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Saskatchewan Indian Federated College fonds

  • FNUC-1
  • Fondo
  • 1973-1987

This fonds contains records created and utilized by faculty and staff of the college for both administrative and educational purposes. Those records which have been appraised and described have been divided into 5 sous-fonds: I. President's Office; II. Administration; III. Dennis Acoose (former SIFC Acting Director, Vice President, and instructor); IV. Student Services; V. Employment Orientation Program.

Saskatchewan Indian Federated College

Herb Butz fonds

  • SCM-RG-0007
  • Fondo
  • ? - 2003-10-14

The fonds, related to James Borthwick and the Elmwood Golf and Country Club, was accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

Borthwick, Jim

Hugh Henry fonds

  • SCM-RG-0009
  • Fondo
  • ? - 2002-04-08

The fonds, related to the Shortgrass Writers Guild, the Southwest Saskatchewan Writers Project, the Swift Current Film Society, and the Swift Current Social Justice Coordinating Committee were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described.

Southwest Saskatchewan Writers Project

Lawrence Schatkoski fonds

  • SCM-RG-0013
  • Fondo
  • ? - 2002-07-23

The fonds, related to the Belvidere Rural Telephone Company Limited and the Rural Municipality of Swift Current Number 137, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described.

Belvidere Rural Telephone Company Limited

Richard Burke fonds

  • SCM-RG-0016
  • Fondo
  • 1927 - 1972

The fonds, related to the 16th/22nd Saskatchewan Horse and William W. Cooper, were accumulated by the source.

The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

A.2003.10 (William W. Cooper)

Folder #1:
address book of customers, ca. 1967;
shares of the WW Cooper store, issued to W.W. Cooper, 1927;
Cooper's Store News issues: March & April 1924; September & October 1924; Christmas 1924 (2 copies); January 1925; February 1925 (3 copies); March 1925; June 1925; July 1925; October 1925; January 1926; February 1926; Summer 1933; Christmas 1948 (3 copies);
Cooper's Anniversary News, June 1933 (6 copies);
"The North West Mounted Police - The Winning of the West" (5 pages)

Folder #2 (documents pertaining to W.W. Cooper's visit to Russia in 1931):
poster for a talk on Russia given by WW Cooper;
booklet, "Intimate Impressions of Russia Discussed in a Lecture by W.W. Cooper" (6 copies);
notes for a speech on Russia;
newspaper clippings, re: Russia, communism;
correspondence, re: First United Church's 60th Anniversary in 1972, along with ribbon, list of congregation members and photo #1: members of the First United Church congregation in the church, 1972;
City of Swift Current tax notice, 1935;
speech from Mrs. W.W. Cooper to the Women's Missionary Society of the Metropolitan Church, upon her birthday, 1923;
employee newsletter, "The Cooperator", November 1948;
letters from W.W. Cooper's grandsons (Alfred Cooper's sons) Bill and Peter, 1962;
correspondence with W.A. Bingham, re: oil burners, 1929

Folder #3:
Honorary Address to Mr. W.W. Cooper from the staff on the occasion of the store's 40th Birthday, June 4, 1943" (signed by all staff members)

Folder #4 (newspapers):
Cooper's Anniversary News, June 1933;
excerpt from The Sun, February 4,1953 (article on the purchase of the W.W. Cooper store by Pioneer Co-Op);
The Sun, October 27,1948 (article on the death of William Wesley Cooper)

Envelope #1:
essay by Phoebe Matthie, "The W.W. Cooper Memorial Scholarship Committee";
grades for Phoebe Matthie from the University of Saskatchewan, 1952;
photos #2 - #7, re: Phoebe Matthie's photographs from the University of Saskatchewan

Envelope #2:
personal correspondence addressed to Gordon Cooper, the son of W.W. Cooper, 1933 to 1962, including a marriage announcement for Gordon and Dorothy Wilkins, 1933;
postcards from their daughter Colleen in 1962;
various letters from friends and relatives;
photographs #8 - #10: unidentified individuals at an outdoor reception, perhaps a wedding; #11: two unidentified women sitting on a couch; #12 - #15: a family at Easter in 1983, Robert, Audrey (mother and father), Carissa Dawn and Christopher Robert (daughter and son) and an older women referred to as "myself"; #16: a family in Christmas of 1982, Robert, "myself", Donald and Gerald; #17 - #19: unidentified individuals; #20: W.W. (William Wesley) Cooper taken October 1923; Programs for the 5th annual and the 11th annual W.W. Cooper Co. banquet

Envelope #3:
handwritten document about trip to Hudson's Bay and Churchill, Manitoba, August 6 - 11 1947 (author unknown, likely W.W. Cooper, 10 pages);
"Canadian National Railways (Western Region) Passenger Traffic Department North of 54" (20 pages);
photos #21 - #64, photos and postcards from northern communities ( e.g. Flin Flon and Churchill, Manitoba), including people, sled dogs and seal hunting;
brochure for a CPR holiday that involves travel from Regina, Saskatchewan to Churchill, Manitoba and back to Regina, SK;
newsletter: "Eskimo" from Churchill, MB, June 1947, published by the Oblate Fathers of the Hudson Bay Vicariate

Volume #1: "Bylaws of Unity Chapter No. 10" Royal Arch Masons
Volume #2: "Constitution of the Grand Chapter of the Royal Arch Masons of Saskatchewan", 1929
Volume #3: "Constitution of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan"
Volume #4: "Constitution and By-Laws" for Swift Current Lodge of the Independent Order of Oddfellows
Volume #5: "Swift Current Lodge No. 26 Bylaws", Masons
Volume #6: Financial statement, W.W. Cooper Store, "Report on Accounts For the year ended January 31, 1935"
Volume #7: Cooper Store News, 1919 - 1931
Volume #8: Cooper Store News, 1932 - 1952

A.2003.11 (16th/22nd Saskatchewan Horse)

  • Order papers for 7th Calvary Brigade, Dundurn;1938
  • Court Inquiry, Capt. Cooper
  • Order papers (camp daily orders), Dundurn; July 1939
  • Order papers (camp daily orders), Dundurn; July 1940
  • Administration instructions, Dundurn;1939
  • Tactical Exercises, Dundurn;1939
  • Standing orders, Dundurn;1939
  • Memo on judging efficiency
  • Photographs and correspondence

Paul Rezansoff fonds

  • SCM-RG-0017
  • Fondo
  • 25 July 2001

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Arts And Heritage Committee, Hoffman James Powley, Swift Current Community Arts Council, Swift Current Overture Concert Association, Swift Current Tourism Committee, and the Horseshoe Tourism Region, were accumulated by the source.

