Compiled by Linda Dietz
Issues can be ordered online with details by clicking on the “Saskatoon History Review” link up aboveTo search for any key words hold down the CTRL and the “F” key on your keyboard at the same time. This will pop up a window and you can type in any key words, names, dates to easily search through this index
Jones, Tim60 Saskatoon Centuries#1/19802003-105 figs; 1 tablePrehistoric Saskatoon; Tipperary Creek; archaeology; medicine wheel
Dallas, ZoéThe Clinkskill Home#1/19802011-124 figsSpadina & 19th Street; James Clinkskill; 1904
Hayden, MichaelWhere the 20’s Didn’t Roar — The University of Saskatchewan, 1920-1930#1/198013-216 figsCollege of Agriculture; student life; female students; white supremacy
Lough, Lisa Dahlie
Duerkop, JohnAlong the Trails to Saskatoon#1/198022-242 figs1883 beginnings of trail to Moose Jaw; Moose Woods to Batoche; railway; Bone Trail
Taylor, GeorginaSophia Dixon: “Progressive Always — Indifferent Never”#1/198025-315 figsUFC – United Farmers of Canada; CCF, 1940s Saskatoon
Heath, TerrenceErnest Lindner as Teacher#2/1981-22003-1115 figs1931-35 evening art classes; 1931-62 high school teacher; Saturday night radio broadcasts
Harris, JulieLots for Sale — Saskatoon, 1890-1905#2/1981-212-156 figs; 1 map1890 and first railroad – CPR, survey
Kerr, DonModernization of the Italian Renaissance Style#2/1981-216-171 figT. Eaton being built 1928, 21st Street & 4th Avenue; downtown
Taft, MichaelA Brief Tour of the Capitol Theatre#2/1981-218-235 figsmemories of Capitol theatre; stage; cinema; food; mice and birds
Regehr, T.D.Mennonites in Saskatoon — Some Early Occurrences#2/1981-224-324 figs; 2 tablesSettlement history; Rev. Thiessen; Friesen – Braun trial; domestic servants; church
Hanson, StanThe Administration Building#3/19852004-075 figsUniversity of Saskatchewan; 1913 opening; greystone
Kerr, DonaldThe Avalon Building (Thompson Chambers)#3/19852008-103 figs1912; 2nd Avenue & 23rd Street; commercial office building
Schacherl, EvaThe Bowerman House#3/198511-141328 Avenue K South; officially summer house; 1907-23 Dr. Alan Bowerman; Sanatorium grounds; 1925-32 Dr. Boughton; fire 1940-41
Lepp, WilburA Study of Saskatoon’s First Church#3/198515-195 figsEarly worship 1893; Eastlake Avenue & 10th Street; Methodist church named Grace Church; new structure 1910; last building 1929; 1949 tower
Silversides, BrockSaskatoon Architects 1905-1920#3/198520-368 figsCordery; Griffiths; La Chance; Thompson, Daniel & Colthurst; Thompson & Crockart; Storey & Van Egmond; Webster; O’Learys & Delay; Brown & Vallance; Bugenhagen & Turnbull; Martin; Morrison
Stalasinyj, KathyLegacy of Faith: St. John’s Anglican Cathedral#4/19892001-056 figs + coverEarly English Gothic style; 1917-17; extensions 1951, 1961; tennis courts
McPherson, ArleanThe Saskatoon Public Library 1913 to 1965#4/19896-1512 figsLibrary board 1912; 1913-23 rented basement; building 3rd Avenue & 21st Street; 1928-65 new building 4th Avenue & 23rd Street; 1956 addition to main building; history of branches and development
Zeman, BrendaThree Sisters: The Indefatigable Rowles Sisters of Saskatoon#4/198916-2911 figsWinnie Rowles; Jessie Caldwell; Edith Simpson
Duerkop, John D.Where Did Riel Sleep?#4/198929S.S. Northcote; May 1885; Harry Trounce
Bliss, Jacqueline C.Saskatoon Club: The British Tradition#4/198930-333 figsSaskatoon Board of Trade 1908; rented rooms; 1909-12 MacBeth Black; 1912 on 21st Street; 1979 addition
Duerkop, John D.The Four Other Saskatoons (The Ones That Used To Float)#4/198934-404 figsTwo Great Lakes vessels 1910-66; 1914 – Saskatchewan river vessel; 1940-48 Royal Canadian Navy corvette
Sarjeant, William A.S.John Diefenbaker and His Saskatoon Residences#4/198940-411 fig411 – 9th Street East; 107 Albert Avenue
Munkacsi, IstvanA Retrospect of the Hungarian Community in Saskatoon#5/19902001-116 figs; 2 tables1949-90; 1954 Hungarian Society; 1956 immigration; Hungarian Hall 1947 construction
Hall, Jacqueline J.St. Mark’s Anglican Church, 19039-1989#5/199012-144 figs8th Avenue & Osborne Street; stable; 1911-1939; country church style
McPherson, ArleanThe Nutana Cemetery#5/199015-3112 figs1884-1904; early settlers; Nutana Cemetery Company; funerals
Millar, RuthHistorical High-Jinks: The Spirited Side of Saskatoon Social History#5/199032-347 figsPhoto essay; 1887-1930; entertainment; picnics; Sons of Jove
Duerkop, John D.A Remarkable Pioneer Family: The Widow Clark and Her Children#5/199035-417 figs1884; Moose Jaw Trail; Temperance Colony; Trounce; Marr; early life in Saskatoon; fencing problems
Sarjeant, A. MargaretOn Broadway in the Dirty Thirties#5/199042-453 figs1883 Temperance Colony; oldest commercial district; market area for Dundurn/Moose Woods; 1932 Broadway Bridge; renting above businesses
Girgulis, CleoGreek Immigrants in Saskatoon#6/19911-1313 figs; 1 mapImmigration 1920s and later; restaurants; Ahepa Hall 1946; celebrations; education; religion
Millar, Ruth“Photo by Charmbury”: A Positive Image#6/199114-2114 figs + coverPhoto essay; from PA in 1900 to Saskatoon 1918; Charmbury Collection Local History Room, Saskatoon Public Library
Hall, Jacqueline J.A Jewellery Store in Saskatoon: Henry Birks and Sons Ltd.#6/199122-255 figsMontreal 1879; Saskatoon 1925; built 3rd Avenue and 21st Street store in 1928-29
Duerkop, John D.From the Hub of the Universe to the Pioneer West: Allan Newcombe and the Bostonia Colony#6/199126-358 figs1906, 41 homesteaders; camped at Pleasant Hill; Bostonian Well Company 1907; 118-9th Street E; Saskatoon Philharmonic Society 1909
Dietz, AlexanderWaphaska: The Early History of the Whitecap Band#6/199136-457 figs; 2 maps + cover1876 Dakota Minnesota uprising; negotiations with Canadian government for land; farming; casual employment; Riel Rebellion
Wayman, Easton &
Sarjeant, William A.S.Saskatoon’s Trolley Buses 1948-1974: Gone and Almost Forgotten#7/19921-1317 figs; 1 map + cover1913 street car; first trolley + diesel 1946; 1974 end of trolleys; 1951 end of street cars
Champ, Joan E.Sutherland: The Early Years, 1909-1914#7/199214-207 figsEarly land speculation; CPR station; 1905 railway bridge; 1913 Forest Nursery Station; connect to Saskatoon street car system
Hall, Jacqueline J.Vimy Memorial Band Stand, Kiwanis Park#7/199221-243 figsCommemorate 1915 battle WWI; 1936-37 built by Kiwanis Club; 1987 renovation
Cushon, Janice D. &
Dietz, Linda F.Big Crooks Hit the Small Town; or, Plan Your Escape Before Your Heist#7/199225-3418 figsSeptember 1951; Royal Bank of Canada 813 Broadway Avenue; Marion Graham’s vehicle; attempt to escape at University of Saskatchewan
Millar, RuthSensitivity and Vision: Social History Through the Lens of Helen Schrader#7/199235-3912 figsPhoto essay; came to Saskatoon 1907; family, city and Borden-area farm pictures.
