•Second World War
In the last decade historians have focused greater attention on the Canadian home front during the Second World War. This increased scrutiny has led to studies of not only the war’s impact on the nation at large, but also on specific...
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.
Hiebert, Paul, 1892-1987; Canadian literature--20th century; Satire, Canadian;
Typescript copy (140 pages) of Sarah Binks that went to publisher. This book was first published in 1947, and it is based on some hundred poems supposedly written by Sarah Binks, "The Sweet Songstress of Saskatchewan."
University of Saskatchewan--Library Library catalogs -- Periodicals University of Saskatchewan --Library Library catalogs--Periodicals
A semi-annual publication which is the joint effort of the Collection Development Department and Special Collections. Its purpose is to inform the University community of outstanding or interesting acquisitions made to the library system.
Regina - Saskatchewan; Skyscrapers; Buildings and structures; Fountains; Parks; Regina - history
Color lithograph postcard view of the McCallum-Hall Building. Construction of Regina's first skyscraper began in 1912 and took two years to complete. The building was designed by Regina architects Storey and Van Egmond. Victoria Park and the...
Moose Jaw - Saskatchewan; C.P.R. railway station; Clock tower; Train station architecture; Buildings and structures
Black and white real photograph of the C.P.R. station located on Manitoba and Main Street in Moose Jaw. The third CPR station was built in 1920. The clock tower is pictured in the middle of the photograph.to view this photo from its modern day...
Black and white real photograph of a street view of the City Hotel in Moose Jaw built in 1905 and constructed by the McRoberts brothers of Lafayette, Indiana. The two storey building is constructed of double space cement blocks produced by a...
Moose Jaw - Saskatchewan; Main Streets; Zion United Church; Trolley tracks; Transportation; Buildings and structures
Hand colored picture of buildings on Main Street looking south towards the CPR station and Post Office. Zion United Church is pictured on the left. Trolley tracks can be seen running up the middle of the street as well as cars.
Souvenir folder containing 16 black and white photographs of Carlyle Lake and Carlyle, Sask. The brown colored cover has the picture of a moose's head in the bottom right hand corner. Text reads, "Souvenir Folder containing 16 Photographic Views of...