Written in a "worm's eyeview" that takes for granted that everyone knows about the daily routine and accomplishments of the army. The memoirs of a general - from preface; follows the war exploits of Howard Mitchell during WWII with the S.L.I.
Brick structure; Department store; Street car trolley tracks; Saskatoon - history (Sask.); J. F. Cairns
Postcard of street view of crowd outside J. F. Cairns Department Store, 204 -222 2nd Avenue South, at fire sale. Streetcar tracks are seen in the foreground. Gift of the Frances Morrison Library (Main) Local History Room
Saskatoon (Sask.); Presbyterian Churches; United Churches; St. Thomas-Wesley United Church
Color lithograph photograph of the St. Thomas Presbyterian Church in Saskatoon located on the corner Avenue H and 20th St. It was built in 1912. This red brick structure with Romanesque windows used to have a square bell tower, topped with a stucco...
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:...
Photo of the public school at Sintaluta, Saskatchewan. View is of a large brick building with numerous windows. A handwritten note on the back, postmarked 1910, refers to illnesses being suffered by the sender.
Colour image of Front Street, Wolseley, Saskatchewan. View is of Front Street from the corner of Front Street and Sherbrooke Street looking north west. There are numerous buildings visible, including the business McLeod and Langford General...
streets; townscapes; boardwalks; stores & shops; false fronts; banks; post offices; post offices; brick structure; bakeries;
Three photos around Oxbow, Saskatchewan. The first is a photo of Broadway, which shows a boardwalk and residential buidlings; the second is the west side of Broadway, which is several buildings, including the Camartin bakery; and the third is of...
schools; public schools; brick structure; architects;
Color image of the new high and public school erected 1925 in Landis, Saskatchewan. Description reads "Size 26x36, with extension at front 12ft. deep and 14ft. wide. Fireproof. Four rooms and basement. Face brick interiors, interlocking tile...
Colour lithograph of the Y.W.C.A. building in Regina, Saskatchewan. This card is incorrectly printed with the label Y.M.C.A. It actually illustrates the Y.W.C.A. building. The flag flying is some sort of the Canadian Red Ensign flag.
Colour lithograph of the Bankcing Section at Regina, Saskatchewan. There are numerous people on the streets, and the Canadian Blue Ensign is the flag flying. The handwritten note at the back relates to the sender being at the Winter Fair.
cities & towns; streets; buildings; brick structure; city & town halls;
Photo of City Hall at Regina, Saskatchewan, from across the street. The handwritten note on the back of the card is a handwritten note that states the city hall is situated in the middle of the business section of the city.