Architectural Drawings

The City of Regina Historical Collection contains more than 8,000 sets of architectural plans and drawings. This material pertains mainly to commercial buildings and civic properties. There are also a limited number of plans for private residences. The original series of this material was submitted to the archive in conjunction with the Building Permit Applications. These records date back to the early 1890s and are frequently accessed by architects, engineers, planners and historians.
The City of Regina Archive also has a small collection of posters relating to Regina events and activities and a small collection of maps that are accessible to researchers.

At this time, it is not possible to scan these oversize materials.  To view details about these records, visit the Virtual Archive.