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Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 161-175

No. 161: Campaign card for CCF Regina City federal candidate John O. Probe. Authorized by the Regina C.C.F. [1940s].

No. 162: Campaign card for CCF candidate Claude Ellis. Published by the CCF National Office. [1950s].

No. 163: Campaign leaflet for Claude Ellis, a CCF candidate in the 1957 federal election, authorized by Regina CCF.

No. 164: Leaflet for John O. Probe, a CCF candidate in the 1949 federal election. Authorized by the Regina Constituency C.C.F.

No. 165: Campaign card for Claude Ellis, CCF candidate in the 1957 federal election. Authorized by the Regina C.C.F.

No. 166: Leaflet featuring George Bothwell, candidate for the Regina CCF nomination. November 1956. 1 p.

No. 167: Campaign leaflet featuring, CCF Regina West candidates Allan E. Blakeney and Marjorie Cooper. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party. 1964.

No. 168 to No. 170: Campaign leaflets for 4 Regina CCF candidates (Allan E. Blakeney; Marjorie Cooper; Ed Whelan; Charles C. Williams) in the 1960 provincial general election. Issued by the Regina CCF Association.

No. 171: Campaign leaflet featuring George R. Bothwell, the CCF candidate for Regina South in the 1964 provincial general election. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), New Democratic Party.

No. 172: Leaflet entitled Regina CCF Nominating Convention, April 19, 1960 featuring candidate Allan Blakeney. Published by the supporters of Allan Blakeney.

No. 173: Campaign leaflet featuring Regina West CCF candidates Allan E. Blakeney and Marjorie Cooper. 1964.

No. 174: Campaign booklet for the 1960 provincial general election outlining the CCF Program for 1960. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 175: Campaign leaflet for Allan E. Blakeney and Marjorie Cooper, CCF candidates in the 1964 provincial general election. Issued by the Regina West CCF (Saskatchewan Section) New Democratic Party.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 191-205

No. 191: Leaflet issued by the Saskatchewan CCF during the 1967 provincial general election campaign.

No. 192: Small booklet entitled What The Liberal Party Has Done for Saskatchewan, with blank pages inside. Issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

Nos. 193, 196, 197, 198: Campaign leaflets for John Burton; Charles S. Mitchell; Cecil Bailey; and Lorne Dietrick, New Democratic Party candidates in the June 18, 1962 federal election. Issued by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section of the New Democratic Party.

No. 194: Campaign leaflet designed to look like money and entitled Thatcher Bucks, issued by the Saskatchewan CCF. 1967.

No. 195: Campaign leaflet for Everett Wood, CCF candidate for Swift Current in the 1967 provincial general election. Issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

No. 199: Pamphlet entitled CCF Expansion Campaign: What Every Member Should Know About the Financing of Their Party. Published by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section of the New Democratic Party. 1965. 4 p.

No. 200: Reprint of article by Jack Scott originally published in the May 30, 1960 issue of The Vancouver Sun and issued by the Saskatchewan CCF, Regina.

No. 201 (a-h): Series of 8 pamphlets entitled Facts About Saskatchewan, taken from The Commonwealth and published by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, Saskatchewan Section of the New Democratic Party. ca. 1963. The pamphlets relate to farmers; insurance; polio; population changes; medicare; taxation; provincial debt; and labour.

No. 202: Pamphlet entitled Come and Join Us...issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party. ca. 1967.

No. 203: Pamphlet entitled Where Are They Taking Us?: What is Happening to Saskatchewan, published by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party. [1960s].

No. 204: Pamphlet entitled CCF Dollars: Where Do They Come From? Where Do They Go?, published by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, Saskatchewan Section of the New Democratic Party. [1960s].

No. 205: Campaign leaflet issued by the Saskatchewan CCF during the 1960 provincial election campaign.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 206 to 215

No. 206: Campaign card for Fred Dewhurst, CCF candidate for Wadena in the 1960 provincial general election. Issued by the CCF Provincial Office.

