King, William Lyon Mackenzie

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Liberal Party: Canada No. 21 to 30

No. 21: Article by W.H. Moore entitled Mackenzie King: The Obstinate Idealist, reprinted from Public Life and issued by the National Liberal Federation, Ottawa. 7 p.

No. 22: Booklet entitled Mackenzie King to the Canadian People 1935, published by the National Liberal Federation, Ottawa. Booklet consists of reprint of the series of radio broadcasts delivered by the Rt. Hon. Mackenzie King, leader of the Liberal Party, to the Canadian people. 56 p.

No. 23: Booklet entitled Liberal Manual, by J.C. McRuer, K.C. Published by the National Liberal Federation. 1935. 15 p.

No. 24: Copy of Liberal platform adopted by the National Liberal Convention, Ottawa, June, 1893. 4 p.

No. 25: Speeches delivered by W.L. Mackenzie King and Ernest Lapointe at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto, Ontario on August 8, 1939 on the occasion of the banquet for Mr. King to honour his 20 years of leadership of the Liberal Party.

No. 26: Booklet entitled Notorious Tory Pamphlet No. 6. 1900. 29 p. Relates to Imperial Federation; South African War; and Manitoba School Question.

No. 27: Publication entitled Hand Book on Canadian Politics showing the Splendid Record of the Liberal Government, 1896 to 1908. 124 p. Printed by The Rolla L. Crain Co. Limited, Printers, Ottawa, Ontario.

No. 28: Pamphlet entitled The woman in Canada, issued by the Liberal Party of Canada, Ottawa. ca. 1973.

No. 29: Pamphlet entitled Budget 74, issued by the Liberal Party of Canada, Ottawa. ca. 1973.

No. 30: Publication No. 11 entitled The Tariff Board, issued by the National Liberal Committee, Ottawa. June, 1930. 4 p.

Liberal Party: Canada No. 31 to 40

No. 31: Publication No. 19 entitled The Government and the Soldiers, issued by the National Liberal Committee, Ottawa. October, 1921.

No. 32: Publication No. 17 entitled The Soldiers and the Franchise, issued by the National Liberal Committee, Ottawa. October, 1921.

No. 33: Publication No. 23 entitled The Railway Situation of 1921, issued by the National Liberal Committee, Ottawa. October, 1921.

No. 34: Publication No. 15 entitled Liberals and the Tariff, issued by the National Liberal Committee, October 1921.

No. 35: Leaflet No. 10 entitled Revision of Voters' Lists: Instructions to Liberal Workers, based on Dominion Franchise Act of 1934. Issued by the National Liberal Federation of Canada, Ottawa.

No. 36: Publication entitled Canada's Progress Under Liberal Administration, 1921-1929, by Rt. Hon. W.L. Mackenzie King. Publication consists of the speech of Prime Minister King in the House of Commons on April 9, 1929 in reply to the Acting Leader and Opposition Financial Critic with appendix. 78 p.

No. 37: Illustrated booklet entitled The Land is Strong, issued by the Liberal Federation of Canada - Saskatchewan. ca. 1972.

No. 38: July 15, 1935 issue of The Canadian Liberal Monthly, issued by the National Liberal Federation, Ottawa.

No. 39: August - September, 1939 issue of The Canadian Liberal Monthly, issued by the National Liberal Federation, Ottawa.

No. 40: Leaflet entitled More Trade Means More Wealth. Issued by the National Liberal Federation, Ottawa. ca. 1935.

Liberal Party: Miscellaneous Sources No. 1 to 4

No. 1: Leaflet No. 17 entitled Talks with Alberta Electors Number Seventeen: Redeemed Pledges. ca. 1909.

No. 2: Leaflet No. 5 entitled Talks with Alberta Electors Number Five: Administration of Alberta. ca. 1909.

No. 3: Leaflet entitled An Open Letter to the Workingmen and Women of Canada, from Alex R. MacDonald, ex vice-president of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. September 1925.

No. 4: Issue of The Liberal Campaign News, published under the auspices of the Mackenzie Liberal Association. 1926.

Local Histories - Pense

  • Clippings File - Local History - Pense
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  • 1932-ca.1950

Letter from W. L. Mackenzie King, Laurier House, Ottawa, to Mrs. Austin Bothwell, Provincial Librarian, Regina, dated August 29, 1949, regarding various subjects including the christening of the Village of Pense by King's mother, and Bothwell's interest in King's Memoirs. [2 copies].

Copy of letter from Lewis H. Thomas, Acting Provincial Archivist, Regina, to Mrs. W. A. Thomson, Pense, dated February 1, 1949, regarding information to assist the Homemaker's Club in compiling a history of Pense and district. Information compiled by Lewis H. Thomas is included. Copy produced on the same date as the original.

Copy of the Table of Contents for the Sask. Homemakers club history of pense. Date copied unknown. See also Microfilm R-2.477.

Article entitled Mackenzie King's Mother Helped Christen Pense Fifty Years Ago, The Leader-Post, Regina, August 23, 1932. [2 copies].

Mackenzie King signing the Old Age Pension agreement.

  • R-B3628 (1)-(2)
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  • 1928

(1) Prime Minister Mackenzie King signing the Old Age Pension agreement, surrounded by 15 men including W.R. Motherwell, C.A. Dunning, John Millar, etc. (2) Page from agreement.

Sir Winston Churchill, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Earl of Athlone, Governor-General, Princess Alice, Prime Minister William L.M. King, Anthony Edon, Sir Alexander Cadogan and Brendon Bracken

  • R-B9898
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  • ca. 1943

Item is an image showing Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965), United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945, Earl of Athlone, Governor-General, Princess Alice, Canadian Prime Minister William L.M. King, Anthony Edon, Sir Alexander Cadogan and Brendon Bracken in Quebec City.

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