Bremner, Muriel V.From Flour and Feed to Hobbies and Shoes: The History of a Broadway Store#7/199240-454 figsFrank Holmes; 724 Broadway; 1907 hardware, food, staples; 1920s telephone, grocer, hardware; changes include billiards, shoes; 726 Broadway bought
Sarjeant, William A.S.A Saskatoon Historian: Sally Potter Clubb, 1917-1992#8/19932001-042 figs.Guide to Historic Buildings in Saskatoon; Normal School 1935; list of publications
Champ, JoanRemembering Montgomery: A History of Montgomery Place, 1945-1956#8/19935-169 figs; 1 planVeterans’ Land Act 1944; 1945 land purchase and infrastructure; 1949 Montgomery Place Ratepayers Assoc.
Morrison, Frances55 Years on Broadway: Memories of Harrington’s Jewelry Store#8/199317-215 figs1912-67; Farnam Block 1912-17; 624 Broadway – fire 1917; Argue Block 1917-67 628 Broadway; 1979 demolished
Hanson, Stanley D. &
Kerr, Donald C.Saskatoon and the Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1938-1940#8/199322-274 figsPacifism; Carlyle King/Cleo Mowers; WWII
Werle, PennyGrowing Up in Downtown Saskatooon#8/199328-3310 figs + coverCrest Craft 311-22nd Street E; Kinsmen Park; 40s & 50s downtown stores
Sarjeant, A. MargaretThree Million Trees a Year: The Forgotten History of Saskatoon’s Forestry Farm Park and Zoo#8/199334-416 figs; 1 planSutherland 1915; tree distribution to prairie farms; 320 acres; 1965 Nursery Station closed; 1930s shelter belts; 147 million trees 1913-63
Millar, RuthErrata#8/19934Errata to article published #7/1992, pp. 35-39; Helen Schrader
Bremner, Muriel V.Errata#8/19934Errata to article published #7/1992, pp. 40-45; 724/726 Broadway
Dietz, Linda F.From ‘Best Patched Pants’ to ‘Arabia’ the Human Horse: A Social History of the Saskatoon Exhibition (1886-1913)#9/19941-2011 figs + cover1886 Central Saskatchewan Agricultural Society; 1911 incorporation The Saskatoon Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition Assoc. Ltd.; 1886-1902 – Louise grounds; 1903-8 – City Park; 1909 dedicated space bought; exhibits both rural and urban; entertainment
Millar, Ruth &
Kagis, Aina“Keepers of the Hearth”: Domestic Scenes from Saskatchewan History in the Local History Room Photographic Collection#9/199421-259 figsRalph Dill; Peter McKenzie; picnics; interiors; field work
Sarjeant, William A.S.An English Poet Visits Saskatoon#9/199426-301 figAlfred Noyes; 1924
Gustafson, GlennRichard St. Barbe Baker: Man of the Trees#9/199431-356 figsInfluenced by Barr Colonists; one of first University of Saskatchewan students; 1910; WWI study forestry at Cambridge; 1924 Bahai faith; travelled to Kenya, Nigeria, Sahara, New Zealand, Gobi Desert, India
Duerkop, JohnThe Vital Link: Saskatoon’s Traffic Bridge#9/199436-456 figsBuilt 1905-7; 1908 crash; Short Hill; Long Hill; street cars – accident 1922; drainage problems and quick sand
Robinson, RuthDedication#10/199511 figCommemoration issue of two world wars
Gustafson, GlennRemember Me — The War Memorials of Saskatoon#10/19952002-0712 figs + coverUniversity; downtown; Kiwanis Park
Dietz, Linda F.Patriotism and Subdued Pleasures: A Social History of the Saskatoon Exhibition from 1914 to 1919#10/19958-187 figs; 3 appendicesRole of military in Exhibition; entertainment; parades; exhibits; races; food
Hanson, Stan &
Kerr, DonaldThe University of Saskatchewan in Two World Wars#10/199519-278 figsContrasting attitudes between students and faculty; 196th Battalion; veterans
McPherson, Robert M.Of Armouries and Unicorns I Sing: Army and Naval Installations in Saskatoon#10/199518-344 figsClinkskill property purchased 1911 by federal government; 1914 armory on 3rd Avenue & Spadina; HMS Unicorn 378 – 1st Avenue North
Clark-Daoudi, Leslie &
Duerkop, JohnCadets on the South Saskatchewan River: A History of the Shepley Island Camp#10/199535 -459 figs; 2 maps; 1 plan; 2 appendicesNaval cadets; 2-week training; boating; swimming; clothes washing; military parades, shooting
Millar, RuthFar from the Bombs: Scenes of the War Years in Saskatoon#10/199546-5214 figsPhoto essay; WWII recruiting; training; war effort; posters; RCAF
Sarjeant, A. MargaretTo Saskatchewan for Love: The Story of Saskatoon’s World War II Brides#10/199553-595 figsImmigration; October 1944-April 1946; children; YWCA; IODE; Overseas Wives Club
Kerr, DonaldSaskatoon Remembered, by Writers Who Left Town#10/199560-676 figsJ.B. ‘Hamish’ McGeachy; Max Braithwaite; John Prebble; Farley Mowat; Norman Levine; Joanne McLelland Glass
Dietz, Linda F. &
Olekson, ShirleeMemories of Summers Past: The 110th Anniversary of the Saskatoon Exhibition#11/19961-2481 figs + coverPhoto essay; posters; agricultural, commercial and domestic exhibits; racing; baseball; grandstand; midway; parades; Indian Village; farm camp; concessions
Makahonuk, GlenOut of Work: The Unemployment Crisis of 1913-1915 in Saskatoon#11/199625-344 figs; 2 tables1912 Boom effects; Salvation Army; seasonal employment; political and labour actions
Gustafson, GlennEyes above the Ground: Gargoyles, Grotesques and Carvings on Saskatoon Buildings#11/199635-3814 figsSt. John’s Cathedral; Bessborough; College Building, University of Saskatchewan; Chubb Block; Odd Fellows Temple
