This fonds contains photocopies of the Daily Registers for attendance of students at the Buffalo Lake School S.D. No. 119 kept by the teachers. Also included are photocopies of a financial ledger documenting the expenditures of the said school.
This fonds consists of series of minute books and a cash book of the Quincy Ladies Aid. Also included are memos pertaining to the sale of a portion of the Quincy school land. It was sold to the province for the widening of a highway.
This fonds consists of a five series dealing with the Moose Jaw Old Timers Association. One regarding the general business of the association, another focused on the annual banquet and dance given by the association for its members. A series of the history notes of the Moose Jaw area, pioneer lists and a publication of history for Moose Jaw's Golden Jubilee. Another series contains the records of the associations banquets and the final series is made up of correspondence to the organization.
This fonds consists of several series dealing with the activities of J. E. Pascoe during his time as Member of Parliament, Chairman of the Golden Jubilee Committee, the Mayor of Moose Jaw and as a private citizen. See General Note.
The fonds consists of material pertaining to the administration and history of the Moose Jaw General Hospital. Such material includes photocopied meeting minutes of the Moose Jaw Hospital Board, correspondences, reports, and meeting minutes of the Centralized Teaching Program Board of Administration, correspondences, reports, and awards lists regarding graduating nurses, the administrative and structural history of the hospital, and booklets published for it’s reincarnation as the Moose Jaw Union Hospital.
This fonds consists of seven scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, cards, letters, memorabilia and photographs of many topics including family, antiques, the auction business, and British royalty compiled by Laurie Drackett and his second wife Hazel Drackett. There are two posters advertising auction sales and one listing an implement dealers competition, as well as a sheet of blank letterhead and an envelope.
This fonds consists of three series concerning Society business and operations as a Branch of the Provincial Historical Association. Another series documents conservation efforts of the Society. The final series provides local historical background and essays that were collected and some broadcast on local radio, by the Society.
This fonds consists of the original "Then and Now" columns written by Harold Davies during the 1950's and 1960's for the Moose Jaw Times Herald newspaper. The articles are dated and arranged in subject categories. On the inside front cover is pasted a newspaper article which is a biography of Harold Davies.
The first accession consists of constitutions of the various levels of the Council’s of Women, minutes, financial records, annual reports, lists of local women’s organizations and scrapbooks containing photographs and press clippings. Annual Meeting Reports contain numerous yearly updates of the activities of the individual constituent organizations. It includes the pamphlets and programs produced and collected by the National Council and the Moose Jaw Council of Women. It also includes annual and abridged reports and yearbooks created by the National Council and collected by the Moose Jaw Council.
The second accession contains three series: Pamphlets and Programs, Reports, and Yearbooks. It includes the pamphlets and programs produced and collected by the National Council and the Moose Jaw Council of Women. It also includes annual and abridged reports and yearbooks created by the National Council and collected by the Moose Jaw Council.
The fonds consists primarily of minutes and correspondence of the Museum Committee. There is some overlap in the inclusive dates of existing correspondence files so it is not clear if these files are those of certain officers, subcommittees or the committee as a whole. One correspondence file also contains interspersed copies of donor forms for artifacts donated to the museum.