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Carol Stewart fonds

  • SCM-RG-0003
  • Fonds
  • ? - 2009-09-23

The fonds, related to the Harry and Maria Stewart, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum. Records include files from Harry and Maria Stewart's life and the Swift Current Junior Band.

Stewart, Maria

City of Swift Current fonds

  • SCM-RG-0001
  • Fonds
  • 1883-01-01 - ?

The fonds, related to the City of Swift Current, was acquired by the source during its lifetime. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum. Records includes operating records related to the workings of the municipality.

City of Swift Current

Herb Butz fonds

  • SCM-RG-0007
  • Fonds
  • ? - 2003-10-14

The fonds, related to James Borthwick and the Elmwood Golf and Country Club, was accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

Borthwick, Jim

Joseph Young fonds

  • SCM-RG-0050
  • Fonds
  • ? - 2007-11-27

The fonds, related to Joseph Young, were created by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
-Joseph Young interview

Young, Joseph H

Kiwanis Club of Swift Current fonds

  • SCM-RG-0010
  • Fonds
  • 1921

The fonds, related to the Kiwanis Club of Swift Current, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described.

Kiwanis Club of Swift Current

Margaret Wright fonds

  • SCM-RG-0012
  • Fonds
  • ? - 1998-05-15

The fonds, related to Louise Rosenbury and the Wright Museum, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described.

Rosenbury, Louise

Robert C Dahl fonds

  • SCM-RG-0015
  • Fonds
  • ? - 1999-11-10

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Amusement Company and the Swift Current Bottling Works, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described.

Swift Current Amusement Company

Swift Current Centennial Committee fonds

  • SCM-RG-0076
  • Fonds
  • ? - 1999-11-05

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Centennial Committee, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
Box 1:
-folder #1, Jubilee Action File: financial statements; letters, Minister of Agriculture, 1965; Sask. Diamond Jubilee and Canada Centennial Corporation memo, minutes; newsletter – “Pion-era”; various letters; Employee Tax Deduction Declaration, flyer, Tamburitzans from Durquesne University; SC Jubilee Association Executive Members; various minutes and letters re: Civic Centre building; Interim Report on Jubilee Activities; program for Festival of the Arts, 1964; Jubilee Square Dance Special, 1964

-folder #2, 1967 Budget and Accounts: budget, 1967; minutes, November 1966; Centennial calendar of events, 1967; SC Jubilee Association; correspondence re: budget, donations, banking for SC Centennial Committee; correspondence, order forms, receipts, re: Dress Crest Embroidery Co.; correspondence, receipts, etc. for Centennial

-folder #3, City Golden Jubilee 1964: insurance documents from W.W. Smith Agencies; correspondence re: Frontier Days, 1964; correspondence re: City Golden Jubilee Committee; paper entitled "Community Centres" by Heron, Superintendent of Parks and Recreation in Weyburn, 1964; Jubilee coins; correspondence re: proposed Civic Centre; Mavor Moore productions; brochure for SC's 50th Anniversary, March 15 1964; Government of Saskatchewan Department of Industry re: matching grant for auditoriums; poster, “Fathers of Confederation”; copies of the newsletter Jubilee-Centennial Notebook, November 1964; brochure, "Our Canadian Heritage"; architectural plans for proposed Civic Centre (Ramsay & Ramsay)

-folder #4, Swift Current Jubilee Committee (Building and Sight [Site]): correspondence with architects re:proposed SC Civic Centre; minutes, 1964; memo from James Richardsons and Sons, investors; “Code for the Conduct of Architectural Competitions"; minutes, SC Jubilee Association, 1964; minutes, Building and Sites Committee, 1964; 1964 Program Committee budget and chart of responsibilities; brochure encouraging the community to invest in the proposed Civic Centre; list of local businesses, 1964; booklet published by Saskatchewan Association of Architects; booklet, AESL (Association of Engineering Services Ltd.) consulting engineer

-folder #5, 1967 Civic Centre Opening Week: financial statement for opening week activities, various receipts; correspondence re: opening activities (speaker, building, etc.); advertising copy; letter from Minister J.W. Gardnier; letter from Lieutenant Governor's office; Jack Smith, Chairman of Jubilee Association, correspondence; list of business donors; letter re: Canada Mysore project; correspondence re: opening of the Civic Centre, invitations, etc.; “Sign and Support dimensions"; guest invitations for Civic Centre dinner; meeting re: Long Lance Vacation Trail; letter from House of Commons re: invitation to dinner; list of hockey guests; letter from the Legislative Assembly (E.I. Wood) re: invitation to dinner

-folder #6, Youth Conference: correspondence, 1965; correspondence with Department of Education; correspondence and agenda for a conference in Regina; Jubilee Youth Conference in SC; pre-registration; evaluation for Regina Jubilee Youth Conference; organizational diagram of Jubilee Association

-folder #7, Pony Express: tentative itinerary for Pony Express Ride for Expo'67, 1967; news release, correspondence, 1967; list of organizations; letter to Mayor R.C. Dahl

-folder #8, Gala Night: news release, 1967; correspondence re: auditions and preparations for "Gala Night Revue" at O.M. Irwin School; “Gala Night Revue” flyer

-folder #9, Inter-Faith: news release for Centennial inter-faith Sundays, 1967; correspondence re: ministerial representation on Centennial Committee, correspondence re: essay contest

-folder #10, Month O' Dancing, June 12 - July 15 [1967]: general itinerary; square dance bulletin; correspondence

-folder #11, Red Knight: re: Red Knight performance, armed forces aerobatic performer, June 1, 1967

-folder #12, Centennial Pins: correspondence re: ordering, buying pins

-folder #13, Centennial Favours, Flags, etc.: brochure from lapel pin company; flyer for booklet “Sir John A. MacDonald”; The National Decoration of Canada; Sask Centennial Corporation, Centennial Aids Catalogue, various souvenir brochures flyers (flags, pins, plaques, etc.)

-folder #14, Motorcycle Display Team: correspondence re: performance by Canadian Armed Forces Motorcycle Display Team, 1967; “The Canadian Armed Forces Motorcycle Display Team Instructions For Completion of Performance Site"; Itinerary for Saskatchewan; Department of National Defense, Distribution List

-folder #15, Vacation Trail: miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda re: Long Lance Vacation Trail Program; map of Long Lance Vacation Trail 6; minutes and agendas, 1967; pamphlet, Vacation trail 2; excerpts from Kiwanis Club May 1964 article 'How To Lure the Tourist'; memoranda to members of the Long Lance Vacation Trail #6, from Paul Hack or Jack Smith

-folder #16, Youth Travel: miscellaneous correspondence re: student letters; miscellaneous correspondence re:Department of Education; travel tour of Swift Current; Youth Travel Project 1965, 1966; Centennial Association, Student Movement Week; information for Local Jubilee and Centennial committee; 1967 Youth Travel Program Report, Saskatchewan Department of Education; billet information; program itinerary, 1967; information about visiting youth; 1967 Frontier Days program; correspondence re: students visiting SC from North Vancouver; Lions Club donations; booklet, Saskatchewan Jubilee Book list; 1966 Youth Travel Program Report; itinerary, 1966; correspondence re: Youth Travel Program; list of hosts and guest students; letter to billets; correspondence re: students visiting SC from Rouyn, Quebec

-folder #17, 1967 Centennial Committee: newspaper, SC Sun, Dec. 6, 1963 (3 copies); booklet, Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee and Canada Centennial Corporation report; news release, Confederation Train; events during Centennial Civic Centre opening, January 1967; correspondence re: Jubilee and Centennial celebrations; “Pony Express Official Certificate”; miscellaneous correspondence re: Saskatchewan Centennial Corporation letters, various news releases; Mysore Fund; Centennial Commission, “Helicopter Canada”; booklet, 1967 Community Improvement Saskatchewan Conference; Sunset Ceremony at SC, 1967; program for Centennial Ceremonial Inspection of Cadet Corps; Centennial Happenings in SC; Centennial Calendar of Events; Official Opening of Centennial Civic Centre; Leighten Ford SC Crusade; Neptune Theatre; Centennial Trail Ride, Regina to Saskatoon Pion-Era; Centenary Music Festival at Yorkton; letter, Bonnie Bluebells Pipe Band Association, Saskatoon; SC Jubilee Association memoranda and correspondence; Canadian Citizenship Program; Centennial Commission bulletin, January, February 1967; program for funeral service of Herman Stanley Haw; acquisition of Centennial decoration, promotional material, supplies, etc.; certificate of Canadian citizenship; brochure for Har-o-Pat Farm; Provincial Centennial Programs; National Centennial Programming; SC Centennial Committee meeting minutes; program from Le Manitoba Theater Centre, Le Festival du Canada en Tournée -“Le Théatre”; program from Neptune Theatre; minutes, Provincial Liaison meeting, 1966; "News from your Centennial Committee"; newsletter, Saskatchewan Centennial Notebook, August 1966; correspondence re: Swift Current Jubilee Association

-folder #18, untitled: SC Jubilee Association Executive Members; correspondence; list of visiting and host students for Centennial Youth Travel Tour; students visiting SC from New Brunswick, 1965; SC Agricultural and Exhibition Association Jubilee Activities committee; Founder's Day, July 3 1965; SC Jubilee Association financial statement; Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee and Canada Centennial Corporation; Festival of the Arts, financial statement, 1964; letter re: Centennial grants; brochure, invitation for community to invest in proposed Civic Centre