No. 207: Leaflet outlining the CCF program in 1944; 1952; 1956; and 1960. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party. [1960s].

No. 208: Booklet entitled Saskatchewan Commonwealth: An Adventure in Journalism, relating to the alternative newspaper, The Saskatchewan Commonwealth. [1945 or after]. 7 p.

No. 209: Pamphlet entitled A New Era for Agriculture: The New Democratic Party. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party and the New Democratic Party of Canada. [1960s].

No. 210: Campaign pamphlet for Alex G. Kuziak, CCF candidate in the 1964 provincial general election. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party.

No. 211: Booklet entitled Publicity and Advertising Guide for An Election Campaign. Issued by the Saskatchewan CCF. 1960. 7 p.

No. 212: Pamphlet entitled National Unity! consisting of a speech delivered by T.C. Douglas, MP and federal leader of the New Democratic Party. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party. [1965 or after].

No. 213: Campaign pamphlet for Albin Frid, CCF candidate for Notukeu-Willow Bunch in the 1960 provincial general election. Issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

No. 214: Booklet entitled Your Right to Health: What Will the Medical Care Plan Mean to You? Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan) Section. 6 p. ca. 1960.

No. 215: Campaign leaflet entitled Are You 18? 19? 20? 21?. Issued by the CCF Provincial Office. 1960.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 21 to 30

No. 21: Leaflet entitled The CCF in the World Today: A Preliminary Draft of a Statement of CCF Principles. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1950 or after]. 4 p.

No. 22: Leaflet entitled CCF Land Policy. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) [1941 or after]. 4 p.

No. 23: Leaflet entitled Organization Suggestions, intended for use by campaign managers, zone managers, candidates and committeemen. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina.

No. 24: Leaflet entitled Organization Suggestions, intended for use by campaign managers, zone managers, candidates and committeemen. 4 p.

No. 25: Booklet entitled The Petersens of Saskatchewan, prepared and produced by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section. Booklet is done in comic book format and focuses on the accomplishments of the CCF government in Saskatchewan. 1948. 15 p.

No. 26: Saskatchewan CCF Members' Handbook, published by Saskatchewan Section, CCF, Regina, September 1956. 11 p.

No. 27: Leaflet entitled State Medicine for Saskatchewan Urged by Peter Howe, reprinted from Saskatchewan Commonwealth. [1938 or after]. 2 p.

No. 28: Booklet entitled Suggestions to CCF Canvassers, issued by CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 5 p.

No. 29: Booklet entitled What We Desire For Ourselves...We Wish For All: A Pictorial Commentary published by the CCF Provincial Office, Regina. [1952 or after]. 14 p.

No. 30: Leaflet entitled What Will the CCF Do With Your Victory Bonds? containing text of radio broadcast by M.J. Coldwell, National Leader, in March 1944.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 216 to 230

No. 216: Collage of photographs of Saskatchewan premier T.C. Douglas and CCF candidates in the 1952 provincial general election. Source unknown.

No. 217: Campaign advertisement featuring photographs of Saskatchewan Premier T.C. Douglas and the CCF candidates in the 1956 provincial general election. Authorized by the Saskatchewan C.C.F., the ad appeared in weekly and daily newspapers. 1 p.

No. 218: Christmas greeting featuring photographs of Woodrow S. Lloyd, Saskatchewan New Democratic Party Leader, and the 24 New Democratic members of the Saskatchewan Legislature. Published in The Commonwealth, December 18, 1968.

No. 219: Advertisement featuring photographs of Woodrow S. Lloyd and other CCF candidates in the 1967 provincial general election. Published in The Commonwealth, October 11, 1967.

No. 220: Articles featuring T.C. Douglas and other individuals associated with the CCF. Published in The Commonwealth, June 6, 1962.

No. 221: Workers' Newsletter Number 9 dated December 13, 1963 issued by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party. 2 p.