Swift Current Museum fonds

  • SCM-RG-0024
  • Fondo
  • 1933 - 1994

The fonds, related to the Swift Current Tourism Committee, the Horseshoe Tourism Region, Quota Club, Swift Current Natural History Society, Swift Current Rotary Club, Swift Current Indians, Hall's Legionnaires, Swift Current Broncos, Swift Current and District Men's Fastball League, curling, Museums Association of Saskatchewan - Prairie Trails Museum Network, and the Swift Current Museum were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum for records not generated by the Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

A.1996.3 (Swift Current Natural History Society)

  • Saskatchewan Natural History Society newsletters
  • Swift Current Museum Newsletters
  • Receipt book from Swift Current Museum Board
  • Various letters and correspondence

A.1997.7 (Quota Club)
-program, Charter night March 1936; “Guest Log” 1938 – 1956 (wooden covers); duo-tang “Quota Club International Incorporated District Eleven Roster Revised 1954", contains names, phone numbers and occupations of all members in all cities in District 11 (including Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatchewan); scrapbook containing photos, newspaper clippings from 1936 - 1960, list of Charter members: Gladys Andrews; Margaret Andrews; Lily Brooksbank; Muriel Cameron; Isabel Carmichael; Mildred Grinder; Ruby Klingman; Alda Lamm; Flora Law; Ruby Martin; Effie Marlatt; Gwen May; Florence MacWilliam; Marguerite MacWilliam; Alice Wik; and Marie Young, printed brochures for Quota Club International, two badges for the H.M.C.S. Minesweeper Swift Current (one bearing an image of the bulldog, Winnie); Swift Current brochure ca. 1950s, campaign material to get Genevieve Begg elected as President of Quota Club International, a copy of "Golden Furrows", other Quota Club material.

Photo list:

  1. float in a parade, a priest preaching to people in aboriginal costume, "D. McIntyre" on the cab of the truck
  2. photo of the Swift Current Quota Club charter from 1936
  3. Vimy Ridge Memorial, July 26, 1936, taken by Lily Brooksbank
  4. a young woman wearing a crown and a white gown, Jean, voted 'Queen of the Home Front", Frontier Days parade, ca. 1941
  5. Kinetic Club float in Frontier Days parade, ca. 1941
  6. Quota Club float in a Frontier Days parade, likely International Days, 1939
  7. Quota Cub float in the Frontier Days parade, ca. 1940-41
  8. a young woman wearing a nursing uniform on the front steps of a house, identified as Miss Marie Young
  9. photo of the H.M.C. Minesweeper "Swift Current"
  10. Gladys Chattergoon, recipient of the International Quota Club scholarship, 1952
  11. an unidentified woman in a white gown sitting on a couch
  12. photo of the Grace Atkinson trophy for Publicity and Public Relations
  13. Anne Morrison of Swift Current presenting something to Gladys Herrington, the first Canadian president of Quota Club International
  14. headshot of young women, identified as Shirley Weese, scholarship winner from Winnipeg
  15. three women packing Christmas hampers, 1955, identified as Genevieve Begg, Margaret Webster, and Alice Belbeck
  16. Genevieve Begg
  17. a cake on a dining room table, June 13,1956
  18. two women in a living room, identified as Mary Moore and Margaret Webster, June 13,1956
  19. Quota Club members in a living room, identified as: Effie Marlatt-Biro, Eva Pfeiffer, Esther Coombs, Mildred McKenzie, Connie Stark, Mary Moore, Alma Hawthorne, Genevieve Begg, Trudy Wharton, Bernice Chalmers, Barbara Morice, Margaret Webster, Dorothy McCullough, Maude Elliott
  20. Mr. MacAinsh, resident at Prairie Pioneer Lodge, choosing a book from the library set up by the Quota Club, with Reta Moran, Ruth Bissell, Alma Hawthorne, Mona Smith, 1958
  21. Quota Club members in a living room: Barbara Morice, Mrs. Woods, Anne Allen, Ruth Bissell, Mona Smith, Madeline Carroll, Mildred McKenzie, Alma Hawthorne, Reta Moran, Florence Desjardines, Genevieve Begg, Bernice Chalmers, Effie Marlatt-Biro, Lillian Peel, Mary Genereux
  22. small photo of Maude Elliott

Women in newspaper photograph or headline, identified as: Mrs. E.J. White, Nan McNie, Heather McIntosh, Anne Morrison, Mrs. A.B. Elloitt, Jean MacKay, Mrs. P.J. Dean, Mrs. Verda Towne, Marie Young, Genevieve Begg, Dorothy McWilliam, Grace Atkinson, Maude Elliott, Constance Stark, Florence Latimer, Florence Desjardines, Mae Davidson, Beatrice English, Alice Belbeck, Mrs. A.P. Mckenzie, Reta Moran, Dolores Crisp, G.E. Agnott, Donna Booker, Jacquie Baxter

Women in 1981.x.2
Top row: Florence MacWilliam, Alice Wik, Maude Elliott, Flora Law (later Puckett), Alda Lamm, Frieda McIntyre, Greta McWilliam (later Whiteside), centre row: Gwen May, Effie Marlatt (later Biro), Dorothy McWilliam, Ruby Scott, Lily Brooksbank, Alice Mitchell, Mildred Grinder (later McKenzie), front row: Gertrude Keyl, Marie Young, Jean Webster, Agnes McKay

A.1997.8 (Swift Current Rotary Club)
-consists of an album containing personal statements from homesteaders in Swift Current, complied in 1955 and commemorating Saskatchewan's 50 year anniversary (all names are alphabetical). Each page contains a name, the dates that the person resided in Swift Current, where they lived in 1955, their date and place of birth, personal remarks, and a signature.

