Douglas, Thomas Clement

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"Turning of sod" at the Hoesch Plant - 2 miles N.W. of Regina

L. to R. - Mr. Tom Ward, I.D.O., Mr. D.H.F. Black, Director, I.D.O., Reeve F.M. Boyd of Sherwood Municipality, Mayor L. Hammond of Regina, Premier T.C. Douglas (1944-1961), E.W. Anderson, agent fo Hoesch Co. and Jack Miller, consulting Engineer. Photographed on the occasion of the "turning of the sod" at the new Hoesch Pipe plant site, two miles north-west of Regina.

Roberts, Olive B.

"Weyburn Review" articles pertaining to T.C. Douglas

  • R-B7204 (1)-(2)
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  • 1935-10-03; 1935-10-10

Photos of "Weyburn Review" articles: endorsing Mr. Douglas as C.C.F.-Social Credit candidate in Weyburn constituency; statement of policy by Mr. Douglas at C.C.F.-Social Credit candidate.

4-H members with Premier T. C. Douglas

  • R-A11929 (1)-(6)
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  • ca. 1956-12

Views of 4-H Club members in the Hotel Saskatchewan, with Premier T. C. Douglas, and in various areas of the Legislative Building.

A Government and Health Care: The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan, 1944-1964

Thesis entitled, A Government and Health Care: The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan, 1944-1964, submitted by Duane John Mombourquette to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in History, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina.

B.C. Geographical Series Publications

Publication entitled The Dirty Thirties in Prairie Canada, consisting of papers presented at the 11th Western Canada Studies Conference at the University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta. Edited by R.D. Francis and H. Ganzevoort, the publication is Number 26 in the B.C. Geographical Series published by Tantalus Research Limited. Includes personal reminiscences of Tommy Douglas entitled The Highlights of the Dirty Thirties.

Publication entitled The New Provinces: Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1905-1980, consisting of papers presented at the 12th Western Canada Studies Conference in February 1980 at the University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta. Edited by Howard Palmer and Donald Smith, the publication is Number 30 in the B.C. Geographical Series published by Tantalus Research Limited. Includes contributions by various members of the Department of History at the University of Regina.

Banquet honoring the "Cardinals" baseball team of Lashburn

  • R-A18944 (1)-(2)
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  • 1959

The "Cardinals" baseball team of Lashburn wearing team jackets and standing around a table at a banquet honouring them as the Provincial Babe Ruth Baseball League champions. The head table with T.C. Douglas as speaker.

Buck, Ruth Matheson

Original and photocopied records including addresses, manuscripts and published articles by Mrs. Ruth Buck; family papers; files relating to individuals, schools and universities; pamphlets and clippings.

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