Box 2:
-folder #19, Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee and Canada Centennial Corporation [Lions/Eagles]: correspondence, 1965; Jubilee and Centennial newsletter; memoranda; news releases; calendar of events; "Gala Under the Starts Festival"; Centennial Youth Travel Project; Jubilee Drama Tour performance of Richard III; Jubilee Youth Conferences; meeting agenda; correspondence re: Jubilee-Centennial Citizen's Committee; regional conference agenda; structural organization, Local Jubilee-Centennial Citizens Committee; three primary functions of Local Jubilee-Centennial Committee; Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee and Canadian Centennial Corporation Province-Wide Projects; Saskatchewan Jubilee and Centennial Corporation plans, projects, grants

-folder #20, Swift Current Jubilee Ass'n Activities & General, 1964 [Lions/Eagles]: Prairie Schoolhouse Project; correspondence; representatives for Jubilee Association meeting, 1965; Festival of the Arts material, 1964; letter, Royal Winnipeg Ballet; guest register, Jubilee Tea, OM Irwin Collegiate 1964; correspondence re: Chamber of Commerce; Frontier Days ribbon, square dance program, poster invitation to opening of Thoreson Memorial Museum; list of flowers for Jubilee garden; SC Jubilee Association Incorporation; minutes, Festival of the Arts Committee meeting; correspondence re: vote on proposed Civic Centre; program, SC Royal Canadian Legion Jubilee Dinner, 1964; suggested list of possible projects to sponsor; receipts; Interim report and Jubilee Activities, City of SC 50th Anniversary Jubilee events, correspondence; commemorative coins, brochures; Societies Act certificate for SC Jubilee Association, 1959; constitution and bylaws of the SC Jubilee Association; 1963 Annual Saskatchewan Festival of the Arts

-folder #21, Jack Smith Sportsman's Dinner [Lions/Eagles]: report on Annual Meeting of the SC Jubilee Association, 1966; correspondence re: Sportsmen's Dinner, invitations, receipts

-folder #22, Jubilee Ass'n Budget, Minutes and Record of Expenditures [Lions/Eagles]: minutes, SC Jubilee Association Executive and General meetings, 1964, 1965, 1966; "Movement In Arts Underway Conference Told; correspondence re: Pino-Era; financial reports

-folder #23, Formation of Jubilee Ass'n and Negotiations with City Council: program, Official Opening Centennial Civic Centre, January 23 1967; Long Lance No. 6 Vacation Trail agenda, memoranda, 1966; correspondence re: performing arts events, SK Arts Board, Civic Centre; “Suggested Budget For Provincial Committees”; receipts; booklet, “Report of Activities” SC Golden Jubilee, 1964; SC Jubilee Association report; list of representatives for Jubilee Association meeting, 1965; budget, 1965; minutes of general meeting, 1965; report re: Jubilee and Centennial Celebrations; Steering Committee report, 1963; correspondence re: appointment of the Golden Jubilee Celebration Committee, 1963; report on "Meeting of Representatives form various organizations for the purpose of organizing Golden Jubilee Celebrations Committee; minutes, meeting of proposed Jubilee Committee; correspondence with City of SC re: Golden Jubilee

-folder #24, untitled: SC Jubilee Association Executive Members; The Societies Act, 1959, Sect. 43 Annual Return, 1967; correspondence; minutes from Centennial Committee meetings, 1966, 1967; SC Jubilee Financial Statement, 1966; Centennial Committee budget, 1967; minutes, SC Jubilee Association, general and executive meetings, 1964, 1965, 1966; Chairman's Remarks; Prairie School House Project; Report of Building and Site Committee of SC Jubilee Association; Report of Finance Committee; various financial statements; SC Jubilee Association budget, 1964, 1965; “Report of Activities” SC Golden Jubilee, 1964; Final Report, 1964; Interim Report, Jubilee Activities; Organizational Structure chart

-folder #25, receipts and financial records, 1966 - 1967, re: SC Centennial Committee and SC Jubilee Association

-folder #26, Jubilee Committee: correspondence with City of SC, 1966; "Gala Night Revue" at OM Irwin Collegiate; opening of Turnhill School to commemorate Prairie school houses; invitation to Diamond Jubilee Dinner; miscellaneous correspondence re: Jubilee-Centennial Committees; financial statement, 1964; Subscription Undertaking form for the Centennial Civic Centre; program, SC Square Dance Jubilee Special; estimates of construction costs for Civic Centre; SC Jubilee Association budget, "Projects which may be carried out at a relatively small cost"; Organizational Structure chart

-folder #27, untitled: Jubilee and Centennial newsletters; newsletter, Jubilee – Centennial Notebook February to December 1964; memoranda and correspondence re: SC Jubilee Association, and Jubilee-Centennial Citizen's Committees, 1965; 1965 “Calendar of Events” for Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee; flyers for various displays, manufacturers, rentals; "Preparing a Local History"; "Community Beautification" program

-folder #28, untitled: brochure, SC Centennial Civic Centre; program, Official Opening of the Centennial Civic Centre; "Names of People Mentioned in Centennial Records; canvassers for Civic Centre; various lists of names; Centennial Happenings in SC, 1967; Festival of the Arts in SC 1964; SC Jubilee Association Executive Members; "Names Submitted For Individuals to be Presented with Bronze Medallions"; minutes, Centennial Committee meeting, 1967; Representatives for SC Jubilee Association meeting, 1965; SC Jubilee Association budget, 1964; SC Centennial Committee budget, 1967; Annual Report of the SC Jubilee Association for 1966; “Report of Activities” SC Golden Jubilee, 1964; payroll deductions, 1964; financial records for SC Jubilee Association, money raised from local businesses in support of Civic Centre

-folder #29, Jubilee Committee Jack Smith: pamphlets, Sunset Ceremony, throughout Saskatchewan, 1967; correspondence with Province of Saskatchewan Department of Education re: Youth Travel Program, Young Voyageur Program; letter, Community Planning Association of Canada; newsletter, Saskatchewan Planning News; news releases and correspondence re: Centennial and Jubilees; promotion for “Fathers of Confederation” painting; Swift Current Centennial Committee, horseshoe tournament; Saskatchewan Centennial Square Dance bulletin, 1967; Christmas card with a photograph of an old car from 1913; clipping: “Long Lance Vacation Trail 6”; booklet, Swift Current Golden Jubilee "Report of Activities"; Annual Report of the SC Jubilee Association for 1966 (2 copies)

-folder #30, Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee 1965 // Canada Centennial 1967: newsletters, Jubilee-Centennial Notebook; invitation to Swift Current Agricultural Exhibition Association Frontier Days, celebrating the Diamond Jubilee, Founder's Day; Diamond Jubilee place mat; Regina Jubilee Youth Conference evaluation, 1965; Regina Youth Conference schedule; report, Jubilee Youth Conferences, 1965

-folder #31, envelope: Swift Current Centennial Committee, budget, 1967; Appendix B – National Centennial Programs, 1966; Appendix C – Provincial Centennial Programs, 1966; Centennial Calendar of Events, 1967

booklet, "Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee & Canada Centennial Corporation Interim Report, 1965"

Swift Current Centennial Committee

Swift Current Multicultural Council fonds

  • SCM-RG-0077
  • Fonds
  • ? - 1997-05-25

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Multicultural Council, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
Series 1: Albums and photographs
Dates: ca. 1977 - ca. 1995
Extent: 835 photos. --21 volumes containing newspaper clippings, photos, etc. --1 folder. --5 envelopes
Scope and content: series contains mostly albums containing predominately photographs and newspaper clippings that documents the activities of the SCMC from ca. 1977 to ca. 1995.

Box 1. Volume 1: album, 1987-1988, mainly clipping and photographs.

  1. 1988 Board of Directors: Stephanie Fielding, Susan Kent, Diana Ciona, Barb Dedi, Vesta Broste, Peter Beskowiney, George Kushner, Bix Biederbeck
    2-4. individuals at a "Formulating Goals & Objectives" workshop, January 13 1988
  2. "Performers Workshop", January 23 1988, Betty McDougall, George Kushner, Twyla Kluk, Taralee Wotypka, Carol Gay Bell, John Poettcker, Stephanie Fielding
  3. individuals at "Performers Workshop", January 23 1988
  4. Maureen Parsons and Pete Godfrey at a workshop, February 15 1988
    8-12. Bix Biederbeck, George Kusher and Boh Ciona with winners of an essay contest, Allison McDougall, Melissa Cameron, Sonya Sharma, and Ryan McDougall
    9-22. individuals at a Bread Making and Wheat Weaving workshop, March 1988
    23-26. wine and cheese party for all council members, March 18 1988
  5. The Tipperary Band at the 1988 Folkorama Festival
  6. The Concordia Alpine Tanzers at the 1988 Folkorama Festival
  7. folk performers at the 1988 Folkorama Festival
    30-31. Individuals planning Folkorama 1988
  8. unidentified woman speaking at Folkorama 1988
  9. alderman Stan Horner speaking at Folkorama 1988
  10. unidentified woman (Bobbie?) speaking at Folkorama 1988
  11. Geoff Wilson speaking at Folkorama 1988
  12. individuals at Folkorama 1988
  13. George Kushner speaking at Folkorama 1988
    38-45. individuals performing at Folkorama 1988
  14. spectators at Folkorama 1988
  15. men cutting a log at Folkorama 1988
  16. spectators at Folkorama 1988
  17. Aboriginal Dancer at Folkorama 1988
  18. spectators at Folkorama 1988
  19. two unidentified women in a house
  20. Irish performers at Folkorama 1988
    53-59. individuals at a party, inc. George Kushner and Bix Biederbeck

Box 1. Volume 2: album, June to November 1988, mainly clippings and photographs
60-63. Organizing meeting of the German group, June 14 1988

