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              2008.1.1.1.3.7.39 · Item · 25 Jul. 1915
              Part of Sir Samuel Steele Collection

              Handwritten letter from Flora in Lang, Saskatchewan to her father at Shorncliffe Camp, Kent, England. She and Gertrude are on a visit to Saskatchewan and much of the letter is spent discussing where they will go and who they will visit while travelling about Saskatchewan. 4pp.

              Steele, Flora
              Item · 1888-02-23 - 1905-07-07
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Correspondence received by the Dominion Lands Office, primarily addressed to a Mr. D. S. McCannell Esq., with variations including McCannel, McConnell, MCannel, and sometimes just Dominion Lands Agent or 'Dear Sir.' They mostly deal with the granting of homesteads under the Dominion Lands Act to individuals in Assiniboine, N. W. T., what is now the province of Saskatchewan.

              Item · July 25, 1912
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Two reports detailing the work done and expenses accrued of maintaining the gardens and grounds of various railway stations throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, and the supplying nursery. Contains 32 b&w photographs of the station gardens and nursery plants, all captioned. Photograph locations include Moosejaw, Portage la Prairie, Virden, Oak Lake, and Saskatoon. Issued by the Forestry Branch of the Natural Resources Department of "C. P. Ry. Co."

              Krook, G. A. B.
              Item · 25 May 1939
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Souvenir program in accordance with the Royal Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, on 25 May 1939. Published under the auspices of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire as authorized by the Royal Visit Committee appointed by the Moose Jaw city council.

              "A Page in Canadian History" provides a brief history of Canada's relationship to the British monarchy from the time of King Edward VII, and information about King George VII and his family from his birth to his coronation on 12 May 1938.

              "Moose Jaw --- The Friendly City" gives the history of and current information about the city of Moose Jaw, mentioning [with photographs]: Main Street, the Moose Jaw Auto Park, Crescent Park, the Natatorium [a geothermal mineral pool/spa referred to as a health institute], and the Moose Jaw Wild Animal Park. Additional mention [without photographs] is made of numerous sport and recreation facilities, industry, churches, and various civic works projects.

              The program also includes an excerpt from the winning essay of a children's essay contest, a list of presentations and timed events held in accordance with the visit, a map of the city plan of Moose Jaw issued by the Moose Jaw Board of Trade, "Important Information" and "Program Highlights" for attendees, and advertisements.

              Item · 1917
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Informative promotional booklet produced by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company containing information intended for prospective settlers regarding the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

              Contents:
              Answers to Some Settlers' Questions; Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba; The World's Greatest Field of Opportunity; For Those Who Are Not Farmers; Twenty Years to Pay $2000 Loan for Improvements; Advance of Live Stock on Loan Basis; Assistance of Experts; Western Canada's Climate; Handling the Grain Trade; Flour Milling; Grain Prices; Alberta; Alberta's Progress; Climate; Forage and Root Crops; Live Stock in Alberta; Saskatchewan; Grain Growing in Saskatchewan; Climate; Forage and Root Crops; Fruit Culture; Live Stock; Manitoba; Grain Growing in Manitoba; Fodders and Roots; Climate of Manitoba; Live Stock in Manitoba; Dairying in Manitoba; Poultry-Raising; Raising Small Fruits; Irrigation in Western Canada; "Ready-Made" Farms; What Is a Ready-Made Farm?; Loans to Home-Makers; General Terms of Sale; Townsites; Terms of Payment for Town Lots; Naturalization; Title; General Information [Public Worship; School System; Agricultural Education; Railway Facilities; Public Roads; Taxation; Voting Regulations; Rural Telephones; Domestic Water Supply; Fuel; System of Land Survey; Implements and Buildings; Investment in Live Stock; Capital Required; Cost of Living]; A Final Word; Cities and Towns [Alberta; Manitoba; Saskatchewan]; Experiences of Some Settlers' in Western Canada; and Information for Settlers [Timely Pointers on Customs, Quarantine and Transportation Regulations Affecting Settlers and Settlers' Effects Entering Canada].

              Images:
              Some Farm Operations [7 photographs]; Fodder Crops and Dairy Cows [9 photographs]; Western Canada Harvest Scenes [7 photographs]; The Stockman's Paradise [9 photographs]; Glimpses of Some Settlers' Gardens [10 photographs]; Scenes in the Irrigation Districts [10 photographs]; Some Settlers' Homes [11 photographs]; Typical Canadian Churches and Schools [11 photographs]; Good Sport and Good Health [7 photographs]; and "Map showing location of Western Provinces of Canada with chief railway connections".

              Canadian Pacific Railway
              Item · 1917
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Informative promotional booklet produced by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company containing information intended for prospective settlers regarding the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

              Contents:
              Answers to Some Settlers' Questions; Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba; The World's Greatest Field of Opportunity; For Those Who Are Not Farmers; Twenty Years to Pay $2000 Loan for Improvements; Advance of Live Stock on Loan Basis; Assistance of Experts; Western Canada's Climate; Handling the Grain Trade; Flour Milling; Grain Prices; Alberta; Alberta's Progress; Climate; Forage and Root Crops; Live Stock in Alberta; Saskatchewan; Grain Growing in Saskatchewan; Climate; Forage and Root Crops; Fruit Culture; Live Stock; Manitoba; Grain Growing in Manitoba; Fodders and Roots; Climate of Manitoba; Live Stock in Manitoba; Dairying in Manitoba; Poultry-Raising; Raising Small Fruits; Irrigation in Western Canada; "Ready-Made" Farms; What Is a Ready-Made Farm?; Loans to Home-Makers; General Terms of Sale; Townsites; Terms of Payment for Town Lots; Naturalization; Title; General Information [Public Worship; School System; Agricultural Education; Railway Facilities; Public Roads; Taxation; Voting Regulations; Rural Telephones; Domestic Water Supply; Fuel; System of Land Survey; Implements and Buildings; Investment in Live Stock; Capital Required; Cost of Living]; A Final Word; Cities and Towns [Alberta; Manitoba; Saskatchewan]; Experiences of Some Settlers' in Western Canada; and Information for Settlers [Timely Pointers on Customs, Quarantine and Transportation Regulations Affecting Settlers and Settlers' Effects Entering Canada].

              Images:
              Some Farm Operations [7 photographs]; Fodder Crops and Dairy Cows [9 photographs]; Western Canada Harvest Scenes [7 photographs]; The Stockman's Paradise [9 photographs]; Glimpses of Some Settlers' Gardens [10 photographs]; Scenes in the Irrigation Districts [10 photographs]; Some Settlers' Homes [11 photographs]; Typical Canadian Churches and Schools [11 photographs]; Good Sport and Good Health [7 photographs]; and "Map showing location of Western Provinces of Canada with chief railway connections".

              Canadian Pacific Railway
              Item · 1911
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Informative promotional booklet produced by the Moose Jaw Board of Trade designed to encourage people to move to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

              Contents:
              Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan - Its Heritage; Moose Jaw's Geographical Position; Phenomenal Progress; Population [for the years 1904; 1906; 1911 estimate] and Assessment [for the years 1904; 1907; 1910; 1911; "Showing an increase in one year of..."]; Buildings; Customs House Figures; Clearing House Returns; Railroad Facilities; The Railway Hub; Largest Milling Centre; Manufacturing and Industrial Opportunities; Wholesale Houses; Factories Established; Municipal; Parks; Education Facilities; Churches; Robin Hood Flour Mills; Water Supply; Milk Supply; Farming Opportunities; Agricultural Settlement; "You should Locate in Moose Jaw Because..."; City Council, 1911; and Board of Trade.

              Images:
              Moose Jaw River; Moose Jaw - The Railroad Centre of Saskatchewan [map showing distances to Calgary; Winnipeg; Edmonton; St. Paul]; Main Street, 1910, Looking North; 2 images titled Moose Jaw Residences [each composite of 3 photographs]; Robin Hood Flour Mills; Wholesale Grocery Houses; River Street, Looking West; C.P.R. Depot; Russell Block; Anglican Church; Collegiate Institute.

              Moose Jaw Board of Trade
              Item · 18 Nov. 1924
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Menu and program of events for the Sixth Annual Reunion of the 128th Battalion (Moose Jaw's Own), to be held at the C.P.R. Banquet Hall in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, on Tuesday November 18, 1924. Includes Toasts [Silent Toast; The King; The Bull Moose Battalion; The Ladies] and Programme [Violin Solo; Songs; Gyro Orchestra].

              MacNaughton, F. M., Major
              Item · 1932
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              A brochure from 1932 celebrating 50 years of the Campbell Bros. & Wilson, Limited Company, a wholesale grocery and provision business. The brochure states that the company was founded in 1882 in Winnipeg, Manitoba and expanded to cities such as Saskatoon, Regina, Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton, Red Deer, and Grande Prairie. The brochure consists of various profiles of employees of the company and information about the different establishments in different cities.
              Also includes an envelope for the brochure with a blue shield-shaped logo that says "Royal Shield Brand of Goods 50 Years."

              Campbell Bros. & Wilson, Limited
              Item · [n.d.]
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              A brochure for the Tunnels of Moose Jaw located in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The brochure, which is designed like a collage of photographs and notes, includes two trip advisor reviews of the tunnels, and information about the history of the tunnels. On the back of the brochure is a small hand-drawn map showing the location of the attraction, and contact information.

              Tunnels of Moose Jaw
              Item · 1965-01-02 - 1965-12-20
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Receipts for purchases made by Donald McFadden at various authorized Esso dealerships and service stations. Bundles appear to be organized by dates around a particular excursion, and consist primarily of "Imperial Oil Limited Esso-Matic Invoice(s)" with other receipts attached. Includes a set of punched Esso credit card receipt stubs which have been stamped "PAID" by the Royal Bank of Canada. Three of the stubs are marked with the slogan "Put a Tiger in your Tank."

              Imperial Oil Limited