Klaassen, Tonja GunvaldsenBreath#11/1996391 figPoem; Ethel Catherwood, Saskatoon Lily
Duerkop, JohnOur “Marine Service”: The Saskatoon Ferry 1883-1907#11/199640-569 figs; 1 mapChief Whitecap; ferry mechanics; 1884-85 Andy LaPlante ferryman; Riel Rebellion; 1886 John Stewart ferryman; Temperance Colony
Millar, Ruth &
Jaremko, Ron &
Kovalenko, GeorgeDear Old Facades with Storeys to Tell: A Visual Roundup of Some of Saskatoon’s Vintage Buildings#11/199657-7523 figsPhoto essay; Caswell School; Avenue Building; Cambridge Court; St. Paul’s Cathedral; Hanson/Hollywood Building; National Trust Folk Building; Pendygrasse House; Royal Bank Building; Sommerfeld Block; Victoria School; Centrall Chambers; McKay Block; Roxy; Broadway Theatre; Synagogue; Dowding Building; Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral; Connaught/Blain/Herman Block; Kempthorne Block; Little Chief Service Station; Eaton’s Mail Order Warehouse; Webb Block; Municipal Justice Building; Wilson Block
Bocking, Douglas &
Thiessen, WalterLloyd Whitfield Rodwell (1927-1996)#12/19972001-031 figSaskatchewan Archives Board; local history of Saskatoon; Gustin House; music teacher
Gerald &
Gladys Rose“if Rose Cleaned it — It’s C-L-E-A-N”#12/19974-1413 figsArthur Rose 1913; Depression; war years
Makahonuk, GlenThe One Big Union in Saskatoon: A Case Study of Revolutionary Unionism, 1919-1922#12/199715-275 figsOne Big Union OBU; Labour Party; Industrial Worker of the World; 1918 postal strike; 1919 general strike
Millar, Ruth“Little haciendas on the prairie”: Spanish Architectural Motifs in Certain Saskatoon Structures#12/199728-368 figs + coverCapitol Theatre; Charmbury/Spinks home; Little Chief Service Station; OK Economy store; JH Early Motor Co.; McGavin’s; Park Funeral Chapel
Duerkop, JohnSaskatoon and Saskatchewan Afloat#12/199737-425 figsHMCS Saskatoon; update from SHR #4/1989, pp. 34-40; HMCS Saskatchewan — 4 vessels
Wall, Jason B.The Contributions of James F. Cairns, Businessman and Civic Leader of Saskatoon#13/19982001-075 figs1902 in Saskatoon; 1906 Cairns retail store; 1908 Kinsmen Park; lobby for University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon; helped to get 3 railroads; 1909 Saskatoon Club
Kovalenko, GeorgeThe Roxy: Saskatoon’s Last Historic Theatre#13/19988-2314 figs1930 Roxy; Nate Rotstein 1939; 1960 structural changes and additional theatre added; shows and events
[Sarjeant, William A.S.]Glen Makahonuk: 15 September 1951 – 10 December 1997#13/1998231 figArchivist; labour and social history
Buhr, LarryLost to History: The A.L. Cole Generating Station and Its Industrial Heritage#13/199824-368 figs + coverSaskatoon Power House 1906 Avenue H & Spadina; A.L. Cole 19111 on Avenue A & 19th Street; takeover SPC in 1929; 1929 new station on north side of SPC completed 1945; 1979 talks to repossess land
Kerr, DonaldDraft One: Personal Recollections of a Summer Job at the Saskatoon Brewing Company#13/199837-415 figsSaskatoon Brewing Company 1909-58; 1907-8; Hoeschen-Wentzler Brewery; Labatts 1959-93; Beer: Red Ribbon and Big Chief Stout
Sarjeant, A. MargaretA Happy Ending: The Struggle to Save the Forestry Farm Superintendent’s Residence#13/1998421 fig1995 file for demolition; 1987 agreement for 10-year lease for Friends of the Forestry Farm
Delainey, William P.The Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee: The Main Issues and Events that Led to Its Development 1970-1981#14/19991-1610 figs + coverHistory of heritage preservation in Saskatoon; 1973 CP Station; 1979 Capitol Theatre; TD Bank; Norfolk Trust Building; 1970 Saskatoon Environmental Society created; 1978 Saskatoon Heritage Advisory Board created; 1975 City Planning Dept; 1975 Heritage Act; Saskatoon Heritage Society 1996
Campbell, JoeJazz in Saskatoon at Mid-Century: A Reminiscence #14/199917-235 figsDon Keeler; Gordie King; Joe Campbell Sextet; Gordie Brandt Quintet; touring bands 1940s-50s
Millar, Ruth“All That Jazz” and other Dance Band Music of Bygone Days#14/199924-2810 figsPhoto essay: 1910-50; Knights of Rhythm; Zenith Café Orchestra; Neil Harris’s Jazz Band; Perry Tatte, Ken Peaker; Mitt Jackson; Eddie Mather Band; Vigorous College Nine
Buhr, LarrySaskatoon Brickmaking: Boom-era Building Blocks#14/199929-385 figs; 1 table; 1 map1906-1914; 1910 improved quality; burnt clay brick; concrete blicks for 1906 Power House; 7 companies making bricks before 1918
Kerr, DonaldBroadway Denizen#14/199939-464 figsMemories of Broadway 1950s-1999
Feldman, AnnaThe Jewish Community in Saskatoon: A Short History 1907-1998#15/20011-178 figsLandas 1908; 1908/1910 first services; 1928 Hebrew classes; anti-semitism; entertainment WWII involvement and recruits; artists; musicians; education; future
Millar, RuthJewish Life and People in Saskatoon at Mid-Century: A Pictorial Sampler#15/200118-2311 figsPhoto essay; political (Sid Buckwold); entertainment (Barney Kutz and Gordie Brandt); family (Mitchells); education (Leon Katz ); business and community (Landa family)
Eyre, WayneRemembrance of Saskatoon Past#15/200124-308 figs + coverPost WWII; returning soldiers, exhibition; entertainment
Sarjeant, William A.S.
