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Keith Ewart Photograph Collection

  • MG 259
  • Fonds
  • 1885-2009 (inclusive), 1977-2009 (predominant)

This collection includes images Keith Ewart has taken of structural landmarks, particularly in Saskatchewan, but also from all across Canada. Also, there are glass plates from a Moose Jaw photographer ca. 1915-1920. The collection also contains some images that were not taken by Ewart, but were collected by him.

Ewart, Keith

Sunny South School District #161 Architectural Drawings

One rolled paper with the architectural drawings for the Sunny South School 161 on it. It has an attached sheet with an inscription that details and names those responsible for funding, building and running the new school. The stone schoolhouse, built according to Osment's plans, was located on the southeast corner of NW-16-17-13-W2. The school closed in 1961.

Osment, Arthur James

Don Kerr fonds

  • MG 169
  • Fonds
  • 1898-2017 (inclusive), 1965-2017 (predominant)

This fonds reflects Kerr's vocational and avocational interests. His academic activities include not only his own writing in a variety of genres but also his editing, assessment and review of the contributions of others to prose, poetry, drama and film. His service to the community external to the University is primarily evident in the political, arts and heritage fields.

Kerr, Donald Cameron

J.C. Drinkle Building - Floor Plan

The 4th (Top) Floor Plan of the Drinkle Building, location of the University of Saskatchewan's original campus in 1909 and 1910.

Bio/Historical Note: Drinkle Block No. 1 was built by John Clarence Drinkle in 1909. It was the first large and modern business block in the city and boasted the latest conveniences - elevators and telephones. The building was demolished in 1925 when it was destroyed in fire and was replaced with the McMillan Building around 1927.

Division of Facilities Management fonds

  • RG 2015
  • Fonds
  • 1908-2015

This fonds contains building files from the early years of the University (1916-1949). These files include correspondence with the architect, contractor, superintendent of buildings, architect's representative as well as progress estimates, reports on work completed, and inspection reports. Also included are approximately 1300 slides detailing every element of the original administration building and architectural drawings of campus buildings and a computer tape backup of the scanned architectural plans and drawings.

University of Saskatchewan. Division of Facilities Management

Ian Innes fonds

  • MG 597
  • Fonds
  • n.d., 1915-1984 (inclusive); 1958-1984 (predominant).

This fonds contains images depicting many of the building projects that were done during Innes’ years working on campus. They are not limited to buildings, but include available building sites, roads and walks, landscaping and some graphics. In addition, it includes images of other university campus from around North America, and some from Europe.

Innes, Ian

Manse plans

Series consists of building plans and specifications for various manses or small houses, associated with the United Church in Saskatchewan. Contents include items relating to: Central Butte, Climax, Eastend, Kipling, Lumsden, Midale, Mossbank, Moose Jaw (Grace United Church), Porcupine Plain, Spiritwood, Tomkins, Wawota, and Whitewood.

Architectural Plans and Drawings collection

  • FG 22
  • Collection
  • ca.1954–1968

The collection primarily consists of records relating to the building of various churches, manses and other features associated with the United Church, in Saskatchewan. Contents include architectural plans and blueprints (as well as proposed designs) for church and manse buildings and building sites.

Church plans

Series consists of building plans and blueprints for various churches, additions, and proposed related constructions in Saskatchewan. Contents include items relating to: Avonlea, Camp McKay and Round Lake Mission, Moose Mountain and Carlyle, Carievale, Frontier (Climax Pastoral Charge), Goodwater, Grenfell (Sakimay United), Keeler, LaFleche, Leader, Moose Jaw (Grandview and Minto United), Regina (Carmichael Presbyterian/United, Hillsdale United, St. James United, Whitmore Park United), Rockglen, Semans, Sceptre, Sintalute, Wapella, and an unidentified church (J. Wright, ca.1960) near the Radway Lumber Co.

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