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 May 26, 1919 - Roland Groome piloted the first newspaper delivery flight from Regina to Moose Jaw.

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Haines, Leonard Hall, Don Halladay, Laurel Halstead, David Hamm, Elaine Hammer, U. Theodore Hammond, Margaret A. Hancock, Mossie Handel, Miriam Beverley Hanly, David Harder, Harry Harding, Jim Harel, Claude-Jean Harms, Vernon L. Harold Johns Museum, Saskatoon Cancer Agency, Saskatoon Harper, Charles Harrison, Tej Hart-Mitchell, Regan Harvey, Dale Harvey, Richard Hautz, Ninita Hay, David Hay, Elaine Hayden, Michael Hayford, Alison Hazel, Richard Healy, Don (Regina Leader-Post) Heavin, Heather Hebert, Gilles Heide, Rachel Lea Heimbecker, Donna Heinrichs, Gerald Heinrichs, Gerald Helm, Joan Hemstad, John Henderson, Norm Henry, Hugh Hepting, Daryl Herbison, Bob Hergott, Al Heritage Room Archives, St. Paul’s Hospital Saskatoon Herrington, Ross Hewitt, Steve Hickey, Daniel Hildebrandt, Walter Hill, Alan (Saskatchewan Archives Board) Hill, Kate Hillis, Bryan Hinitt, Robert Hlasny, R.E. Hnatyshyn, David Hobbs, Britannia Hobbs, Jill E. Hobin, Kate Hodgson, Bill Hodgson, Eugene Hoffman, George Hogarth, Susan Hoium, Don Holdern, Richard Holm, F.A. (Rick) Holm, Frederick A. Holm, Maxine Holmes, James Holmlund, Blaine A. Holoboff, Linda (Saskatchewan Archives Board) Holtslander, Cathy Hooper, Ronald R. Hordern, William Horlick, Louis Horsman, Ken Houston, C. Stuart Houston, Gary M. (Cypress Park) Houston, Mary I. Howard, Bob (Saskatchewan Archives Board) Howell, Carmen Hucl, Pierre Hudson, Jeff Huel, Raymond Hume, Ray (Saskatchewan Archives Board) Humeny, Jerry (Black Box Images) Hunchak, Victoria Hutchings, Gordon Hutchinson, Fay Hyland, Gary

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