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              2008.1.3.3.1.1.77 · File
              Part of Sir Samuel Steele Collection

              Correspondence sent to SBS in his capacity as Colonel in Command of Military District #10, based at the Fort Osborne Barracks in Winnipeg; includes correspondence from J. Lyon Biggar and others with the Department of Militia and Defence and elsewhere, re: recommendations, cadet camps, a comment on the relationship between Canada’s Active Militia and Permanent Forces; and forwarded copies of letters, etc. Handwritten; typewritten

              Biggar, J.L. , Major
              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 · [ca. 1912]
              Part of Prairie Ephemera Collection

              Promotional booklet advertising Swift Current, Saskatchewan, with a short paragraph including vital statistics about the city ("Swift Current is the Keystone of Southwestern Saskatchewan") and 19 unique reproductions of photographs and drawings.

              Images on recto [unfolded accordion fold, left to right]:
              Cutting Wheat at Swift Current; Empress Hotel; Portion of 11th Avenue 1905 and 1912; W. W. Edmanson's Residence; Pretty Scenes in City Park; Portion of Business Center 1912 [panorama - 3 panels]; Central School; C.P.R. [Canadian Pacific Railway] Roundhouse; Some of the Elevators.

              Images on verso [unfolded accordion fold, right to left]:
              Canadian Bank of Commerce; C.P.R. Depot; Harvesting Scene near Swift Current; Business Block Under Construction; Methodist Church Under Construction; Business Block Under Construction [alternate view]; Presbyterian Church and Manse Under Construction; The Lyric Theatre, Swift Current [drawing]; Typical Wholesale House; Municipal Hospital.

              Canadian Promotion Company
              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 · 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