A.1999.9 (Swift Current Museum)
Box #1.
-ledger, Swift Current School Museum Catalogue, contains information on collections; 1933 - 1934
-museum guest book; 1984 - 1990
-report, "Report on Development of Swift Current Museum"; 1960
-Swift Current Museum profile, December 31, 1988
-Swift Current Museum Board receipt book, June 4, 1966 to June 30, 1989
-ledger, Swift Current Museum; January 1, 1983 to May 18, 1991 (record of gift shop sales)

-folder #1: miscellaneous correspondence between Museum representative and other parties, 1968-1970; bylaw "to provide for the appointment of a Board of Governors of the Thoreson Memorial Museum"; notes on some of the collections; article re: move of museum, 1977.

-folder #2, Gala 85: museum trivia contest, 1985; ad for Heritage Gala'85, 1985; list of "Pioneers";
Heritage Week, 1985

-folder #3, Correspondence: miscellaneous correspondence between representatives of the museum and various recipients, 1971 - 1974

-folder #4, Swift Current Museum newsletters from the 1960s and 1970s: copies of the Swift Current Museum newsletter from volume 1, number 1 to volume 11, number 8

-folder #5, correspondence, re: curator Vera Wilson enrollment in a Canadian Museums Association Training Program

-folder #6: Museum and Gallery (Operating) Grant Applications Forms, 1982 - 1989; Operating Budget Document, 1990; City of Swift Current Financial Statements, December 31,1982; City of Swift Current Financial Statement, December 31,1988

-folder #7: miscellaneous correspondence between representatives of the museum and various recipients, 1974 -1991

-folder #8: minutes of Board meetings, 1964 to 1990; financial and budget documents, 1969 to 1991 (not every year); 1989 Activity Report; correspondence, re: Board members, City Councilors, re: Holderbein collection, re: curators Lillian McBean and Vera Wilson, re: finance, etc.; "A Brief regarding a new Swift Current Museum"; memo from Director of Finance, re: Six Year Capital Budget, 1989; Annual Reports, 1965-1966 to ca. 1974

-folder #9 Merlin Rosser: resume; museum report, 1993, re: museum accomplishments and what still needs to be done, short and long term initiatives; employment paperwork for Merlin Rosser re: going to meetings, conferences

-folder #10, 75th Anniversary Souvenirs: receipts, ledgers, stock requests, etc. re: City of Swift Current 75th Anniversary souvenirs, 1989

-folder #11, Financial Statement: City of Swift Current account inquiry, 1994; City of Swift Current budget appropriation for Museum, 1993, 1994; City of Swift Current listing of program distributions, 1989 - 1991, 1993; City of Swift Current budget appropriation for Art Gallery, 1993

-folder #12, Glenbow Museum: correspondence with Glenbow Museum re: traveling exhibitions (Eskimo Life - Lomen Brothers, Contemporary Indian Artists, The Totem, The Buffalo, Eskimo Prints - Cape Dorset, Africa, Mineral, Plains Indian); "Glenbow Art Circuit 1970 - 1971"; Swift Current Museum newsletter, vol. 1, no. 8; "Glenbow Art Circuit 1971 - 1972"

-folder #13, Electronic Tour: the museum and the Swift Current Lions Club purchased an electronic audio tour of the displays, 1967

-folder #14, Casual Staff, "Swift Current Museum Board Requisition for Payment to City Of Swift Current" forms requesting staff payment; correspondence with John Dyer re: staff payment

(1990 - Sun article about potential upgrades to RC Dahl centre)

Box #2.

Folder #1, Museum History (Swift Current): correspondence between Dr. C.R. Strother-Stewart, Chairman of the Swift Current Museum Board, and Fred Bard, Director of the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, re: labels, cases specimens, for the Swift Current museum, 1969; floor plan of Swift Current Museum; bylaw, "A By-law of the City of Swift Current respecting an Agreement between the City of Swift Current and the Executors of the Estate of the late Charles Thoreson, Deceased"; brochure for the Official Opening of the "Swift Current Museum (Thoreson Memorial)", located beneath the public library in the W.A. Beatty Collegiate,1964; document, "A Brief History Regarding A New Swift Current Public Library", 1965; brochure for the Swift Current Museum at the Chaplin Street location, 1983; map, Swift Current Downtown Tourist Guide, ca. 1964 - 1973; document, "The Societies Act/ Application For Incorporation" for the Swift Current Museum (Thoreson Memorial Museum), 1968; correspondence between Dr. Strothers-Stewart, Chairman of the Museum Board, and the Library Inquiry Committee, re: a request to increase the interaction between the Swift Current Museum and Library, 1966; speech, re: campaign for a Museum-Library complex to be situated in the former Armoury building, 1968; document, "A Brief regarding a new Swift Current Museum, to be considered in conjunction with the Brief regarding a new Swift Current Public Library", ca. 1964 to 1973; documents and correspondence pertaining to the incorporation of the Thoreson Memorial Museum under the Societies Act; documents pertaining to goals of the Swift Current Museum, hiring a full time Director; speech, "Large and Small Museums: A Subjective View", J.D. Herbert, Winnipeg, MB, 1966; correspondence from Mrs. Vera Wilson (Clarence) who became curator in 1971; newsletter, Saskatchewan Natural History Society, May 1971

Folder #2: correspondence, re: appointment of Vera Wilson as curator, 1971; misc. correspondence between City Commissioner Murray Butterfield and Secretary-Treasurer J.A. Dyer, pertaining to the Swift Current Museum, 1973, 1974; Annual Report of the Swift Current Museum, 1967 - 1968, 1973; descriptions of firearms in the Museum collection; applications for the position of curator at the Swift Current Museum; job advertisement in the Swift Current Sun; financial information for the Swift Current Museum, 1967 - 1970; correspondence re: an Electronic Guide, supported by the Lions Club; Swift Current Museum board meeting minutes, August 1965, March and October 1967; correspondence, re: insurance of the contents of the Swift Current Museum; recorded hours of Museum paid staff; Swift Current Museum Newsletter, Vol. 1 No. 1, features information about the Museum's passenger pigeon

Folder #3, Museum File: Swift Current Museum Newsletters, Vol. 9 Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 1974; Vol. 10 Nos. 1, 2, 4, 7; correspondence pertaining to Museum financial information, highway signs, sound system, wages for part-time staff, seating, etc. 1974 - 1975

Envelope #1: financial statements for "The Swift Current City Museum Board", August 1963 - December 1972

Envelope #2: deposit slips for the Bank of Montreal, 1966; handwritten deposit record; Bank of Montreal deposit book for "The Swift Current City Museum Board", 1965 - 1966

Envelope #3: six cheque stub books, from April 1961 - June 1975; one blank cheque book; three Bank of Montreal deposit slip books, April 1961 to September 1974

A.2001.3 (Swift Current Tourism Committee / Horseshoe Tourism Region)
Items pertaining to Horseshoe Tourism Association Inc. & SC Tourism Committee:

  • Correspondence
  • Newsletter – "Around the Horseshoe"
  • Brochures / pamphlets
  • Booklet – Official Travel Guide to Southwest Saskatchewan
  • 1995 Official Service & Event Guide (Horseshoe)
    Swift Current Tourism Committee
  • Correspondence
  • SWRA News (South West Recreation Association)
  • Minutes, Tourism Swift Current 1995 - 1998
  • Letters / Correspondence
  • Host Program Options
  • Minutes
  • 'Discover Swift Current Saskatchewan 1998', booklet

A.2004.10 (Swift Current Museum)
Assorted documents, mainly 1960s.

A.2007.18 (Amateur Hockey Teams)
Series 1:
Title: Swift Current Broncos
Dates: 1983-85
Extent: 2 cm textual records
Scope and content: Series contains schedules, correspondence, information on individual players and games

Photographs:

1. Swift Current Broncos, no year

Series 2:
Title: Swift Current Minor Hockey 'A' Tournament of Champions
Dates: 1979, 1983
Extent: 2 cm textual records
Scope and content: series contains schedules and reports, book entitled “Eleventh Annual Tournament of Champions”, 1979

Series 3:
Title: Swift Current Minor Hockey Association Interprovincial Midget 'A' Tournament of Champions Official Score Sheets
Dates: 1984
Extent: less than 1 cm textual records
Scope and content: series contains Swift Current Minor Hockey Association Interprovincial Midget 'A' Tournament of Champions Official Score Sheets

Series 4:
Title: Broncos Rodeo
Dates: 1984
Extent: less than 1 cm textual records
Scope and content: series contains information pertaining to the Swift Current Bronco’s Professional Indoor Rodeo; biography of rodeo clown Ernie Marshall

Series 5:
Title: Former Broncos
Dates:
Extent: less than 1 cm textual records
Scope and content: series contains: a newspaper feature on Brian Trottier; photo of Ross Lambert; photo and resume of Dave Schultz

Photographs:

2. Dave Schultz

3. Ross Lambert

Series 6:
Title: Hall’s Legionnaires
Dates: 1983-84.
Extent: 1 cm textual records
Scope and content: series contains official score sheets, schedules, statistics and league standings, photograph

Photographs:

4. Hall’s Legionnaires hockey team

Series 7:
Title: Saskatchewan Amateur Junior Hockey League: Swift Current Indian’s Hockey Club
Dates: 1985-86.
Extent: 2 cm textual records
Scope and content: series contains team standings; league statistics; press releases; programs

A.2007.19 (Swift Current and District Men's Fastball League)
Envelope #1.
Title: Kyle Merchants
Dates: 1983
Extent: 10 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

1. Gord Neustater

2. Derryl Hildebrandt

3. Ray Robinson

4. Rempel

5. Alvin Rempel

6. Roy Fehr

7. Corny (Cornie) Redekopp

8. Reg Robinson

9. Rod Neustater

10. Marcel Geinet.

Missing: Darcy Fehr; Peter Fehr.

(Kyle Kin. Merchants photos)

Envelope #2.
Title: JJ’s Blueboys
Dates: 1983
Extent: 8 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

11. Ben Wiebe

12. Rick Friesen

13. Danny Mansky

14. Dale Corbett

15. John Hamilton

16. Lorne Wallace

17. Dan MacLaurin

18. Jack Judiesch.

Envelope #3.
Title: Burnham
Dates: 1983
Extent: 12 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

19. Brian Hammer

20. Garney Horne

21. Greg Targerson

22. Cee Targerson

23. Doug Smith

24. Blaine Braaten

25. Stan Herbert

26. Kirk Williamson

27. Ron Laplaute

28. Al Lightfoot

29. Rick McGill

30. Ronnie Wilson

Envelope #4.
Title: Hillcrest Ambassadors
Dates: 1983
Extent: 11 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

31. Ken Thomas

32. Barry Peterson

33. Jay Greenwood

34. Steve Mastaler

35. John Wiebe

36. Andy Corney

37. Dave Brigham

38. Garvin Koldingness

39. Bruce Klassen

40. Jerry Fisher

41. Victor Heese.

Missing: Brian Wieins, Wayne Mahaffey; John Pribyl.

