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.
This fonds contains the weekly newspaper on microfilm from 1905 to present, black and white photographs taken by the Humboldt Journal staff that were published in the newspaper of Humboldt and surrounding area. It also includes promotional material and business material printed by the commercial printing side of the Journal operations
This fonds contains programs from various jubilees, anniversary and other celebrations, St. Ursula Academy bulletins, newsletters, year books and oral history cassette tapes. Photographs are from various school activities, artwork, missions and fund-raisers
This fonds contains five photo albums from 1982 to 2005 containing photographs, programs and newspaper clippings for recitals, as well as scrapbooks containing newspaper articles about the dance club and the members' activities from 1989 – 2001
The fonds contains one black and white photograph from Audrey Anna Beth Lefebvre's private collection. It is a photograph of a Melfort curling team at a bonspiel. The team members include: Cliff Dobson, Jack Reid, Gordon McPherson, Elva Dobson, and Jimmy Stewart.
This fonds includes minutes, committee reports, conference proceedings and correspondence, as well as the personal papers of three Basilian fathers: Father Henry Carr, CSB; Father Paul Mallon, CSB; and Father Eugene Cullinane, CSB.
This fonds includes correspondence, minutes, manuscripts, Kenney research materials, bulletins, reports, constitution, brochures, information dealing with executive and annual meetings, and membership lists.
The fonds includes records of the pre-publication period 1981 to 1983 as well as the publication period 1983 to 1986. The records include correspondence, manuscripts, subscription records, interview transcriptions, letters to the editor, and editorial board minutes plus a few audiotapes and photographs.
Fonds consists of files kept by English Professor Lucy Murray relating to University bodies with which she was associated. Included are minutes, reports, correspondence, and other documents pertaining to the Library Committee (1954-1960), the Scholarship Committee (1958-1963), the Registrar's Committee (1963-1964), the Committee on Studies (1960-1964), and the Department of English (1956-1966).