New to PHR Collection -- DVDs!!!


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New to PHR Collection -- DVDs!!!

The Prairie History Room collection is now expanding to include DVDs! As part of our new collection, we are pleased to announce that we have all two seasons of Wolf Sun's production of Edifice and Us. This series which aired on SCN, contains half hour documentaries that explore Saskatchewan through the architectural heritage of the province with each episode telling the unique story of one building.

Here is a complete list of our holdings:

Season 1
* Brick Plant in Dirt Hills
* T-Rex Discovery Centre in Eastend
* Keyhole Castle in Prince Albert
* Danceland in Manitou
* SaskPower headquarters in Regina
* Dome of St. Mary's in Yorkton
* University of Saskatchewan's College Building in Saskatoon
* Wanuskewin Heritage, north of Saskatoon
* Esterhazy Flour Mill in Esterhazy
* Craik Eco-Centre in Craik
* Addison Sod House, north of Kindersley
* Town Hall Opera House at Qu’Appelle
* University of Regina's Heating and Cooling Plant in Regina

Season 2
* John Holliday Scott's Buildings
* Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Stanley Mission
* Architect-Dreamcatcher (relationship between architect & home owner)
* Shekinah Retreat Lodge, north of Saskatoon
* Strathdee Building in Regina
* Prairie Sentinels
* Government House in Regina
* Stone House in Grenfell
* Bessborough Hotel in Saskatoon
* Dukhobor Prayer Home in Veregin
* Mae Wilson Theatre in Moose Jaw
* Wendebee II in Elbow
* RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina

NOTE: Because the DVDs are library use only, PHR users can access each of the episodes by borrowing the DVD and a portable DVD player from staff at the PHR desk.

--May P. Chan, Prairie History Librarian


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