& Mitchell, TrentSir Henry Rider Haggard in Saskatoon#15/200131-403 figs1856-1925; writing nonfiction and novels: fantasy and history; promoting resettlement schemes; 1902 Ottawa; 10th July 1916 Regina; 13th July 1916 Saskatoon at Strand Theatre
Freydenlund, Jean AllwoodReminiscences of Two Shops on Broadway#15/200141-467 figsTyphoid epidemic 1906-7; 1909 Allwood at 819 Broadway; hardware; 1909 fire and moved to 830 Broadway to 1954; Absalamon Rice shoe store and confectionary 808 Broadway; bought by Avery sisters 1914; ice cream and confectionary; Allwood and Avery married 1917
Duerkop, JohnThe SS Lily: The First Steamer to Visit Saskatoon#15/200147-543 figs; 1 mapShipped from Yarrow UK to Duluth 1876 in parts; steel hull; problems with shallow rivers, especially S. Saskatchewan; HBC posts; Bow and Red Rivers; Edmonton; Battle River; Carrot River; in Saskatoon once on 21st July 1883; sank 2nd September 1883 near Medicine Hat
Kerr, Donald C.Stanley Duane Hanson (1947-2001), Archivist and Historian#16/20022001-032 figsAchievements; publications list
Buhr, LarryGrist for the Mill: Flour Production in Saskatoon to 1910#16/20022004-127 figsCentralized milling to increase rural population; fist in 1902 Saskatoon Milling Co.; 1906 Saskatoon Milling & Elevator Co. Ltd.; 1911 Avenue N and 19th Street Quaker Oats
Duerkop, JohnA Historic Intersection: 3rd Avenue and 21st Street#16/200213-207 figs + coverSW: Flanagan Hotel 1907 (later Senator); SE 1913 F.R. MacMillan Store; 1927 became Avenue Building; NE town hall, police court, fire dept. 1904, 1928 T Eaton opened; NW Flanagan residence, 1928 Birks opened
Millar, RuthArchitectural Influences in the Capitol Theatre, Saskatoon’s Lost Palace of Illusion#16/200221-38*22 figs; 1 map*Missing inserted page between end of p. 22 and beginning of p. 23; May 1929 opened; cinema and other events, cultural, educational, commercial; Spanish, Greek, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and Moorish influences; ceiling of stars; internal operations
Hirsch, EthyleOver 90 Years of Service: The IODE in Saskatoon, 1909-2001#16/200239-5412 figsImperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire est. 1901 in Canada; 1909 in Saskatoon; since 1979 IODE; goal: improvement for lives of children/youth; education; bursaries; helped financially for move of the Stone School; Next-of-Kin Memorial Ave.; list of chapters
Sarjeant, A. MargaretPostscript to “Over 90 Years of Service: The IODE in Saskatoon, 1909-2001”#16/200254-55appendixList of chapters
Kerr, Donald C.Letters of W.A.S. Sarjeant#17/20032001-062 figs1973-77; heritage concerns; letters to MP Alf Gleave; MLA Paul Mostaway; City Mayor and Aldermen; CPR Station; Capitol Theatre
Edwards, Don K.Pleasant Hill, Pleasant Memories#17/20037-167 figs + cover Ukrainian church dome; water; outhouses; stores; movies; trains; diseases; winter precautions; schools; hockey; toboggans; radio
Robertson, Duncan FrancisA Barr Colony Family#17/200317-274 figsIsaac Barr; colonization companies 2700 going to Lloydminster; bought land in 1902; slogan “Canada for the British”; 1903 April in Saskatoon
O’Brien, JeffSaskatoon’s West Industrial Area: An Historical Background#17/200328-402 figs; 2 maps; 1 planCPR track SW from 20th Street to 11th Street and Avenue W; Old City Yard and Stables; flour mill; sawmill; lumberyard; brick manufacture; stone crushing; 1919 city sold stables to farm machinery manufacturer; 1929 early zoning consultant; Diamond Autobody; Hi-Way Refinery; Imperial Oil; Quaker Oats
Squazzin, Cynthia Rescued#18/20042001-053 figs + coverTechnical Collegiate; personal memories of Ernst Lindner as an art teacher
Rempel, Richard A.Academics, Athletes and “All Rounders”#18/20046-1511 figsUniversity of Saskatchewan; Rowles; Leddy; Thode; Rempel; Timlin; Spafford; Fowke; Farstad-Dundes; Wright; Neatby; Gratias
Millar, Ruth WrightUproar on the River#18/200416-268 figsSteamers: Lily, May Queen, Northcote; ferries; bridges; swimming; floods; river ice breakup; accidents; ski jump
Kovalenko, GeorgeThe Day Saskatoon Almost Vanished#18/200427-282 figsCapitol Theatre; what if….
