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At Work: Historical Images of Labour in Saskatchewan

At Work: Historical Images of
Labour in Saskatchewan

 
University of Saskatchewan

Video Clips

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"By Their Own Strength," clip of threshing crew [ca. 1910s-1920s].
University of Saskatchewan Archives. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool fonds, video SWP 213.


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Construction of the Broadway Bridge at Saskatoon. 1932.
Len Hillyard, filmer. City of Saskatoon Archives, HST-004.


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"Warehouse Worker," clips of an elevator agent at work, [ca. 1989].
University of Saskatchewan Archives. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Fonds, video SWP 88.


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Filing Department, Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, 18 September 1981.
University of Saskatchewan Archives. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool fonds, video SWP 82.


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"Eyebrow - Slip - Construction," clips of inland terminal under construction at Eyebrow, SK. 1992.
University of Saskatchewan Archives. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool fonds, video SWP 124.

 
The reward for work well done is the opportunity to do more.
Jonas Salk ~ American medical researcher best known for his development of a polio vaccine (1914—1945)