The collection contains 24 photographic reproductions of original photographs of members of the John Carlson family, local farming activities, and farm equipment. Several depict views of Melfort in early states of development. Historically significant images include that of a Mr. and Mrs. Bagshaw at "Melfort House" in the U.K.
The Collection contains black and white photographs from Ruth Marshall's private collection. All of the photographs are of Melfort businesses and streets including the water tower, train station, and Sask-Tel building.
This fonds contains five series, the first consists of the records kept by the War Services Council and the War Services Auxiliary. Included is an Honour Roll of Moose Jaw servicemen, reports of the Parcels and Records Committee, two binders of newspaper reports on local servicemen killed, missing in action, or taken prisoner of war. There are also acknowledgment and thank you letters from parents to Moose Jaw City Council for the memorials and tributes paid to their fallen sons. There are two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of war-related news. The second series contains 2 Visitor Books and a Reception and Adopted Homes Book of the War Services Club. The third series is financial records, including receipts, statements and ledgers. The fourth series is made up of minutes, reports and by-laws. The final series is comprised of correspondence, including thank you notes and letters relating to ration amounts.
The fonds consists of records made and received by the officers, parishes and organizations constituting the Diocese of Saskatchewan and documenting their activities within the diocese and in their relationships with organizations and individuals external to it.
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Saskatchewan
This fonds contains the weekly newspaper on microfilm from 1905 to present, black and white photographs taken by the Humboldt Journal staff that were published in the newspaper of Humboldt and surrounding area. It also includes promotional material and business material printed by the commercial printing side of the Journal operations
This fonds contains programs from various jubilees, anniversary and other celebrations, St. Ursula Academy bulletins, newsletters, year books and oral history cassette tapes. Photographs are from various school activities, artwork, missions and fund-raisers
This fonds contains five photo albums from 1982 to 2005 containing photographs, programs and newspaper clippings for recitals, as well as scrapbooks containing newspaper articles about the dance club and the members' activities from 1989 – 2001
This fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, financial records, newspaper clippings, photographs and adverting materials (posters) pertaining to arts and culture in the Battlefords. Also included are exhibits, local artists and activities of the North Battleford Art Club, Battlefords Allied Arts Council, community players and other artists who exhibited or participated in the Saskatchewan Handicraft festivals.
This fonds consists of correspondence, letters to the Editor, newspapers, newsprint, photographs, and negative pertaining to the City of North Battleford. It mostly consists of photos with captions as they appeared in the News-Optimist. Fonds is composed of the following series: Newsprint; Photographs; Textual Records; Multimedia; and Negatives.
The collection contains four scanned black and white photographs that include images of the Wilkinson children (Claude, Kathleen, Ken and Lyla) in the 1920s, of harvest near Tisdale at the Hugh Barnum farm in the late 1920s, of Lyle Boice Barnum holding Lyla Baity (nee Wilkinson) in the 1910s, and a formal portrait of Malcom Barnum (left) and Hugh Barnum (right).
The fonds contains one black and white photograph from Audrey Anna Beth Lefebvre's private collection. It is a photograph of a Melfort curling team at a bonspiel. The team members include: Cliff Dobson, Jack Reid, Gordon McPherson, Elva Dobson, and Jimmy Stewart.
The collection contains two photographs. They were taken between the 1910's and 1920's. They include an image of a work bee planting a crop for Mrs. Brice after her husband's death and an image of two people standing with a tractor.
The fonds contains one scanned black and white photograph of Prescott S.D. #3935 located in the Whittome District near Melfort, Saskatchewan. The original photograph was taken in the 1950's and is part of Sharon Elizabeth Heavin's personal collection. The photograph was scanned at 300 dpi with 16 million colors.