This fonds consists of seven scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, cards, letters, memorabilia and photographs of many topics including family, antiques, the auction business, and British royalty compiled by Laurie Drackett and his second wife Hazel Drackett. There are two posters advertising auction sales and one listing an implement dealers competition, as well as a sheet of blank letterhead and an envelope.
Several original copies of the newspaper have been transferred to the Moose Jaw Public Library newspaper holdings. The balance consists of some copies, reprints and loose items that accompanied the papers.
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 focuses on the initial proposals for courses relating to women’s studies at the University of Saskatchewan, leading eventually to the development of the department of Women’s and Gender Studies. The organization reflects the description of materials provided by the donor.
a. Memo of the Proceedings of the Imperial Conference held in London in the summer of 1921. These notes are not to be regarded as a carefully prepared summary of these proceedings. They merely record salient statements and happenings of the Conference. b. Diary kept by Mr. John W. Dafoe who accompanied the Prime Minister and the Canadian Delegation to the Imperial Conference of 1923.
Fonds consists of promotional materials relating to Corner Gas including a mug, a hat, a shirt, DVDs, scripts, a signed photograph of the cast, press materials, postcards, Christmas cards, and correspondence.
This fonds consists primarily of internal policy and procedures documents for the USSU LGBTA Centre and listings of sexual and gender diversity-themed literature. The fonds also includes a small collection of pamphlets and posters created by the Centre.
University of Saskatchewan Students' Union. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally Centre
This fonds documents the literary and musical activities of John Hicks. It includes extensive incoming and outgoing correspondence with writers, publishers, editors, friends and colleagues, as well as a large quantity of unpublished poetry and prose.