File Political Pamphlets - CCF (Sask.) - No. 141 to 160 - Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 141-160

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Political Pamphlets - CCF (Sask.) - No. 141 to 160

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No. 141: Leaflet entitled Program and Manifesto of the C.C.F., published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1934 or after].

No. 142: Leaflet entitled The Saskatchewan Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Provincial Platform as formulated by the delegates assembled in annual convention July 1936. 4 p.

No. 143: Booklet entitled Proposed Amendments to Constitution and Resolutions, CCF Convention, City Hall, Regina, July 15th, 16th, 17th, 1936. 29 p.

No. 144: Leaflet relating to CCF Broadcasts 1947-48 with donation form for the CCF Radio Fund. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 145: Address by O.W. Valleau, MLA for Melfort, entitled Training of Youth in Self Liquidating Work and Wages Project, delivered in the Saskatchewan Legislature on February 16, 1939. Printed by the Melfort Moon. 4 p.

No. 146: Illustrated calendar entitled CCF: 20 Years of Progress, 1944-1964. All sketches by Mrs. Katherine Brown of Regina, Saskatchewan. Published by the Saskatoon CCF-NDP Women's Organization, Calendar Committee, Saskatoon. Includes portrait of T.C. Douglas by Karsh and other photographs including images taken by Government of Saskatchewan Photographic Services. (2 copies).

No. 147: Campaign leaflet for candidates Henry H.P. Baker and Walter E. Smishek issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party. 1960.

No. 148: Booklet entitled The History and Organization of the CCF in the Provincial Constituency of Humboldt, 1933-1954. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 7 p.

No. 149: Trade Union Bulletin Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 7 issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1947.

No. 150: Publication entitled Who Owns Canada? An Examination of the Facts concerning The Concentration of the Ownership and Control of the Means of Production, Distribution and Exchange in Canada, by Watt Hugh McCollum, Research Director of the Saskatchewan C.C.F. Research Bureau. Pamphlet No. 1 published by the Saskatchewan C.C.F., Research Bureau, Regina. 1935. 60 p.

No. 151: Booklet entitled What Happened to David Jones?, by Gertrude S. Telford. Published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 46 p. [1938 or after]. (2 copies). Chapter titles include: The C.C.F. - History and Philosophy; The C.C.F. and Finance; The C.C.F. and Industry; and The C.C.F. - Tariff and Freight Rates.

No. 152: Booklet entitled Birth of a New Social Order: The Beginning of the CCF, issued by the New Democratic Party (Saskatchewan Section). 5 p. [1970 or after].

No. 153: Booklet entitled Regina Manifesto (Programme of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, adopted at First National Convention held at Regina, Sask. July, 1933). (2 copies).

No. 154: Booklet entitled What Does the C.C.F. Stand For?, by M.J. Coldwell, MP, as quizzed by Bruce Hutchison. Reprinted from Maclean's Magazine, September 1, 1943. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. Booklet in question and answer format. 12 p.

No. 155: Campaign leaflet for CCF candidate O.W. Valleau printed by the Nipawin Herald. 1938. 4 p.

No. 156: Campaign leaflet for CCF candidate John O. Probe. Issued by the Regina C.C.F. Political Association. 1938. 4 p.

No. 157: Campaign pamphlet entitled XXX 3 for Regina, highlighting CCF candidates Marjorie Cooper, Clarence M. Fines, and C.C. Williams. Authorized by the Regina C.C.F. 1952.

No. 158: Campaign card for CCF candidates Marjorie Cooper, Clarence Fines and C.C. Williams. 1952. (3 copies).

No. 159: Leaflet for Claude Ellis, CCF candidate for Regina in the 1953 federal election, issued by the Regina Constituency CCF Executive. 1953.

No. 160: Leaflet regarding CCF candidates in the 1952 provincial election: Marjorie Cooper, Clarence Fines, and C.C. Williams. Issued by Regina Constituency CCF Executive. 4 p. Includes brief biographical sketches of candidates.

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