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Hammond, Leslie Herbert, 1908-1998
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Articles regarding Leslie H. Hammond

Article by Pamela Cowan entitled He got things done. Published in The Regina Sun, March 22, 1998.

Copy of article entitled Former mayor Hammond dead at 90 and copy of death notice for Leslie Hammond. Published in The Leader-Post, Regina, January 4, 1999.

Hammond, Leslie Herbert

  • R-613.1
  • File
  • ca. 1938-1995

Records created, accumulated and used by Les Hammond relating to his activities in civil politics and the community which include biographical information, certificates, clippings, and letters of recognition and appreciation; photographs.

Leslie Hammond

  • R-A7950
  • Item
  • 1950

Head and shoulders image of Les Hammond, member of Regina City Council.

West's Studio, 1941-1981

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 136 to 150

No. 136: Leaflet entitled Communism is the Threat, Remember Aberhart Takes Seven Per Cent of All Your Produce! If You Don't Want It, Vote Liberal. 1938. 2 p.

No. 137: Three pamphlets in the Ukrainian language published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1938? 4 p., 16 p., 16 p.

No. 138: A typewritten article entitled The Saskatchewan Liberal Machine before 1929, by Escott Reid. Published in The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, February, 1936. 9 p.

No. 139: Booklet entitled A New Direction, Saskatchewan Liberal Statement of Policy '75. Includes a message from Dave Steuart. Published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1975. 13 p.

No. 140: Pamphlet entitled A New Direction, Saskatchewan Liberal Statement of Policy '75. 1975. 4 p.

No. 141: Campaign pamphlet for Les Hammond, Liberal candidate for Regina Centre.1975. 6 p.

No. 142: Campaign pamphlet for Liberal candidate of Regina South, Stuart Cameron. 1975. 6 p.

No. 143: A leaflet entitled Wondering Where to Vote? Authorized by the Regina South Liberal Association. 1975. 4 p.

No. 144: Newsletter to Lakeview constituents from Ted Malone, M.L.A., dated May 1, 1975. 2 p.

No. 145: Campaign pamphlet for Regina South Liberal candidate, Stuart Cameron. 1975. 4 p.

No. 146: Newsletter from Stuart Cameron, Regina South Liberal candidate. 1975. 2 p.

No. 147: Newsletter entitled Good News for Tenants, from Regina South Liberal candidate, Stuart Cameron. 1975. 1 p.

No. 148: Newsletter to Lakeview constituents from Ted Malone, Liberal candidate for Regina Lakeview. 1975. 5 p.

No. 149: Campaign pamphlet for Liberal candidate Ted Malone, Regina Lakeview. 1975. 4 p.

No. 150: Booklet containing Constitution of the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 1931. 6 p.

Natural Gas in Regina - Signing Applications

56-411-01 to 56-411-04 : Mayor Leslie Hammond (seated left) of Regina and Premier Tommy C. Douglas (seated right) are shown signing applications for the provision of gas to their homes. They became the first Regina citizens to apply for natural gas following the signing of an agreement between the city and the Saskatchewan Power Commission/Corporation, October 26, 1956. The applications were signed at the Saskatchewan Power Corporation head office located on Cornwall Street in Regina. Standing behind Mayor Hammond and Mr. Douglas are J.E. Mollard, Gas Development Engineer (left) and J.R. Sarsfield, Business Manager (right).

56-411-02 : Mayor Leslie Hammond (seated left) and Premier Tommy Douglas (seated right) sign application for the provision of gas to their homes. Standing (left to right): J.E. Mollard, Gas Development Engineer; D. Cass-Beggs, General Manager of Saskatchewan Power Corporation; R. Brown, Minister of Saskatchewan Power Corporation; J.R. Sarsfield, Business Manager.

56-411-03 : D. Cass-Beggs, General Manager of Saskatchewan Power Corporation (centre) congratulates Mayor Leslie Hammond (left) of Regina after signing application for gas to his home. Premier T.C. Douglas (left) looks on.

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Premier Douglas and Mayor Hammond signing natural gas applications

  • R-B6042 (1)-(4)
  • Item
  • 1956-10-26

R-B6042 (1) : Saskatchewan Power Corporation/Commission employees, J. E. Mollard, a gas development engineer and J. R. Sarsfield, business manager, watch as Premier T. C. Douglas and Regina Mayor Leslie Hammond sign the first applications for natural gas in Regina.

R-B6042 (2) : Russ Brown, Provincial Secretary, watches Premier T. C. Douglas and Regina Mayor Leslie Hammond sign the first two applications for natural gas;

R-B6042 (3) : David Cass-Beggs, General Manager of Saskatchewan Power Corporation, watches Premier T. C. Douglas and Regina Mayor Leslie Hammond sign the first applications for natural gas;

R-B6042 (4) : David Cass-Beggs congratulating Leslie Hammond after he signed the application.

Vawter, Ralph

Professional and personal activities of Les Hammond

GM-PH-3120 (1): Image of male participants in a curling match held on February 12, 1955 at the Wascana Winter Club in Regina, Saskatchewan. The match was between the City of Regina and B. of M. [Bank of Montreal?]. Left to right: Mr. Brown, Mr. MacDonald, Mr. C.D. Compton, Mr. Lees, Mr. Les Hammond, Mr. Sneath, Mr. Young and Mr. Wilkie.

GM-PH-3120 (2): Les Hammond looking at a man seated at a desk at the opening of the Toronto - Dominion Bank on Hamilton Street and 12th Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan on February 21, 1955. Photo taken by Heenan, Regina.

GM-PH-3120 (3): Les Hammond shaking hands with a woman while three other women look on. August 28, 1955. Photo taken by Wells Studios, Edmonton, Alberta.

GM-PH-3120 (4): Group of men seated and standing at a table at the painters local union No. 509 event on August 6, 1956. Photo taken by West's Studio, Regina.

GM-PH-3120 (5): Les Hammond shaking hands with Queen Elizabeth II while Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, looks on at City Hall in Regina, Saskatchewan, summer 1973.

GM-PH-3120 (6): Governor General of Canada, Roland Mitchener, shaking hands with Les Hammond at Hammond's investiture as officer of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in Ottawa, Ontario. [between 1967 and 1974].

GM-PH-3120 (7): Group photograph of men and women in the 25 Year Club, Simpson's and Simpsons-Sears, Regina Branch, 1965. Names on front of photograph. Leslie H. Hammond is back row, fifth from left. Photo taken by Webb, Regina.

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