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This exhibit of souvenir images from Saskatchewan's southeast corner is drawn from the large collection of early Western Canadian postcards held by the Special Collections Department of the University of Saskatchewan Libraries. The cities of Estevan and Weyburn are featured as well as smaller communities on or south of Highway 13 and east of Highway 35. Most of these cards were produced in the first two decades of the 20th century, the Golden Age of the picture postcard. The image labels include the text utilized on the original cards and our local call numbers. The Department would welcome the opportunity to acquire additional Saskatchewan postcards by gift or purchase.

Acknowledgements
For background music: "Talking Blues/Catalogue Blues"
Music & lyrics by: Humphrey and the Dumptrucks
and Ken Mitchell
Links to other Postcards of Saskatchewan:
Postcard Views of the Qu'Appelle Valley
Postcard Views of Indigenous Peoples

Last modified: May 09, 2007
This site created by Solomon Asfada & Darrel Mikulcik.
Comments to: Special Collections spec.coll@usask.ca