programme Project Submission; Mutual Aid Areas Expenditures; Model By-Law for the Establishment of an EMO, 1965; Model By-Law Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement Under the Village Act, i.e. agreement to exercise powers conferred on cities, towns, villages or RMs,by Section 9 of the Civil Defence and Disaster Act

(volume #6) SEMO Exercise Rainex II District EOC Information and Report Guide (no date)

(volume #7) SEMO Exercise Rainex II District EOC Information and Report Guide (no date)

(volume #8) SEMO Exercise Rainex II District EOC Information and Report Guide (no date)

(volume #9) Civil Defence Welfare Services Registration and Information (1952): chapters: Organization, Registration; Welfare Inquiries; General Welfare Services Information; The Central Registry; Personnel, 1952

(volume #10) Nuclear Weapons Effects, prepared for EMO Privy Council Office, Ottawa, by Dr. E.E. Massey, Defence Research Board, 1963

(volume #11) Nuclear Weapons Effects, prepared for EMO Privy Council Office, Ottawa, by Dr. E.E. Massey, Defence Research Board, 1963

(volume #12) SEMO Exercise Rainex II District EOC Information and Report Guide (no date)

(volume #13) Civil Defense In The Detroit Riots, by Peter McGillivray, Detroit Office of Civil Defense; a letter pertaining to the report, 1971

(volume #14) Survival Planning Guide For Municipalities, prepared by EMO, Ottawa, 1963

(volume #15) Provisional Guide For Development of the Provincial / Municipal Radiological Defence System, Canada EMO, Ottawa, 1968

(volume #16) Saskatchewan Emergency Measures Organization Course Manual - Techniques of Instruction, agenda, course material, 1972

(volume #17) Civil Defence Health Services Manual, Prepared by Civil Defence Health Planning Group, Department of National Health and Welfare, Ottawa, 1951

(folder #2) Untitled (no dates): City of SC Survival Plan Annex B, Municipal Emergency Government Headquarters; blank SEMO forms; blank forms for Engineering and Transportation Resources; SC EMO training exercise SCBI (Swift Current Bible Institute); RM of SC bylaw: "A bylaw to regulate the use of land and the location and use of buildings and other structures in the Swift Current Planning District, so as to provide for the amenity of the District, and the health, safety and general welfare of the inhabitants";advertisments for Civil Defence brochures

(volume #18) Civil Defence Welfare Services Training Plan, Reference Manual, Draft Copy, by Civil Defence, Canada, Department of National Health and Welfare, 1954

(volume #19) EMO Continuity of Government Planning Guide, by Privy Council Office, Ottawa, Restricted, 1962

(folder #3) Rescue Motor Toboggan (1972 - 1973): handwritten notes entitled "Standard Operating Procedure

City of Swift Current

Swift Current Environment Advisory Committee records

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Environment Advisory Committee, was acquired by the source during its lifetime. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
Folder #1, Environment Advisory Cmte: correspondence between the Environment Advisory Board and the City of SC pertaining to motorized vehicle use of property designated as "Urban Reserve" west of 11th Ave. NW; list of native species in the designated area; Proposal for Use of City Property West of 11th Ave NW"

Folder #2: bylaws for Environmental Advisory Board; posters and promotional material for environmental events (e.g. Enviroforum, Earth Day, EcoAction); meeting agendas - June 2003, September 2003 - January 2004; meeting minutes - March, May, September - November 2001, January - May, September - December 2002, January - June, September - December 2003 ; correspondence between Environmental Advisory Committee and the Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards; document, "Swift Current Environmental Advisory Board Concept For An Expanded Recycling Centre For Swift Current & The Southwest"; newsletter, "Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards // Know Your Watershed", Summer 2002; correspondence from HELP International re: offer of assistance for intensive tree planting; correspondence between Environmental Advisory Board and Dan Knutson, Engineering Assistant, re: 2003 Litter Cleanup; newspaper excerpt re: Earth Day 2003

Environemnt Advisory Committee members: Dan Knutson, Keith Hanson, Sandy Larson, Bob Jamieson, Cher King, Bix Biederbeck, Else-Marie DePauw, Fernando Selles, Hugh Henry, Irene Enns, Dave Wiegers, Bob Hale, Joan Meyer, Jennifer Stolz

City of Swift Current

History

The fonds, related to the Kinetic Club, were accumulated by the source. Consists of a scrapbook with news clippings about Frontier Days from 1937-1971.

