Regina (Sask.)

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A field lays fallow

A field is seen laying fallow in the summer at the Regina Experimental Station. One half was cultivated with a Duckfoot Cultivator and the other with a One-way discer.

Lewis, Hartford Allen

Aerial view of Regina looking northeast

Aerial view looking northeast over the city. The Legislative Buildings, Wascana Lake and Campion College are seen in foreground. From Thornton Avenue to outer city limits (north), Rae Street to east edge of Wascana Park.

Aerial view of Regina, Saskatchewan

The City of Regina as seen from the top of the Metropolitan Methodist Church. Victoria Park is visible in the left of the frame. Little landscaping has been done to the park.

Allan B. VanCleave fonds

  • 78-11
  • Fonds
  • 1948-1976

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by Allan Bishop VanCleave, chemistry professor and Dean of Graduate Studies. Included are lecture notes and glass lantern slides on glaciation; records relating to a high school teachers' seminar in chemistry (1960) and the University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association (1948); and colour slides depicting the sod turning, construction, and completed buildings of the main campus, University of Regina. (1962-1976).

VanCleave, Allan Bishop, 1910-1992

An empty Wascana Lake

A drained and empty Wascana Lake before it was dredged and deepened in the fall of 1931. As part of a government relief project, 2,100 men (only men who were married and had children were allowed to work on the project) widened and dredged the lake bed and created two islands (Willow and Spruce Island) using only hand tools and horse-drawn wagons.

Anatol Murad fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1932-1980

Fonds consists of books, articles, book reviews, published and unpublished essays, and translations by economist, Dr. Anatol Murad. Also included are Dr. Murad's Curriculum Vitae, passports, and photograph.

Murad, Anatol, 1904-

Artist's sketch of Chateau Qu'Appelle

Artist's sketch of Chateau Qu'Appelle, the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway hotel planned for Regina that was never built. It was planned for the corner of Albert Street and 16th Avenue (now College Avenue) where the Royal Saskatchewan Museum now stands.

Barbara Sutherland Humphrey fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1916-1917

Fonds consists of nursing school examinations for Bacteriology, Medical Nursing, and Hygiene.

Humphrey, Barbara Sutherland

Birds'-eye view of Victoria Park in Regina

Aerial view of Victoria Park in Regina, looking south towards Victoria Avenue. The Baptist Church and the Land Titles Building are visible and the Victoria Park Fountain is still the centre of Victoria Park (replaced by the World War I Cenotaph in 1928]

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