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Charles A. Dunning fonds

  • F 684
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1926

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by the Hon. Charles A. Dunning from 1916 to 1926 during his political career in Saskatchewan as Provincial Treasurer (1916-1926), Minister of Railways (1917-1919, 1922-1926), Minister of Telephones (1918-1919), Minister of Agriculture (1919-1920), Provincial Secretary (1921-1922), Minister of Municipal Affairs (1921-1922), and Premier and President of the Executive Council (1922-1926).

The fonds also consists of photocopies of records held by Queen's University Archives in its Charles Avery Dunning fonds that relate to Dunning's political career in Saskatchewan.

This fonds contains public and private records.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds.

The types of records included are correspondence; memoranda; briefing notes; reports; minutes and agendas; publications; speaking notes; newspaper clippings; petitions; acts and legislation; and pamphlets.

Dunning, Charles Avery, 1885-1958

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 1-10

No. 1: Booklets containing financial statements and agendas for the annual CCF (Saskatchewan Section) provincial conventions from 1948 to 1960 (not including 1949 and 1951). Booklets containing financial statements and agendas for the annual conventions of the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party from 1961 to 1965.

No. 2: Text of speeches delivered by T.C. Douglas and broadcast on CKRM Radio on April 15, 1952 and April 29, 1952. Speeches entitled Mission Accomplished (6 p) and A Program for Progress (8 p.).

No. 3: Booklet entitled Review of CCF Legislation, June, 1949 Reprinted from The Commonwealth. Issued by CCF (Saskatchewan Section). The booklet outlines CCF legislation relating to various government departments and crown corporations (Attorney General, Agriculture, Labor, Public Health, etc.).

No. 4: Pamphlet in Ukrainian language entitled The Canadian Hierarchy speaks out on social reconstruction, issued by the Catholic Church Extension Society of Canada, Kingston, Ontario. October 1943.

No. 5: Constitution of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section) dated 1941-42; July, 1957; and August, 1959. Constitution of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party dated December, 1961; July, 1962; September, 1964; and December, 1966.

No. 6: Undated leaflet entitled The CCF and Education in Saskatchewan. 4 p.

No. 7: Undated leaftlet entitled The CCF and Social Ownership. Issued by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section. 4 p. [photographic negative available].

No. 8: Undated leaflet entitled The CCF and Social Services, issued by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section. 4 p.

No. 9: Undated leaflet entitled CCF Policy for Victory and Peace, reprinted from Saskatchewan Commonwealth and issued by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section. 1 p. 194?

No. 10: Booklet entitled CCF Program for Saskatchewan. [1943 or after]. 12 p. Issued by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section. (Original and photocopy).

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 101-110

No. 101: Campaign card entitled CCF Program for Progress. 1952. 2 p.

No. 102: Campaign card outlining the 1960 CCF program. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 2 p.

No. 103: Article by Oliver F. Fink entitled Socialism in Canada: Saskatchewan Experiments in Government-Owned Business and Industry, published in The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 23, 1947.

No. 104: Campaign card issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) 1956.

No. 105: Campaign card and leaflet for Frank Meakes, the CCF candidate in the Touchwood constituency. Issued by the Touchwood Constituency CCF. ca. 1956.

No. 106: Pamphlet regarding CCF Victory Fund. [1941 or after]. Published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina.

No. 107: Booklet published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) entitled Suggestions to Scrutineers. 14 p. [1930 or after].

No. 108: Leaflet entitled Suggestions to Scrutineers, May 1952. 4 p. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina.

No. 108a: Leaflet entitled Information - Candidates - Representatives (Scrutineers) September 1967. 4 p. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party.

No. 109: CCF Literature List issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). ca. 1944. 1 p.

No. 110: List of CCF candidates in the 1944 provincial election. Includes name of constituency and candidate's name; address; and occupation. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1 p.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 11 to 20

No. 11: Leaflet entitled The Sensational Record of a CCF Government: 83 Facts About Saskatchewan, published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. 4 p.

No. 12: Leaflet entitled The Farmer and The CCF, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 8 p.

No. 13: Booklet entitled March of Freedom: How mankind's struggles with economic forces have produced the C.C.F., by Frank G. Hanson, Director of Education, CCF, Sask. Section. Illustrations by E.N. Yates and Dan Yee Clun. 1946. 88 p. Published by Service Printing Co. Ltd, Regina, Saskatchewan.