Kinetic Club

Shortgrass Writers Guild

  • SCM-RG-0009-0003
  • Série organique
  • ? - 2002-04-08
  • Fait partie de Hugh Henry fonds

The fonds, related to the Shortgrass Writers Guild, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
A.1997.1 (Shortgrass Writers Guild)
A.1997.1.1 - Ron Welgan making up Premium Swift Review, 1987
A.1997.1.2 - Hugh Henry, assembling Premium Swift Review, 1987
A.1997.1.3 - Open Stage, 1986-87
A.1997.1.4 - David Carpenter playing the banjo, Open Stage, 1986-87
A.1997.1.5 - Jeanette Unger at Open Stage, 1986-87
A.1997.1.6 - Open Stage, 1986-87
A.1997.1.7 - Kent Thompson at Open Stage, Heidi's Restaurant, 1987
A.1997.1.8 - Kent Thompson at Open Stage, Heidi's Restaurant, 1987
A.1997.1.9 - Reviewing submissions for short story contest at Heidi's Restaurant (Phyllis Nakonechy, Bob Jamieson, Kate Thompson, Colleen McBean), 1987
A.1997.1.10 - Reviewing submissions for short story contest at Heidi's Restaurant (Phyllis Nakonechy, Bob Jamieson, Kate Thompson, Colleen McBean), 1987
A.1997.1.11 - Reviewing submissions for short story contest at Heidi's Restaurant (Phyllis Nakonechy, Bob Jamieson, Kate Thompson, Colleen McBean), 1987

Shortgrass Writers Guild

Swift Current Music Festival Association

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Music Festival Association, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
.1- 1985 – 1986 Music Festival minutes/ accounting (14 pages)
.2- 1990 – 1991 Music Festival information (17 pages)
.3- scrapbook meetings, notes / Music Festival minutes, 1933 – 1986

Swift Current Music Festival Association

Swift Current Sun

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Sun, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

1: “Director’s Report”, signed by Moore and Marshall (1 pg), re: purchasing of the area of the Charles Reid store where the newspaper is printed over the course of 11 years, 1917

2: “Memorandum of Association" and "Articles of Association" of the Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., with list of share owners (3 pg), November 11 1905

3: shareholders resolution re: abilities of the directors of the company (1 pg), November 25 1931

4: shareholders resolution re: borrowing money from Charles Reid (1 pg), November 26 1931

5: shareholders resolution re: borrowing money from Charles Reid (1 pg), May 9 1938

6: correspondence from R.T. Graham & Co. (Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries), Graham is sending several (notarized?) documents to The Sun with instructions to pass them onto Begg & Hayes (lawyers) (1 pg), December 1 1931

7: shareholders resolution that includes a waiver by shareholders of notice of the time and place of a general meeting, and permission to borrow money form Charles Reid (1 pg), December 1 1931 (this letter was referenced in item #6)

8: shareholders resolution re: borrowing money from Charles Reid (1 pg), December 2 1931

9: correspondence from W.W. Cooper, re: share certificates (1 pg), October 25 1915

10: list of shareholders (1 pg), October 24 1910

11: indenture of lease between Charles Reid and Sam Moore, November 23 1911

12: declaration signed by Charles Marshall, re: transfer of shares to Edgar Burke, March 19 1935

13: declaration signed by Edgar Burke, re: transfer of shares to Mahlon Hutchinson, James Greenblat and Robert Moore, March 20 1935

14: certificate for one share of The Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., originally issued to John McNulty May 11 1912, transferred to Charles Marshall, May 21 1917

15: certificate for ten shares of The Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., originally issued to John McNulty January 22 1913, transferred to Charles Marshall, May 21 1917

16: cancelled certificate for 20 shares of The Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., originally issued to W.M. Yates, November 1 1906, transferred to Charles Reid November 17 1906 (see attached letter)

17: cancelled certificate for 1215 shares of The Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., originally issued to S.R. Moore, November 8 1913

18: cancelled certificate for 135 shares of The Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., originally issued to S.R. Moore, November 8 1913

19: cancelled certificate for 30 shares of The Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., originally issued to Charles Reid, November 1 1906

20: canceled certificate for 14 shares of The Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., originally issued to Mahlon Hutchinson, May 15 1920, transferred to Margaret Isabella McDonald May 15 1920, attached documents re: transfer of shares from Margaret Isabella McDonald to S.R. Moore, July 8 and October 3 1929

21: "Increase of Capital of a Company", notification that The Sun Printing and Publishing Company Ltd. has increased its capital from 2500 to 15 000, June 2 1914

Swift Current Sun

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