Qu'Appelle (Sask.)



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Excerpts From the Past

12 legal-sized pages of photocopied newspaper articles from the Qu'Appelle Progress (1885-1969) stapled together into one booklet. The booklet was created as a celebration of Qu'Appelle's 75th year as a town. The articles were used in preparing the Qu'Appelle History Book "Qu'Appelle: Footprints to Progress" (ISBN 0-88925-215-7).

Qu'Appelle Historical Society

Qu'Appelle and Edgeley Pastoral Charges fonds

  • FL 527
  • Fonds
  • 1885–2019

The fonds consists of textual materials generated by Qu’Appelle Pastoral Charge and (the later separate) Edgeley Pastoral Charge, as well as its constituent congregations – church boards, committees and related bodies, local women’s units and other groups.

Contents include: minutes of official boards, Managers, Stewards, Session, congregational, Building Committee, Manse Committee and Sunday School meetings; records of local Ladies Aid Societies, Women’s Missionary Society (W.M.S.), Women’s Federation (W.F.), Woman’s Association (W.A.) and United Church Women (UC.W.) groups; various financial records and property files; church history notes, bulletins and directories; historic rolls, communion and membership rolls; and registers of baptisms, marriages, and burials held at Edgeley, Qu’Appelle, and related locations. There is also a small group of minutes and related items from the Arts and Crafts Guild.

Qu'Appelle Pastoral Charge

Rev. G.N. Dobie

Rev. G.N Dobie was the priest of St. John's Anglican Church in Indian Head from 1895 to 1909. He left to become the Warden of St. Chad's College, Regina, and later became Archdeacon and Dean of the Diocese of Qu'Appelle

St. John's Anglican Church (Indian Head)

Woman's Missionary Society Saskatchewan Synod (Presbyterian) fonds

  • FW 06
  • Fonds
  • 1915–1926

The fonds consists of records created by the Saskatchewan Synod branch of the Presbyterian W.M.S., its treasurers and members, as well as records from various Presbyterial W.M.S. groups.

Contents include: branch meeting minutes (1924-1926); treasurer’s accounts (1914-1926); membership records of Junior and Life members; annual meeting programs (1915-1925); and a collection of materials assembled by Mary S. Scott McKechnie, the first president of the [Saskatchewan] Provincial W.M.S. and of Qu’Appelle Presbytery W.M.S. The materials collected by McKechnie include: Presidential Addresses and Annual Reports of the Saskatchewan Presbyterian W.M.S. (1915-1924); history of Presbyterian W.M.S., for Diamond Jubilee (ca.1924); W.M.S. annual meeting programs (1916-1925); Qu’Appelle Presbyterial W.M.S. annual reports (1907-1926); and copies of newsletters “Echo” (Qu’Appelle) and “Progress” (from the Regina Industrial School), along with photographs of pupils at File Hills school (1925), Round Lake School (no date), and Cote Day School (no date).

The collection also includes meeting minutes from W.M.S. Presbyterial groups from Abernethy, Alameda, Prince Albert, Qu’Appelle, and Saskatoon.

Presbyterian Woman’s Missionary Society, Synod of Saskatchewan

Young People's Union Saskatchewan Conference fonds

  • FY 1
  • Fonds
  • 1937–1963

The fonds consists of records created and/or collected by the Saskatchewan Branch of the Young People's Union (Y.P.U.), its members, treasurers, and committee(s).

Contents include: meeting minutes from the Y.P.U. executive and committees; correspondence from the Y.P.U. President; correspondence with and material relating to the national-level Y.P.U.; financial records; convention reports; lists of executive members; files relating to various Y.P.U. activities, including youth caravans; various newsletters and related items collected from other Y.P.U. groups, outside of Saskatchewan; and a collection of Youth Christian Education Leaders Resource materials, including Explorers and Hi-C groups. There are also minutes and reports from Presbyterial-level Y.P.U. units, in Kamsack, Qu'Appelle, Regina and Saskatoon.

United Church Young Peoples' Union, Saskatchewan Conference