City Historic Archives
Our mandate is to collect, catalogue and maintain paper, documents and photographs related to the City of North Battleford.
In 1988, the City’s 75th Anniversary Committee decided to donate $500 to start the City of North Battleford Historic Archives with the goal of maintaining and preserving the rich cultural heritage of North Battleford. Today, a volunteer organization works in partnership with the City of North Battleford towards that goal. The City Archives is a donation-based repository and is made possible due to the generosity of the citizens of North Battleford, who wish to see the history of our great City preserved.
The City Collection has over 7000 photographs, 5000 negatives and over 200 metres of textual records. The subjects covered within this material are very extensive and range in dates from the early 1800s to the present. All items donated to the Archives are kept in a climate-controlled, an acid-free environment that is up to the standards set out by the SCAA (Saskatchewan Council of Archives and Archivists).
Location and Fees
The Archives are located at the Don Ross Centre, Room 111.
Please contact Lynn Stace, Archivist, at 306-445-1786 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment (the Archives are available to researchers by appointment only.)
Photocopies: 1 page $1, +5 pages $0.50 per page
Photo reproduction: Local non-commercial use $5 each, Local commercial use $15 each, Non-local commercial use $20 each, CD reproduction $5
Research requests: First half-hour free of charge, Additional ½ -maximum four hours $15 per half hour
For research requests deemed overly time-consuming and/or which may occur over an extended period of time, a lump-sum fee for service may be negotiated.