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Adrian, Phyllis and Val carrying butchered chickens
Adrian, Phyllis and Val carrying butchered chickens
Image of a man, woman and boy carrying butchered chickens in a pail south of Arcola. The man is Adrian Paton, the woman beside him is Phyllis Resvick, and the young girl helping carry a pale is Val Paton., Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
After the breakdown to Battleford
After the breakdown to Battleford
Image of a broken down vehicle near Battleford. On the front it says, ""After the break down to Battleford Sask 1912 on the prairie., Donated by the Jamieson Museum, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Andrew Littlechief and Burning Sweetgrass
Andrew Littlechief and Burning Sweetgrass
Image of Andrew Littlechief, and his father, Burning Sweetgrass. Andrew Littlechief is holding a red ensign in his right hand. Picture is taken from a postcard., Donated by Bill Mills, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Andrew Littlechief and Burning Sweetgrass
Andrew Littlechief and Burning Sweetgrass
Image of Andrew Littlechief, and his father, Burning Sweetgrass. Andrew Littlechief is holding a red ensign in his right hand. Picture is taken from a postcard., Donated by Bill Mills, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Andrew Littlechief holding a red ensign
Andrew Littlechief holding a red ensign
Image of a young Aboriginal boy named Andrew Littlechief at a pow wow on the White Bear Indian Reservation., Donated by Bill Mills, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Andrew Littlechief holding a red ensign
Andrew Littlechief holding a red ensign
Image of a young Aboriginal boy named Andrew Littlechief at a pow wow on the White Bear Indian Reservation., Donated by Bill Mills, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Andrew Littlechief on horseback
Andrew Littlechief on horseback
Image of an Aboriginal man named Andrew Littlechief holding a red ensign, while on horseback. This Andrew Littlechief is not the same person we saw in previous photos. On the front of the photograph, it says, ""Cree Indian Carlyle Sask., Donated by Bill Mills, Andrew Littlechief, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Annie Fish kneading bread in the cook car
Annie Fish kneading bread in the cook car
Image of a woman kneading bread in a cook car, Donated by Donald Bone, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Annie Nixon and Fret ""Trilly"" Nixon playing the violin
Annie Nixon and Fret ""Trilly"" Nixon playing the violin
Image of two young women playing the violin near Wordsworth. Annie is on the left, and Trilly is on the left. Picture is taken from a postcard., Donated by Ross Stockton, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Arcola Curlers: Back, W.T. Hislop, W.A. Hislop. Front: Jack Hooper, James Thompson.
Arcola Curlers: Back, W.T. Hislop, W.A. Hislop. Front: Jack Hooper, James Thompson.
Image of the Arcola curling team. On the back of the photo, it says that Cork Hislop was the owner of the team. This team had just won a Regina Bonspiel. Above the trophy on the left, it says Merchants 1st Prize. Above the trophy on the right, Grand Challey., Donated by the Arcola Museum, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Arcola Football Club
Arcola Football Club
Image of the Arcola football team. Today, they would be called the soccer team. Starting in the back row from the left: W.F. Youngblud (President), J.F. Bremer (Vice-President), D. Christie, W. Culverhouse, H. McCarthey (Captain), S. Knight, C. Sturgess, J. Jackson (Hon. President), H. Bridge (Trainer). Second row, sitting on chairs from the left: A. Webb, P.B. Thomson, J. Mines, F. Culverhouse, S. Davidson. Third Row, sitting on the floor: J. Cheyne, J. McIntosh, A. Allan. Fourth Row, lying on the floor: Russell Jackson (Mascot)., Donated by the Arcola Museum; Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society; Names of subjects: J. F. Bremer; H. McCarthey; C. Sturgess; W.F. Youngblud; D. Christie; W. Culverhouse; S. Knight; J. Jackson; H. Bridge; A. Webb; P.B. Thomson; J. Mines; F. Culverhouse; S. Davidson; J. Cheyne; J. McIntosh; A. Allan; Russell Jackson
Arcola Hockey Team
Arcola Hockey Team
Image of the Arcola hockey team. P. Young L. Wing, B. Quesnell Rover, K.B. Patterson Centre, B. Barager Cover Point, Mayor McGuirk Hon. President, W. Flath Goal, A.M. Matheson Point Captain, E. Knight, and one last player whose first two initials are T.W., but the rest is unreadable. The logos on the jereseys depict wings, and thus it is likely their nicknames were the ""Flyers., Donated by the Arcola Museum, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.

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