A large adobe brick with straw inclusions - museum sign describing brick reads "Adobe Brick: This adobe block that is made of mud and straw and set in a brick mold was found in a farm-house wall near Edgeley, SK. Adobe was one of many materials used in construction projects during Saskatchewan's pioneer years. It is still found in many parts of the world."
Letter to Angus McKay from Robert Hammond :
University Library, University of Saskatchewan
Letter reading - "Qu Appelle N.W.T. Oct 30/86 - Mr Angus McKay, Dear Sir, [?] to acknowledge written thanks. Eighteen dollars in full settlement of account which please receive the [?] shall be glad to have our order at any further time as I have your measure and trust to continue to give satisfaction. I remain yours Most Respect $18.00, Robert Hammond" - embossed at top left "Laurel" surrounded by laurels
Image of a number of troops at Qu'Appelle station. This photo was taken on the north side of the tracks. These troops marched from here to Fort Qu'Appelle. On the bottom of the photograph it says, ""Entered according to act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture.
Infantry unit crossing bridge
Adrian Paton private collection
Image of one of General Middleton's infantry units crossing a bridge over what is likely the Qu'Appelle River. On the bottom of the photograph it says, ""Entered according to act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture.