Absolutely the Most Perfect Blower Made - The A. Stanley Jones Blower Co. Ltd. :
Western Development Museum Curatorial Centre Saskatoon
Image of the A. Stanley Jones Blower priced at $175 and labelled "Absolutely the Most Perfect Blower Made"
Images Used: Chapter 2 (A Dying Race): Non-Aboriginal men and huddled indigenous woman
University Library, University of Saskatchewan
University Archives & Special Collections
Letter from Edward Wedge to Mrs. Lea Collins, June 27, 1962.
Saskatoon Public School Division
Letter from Edward Wedge (Secretary-Treasurer of the Saskatoon Collegiate Institute Board) to Mrs. Lea Collins (Director of the Saskatoon Art Centre) outlining that he was able to make arrangements for Nutana Collegiate Art Gallery paintings to be used in an exhibit at the Western Development Museum. They selected twelve paintings, and asked that the Saskatoon Art Centre make arrangements for transportation. The twelve paintings are listed on a corresponding page, which indicates the exhibit would run from July 2-7.
City of Saskatoon
Images of the bronze statue of Chief Whitecap (Wapahaska) holding a rifle (symbol of war), an eagle fan (symbol of peace) and a medal (symbolizing the past loyalty of the Dakota People to the Crown in past conflicts) - South of Saskatoon in Chief Whitecap Park Donated by MVA and Whitecap Dakota First Nation Band Commissioned by both MVA and Whitecap Dakota First Nation, the Whitecap Dakota First Nation received Centennial Funding. Chief Whitecap Park: Follow Lorne Avenue South until you reach Grasswood Road (4.4km from Western Development Museum). Turn right on Grasswood Road. Drive 3.2 km until you reach the dead end. The sculpture is 150 yards from the parking lot