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Bateman Hockey Club
Bateman Hockey Club
Image of the Bateman hockey team loading up a covered truck which will drive them to their next game. In the foreground of the left side of the picture, there is a gas bowser with the company name ""AcTo."" Above the covered truck, there is a sign that says ""B – A."" That was the British American Oil Company logo. To the right of that sign, there is a sign with a handwriteen 'C' on it. It is likely a Coca-Cola sign., Donated by Les Coote, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Battleford 1912
Battleford 1912
A photograph pertaining to Adrian Paton's personal photographic collection and accompanying audio from an interview with Mr. Paton regarding that collection.
Battleford Indian Camp
Battleford Indian Camp
Image of an Aboriginal camp near Battleford. There is a clothesline hanging from the top of the tent. There is also a buggy to the right of the tent. On the front it says, ""Battleford Indian Camp., Donated by the Jamieson Museum, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Beaver hides at the sawmill trapped in the park
Beaver hides at the sawmill trapped in the park
Image of three men standing in front of a large number of beaver pelts at Martin Geoghagan's sawmill. From left to right: Martin Geoghagan, Leonard Big Eagle and Ed Sandy. On the back of the photograph it says, ""“Beaver hides at the sawmill trapped in the park."" Below it, it says, ""Martin G – Leonard Big Eagle – Ed Sandy., Donated by Martin Geoghagan, Martin Geoghagan; Leonard Big Eagle; Ed Sandy. On the back of the photograph it says, "“Beaver hides at the sawmill trapped in the park." Below it, it says, "Martin G – Leonard Big Eagle – Ed Sandy.", Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Beaver pelts sold for $30-$33 that year
Beaver pelts sold for $30-$33 that year
Image of two men holding beaver pelts at Martin Geoghagan's sawmill. The man on the left is Steve McArthur and on the right is Martin Geoghagan. McArthur is an Aboriginal man. On the back of the picture it says, ""Beaver pelts sold for $30-$33 that year., Donated by Martin Geoghagan, Steve McArthur; Martin Geoghagan Image of two men holding beaver pelts at Martin Geoghagan's sawmill. The man on the left is Steve McArthur and on the right is Martin Geoghagan. On the back of the picture it says, "Beaver pelts sold for $30-$33 that year.", Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Becoming an honourary chief
Becoming an honourary chief
Image of a white man named J. Rosborough being inducted in as an honourary chief. It is likely that this picture was taken on the same day as a pow wow or a sports day in Grenfell. From left to right: Old Pennipekeesick, J. Rosborough, Felex Pennipekeesick, Christopher Rosberough, Paul Acoose, Chief Baptisie McLeod, Peter George, Walter Ashfield., Donated by the Jamieson Museum, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Bill Paton in goalie equipment at Wood River
Bill Paton in goalie equipment at Wood River
Image of Bill Paton on the Wood River near Gravelbourg in his goalie equipment., Donated by William Paton, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Blanche & Lenore – July 2nd: 47
Blanche & Lenore – July 2nd: 47
Image of two women, one sitting in a wheelbarrow, and the other pushing it., Donated by Mary Paton, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Brian, Bill and Sue playing with an electric train set
Brian, Bill and Sue playing with an electric train set
Image of Brian (right), Bill (middle) and Sue (left) looking at an electric train set they received as a gift for Christmas. Photo was taken on a farm near Willmar, Saskatchewan., Donated by Mary Legge, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Bright Star
Bright Star
Image of an Aboriginal man named Bright Star, who was the son of Chief Crowfoot of the Blackfoot tribe., Donated by Gill Watson, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.
Brother and sister
Brother and sister
A photograph pertaining to Adrian Paton's personal photographic collection and accompanying audio from an interview with Mr. Paton regarding that collection.
Brother and sister skiing
Brother and sister skiing
Image of Keith (left) and Merl (right) Gordon skiing on their farm three miles south of Arcola., Donated by Bill Gordon, Collection made available through partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.

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