  1. women at a Folk Art workshop, July 1988, Winona Hanover, Kay Godenin, Alvera Caswell, Jane McIntyre, and Stephanie Fielding
  2. Scottish dancers
    66-67. some individuals at a table displaying bread and wheat, inc. Diana Ciona
    68-71. individuals at a Heritage Language Workshop, inc. Bix Beiderbeck
    72-78. individuals at a workshop in Begg School
    79-83. individuals at a Ukrainian Dancing workshop in the Begg School auditorium
    84-85. individuals in the school library at Begg School, inc. Diana Ciona

Box 1. Volume 3: album, May - September 1989, mainly clippings and photographs
86-95. folk dancers performing at Folkorama 1989, May 14 1989
96-98. Regina Canadian Chinese Dancers at Folkorama 1989
99-103. Chaban Ukrainian Dancers at Folkorama 1989
104-115. folk dancers performing at Folkorama 1989

  1. Folkorama 1989, good view of the venue and the crowd
    117-119. Multicultural Day meeting with Paul Rezanzoff
  2. Master of Ceremonies Babe Nichol
  3. piper Grant McCrie
    122-123. Green Braes Highland Dancers
    124-125. Alex Weinbender from Morse playing the accordion and xylophone
  4. Marcel Lavediere playing the guitar
  5. Green Braes Highland Dancers
    128-131. Suslik Ukrainian Dancers

Box 1. Volume 4: album, December 1988 - May 1989, mainly clippings and photographs

  1. members of the council, inc. Pete Godfrey and George Kushner
    133-134. painted Ukrainian Easter egg
  2. Bix Beiderbeck at a Community Development Luncheon, March 1989
  3. Betty McDougall at a Community Development Luncheon, March 1989
  4. Marge Nainaar at a Community Development Luncheon, March 1989
  5. Gord Zakreski at a Community Development Luncheon, March 1989
  6. Dr. Bill Prentice at a Community Development Luncheon, March 1989
  7. Mayor Len Stein signing a proclamation for the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Len Stein, George Kushner, Susan Majeran, and Barb Dedi
    141-146. Lifestyles Show in Regina, April 1989
  8. George Kushner shaking the hand of an unidentified woman
    148-151. Folkorama 1989 venue
  9. individuals in folk costumes for Folkorama 1989
  10. Dancers at Folkorama 1989
    154-159. individuals speaking at Folkorama 1989
    160-173. various display tables at Folkorama 1989
    174-179. performers at Folkorama 1989

Box 1. Volume 5: album, September 1992 - September 1993, all newspaper clippings re: SCMC people and events

Box 1. Volume 6: album, 1991 - 1993, mainly clippings and photographs
180-182. International Tea at the SC Mall, 1991, inc. Diana Ciona

  1. Business After Hours, May 1991
    184-193. Volunteer Appreciation party, June 1991
    194-195. staff orientation, December 1991
  2. Elimination of Racial Discrimination Day, SC Mall, March 21 1992
    197-219. National Citizenship Week opening ceremonies, Wheatland Mall, April 1992, inc. Mayor Len Stein, RCMP officers, school children, a school band
    220-228. National Citizenship Week displays, Wheatland Mall, April 1992,
    229-238. National Citizenship Week luncheon at Boston Pizza, April 1992
  3. Alf Bryan in Coles bookstore, holding up his book "I May Be Wrong But", April 1992
    240-244. National Citizenship Week South West Ukrainian Cultural Council bread making, April 1992
    245-247. Swift Current Multicultural Council display
    248-253. Citizenship Court Reception, May 28 1992
    254-256. new Canadian citizens on the steps of the Courthouse, May 28 1992
    257-268. general meeting and family potluck social, June 10 1992
    269-271. Canada Day celebration on Chinook Parkway, July 1 1992
    272-275. Robert Smith's farewell party, September 9 1992
  4. Art Wallman, citizen of the year, 1992
    277-286. Multicultural Mosaic event, October 29 1992
    287-289. Cultural Diversity Luncheon, November 19 1992
    290-291. Cultural Diversity program in a classroom, November 19 1993
    292-297. Annual General Meeting & Potluck Supper, November 20 1992
    298-303. Cultural Diversity event in a classroom, March 1993
    304-306. presentation with prose, poetry and poster winners in a school gym, March 16 1993
    307-309. commemorative medal presentation with Sylvia Fedoruk, March 22 1993
    310-313. International Tea & Bake Sale, March 17 1993
    314-317. Citizenship Court, April 14 1993
    318-329. individuals at a networking luncheon, April 14 1993

Box 1. Volume 7: album, October 1993 - April 1994, mostly newspaper clippings re: SCMC, people and events

Box 1. Volume 8: album, April 1994 - November 1994, mostly newspaper clippings re: SCMC, people and events

Box 1. Volume 9: album, January 1994 - June 1 1994, mostly newspaper clippings re: SCMC, people and events

Box 1. Volume 10: album, January 1 1995 - December 17 1995, mostly newspaper clippings re: SCMC, people and events

Box 1. Volume 11: album, January 22 1996 - June 18 1997, mostly newspaper clippings re: SCMC, people and events

(Box 2)

Box. 2. Volume 1: album, March 1985, mainly clippings and photographs
(signed by Stephanie Fielding on the inside front cover)

  1. unidentified man, perhaps Cy MacDonald, associated with SK Heritage '85
    331-332. adult education at the High School
    333-349. individuals at a Heritage Language Teachers Immersion Workshop, March 1985, in Saskatoon, captions contain some descriptions of activities
  2. Zia Afsar being presented with a certificate by Lucia Papini, at Heritage Language Teachers Immersion Workshop, March 1985, in Saskatoon
    351-354. individuals at a Heritage Language Teachers Immersion Workshop, March 1985, in Saskatoon, captions contain some descriptions of activities
  3. Dr. Tony Harras, chairperson for the Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages steering committee
  4. Jack Kehoe, Kathy Fielding Holdfast and Erica Cancino at a workshop
    357-366. individuals at a multicultural workshop at Elmwood Education Centre, with guest speaker Jack Kehoe

Box 2. Volume 2: October 1989 - March 1990, mainly clippings and photographs
367-368. Muff Jensen giving a presentation on a trip to the Far East, October 4 1989

  1. new Canadian Rajesh Khosla and a judge shaking hands in citizenship court, October 1989
    370-374. Citizenship Court, October 25 1989
  2. Nominations Chair Cathy Kettler at a SCMC annual meeting, January 19 1990
  3. Incoming Presient Barb Dedi at a SCMC annual meeting, January 19 1990
  4. George Kusher and Bard Dedi at a SCMC annual meeting, January 19 1990
  5. SCMC executive and coordinator, 1990, Steohanie Fielding, Cathy Kettler, Peter Beskowiney, Olga Hall, Babe Nichol, Betty McDougall, George Kushner, Barb Dedi, Rajesh Khosia and Muff Jensen
  6. Greek display in Swift Current Mall, International Tea, March 1990
  7. Ukrainian Easter Egg painting demonstration in Swift Current Mall, with George Kushner, International Tea, March 1990
    381-382. Ukrainian dancing demonstration in Swift Current Mall, International Tea, March 1990
    383-385. Newsletter workshop, inc. Pete Godfrey

Box 2. Volume 3: album, April 1990 - April 1991, mainly clippings and photographs

  1. Stephanie Fielding and Babe Nichol at an After Hours display
    387-395. SCMC Executive Meeting, April 28 1990, inc. Bix Beiderbeck, Diana Ciona, George Kushner
    396-397. members of a Youth Group at SCMC Executive Meeting
  2. SCMC Executive Meeting participants, inc. Christine, Boh and Diana Ciona, George Kushner, Bix Beiderbeck, others
  3. two unidentified young men performing a Multicultural Rap at the SCMC Executive Meeting
  4. Ukrainian language class at the SCMC Executive Meeting
  5. Arabic language class at the SCMC Executive Meeting
  6. Suslik Ukrainian Dancers at the SCMC Executive Meeting
  7. Youth Group representatives at the SCMC Executive Meeting
    404-410. speakers at a SCMC General Meeting, May 2 1990 (?)
    411-413. diners at a SCMC General Meeting, May 2 1990 (?)
  8. three unidentified individuals in an office
  9. three unidentified individuals in an office
  10. Bob Mitchell and Boh Ciona at a SCMC Open House
  11. Gulf War panel speakers Sgt. Ron Ferguson, Rev. Duncan McLean, and Mohammad Afsar
    418-419. Secretary of State Bob Friedrich visiting SCMC
    420-434. International Tea in the Swift Current Mall, March 21 1991, inc. food, crafts, high school band, various displays, etc.

Box 2. Volume 4: album, April 22 1991 - August 31 1992, all newspaper clippings pertaining to SCMC events, people, etc.

Box 2. Volume 5: album, May 2 1994 - July 10 1994, all newspaper clippings pertaining to SCMC events, people, etc.

