"Souix [sic] Indians at Prince Albert, Sask."

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Database ID34181
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections
Fonds/CollectionCanadiana Pamphlets Collection
File/Item Reference70. Postcard Views of Early Saskatchewan, 70_70-140
Postcard messageSuppose you have got the old farm all planted by now. It is sure some dry out here. Be sure and take care of the corn and by all means of [illegible]. All kinds of potatoes Tery planted out here. The wheat looks good in some parts but it all needs rain. Leaving for Regina at 1 p.m. Wed was down there and back on Thurs. and Fri. Going to look the town over tommorow but not the girls. This is all you are out [illegible] E.G. and family are fine, [illegible]
Scope and contentA three-colour process postcard showing a group of Dakota (Sioux) people in traditional dress at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
Physical description/extent1 postcard; 9 x 13.5 cm
Date postcard sent10 June 1917
Date produced[19--?]
Date Range(s)1900-1909
PublisherCoombs and Company, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Copyright holderPublic domain
Other terms governing use and reproductionResponsibility regarding questions of copyright that may arise in the use of any images is assumed by the researcher.
SubjectsAboriginal Peoples
Language of postcard textEnglish
Language of cardEnglish
Postcard styledivided back
Postcard mediareal photograph
Place - imagePrince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
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