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  • Regina,Saskatchewan days gone by…
  • “The Leader”, the first newspaper in the Territory of Assiniboia Regina, Saskatchewan, 1885
  • Newly settled Hungarian familyshomestead, vicinity of Regina, Saskatchewan - August 24, 1902
  • Regina Cyclone of 1912 is probably the mostwell known natural disaster to have occurred in our province.
  • Parliament Buildings, Regina, Sask. - 1912
  • Regina, SK - 1913
  • Circa.1913
  • Regina College building circa 1914
  • Union Station inRegina, circa 1915
  • Parliament buildings from south east Regina, Sask.. 1920s
  • Looking North on Scarth St. Regina, Sask. - 1920
  • Regina, Saskatchewan Greyhound bus depot Circa.1935
  • 1940 Regina Winter Season
  • 43 Provost Companies, - Regina, SK - 1943
  • one-storey brick school – Regina 1950s
  • Regina College library in the 1950s.
  • St. Joseph School in Regina in 1959
  • Massed Band in Regina Exhibition Stadium (1971)
  • Regina’s “old” City Hall.
  • Street from Victoria Park on the corner of Osler Street, Regina SK
  • Regina, Saskatchewan
  • Caledonia Curling Club, Regina, SK
  • Regina Municipal Airport Regins, SK.
  • Regina Airport Terminal Building
  • Victoria School, Regina, Sask.