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- [ca. 1925]
Part of Military Collection
Photo of the Indian Head Cenotaph, soon after its construction. It was located in Veterans' Memorial Park along North Railway Ave south of the intersection of Otterloo St. and Houghton St. The cenotaph no longer stands.
- 21 Nov. 1947
Looking south across the Bowl into the courtyard between Saskatchewan Hall and Qu'Appelle Hall. 186 students stand in three rows with torches held aloft, honouring students and alumni who died in World War II. A flare lights up the night sky. Reginald J.M. Parker, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, was on hand to unveil a permanent marker.
- Fonds 2.I
Part of A.S. Morton fonds
This series contains correspondence covering areas of interest to Dr. Morton such as the Canadian North-West Historical Society, the Historic Sites and Monuments Board, the Hudson's Bay Company, International Geographical Union, other universities, the Presbyterian Church, the Provincial Archives, the Provincial Trust for Holding Sites of Historic Interest, the Public Archives of Canada, the Royal Society of Canada, the Saskatchewan Historical Society and Association, the U of S, students and Western Canadian History.
Morton, Arthur Silver, 1870-1945 (Professor of History)
- [between 1920 and 1939]
Part of Melfort General Photo collection
View of a sign post that reads: "The Great Divide" in the centre with Alberta on the right and British Columbia on the left. There is a cairn in the foreground near the centre, and a mountain in the background.