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    • Programme of Thanksgiving Services

    • Other;
    • Pamphlet of the Prgramme of Thanksgiving Services to be held in Canadian Churches on Sunday, February 14th, 1915 in Commemoration of the Hundred Years of Peace between the British Empire and the United States of America. The 20 page pamphlet...
    • Retracing the Old Trail Booklet

    • Northwest Resistance;
    • Gerald Willoughby's book describes his arrival from England to Saskatoon in 1883, and he was among Saskatoon's first citizens. His peaceful dealings with Louis Riel and various chiefs are detailed, particularly those with Chief Whitecap. Willoughby...
    • Christmas in Regina, 1919

    • World War I;
    • Excerpts from the magazine Christmas in Regina, from 1919. The magazine refers to the Christmas of 1919 as "the Peace Christmas", and celebrated in part the end of World War I. Relevant articles include: The Christmas of Peace; Greetings from...
    • Presbyternian Church, Qu'Appelle, Sask.

    • Qu'Appelle (Sask.); Buildings and structures; Buildings and Architecture--churches; Churches--Saskatchewan; Churches; United Churches
    • Black and white photograph of Knox Presbyterian Church built in 1884. There are two entrances with steeples over each doorway. Published for the Central Drug Hall. Handwritten note on verso. Canadian Souvenir Postcard. Dated March 8, 1906
    • Moose Jaw, Beauty Spot of the Prairies

    • World War II;
    • "Of the cities in the three Prairie Provinces, which offer modern Hotel and Tourist Camp accomodation to the traveller or the tourist, none is more outstanding than Moose Jaw." An atttractive tourist guide published during World War II. Includes a...
    • Letter to Mrs. Mills, June 8, 1944

    • Chinese Civil War; Sino-Japanese War, Second; World War II;
    • This letter is from the Florence Kirk collection at the University of Regina Archives and Special Collections. Kirk spent 18 years teaching English at Ginling College in Nanking (Nanjing), China. In Nanjing Kirk was witness to both the Japanese...
    • St. John's Anglican Church, Marieton, Sask.

    • Churches--Saskatchewan; St. John's Anglican Church--Marieton; Churches; Craven; Pense; Saskatchewan--historic places; Buildings (structures);
    • Real black and white photograph of St. John's Anglican Church (Marieton Church) located in the Rural Municipality of Mckillop No. 220 fifteen kilometers west and nine kilometers south of the Village of Bulyea. The church is one-storey, wood-sided...
    • English Church, Moose Jaw, Sask.

    • Moose Jaw - Saskatchewan; Churches; English Churches; Church yards; Buildings and structures; Brick buildings; Brick churches; Wood fiences
    • Color lithograph photograph of a brick church with bell tower in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. A white wooden picket fence can be seen surrounding part of the grounds to the right. Note the laundry hanging on the line behind the church
    • Churches of Lumsden, Saskatchewan

    • Lumsden (Sask.); Churches; Presbyterian Church; English Church; Methodist Church
    • Three black and white pictures of churches in Lumsden, Sask. Pictured are the Presbyterian, English and Methodist Church
    • Main Street, Looking North, Moose Jaw, Canada

    • Moose Jaw - Saskatchewan; United Churches; Methodist Churches; Moose Jaw - history; Transportation - horse and buggy; Sidewalks; Streets
    • Color lithograph photograph looking north towards the Methodist Church built between 1906-07. In 1925 the church became the Zion United Church when the Presbyterian, Congregationalist, Methodist and the General Council of Local Union Churches in...
    • St. Andrews Church, Moose Jaw, Sask.

    • Moose Jaw - Saskatchewan; Churches; Presbyterian Churches; United Churches; Buildings and structures;
    • Black and white photograph view looking north towards St. Andrews Church. The cornerstone for the church was laid on October 19, 1912. In 1963 fired destroyed most of the building leaving only the east wall, tower and front facade. By October of...
    • Wesley Methodist Church, Saskatoon, Sask.

    • Saskatoon (Sask.); Churches; Methodist Churches; Presbyterian Churches; Buildings (structures)
    • Color lithograph photograph of Riverside Methodist Church built in 1906 at Ave. G. and 19th St. Phenomenal growth in membership caused an expansion to the original building. The new church opened in 1911 and was renamed Wesley Methodist. In 1925...
    • St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Moose Jaw, Sask.

    • Moose Jaw - Saskatchewan; Buildings and structures; Presbyterian Churches; United Churches; Parks; Crescent Park; Libraries
    • Color lithograph photograph view from Crescent Park of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. Steps from the library can be seen in the bottom right corner. The cornerstone for the church was laid on October 19, 1912. In 1963 fired destroyed most of the...


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