Box 3. Volume 1: scrapbook, "Swift Current Multicultural Council // Our Heritage", 1975-1979, mostly newspaper clippings pertaining to SCMC events

Box 3. Volume 2: album, 1977 - 1980, mainly clippings and photographs

  1. Kiwanis Green Braes Pipe Band, Folklorama 1980
  2. Chinese Quartet, Folklorama 1980
  3. Square Dancers, Folklorama 1980
  4. Choir, Folklorama 1980
  5. Choir, Folklorama 1980
    440-443. bagpipers, folk dancers, speaker at Folklorama 1980
    444-448. bagpipers, singers in folk costumes, crowd at Folklorama 1980
  6. individual playing a trumpet (?) at Folklorama 1980
    450-451. Norwegian, Scottish, French and Ukrainian tables at Folklorama 1980
    452-454. Chinese, Arabic, Mennonite, Norwegian and Scottish tables at Folklorama 1980
  7. a woman spinning on a spinning wheel at Folklorama 1980
  8. Scottish table at Folklorama 1980
  9. French and Ukrainian display at Folklorama 1980
  10. Scottish display at Folklorama 1980
  11. Indian display at Folklorama 1980
  12. Ukrainian (?) display at Folklorama 1980
    461-465. Norwegian, Indian and Square Dancing displays and dancing demonstrations at Folklorama 1980
  13. Greek display at Folklorama 1980
    467-470. Chinese, Indian, Greek and Square Dancing demonstrations at Folklorama 1980
    471-475. German, Greek and Scottish dance demonstration, a choir, Mayor Len Stein at Folklorama 1980
    476-480. Greek dancing demonstration and choir, two Indian children performing at Folklorama 1980
    481-485. Greek, Chinese and Indian dancing demonstrations, a young boy playing the trumpet, at Folklorama 1980
    486-489. calligraphy, Chinese and Greek dancing demonstrations at Folklorama 1980
    490-492. Chinese, Ukrainian (?), and Indian dancing demonstration at Folklorama 1980
    493-496. Greek and Indian dancing demonstration, a Chinese Quartet, and a choir at Folklorama 1980
  14. German dancing demonstration at Folklorama 1980
  15. a children's choir, all children are holding puppets
  16. two singers, Marcel Vigueras and Joyce Oleson, onstage at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  17. a children's choir, Les Gais Gravelbourgeius, performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  18. Old Time Fiddlers performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  19. Len Enns, emcee for Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  20. singer Joyce Oleson, performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  21. Ukrainian dancers performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  22. a Norwegian choir performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  23. Ukrainian dance troupe that performed at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  24. a choir performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  25. Scottish dancers performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  26. Ukrainian dancers performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  27. Ukrainian dancers performing at the Folk Festival in 1977, Kathy Fielding, Marilyn Mudry, Gail Kruger, Carol Wedharm, Connie Konanz
  28. Folk dancers performing at the Folk Festival in 1977
  29. Square Dancers performing at the Folk Festival in 1977
  30. singer Marcel Vigueras performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  31. children performing at Folk Festival'79 at the Comp High School
  32. Kiwanis Scottish Green Brae Band performing at the Folk Festival in 1977

Box 3. Volume 3: album, 1981, mainly clippings and photographs

  1. Len Enns, emcee at Folklorama'81
    517-518. two speakers at Folklorama'81
    519-520. Mass Choir at Folklorama;81
  2. Co-operative Pre-School French Immersion school choir at Folklorama'81
  3. St. Patrick School's grade 8 choir at Folklorama'81
  4. Ukrainian dancers performing at Folklorama'81
  5. Ukrainian (?) dancers performing at Folklorama'81
  6. Chilean dancers performing at Folklorama'81
  7. East Indian dancers performing at Folklorama'81
    527-528. Hellenic dancers performing at Folklorama'81
  8. Scottish dancers performing at Folklorama'81
  9. Square dancers performing at Folklorama'81
    531-532. Old Time Fiddlers performing at Folklorama'81
  10. Chilean singers performing at Folklorama'81
  11. Arabic dancer performing at Folklorama'81
    535-536. Norwegian singers performing at Folklorama'81
    537-538. individuals getting food at Folklorama'81
  12. French culture display at Folklorama'81
  13. Ukrainian culture display at Folklorama'81
  14. Chinese Society display at Folklorama'81
  15. Laotian culture display at Folklorama'81
  16. Old Time Fiddlers display at Folklorama'81
  17. Allied Arts Council display at Folklorama'81
  18. Arabic Cultural Association display at Folklorama'81
  19. audience at Folklorama'81
  20. Indian culture display at Folklorama'81
  21. Greek culture display at Folklorama'81
  22. Square Dancing display at Folklorama'81
    550-554. images from Moose Jaw Multicultural Council's Motif festival, 1981, inc. Ukrainian, Polish, Romanian tables
    555-556. Canada Day cake given to residents of Palliser Hospital by the SC School of Dance

Box 3. Volume 4: album, 1990 - 1993, mainly clippings and photographs

  1. International Tea in the SC Mall, Dorian Smith with St. George's society
  2. International Tea in the SC Mall, St. George's society table
  3. International Tea in the SC Mall, Raymond Yan at the SCMC display table
  4. International Tea in the SC Mall, tea gardens
  5. International Tea in the SC Mall, Ukrainian display table
  6. International Tea in the SC Mall, Labhu Parmar at an Indian food table
  7. International Tea in the SC Mall, Boh Ciona at a Ukrainian egg painting table
  8. International Tea in the SC Mall, Patti Gatzke at a Ukrainian display tabe
  9. essay winners at 4th Annual Networking Luncheon, Shelby Erne, Patti-Lynne Clerc and Scott Doidge, with Joan Smith, 1992
  10. Networking Luncheon, 1992
  11. International Tea in the SC Mall, Labhu Parmar at an Indian food table
  12. Dr. Torr and Stephanie Fielding at a Networking Luncheon, 1992
  13. Youth Group membership drive and social, SC library, 1990
  14. essay winner Scott Doidge at 4th Annual Networking Luncheon, 1992
  15. individuals at Citizenship Court, 1990
  16. Bob Mitchell (Secretary of State) receiving artwork upon his retirement from Stephanie Fielding, 'After the Storm' by Bernie Brown, at membership drive social
  17. Citizenship Court, 1990
  18. Citizenship Court, 1990, Zia Afsar, Linda Hosnung, Stephanie Fielding, and Raymond Yan
  19. Bob Mitchell being presented with a gift by Boh Ciona upon his retirement, membership drive, 1990
  20. Bob Mitchell (Secretary of State) receiving artwork upon his retirement from Stephanie Fielding, 'After the Storm' by Bernie Brown, at membership drive social, 1990
  21. Citizenship Court, 1990
  22. membership drive, 1990, Ukrainian welcome dance
    579-581. Citizenship Court, 1990
  23. Citizenship Court, 1990, Holly Sopeunyck, Mr. and Mrs. Koshla (new Canadians), Pat Smith MLA, Ray Koshla, Irene Curtain
  24. young people working on a Multicultural Mosaic project at the home of Sue Stepphun
  25. cake at Robert Smith's farewell party, September 1992
  26. young people working on a Multicultural Mosaic project at the home of Ragnhild Cory, October 1990
  27. young people working on a Multicultural Mosaic project at the home of Bix Beiderbeck
  28. two unidentified women at National Citizenship Week 1992
  29. SCMC's table at Canada Day, 1992
    589-591. SCMC's table at Canada Day, 1992 (3)
  30. cake at Robert Smith's farewell party, September 1992
  31. Joan Meyer National Award ceremony, 1992
  32. International Tea, March 17 1993
  33. Joan Meyer National Award ceremony, 1993
  34. International Tea, March 17 1993
  35. Cultural Diversity lesson in a classroom, Mr. Wang, 1993
  36. International Tea, March 17 1993
    599-600. Cultural Diversity lesson in a classroom, Mr. Wang, 1993
    601-606. Cultural Diversity lesson in a classroom, Mrs. Zanidean, 1993
    607-611. SCMC Christmas display, 1992
    612-615. young people participating in the Multicultural Mosaic project, October 1992
    616-617. Cultural Diversity lesson in a classroom, November 1992
  37. SCMC A.G.M., November 1992
  38. Cultural Diversity lesson in a classroom, November 1992
  39. SCMC A.G.M., November 1992
  40. Cultural Diversity lesson in a classroom, November 1992

