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"50th Anniversary 1914-1964 - All Saints Anglican Church, Shaunavon, Saskatchewan" white china souvenir plate
"50th Anniversary 1914-1964 - All Saints Anglican Church, Shaunavon, Saskatchewan" white china souvenir plate
White china souvenir plate with gold edging reading "50th Anniversary 1914-1964 - All Saints Anglican Church, Shaunavon, Saskatchewan" under a drawing of a church
"CJSN Radio - 1490" ashtray
"CJSN Radio - 1490" ashtray
Grey glass ashtray with "CJSN Radion - 1490" in white lettering - drawing of microphone to left
"Compliments of Hugh Stevenson Ltd. Shaunavon, Sask." white china souvenir plate
"Compliments of Hugh Stevenson Ltd. Shaunavon, Sask." white china souvenir plate
White china souvenir plate with green edging reading "Compliments of Hugh Stevenson Ltd. Shaunavon, Sask" with pink roses in center
"Crown and Anchor Dice From My Carnival Days"
"Crown and Anchor Dice From My Carnival Days"
Seven ivory dice with crowns, anchors, hearts, diamond, spades, clubs on all sides - note reads "Crown and Anchor Dice From My Carnival Days With F.O. Bransted - Len "Hymie" Hanft - These dice are made of IVORY not PLASTIC"
"First Baptist Church, Shaunavon, Sask. February 1913-1963" white china souvenir plate
"First Baptist Church, Shaunavon, Sask. February 1913-1963" white china souvenir plate
White china souvenir plate with gold edging with "First Baptist Church, Shaunavon, Sask. February 1913-1963" under drawing of church and house
"Poker chips from F.O. Bransted's Gambling Den in Shaunavon - It was a little shack just south of the Shaunavon Hotel"
"Poker chips from F.O. Bransted's Gambling Den in Shaunavon - It was a little shack just south of the Shaunavon Hotel"
Box of blue and red poker chips with cows faces on them that say "Steer Head" - note affixed to box lid reads "Poker chips from F.O. Bransted's Gambling Den in Shaunavon - It was a little shack just south of the Shaunavon Hotel"
"Salem Co. Lutheran Church, Shaunavon, Saskatchewan - 60th Anniversary 1916-1976" white china souvenir plate
"Salem Co. Lutheran Church, Shaunavon, Saskatchewan - 60th Anniversary 1916-1976" white china souvenir plate
White china souvenir plate with gold edging reading "Salem Co. Lutheran Church, Shaunavon, Saskatchewan - 60th Anniversary 1916-1976" under a drawing of a new church with the old church sitting in the clouds above
"Shaunavon 1913-1988" white china souvenir plate
"Shaunavon 1913-1988" white china souvenir plate
White china souvenir plate with gold edging reading "Shaunavon 1913-1988" around a drawing of a train station and tracks, Printed on back: "1987 - Plate Number 5 in the limited edtion of 300 - Commemorating Shaunavon's 75th Anniversary in 1988. The first work train came through Shaunavon, at that time a village, in late November 1913. A three level C.P.R. Station was built in 1914; Shaunavon becoming a divisional point. A contributing factor was the pure water which was used for steam engines. Shaunavon was the first village in the dominion to apply for recognition as a town, within a year of its founding, by enactment of special legislation. The town had the services of two trains daily. The station hasn't been used for passenger service for over twenty years, and it was demolished in June of 1987."
"Shaunavon Sask. Tourist Camp - The Heart of the Last New West Nominal Charge" metal sign
"Shaunavon Sask. Tourist Camp - The Heart of the Last New West Nominal Charge" metal sign
Metal sign reading "Shaunavon Sask. Tourist Camp - The Heart of the Last New West Nominal Charge" - white lettering on blue background
"Shaunavon, Sask. Golden Jubilee 1913-1963" white china souvenir plate
"Shaunavon, Sask. Golden Jubilee 1913-1963" white china souvenir plate
White china souvenir plate with gold edging reading "Shaunavon, Sask. Golden Jubilee 1913-1963" with drawings of the High School, Union Hospital, Court House and Town Hall, Shaunavon Park - "Canada", maple leafs and a beaver around edge in gold
1905-1955 Saskatchewan Golden Jubilee
1905-1955 Saskatchewan Golden Jubilee
Programme for "Saskatchewan Sings" presented by the Shaunavon Public School Golden Jubilee Choir commemorating Saskatchewan's Golden Jubilee.
1914-1918 Peace, Nov. 11th, 1918 [commemorative plate]
1914-1918 Peace, Nov. 11th, 1918 [commemorative plate]
Decorative plate commemorating the end of World War I. The circumference of the plate has calendar months between blue birds printed on it. The center of the plate has four flags printed on it with a white [dove?] in the center. The Italian, British, America, French and Belgian flags (from L to R) are represented. The plate reads: ""Compliments of W. J. Hawkins, "The Jeweler" Shaunavon, Sask.""

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