Envelope #5.
Title: Herbert Wheat Kings
Dates: 1983
Extent: 8 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

42 - #47. unidentified men wearing Herbert Wheat Kings baseball uniforms

48. Al Thiessen, pitcher

49. Lorne Voth, catcher

50. unidentified man in a Herbert Wheat Kings uniform

Envelope #6.
Title: Frontier Court
Dates: 1983
Extent: 7 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

51. Dick Krahn

52. Jake Knelson

53. Rod Munro

54. Lionel Wall

55. Dave Nackonechny

56. Brad Wall

57. Dave Wiebe.

Missing: Paul Staats; Gilbert Reimer.

Envelope #7.
Title: Imperial 400’s
Dates: 1983
Extent: 6 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs

58. Wilf Montgomery

59. Benny Belter

60. Dave Niessen

61. Murray Tippe

62. John Cave

63. Bill Tisdale.

Envelope #8.
Title: Standard Motors
Dates: 1983
Extent: 10 photographs
Scope and content: series contains the following photographs –

64. Marc Wall

65. Landis Sather

66. Garth Burnett

67. Neil Reimer

68. Jeff Donaldson

69. Arnie Rempel

70. Brad Munro

71. Doug Hildebrand

72. Rick Manczuk

73. Ron Woods.

Discrete items: schedule and team information for 1983.

A.2007.20 (Curling)

  1. the Kirk Ziola rink from Estevan after defeating Rick Folk in the Labatt Tankard Provincial Men’s Curling Championship, featuring Monte Ziola, Jim Packet and John Grundy

  2. Kirk and Monte Ziola after winning the the Labatt Tankard Provincial Men’s Curling Championship

  3. Brad Service rink of Gull Lake, Brian Moberg, Tom Graham, Jim Bradley and Brad Service, winners of Gull Lake Men’s Open Bonspiel

  4. Harvey Tuscherer and Bob Van Wormer at the Santa Mixed Spiel

  5. Skip Wally Bateman with Maurice Porter, Harvey Yanke and Bob Dafoe at the Molson’s Spiel of Fortune

  6. Skip Peter Neufeld at the Men’s District Playdowns

  7. Skip Pat Thompson and his rink of Kelly Fortman, Sam Wendrick, and Richard Van Kennel

  8. Skip Jean Ward

  9. Ron Mills and Rick Folk

A.2008.13 (Museums Association of Saskatchewan - Prairie Trails Museum Network)
Minutes and financial information, 1998 - 2006; Carr-McLean receipts for collection and archival supplies.

A.2009.9 (Expenses Recoverable 1954)
-Expenses Recoverable 1954 folder, found in collection

Swift Current Tourism Committee

Beaver Flats Rural Telephone Company Limited fonds

  • SCM-RG-0028
  • Fondo
  • 27 October 2008

The fonds, related to the Beaver Flats Rural Telephone Company Limited, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

Volume 1: Debenture Register for Beaver Flats Rural Telephone Company, 1961 – 1975, payable at Pioneer Co-operators Credit Union (the debentures are sold to local individuals)

Volume 2: Minute book for Directors’ meetings of the Beaver Flats Rural Telephone Company, March 23, 1914 – January 6, 1938, (includes first organizing meeting)

Volume 3: Account book, October 27,1916 – December 31,1919 and October 23 1950, keeps track of customers and when their telephone service was connected, their phone numbers and their land descriptions, also contains a list of the individuals who purchased debentures (see Volume 1)

Volume 4: Account book, March 27,1914 – December 15,1918, and April 25,1961 – November 1,1963, contains names, occupations, & land descriptions of shareholders,

Volume 5: Minute book for meetings pertaining to the Beaver Flats Rural Telephone Company, April 20,1961 – May 9,1977, contains the company’s regulations that were drafted in July 1962, contains a letter pertaining to the dissolution of the telephone company in 1977, and a list of subscribers as of March 28, 1977

Volume 6: Share certificates for the Beaver Flats Rural Telephone Company (worth $5 each), signed by President J.K. Austring, 7 certificates are loose, the remainder are still fastened in the book

Discrete Object: Seal of Beaver Flats Rural Telephone Co.

Beaver Flats Rural Telephone Company Limited

Colleen Irwin fonds

  • SCM-RG-0032
  • Fondo
  • 20 January 2003

The fonds, related to George Spence, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:
-Volume 1 Appointments: green appointment book belonging to Ivy Spence, appointments for tea and luncheons, some inserts including one that reads "Susan's [Irwin] first work of art sent to Nanna Jan 28 1950 (3 yrs old)".

-Volume 2: booklet entitled Session 1943 House of Commons/Special Committee on Reconstruction and Re-establishment/Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence, at which George Spence was a witness, 1943

-Volume 3: booklet entitled "Address on Reclamation and Conservation on the Prairies" to the Geographical Society, Winnipeg, Manitoba, by The Honourable George Spence, Commissioner, International Joint Commission, 1954

-Volume 4: green scrapbook, including an envelope with newspaper clipping and correspondence of George and Ivy Spence; scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, re: George and Ivy Spence and their family, George Spence's career, Ivy Spence's social activities; place cards from dinner parties, brochure on the International Peace Gardens, photograph of a large group of men and one woman outside a building in Regina, probably the Saskatchewan Legislature

-Envelope 1, "International Joint Commission": "My Creed", 1931; copies of a newspaper article about George Spence, 1958

-Envelope 2, "Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario": an envelope containing cards, invitations, notes and correspondence for George and Ivy Spence, ca. 1947 - 1949; brochure on the Empire State Building Observatory, 1949; brochure for Lee Mansion Memorial in Virginia

