"Bird's Eye view of Prince Albert, looking south from North Shore, Sask."

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Database ID36108
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections
Fonds/CollectionCanadiana Pamphlets Collection
File/Item Reference70. Postcard Views of Early Saskatchewan, 7_70-309
Postcard messageDear Mother I do hope you have not worried because I have been so long writing. I have left the lumber camp i was in I was sorry because I liked the life. They kept us till most fo the roads were cut. Then a lot of Old hands came in and of course we greenhorns had to quit. We were there nearly a month. There are hundreds of men in P. Albert so chances of getting work here seem small. Don't worry I have plenty of money to keep me till spring. If I can't get work here I will go to Saskatoon again and see if I can't make something out of my wood carving. I have still got my tools. I would go and spend them on my homestead only if it is too late to put up a sod shack as the ground is from What a bonny baby. I recieved the photo yesterday I suppose Jim took it. Had a letter from Nell. I am sorry you did not go with them for a holiday. it would have done you
Scope and contentA monotone postcard featuring a bird's eye view of Prince Albert, looking south from the North Shore, North Saskatchewan River, Saskatchewan.
Physical description/extent1 postcard; 8 x 24 cm
Date postcard sent[never sent]
Date produced[19--?]
Date Range(s)1900-1909
1910-1919
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.
SubjectsTowns and Cities -- Aerial
Language of postcard textEnglish
Language of cardEnglish
Postcard styledivided back
Postcard mediaphoto-engraving
Place - imagePrince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
North Saskatchewan River, Canada
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