No. 222: Agreement Between Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party and Co-operative Commonwealth Publishing and Printing Company and Saskatchewan Insurance, Office and Professional Employees' Union Local 397 of the Office and Professional Employees International Union. 16 p. ca. 1967.

No. 223: Campaign leaflet for A.D. Stade, CCF candidate for Maple Creek in the October 14, 1935 federal general election. Issued by the Maple Creek CCF Constituency Committee. 4 p.

No. 224: Booklet entitled Fun Book, published by the Co-operative Commonwealth Youth Movement, Saskatchewan Section, 1949. 75 p. Compiled by Don O'Brien of Riceton, Saskatchewan, the booklet includes suggestions for games and quizzes.

No. 225: Pamphlet entitled Politicians; which one is worth your vote?, published by the CCF Saskatchewan. 1967. 8 p.

No. 226: Leaflet entitled The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation National Manifesto and Immediate Program. Published by the Central Office of the C.C.F. (Sask. Section), Regina. ca. 1934.

No. 227: Booklet entitled Manual: Constituency Organization for Election Purposes. Issued by the CCF Sask. Section of the New Democratic Party. 16 p. [1960s?].

No. 228: Campaign pamphlet featuring Cliff Thurston, CCF candidate for Lumsden in the 1964 provincial general election. Issued by the CCF Sask. Section of the New Democratic Party.

No. 229: Booklet entitled Every Member Canvass Fall, 1963 Workers' Handbook, issued by the Saskatchewan Section of the New Democratic Party. 21 p.

No. 230: Campaign pamphlet featuring T.C. Douglas, candidate in the June 18, 1962 federal general election. Issued by the Regina CCF - New Democratic Party.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 231 to 245

No. 231: Booklet entitled Make it a Motion: A Handbook for Better Riding Meetings, issued by the New Democratic Party of Ontario. 25 p. 1966. Includes annotations made by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party.

No. 232: Pamphlet entitled The New Democratic Program for Agriculture. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party. ca. 1961.

No. 233: Reprint of article by Reverend Eugene Cullinane entitled The Catholic Church and Socialism, originally published in The People's Weekly. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1943 or after]. 8 p.

No. 234: Pamphlet entitled Youth and the C.C.F. Published by Saskatoon New Democratic Youth. 1964. Includes message to Saskatoon New Democratic Youth Club from W.S. Lloyd.

No. 235: Mimeographed document entitled Facts on Social Credit Programs in Alberta and British Columbia and Comparisons with Saskatchewan. April 13, 1960. 22 p. Creator unknown.

Nos. 236 to 240, 243 and 244: Campaign pamphlets for NDP candidates in the 1962 federal general election. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party. Candidates include H.A. Bryson; Merv Johnson; Percy Gratias; Angus Addley; J.L. (Joe) Phelps; Cecil Bailey; and Lorne E. Dietrick.

No. 241: Campaign pamphlet for J.L. Phelps, a New Democratic Party candidate in the 1962 federal general election. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party.

No. 242: Leaflet entitled New Democratic Rally Songs containing the lyrics to We Shall Not Be Moved; The Farmer is the Man; This Land is Your Land; and Solidarity. Issued by CCF Sask. Section of the New Democratic Party. 1 p. [1960s?].

No. 245: Booklet entitled This Bill is Evil: Woodrow S. Lloyd, Leader of the Saskatchewan CCF, Speaking in Opposition to The Essential Services Emergency Bill, Saskatchewan Legislature, September 7, 1966. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party. 11 p.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 246 to 260

No. 246: Small banner reading Don't Penalize The Sick...Oppose Deterrent Fees! Date and creator unknown.

No. 247: Small banner reading Welcome To The New Saskatchewan Taxes-Taxes-Taxes. Date and creator unknown.

No. 248: Booklet entitled Farm Power in Politics. 1956. Issued by the CCF Provincial Office, Regina.