-Envelope 3, "Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Office": envelope addressed to Ivy Spence containing a certificate, re: a medal to be worn by Ivy Spence for the 1937 Coronation (medal not accompanying document), a letter sent to George Spence from his daughter Irene when she is at the University of Saskatchewan (mentions a date with Noble Irwin and war work, enlistment, etc.), a poem called "To A Sparrow" dedicated to the Spence's eldest daughter Irene by William Barnard; two copies of the program for the University of Saskatchewan's convocation ceremony, May 1948; program for commencement at Regina Grey Nuns' Hospital School of Nursing, 1945 (Irene Spence won medal for Highest Efficiency in Obstetrics); envelope containing an invitation to the commencement exercises for the Regina Grey Nuns' Hospital School of Nursing, 1945, and two invitations to the University of Saskatchewan's Convocation Ball, 1948; program for the Retail Merchants' Association of Canada, Saskatchewan Branch Banquet and Dance at Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina celebrating the 1937 coronation of George VI; hand-drawn diagram of seating arrangements (?); program for the University of Saskatchewan's convocation ceremony, May 1945; invitation to an afternoon reception for graduates of the University of Saskatchewan, 1948; newspaper clipping, re: graduates of Regina Grey Nuns' Hospital School of Nursing, 1945

-Envelope 3, "Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Office": invitations for George and Ivy Spence for tea, luncheon, supper; tourist brochures for Colonial Williamsburg, Fort George (Niagara-On-the-Lake), Niagara's Parks, The Old Mill (Toronto), the Thomas Jefferson Inn, Chesapeake Bay Ferries, Monticello (Virginia), Canadian Pacific Scenic Domes; programs for "Showplace" at Radio City Music Hall, ca, 1950s; Capital Airlines schedule, 1955; brochure for Niagara Falls Preservation Program; booklet, "On the Death of King George the Sixth", CBC, 1952; programs, banquet honoring CPR Construction Engineers, at Orkney, SK, 1925; birthday cards given to Mrs. George (Ivy) Spence; Clan map of Scotland from the Washington Post, 1954; newspaper clipping about the wedding of Enid Dixon and Jack Hammill; communion program from St. Paul's Memorial Church, Virginia, 1957; train schedule, Chicago-Milwaukee and St. Paul Pacific; booklet, Birthday Edition Journal; booklet, Local Council of Women of Regina, 1926

-Envelope 4, "Mr. Geo. Spence, M.P. Orkney, Sask.": envelope containing cards, invitations, programs, etc. for Mr. and Mrs. Spence, ca. 1920s, re: parliamentary affairs (Spence was an MP); other invitations, programs, correspondence, etc. received by George Spence in his position as MP for Maple Creek, ca. 1920s; booklet, 'The Interdependence of British Trade and British Immigration', a summary of two speeches made by George Spence, Minister of Public Works, 1936; an envelope of photographs (2 - 19, see below for list); correspondence; re: Order of the British Empire, received by George Spence, 1946; instructions for attending a "Drawing Room" the the Governor-General, February 19 1927; handout, House of Commons Debates: Official Report Speech of Mr. George Spence, member for Maple Creek on the Budget; postcard from Italy, to George Spence, from R.B.W.

-Envelope 5, "Queen's Visit to Canada June 26th, 1959 - Montreal, St. Lawrence Seaway": newspapers, The National Star, June 2,5 1959; The Montreal Gazette, June 26, 1959; The Montreal Star, June 25, 1959; The Montreal Star, June 25, 1959, p. 19; The Montreal Star, June 25, 1959, p. 17-32; The Montreal Gazette, June 26, 1959; The Montreal Star, June 25, 1959; The Montreal Gazette, June 26, 1959

-Envelope 6, "Dominion Department of Agriculture Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Office": invitation to an International Joint Commission event, 1952; wedding announcement for Irene Spence and Captain Noble Irwin, July 7 1945; certificate, re: a medal to be worn by George Spence for the 1937 Coronation (medal not accompanying document)

-Envelope 7, article written for Regina Leader-Post Jan. 1960. By Geo. Spence on the Columbia River, B.C.: editorial page from the Leader-Post, January 15 and 16, 1960

-Envelope 8, "International Joint Commission": newspaper clippings, obituaries for Marie Reid (Huffman), Sarah Wilson Kerr (Sharman); weddings of Marie Huffman and J.A. Reid, Rea Spence and Oliver Pederson; Spence's career with PFRA and IJC; birth announcement for Janice Marie Call (Stanley and Annabelle), other birth announcements

-Envelope 9, "Western Producer/On George Spence" by Grant McEwan Jan. 1958: newspaper, Western Producer, June 16, 1948 (pp.15-16 and 25-26, 2 copies); Leader-Post, April 7, 1962 (1-2, 7-8)

-Envelope 10, "Stories Written By Cowhand Author George Spence and Lord Tweedsmuir's Visit to Val Marie": newspaper clippings, re: George Spence's career, 1952, 1956, articles by George Spence under the alias Cowhand, 1944, 1945, 1951, 1956, visit of Governor General Tweedsmuir to Val Marie, 1949; booklet, "Water for the Prairies", by George Spence, published by the Canadian Geographical Journal, June 1952

-Envelope 11: "clippings/ L.B. Thompson funeral/the Naughton wedding - Ottawa": newspaper clippings, re: wedding of Helen Claxton to Lt. Col. Edward Leslie in Ottawa Citizen, 1957; death of Mayme Evans (n.d.), Leonard (L.B.) Thompson, 1956

-Envelope 12: newspaper clippings, re: South Saskatchewan River Dam, Diefenbaker, George Spence's career, 1958

-Envelope 13, "Paper clippings about Geo. Spence and Clippings by Geo. Spence": newspaper clippings: editorials by George Spence, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1953, 1957, 1958, 1959; articles about George Spence's career, 1938 - 1948, 1952, 1953, 1957, 1958, 1959, articles about George Spence (not career related), receiving Order of the British Empire, honourary law degree, 1948; wedding announcement for Eleanor Hedstrom and Ovar Uggen; visit of the Earl of Athlone and Princess Alice to Swift Current, 1941; irrigation on the prairies, 1943, 1946; wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, 1947; ticket to the University of Saskatchewan's Convocation, 1948; articles by George Spence, 1942; retirement of O. Freer from PFRA, n.d.

