Archives Timeline: Sources

Some of the photographs in this exhibit appear courtesy of the Photography Department, AV Services, University of Regina. Photographer: Don Hall.

StarPhoenix photographs appear with the permission of the Saskatoon StarPhoenix


Sources consulted in the preparation of this exhibit include:

Saskatchewan Archives Board Annual Reports, 1945-46 to 2013-2014.

Saskatchewan Archives news sections (under various titles) published in Saskatchewan History magazine, 1948 to 2014.

Champ, Joan. "To Inform and Encourage: Fifty Years of Saskatchewan History." Saskatchewan History 50, no. 1 (Spring 1998), 3-24.

Saskatchewan Archives Board [SAB], R-33.1, T.C. Douglas fonds, file 815, Leaders of the Opposition and Other Parties.

SAB, S-M14, J.H. Sturdy fonds, file I.14, Archives.


SAB, S-5.6, Legislative Assembly Clippings, “Regina may lose historic records,” 10 March 1945.

SAB, S-5.6, Legislative Assembly Clippings, “Bill to make university custodian of archives,” 17 March 1945.

SAB, S-5.6, Legislative Assembly Clippings, “Corridor and Chamber,” 22 March 1945.

SAB, S-5.6, Legislative Assembly Clippings, “Patterson opposes archives transfer,” 22 March 1945.

Local History Room, Clippings Binders, Archives – Saskatchewan Archives Board, City of Saskatoon Archives pamphlet “Preserving Saskatoon’s Documentary Heritage.”

Hutchison, Margaret. “The Saskatchewan Archives Map Collection.” Association of Canadian Map Librarians Bulletin, 58/59.

“Douglas will ask about ‘empty files,’” Regina Leader Post, 26 July 1944.

“New Photo Machine,” Regina Leader Post, 31 August 1954.

“Homestead Records in Archives Office,” Saskatoon StarPhoenix, 11 January 1957.

“Archive Office Getting More Old Records,” Saskatoon StarPhoenix, 16 December 1957.

“Province’s documents kept for years in neat manner,” Regina Leader Post, 1 September 1962.

“Second American Award of Merit for Saskatchewan Archives Board,” Saskatoon StarPhoenix, 2 December 1963.

“The young and the old meet in the provincial archives,” Regina Leader Post, 29 July 1976.

“Voices from the past tell history of Saskatchewan,” Regina Leader Post, 25 July 1977.

“Archives board trying to change its image,” Regina Leader Post, 3 November 1979.

“Archives building to be built in Regina,” Regina Leader Post, 5 September 1980.

“Provincial Archives get $6.5 million home,” Regina Leader Post, 15 August 1981.

“Model of Saskatchewan Archives Building unveiled,” Regina Leader Post, 10 March 1982.

“Archives building put on hold, Duncan says,” Regina Leader Post, 20 May 1983.

“Provincial archives will get new home,” Regina Leader Post, 14 September 1983.

“New Quarters,” Regina Leader Post, 21 February 1984.

"Provincial gov't buys Riel's diary," Regina Leader Post, 24 February 1984.

“Historical records crumbling to pieces,” Regina Leader Post, 16 February 1988.

“Provincial archives material disintegrating,” Saskatoon StarPhoenix, 4 April 1988.

“Sask. archives in state of disarray,” Saskatoon StarPhoenix, 3 March 1999.


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