No. 14: Leaflet entitled How the CCF Got Started, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p. ca. 1942.

No. 15: Booklet entitled Humanity First! What the CCF Government has done in Saskatchewan. 1945. 16 p. (original and photocopy).

No. 16: Three different leaflets entitled Instructions to Scrutineers, issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

No. 17: Leaflet entitled Is Total War Possible While Profits Predominate?, by F.C.W. Reprinted from Saskatchewan Commonwealth and issued by CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1 p.

No. 18: Leaflet entitled Let the Record Speak! The CCF in the Legislature. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1943 or after]. 8 p.

No. 19: Leaflet entitled Let There Be No Blackout of Health, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1935 or after]. 4 p.

No. 20: Leaflet entitled Marching Home to What? The CCF Message to the Men and Women in the Armed Forces. 1945. 4 p. Issued by CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. Includes letter from Delmar Valleau, MLA and member of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 111-120

No. 111: Radio broadcast by T.C. Douglas, MP, entitled Where's the Money Coming From?. Broadcast February 3, 7, 8 and 9, 1944. 4 p. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina.

No. 112: Campaign notice issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1944? 1 p.

No. 113: Booklet entitled What Do You Want? Published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1940s]. Outlines the CCF's financial needs in the forthcoming federal election.

No. 114: Leaflet entitled Ottawa Next: An Urgent Message to Federal Constituency Executives, Poll Committees and Canvassers. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1948? 4 p.

No. 115: Campaign leaflet regarding Captain John O. Probe, CCF candidate for Regina constituency. Published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1945. 4 p.

No. 116: Informal invitation to (proposed) joint debate between Hon. C.M. Dunn, Minister of Highways, and Reverend T.C. Douglas, MP. ca. 1938.

No. 117: Leaflet relating to by-election in Humboldt, Saskatchewan entitled How did Kreen Vote? Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1943.

No. 118: Campaign leaflet for Joseph W. Burton, CCF candidate for Humboldt, Saskatchewan issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1943. 1 p.

No. 119: Members' Handbook for Saskatchewan published by Saskatchewan Section, CCF, Regina, January 1946.

No. 120: Members' Handbook for Saskatchewan, published by Saskatchewan Section CCF, August 1947. 62 p.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 121-140

No. 121: Campaign leaflet entitled Who Is Walter Tucker For? Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1946 or after]. 2 p.

No. 122: Leaflet entitled Things You Should Know About Taxes, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1948. 4 p.

No. 123: Radio speech delivered by Premier T.C. Douglas on March 10, 1948 entitled This Thing Called Freedom. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p.

No. 124: Leaflet entitled For Saskatchewan's Children, published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1948. 4 p. Leaflet outlines the accomplishments of the 45 larger school units in the province.

No. 125: Leaflet entitled Facts About Social Credit, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1948. 2 p.

No. 126: Regina CCF Campaign Bulletin No. 1. 1948. 1 p.

No. 127: Campaign letter dated June 15, 1948 to citizens of Regina, Saskatchewan from candidates Charles C. Williams, Minister of Labour, and Clarence M. Fines, Provincial Treasurer. 1 p.

No. 128: Leaflet entitled What The Pork Barrel Costs You! Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). ca. 1938. 2 p.

No. 129: Leaflet entitled What Do You Call This?. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). ca. 1938. 2 p.

No. 130: Leaflet entitled Was Starvation Necessary? regarding pastured horses and uncut haylands in the Carrot River, Saskatchewan district. Includes letter dated March 17, 1938 from G.N. Fulmore of Carrot River to G.H. Williams, CCF Leader, regarding the situation. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 2 p.

No. 131: Leaflet entitled Organization Suggestions, for use by campaign managers, zone managers, candidates and committeemen. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p. 1938?

No. 132: Campaign leaflet entitled Pensions for the Needy, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1938. 4 p. Includes details on mothers' allowance; maternity grants; and old age pensions.

No. 133: Campaign leaflet entitled Remove the Disgrace, regarding teachers' salaries. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1938. 2 p.

No. 134: Campaign leaflet issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1938. 2 p.

No. 135: Campaign leaflet containing statement on medical aid made by George H. Williams in the Saskatchewan Legislature on February 18, 1938. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 2 p.