-Envelope #14: two photographs of George Spence (#20 and #21); invitation for George and Ivy Spence to go to Monticello with Anne and Roger McWhorter; other notes, cards, correspondence for George and Ivy Spence, ca. 1940s; newspaper clippings, re: Hetty Green, PFRA; invitations for George Spence from Lt. Gov. of Saskatchewan to attend the opening of the Legislative Assembly, receptions, other invitations, ca. 1940s; tourist brochures, re: Garrison Dam on the Missouri, Morden, SK; itinerary and map for a tour of the proposed route through the Souris River Basin, 1955; seating arrangements for a luncheon of the executive of the Regina Women's Liberal Club, 1935; cards commemorating deaths of Mary Rogers, 1924, and Eunice McKeen, 1943; invitations for Ivy Spence to visit other women's homes; invitation to attend the opening of parliament, and a skating party, 1926; George Spence's House of Commons traveling passes, CPR railway passes, 1925 - 1927, 1936; diagram of House of Commons seating; invitation to Diamond Jubilee of Confederation, 1927; letter re: Elbow dam, 1947; booklet, "Prevent Duck Depredations", by Floyd H. Davis

-Envelope #15, "Lethbridge Photograph - speaking at ? Jubilee": photo (#22 to #29, see below); letter to Ivy Spence from her brother Charlie, 1943; postcard from George to Ivy, while he was in New York, 1950 (never sent); McLean's Magazine article about George Spence, 1957; article on Remedial Works program at Niagara Falls, 1957; photo #30

-Envelope #16, "Staff Members at tea in Blue Lounge - Dec. 20 - 47": blank lined book, "Government of Canada No. 50", names of guests are written on the pages, between the pages are place cards and invitations, loose pieces of paper also containing lists of names

Photographs:

  1. large group of men and one woman, taken outside the Saskatchewan Legislature in Regina
  2. two women standing on the side of a truck, Louie (last name unknown) and Irene Spence (Irwin)
  3. the front yard of a house, surrounded by trees, presumably "The Bend" in Nanaimo, BC
  4. young child in a yard by a baby carriage unidentified, perhaps Irene Spence (later Irwin)
  5. "The Bend" in Nanaimo, BC
  6. front gardens of a house, "The Bend" in Nanaimo, BC
  7. Irene Spence (later Irwin) and Ethel Spence, in 1938
  8. Irene Spence (later Irwin) and another young woman, ca. 1935
  9. Florence Gardiner's wedding, July 1, 1946, at Lemberg, SK farm home
  10. Florence Gardiner's wedding, July 1, 1946, at Lemberg, SK farm home
  11. two men digging on the prairie, one might be George Spence
  12. Noble Irwin petting a dog, ca. 1940s
  13. Irene Irwin (nee Spence) sitting on a porch, ca. 1940s
  14. wedding party, at Vi Jean's, August 1944, (the photo has been cut so not all of the information is available)
  15. two children on a wooden sidewalk, Kae and Harold Brown
  16. an unidentified young woman by a car
  17. Irene Spence (later Irwin)
  18. Irene Spence (later Irwin), Ivy Spence and Ethel Spence, May 25, 1939
  19. George and Ivy Spence, ca. 1920s
  20. George Spence, ca. 1950s
  21. George Spence, ca. 1950s
  22. George Spence speaking to Lethbridge Board of Trade, 1947
  23. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas May
  24. Arlie and Edna Spence, daughters of Jack Spence
  25. young woman, unidentified as daughter of Jack Spence (see #27)
  26. man and a woman (Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spence?)
  27. six young women, the daughters of Jack Spence, Edith, Beryl, Alice, Rea, Arlie and Edna
  28. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spence and their six daughter (see #27)
  29. George Spence and three unidentified individuals, taken in Victoria BC
  30. group photo taken St. Lawrence Power Project in Cornwall, ON, 1957, presented to George Spence by the International Joint Commission "built in 1935"

Spence, George

Doctor Keene fonds

  • SCM-RG-0036
  • Fondo
  • 1954 - 1965

The fonds, related to Doctor John David Keene, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

-Receipt Book, June 1964 – October 1964, copies of receipts for medical services by Dr. J. D. Keene, Dr. J. J. Fitzgerald, Dr. B. K. Sood
-Receipt Book, October 1964 – February 1965, copies of receipts for medical services by Dr. J. D. Keene, Dr. J. J. Fitzgerald, Dr. Taylor
-Receipt Book, February 1965 – May 1965, copies of receipts for medical services by Dr. J. J. Fitzgerald, Dr. Fernando, Dr. J.D. Keene, Dr. J.J. Gregory
-Ledger, 1954 – 1957 (green) for Dr. Keene, Dr. Brosnan, some receipts fastened to the back pages
-Ledger (coiled notebook), 1960 – 1964
-Ledger (coiled notebook), February 1962 – August 1964
-Farm Ledger, 1964 - 1965, tracks cattle, wages, machinery purchase, seeds, feed, fertilizer and twine, repairs, etc., from Farm Tax Service Limited
-File folders: cancelled cheques from Dr. J.D. Keene; Keene's miscellaneous receipts for supplies, (Pioneer Coop, Swift Current Animal Clinic, Thompson Auto Supplies, Revelstoke Building Supplies); Keene's truck and tractor receipts; Keene's gas and oil receipts; receipts for Keene's cattle purchases and sales; bills and receipts for Keene's light, power and telephone

Keene, Dr. John David

Frontier Radio Club fonds

  • SCM-RG-0041
  • Fondo
  • 1975 - 1995

The fonds, related to the Frontier Radio Club, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

