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4-H Club Members

4-H Club members at Saskatchewan Hotel prior to departure for the Toronto Winter Fair. Tommy Douglas is seen in a few of the images. 01 - Group photo, back row, left to right: Glenora Pearce, Bruno Freisen, Bill Mountford, Bob Bullock, Don Lees, Murray McMillan, Ray Schick, Bob Brack. Front row, left to right: Heiven, Heise, Kirkland, I.C. Nollet, Dickens, Steell, Flock, Parsona, McDonald.

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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.

AM Edition Interviews #2

Interviews Dennis Gruending has done for the CBC Morning Edition with: (1) Grant Devine about medicare and a recording of Tommy Douglas on the same subject; (2) Bill McKnight, Member of Parliament for Kindersley, and Minister of Indian Affairs, regarding the upcoming 1988 federal election and the government; (3) John Gormley and Lorne Nystrom regarding the 1988 federal election; (4) Lorne Hepworth, Education Minister, regarding cutbacks at Saskatchewan educational institutes; (5) Brenda Wilson, who was let go from her job with the government; (6) Gary Lane from SaskTel and Jeff Smith (Representative for Union Workers - Electrical workers of Canada) regarding their current job situation; (7) Bob Regnier stating his concerns about the mining at Cigar Lake; (8) Lorne Bick about when he found a wallet that was lost by a man 30 - 35 years ago at Queensbury Downs in the 1950's; (9) Alex Wilde, who works for SGI, about insurance for the Saskatchewan people; (10) a Mark and a Lorna about a hospital for the mentally challenged and the group home for them in Regina; (11) Dennis Gruending phoning different bars, pubs, and lounges in the United States and asking them what they would like to trade for some Canadian Bacon. This clip was made because of the recent free trade agreement between the United States and Canada. Copied to ACD R-15502.

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.

Biog. - Douglas, T.C.

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Douglas, T.C.
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  • 1944-1986

Saskatchewan Election Leaders: Rev. T.C, Douglas, Family Herald - Weekly Star, May 31, 1944. 1 p.

Transcripts of articles on Tommy Douglas from various Canadian newspapers, 1944-1947. 9 p.

Various newspaper articles, unknown sources, 1945-1946. 1 p.

Articles about T.C. Douglas, C.M. Fines, J.W. Corman, and G.H. Williams, North Battleford News, "Reconstruction Special", 1945. 1 p.

Wamni Nuta...Red Eagle, [T.C. Douglas was honoured by the Assiniboine Indians in 1945 with this Indian name]. 2 p.

Biographical Material: T.C. Douglas, compiled from Parliamentary Guide, [afer 1949]. 1 p.

Biographical Sketch: T.C. Douglas by Mr. Galen Craik, [195-?]. 2 p

Biographical information on Thomas Clement Douglas, b. 1904, [after 1952]. 2 p.

Profile of T.C, Douglas: "Corner of Sanity in Big Asylum", Canadian Transport, March 1963. 3 p.

Tribute to the Honourable T.C. Douglas, by E.M. Culliton, March 16, 1986. 2 p.

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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