Image of the Administration Building at Fort San. An accompanying letter identifies the postcards as belonging to an unnamed Aunt who was a patient at the San between 1941-1943. The letter says "her photo album shows a group of girls laughing and having a good time, she said they never talked of dying, just about what they would do when they were discharged."
Captioned "A Progressive Report of a Research carried out through the co-operation of the National Research Council, The Department of Indian Affairs, and The Saskatchewan Anti-Tuberculosis League under the direction of The Committee on Tuberculosis of The National Research Council.
Captioned "The purpose of the research undertaken at Fort Qu’Appelle is to determine the various factors of importance in the epidemic of tuberculosis among the Indians [Indigenous Peoples] of the Western Plains; to determine the nature of the germ causing this epidemic, whether bovine or human, or both; also to ascertain what practical preventive measures could be instituted which would reduce the frequency of the disease and the mortality from the same; furthermore, if advisable, to institute prophylactic vaccination against tuberculosis"
Captioned "It would now seem opportune to summarize the progress of this research to date as well as to report on the work we are now engaged in, so that you may view with perspective both present and future undertakings"