No. 136: Is Social Credit Coming or Going? . Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). ca. 1938. 4 p.

No. 137: Leaflet entitled Do You Want a Wheat Board? Issued by CCF (Saskatchewan Section). ca. 1938. 2 p.

No. 138: Campaign leaflet entitled Broken Promises, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1938. 2 p.

No. 139: Campaign leaflet entitled Are the Liberals to be Trusted?. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1938. 2 p.

No. 140: Document issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) outlining the duties of poll committees. 2 p. 1938?.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 141-160

No. 141: Leaflet entitled Program and Manifesto of the C.C.F., published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1934 or after].

No. 142: Leaflet entitled The Saskatchewan Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Provincial Platform as formulated by the delegates assembled in annual convention July 1936. 4 p.

No. 143: Booklet entitled Proposed Amendments to Constitution and Resolutions, CCF Convention, City Hall, Regina, July 15th, 16th, 17th, 1936. 29 p.

No. 144: Leaflet relating to CCF Broadcasts 1947-48 with donation form for the CCF Radio Fund. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 145: Address by O.W. Valleau, MLA for Melfort, entitled Training of Youth in Self Liquidating Work and Wages Project, delivered in the Saskatchewan Legislature on February 16, 1939. Printed by the Melfort Moon. 4 p.

No. 146: Illustrated calendar entitled CCF: 20 Years of Progress, 1944-1964. All sketches by Mrs. Katherine Brown of Regina, Saskatchewan. Published by the Saskatoon CCF-NDP Women's Organization, Calendar Committee, Saskatoon. Includes portrait of T.C. Douglas by Karsh and other photographs including images taken by Government of Saskatchewan Photographic Services. (2 copies).

No. 147: Campaign leaflet for candidates Henry H.P. Baker and Walter E. Smishek issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party. 1960.

No. 148: Booklet entitled The History and Organization of the CCF in the Provincial Constituency of Humboldt, 1933-1954. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 7 p.

No. 149: Trade Union Bulletin Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 7 issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1947.

No. 150: Publication entitled Who Owns Canada? An Examination of the Facts concerning The Concentration of the Ownership and Control of the Means of Production, Distribution and Exchange in Canada, by Watt Hugh McCollum, Research Director of the Saskatchewan C.C.F. Research Bureau. Pamphlet No. 1 published by the Saskatchewan C.C.F., Research Bureau, Regina. 1935. 60 p.

No. 151: Booklet entitled What Happened to David Jones?, by Gertrude S. Telford. Published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 46 p. [1938 or after]. (2 copies). Chapter titles include: The C.C.F. - History and Philosophy; The C.C.F. and Finance; The C.C.F. and Industry; and The C.C.F. - Tariff and Freight Rates.

No. 152: Booklet entitled Birth of a New Social Order: The Beginning of the CCF, issued by the New Democratic Party (Saskatchewan Section). 5 p. [1970 or after].

No. 153: Booklet entitled Regina Manifesto (Programme of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, adopted at First National Convention held at Regina, Sask. July, 1933). (2 copies).

No. 154: Booklet entitled What Does the C.C.F. Stand For?, by M.J. Coldwell, MP, as quizzed by Bruce Hutchison. Reprinted from Maclean's Magazine, September 1, 1943. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. Booklet in question and answer format. 12 p.

No. 155: Campaign leaflet for CCF candidate O.W. Valleau printed by the Nipawin Herald. 1938. 4 p.

No. 156: Campaign leaflet for CCF candidate John O. Probe. Issued by the Regina C.C.F. Political Association. 1938. 4 p.

No. 157: Campaign pamphlet entitled XXX 3 for Regina, highlighting CCF candidates Marjorie Cooper, Clarence M. Fines, and C.C. Williams. Authorized by the Regina C.C.F. 1952.

No. 158: Campaign card for CCF candidates Marjorie Cooper, Clarence Fines and C.C. Williams. 1952. (3 copies).

No. 159: Leaflet for Claude Ellis, CCF candidate for Regina in the 1953 federal election, issued by the Regina Constituency CCF Executive. 1953.

No. 160: Leaflet regarding CCF candidates in the 1952 provincial election: Marjorie Cooper, Clarence Fines, and C.C. Williams. Issued by Regina Constituency CCF Executive. 4 p. Includes brief biographical sketches of candidates.

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