This fonds contains five series, the first consists of the records kept by the War Services Council and the War Services Auxiliary. Included is an Honour Roll of Moose Jaw servicemen, reports of the Parcels and Records Committee, two binders of newspaper reports on local servicemen killed, missing in action, or taken prisoner of war. There are also acknowledgment and thank you letters from parents to Moose Jaw City Council for the memorials and tributes paid to their fallen sons. There are two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of war-related news. The second series contains 2 Visitor Books and a Reception and Adopted Homes Book of the War Services Club. The third series is financial records, including receipts, statements and ledgers. The fourth series is made up of minutes, reports and by-laws. The final series is comprised of correspondence, including thank you notes and letters relating to ration amounts.
This series consists of two Visitor Books signed by those visiting the War Services Club and a volume that recorded requests of servicemen and hosts to arrange hospitality, meals, and board on certain occasions from 1940 to 1944.
This series contains meeting minutes, by-laws, and declarations. It includes descriptions of the organization’s various committees as well as their reports received by the executive committee. It also contains one rubber stamp that reads: 'Moose Jaw War Co-Ordinating War Services Council / Chairman or Vice Chairman/ Treasurer’. The stamp appears on various reports throughout the series and fonds.
This series holds correspondences relating to donations, many of these are in the form of thank you notes to donors. It also includes Ration Administration forms and correspondence. This material is regarding the ratios provided to the organization – forms sent by the Council and letters from the Ratio Administration asking for clarification on the forms.
This fonds contains a supposed membership list of the local K.K.K. Gathered by the provincial government it is unclear as to it being a provincial list or just those members in the Moose Jaw area. Also included is a letter from the Provincial Archivist confirming its return to the Moose Jaw Archives.
This series consists of a supposed membership list of the local K.K.K. Gathered by the provincial government it is unclear as to it being a provincial list or just those members in the Moose Jaw area. Also included is a letter from the Provincial Archivist confirming its return to the Moose Jaw Archives.
The Elks Club fonds consists of 11 series: Scrapbooks and Clippings, Financial Records, Legal Documents, Meetings and Conferences, Publications, Correspondence, Membership, Events, Rules and Regulations, History of the Lodge and Lodge Renovations. This fonds also contains some material from the Elks Club auxiliary group, The Order of the Royal Purple.
This series contains documents regarding proposed additions in 1986 and renovations in 1958 to the Elks’ lodge. It consists of contracts with the contractors, construction specifications and architectural drawings.
The Agnes (Frejd) Richards fonds consists of 34 cm of textual records. This includes 16 textbooks brought from Ontario to assist Mrs. Richards in her classroom. The textbooks cover a variety of subjects, such as poetry, composition, history, nature study, and arithmetic.
This fonds is material pertaining to Harold John “Jack” Elliott. It includes material from his memorial service, his military and police service, and items from his childhood. There are three series in this fonds: Memorial Service, Military and Police Service, and Memorabilia.
This series contains material related to Elliott’s military and police service. It includes a scrapbook of WWII photographs and notes, a book about WWII and photographs taken during his military and police service.