No. 249: Appeal for contributions to the building fund for the CCF Provincial Office in Regina, Saskatchewan. 1959.

No. 250: Booklet entitled Taxes Aren't Squeezing the Farmer!. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section). 14 p. ca. 1954.

No. 251: Campaign card for Louis H. (Scoop) Lewry, CCF candidate in Moose Jaw-Lake Centre in the federal general election. 1957 or 1958. Published by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section, Regina.

No. 252: Article entitled Political Duplicity...The Enemy of Democracy: An Internationally Known Journalist Looks at the Case of Hazen Argue, by John A. Stevenson. Issued by the Sask. CCF Section of the New Democratic Party. 4 p.

No. 253: Campaign leaflet relating to the activities of John Diefenbaker issued by the Saskatchewan CCF. [1957 or after].

No. 254: Campaign leaflet issued by the Saskatchewan CCF for the June 10, 1957 federal general election.

No. 255: Campaign leaflet for L.H. (Scoop) Lewry, the New Democratic Party candidate for Morse in the October 11, 1967 provincial general election. Issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

No. 256: Campaign leaflet entitled Let's Go Forward, issued by the Saskatchewan CCF, Regina, for the March 31, 1958 federal general election.

No. 257: Leaflet entitled Will Your Life Insurance Be Safe with the C.C.F. in Power? consisting of speech by M.J. Coldwell broadcast March 23, 28, April 4. [1941 or after]. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p.

No. 258: Campaign leaflet for Ed McCullough, the New Democratic Party candidate in Moose Mountain, for either the 1958 or 1962 federal general election. 7 p.

No. 259: Booklet reprinted from The Yorkton Enterprise, June 25, 1959, relating to speech made by C.M. Fines regarding the accomplishments of the CCF government in Saskatchewan from 1944 to 1959.

No. 260: Leaflet entitled What about Saskatchewan Oil?. Issued by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section. 1952. 4 p.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 261 to 275

No. 261: Booklet entitled The Farmers' Share in Prosperity, issued by the CCF Central Office, Regina. ca. 1957. 8 p.

No. 262: Pamphlet relating to the Co-operative Commonwealth Fund that includes names of fund trustees and honorary patrons.

No. 263: Campaign pamphlet for John Stonehocker, CCF candidate for Athabasca in the April 22, 1964 provincial general election. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) New Democratic Party.

No. 264: Pamphlet relating to the CCF Membership Renewal Campaign. ca. 1960. Includes a photograph of the CCF Provincial Office at 1630 Quebec Street in Regina, Saskatchewan.

No. 265: Booklet entitled The CCF Record in Saskatchewan, published by the CCF, Saskatchewan Section, January 1960. 8 p.

No. 266: Booklet entitled The Shape and Structure of the New Party, consisting of excerpts from an address by Joe Morris, president, Regional Council No. 1, International Woodworkers of America (AFL-CIO-CLC), to the New Party Conference at Calgary, Alberta on December 11, 1960. Published by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Sask. Section). 8 p.

No. 267: Campaign leaflet for M.J. Coldwell published by the C.C.F. (Sask. Section). [1949 or after].

No. 268: Booklet entitled The Juggler's Budget, consisting of Allan E. Blakeney, MLA and Opposition Financial Critic, speaking in the Budget Debate in the Legislative Assembly on Saskatchewan on February 28, 1966. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party. 22 p.

No. 269: Booklet entitled Problems Ignored and Promises Broken, consisting of Woodrow S. Lloyd, Leader of the Opposition, speaking in debate on the address in reply to the 1967 throne speech in the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly on February 7, 1967. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party. 19 p.

No. 270: Booklet entitled The Backward Budget, consisting of speech by Allan E. Blakeney, Opposition Financial Critic, in the Budget debate in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan on February 20, 1967. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party. 16 p.

