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    • 1861-Cathedrale de St-Boniface, Manitoba-1908

    • Cathedrals; churches; trees; crosses; steeples;
    • A monotone postcard showing a cathedral with trees outside. On back: letter written in French. Cher Neveux? jespre que hi va prendre asse ai rols? pout venir nous vois des amitres ce tante la par entees, ta tant? Addressed to: Mrs. Juel? Marin,...
    • [Part of Lethbridge, Alta.]

    • churches; Cityscapes; buildings; trees; grasses; houses; bridges;
    • A view of Lethbridge, showing a church and cityscape, with a bridge in the distance. There is the word "office" with an arrow pointing to a building, and also the following text: "The [vicar?] is somewhere about here - you cannot see it in this...
    • [Saskatoon, 1905]

    • rivers; townscapes; churches; streets;
    • Photo of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in 1905. View is from across the river and includes several buildings including a church.
    • Anglican Church & Bishops Court, Indian Head, Sask.

    • Indian Head (Sask.) - Buildings, structures, etc.; Indian Head (Sask.) - Description and travel - Views; Anglican Churches;
    • Color lithograph view of the Anglican Church and Bishops Court in Indian Head, Sask. Published by Orchards Drug Store, Indian Head. Handwritten correspondence on the back
    • Anglican Church,  Melfort, Sask.

    • Melfort - Saskatchewan; Churches; Anglican Churches; Buildings and structures
    • Sepia colored real photograph of the Anglican Church in Melfort, Sask. The church is constructed of wood with a bell tower over the front entrance. There is a white picket fence surrounding the front.
    • Assumption Church, Marysburg, Sask.

    • Marysburg (Sask.); Assumption Church; Catholic Churches; Dead Moose Lake; Steeples; Bells; Buildings (structures);
    • Sepia colored picture of a side view of one of the most prominent Roman Catholic Churches in the province. It was designated a heritage site in 1983. This large old-style brick church (seating capacity 500) was built in 1921, two years after a...
    • Baptist Church, Calgary, Alta.

    • churches; trees; grasses; roads; buildings
    • View from the street of the baptist church in Calgary on 13th Avenue. The following is from a description of a similar postcard in the Calgary Public Library: "First Baptist Church, opened in May 1912, at 1301 4th Street South West."
    • Baptist Church, Portage La Prairie, Man.

    • Baptist churches; churches; buildings; trees; grasses;
    • A large baptist church. On back: Dear Friend: Recd your card sometime ago was gald to get it. I am well and hope you are all the same, am going to school every day. Pearl and mother are going to town today. We are having fine weather here. I...
    • Baptist Church, Regina, Sask.

    • churches; buildings;
    • Colour lithograph of the Baptist Church, Regina, Saskatchewan. The handwritten note on the back relates to the "Get Acquainted" tea that is going on at the church. It is postmarked 1919.
    • Bird's Eye view of Moosomin, Sask.

    • Moosomin--Saskatchewan; Buildings (structures); Yards; Churches
    • Tinted color photograph of buildings in Moosomin. Several houses and yards are in view. There appears to be a church in the far left corner. Private postcard with a divided back. Handwritten correspondence. Postmarked Oct. 14, 1907, Lestershire, NY
    • Bird's Eye View, Moose Jaw, Sask.

    • Moose Jaw (Sask.); Churches--Saskatchewan; Streets; Buildings (structures)
    • Color lithograph photo of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The rear view of St. Johns Anglican Church can be seen on the corner of High Street and 1st Avenue East. The brick building facing High Street is the [Arthur] Block. For a modern day perspective...
    • Bishop's Court and St. John's Church Indian Head, Sask.

    • Indian Head (Sask.); Indian Head (Sask.) - Buildings, structures, etc.; Indian Head (Sask.) - Description and travel - Views; Anglican Churches;
    • Monotone photograph of St. John's Anglican Church and Bishop's Court residence in Indian Head. Caption written on the front. The Anglican Diocese of Qu'Appelle was originally centred in the nearby town of Qu'Appelle, whose parish church was the...


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