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25th Street Bridge Saskatoon.

University Bridge seen from Saskatchewan Crescent East near College, looking north west toward City Park. Old-fashioned street lights. Tennis clubhouse visible on opposite bank.

Date: [after 1916].

Photographer: Charmbury's Studio.

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Aerial view from east of Saskatoon Rowing Club.

Aerial view from east of Saskatoon Rowing Club and Riverside Badminton and Tennis Club.

Date: October 30, 1987.

Photographer: Sabo, Frank.

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Aerial view of Saskatoon.

Aerial view of Saskatoon from above Riversdale Pool. In foreground at left is Riverview Tennis Club and Victoria Park. River curving through city with five bridges seen.

Date: October 27, 1979.

Photographer: Macdonald, Russell Holmes (Rusty)

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Arts and Science tennis team.

Arts and Science tennis team inter-collegiate champions 1911.

Date: [ca. 1912].

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Gathered for tennis.

A group of about fifty women and men pose on an open space. Many wear tennis costumes and hold tennis racquets. Almost all women wear hats. The river is visible in the background.

Date: [ca. 1914].

Photographer: [Schrader, Helen]

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Nancy Lynch, competing in tennis.

Nancy Lynch, competing in tennis event at Jeux Canada Games (also known as Canada Winter Games) in Saskatoon, Feb. 11 to 22, 1971. See LH 7275v 1 for details.

Date: February 11- 22, 1971.

Photographer: Jeux Canada Games Committee staff photographer.

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Panorama of downtown Saskatoon.

Panorama of downtown Saskatoon from roof of Victoria Place (or Nutana Collegiate ?), emulating 1913 vintage photos also taken with Cirkut camera. Tennis courts on east bank.

Date: October 1982.

Photographer: Gibson, Murray.

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People playing tennis.

People playing tennis on University of Saskatchewan courts.

Date: October 4, 1956.

Photographer: Hillyard, Leonard A.

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Riverside Club.

Riverside Tennis Club on the bank of the South Saskatchewan River near the University Bridge. City Hospital is visible beyond the trees.

Date: 1960.

Photographer: Creative Professional Photographers.

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Scenic shot of City Park.

Scenic shot of City Park subdivision shot from the east bank of the South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon Lawn Bowling and Tennis clubs, Kinsmen Park, City Hospital, and Robin Hood Mill in background.

Date: [ca.1956].

Photographer: CFQC Staff.

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Student residences.

Student residences at University of Saskatchewan, seen from curved driveway in foreground. Qu'Appelle Hall at left, Saskatchewan Hall at right, before M.U.B. was built (in 1955). Sign on lawn says "Please do not walk across the tennis court"

Date: [after 1918, before 1955].

Photographer: Charmbury's Studio.

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Traffic Bridge.

Traffic Bridge taken from Nutana Collegiate property, with Gathercole Education centre building and A. L. Cole Generating Station in background. Sask. Crescent ramps leading to bridge, and tennis courts on riverbank are visible in foreground.

Date: August 1985.

Photographer: Waddington, John.

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Two men and two women posing by net with tennis rackets.

Two men and two women posing by net with tennis rackets. Farm in background. Women wear long dresses. (Postcard)

Date: [ca. 1910].

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View at university of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon..

Qu'appelle Hall. View shows tennis courts located near building.

Date: [ca. 1920].

Photographer: Charmbury, Theodore Henry James.

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Woman in old-fashioned tennis costume, standing in front of building with tennis racquet..

Unidentified woman dressed in a tennis costume of long white skirt and middy, and holding a tennis racket. Woman appears to be standing in front of Sunnyside Terrace, possibly the home of Charles Murphy.

Date: [ca. 1920].

Photographer: [Helen Schrader]

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Women with tennis rackets.

Women with tennis rackets and dressed in white tennis costume, and men on tennis court near Craik (Sask.)

Date: [ca. 1912].

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