Saskatoon History Review No. 30

Saskatoon History Review No. 30 is now available for purchase! In this issue, we have four authors whose articles will pique the interest of a wide readership. Historian Megan Hubert delights us with a history of Saskatoon’s iconic Bessborough Hotel. Artist David Geary, who has a long –time interest in architecture, brings us a photographic overview of Saskatoon’s mid-century modern homes. Local historian Alan Morton takes us on a trip down memory lane with his history of the pedestrian bridge over the CN railway tracks. Finally, Nutana historian Dianne Wilson tells of her quest to identify some early Temperance Colony buildings at ‘Broadway and Main’. There are numerous photos throughout. You will notice two new names as co-editors for this issue, Linda Dietz and Peggy Sarjeant. Unfortunately, our former editor, Don Kerr, has had to step down for health reasons. We thank him for his long service to the Review and for his numerous suggestions for contributors. We send him our...
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Saskatoon History Review No. 29

Get your copy of the new Saskatoon History Review! Pick up a copy for only $12 at McNally Robinson, Turning the Tide Bookstore, WDM Gift shop, UofS Bookstore, or SaskMade Marketplace. Or have a copy shipped right to your door! You can either purchase a copy through our website or mail $15 to Saskatoon History Review c/o 831 Temperance Street, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0M8. Please make cheques payable to the Saskatoon Heritage Society. The Saskatoon Heritage Society’s magazine Saskatoon History Review is the only publication of its kind in Western Canada. In their 29th issue, editor Don Kerr has brings together a mix of articles of interest to a wide audience. Paul Van Pul continues his history of Saskatoon’s airport, 1941-1953; Frank Peters remembers his working life in the construction industry in an interview with Don Kerr; Al Morton has written about Saskatoon’s street car history; Donald Park and Richard Rempel reminisce about their years at City Park Collegiate; and...
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