Inter-disciplinary sources and information relating to Indigenous Studies and Native-newcomer relations at the University of Saskatchewan.
Virtual exhibit documenting the history of the Doukhobor community in Saskatchewan.
Digital exhibition about the history of female and male impersonation performed as entertainment in Saskatchewan.
Images collection related to gender impersonation acts in music halls and vaudeville.
Historical images of labour in 20th century Saskatchewan.
The Avro Arrow digital exhibit details the history of the Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow program.
This digital exhibition showcases the work of Balfour W. Currie and Frank T. Davies during the Second International Polar Year (1932-1933).
History of the construction and use of the buildings on of the University of Saskatchewan campus.
Digital showcase of the Ralph Gustafson, Paul Hiebert, Irving Layton, Al Purdy, and Anne Szumalski collections.
Saskatchewan's Ukrainian Legacy
Searchable collection of nearly 500,000 digitized images created by photographer Courtney Milne.
Events in the history of the University of Saskatchewan
Material from the University of Saskatchewan's Special Collections about the history of Saskatchewan.
Photographs of geological formations used as teaching aids by Dr. F.H. Edmunds, the first professior of geology at the University of Saskatchewan.
This exhibit documents the journey that Emrys Jones made from Waterways, Alberta to Aklavik, Northwest Territories in the summer of 1928.
Showcase of books from the Golden Cockerel Press from the University of Saskatchewan Library collection.
Japanese postcards collected by Dr. Hans Gruen, professor emeritus of biology at the University of Saskatchewan.
Hans Dommasch's public lecture and slide presentation on his travels in northern Canada presented in a digital exhibition.
Art, poems, essays, short biographies and photographs of Canadian women who appeared in 'Herstory: The Canadian women's calendar' (1974-1995)
Aerial photographs of the Canadian prairies taken by Howdy McPhail from the 1950's to early 1960's.
Materials documenting Ruth Hood's travel to England and France in 1937 with the Overseas Education League.
The I-Portal contains full-text electronic resources with a primary focus is on Indigenous peoples of Canada and a secondary focus on Indigenous peoples of the United States, Austr...
An exhibit of images by photographer John Reeves, which are held in the University Archives and Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan.
Images of Saskatchewan communities with an emphasis on main streets and early buildings.
A small selection of digitized images from the T.C. Lacalli fonds held by the University Archives and Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan.
Virtual exhibition documenting the history of medicare in Saskatchewan.
Published and archival resources relating to northern studies.
Materials related to the 1885 Northwest Resistance held by University Archives and Special Collections.
Material relating to First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples held in Saskatchewan cultural and heritage collections.
Information related to the Canadian health promotion corporation (1973-1998).
Selected book covers from gay, lesbian and transgender-themed vintage paperbacks from the Neil Richards Collection of Gender and Sexual Diversity.
Print advertising produced by or directed at prairie Canadians.
Digitized materials from the Pitirim A. Sorokin Collection. Sorokin was a Russian émigré, world-renowned sociologist, and founder of the Department of Sociology at Harvard Universi...
A selection of digitized postcards depicting Indigneous people and communities. This project is drawn from the large collection of early western Canadian postcards held by Universi...
Souvenir images from Saskatchewan's southeast corner. This project is drawn from the large collection of early Western Canadian postcards held by the University Archives and Specia...
Souvenir images depicting communities in Saskatchewan's picturesque Qu'Appelle Valley, drawn from the large collection of early western Canadian postcards developed by the Universi...
We invite you to take a look at our latest online exhibit, highlighting some of the Saskatchewan-made pottery held by the University of Saskatchewan Archives and Special Collection...
In honour of our veterans and those serving in the armed forces, the University of Saskatchewan Archives and Special Collections has put together a small exhibit on the ground and ...
This website provides access to digitized copies of several portions of the St. Barbe Baker fonds and Christopher Chapman fonds.
Works by Robert Newton Hurley, a painter who specialized in Saskatchewan landscapes.
The Rosen veterinary medicine history collection highlights from the history of animal health and veterinary medicine, and the history of the profession in Great Britain and North ...
Documents the 1944 Saskatchewan provincial election that brought Canada's first social democratic government to power.
Archival materials related to the development of the visual arts in the province of Saskatchewan and the lives and work of individual artists.
Saskatchewan's role in and experience of the two world wars depicted through photographic and textual archival material.
Materials documenting the history of theatre and drama in the province of Saskatchewan.
Books, journals and manuscripts on sexual diversity and queer history in Saskatchewan.
A searchable database of the Second World War diaries of the Saskatoon Light Infantry.
A collaborative digital project to provide the most diverse resource about Saskatchewan history and culture available online. The digital collection includes over 100,000 records f...
Digital exhibit showcasing the Ege manuscripts created in 2005 in conjunction with a symposium about the manuscript collection.
Digitized copies of University of Saskatchewan yearbooks from 1912-1969.
Images of Saskatchewan grain elevators held by the University Archives and Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan.
Archival and printed resources about the First World War, digitized from the University Archives and Special Collections, at the University of Saskatchewan.
An exhibition detailing the 1965 adoption of the Canadian maple leaf flag.
Murray Adaskin was Head of the Music Department and composer-in-residence at the University of Saskatchewan. This collection includes sheet music and photographs.
A testament to the beauty and diversity of the province of Saskatchewan depicted by writers and artists.
Digitized copies of the USask student newspaper The Sheaf for the years 1912-1994.
Digital exhibition about student governance, athletics, protest, and academics at the University of Saskatchewan.
Photographs and information about pottery created at the University of Saskatchewan.
Explores the Soviet photographic propaganda journal "USSR in Construction".
Examines the life and career of Dr. Walter C. Murray, the first President of the University of Saskatchewan.
Over 4500 postcards from archives throughout Saskatchewan.