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Abandoned farm house
Abandoned farm house
Image of a large, derelict, two-and-a-half story wood frame farm house
Abbott
Abbott
Aerial photograph of an unincorporated area surrounded by farmland.
Aboriginal Roundtable
Aboriginal Roundtable
An event held at Convocation Hall honoring the aboriginal peoples who fought during the Great War, and all aboriginal veterans. The event started with a pipe ceremony outside of the Peter Mackinnon building, followed by a Michif prayer by Norman Fleury and a luncheon. After this, the University community and Saskatoon public were invited to participate in the roundtable discussion hosted by the Office of the Treaty Commissioner. Donnie Parenteau sang songs of tribute to the soldiers before the start of the roundtable, and Chancellor Emeritus Vera Pezer welcomed participants. Georg Lafond (the Saskatchewan Treaty Commissioner) moderated the event. An honour song with hand drum closed the event following the discussion. Many members of the First Nation Veterans Association attended the event. The Gabriel Dumont Institute in provided a loop of Metis soldiers that was projected in the hall and several Metis Elders were present representing families of soldiers., "Aboriginals in the War"
Aboriginal mothers and children
Aboriginal mothers and children
Image of four aboriginal women with children. Taken from filmstrip of educational materials on Canada's Aboriginal people and war., Aboriginals in the War
Aboriginal soldiers with others.
Aboriginal soldiers with others.
Image of aboriginal men in uniform/traditional costume., Aboriginals in the War
Adair
Adair
Aerial photograph of a small town. A grain elevator, farmhouse, and railway tracks are visible with farmland in the background.
Address Delivered by the Rev. E. Ahenakew
Address Delivered by the Rev. E. Ahenakew
A speech by Rev. E. Ahenakew of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan delivered to the Women's Auxiliary of that city, discussing the role aboriginal peoples played in the Great War., Aboriginals in the War
Administration Building of the University of Saskatchewan after its construction
Administration Building of the University of Saskatchewan after its construction
Front view of the Administration Building at the end of construction. Bio/historical note: Designed by Brown and Vallance, Montreal Architects, the College (later known as Administration) building was constructed between 1910-12 by Smith Bros. and Wilson general contractors. Originally a general purpose building, designed in the shape of a capital E, and built at a cost of $297,000.00, the corner stone was laid by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Prime Minister of Canada, on 29 July 1910. The building was officially opened by Walter Scott, Premier of Saskatchewan on 1 May 1913., Campus: On the Brink of War
Advertisement for Robert Machray & Co. -  Bankers, Brokers, and North-West Agents
Advertisement for Robert Machray & Co. - Bankers, Brokers, and North-West Agents
Advertisement reading "Robert Machray & Co., Bankers, Brokers, and North-West Agents - Ottawa, Transact a General Banking Business. 4 to 5 per cent. interest per annum allowed on time deposits. Sterling and New York Funds bought and sold. All kinds of Foreign Money negotiated. Investments yielding from 5 to 8 % procured. Scrip, Bonds and Debentures bought and sold. We can save about ten per cent. to parties paying the Government for Land, Limits, Mines, etc., in Scrip. Orders for Scrip for any amount filled. Stocks bought and sold, on commission only, in Montreal, Toronto, and New York, for investors, or carried on margin of 10 %. Quotations twice daily. Chicago Produce bought and sold. We specialize North-West Agency business, and have excellent facilities for the prompt, careful, and satisfactory despatch[sic] of all matters committed to us, connected with the departments. Our Mr. Machray has an acquaintance of fourteen years with Manitoba and the North-West, and understands their requirements. We are prepared to represent the lessees of lands, etc., and to arrange with the Government for payments, etc. Patents and Scrip procured. Claims against the Government collected. Correspondence solicited. 30 Wellington Street, February, 1889 [crossed out and replaced with:] 128 1/2 Sparks Street", Partial watermark reads: "_rion _ereine"
Advertisement for The Might Directory Co. of Toronto, Limited
Advertisement for The Might Directory Co. of Toronto, Limited
Advertisement for The Might Directory Co. of Toronto, Limited with note written in pencil "Sent information May 2/99", Partial watermark reads: "Eclipse"
After the Flood: Camp Exhibition, Regina
After the Flood: Camp Exhibition, Regina
Image of men standing before an array of things laid out to dry, following a flood at Camp Exhibition in Regina., SaskWar
Agent Control Panel - Mossbank
Agent Control Panel - Mossbank
Image of a man in "POOL" coveralls and hat standing a blue control panel with red and black buttons looking out a window where trucks enter to dump their grain in the grain elevator - "Agent Control Panel - Mossbank" printed on slide in blue ink

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