Edwards, Donald K.A Prairie Boy’s Trains#18/200429-344 figs1930s-40s; memories; CPR, CN; travelling on a train
O’Brien, JeffA History of Gordie Howe Park#18/200435-463 figs; 1 plan120 hectares; originally TCC land bought by land speculators for residential area; 1925 Sanatorium built; 1930 seizure of land by city; Holiday Park: 1960 football; 1961 campground; 1962 golf; 1963 baseball; 1966 renamed Gordon Howe Park
Wagner, Bonnie“Squawk, and Squawk Loudly”: Saskatoon’s Battle for Television Service#19/20052001-063 figsCFQC-TV 1954; CKOM or CTV 1966; CBC application rejected in 1967, but finally accepted in 1971
Millar, Ruth WrightRollicking Riversdale: Dennis Fisher Remembers the Fifties#19/20052007-125 figsWorked for CFQC radio; Wall ‘n Den show; river; T. Eaton store; celebrations; crime; ethnic diversity
Kovalenko, GeorgeThe Third Empire Theatre Press Book#19/200513-141 fig1916-28 three press books; reviews of shows; programs; tickets; none after sound movies; now with WDM
Brown, CherylThe Bells of Saskatoon: The Legacy of William James Bell#19/200515-217 figs1903 implement dealer; emigrated from S. Africa to Manitoba 1883; cricket; Public School Board; 1906 city Council; High School Board 1907-18; helped with U of S location; 1928 left Saskatoon
Kerr, DonReg Plumb and the Capitol Theatre#19/200522-241 fig + cover1923 in Saskatoon; worked as usher at Daylight Theatre; became Famous Players employee; 1940 manager and after supervisor; 49 years in theatres
Keeling, Arn“Saskatoon’s Sewer: Pollution and the South Saskatchewan River”#19/200525-303 figsOuthouses and wells; cause of typhoid and other epidemics; raw sewage into river; 1906 began network of pipes for water and sewage; 1908 height of typhoid; 1942 sewage treatment plant; renovations 1943, 1971, 1996
Kusch, FrankFirst family — First land#19/200531-351 fig1883 first family to come; Temperance Colony Company TCC; nothing in Saskatoon – son returned to Moose Jaw for supplies; Karl died 1915; some land bequested to Roman Catholic Church; land disputes and complications.
Kerr, DonDoors Open, Saskatoon, May 29, 2005#19/200536-383 figsPlaces to visit: Senator Hotel; Grace Westminster Church; Little Chief Police Station; St. Mary’s Church; Saskatoon Club; Avenue Building; Bessborough
Kerr, Don &
Tennent, ColinThe College Building#20/20062001-0710 figs + cover1911 building with concrete construction; interior; 1980/1982 National and Provincial Heritage designations; Collegiate Gothic architectural style; Brown & Vallance, Montreal architects; closed due to failed concrete 1994/1997; repaired and reopened 2005
O’Brien, JeffSaskatoon, the Great Depression, and the Civic Relief Board#20/20068-165 figs Population 43,000 1931; worst in Canada; 1932 1200 families need relief; 1600 in 1933; public works: 19th Street subway; Broadway Bridge; Arena; weir; Civic Relief Board 1932-34 kept back funds; refused immigrants (deported); took land as security; demanded repayment; no singles relief; demonstrations against Relief Board
Kerr, DonSaskatoon Housing 1940s#20/200617-226 figsAfter war not enough housing or places to rent; houses built was Wartime Housing Ltd 800 houses 1944-47; problems in low-cost housing
Rempel, Richard A.Saskatoon in the 1950s#20/200623-3712 figs75% growth increase in 50s; potash; cobalt bomb at University; women: Fedoruk; Lawson; secretary Inskip; Frances Morrison
Hawke, GerrySaskatoon and I Grow in the Sixties#20/200638-417 figsMemories: King George School; railways; Pion-Era; Capitol; King Edward Hotel fire
Millar, Ruth WrightPolyester and Kitsch, or Golden Era? A Social History of the Seventies#20/200642-475 figs1972 Women’s Centre at USSU; women’s lib; environmental matters; heritage concerns; ethnic diversity; politicians; sports; arts & entertainment; city expansion
Kuchta, JoeProject 787: “Rehabilitation’ of The Traffic Bridge#20/200648-546 figs; 1 tableMunicipal Heritage Advisory Committee MHAC; history of requests for bridge upkeep and assessment; only partial work in 1979; 2005 report of engineers that bridge cannot be saved
Kovalenko, GeorgeThe Roxy’s Rebirth!#20/200655-573 figsDetails of changes made to the Roxy over the years
Campbell, JoeBob Klassen: A Personal Tribute#20/200658-637 figsFamily history; played many instruments in Saskatoon Symphony and various bands; Bridge City Dixieland Band
Hayden, MichaelHistory of the University of Saskatchewan History Department#21/20072003-109 figs1911 faculty scattered across campus; 1960 first secretary and admin. assistant; G. Simpson; C. Lightbody; Jean Murray; Hilda Neatby; Chair in Native Newcomer History; merging with Classics Department
Avery, CherylOasis for Learning: Landscaping the University of Saskatchewan#21/200711-2414 figs + cover1912-14 Thomas Mawson; 1921-48 Cecil Patterson; the “Bowl”; thematic groups of trees and shrubs
Rempel, RichardThe Culture of the Biology Department at the University of Saskatchewan: C. 1913-1963#21/200725-4315 figs1913 W.P. Thompson genetics; W.P. Fraser and M. Newton wheat plant research; L.G. Saunders entomology; T.C. Vanterpool root rot; D.S. Rawson limnology; Depression; T.J. Arnason genetics; J. Rempel entomology; M. Shaw plant physiology; T. Steeves plant morphology
Spafford, DuffUniversity of Saskatchewan Pottery#21/200744-4916 figsCeramic engineering est. 1922; lasted 30 years
Wilson, A. DianeCentury Houses of Nutana#21/200750-6422 figsTrounce House 512 10th Street E; Marr Residence 326 11th Street E; (pre 1903) 414 11th Street E; (1903-4) 502 11th Street E; (ca. 1904) 718 Melrose Avenue; (1903-6) 221 10th Street E; (1903-6) 330 10th Street E; (1903-6) 408 (402) 10th Street E; (1903-6) 619 Street E; (1906-7) 418 9th Street E; (1906-7) 422 9th Street E; (1906-7) 510 10th Street; (1906-7) 525 10th Street E; (1906-7) 625 University Drive; (1906-7) 1022 Victoria Avenue; (1906-7) 606 Landsdowne Avenue
Brenna, DwayneFifty-Six Years at Stratford and Still Going Strong: An Interview with Robert Hinitt#22/20082002-084 figsTaught French and English at City Park 1950-59; Aden Bowman 1959 till retirement; love of theatre; visited Stratford, Ontario every year; started Castle Theatre in Aden Bowmann
Park, JeffSkip Kutz: A Community of Music#22/20089-135 figsHonoured 1995 at Jazz Festival; father Barney Kutz also a bass player; loves to play all types of music: classical, jazz, country, but jazz is first love; feel of music/community/sharing
