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Arthur Meighen correspondence, clippings re: Ku Klux Klan

Photocopied correspondence and newspaper clippings accumulated by the Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen as a member of the Canadian Senate, primarily pertaining to the activities of the Ku Klux Klan in western Canada.

File also includes photocopy of newspaper clipping entitled, Ku Klux Klan Rapped By Premier Gardiner In Speech At Dysart, published in the Saskatoon Phoenix, June 2, 1928.

Bradley, Philip G. and Mabel M.

  • R-816
  • File
  • 1907-1955

Records relating to a variety of topics which include credit unions; co-operatives; Good Cheer Homemakers' Club in Wilcox; the Regina Homemakers' Club (minute books, 1922-1936); Orange Lodge; United Farmers of Canada; Wartime Prices and Trades Board; First Baptist Church in Regina; and Women's Christian Temperance Union. Includes photographs, maps and poster. Includes copies of yearbooks for Central Collegiate, Regina for 1938, 1940 and 1941. Includes Canadian White Ribbon Tidings (1924-1955) and the 1955 publication by Jessie Robson Bothwell entitled Pioneers! O Pioneers!.

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 26 October 1983 - 06 November 1983

  • VT R-7559
  • Item
  • 1983

News Clips: 1) Need for a new recreation centre in the core area of Regina that is geared towards natives; 2) Scenes of a Regina Pats, Calgary Wranglers hockey game, also comments by the coach; 3) French language rights in Saskatchewan; 4) National Farmers Union protest against the proposed cutting of the Crow Rate; 5) Recreation survey of Regina; 6) Farming in the Hudson Bay area; 7) Scenes of B.C. Lions football games; 8) Cutting of the Crow Rate; 9) Non-smoking schools to encourage young people not to smoke; 10) Earthquake after shock felt in Regina; 11) Use of infant monitors; 12) People in Gravelbourg want their signs both in English and in French; 13) Car and heavy equipment accident; 14) SGI clip; 15) SEDCO has to lay off some of its employees; 16) City needs people to sit on boards as "Citizens at Large"; 17) Man fighting mandatory retirement; 18) Commission on what to do with Crown Corporations; 19) Indian self government; 20) Moose Jaw Canucks hockey team; 21) Film clips of movies at the Yorkton Film Festival; 22) Scenes of Canadian Football League (CFL) players; 23) Transportation for the elderly in Yorkton; 24) Changes to Crown Corporations; 25) Dave Ridgway talking about the Saskatchewan Roughriders; 26) "White Hoods: Canada's Ku Klux Klan", a book about the Klan; 27) Comments by Gordon Dirks about women and child abuse; 28) CIJ conference; 29) Scenes of the Queen City Classic, a high school basketball tournament; 30) PCBs found in water; 31) USC fund-raising.; 32) Hadassah Bazaar and fair; 33) Highlights of a Regina Pats,Medicine Hat hockey game; 34) Saskatchewan Action Committee conference on the status of women in rural areas.


Calderwood, William

  • Micro. S-1.102
  • Item
  • 1968

"The Rise and Fall of the Ku Klux Klan in Saskatchewan." A thesis submitted by William Calderwood for the degree of Master of Arts, University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus.

Christian flag (Protestant)

  • R-A12825-1
  • Item
  • 19--

Christian flag (Protestant). From Catalogue of Official Robes and Banners - Women of the Ku Klux Klan.

Corneil, Hazel: Collector

Scrapbooks and newspaper clippings collected by Mrs. Corneil, and handwritten notes concerning events and people in Oxbow, Glen Ewen, Alameda, Estevan, Taylortown, Souris, Bienfait, Willow Bunch, Roche Percee and Macoun. File 2 relates to the Bell Farm near Indian Head, Saskatchewan. File 40a includes mail order catalogues. Includes information on Ralph Allen Memorial Museum in Oxbow.

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