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8. Welcome - Legislating Ag. Policy (U.S. Rep. Charles Stenholm)

Item is a recording of Charles W. Stenholm's (Texas congressman) overview on agricultural policy from a congressional point-of-view and a portion of a seminar on tax savings tips for American cooperatives. Mr. Stenholm's presentation covered topics such as tax reform, trade deficits, the effect of overproduction, world debt and consumption patterns, the farm credit/support system, and the need for a market orientated agricultural policy (and thus the need to create a level playing field between different state and national governments). His presentation was followed by a brief question and answer session.
Mr. Stenholm's session is followed by a presentation by two unidentified persons on tax tips for cooperatives. Presentation is joined in progress and recording ends before the completion of the presentation. Issues discussed include deferred debt, issuing of non-qualifieds, and member option plans.

Agricultural Machinery

Items are images of various types of agricultural machinery, including binders, tractors, steam tractors, swathers, hay wagons and combines.

Agriculture - Marketing

  • Pamphlet File - Agriculture - Marketing
  • File
  • 1939-1971

Government Policies and the Wheat Markets, Series 1, Policies and Effects in the first six months of 1938-1939, by W. Sanford Evans. (24 p.)

Agricultural Marketing Legislation, published by the Dominion of Canada Department of Agriculture Marketing Service, 1939. (18 p.; 2 copies). Includes information on the Grain Futures Act.

Report of the S.F.A. (Saskatchewan Federation of Agriculture) Structure and Finance Committee regarding a proposed farm organization structure for Saskatchewan, September, 1971.

April 29, 1983: CBC-R 12pm, "Radio Noon" Roy Maxwell & Ted Turner, Pres., Sask. Wheat Pool

Item is a recording of Roy Maxwell (CBC) interviewing E.K. Turner (Saskatchewan Wheat Pool) concerning changes to the Crow Rate as proposed by Federal Minister of Agriculture, Jean-Luc Pepin. Issues discussed included the idea that the money for the Crow Rate would go to the rail companies rather than to farmers, the difference of opinion on the issue between grain and cattle farmers and the interest/awareness of the issue in Ontario.

Artwork of William George Reginald Hobbs

Photographs of paintings done by Dr. William G. Hobbs, a physician, surgeon and artist who resided in Gainsborough, Saskatchewan. The paintings were submitted to the Saskatchewan Olympics and the Arts Selection Committee for an art exhibition at the Olympics in Montreal, Quebec in 1976.

(1): Painting entitled The Journey (part of the Immigration - The Departure series).

(2): Painting entitled The Destination, showing the exterior of a two-storey building with Limerick written on the side. 1975.

(3): Painting entitled The Journey, with railroad tracks in the foreground and grain elevators and other buildings in the background.

(4): Painting entitled Clondesley, a portrait of a young boy with a bird and bird's nest with four blue eggs in it.

(5): Painting entitled England, showing a view out of a open window with a wooden frame. A church steeple is in the background with a tankard and other items in foreground.

(6): Portrait of Britannia Ingrid Hobbs, showing a girl with blond hair and freckles with a black and yellow bird perched on her finger.

(7): Self portrait of Dr. Hobbs at the School of Arts, Fort San, entitled Who Calls? Who Calls?. 1975.

(8): Painting of dilapadated log barn with field in background.

(9): Painting of Gainsborough church in winter with children skating on dug-out in background.

(10)-(11): Surrealist images of flower (iris) with poem. 1975.

Artwork of William George Reginald Hobbs

Photographs of paintings done by Dr. William G. Hobbs, a physician, surgeon and artist who resided in Gainsborough, Saskatchewan. The paintings were submitted to the Saskatchewan Olympics and the Arts Selection Committee for an art exhibition at the Olympics in Montreal, Quebec in 1976.

(1): Painting entitled The Journey (part of the Immigration - The Departure series).

(2): Painting entitled The Destination, showing the exterior of a two-storey building with Limerick written on the side. 1975.

(3): Painting entitled The Journey, with railroad tracks in the foreground and grain elevators and other buildings in the background.

(4): Painting entitled Clondesley, a portrait of a young boy with a bird and bird's nest with four blue eggs in it.

(5): Painting entitled England, showing a view out of a open window with a wooden frame. A church steeple is in the background with a tankard and other items in foreground.

(6): Portrait of Britannia Ingrid Hobbs, showing a girl with blond hair and freckles with a black and yellow bird perched on her finger.

(7): Self portrait of Dr. Hobbs at the School of Arts, Fort San, entitled Who Calls? Who Calls?. 1975.

(8): Painting of dilapadated log barn with field in background.

(9): Painting of Gainsborough church in winter with children skating on dug-out in background.

(10)-(11): Surrealist images of flower (iris) with poem. 1975.

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