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[198-?], 2005–2008, predominant 2005–2008 (Creation)
- Easton, Larry and Dorothy, 1938-
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1 textual document: 0.153 MB (doc)
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Lawrence Francis (Larry) Easton was born on the family farm near Wawota, Saskatchewan, on August 24, 1938, to Francis Russell and Leah Isabel (Griffin) Easton. He received his early education at Wawota, graduating from Wawota High School in 1958. He later attended the School of Agriculture, University of Saskatchewan (1958-1960) and completed the Electronics Engineering Technologist course at Saskatchewan Technical Institute, Moose Jaw, in 1964. He was employed as an engineering manager with SaskTel in Regina until his retirement in 1997.
Dorothy May Bird was born at Wawota on May 3, 1941, to Francis Carlton and Mable Irene (Myers) Bird. She received her early education in Wawota and later attended Success Business College in Regina. She was employed by SaskTel, the Salvation Army, the federal government, and the provincial Department of Labour and Employment, Apprenticeship and Trade Certification. Dorothy Bird married Larry Easton on April 22, 1961 in Wawota. Together, they have two children: Mark and Michelle.
Since the 1970s, Larry Easton has been an active photographer. He has been a member of the Regina Photo Club for thirty years and in that time has held various positions on its executive. He is the only member of the Club to receive its Prestige Award for photographic achievement. Easton is also a member of the Prairie Region of Photographic Arts, and is a director for the prairies on the Canadian Association for Photographic Art. He has received numerous competition awards and recognitions for his photographic works. As well, his works have appeared in Prairies North and West World magazines, in projects for Saskatchewan Tourism and the Regina Chamber of Commerce, and in educational books.
Larry and Dorothy Easton collaborated to provide the photographic works for the 2008 publication, Legacy of Stone: Saskatchewan's Stone Buildings, written by Margaret Hryniuk and Frank Korvemaker. The publication received the Saskatchewan Book of the Year award from the Saskatchewan Book Awards in 2009.
Larry and Dorothy Easton currently (2019) reside in Regina.
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This series consists of records created, accumulated and used by Larry and Dorothy Easton of Regina, Saskatchewan, in the creation of digital photographic images that appeared in the 2008 publication "Legacy of Stone: Saskatchewan's Stone Buildings", written by Margaret Hryniuk and Frank Korvemaker. The images were created primarily between 2005 and 2008, but also include scans of photographic slides created in the 1980s. The images were saved primarily in JPEG and TIF format, while the textual file was saved as a Microsoft Word document. Cameras used to create the images were a Canon Rebel with Canon EF-S 18 - 55mm and Sigma Zoom 28 - 300mm 1:3.5 - 6.3 lenses; a Canon 10D with Sigma Zoom 28 - 200mm 1:3.5 - 5.6 and Sigma Zoom 15 - 30mm 1: 3.5 - 4.5 lenses; and a Canon 5D with Canon Zoom 24 - 105mm 1:4; 70 - 200, Canon Zoom EF 1:2.8 and Sigma Zoom 15 - 30mm 1: 3.5 - 4.5 lenses.
For the "Legacy of Stone" project, Larry and Dorothy Easton photographed numerous stone houses, churches, schools, and other public buildings and structures throughout Saskatchewan. These buildings are located in or near: Abernethy; Alameda; Alida; Arcola; Avonhurst; Balcarres; Balgonie; Bengough; Bethune; Bird's Point; Broadview; Cannington Manor; Cardross; Carievale; Carnduff; Ceylon; Chamberlain; Colesdale Park; Craven; Cupar; D'Arcy; Davin; Dilke; Drake; Edenwold; Edgeley; Ellisboro; Esterhazy; Estevan; Flaxcombe; Fleming; Forget; Fort Qu'Appelle; Francis; Gainsborough; Glasnevin; Glen Ewen; Grayson; Grenfell; Heward; Indian Head; Kelfield; Kendal; Kenlis; Kennedy; Kenosee Lake; Kerrobert; Killaly; Killdeer; Kindersley; Langbank; Lebret; Lemberg; Limerick; Lipton; Loreburn; Love; Lumsden; Manitou Beach; Maple Creek; Markinch; Maryfield; McLean; Milestone; Moffat; Moose Jaw; Moosomin; Neudorf; Nicolle Flats; North Battleford; Orkney; Oxbow; Paradise Hill; Pasqua; Piapot; Qu'Appelle; Redvers; Regina; Regina Beach; Roche Percee; Saltcoats; Saskatchewan Landing; Saskatoon; Sedley; Semans; Sheho; Silton; Simpson; Sintaluta; Smiley; Southey; St. Joseph's Colony; Summerberry; Swift Current; Tantallon; Tuffnell; Tyvan; Viceroy; Wapella; Watrous; Wawota; Welwyn; Weyburn; Whitewood; Windthorst; Wishart; Wolseley; Yellow Grass; Yorkton; Young; and Zehner. Also included are images taken at Boissevain, Manitoba.
No sub-series assignment has been applied to the records in this series.