Series 1: Financial
Dates: 1976 - 1982
Extent: 13 cm textual records
Scope and content:
-Receipt Books: May 1976 & March 1978, September 1976 – January 1977, January 1977 – May 1977, May 1977 - February 1978, 1980 (Memberships)
-Bank Deposit Book, May 1976 – December 1980
-Cheque Book, February 1976 – June 1982
-Account Book (red): 1975 - 1980, along with Treasurer’s Report, January – September 1977
-Bank Statements (envelope #1): Western Savings and Credit Union, March – December 1976; January – December 1977; January – December 1978; January – December 1979; January 1980; January 1981; interest advance notice
-Cash: (envelope #2): $6.00 ($1 bill and change)
-Receipts (envelope #3): receipts for services and supplies, etc.
-Statements (envelope #4): 1979 Tax Returns and Financial statements

Series 2: Minutes, correspondence and other documents
Dates: 1976 - 1982
Extent: 15 cm textual records
Scope and content:
-Registration Notebook
-Minute Books: January 1976 - March 1979; January 1980 - October 1982
-Miscellaneous (envelope #5): receipt (Province of Saskatchewan); Resolution of the General Membership; Application under Societies Act; Policy and Procedure – The Plains CB Club Emergency Measures
-Correspondence (envelope #6): Saskatchewan Provincial Secretary; Runzer's Officer Equipment; The Societies Act; Swift Current Bottlers Ltd., etc.
-Application (envelope #7): application for permit to operate a Canadian general radio Service Station in the United States (from Federal Communications Commission)
-Membership (envelope #8): membership applications
-Miscellaneous (folder #:1): correspondence, re: dissolution of club, 1981; Chapter 142 of The Societies Act; correspondence, re: incorporation of club, 1977; financial statement 1980, miscellaneous correspondence, questionnaires completed by members
-Miscellaneous (folder #2): financial statement 1977 – 80; REAP Alberta; various letters; Constitution and Bylaws of the “Southwest Amateur Radio Club”; St. John Ambulance; SGI Insurance; letters from Saskatchewan Province Secretary; receipt from Kinsmen TeleMiracle; poster – Alberta 1st Annual CB Jamboree; Chapter 12 – The Societies Act
-Constitution Preparation (folder 3): "The Societies Act - Application for Incorporation", n.d.
-miscellaneous (folder #4 - brown plastic): The Saskatoon General Radio Club 11th Annual Western Canadian CB Jamboree, 1981; Insurance contract – SGI; various correspondence: newsletters, letters; blank memberships certificates; blank meeting/minutes form; duo-tang: Sask. EMO SEMAD (Saskatchewan Emergency Measures Air Division) exercise NO. 4. 1975, Swift Current, SK; folder containing miscellaneous correspondence with the City of Swift Current; folder containing various correspondence, re: crests and decals; folder containing correspondence, re: Halloween Patrol; notebook containing minutes from January to December 1975, roll call sheet, 1995, names and addresses, “Halloween Patrol” list, guest list; correspondence, re: membership questionnaire
-Red Book – Memberships 1975 – 1980
-Book – “Citizen Band Directory for Southern Saskatchewan June 1975”
-Black Book - Membership 1978 - 1979
-Booklet – Radio / telephone operator handbook, land/sea/air
-Scrapbook – certificates and letters
-Thank you card from the Bennett family, to George Hanna
-six "Frontier City CB Radio Club Swift Current Sask." badges, and three "Frontier City CB Radio Club Swift Current Sask." buttons

Frontier Radio Club

George Schofield fonds

  • SCM-RG-0042
  • Fondo
  • 1936 - 1937

The fonds, related to George Schofield, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

-A list of plays suitable for production by the CCYM Saskatchewan section; "Repertory Bulletin/Theatre of Action", a catalogue of short plays with leftist themes; handwritten speech on Socialism, supporting the Liberal party; letter to the Bureau of Labor and Public Welfare inquiring about payment for two workers, Fay Dudley and Lloyd Schneider; financial report for C.C.F. Saskatchewan; letter to all members of the Saskatchewan Commonwealth Youth Movement; registration for form of organizations for the CCFYM; speech written on stationary from Jeffries's Drug Store in Regina, SK about the CCF cause, author unknown; letter to George Schofield from H.F. Hughes, re: joining a CCF committee and the danger of Communist factions; letter to George Schofield from H.F. Hughes, Activity Secretary, 1937; document on how to organize a Cooperative Youth Movement Unit; handwritten documents bearing local announcements, including J.S. Woodsworth speaking at the Lyric Theatre in Swift Current, SK; open letter to all farmers in the Drouth [Drought] area, from George Schofield, secretary of the Drouth [Drought] Conference Coordinating Committee, 1937; letter from the Bureau of Labour and Public Welfare to all Municipal Secretaries, re: General Instructions and Regulations, Municipal Direct Relief Administration, 1936-1937; C.C.F. Saskatchewan section Directive Board meeting agenda, 1936 (2 copies); correspondence between George Schofield and F. Eliason of United Farmers of Canada, re: a meeting held by the U.F.C. whereat members of the D.C.C.C. (Drouth Conference Co-ordinating Committee) were not invited; documents entitled "How To Form a Lodge of the United Farmers of Canada" and an "Organizer's Report Form"

Joe Young fonds

  • SCM-RG-0049
  • Fondo
  • 15 October 2003

The fonds, related to the 8th Recce, were accumulated by the source from Joyce Haydon. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

4 binders of photocopied pages of text and images

  1. – “Oh What a Muddy War”, vol. 1 part 1
  2. – “Oh What a Muddy War”, vol. 1 part 2
  3. – “Letters from an Ordinary Soldier”, vol. 2 part 1
  4. – “Letters from an Ordinary Soldier”, vol. 2 part 2

Norman McConnachie fonds

  • SCM-RG-0064
  • Fondo
  • 5 April 2007

The fonds, related to a commercial bingo inquiry, were accumulated by the source. No other information was captured at the time of transfer to the Swift Current Museum.

The content has not been professionally appraised, arranged, or described. The following is a basic listing of the unprocessed contents:

-binder of printed papers
-53 audio cassettes

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