Prairie Postcards | Battleford Bridge Over North Saskatchewan River (1908)

Prairie Postcards | Battleford Bridge Over North Saskatchewan River (1908)

Two Water Towers

Two Water Towers

Sask Hospital main

Sask Hospital main

Central Hotel

Central Hotel

New Years 1914

New Years 1914 North Battleford

Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford, SK Legend has it: Another prairie psychiatric institution that suffered from extreme overcrowding, which lead to deplorable conditions. The hospital still stands today, and has three large cemeteries on the grounds, where there have been reports of strange voices coming from gravestones. A patient who was burned badly in a fire still haunts the building.

Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford, SK Legend has it: Another prairie psychiatric institution that suffered from extreme overcrowding, which lead to deplorable conditions. The hospital still stands today, and has three large cemeteries on the grounds, where there have been reports of strange voices coming from gravestones. A patient who was burned badly in a fire still haunts the building.

Battleford and Medicine Hat Newspaper clipping | saskhistoryonline.ca

Battleford and Medicine Hat Newspaper clipping | saskhistoryonline.ca

1907-construction on King Street (101st)

on King Street

Fort Battleford

Fort Battleford

RCAF Leading Aircraftwoman Muriel Almyra North, aged 21, was almost certainly the only woman in the RCAF to die in an air crash while on duty. She was killed with Flight-Sergeant William Hashim when their aircraft crashed near North Battleford, Saskatchewan on September 8, 1944.

One seldom hears of servicewomen losing their lives in aircraft crashes. Here is a tragic exception that occurred in Canada during WWII.

Sask Hospital Rail

Sask Hospital Rail

King George apartments

King George apartments

King George

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