Box 3. Volume 5: album, 1982 - 1985, mainly clippings and photographs

  1. a young man looking at a French display table, 1982, Folklorama'82
  2. Jim Ginter in a store, along with a Chinese family, sign reads "Multiculturalism Is People"
  3. Folk dancers performing on a dance floor at a dinner
  4. four unidentified individuals dancing, unsure of the location
  5. Ukrainian dancing at the SCMC AGM, 1981
  6. Ukrainian dancing at the SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  7. Scottish Green Braes display table at the SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  8. Folk Dancing at the SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  9. Caribbean dancers at an unidentified location
    631-633. Canadian Heritage Festival, Manitoba, 1982
  10. Folk Dancing (Greek?) at the SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  11. Greek table display at the SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  12. individuals at a banquet
  13. Scottish Dancing at the SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  14. Folk Dancing at an unidentified location
  15. panel at the Godfrey Dean Centre in Yorkton, Stephanie Fielding, Marguerite Gallaway, Tony Harras, Jane Turnbull, M. Kreluik. June 5 1982
  16. Canadian Heritage Festival, 1980, Ukrainian Dancers from Saskatchewan
  17. a man speaking at the Winnipeg Convention Centre
  18. individuals in folk dancing costumes receiving instructions
  19. East Indian display at the SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  20. individuals practicing folk dancing
  21. Green Braes Highland Dancers performing at a Multicultural Festival, perhaps not in SC
  22. Creeland Cloggers performing at a Multicultural Festival, perhaps not in SC
  23. Les Danseurs de la Riviere La Vielle performing at a Multicultural Festival, perhaps not in SC
  24. Immigrant women of Saskatchewan performing at a Multicultural Festival, perhaps not in SC
  25. Ukrainian Dancers performing at a Multicultural Festival, perhaps not in SC
  26. two unidentified people dancing at an unknown location
  27. Canadian Heritage Festival in Selkirk Manitoba, July 1982, rehearsal for "Princess Anne Show" by Balaton Hungarian Dancers
  28. Swift Current Multicultural Council 1983 Executive, Lawrence Achtemichuk, Manal Soliman, Roberta Baker, Rita Forget, Stephanie Fielding, Jules Lambert, Toshi Verma, Robert Smith, and Pearl Hodges (Philip Gee missing)
  29. belly-dancer performing for the SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  30. Karen MacBean, Miss Teen Canada 1984
  31. Folk Dancers in white gowns and plaid scarves, performing at SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  32. Ukrainian display table at SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  33. Scottish Dancers performing at SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  34. Folk Dancers (Greek?) performing a Festival, perhaps SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  35. individuals speaking at the Winnipeg Convention Centre
  36. individuals at a banquet, unknown location
  37. Polonia Dance Ensemble performing "Lubelski", 1978, location unknown
  38. Indian Dancers from Regina performing at the Canadian Heritage Festival in Brandon, MB, 1982
  39. Eminesco Roumanian Dancers in Regina SK
  40. a choir wearing folk costumes, an unidentified location
  41. folk dancers performing at an unidentified location
  42. a choir performing at Folklorama'81 in SC
  43. unidentified dancers at an unknown location
  44. Folk Dancers performing at SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  45. audience at SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  46. scene from the Grand Entry of a Pow Wow
  47. Arabic table display at SC Centennial Celebration in 1982 (Folklorama'82)
  48. Chinese folk dancers at an unidentified location
    673-676. unidentified people at an undetermined meeting
    677-698. unidentified people at an undetermined Multiculturalism meeting/banquet
  49. Dr. Jack Kehoe, Kathy Fielding and Erica Cansino at an Education Workshop, January 26 1985
  50. SCMC receives Intercultural Communications grant, George Hall, Toshi Verma and Geoff Wilson MP, November 3 1984
  51. Dr. G, Richert, Heritage Language Hearing, February 5 1985, at the High School
  52. Education Workshop, January 26 1985
  53. Rajesh Khosla, Swift Current candidate for Focus 85, Banff Alberta
  54. cutting a cake for Canada Day
    705-708. unidentified individuals at an undetermined meeting
  55. individuals getting food at Folklorama'84
    710-712. Folk Dancers, Arabic, Ukrainian (?), Indian, at Folklorama'84
  56. Square Dancing at Folklorama'84
  57. the audience at Folklorama'84
  58. Scottish Dancing at Folklorama'84
  59. Miss Teen Canada, Karen MacBean, at Folklorma'84
  60. individuals getting food at Folklorama'84
  61. SCMC at Folklorama'84, inc. George Kushner

Box 3. Folder ("Current Pamphlets & Brochures")

  1. a man looking at a map of Ireland in a classroom
    720-721. unidentified man at a microphone
  2. one older woman and two younger women holding books, about the House of Common and Citizenship
  3. a man writing Chinese characters on a chalk board
  4. a classroom of children, a teepee in one corner, Cultural Diversity program in Grade 4, 1992
  5. two school children in traditional Indian dress in a classroom, Cultural Diversity program in Grade 4, 1992
  6. a man a woman looking at some handicrafts in a classroom, Cultural Diversity program in Grade 4, 1992
  7. traditional food, costume, instrument on display in a classroom, Cultural Diversity program in Grade 4, 1992
  8. a young man holding a traditional toy in a classroom, Cultural Diversity program in Grade 4, 1992
  9. a woman holding a traditional piece of clothing in a classroom, Cultural Diversity program in Grade 4, 1992
  10. girls in a gymnasium, swirling red pieces of cloth, ribbon, on sticks
  11. Cultural Diversity program in Grade 4, 1992
  12. unidentified woman speaking at a podium

Box 3. Envelope 1.
733-735. Regina Police Services Scottish bagpipe band, performing at an unknown event
736-738. Scottish dancers, performing at an unknown event
739-743. people eating breakfast at an unidentified breakfast in Swift Current
744-752. an Aboriginal Dance, with costumes

Box 3. Envelope 2.
753-763. Multicultural event in the High School, featuring displays on England, China, Lebanon, Mexico, Spain, Italy, El Salvador, Poland, Ireland, Argentina
764-769. wrestling matches between students

Box 3. Envelope 3.

  1. Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park Visitor Centre and Office
    771-789. unidentified individuals, directors on the SCMC Board for 1995-1996
  2. poor quality reproduction of a folk dance demonstration in a gymnasium

Box 3. Envelope 4.

  1. Rajesh Khosla, a SCMC Director

Box 3. Envelope 5 ("Display Board Materials").
792-793. individuals getting food at a buffet table at the Lion's Club

  1. individuals at a banquet, Canada flags on the tables
  2. unidentified individuals sitting on a picnic table
  3. young people folding paper stars, Vejledning stars
  4. a table set with teacups and biscuits
    798-800. older people at a St. Patrick's Day party, folk dancing
  5. Scottish bagpipe band at Saskatchewan Landing, August 1995
  6. individuals at Saskatchewan Landing, cardboard Viking ship, August 1995
  7. school children being taught Ukrainian folk dancing in a gymnasium
  8. Scottish dancers performing at Saskatchewan Landing, August 1995
    805-806. four young people, the High School's Anti-Racism group at a breakfast, March 21 1996
  9. a young woman receiving a book from an older woman
  10. a man in a traditional Scottish kilt in a living room
    809-810. individuals at Citizenship Court
  11. a school band playing in the Wheatland Mall, part of International Cafe
  12. a band performing at the International Cafe in the Wheatland Mall
  13. school children learning folk dancing in a gymnasium
  14. children looking at traditional toys, Cultural Diversity program in a classroom
  15. school children learning folk dancing in a gymnasium
  16. school children listening to a lady in a traditional costume, Cultural Diversity program in a classroom
  17. High School students in the library
  18. two High School students, members of the High School's Anti-Racism group, speaking to an elementary class
  19. a classroom on Cultural Diversity program
    820-822. school children learning folk dancing in a gymnasium
  20. Greek culture display table in a classroom for Cultural Diversity program
  21. South African culture display table in a classroom for Cultural Diversity program
  22. Indian culture display table in a classroom for Cultural Diversity program, inc. a sitar
  23. children folding origami in a classroom for Cultural Diversity program
  24. a classroom on Cultural Diversity program
  25. children looking at traditional toys, Cultural Diversity program in a classroom
  26. a band called "Odds Ends" performing at the International Cafe in the Wheatland Mall
  27. Scottish culture table display at the International Cafe in the Wheatland Mall
  28. Shashi Minhas and Monica Stevenson at the opening ceremonies for National Citizenship Week at the Wheatland Mall, April 1992
  29. German folk dancing at Folklorama
  30. bread making workshop, 1988
  31. essay winner Scott Doidge and Stephanie Fielding, at 4th Annual Networking Luncheon, 1992
  32. essay winners Shelby Erne, Patti-Lynne Clerc and Scott Doidge, with Joan Smith, at 4th Annual Networking Luncheon, 1992

-copy of Cultural Crossings, newsletter of the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, January 1995
-copy of Swift Current Multicultural Council newsletter, December 1994
-copy of Saskatchewan Multicultural Magazine, summer 1994
-a "Multicoloured Bow" from the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan

Box 5. Volume 1: album, newspaper clipping and photographs, 1981-1984

  1. Len Enns and several performers onstage during Folklorama'81
    -program from Folklorama'81
  2. performers on stage at Folklorama'81
  3. individuals square dancing
    839-844. members of the SCMC speaking at a Kiwanis meeting
  4. Scottish folk dancers performing at a banquet
    846-847. Ukrainian folk dancers performing at a banquet
    848-850. SCMC banquet, c. 1981
    -program for Folklorama'82
  5. cake for Folklorama'82 (SC's Centennial Celebration)
  6. choir performing at Folklorama'82 (SC's Centennial Celebration)
  7. people standing at a table during Folklorama'82 (SC's Centennial Celebration), Alana Sheila Bartlett, Geoff Pardoe, Ron Hnatiuk, Gord Zakreski, Harry Stewart, Pat Smith, Lawrence Achtemichuk, Stephanie Fielding
  8. a man speaking at Folklorama'82 (SC's Centennial Celebration), Chuck Sutyla
  9. a woman speaking at Folklorama'82 (SC's Centennial Celebration), Pat Smith M.L.A.
    856-858. cultural display tables at Folklorama'82 (SC's Centennial Celebration)
    859-863. folk dancers performing at Folklorama'82 (SC's Centennial Celebration), Scottishm Ukrainian, etc.
  10. balloon drop at Folklorama'82 (SC's Centennial Celebration)
    865-867. stage for Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers, May 8
  11. audience for Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers, May 8
  12. one woman presenting another with flowers
  13. flowers from a bouquet
    871-883. food tables from Folklorama'83, inc. Scottish, Indonesian, French, East Indian, Arabic, Ukrainian, Romanian
  14. an unidentified woman holding a large bouquet of flowers, at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    885-886. speakers on stage at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    887-888. two women performing an Indian or Arabic dance, with candles, at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    889-890. stage for Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
  15. two people at reception desk, Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    892-899. Spice Island calypso band performing at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    900-919. folk dancers performing at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    920-921. Ukrainian bread and eggs on display at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    922-925. Ukrainian display at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    926-929. Arabic display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    930-931. St. George Society (English) at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    932-934. French display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    935-937. East Indian display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    938-941. Romanian display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    942-944. Scottish (Green Braes) display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    945-948. Square Dancing display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
  16. Arts Council display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    950-951. St. John Ambulance display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
  17. books on a display table at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
    953-956. Indian or Arabic dancing at Folklorama'83, Salute to Mothers
  18. Spice Island Steel Band
    958-961. SCMC members at a 'Focus'83' event
    962-968. Canada Day flag raising in front of City Hall, 1983
  19. Canada Cake, 1983
    970-973. Canada Cake with Brownies and Girl Guides, 1983
    974-986. Ukrainian dancers performing at an outdoor event at the Stockade
    987-991. Kiwanis Green Braes Highland Dancers performing at an outdoor event at the Stockade
    992-995. SC Square Dancers performing at an outdoor event at the Stockade
    996-1008. individuals at a banquet table at Folklorama'84
    1009-1010. individuals at a banquet table at Folklorama'84, with Karen MacBean, Miss Teen Canada 1984
    1011-1020. individuals at a banquet table at Folklorama'84
    1021-1022. Arabic dancer performing at Folklorama'84
    1023-1025. East Indian dancer performing at Folklorama'84
    1026-1028. East Indian dancers performing at Folklorama'84
    1029-1034. Ukrainian dancers performing at Folklorama'84
    1035-1042. Eastern (Indian or Arabic?) dancers performing at Folklorama'84
    1043-1053. Ukrainian dancers performing at Folklorama'84
  20. Green Braes Scottish dancers performing at Folklorama'84
    1059-1061. individuals at a banquet table at Folklorama'84
    1062-1065. Square Dancers performing at Folklorama'84
  21. audience at Folklorama'84, including George Kushner
  22. some individuals at a banquet table at Folklorama'84
  23. Lebanese Cuisine table at Folklorama'84
    1069-1075. Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan Annual Meeting in SC, banquet, 1984
  24. Mayor Rittinger speaking at Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan Annual Meeting in SC, banquet, 1984
    1077-1079. Minister of Education Pat Smith speaking at Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan Annual Meeting in SC, banquet, 1984
    1080-1098. roast of outgoing MCofS president Stephanie Fielding, at Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan Annual Meeting in SC, banquet, 1984
    1099-1104. entertainment at Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan Annual Meeting in SC, banquet, 1984