Clarke, John LivingstoneAnne Szumigalski’s House, as Sacred Space#22/200814-162 figsHouse at 9 Connaught Place; poet
Millar, Ruth“The Silver Screen in Saskatoon: A Pictorial History of Early Cinema Houses”#22/200817-2516 figs1903 Cairns Hall; 1907 Kevin (later Starland) Theatre; 1907 Bijou Theatre; 1911 Daylight Theatre; 1912 Victoria (became 1930 Tivoli) Theatre; 1912 Strand Theatre; 1915 Empire Theatre (showed Birth of a Nation: first film with music reel); 1929 talkies at new Capitol Theatre; 1946 Broadway Theatre
Halmo, JoanLyell Gustin: His Life and Musical Legacy#22/200826-337 figs + coverEarly life; Lyell Gustin Piano Studio 1920-88; 1924 Musical Art Club; music teacher; Lyell Gustin House now used for arts events; established by Lloyd Rodwell
Kerr, DonNik Semenoff, Artists and Inventor#22/200834-398 figsModern Press; CFQC ads; painting; stone lithography
Sarjeant, PeggyA Delicate Operation: The Story of Moving the Trounce House, Saskatoon’s Oldest Building to Safety#22/200840-424 figs1883; at back of Gustin House; 2006 design to move house forward a few feet and place on a new concrete base; 2007 spring move away from alley
Waygood, KateHeritage: Untold Stories of the Heritage Movement in Saskatoon#22/200843-486 figs1977 move to Saskatoon; NIP Neighbourhood Improvement Program; RRAP Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program; latter program to assist renovation of old homes; studied urban planning at university; formation of Nutana Residents Association; review of land use and zoning; successful candidate for Ward 10 councillor; formation of MHAC; public notification before rezoning; Albert Community Centre
Rempel, DickLou and Ruth Horlick: Good Citizens of Saskatoon and Saskatchewan#23/20102002-105 figsEarly years Ruth’s travels and education as a nurse, esp. in psychiatry; Lou’s background and education as a cardiologist; 1951 marriage; move to Saskatoon 1954; Couples Club; Ruth volunteer work in Psychiatry; Lou continued research and clinical studies while teaching in Medicine
Rashley, MargueriteAllan Bowerman and His Hunting Lodge#23/20102011-124 figs + coverBuilt 1907 and lived spring/summer until 1923; widow sold the house to the Crown 1924; Sanatorium built 1925; Dr. Boughton (superintendent) moved to Bowerman House from 1925-59.
Patrick-Roberts, MarnieA Walk down Memory Lane: An Indulgence#23/201013-165 figsPatrick House 917 Temperance Street; Spencer House 913 Temperance Street; Campbell House 903 Temperance Street; Rempel House 831 Temperance Street; second Patrick House 801 University Drive; Adaskin House 847 University Drive; Bonney House 916 University Drive; MacDonald House 915 University Drive
Sarjeant, PeggyMemories of Joe Zeman (1914-2000), a Dedicated Heritage Advocate#23/201017-181 figSupporter of Saskatoon heritage; work in amateur sport as a coach and volunteer; agricultural economist for Canadian Department of Agriculture; member of the Board of the Heritage Society for 23 years; interests: Normal School and dairy barn at University of Saskatchewan
Kerr, DonNutana Memorial Art Collection#23/201019-256 figs1920 to honour lives of students lost in WWI; request to artists for works; Marion Long “Pauline”; Emile Walters “Winter”; Sybil Jacobson “Reverie”; James H. Henderson “Victoria, B.C.”; James H. Henderson “Chief Pemimotat”; A.Y. Jackson; John William Beatty “Madawaska Valley”
Van Pul, PaulA Brief History of Hydroelectricity in Saskatoon#24/20112002-071 fig; 3 mapsSteam and coal used in power plants; coal famine of 1906; damming of South Saskatchewan an issue; Charles Mitchell to design 1906; question of Mitchell’s choice of location; did not design a lock for boat traffic; private or public enterprise; financial problems 1911; Fraser Brace and the Fort à la Corne site
Millar, RuthWorld War One Flying Ace, Clifford McKay McEwan#24/20118-145 figsAce = five hits against the enemy; born 1896 in Griswold, Manitoba; The Great War; joined army in 1916; orders to fight in Europe changed 1917 and told his application for Royal Flying Corps now accepted; 5 hrs flying experience before going to France; first military planes; 1918 in Italy; Battles of Piave and Vittorio Veneto; between the wars remained in RAF; WWII lead advanced training school at Trenton; England 1944-45 lead Bomber group
Scharf, AlanCollecting History with Your Camera#24/201115-208 figs + coverWhat to shoot; make your picture sing; what to do with the photographs
Thompson, Margaret W.A Memoir of Mrs. W.P. Thompson#24/201121-274 figsWife of university president W.P. Thompson; born 1889 in Ontario; met husband in 1912; taught biology in Ontario; 1914 married and moved to Saskatoon; 1919 crisis in Biology department; 1916 Local Council of Women; 1919 Saskatoon University Women’s Club; relationship with faculty; friends; years in President’s house; family
Lomheim, ShirleyGates of Glory#24/201128-313 figs1928-55 main gates leading to University Hospital; gates to be moved; opposition; 1988 decision to leave gates as memorial to WWI
Tennant (sic), Colin &
Wallace, AndrewSustainable Planning at the University of Saskatchewan#24/201132-407 figs; 1 map; 2 plansGrowth of the university; 1909 master plan; what to teach? 1300 acres of land purchased; scale of plan and scope; plan of buildings to consider availability of electricity and ventilation; 1957 Campus plan; 1961 model plan; transportation issues
Sarjeant, PeggyThe Saskatoon History Review: A Retrospective in Celebration of the Magazine’s 25th Anniversary#25/20122002-063 figsEditors: Julie Harris; Brock Silversides; William “Bill” Sarjeant (13 issues); Don Kerr; various thematic issues mentioned; contributors; name change in 1989 from Saskatoon History to Saskatoon History Review
Van Pul, PaulSeven Decades Underwater: A Look Back at the Weir#25/20127-237 plans1937 idea to build weir to allow planes to land and take off; original plan south of CN (Grand Trunk) bridge; PFRA; closing a dam; construction details; money obtained for relief work; 1939 sanctioned agreement between City and Federal government; finished weir; accidents due to water changes with thinner ice in winter and lack of protective booms in summer; future of the weir? Air harbour concept discussion.
