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Barns - U. of Sask - 1946
Barns - U. of Sask - 1946
Image of the Stone Barn on the University of Saskatchewan Campus - "Barns - U. of Sask - 1946" printed on photo in white ink
Barns U. of Sask
Barns U. of Sask
Image of five cows standing outside of the stone barn on the University of Saskatchewan campus - fence in foreground, Written on album page: "Barns U. of Sask"
Barnyard at the Mission Farm
Barnyard at the Mission Farm
Image of a large barn with six men standing out front - cows in corral in foreground - another barn in right background with large stacks of hay and trough on a conveyance system (which exits from barn to left) in foreground, Written on back: "Boval farm - this is run by the religious"
Barr Colonist Reunion for Exhibition
Barr Colonist Reunion for Exhibition
Images of an article from The Star on July 18th 1928 entitled "Barr Colonist Reunion for Exhibition - Large Number Will Come to Saskatoon from Lloydminster" - two parts
Barr Colonists Here Eighteen Years Ago
Barr Colonists Here Eighteen Years Ago
Images of an article published on the eighteenth anniversary of the Barr Colonists arriving in Saskatoon in 1903 with photographs of the tents and covered wagons
Barr Colonists Season Ticket July 23rd to 28th and letter
Barr Colonists Season Ticket July 23rd to 28th and letter
Images of the front and back of a ticket issued to Mr. F. Hembrow-Smith - front reads: "Valid only if endorsed on back - Barr Colonists Season Ticket July 23rd to 28th Saskatoon Industrial Exhibition issued to Mr. F. Hembrow Smith - good only for admission to outside gates for person named - no passes issued to grand stand - A. Wilson Presdident, R. Shannon Vice-President, Sid W. Jones Manager - Not Transferable - No. 534 1928" - back reads: "Conditions - This Complimentary Ticket is issued on account of courtesy. IT IS NOT TRANSFERABLE, and if presented by any other than the party named theron, the Gatekeeper will take it up and collection the admission fee. Party presenting this ticket for admission must affix SIGNATURE. In order that the Exhibition Association may have an extra check on the daily attendance, the holder of this admission ticket will be required to sign a statistical slip in the presence of the Gateman, which slop the Gateman will take up and deposit in the box at gate. Statistical slip must be secured from Gateman for each admission. _____Signature", Accompanying letter reads: "Greetings from the President, Directors and Management of the Saskatoon Industrial Exhibition - We are enclosing you a Complimentary Ticket to attend our Exhibition to be held the week of July 23 to 28 - Especially do we want you to be present on Wednesday, when the Grand Re-Union of the Barr Colonists will be held - On arrival please call at the Barr Colonists' Marquee when fill information for the program and honored guest will be given to you - We hope you enjoy yourself - The best that we have is none too good for you - A. Wilson- President, Sid W. Johns- Manager"
Barr Colonists alongside train
Barr Colonists alongside train
Image of Barr Colonists out side the stopped train en route to Saskatchewan - CPR two man jigger off track next to train, Hembrow-Smith Collection (Barr Colonists)
Barr Colonists in Reunion to Observe 23rd Anniversary
Barr Colonists in Reunion to Observe 23rd Anniversary
Images of an article written about the Barr Colony reunion in Saskatoon in 1926 in three parts
Barr Colony Arrived Here 25 Years Ago
Barr Colony Arrived Here 25 Years Ago
Images of newspaper clippings from the Third Page of The Star from April 17, 1928 - article titled "Barr Colony Arrived Here 25 Years Ago" the focus - other articles and new from the day also visible - two parts
Barr Colony Camp
Barr Colony Camp
Image of a group of conical tents next to railroad track in Saskatoon in 1903 with immigration building (rail car) and large two-and-a-half story building to left of image - wagons, people and livestock also visible dispersed among the tents, Hembrow-Smith Collection (Barr Colonists)
Barr Colony Dinner. Imperial Restaurant, Hudson Bay.
Barr Colony Dinner. Imperial Restaurant, Hudson Bay.
Image of the program from the March 31st 1927 Barr Colony Dinner at the Imperial Restaurant in Hudson Bay: "Toast, His Majesty, The King. Mr. Percy. A. Jones, Address of Welcome, Mayor G.W. Norman. Reminiscences, Mr. W.P. Bate. Children of England, Mr. Percy A. Jones. Home-land. Rev. W.H. English. Land of our adoption. Reminiscences Mr. James Clinkskill, Reminiscences Sheriff Calder. Go d Save the KING."
Barr Colony Members
Barr Colony Members
Image of a typed list entitled "Barr Colony Members" with hand-written additions: "F.E. Guppy. 306 26th St West Saskatoon, Mrs E. Marriot. 1105 32nd Street, Mrs Tupman " ", Percy Jones 508 8th St. Mrs. Percy Jones, Fred Dalby 909 Avenue H, S, H.C. Baker Nutana, P.B. Shaw 1023 Avenue L. S, F.F. Bates 12th Street Suthterland School Board Offices, Robert Hawkins 207 11th St., Arthur Randall 1019 Avenue A. N, T. Hunter 1040 14th Street, Mrs Fox 125 Fifth Avenue, Miss Fox " ", Geo. Mayfield Elstow, L. Stringer 805 Avenue H, S, F. Hembrow Smith 836 Main Street, C.B. Whitney 305 Avenue B. S, W. Horden Saskatoon 638 5th Street [?], Gordon Watson, Lashburn, Bishop Lloyd, Mrs Lloyd and daughter, Stanley Caparnie Saskatoon, Mrs S. Caparnie, Stanley Sunderland and Father 339 Ave Q, S, Haggerty c/o W.J. Hill 103 23rd St. [?], Mrs Wakeling 712 Eastlake, Geo Taylor, Forestry Farm Sutherland, Geo Worthington, Perdue, Harry Postel, Blucher, Mr & Mrs Tom Capes, Zelma, W. Beerling, Asquith, Rod Udell, King Edward Hotel Saskatoon, Rev. W.H. English and Wife Paynton, P.O. Sask., A.A. Tash 319 22nd St. East Saskatoon, John Morgan Spinney Hill, A. Bater, Balgennie [ie. Balgonie], Sask., Walter Barker Moose Jaw, F. Haues 732 9th Avenue Saskatoon, John Robertons Bradwell, Eric Auth [?], Chas Microft Elstow, Leo Dallas Wpg, P. Sylvester Hordern, A and L Sapsford Biggar, Douglas Potts Sutherland, Mr Wm Turnbull 928 Ave D. N., Klombuis[?] Lashburn, [?] Lloydminster, Lyle Thomas Grandora, Mrs Johnston Lashburn, Mr Wm Bell Battleford, Stapley Vancouver, Mr Cook Regina, Mr [?] Price Delisle, A Pulley 8th St (Dr. [?] boy), Mrs. Edwin Milner Sutherland, Mr Groupeon[?], Tom Blackburn, Rob Blackburn Regina, E.J. Lapsford Barr Perdue, D. R. Pitts, Rouwell[?], Hope[?] Johnston, Pennington[?] Hardy, ? Darnborough[?] [?], Chas Mycroft Elstow, Mrs. Wellin[?] Kewatin Blk[?], Bill Reddington Battlefod, James E. Robinson 902 8th St" with numbers and x's next to names

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