This fonds contains documents regarding the operation of the Moose Jaw Cardiaction Support Group from February 11, 1999 to March 1, 2017, shortly after the group’s disbandment. The fonds is divided into several series that outline its various functions and activities: Minutes, Communications, Membership, Correspondences, Forms, Recipes, Jokes, and Photographs.
This fonds contains the activities of the Kiwanis Club of Moose Jaw during its existence. The fonds is divided into 15 series: reports, minutes, membership, constitution and by-laws, administration, correspondence, distributables, activities and events, finances, ephemera, scrapbooks and news clippings, certificates, awards, and plaques, photographs, sound recordings, and artifacts.
This fonds contains records created and acquired by Leith Knight. These are divided into the series drafts, research, newspaper articles, calendars, correspondences, family letters, bird watching, obituaries, other activities, photographs, and artifacts.
This fonds reflects the historical research and writing conducted by Richard Dowson. Dowson has completed extensive research on Moose Jaw during WWII. It includes writings on George William ‘Bill’ Ward, a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force, and the history of Moose Jaw residents in relation to the sinking of the Line Athenia. It also includes the history of the Moose Jaw Dam-buster Airmen, Sergeant-Pilot Kenneth Brown and Pilot Officer Robert Alexander Urquhart.
This collection reflects the historical research conducted by Ken Bradley in preparation for his book entitled Out of bounds: a century of golf in Moose Jaw. The research includes print outs and photocopies of newspaper articles, primarily from the Moose Jaw Time Herald, about golf in Moose Jaw from 1900-2008. It also includes summaries written by Bradley of golf happenings in the area.
This fonds contains four series: Institutional Documents, Financial Records, Memorabilia and Correspondence. It includes the choir’s constitution, meeting minutes, reports, financial records, keepsakes and letters. This material covers the breadth of the choir’s transactions.
This fonds contains 11 books and one questionnaire covering various subjects of Freemasonry and Freemasonry in Saskatchewan, such as its constitution and history. The books have writing pertaining to their donation, dedication, and ownership on the inside of the front covers.
This fonds contains a completed copy of Allan’s master’s thesis entitled A Populist in Municipal and Provincial Politics: John Wesley Corman as well as some of his research used for writing the thesis. The research papers include copies of newspapers, articles, photographs and an audiocassette pertaining to John Wesley Corman. The research papers are heavily annotated.
This fonds contains material that reflects the activity of the Army and Navy Department Store in Moose Jaw. It contains store flyers, catalogues, and photographs. It also contains the funeral service program for Garth Curtis Kennedy, who was employed by the organization for 52 years. During his career he served as President, CEO and Chairman of the Board.
This fonds consists of the business and activities of the Welcome Wagon Newcomers Alumni Club. Included are the constitution and by-laws, membership lists, agendas and minutes of meetings, and planning lists for activities. There are two coil bound scrapbooks of photographs, cards, and newspaper clippings of Club activities. There are two editions of Welcome Wagon International Handbook and By-Laws.
This fond consists of various photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, advertising and histories relating to the Joyner family and Joyner’s Department Store in Moose Jaw. It does not include business records of the store other than some advertising materials.
This fonds consists of four series. Included is a copy of the constitution, membership lists, treasurers records, correspondence, schedules and reports of field trips and other activities. There is a scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, 3 photographs and some programs of activities of the Moose Jaw Natural History Society from 1957 to 1977, an album of nature photography that was presented to the Moose Jaw Public Library in 1982 to commemorate Moose Jaw’s 100th anniversary, and a file of newspaper clippings. This fonds also includes slides, some sets with scripts. Other slides are of nature and wildlife taken by members on field trips. There are copies of constitutions from three other Saskatchewan cities, a few newsletters from other Natural History Societies and four copies of “The Blue Jay Magazine”.
This fonds is composed of three series. Included is a mission statement, rules and regulations for medical staff, an invitation to a Nursing School graduation and a program from a fund-raising event. There is material related to the building service employees. The second series is a compilation of hospital assets and inventory of equipment, some with descriptions and instructions. The third series consists of blueprints, drawings, specifications and correspondence pertaining to construction of the Providence Hospital in 1917 and all the additions and renovations made to the facility over the years.