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Regina Steam and Laundry

Men, horses and carts in front of the Regina Steam & Laundry building located at 1924-1928 Rose Street near 12th Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Moose Hotel, Moose Jaw, NWT

Exterior/street-view of the Moose Hotel, located on the north-west corner of Main and High Street in Moose Jaw, NWT. Group of local residents, including Mr. Shupe (on the black horse), the hotel owner, are gathered in front of the hotel.

A. W. Irwin fonds

  • MJ-170
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1911

This fonds contains one ledger belonging to A. W. Irwin. This ledger contains the accounts of his insurance and real estate business from 1910-1911. It includes his client lists and account information. Irwin sold various kinds of insurance, such as life and fire insurance, as well as real estate. He also offered mortgages and loans. The ledger also includes the personal account of Irwin.

Irwin, A. W.

Barber Shop

Interior view of barbershop located on South Railway Street in Regina, Northwest Territories; barbers (left to right}: Nicholas Noll, ---- Fritz, and Frank Baker.

Susan Whitney Gallery fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1978-1994

Fonds consists of files generated by Susan Whitney Gallery Ltd, a private art gallery located in Regina, Saskatchewan. These records relate to the exhibitions and selling of art by such regional artists as Joe Fafard, David Thauberger, Russ yuristy, Bill Lobchuck, Don Proch, and Tony Tascona, among others, and such folk artists as W.C. McCargar, Dmytro Stryjek, and Eva Dennis. Other Canadian and foreign artists are represented. The fonds have been organized into ten series: Art Fairs, Artist files/Artists, Date Books, Financial Records, Globe Theatre, Invitations, Personal, Photographs, Scrapbooks, and Working files/Administration. The first series, Art Fairs, is further subdivided into four subseries: General, ART/LA/Los Angeles International Art Fair, Chicago International Art Exposition, and the Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition.

Susan Whitney Gallery

Ruth Marshall Collection

  • RML
  • Collection
  • [1940?] - [1950?]

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.

Front Street Buildings, Wolseley, NWT

Pre-1905 photo of Front Street businesses of Wolseley, NWT east of Sherbrooke Street. The Windsor Hotel, Banbury Brothers General Store, A.G. Thompson Hardware, Magee Butchers and Bray Lumber. The Handley house is seen in the distance.

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