Millar, RuthPictures from the Pages of Saskatoon History Review#25/201221-3829 figs + coverPhoto essay: selection of published photos in last 25 issues
Fortier, J. MichaelHeritage Heroes: Ken Achs#25/2012391 figCPR station renovation; 1923 Hutchinson Building on 2nd Avenue; Union-Laurentian Bank Building (built 1909) on 21st Street & 2nd Avenue; adaptive reuse of King George Hotel (built 1911); Modern Press Building
Sarjeant, PeggyHeritage Heroes: Donald Irvine and the Trounce House#25/2012401 figDiscovered the Trounce House; his work helped in heritage designation and eventual preservation
Tennent, ColinHeritage Heroes: Peter MacKinnon#25/2012411 figFormer president of University of Saskatchewan; appreciated the heritage and style of the College Building; responsible for rehabilitation of the structure
Halmo, JoanHeritage Heroes: Lloyd Rodwell and the Lyell Gustin Legacy#25/2012421 figRodwell studied piano with Lyell Gustin and even taught piano in later years; 1988 purchase after death of Gustin; archived all Gustin’s papers with Provincial Archives; set up trust in his will for care of Gustin house and the Trounce House; restoration of Gustin House completed 2007
Sarjeant, PeggyHeritage Heroes: Bernie Cruikshank and the Superintent’s Residence at the Forestry Farm#25/2012431 figSuperintendent of the Nursery Station; 174 million trees to prairie farmers; 1994 City decides to demolish building and repeal heritage status; 1996 Friends of the Forestry Farm House; lease agreement with City signed 1998; house restored by volunteers 1998-2003; Bernie Cruikshank gave life to FFFH and saved the building
Sarjeant, PeggyA Hundred Years of Heritage Preservation 1911-2011#25/201244-5922 figsWDM; Grant House 712 Dufferin; Local History Room; 1976 Saskatoon Heritage Society; Standard Trust Building demolition 1976; Capitol Theatre demolition 1979 and protest 1982; Crowe Block 1979; Ross Building; Sanatorium; Trounce House; Broadway Walking Tours; CPR Station; Forestry Farm House; Municipal Justice Building 1996 demolition; Gathercole Centre demolition; St. Mary’s Catholic Elementary School; Royal Canadian Legion;
Park, Don &
Rempel, DickTwo Prairie Boys’ Boyhood: Saskatoon Post War 1946-1950#25/201260-707 figsEconomic conditions of Saskatoon; public transport; grocery shopping without a vehicle; impact of WWII; hockey obsession; adventure and sanctuary on the riverbank; paper route memories; radio; reading; music and movies; what happened to us
Geary, DavidMendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory#26/20142002-085 figs; 1 planBuilt 1964, closed as art gallery 2016; beginnings of the Mendel and Mr. Mendel and his art collection; 2004 plans for renovation and expansion; plan aborted in 2009 for the Remai Modern Art Gallery
Bury, JohnRoger Walls Architect and Adventurer: A Memoir#26/20149-138 figs1970 Saskatoon Community Clinic; Sturdy Stone Centre; Education Building; retired to sail around the world; personal life
Kerr, DonnAn Interview with Ken Achs#26/201414-165 figsPersonal reminiscences; King George Hotel Hutchinson Block; Luxe Condominium Broadway & 11th Street
Delainey, BillTrek to Saskatoon#26/201417-222 figs; 1 mapApril 1883 two Caswell brothers, Robert and Joseph trek to Saskatoon from Moose Jaw with the Temperance Colonists; problems crossing rivers and ravines; late spring blizzard; mud; leader George Grant; finding trails; Beaver Cree; White Cap Indian Reserve; arrival in Saskatoon
Thomas, StanThe Caswell “Boys” Hit 80! Saskatoon in the 1940’s — a Reflection of Boyhood Life#26/201423-298 figs + coverFormer students of Caswell Hill School; memories; war; cinema; winter; girls; spring, summer; radio; jobs; the river; manual training; athletes; what happened and where are they now?
Campbell, JoeFriendly Facing#26/201430-311 figDemolition of the Legion Hall in downtown Saskatoon; memories of dances and jazz; “Although I go to funerals, I draw the line at executions”
Kerr, DonBook Review: David Kaplan (2012), The Well-Tempered Klezmerer#26/201432-331 figArrived in Saskatoon to teach Music Education at the University; he started many music bands; worked with Joseph Naytowhow; wrote and played music for Remembrance day and the Holocaust Memorial Service
McPherson, RobertBook Review: Bernard Flaman (2013), Architecture of Saskatchewan: A Visual Journey 1930-2011#26/201433-377 figsSketches, drawing, schematics and blue-prints as well as photos of buildings; Saints Peter and Paul Ukrainian Church 1961; Lutheran Theological Seminary 1968; Sturdy Stone Centre 1977; Wanuskewin Heritage Park Interpretive Centre 1992; Saskatchewan Crescent home 1999
Van Pul, PaulThe Beginnings of the Saskatoon Air Harbour 1927-1929#27/20152-145 figs; 2 maps; 2 plans1911 first plane in Saskatoon; McClelland & Lobb Aerodrome 1919; Keng Wah School 1919; First Saskatchewan Aviation Company; Air Harbour location controversy; 1928 Saskatoon Municipal Aerodrome; fuelling station; Trans Canada Airway; night flying and air mail service; Aero Club
[Kerr, Don]In Memoriam 2014-2015#27/201514Muriel Bremner: May 1923-August 2014; Florence Charmbury 1923-November 2014; Arlean McPherson May 1927-July 2015
Wilson, DianneArlington Ingalls Farnam and the Farnam Block#27/201515-225 figs; 5 plans; 1 table + cover1908 Farnam in Saskatoon; owner of general store on Broadway; built 1912; blue-print plans from City Archives; interior; list of occupants in 1913; two addresses: 531 – 11th Street or 650 Broadway Avenue; 1923 left Saskatoon
Geary, DaveThe Farnam Block and the Merry Mansion — A Lively Cultural History#27/201523-3410 figs; 5 colour figs (insert); 2 colour figs inside back coverFarnam Block housed many businesses and people since 1912; Hippie Days; posters, incense etc.; coffee house (The Crypt); art galleries; book stores; clothing stores; Lydia’s (poetry; Friday’s after Five; ghosts); Satellite house at rear known locally as Merry Mansion; Humphrey and the Dumptrucks; The Stuff Store; Turning the Tide (bookstore); paintings of the block by Richard Popoff and Vince Broda – see inside back cover