Box 5, volume 2, album, newspaper clippings and photographs, 1993
1105-1116. grade four students learning about Indian culture at the homes of Shashi Minhas and Bela Kholsa (unsure), as part of a cultural diversity project, 1993
-rest of the album is blank

Box 5, volume 3, album, newspaper clippings and photographs

  1. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, Chilean presentation with Marcia Monreal
    1118-1119. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, East Indian presentation with J.J. Khosla playing a sitar
    1120-1122. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, East Indian presentation with Mr. and Mrs. Kholsa, and Mrs. Verma
    1123-1126. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, Egyptian presentation with Mrs. Saleh
    1127-1134. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, Egyptian presentation
    1135-1136. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, German presentation with Bix Biederbeck
    1137-1143. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, Greek presentation with Lorna Tsougrianis
    1144-1151. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, Iranian presentation with Parveen Namaghi
    1152-1155. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, Pakistani presentation with Zia Afsar
    1156-1157. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, Ukrainian presentation with Stephanie Fielding
    1158-1165. Youth Workshop Multicultural Mosaic, October 20 1988, Welsh presentation with Myra Leyshon
    1166-1168. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, English presentation by Dorian Smith
    1169-1171. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, German presentation by Bix Biederbeck
    1172-1174. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, French presentation by Lynn Tessier
    1175-1177. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Pakistani presentation by Zia Afsar
    1178-1181. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Ukrainian presentation by Peter Beskowiney
    1182-1184. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Chinese presentation by Dianne Yee
    1185-1187. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Norwegian presentation by Ragnhild Cory
    1188-1190. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Filipino presentation by Ed Tuason
    1191-1194. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Chilean presentation by Dr. Fernando Selles
  2. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Taiwanese presentation by Dr. Yeh-Wu Jame
    1196-1197. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, East Indian presentation by Shashi Minhas
    1198-1199. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Greek presentation by Lorna Tsougrianis
    1200-1202. Cultural Diversity Project for grade four students, April-May 1989, Danish presentation by Else Marie DePauw
    1203-1220. Connaught School Native Dancers from Regina
  3. Multicultural Mosaic project, grade eight students visiting the home of Perses Khonje to learn about African culture
  4. Multicultural Mosaic project, grade eight students visiting the home of Else Marie DePauw to learn about Danish culture
  5. Multicultural Mosaic project, grade eight students visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Khosla to learn about East Indian culture
  6. Multicultural Mosaic project, grade eight students visiting the home of Zia Afsar to learn about Pakistani culture
    1225-1226. Multicultural Mosaic project, grade eight students visiting the home of Myra Leyshon to learn about Welsh culture
  7. Multicultural Mosaic project, grade eight students visiting the home of Betty McDougall to learn about Ukrainian culture
    1228-1231. students dancing with long red ribbons in a gymnasium, part of Cultural Diversity program for grade four students
    1232-1233. students dancing in a gymnasium, part of Cultural Diversity program for grade four students
    1234-1246. a man a demonstrating paper-based folk art in a classroom, part of Cultural Diversity program for grade four students
    1247-1252. activities for Cultural Diversity program in Begg School gymnasium
    1253-1254. activities for Cultural Diversity program in Central School gymnasium
    1255-1256. a man a demonstrating paper-based folk art in a classroom, part of Cultural Diversity program for grade four students
    1257-1258. Bix Biederbeck speaking to a classroom for Cultural Diversity program
    1259-1261. a woman giving a cooking lesson in a classroom for Cultural Diversity program
    1262-1263. a woman speaking about India in a classroom for Cultural Diversity program
    1264-1265. Zia Asfar speaking to a classroom about Pakistani culture for Cultural Diversity program
  8. an Asian man addressing a classroom for Cultural Diversity program
    1267-1268. speakers addressing students for Cultural Diversity program
    1269-1271. Ragnhild Cory speaking to a classroom about Norwegian culture for Cultural Diversity program
  9. Dianne Yee speaking to students about Chinese culture for Cultural Diversity program
    -newspaper article about the end of the Folklorama Festivals
  10. Multicultural Mosaic project, 1990, grade eight students visiting the home of Bix Biederbeck to learn about German culture
    1274.Multicultural Mosaic project, 1990, grade eight students visiting someone's home to learn about a difference culture
  11. Multicultural Mosaic project, 1990, grade eight students visiting J.J. Kholsa's home to learn about East Indian culture
  12. Multicultural Mosaic project, 1990, grade eight students visiting the home of Ragnhold Cory to learn about Norwegian culture
  13. Multicultural Mosaic project, 1990, grade eight students visiting the home of Zia Afsar to learn about Pakistani culture
  14. Multicultural Mosaic project, 1990, grade eight students visiting the home of Sue Stepphun to learn about Taiwanese culture
    1279-1280. Multicultural Mosaic project, 1990, grade eight students visiting the home of Myra Leyshon to learn about Welsh culture
  15. grade eight participants of the Multicultural Mosaic project, 1990
    1282-1288. Cultural Diversity program in a classroom, 1991, different speakers
    1289-1292. Cultural Diversity program activities in a gymnasium, folk dancing
    1293-1295. members of the SCMC planning Cultural Diversity program
  16. Multicultural Day at Fairview School, Egypt table
  17. Multicultural Day at Fairview School, Scottish dancing
  18. Multicultural Day at Fairview School, Scotland table
  19. Multicultural Day at Fairview School
    1300-1302. Multicultural Youth Workshop with grade eight students, 1991
    1303-1311. Alexandre the Clown performing for grade four students in different languages, part of Cultural Diversity project
    1312-1313. members of the SCMC in a meeting
    1314-1338. Cultural Diversity speakers in a grade four classroom, 1992, inc. Germany, Pakistan, India, etc.
    1339-1343. essay winners Shelby Erne, Patti-Lynne Clerc and Scott Doidge, with English teacher Joan Smith

Series 2: Financial Records
Extent: 80 cm textual records
Dates: 1984 - 1991
Scope and content: series contains financial documents of the SCMC, including receipts, cheque stubs, statements, invoices, canceled cheques, etc.

