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Face the North Wind

A paperback book written by A. L. Karras telling the story of two trappers named Fred and Ed Theriau who lived in the Canadian north in the 1920s.

Karras, Art, 1914-1999 (author)

North to Cree Lake

A 256-page hardcover book with a sleeve written by A. L. Karras and detailing the time he spent with his brother, Ab, as a professional trapper in the Canadian north from 1932 to 1939. SBN 671-27071-0

Karras, Art, 1914-1999 (author)

Sunny Slope School District #1843 - Envelope addressed to Mrs. Ernest Prior

An envelope addressed to "Mrs. Ernest Prior Indian Head, Sask." containing two letters - dated February 17 and February 21, 1964 - from A.L. Karras, Secretary-Treasurer of Indian Head School Unit #19. The letters apparently relate to school consolidation. The first letter announced an Indian Head School Unit Board meeting to be held in April to which all rural school district delegates were invited. The second letter announced the 49th Annual Convention of the Saskatchewan School Trustees Association at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina on March 9-12, 1964, and invited rural school district delegates to attend at their own expense. A folded undated piece of paper entitled "claim for hail damage (Harry Hitchens - labour) was also in the envelope with the inscription on the reverse "(Mrs) Muriel Prior Secretary Sunny Slope S.D. #1843".

Karras, Art, 1914-1999 (author)