Wood, JudyThe Destruction of a Broadway Icon: The Fall of the Farnam Block#27/2015[29A-B]5 colour figsPhoto essay; pictures depicting the demolition of the Farnam Block
Millar, Ruth WrightDiana Wright: from London Society Pages to Prairie Activist#27/201535-435 figs1936 skier on Olympic team in Germany; born in Toronto 1908; married in England 1932; son George came to Canada; divorced 1940; Children’s Aid Society during war; met and married Jim Wright 1944 (a journalist, writer, and activist); moved to Landis area; moved to Saskatoon 1950 in Grasswood area; Diana started to write in 1960s; Governor-General Vanier; Jim’s suicide 1974; Saskatoon Environment Society; died 1982
Kerr, DonEd Abramson: World of Talk#27/201544-451 figUniversity of Saskatchewan Film Society; choosing movies; memories
Rempel, Richard A.Walter Surma Tarnopolsky: 1932-1993#27/201546-511 figUkrainian Canadian raised in Gronlid, Saskatchewan; became law professor; inspired by Prof. Charles Lightbody (modern European history); President SRC 1956; moved to New York for Masters in History; 1954 returned to U of S to study Law; retained interest in international affairs and was a member of WUSC; NFCUS and the University; an author of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms 1982; died 1993
Kerr DonBook Review: Sara Williams (2014): Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo: A Photographic History#27/201551-522 figsDetails of the nursery at the Forestry Farm: Manitoba Maple; native Green Ash; native elm; Caragana; poplar; willow; superintendents James McLean (1914-42) and Les Kerr (1942-66)
Geary, DaveEli Bornnstein, The Tree of Knowledge, and the Beginning of Public Abstract Sculpture in Saskatoon#28/20162002-1013 figs + cover; 2 figs colour inside back coverModern art in 50s; 1958 Tree of Knowledge; Eli Bornstein and his life; history of the 1956 commission; development of the sculpture through models; public response; artist’s response; post-controversy and use of the image by Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation; two paintings by Eli Bornstein on inside back cover
Kerr, DonCampus Radio#28/201611-214 figs1965 radio went on the air; Saskatoon Society for Public Broadcasting; 1974 conflict regarding management control; 1977, 1981, 1982, 1984 reports; 1985 station closed; audience; programs (success of Goon Show from Britain); ads; interviews with Wayne Eyre, Dwayne Brenna; Michael Pollock; Ken Gordon, and Larry Gelmon
Van Pul, PaulThe Saskatoon Municipal Airport 1936-1940#28/201622-331 fig; 4 plans; 1 mapChange in federal government and new promotion of airports; expanded facilities in Saskatoon; regulations to be met; various airport plans; 1938 finalized plans, but improvements to be made for night flying; mail service 1938; passenger flights no toilets; snow clearing in winter; sewer and water line extensions 1940; changing management companies before the war.
Jaremko, Ron; CuratorIn Case of Fire: A Selection of Photographs from the Saskatoon Public Library Local History Gallery Show of 2012#28/201634-4014 figsPhoto essay; 1904 fire hall 3rd Avenue & 21st Street; 1908 Fire Hall #1 23rd Street & 4th Avenue; 1911 horse-drawn wagons; fire hall on east side near Broadway on 11th Street, 1912; National Trust fire 1915; firemen helping with harvest WWII 1944; 1951 Winnipeg Pain and Glass Company and Canada Egg products fire; 1952 Grummett and Sons fire; 1958 Mayfair Church fire.
Van Pul, PaulSaskatoon Airport 1941-1953: A Matter of Runways#29/20192002-0810 figs, including 3 plansDevelopment of the Saskatoon Airport; importance of size and runway designation and placement; buildings built during WWII for servicemen; civilian and civic changes to the design of the airport after the war; details of runway structure and construction.
Kerr, DonnFrank Peters, Working Man
From a personal interview conducted in 2018#29/20192009-102 figsConstruction companies and construction buildings worked on by Frank Peters from 1951 to 1991; Ellis Hall; Lawson Heights Mall; Wright Construction; General Construction Workers Union Local 890.
Morton, AlanPublic Transit for the Masses: Saskatoon’s Municipal Street Railway#29/201911-167 figs + coverHistory of the streetcar in Saskatoon and elsewhere; 4 early routes; role of Long Hill and Traffic Bridge; Avenue C Municipal Railway Depot; extension to Sutherland; winter hazards with iced rails; 1922 accident on Long Hill; robbery in 1931; trolleys and buses replace streetcars; last journey 1951.
Park, Don &
Rempel, DickMemories of City Park Collegiate#29/201917-215 figsCity Park Collegiate, built 1929; memories of high school 1948-1952; what happened after school and weekends, dances; school subjects and teachers especially Robert Arn and Bob Hinnitt; what happened after graduation and university
[Saskatoon Heritage Society]In Memoriam#29/201922-235 figsGary Blain Hooge (1940-2017); Jeanne Isabel Walters (1922-2018); William Paul Currelly Hamilton (1938-2018); Chesley Speer Anderson (1928-2018); Cleoniky “Cleo” Girgulis (Barootes) (1921-2018).
Millar, Ruth WrightPassport to the Future: Saskatoon Schools#29/201924-4025 figs, including figs 9, 24, 25 in colour on inside back coverPhoto essay: Castle schools; Aden Bowman Collegiate (Bob Hinnitt); Buena Vista School (1914); City Park Collegiate (“Reach for the Top 1971); King George School (Gordie Howe); Nutana Collegiate (1918 domestic science class); R.J.D. Williams School for the Deaf (woodworking and regular class); Saskatoon Technical Collegiate (1945 play “The Patsy” and WWII role; Ernst Lindner; Sharon Butala); St. Joseph’s School (1980 Native Survival School); St. Paul’s High School (began 1911 in St. Paul’s Church basement); Sutherland School (role of the railway and “cinder” roads and sidewalks); Victoria School (3 schools from late 1880s to 1910; additions 1928/29 and 1966; attic classroom 1913); Walter Murray Collegiate (1961); Wilson School (1914; renovations and repurposing by Affinity Credit Union 2011-2014).