(Box 4)
-bank statements, 1987-1989
-deposit book, November 1985 - October 1986
-receipt books for Folklorama 1987 and 1988
-receipt books for 1987-1988
-cheque stubs for 1986-1987
-folder of financial documents from Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Language
-folder of financial documents from Folklorama'86
-bank statements, 1986-87
-issued cheques, 1986-1987
-receipt book for memberships, 1986
-envelope with misc. banking documents, inc. Statement of Investment Income - T5, 1986 & 87, and Term Deposit Maturity Notices
-folders containing financial documents form 1987-1988 labeled: Petty Cash; Advertising; Utilities; Facility Rental, Liquor Permits, Projects and Socials; Canada Post; Books & Magazine Accounts / Membership; Miscellaneous Receipts; Pitney-Bowes (Postage Meter); Robinson Electronics; Revenue of Canada Employee Contributions; Folklorama'88; Grant Monies Receipts; Fund-Raisers; Jomar Stationary; Travel Expenses, Meal Expenses; Miscellaneous Receipts 1987; Folklorama'87; Pioneer Co-op Pd. Accts. for Various Projects; 1985 General Meetings
-envelope that reads 'Multicultural Day // July 4 1989 // Foods Committee'
-5 envelopes staples together that read 'Boh's Bar Homecoming Week // July 3-5, 1989'
-folders containing financial documents from 1988-1989 labeled: Petty Cash; Grant Monies Receipts; Utilities; Bank Statements August 1988 - July 15 1989; Advertising; Conferences, Travel; Typist (Penny G.); Jomars; Assets; Pioneer Co-op; Projects; Postage; Memberships / Subscriptions; Susan Majeran; Revenue Canada; Miscellaneous; Multicultural Day, July 4 1989; Folklorama
-book, "Financial and Accounting Guide for Non-Profit Organizations"
-Adjustment, Supplies and Services Canada, 1986

(Box 9)
-receipt books, 1987-1989, 1989-1990
-deposit book, 1984-1985, 1987-1989
-cheque stubs, 1977-1978, 1981, 1988-1989, 1989, 1990-1991
-ledgers, 1979-1984, 1982-1983, 1985, 1985-1986, 1986-1987, 1987-1988, 1988-1989, 1989-1990,
-daybook planner, 1988-1989, 1989, 1990,
-Canada Day committee telephone directory, 1985
-folders of receipts and financial documents for April 1990 to July 1991 (missing August 1990)
-folders:
Utilities 1989-90 (utility bills); Bank Statements and Canceled Cheques 1990-91; Revenue Canada 1990-1991; Coordinator (Coordinator's job description and report); Petty Cash 1990-199 (receipts);
Untitled: (financial); Insurance 1990 (insurance forms); Jomar's 1990-1991 (receipts, samples);
Pioneer Co-op, 1990-1991 (receipts, statements, etc.); Penny's Home Typing, 1990-1991 (invoices)Miscellaneous, 1989-1990 (receipts); Petty Cash, 1989-1990 (receipts); Postage, 1989-1990 (receipts and invoices); Projects, 1989-1990 (receipts and invoices); Memberships and Subscriptions, 1989-1990 (receipts and invoices); Jomars, 1989-1990 (receipts and invoices); Advertising, Booster, Sun, 1989-1990 (receipts and invoices); Grants, 1989-1990 (receipts, cheque stubs, correspondence); Bank statements and canceled cheques, August 1 1989 to July 31 1990
-misc. documents, from 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991: receipts, statements, photocopying record, employment record, etc.

Series 3: Documentation
Dates: 1974 - 1991
Extent: 400 cm textual records
Scope and content: series contain documentation of the SCMC from its inception in 1974 to 1991, including minutes, correspondence, published material, incorporation documents, documents pertaining to the umbrella organization Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, information about various programs, etc.

(Box 6)
-Folklorama Programs: Folk Festival 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, Folklorama 1980, 1981-
-MCoS 1973: history of the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan
-Refugee Program 1975: to help new immigrants settle
-MCoS 1977: Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, minutes, correspondence, etc. for 1977
-MCoS 1978: Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan president's report at AGM
-Culture & Youth 1979: Saskatchewan Department of Culture and Youth documents, 1979
-Indochinese: documents pertaining to helping an Indochinese refugee family settle
-MCoS 1979: Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, 1979 documents
-Refugee Program 1979: Swift Current Vietnamese Refugee Program, minutes, other documents
-Refugee Program 1980: documents re: helping new immigrants to adjust to the community, inc. resumes for a Coordinator for an Immigrant Women's program, documents re: Community Orientation Program, New Canadian services, Family Reunification services
-Marge Berezowsky: documents re: Marge Berezowsky, part-time secretary for the Swift Current Multicultural Council, c. 1985 - 1987, employment documents
-MCos 1981: Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, minutes, correspondence, etc. for 1981
-The Plea: copy of 'The Plea', (Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan), August 1981
-Refugee Program 1981: documents pertaining to settling refugees in SC, Report to the Department of Secretary of State May 1981 From Services to New Immigrants Project, employment information, Community Orientation Program, grant from the Canadian Foundation for Refugees, Immigrant Interest Services
-S.C.M.C. Correspondence 1981: Swift Current Multicultural Council correspondence, 1981
-Current Events File: correspondence re: SCMC Board of Directors, removal of George Kushner from Board, etc., 1987
-Committee Information: four newspaper sections entitled "Victims of Crime"
-Saskatoon Open Door Society: newsletters, report 1981-1982
-Regina Open Door Society: list of new immigrants to SC, Vietnamese/English word list, newsletter from Regina Open Door Society, Orientation Manual for Newcomers, Budget Overview 1980-1981, Immigrant Women's Workshop 1981
-Immigrant Interest Service Reports: information on immigrant families in SC, Certificate of Appreciation to Immigrant Interest Centre from Saskatchewan Environment, brochure and other documents pertaining to Immigrant Interest Services, correspondence from 1982, Immigrant Services Grant
-ESL: Language Program Guideline to Applicants and Application, from SK Culture and Recreation
-MCoS 1982: correspondence, reports, constitution and bylaws, etc. from Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, 1982
-Refugee Program 1982: minutes and agendas from SCMC 1982
-SCMC Correspondence 1982: documents entitles Government Relations, Financial Management, and Administration (no correspondence)
-MCoS prior to 84: memoranda, correspondence, minutes of the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan 1983, "A Brief to the Special Parliamentary Committee on the Participation of Visible Minorities in Canadian Society" submitted by the the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan
-Human Rights Commission: brochures, correspondence, from Canada Human Rights Commission
-Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan 1984: minutes, agenda etc. for general meeting, memoranda, constitutional and bylaws, board of directors and member Councils of Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan for 1984, Proposal For Changes To The Multicultural Act
-MCoS Annual Meeting May 1984: handwritten list of council members, correspondence re: Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan 1984 AGM (took place in SC at the Hillcrest Motor Inn), agenda, attendance list
-Robert Smith: copy of Bill 50 - Manitoba Intercultural Act, copy of Alberta Cultural Heritage Act, copy of An Act respecting The Saskatchewan Multicultural Advisory Council and providing for Assistance to Individuals and Groups, Saskatoon Multicultural Council, proposed amendment to the MCoS Constitution under Robert Smith, president of SCMC in 1985, correspondence
-Bobbie Baker: T4 and employment information for Roberta Baker from 1984, Expense Sheets
-Employment and Immigration Info 1980 - 1985: notes taken at employment seminar 1983, T4 Summaries of Remuneration paid, booklet 'How To Complete the Record of Employment", brochures from Labour Canada, 'Glossary of Industrial Relations Terms', 'Labour Standards' documents
-Grants Sask. Heritage 1985: application and correspondence re: Saskatchewan Heritage 1985 Activity Grant, cheque stub for Cultural Festivals, SC Canada Day Committee Classification of Application, cheque stub for Canada Day Activities
-Harmony Series: documents pertaining to Harmony Series television program, information about how to shoot community television
-1985 MCoS Correspondence (Rec'd): correspondence from Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan to all local Councils, minutes of the 1985 AGM, correspondence with Liberal Party of Saskatchewan, correspondence re: proposed changes for Saskatchewan Multicultural Legislation, agendas and minutes of meetings
-Resumes - Part-time Sec. 1985: job advertisement, interview questions, resumes
-Saskatchewan History Folklore Society: itinerary for a tour of Swift Current, maps of SC with information about various locations in the City
-Student Worker Opportunities 1985: employment information for Suzanne Soto, student job description, documents pertaining to Canada-Saskatchewan Opportunities '85 employment grant
-SCMC Correspondence 1985: correspondence from various multicultural governmental, educational, etc. organizations, SaskExpo 86 Corporation
-1985 - Wages: employment notes
-Work Placement: employment documents, re: Roberta Baker
-Saskatchewan Ambassador envelope
-[name on folder is illegible]: 1986 Census of Canada
-Expo'86: Amateur Performing Group application form
-MCoS Correspondence 86: Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan Annual Report 1986-87, Folk Arts Talent Development Project proposal, draft of MCoS submission to the Governor General, correspondence and memoranda, reports, minutes and agendas from meeting, bylaw proposals

(Box 7)
Binders:
Swift Current Multicultural Council 1974 - 1975: history of the organization, grant application to Secretary of State Citizenship Branch for 1974, Bylaws of the SCMC, correspondence from 1974, minutes from 1974, correspondence from 1975, Multicultural Festival workshop agenda, grant application to Secretary of State Citizenship Branch for 1975, minutes from 1975 meetings

Swift Current Multicultural Council 1982 - 1983: 1982 executive, contact information for various multicultural organizations in SC, Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for the four months Ended August 31 1981, correspondence from 1982, minutes from 1982, Statement of Receipts and Disbursements For the Year Ended July 31 1983, correspondence from 1983, minutes from 1983

1990 1989 Minutes General and Executive: attendance, minutes and agendas for General Meetings from 1989-1990, financial reports and lists of correspondence sent and correspondence received for 1989, statements of Cash Receipts and Expenditures, budget for 1989-1990, committee reports from 1989-1990, other documents pertaining to SCMC activities, Communications Committee report, other committee reports, attendance, minutes and agendas for Executive Meetings 1989-1990, financial reports 1989-1990, list and correspondence sent and correspondence received

(Box 8)
Binder 1 (blue): Swift Current Multicultural Council 1976-1977
-membership lists; constitution and bylaws; financial reports; correspondence; and minutes for 1976 and 1977

Binder 2 (green): Swift Current Multicultural Council 1978-1979
-annual report, membership lists, financial reports, Multicultural Festival Series grant application, correspondence, etc. for 1978
-minutes, agendas, and attendance for meetings, committee reports, 1978
membership list, Multicultural Festival Series grant application, correspondence, financial reports, etc. for 1979
-minutes, agendas, and attendance for meetings, committee reports, 1979

