Photograph albums, other family and community "milestone" albums (marriage, death, births, anniversaries, graduations, awards, news clippings of local history); materials relating to teaching school in Saskatchewan 1947-1951.
The fonds consists of records relating to the research and writing of Aggressive in Pursuit, including correspondence and interviews with Hall and others; material relating to all the facets of Hall's career (lawyer, judge in Saskatchewan, Supreme Court of Canada justice, and his role on various commissions and enquiries). Some of the material was originally created or accumulated by Hall. Notably, this material includes letters from members of the public following the Stephen Truscott decision; correspondence of Hall as Chief Justice of Saskatchewan; and a personal note from Prime Minister Diefenbaker prior to the announcement of the Hall Commission on health services.
Holograph letter, signed. Una Jeffers to Mr. Forster. Dated December 18, 1929. Telling him of their decision to return to California, and their time in Cornwall. Written on board S.S. Duchess of Bedford in mid-Atlantic. 2 p.
This substantive family archive of Canadiana consists of multi-page correspondence for southern and south-central Ontario beginning in 1875 through 1929, but mostly pre-20th century, and comprises of several different threads of personal/familial writings with letters received between Saskatoon Saskatchewan, and many other locations across Canada. Along with the over 85 letters are some loose covers, an account book, one check book with stubs and perhaps another 20 pieces of ephemera.
This fonds documents Dr. St-Onge's professional and academic career including correspondence with colleagues, course and committee material, and photographic records. The slides are filed by year and document St-Onge's private and professional life.
This collection contains two copies of the promotional booklet Moose Jaw: The Buckle of the Greatest Wheat Belt in the World. It was published in 1913 by Rice’s Studio, with Lewis Rice as publisher. It includes facts and figures about Moose Jaw as well as photographs and illustrations of the town. Many of the photographs were taken by Rice. Both booklets bear a stamp from the Moose Jaw Board of Trade.
This fonds consists of a ratepayers assessment roll for the years 1904-1912, financial records consisting of receipts, cheques 1895-1920 and a bank book for the years 1908-1916, and the secretary-treasurer's files consisting of correspondence, reports, contracts, and financial papers, from the years 1893-1917.
The fonds contains 54 scanned black and white photographs. They were taken between the 1920's and 1950's in the Whittome District near Melfort, Saskatchewan. They include images of Prescott S.D. #3935, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, farming activities, and local families.
The fonds contains 23 black and white photographs, 21 black and white negatives, and 1 photocopy of a photograph from Charles Hillary Hopkins' private collection. The majority of the photographs were reprinted in 1996, but the original copies of these photographs date from the 1930's to 1959. The photographs were taken in Melfort, Saskatchewan and surrounding areas including the Stoney Creek and Whittome districts. They include images of Melfort High School (Melfort Collegiate Institute)students and staff, Broadway School students, snow plowing, and a flood.
This fonds contains files relating to Professor Byers research in Northern Saskatchewan and Manitoba, specifically Amisk, Wildnest, Annabel, Waddy, Neagle, Face, Errington, Black and Pillow lakes; Flin Flon; and Missi Island.
This fonds contains personal and professional correspondence, lecture materials, reference and research files, and records pertaining to associations, organizations, and societies. This information relates primarily to Louis Horlick's academic and medical career as a cardiologist specializing in the cause and treatment of coronary heart disease.