For almost six decades the Agricultural Extension Bulletins or Technical Bulletins were a dynamic part of the University of Saskatchewan’s contact with the public.
The U of S has been the recipient of a variety of the odd and unusual.
In August 1924, the U of S hosted the meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
Winston Churchill spent about 10 hours in Saskatoon on Aug. 22, 1929. The StarPhoenix described the stop as a “restful visit devoid of public appearances.”
This image pictures Community Progress judges, U of S President Walter Murray and women’s editor of the Western Produce Violet McNaughton, sitting in the foreground with eight women in ethnic dress standing to the rear.
This image is part of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool’s Everett Baker slide collection housed at the University Archives.