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    • Souvenir of Saskatoon exhibition [1]

    • exhibitions; exhibit booths; people; crowds; fairs;
    • View looks over the Saskatoon Exhibition. Gift of the Frances Morrison Library (Main) Local History Room.The reverse of the postcard is signed by a person named Robin who comments on the muddy conditions at the 1912 exhibition. Part 1 of 2...
    • No place like home, Saskatoon

    • Sod-homes - 1913; Saskatoon, (Sask.) - History; Saskatoon (Sask.) - Buildings, structures, etc.
    • Postcard of sod hut with one window and door. Writing on front, "No Place Like Home". The reverse of this postcard is R. S.'s note to Grace Goodwin (Glasgow, Scotland) concerning his sod home dated June 2, 1913. Gift of the Frances Morrison Library...
    • Crowd gathered in Kiwanis Park

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    • "Crowd gathered in Kiwanis Park for the service at which the commando dagger Victory Loan project was dedicated." Or it could be the dedication of Vimy Memorial Bandstand in Kiwanis Park, as seen from atop Bessborough, as indicated by...
    • Moose Jaw Bank Buildings

    • Canada--Saskatchewan--Moose Jaw--Banks; Union Bank of Canada (Moose Jaw, Sask.); Bank of Hamilton (Moose Jaw, Sask.); Dominion Bank (Moose Jaw, Sask.)
    • View of four banks in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan: The Union Bank of Canada, The Bank of Hamilton, The Dominion Bank, Northern Crown Bank
    • Volunteers "To The War" August 22, 1914. Humboldt, Sask.

    • war; Recruiting & enlistment; Volunteer work; groups of people; flags; brick - structures;
    • Photo of a group of nineteen men sitting or standing on the front steps of a brick building. The two seated men on either side are holding Union Jack flags. The caption identifies the men as volunteers for enlistment in World War I from the...
    • Lloydminister, Canada looking east

    • Lloyminister - history; Alberta; Saskatchewan; Railway; Buildings - structures;
    • Postcard view of Lloyminister looking east from the railway tracks. A sign for Scott Bros. hardware store can be seen in the distance.
    • Lloyminister - Can - looking west

    • LLoydminster (Sask. and Alta.) - Description and travel - Views; Lloydminster (Sask. and Alta.) - Buildings, structures, etc.; Canada
    • Postcard view of Lloyminister looking west. Scott Bros sign can be seen in the distance
    • Court House and Lands office, Regina, Saskatchewan

    • courthouses; government facilities; coats of arms; buildings;
    • Lithographs of the Court House and Lands office in Regina, Saskatchewan. There are two separate images overlapping, as well as the coat of arms. The handwritten note on the back is postmarked 1914.
    • Kindersley, Main Street, April 1910

    • Kindersley (Sask.) - Description and travel - Views; Kindersley (Sask.) - Buildings, structures, etc.; Restaurants - Saskatchewan; Hotels - Saskatchewan
    • Postcard view of Main Street, Kindersley, Saskatchewan. Pictured in the foreground is the Seymour Hotel. On October 7, 1909 the Canadian National Railway starting selling town lots. The most expensive lot sold to the Seymour for $1,200
    • Main Street (Labour Day), Winnipeg

    • Crowds; people; street cars; buildings; streets; automobiles; cars; pedestrians; stores & shops; crowds; street car trolley tracks; electric lines;
    • A very crowded street with hundreds of pedestrians, street cars and cars, and many buildings. On back: Dear Maggie, How are you all. I am well & baby fine? just the beaunest? little girl in the world. Love to Mrs. Brattia?, Alice Sept. 29/09. ...
    • Portrait of soldier

    • World War I;
    • Head and shoulders studio portrait of World War I soldier in uniform. Photo is oval, centred on postcard. " ....& Crosby is stamped on lower left corner, possibly identifying photographer.
    • R.N.W.M.P. Barracks, Regina, Sask.

    • barracks; buildings; police;
    • Lithographs of the Royal North West Mounted Police Barracks in Regina, Saskatchewan. Two different images are used; one is of the residences, while the other focuses upon several officers. The handwritten note on the back is asking for money.
    • Town Hall, Scott, Sask.

    • townscapes; streets; town halls; brick structure; churches;
    • Photo of Scott, Saskatchewan. View shows town hall, the homes of the Madsons, Perilands and Lindsays, the Presbyterian Church and school. The note on the back lists the visible buildings. for a modern day view see:...

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