Binder 3 (red): Swift Current Multicultural Council 1980 - 1981
-membership list, financial reports, Cultural Activities Grant, President's Annual Report, committee reports, correspondence for 1980
-general meeting minutes, agendas and attendance sheets for 1980, executive meeting minutes, agendas and attendance sheets for 1980
-financial reports, Annual Report, membership and member council list, correspondence for 1981
-President's Annual Report, minutes, agendas and attendance for meeting, 1981

Binder 4 (black): Swift Current Multicultural Council 1984-1986
-progress reports, financial reports, committee reports, membership lists, list of assets, correspondence for c. 1983-1984
-executive meeting minutes, agendas, attendance sheets for 1984
-general meeting minutes, agendas, attendance sheets for 1985
-general meeting minutes, agendas, attendance sheets for 1986
-correspondence from 1985-1986

Binder 5 (black): Swift Current Multicultural Council 1987-1989
-general meeting minutes and agendas, financial reports, attendance sheets, committee reports, other reports for 1986-1988
-executive meeting minutes, attendance sheets, committee reports, employment documents, and correspondence for c. 1987 - 1989
-correspondence, 1987 - 1988
-Annual Report of the Swift Current Multicultural Council Presented to the MCoS Annual Meeting, May 14 1988

(Box 10)
-folders, Advertising; AGM (1991); Alex Taylor Community School; Allied Arts Council; Archives (items from the estate of Violet Lundholm); Bylaws; Canada Council (publications); Canada Day (1989); Canada Advisory Council on the Status of Women; 1986 Census (Saskatchewan Population by Origin); Chamber of Commerce (correspondence, etc.), Charity Number (documentation re: charity status); Citizenship Week; Constitution and Non-Profit Act / Corporation (documentation re: non-profit status); Cypress Hills Regional College; Ethnic Spotlight (cablevision program); MCoS Grants, 1988-1991 (Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan funding applications); Grants - Secretary of State 1989-1991 (project funding); Grants SOHL 1989-1990 (Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages); Grant - T.I.P. (Trust Initiative Program); Great Sandhills Historical Society; Harvest Festival (1990); Immigrant Women of Saskatchewan (SC Chapter); Lobbying (protesting budget cuts); Presidents Meeting (Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, 1989-1991); General Meeting Announcements; MCoS General Correspondence (Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan); Ministerial Association (1987-1988); Multicultural Cards; Multiculturalism and Citizenship Canada; Reidmore Book (publishers); SCMC Correspondence (1988-1991); SCMC Membership List (1984-1991); SCMC (executive meetings); St. George's Society; SWRA (South West Recreation Association); SOHL (Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages); Task Force (Arts Strategy); Youth Group ECOH (Ethnic Cultures of Our Horizons); Co-Ordinator Hours (employment information); Revenue Canada; Insurance; Photocopier; Pitney Bowes (equipment maintenance); Correspondence 1991; Grants, misc. (information, criteria)

(Box 11)
-folders, Canada Day 1981, 1985, 1986; MCoS Annual Meetings to 1988 (1986-1998); MCoS Grants, 1986-1988; Grants - Miscellaneous to 1988; Grants - Sask Parks, Rec and Culture 1985-1989; Untitled (receipts for services, 1989); Grants - Secretary of Sate 1981-1988
-envelopes: financial statements, bills, receipts, canceled cheques, 1977-1978, 1978-1979, 1979-1980, 1980-1981, 1981-1982, 1982-1983, 1983-1984, 1984-1985, 1985-1986
-receipt book, 1985
-correspondence re: arts funding
-folder with receipts

Swift Current Multicultural Council

William Lunan fonds

  • SCM-RG-0080
  • Fonds
  • ? - 2000-01-19

The fonds, related to William Lunan, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
The memoirs of Bill Lunan begin with his family’s move to the Cantuar district in 1913, his years as a farming, farming conditions in the region until the 1940s, Cantuar businesses and individuals, some early Swift Current information, information on the life style of homesteaders in the Cantuar district in the early 1900s. Tom Milroy, Everett Hunter, Bert McPherson, Jack Hart, Joseph Regan and boys from the Cantuar region who did not return from WWI.

Mary Belle Lautsch fonds

  • SCM-RG-0011
  • Fonds
  • ? - 2002-04-24

The fonds, related to the Beta Sigma Phi, Swift Current Chapter and Ted Michie, was accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described.

Beta Sigma Phi, Swift Current

Kinetic Club Fonds

  • SCM-RG-0006
  • Fonds
  • 1935-1991

The fonds contain records related to the Kinetic Club of Swift Current, were accumulated by Harry Stewart.

Kinetic Club

Cypress Rock and Fossil Club fonds

  • SCM-RG-0004
  • Fonds
  • 1960 - 2007

The Cypress Rock and Fossil Club fonds consists of records relating to club activity such as meeting minutes, the constitution, and various correspondence. The fonds also consists of catalogues, conference and show information for members, as well as newsletters from other related groups.

Cypress Rock & Fossil Club

Swift Current Royal Purple Lodge Number 93 fonds

  • SCM-RG-0002
  • Fonds
  • 1946 - 2014

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Royal Purple Lodge Number 93, was created by the source during its existence. Records include 25th anniversary records, administrative files, celebration tea, club history, memberships, meeting minutes, miscellaneous records, newspaper clippings, and reports.

Swift Current Royal Purple Lodge Number 93

Swift Current Oldtimers Hockey Association fonds

  • SCM-RG-0078
  • Fonds
  • 1974 - 2008

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Oldtimers Hockey Association, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
Box #1.

Discrete items:

  1. SCOTHA annual meeting minutes, 2008
  2. photocopy of Bud McEwan’s scrapbook

Photographs:

  1. Old Time Hockey members, all individuals are unidentified
  2. poster-sized photo, Swift Current Blues hockey team, caption reads “Winner “F” Division // Western Canada International Tournament // Saskatoon”, individuals are as follows: front row – Gerry Schultz, Ed Schwab, Hap Edwards, Les Wall, Don Cowan, middle row - Dusty Bitz (trainer), Mel Davis, Joe Loustel, Wayne Lambert, Glen Davis (coach), Ron Ross, Don Robertson, Pete Weber, back row – Gord Hoffert, Ray Reeder, Wayne Burns, Mike Franko, Bill Forester, Al Friesen, (rolled – labels are attached in a separate envelope)
  3. Swift Current Blues hockey team, all individuals are unidentified, with a mat
  4. Swift Current Blues hockey team, at the 3rd Western Canada Oldtimers Tournament, Victoria BC., 1979, all individuals are unidentified
  5. Swift Current Blue hockey team, at the Molson Canadian Invitational in Calgary AB, 1987, all individuals are unidentified (discrete item)

Volume 1.
-ledger, 1976 – 1980, plus information on individual players

Volume 2.
-ledger, 1980 – 1991

Envelope 1.
-misc. documents pertaining to the SCOTHA
-program for a hockey game between Swift Current Old Timers and Montreal Canadiens Old Timers
-Constitution
-correspondence from Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association

Envelope 2.
-receipts, tournament lists, bank statements from 2000 – 2007

Envelope 3.
-bank statements, receipts, correspondence, memberships and tournament lists, 1990 – 1999

Envelope 4.
-bank statements, receipts, tournament lists, correspondence, 1986 – 1989

Envelope 5.
-bank statements, receipts, tournament lists, 1981 – 1985

Envelope 6.
-bank statements, correspondence, receipts, membership lists, 1974 – 1980

Box 2.

Folder #1.
-tournament lists and information, 2002

Folder #2.
-attendance forms, 1998 – 2001
-team rosters, 1999 – 2000
-SCOTHA tournament information, 1999

Folder #3.
-empty

Folder #4.
-correspondence, tournament information, 1991 -1996
-SCOTHA minutes, 1978 – 1979

Folder #5.
-SCOHTHA and Golden Oldies membership lists, 1985 – 1986
-correspondence, 1980 – 1981
-misc. documents, c, 1979 - 1981
-tournament information, 1989
-financial information, 1985 – 1986, 1988
-score sheets, 1988

Folder #6.
-receipts and financial information, 1991
-rosters for other teams in the Canadian Old Timers’ Hockey Association league, 1991
-tournament information and score sheets, 1990 - 1991
-rental information, 1991
-bank statements and financial information, 1990 – 1991

Folder #7.
-tournament score sheets, 1992
-rosters for other teams in the Canadian Old Timers’ Hockey Association league, 1992
-SCOTHA minutes, 1992

Folder #8.
-tournament information and score sheets, 1993
-rosters for other teams in the Canadian Old Timers’ Hockey Association league, 1993

Folder #9
-tournament score sheets, 1994

Folder #10
-financial information, 1993 – 1994
-tournament information and score sheets, 1993 – 1994
-SCOTHA minutes, 1994

  • tournament score sheets, 1995

Folder #11
-invitation to a tournament in Coaldale, AB, 1995
-SCOTHA minutes, 1995
-tournament information, 1995
-tournament score sheets, 1996

Folder #12
-rosters for other teams in the Canadian Old Timers’ Hockey Association league, 1997 - 1999
-tournament score sheets, 1999
-tournament score sheets, 1998
-tournament score sheets, 1997

Folder #13
-tournament information, 2003
-correspondence, etc. re: tournaments, 1997 - 1999
-receipt books, 1999 – 2002, 2004
-notebook to keep track of bar supplies

Folder #14
-tournament schedule, 2001

  • rosters for other teams in the Canadian Old Timers’ Hockey Association league, 2001
    -document, “Important Information For Teams & Game Officials”
    -correspondence, 2001
    -tournament score sheets, 2001
    -photographs #3 – 4

Swift Current Oldtimers Hockey Association

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