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CPR Crew Laying Cement

Photograph of a Canadian Pacific Railway crew laying cement for a building in Bredenbury, Saskatchewan. Pictured are 17 men, planks of wood, machinery, grain elevator, buildings, two-horse team, train tracks, pail, shovels, rocks, and sacks. In the background is a building with the word "Bredenbuy" on the side. This was most likely the train station. Handwriting on back describes scene, also noting "Grampa Dan McLean at Breadenberry [sic], Sask 1910."

Railway Bridge at Bredenbury, Saskatchewan

Photograph of the railway bridge in the Qu'Appelle Valley at Bredenbury, Saskatchewan, c. 1914. Handwritten annotation on back describhttps://main.lib.umanitoba.ca/railway-bridge-at-bredenbury-saskatchewan/edit#es scene and identifies man on handcar as Duncan Livingstone. Underneath his name are the words ["ou? or? ori? Giger or Geiger"].

J.D. Simpson Collection

  • CA DHM 636
  • Collection
  • 1908-1914

The collection contains photographs of Canadian Pacific Railway construction crews in southwestern Manitoba and southeastern Saskatchewan between 1908 and 1914.

Sans titre

Allen Mills fonds

  • CA UWA 04.002
  • Fonds
  • 1970-1972

The fonds consists of records, mostly publications, pertaining to the Waffle Movement, a radical-left political movement that grew in popularity in the early 1970s. The fonds is divided into eight categories:

1 For an Independent Socialist Canada - articles on the benefits of an Independent Socialist Canada
2 Public Ownership - the benefits of nationalizing industries and natural resources
3 Quebec - How the movement would deal with the sovereignty issue
4 Policy Issues - various political policies the movement promotes
5 Waffle in the New Democratic Party - dealing with the larger political party of the NDP
6 Waffle-Ontario - the Waffle movement in Ontario
7 Waffle-Saskatchewan - how a socialist Saskatchewan would work in a socialist Canada
8 Oversize - oversized copies of the 'Waffle News', the 'Ontario Waffle', and assorted news clippings

Sans titre

Jean Gaudet

  • CA ASHSB 0194
  • Fonds
  • 1975 (photocopies de lettres de 1903-1904)

Ces copies des lettres de Jean Gaudet qu'il écrivait à sa famille en France (1903-1904) relatent le voyage qu'il fit pour se rendre au Canada en 1903 et ses premières impressions de l'Ouest canadien.

Gaudet, Jean, né 1868

Annette Saint-Amant

  • CA ASHSB 0397
  • Fonds
  • 1922-1928

Ce fonds documente l'époque durant laquelle Annette Saint-Amant vécut dans l'Ouest. Il comprend des photocopies de la correspondance entre Annette Saint-Amant et le père Achille Auclair o.m.i. alors qu'il était directeur (1912-1925) du Le Patriote de l'Ouest puis visiteur des écoles de la Saskatchewan (1925-1930).

Saint-Amant, Annette, 1892-1928

Sheila Dresen fonds

  • CA UWA 16.010
  • Fonds
  • Donated in June 2016

The fonds reflects George Scott Belton’s time at Wesley College in Winnipeg from 1925-1930. It consists of a photo album containing photos of Belton, his family and his friends. The majority of photos depict events and activities that Belton and his friends participated in at Wesley College in Winnipeg, including freshman initiations and the St. Patrick's Day Fight. The album also includes photos depicting scenes in Roblin and Mather, Manitoba and in Yorkton and Bangor, Saskatchewan.

Sans titre

Madeleine Bouchard fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1969-1973

The Madeleine Bouchard fonds includes newspaper articles (1972-1973) and photographs (1969-1970).

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