Western Development Museum Collection Now Available to Public Online

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on September 5th, 2019


The Western Development Museum is thrilled to announce its collection of Saskatchewan artifacts and over 9,000 of its library materials are now available for the public to search online.
 
From pins to locomotives to a grain elevator, the WDM's collections touch on all aspects of life in Saskatchewan. Early collecting at the WDM focused on agricultural settlement. Today, the WDM boasts one of the largest farm machinery collections in Canada. Current collecting has evolved to reflect all Saskatchewan's people, including Indigenous communities, a greater diversity of migrant groups, and LGBTQ2+ histories. Check out the collection online today....
 

 

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