The first school at Birtle with teepees, as photographed in 1908. From Rob McInnes, Manitoba Historical Society.
An SFAAP float used for a Topeka, KS parade. Kansas Historical Society ( FK2.D4 .3 Ma.Sun *25) http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/210947
A view of the ground-level damage in the aftermath of Pool 5’s explosion.
Peavey Workhouse Demolition, September 13th, 1997 (LaFontaine Collection)
The ruined workhouse of Pool 5, after the 1945 explosion.
Radome stands in East Bethel. From the realty company that recently sold it, Lands of America.
Beatty, M., Furlong, P., & Pennington, L. (1984).Studebaker: less than they promised. And Books.
The Harrison family in front of their elevator and mill in 1897. A family photograph.
1952 Explosion. Taken from Eastern Elevator (now Richardson) looking over the ruined copula of Saskatchewan Pool 4B. Noticed the scorched face of 4A, which appears to still be smoking when this was taken!