The fonds contains one black and white photograph from Gerald Fitzgerald's personal collection. The photograph depicts the Melfort High School's h ockey team from 1930-1931. The team was the winner of the Hobberlin Cup.
The collection contains one black and white photograph of a large group of people standing outside the "Old Time Curling Club" in Melfort Saskatchewan. The photograph was taken in 1962, and was part of Ada and Joby Bedard's personal collection.
The collection contains one photocopy of a black and white photograph. Taken in 1930, the image is a formal group portrait of the Melfort United Church's young people's group, "The Alerts," of which Mabel Braaten was a member.
The fonds contains seven colour photographs taken during Melfort, Saskatchewan's 1980 "Melfort Reunion, Celebrate Saskatchewan 1905-1980" events. Subjects include the stage at the Melfort Agricultural Society grounds and community organization floats in the parade, and feature a number of Melfort city councillors serving during 1980.
1915 to 1998, predominant 1919 1953 and 1970 to 1999
Fonds include black and white photographs some with matching negatives, scrapbooks and other memorabilia. Photographs of Beatty community and Melfort community events. Including school, church, farming and special community events.
The fonds contains one black and white photograph of the Edenbridge S.D. #2930 building near Gronlid, Saskatchewan. The photograph was taken in between 1913 and 1960 and was reprinted in 1999. It is from Vickar Norman's private collection.
The fonds contains 16 black and white photographs that originally belonged to Perley Fennell's personal collection. They date from between May of 1928 to April of 1934. One photograph features Donald McLaughlin standing near a house. The remaining photographs feature the Melfort dam and reservoir in various stages of thaw and flooding.
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 two black and white photographs from Alfred Craig's personal collection. One features 34 boys standing/sitting in front of a building, (taken approx. 1934). The other photograph is a formal portrait of Laura Craig believed to have been taken during the 1940s.
Fonds include black and white photographs and negatives of Melfort, surrounding district, farmsteads, and threshing activities, as well as McAusland, Robson, Kirkpatick, and Sparrow family photographs.
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.