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  1. Ceejay #

    The Baker Slide collection is an absolutely amazing collection of images! Thanks for putting them online.

    April 12, 2012
    • Wayne Morgan #

      For further enjoyment get a copy of Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery’s catalogue of their exhibition EVERETT BAKER; PICTURING A UTOPIAN REALITY with excellent essays by Director Heather Smith and Brett Fairbairn.

      Also Fifth House published EVERETT BAKER’S SASKATCHEWAN; PORTRAITS OF AN ERA selected by Bill Waiser in 2008

      Both feature pictures not yet on the website.

      wpm

      August 25, 2012
  2. Michèle Roux #

    Bonjour, mes grands-parents sont venus s’installer au Canada Val Marie en 1927 / 28 où ils ont reçu des terres. Je possède de nombreuses photographies de leur installation. Mon père qui avait alors 3 ans devait les rejoindre dès que leur installation serait stabilisée. Malheureusement ma grand-mère est morte 8 mois plus tard et mon grand-père n’a plus jamais donné signe de vie. Est-ce que je peux trouver des renseignement sur ses terres, et le parcours de mon grand-père (GUILLON Emile) dont je viens de découvrir la trace sur le site musée virtuel de la Saskatchewan; En vous remerciant par avance.
    Cordialement Michèle

    February 28, 2014
  3. Tyler Coote #

    What ever happened to the old style historical cairn located on the north side of Wadena. The marker was the old Saskatchewan shape green plaque mounted on a post on stone pad. The marker description was about Assinniboia district of the North West Territory.

    April 24, 2014
    • SHFS #

      Hi Tyler! Thanks for the comment. Would you happen to know how long this particular marker has been missing?
      Your description of its shape confirms that it is a Sask. Gov’t marker, not one of the Society’s. So I will forward your message along to the Heritage Branch with the hope that they can provide some answers for you. Thanks for spotting the marker’s absence! Unfortunately, some times markers and signs end up as personal trophies. Let’s hope this is not the case for this plaque. Cheers!

      April 25, 2014

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