Saskatchewan, Canada



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  • Saskatchewan split from the Northwest Territories to become a province September 1, 1905.

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PE000723 - Photograph Album of Long Branch RAF base, and Wascana Lake in Saskatchewan

Prints are of basic training at Long Branch, Ontario, and of post-war recreation around Saskatchewan and Wascana Lake. Also included is one 4" x 6" aerial photo of the Long Branch RAF base and one 3" x 4" photo from 1911 of a Boy Scout Camp at Fort Qu’appelle.
Further notes provided by dealer: "In 1918, the compiler of this album trained with the RAF at Jesse Ketchum School in Toronto and then moved on to further training at Long Branch, which is now the district known as Etobicoke.  This same training was undertaken by writer William Faulkner months earlier. Following the war and up to 1920, much of this album is of trips or days out on and around the waterways of Saskatchewan."
The following list of photos is arranged by type and not in album order:

  • 77 of Saskatchewan scenery including Franks Lake, Hungry Hollow, Qu’appelle Valley, Arlington Beach, Glen Harbour, Gordon (Gordon First Nation), Wascana Lake, RBC (Regina Boat Club) and Saskatchewan Beach;
  • 27 of friends and family;
  • 42 of RAF training, Toronto;
  • 26 of Niagara and Lake Ontario;
  • 5 of scenery from a train.

PE000831 - 1957 & 1958 “The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool and Its Accomplishments” Booklets

Two booklets providing an overview of the accomplishments of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool in the cooperative marketing of their grain and livestock. Booklets are titled “The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool and Its Accomplishments” for the years 1957 and 1958. Printed by Modern Press of Saskatoon, SK.  Items are in good condition, although the colour in the cover has faded slightly and there are a few stains throughout.

[Peel's Prairie Provinces, Peel 7061]

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool

PE000897 - "Weeds: Their Identification and Control" - SK

Book titled: "Weeds: Their Identification and Control." Above the title it says: "Government of the Province of Saskatchewan." There is a price of 10 cents indicated below the title, and it was published under direction of the Hon. C.M. Hamilton, Minister of Agriculture. Printed in Regina by J. W. Reid, King’s Printer.

The first interior page notes that this is Bulletin No. 57, and was written by M.P. Tullis, Field Crops Commissioner. It is also noted that this is the third edition. 54 pages within the book contain information regarding weeds found in Saskatchewan, including drawings for identification. At the back there are 8 pages detailing the Saskatchewan Revised Statutes of 1920, chapter 167, regarding noxious weeds. A large purple faded stamp on the top of the first page of these statutes states: This act repealed and new act passed in 1924.

PE000916 - "Storing Ice - Ice Wells - Provide efficient, sanitary and economical means of holding dairy products at a low temperature" booklet

Booklet titled: "Storing Ice - Ice Wells - Provide efficient, sanitary and economical means of holding dairy products at a low temperature." Below this there is a b&w photograph of a shed containing cans of an unidentified product. The top of the booklet notes: "Government of the Province of Saskatchewan - Department of Agriculture - Dairy Branch - Regina - Sask." Below the photograph it notes: "Above is cut of ice well showing 'dumb-waiter' arrangement in use on a Saskatchewan farm for keeping cream and other food products cool. Note small building over well and crank of windlass.  Cleanliness and Coolness MEAN Higher Grades-Higher Prices." The interior of the booklet contains instructions on how to create and ice well, as well as an extract from Regulations Respecting the Grade Descriptions, Grade Standards, and the Grading and Purchase of Dairy Products.  The back cover reads: "Ralph Bunkworth Lipton Sask." 

PE004699 - “Citizenship: Our Democracy” by the Departments of Education for Manitoba and Saskatchewan

A publication titled “Citizenship: Our Democracy” and authorized by the Departments of Education for the provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  Stamped on the inside front cover appears to be “Property of King George School” but the ink is smeared and the stamp was not evenly applied.  The material within this publication is meant to be covered as part of the social studies curriculum for elementary school children.  “The course aims particularly to teach children loyalty to our King and to our country.”  Printed by Thos. H. McConica, King’s Printer for Saskatchewan in Regina.

PE004778 - Hunting in Saskatchewan 1950 Brochure

Brochure titled, "Hunting in Saskatchewan 1950." Cover contains a large picture of a grouse, and the coat of arms for Saskatchewan. The interior contains a map of hunting areas in Saskatchewan, bag limits for different types of game, as well as the cost of hunting licences, use of firearms, suggestions for places to hunt, and how to export game. Printed by Tourist Branch, Bureau of Publications, Regina.

PE004819 - "Taxing Co-operatives" booklet published by Saskatchewan Co-operative Producers Ltd

Booklet titled: "Taxing Co-operatives," by Saskatchewan Co-operative Producers Limited, April 1947. Cover is in blue paper, and the front  cover contains an ink drawing of a wheat elevator, a co-op store and a co-op oil pump. Published by the Allied Printing Trades Council, Saskatoon. Contains 12 pages detailing how to tax co-operatives, including a calendar of events at the back.

Saskatchewan Co-operative Producers

PE004844 - "Western Canada - The Granary of the British Empire" book

Book titled: "Western Canada - The Granary of the British Empire." Cover is made from brown paper, with a drawing of a bushel of wheat on the front. The back cover contains an advertisement for the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Pacific Coast Highway. The interior contains maps and illustrations, as well as text. Contains information regarding Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, including crops, fruit, and animals sustainable in each location. Also includes information on land surveying, mineral land regulations, government land offices, settlers’ effects, general information, etc.