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Main Street in Biggar, Saskatchewan

A view of Main Street businesses in Biggar, Saskatchewan. Two of the store signs read "Miller Bros. Confectioners" and "Bowling Alley and Pool Room"; there are three people are standing in front of the Confectioners.

"Greetings From Biggar Saskatchewan"

A composite postcard with seven smaller pictures depicting different views of the town of Biggar, Saskatchewan; two pictures show the train station, three of the Biggar Hotel and Empire Hotel, one of the Round House, and one of The Biggar Square Deal Department Store and Bowling Alley and Pool Room.

First Avenue, Biggar, SK

Six buildings beside dirt roads can be seen
Three signs on some of the buildings read from right to left: "Canadian Restaurant Restaurant"; "The Biggar Hotel"; "Empire Hotel"
Written on the bottom: "First Ave Biggar Sask"
Written on the back in black ink: "R.N. Blaikie"

Biggar, Saskatchewan

A view of the town of Biggar, Saskatchewan from the rail yard at the south end of town. Two men can be seen standing in front of a small building in the rail yard. Both the Biggar Hotel and the Empire Hotel can bee seen in the background.

Three Women on a Caboose in Biggar, SK

Three women standing at the back of a caboose in front of a building
The signs on the building reads "Massey-Harris Farm Implements" and "B... Wagons"
Written on the back in blue ink: "JM 76-7"
Written on the back in black ink: "Copy from jack Mooney , Linda Thompson, (Dorothy Turner), "

Main Street, Biggar, Saskatchewan

Streetscape view of Main Street in Biggar, SK; note: horse drawn wagons are parked in front of some of the buildings. Written on the back in blue ink: "1911" and "Ellis"; written on the back in pencil: "TPE"; written on the back in red ink: "Lit 142% 89m 16F [crossed out] 116% 3cals"; written on the back in black ink: "Mrs. T.P. Ellis Biggar Sask. Have disposed of hens so will buy some in spring. No time to write,... regards ...rom, Stanley...Bill"; Postal stamp in black ink reads "Watrous AM No21 11 Sask". A red two cent Canada Postage stamp is on the back

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