The Elks Club fonds consists of 11 series: Scrapbooks and Clippings, Financial Records, Legal Documents, Meetings and Conferences, Publications, Correspondence, Membership, Events, Rules and Regulations, History of the Lodge and Lodge Renovations. This fonds also contains some material from the Elks Club auxiliary group, The Order of the Royal Purple.
The Agnes (Frejd) Richards fonds consists of 34 cm of textual records. This includes 16 textbooks brought from Ontario to assist Mrs. Richards in her classroom. The textbooks cover a variety of subjects, such as poetry, composition, history, nature study, and arithmetic.
This fonds contains the records of the Brotherhood of the Railroad Trainmen at Moose Jaw Lodge #34. It consists of financial ledgers, attendance registers and minute books from 1889-1952. Many of the minute books include member lists, attendance records and election results.
This fonds contains two meeting minutes books for the Times-Herald Chapel from 1935 to 1975. The minutes books also contain notes requesting that meetings take place, and a letter indicating to a particular employee that further lateness will result in termination.
This fonds consists of six series comprising the business, activities, and history of the Moose Jaw Agricultural Society from its beginning in 1884 to its disbanding in 1992. It contains minutes, financial papers, reports and publicity. There are photographs of persons and events over the years, as well as photographs and slides of the 100th anniversary celebrations held in 1984. There is information from and about the several affiliate organizations of the Moose Jaw Agricultural Society.
This fonds reflects the activities of the Cosmo Drama Club. It is comprised of three series: general business records, scrapbooks, and skits and workshops. It includes financial records, such as receipts and account balances, meeting minutes, memorabilia, skit scripts and an audiocassette of a workshop.
This fonds contains correspondence between C.S. McLean and Ross Thatcher in 1957. Mrs. C.S. McLean sent a letter of thanks regarding Thatcher’s remarks at a recent debate. Thatcher responded to the letter with appreciation for her remarks.
This fonds contains a minute book of meetings of trustees and ratepayers, daily registers for attendance at the Blofield School No. 1307, an inventory of the land and the school building, correspondence from the secretary treasurer of the Blofield School District as well as notes from a meeting of the School Board.
This collection contains 26 copies of The Collegiate Outlook from 1906-1914. The Collegiate Outlook was a school magazine published from November to March by the Literary Society of the Moose Jaw High School. It contains essays and jokes written by students, as well as meeting minutes of the Literary Society. These issues were mailed to Mrs. Roy E. Campbell in Regina, although the name Beatrice Watson is signed on many copies of the magazine. The editors of the volumes are: Vol. 3 - Editor: A. W Keith, Vol. 4 – Editor-in-chief: R. J. Dickson, Vol. 5 – Editor-in-chief: G. B. Stillwell, Vol. 6 – Editor-in-chief: G. B. Stillwell, Vol. 7 – Editor-in-chief: A. H. Gibbard, Vol. 8 – Editor-in-chief: G. B. Stillwell, Vol. 9 – Editor-in-chief: G. B. Stillwell, and Vol. 10 – Editor-in-chief: Geo. S. Johnson.
This fonds contains three photographs of Archibald Piper at three stages of his life: during training in Calgary for the First World War, as a Sergeant in A Squadron on the 13th Regiment Canadian Mounted Rifles (though captioned as “O.M.R.”), and as a merchant of Massey-Harris farm implements. Also included is one photograph of men delivering grain to grain elevators in Tuxford, Saskatchewan.
This fonds contains 200 b&w printed photographs of various buildings, streets, and people of Moose Jaw from its inception to the late 20th century. Most photographs are accompanied by a filename above the photograph.
This fonds contains an inventory of heritage buildings in Moose Jaw completed by the Heritage Conservation Division of the Saskatchewan Culture and Recreation. Sites include those on Main Street, and northwest, northeast, central, and southern sections of Moose Jaw. Also included are sites outside of Moose Jaw.
Saskatchewan Culture and Recreation Heritage Conservation Division