This aerial view of the University of Saskatchewan campus and the surrounding city was taken in 1957, and shows a College Drive that has yet to be widened.
Did you ever want a pony? Did you ever wish you could have grown up on campus?
This 1947 photo shows university shepherd John Eastman and sheep crossing a bridge over Beaver Creek.
This image is one of the most requested photos in the University Archives.
Pictured here is a University of Vimy Ridge sign used at the front in France. The original sign can be found in Dr. Edmund Henry Oliver’s papers, MG6.
This image is one of five photos purchased for the University Archives by the Engineering Trust Fund in 2008.
For many in the 1960s and ’70s their first contact with the age of computers was the Optical Mark Recognition system, also called Optical Mark Reading and OMR.
This corner of the campus no longer looks the same as it did in 1959, when the photo was taken. In fact, all the buildings pictured here are gone.
The university and the City of Saskatoon in 1956 completed negotiations on a land swap that would change the future development of both.
This photo is one of a series of campus photographs in the University Archives taken in the late 1950s by Justice & Webb Landscape Architects of Vancouver.
This image shows three heads of Marquis Wheat with a small square of kernels.
The University of Saskatchewan became home to the world’s first photographic museum of pathology in May 1950.
For five decades the pool in the basement of Qu'Appelle Hall was a centre for campus recreation.
The old wooden ski jump was located on the east side of the riverbank, just south of the weir. The clubhouse is on the right. This view is from the top of the jump as a skier jumps onto the frozen river.
1924-1925 was a dark year for the University of Saskatchewan, marred by death, accident, disease and fire.
This campus postcard from circa 1912 features five recently completed buildings.
Depicted here is a section or detail of the 1911 Official Map of Saskatoon that shows the campus and surrounding city. Much of what appears on the map is proposed development.
Several things make this a remarkable image.