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Big Muddy NWMP Post

Photograph of the old Big Muddy North West Mounted Police (NWMP) post (1902-1917). Building originally built by James Marshall, then traded to the Mounties for a larger barracks located across the road (information supplied by Mrs. Sali of Moose Jaw, grand-daughter of James Marshall.

Drills in front of old Victoria school

The old Victoria school was taken in the spring of 1900, just after the school was built and shows Constable Junget. N.W.M.P. drilling the boys.
The smart boy on the right of the first section will easily recognized as Charlie Bull, prominent Yorkton farmer who if asked might easily give names of the other boys, who would if living be now men of from 55 to 60 years of age.

Inspector William A. Cunning and sons

Studio portrait of William A. Cunning and his sons, all of whom served in the First World War. The photo was signed by Edward, Prince of Wales, on his 1919 tour. Left to right: Walter A. Cunning; Leonard F. Cunning, Back: Inspector W.A. Cunning. Front: Inspector Cecil A. Cunning; N. Howard Cunning.

Official Programme - Home Guard Patriotic Day (Aug 12, 1915)

Program for Home Guard celebration/fund-raiser on Aug.12, 1915. It involved a parade, starting at the Armory, a march past the Lt-Gov, games a musical ride by the Royal Northwest Mounted Police (RNWMP) and entertainment and dance in the Auditorium.

Home Guard