Fonds F 471 - Lloyd G. Warkentin collection

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Lloyd G. Warkentin collection

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  • Textual record
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F 471

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  • 1900 - 2011 (Creation)
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    Warkentin, Lloyd George, 1929-

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1.0 metres of textual records
825 photographs
4 maps

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Biographical history

Lloyd George Warkentin was born on December 15, 1929 in Langham, Saskatchewan to Jacob and Aganetha (Thiessen) Warkentin. He grew up in Dalmeny, Saskatchewan, where he received his elementary and high school education. Warkentin attended the Tabor Bible School in Dalmeny and received a Diploma in Administration (Accounting) from the University of Regina in 1978. He was named a Fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers in 1953.

In 1953, Warkentin married Lena (Lee) Kowalko of the Erwood, Saskatchewan district.

During his professional career, Warkentin was employed by the Bank of Nova Scotia (1948-1971); Saskatchewan Department of Co-operation and Co-operative Development (1972-1986); Saskatchewan Department of Economic Diversification and Trade (1986-1989 and 1990-1992); and Triple C School in Grand Cayman (1989-1990 and 1992 to 1994). Warkentin is currently (2017) retired and resides in Sidney, British Columbia.

Warkentin has been active in local churches throughout his life, and has been involved with Gideons International for over 50 years.

Custodial history

Lloyd G. Warkentin donated some of these records to the Saskatoon office, Saskatchewan Archives, in twelve accessions between 2000 and 2009: S2000-49 (September 15, 2000); S2000-65 (November 16, 2000); S2001-9 (March 7, 2001); S2001-28 (June 11, 2001); S2001-44 (June 11, 2001); S2001-70 (December 13, 2001); S2002-34 (June 13, 2002); S2003-86 (December 1, 2003); S2005-60 (November 18, 2005); S2006-15 (May 1, 2006); 2009-628 (June 22, 2009); and 2009-743 (November 19, 2009).

Lloyd G. Warkentin donated some of these records to the Regina office, Saskatchewan Archives in three accessions between 2011 and 2015: 2011-136 (July 13, 2011); 2014-042 (April 30, 2014) and 2015-163 (November 18, 2015).

Scope and content

This collection consists of records created, accumulated and used by former Saskatchewan resident Lloyd G. Warkentin. The records relate to his personal and family life; his interest in religion; his early life in Dalmeny, Saskatchewan; his work as a bank manager and as an employee of the Saskatchewan Department of Co-operation and Co-operative Development. Many of the items reflect Warkentin's general interest in Saskatchewan and its history.

The types of records included are photographs, yearbooks, telephone directories, family histories, correspondence, notes, reports, publications, postcards, maps, and memorabilia.

The graphic materials in this collection focus mainly on the Warkentin, Thiessen and Kowalko families; the town of Dalmeny; and various representations of Saskatchewan, including agricultural scenes, abandoned farms and machinery, elevators, towns (including hotels and other businesses), bridges, ferries, landmarks, Taylor Field and the Saskatchewan Roughriders, and the RCMP Musical Ride.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this collection.

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Records are in good physical condition.

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Arrangement reflects original order and archival intervention.

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Records are open for research use.

Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

Use, publication and/or reproduction of records are subject to terms and conditions of the Copyright Act.

Finding aids

SAFA 315 consists of a collection description, file listings of some of the textual records and item descriptions of photographs and a map.

Detailed listings compiled by Lloyd G. Warkentin for the records in accession numbers 2009-628, 2014-042 and 2015-163 are located in F 471, Box 1. Information in the listings can be located using the accession number written on the file folder or back of photograph and the original item number assigned by Lloyd G. Warkentin.

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To consult the records, visit or contact the Regina and Saskatoon offices.

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