No. 271: Booklet entitled The Wrong Budget for Saskatchewan, consisting of speech by Allan E. Blakeney, Opposition Financial Critic, in the Budget Debate in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan on February 22, 1965. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party. 21 p.

No. 272: Booklet containing speech by Woodrow S. Lloyd, Leader of the Opposition, in the debate on the address in reply to the throne speech in the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly on February 10, 1966. Issued by the CCF (Sask. Section) New Democratic Party. 19 p.

No. 273: Booklet entitled It's Time to Act!: A Brief to the Government of Saskatchewan on the Economic Crisis Facing the Province, submitted by New Democratic MLA's January 20, 1970. Issued by the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party. 9 p.

No. 274: Typewritten document entitled Outline of Educational Program for Saskatchewan CCF 1956-1957, issued by G.R. Bothwell, chairman of the Provincial CCF Education Committee. 2 p.

No. 275: Typewritten document entitled A Role For You in Government: An invitation to Social Pioneering: W.S. Lloyd. [1960s?]. 6 p.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 276 to 290

No. 276: Mimeographed document entitled Saskatchewan Government Programs of Direct Benefit to Young People. ca. 1964. 10 p. Creator unknown.

No. 277: Document relating to the Social Credit provincial platform of principles (obtained from the Social Credit League, Regina) with commentary, analysis and comparison to the C.C.F. program. 25 p. ca. 1959.

No. 278: Typewritten document entitled Notes on Public Speaking, by T.C. Douglas. 3 p.

No. 279: Document entitled How to Organize a Constituency for an Election, by Fred Woloshyn, New Democratic Party, April 1962. 2 p.

No. 280: Document by Les Benjamin entitled Organizing and Carrying Out Public Meetings. 5 p.

No. 281: Report on Policy Seminar on the Programme and Structure of the New Party held December 10 and 11, 1960, Palliser Hotel, Calgary, Alberta. 16 p.

No. 282: Typewritten document by J.J. Morrow entitled Report of the New Democratic Party Founding Convention. 1961?. 4 p.

No. 283: Typewritten document relating to canvassing. Date and creator unknown. (2 copies).

No. 284: Typewritten document entitled A Political Insecticide (3-D Formula). 4 p. Date and creator unknown.

No. 285: Mimeographed document containing Premier W.S. Lloyd's address to caucus on May 2, 1964. 9 p.

No. 286: Mimeographed document containing Premier W.S. Lloyd's address to Winnipeg Branch, Canadian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, January 18, 1963. 13 p.

No. 287: Report on Women's Activities by Pemrose Whelan, Vice-President, Saskatchewan CCF, at the Annual Convention in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, November 17, 1965. 5 p.

No. 288: Typewritten document by J.H. Brockelbank entitled How to Handle the Opposition. April 1962. 2 p.

No. 289: Submission on behalf of the Provincial Women's Committee, Saskatchewan CCF, by Eileen Dunlop, to the Prairie Provinces Cost Study Commission public hearing in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on February 14, 1967. 22 p.

No. 290: Submission on behalf of CCF Members of the Saskatchewan Legislature by Woodrow S. Lloyd and Allan E. Blakeney to the Prairie Provinces Cost Study Commission public hearings in Regina, Saskatchewan on January 27, 1967. 39 p.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 291 to 305

No. 291: Published letter from Woodrow S. Lloyd to the University Student regarding the CCF's program on education and youth. ca. 1966. 1 p. Issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

No. 292: Blue and white folder entitled CCF Canvass Kit Fall 1963 containing pamphlets and reminders. Includes information on the Fighting Dollars Fund; and a pamphlet entitled Saskatchewan Highways: The Story of Dust-Free Surfacing issued by C.G. Willis, Minister of Highways and Transportation.

No. 293: Co-operative Commonwealth Federation New Democratic Party Organization Manual. 1966. 33 p.

No. 294: Annual Reports of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section) of the New Democratic Party 31st and 32nd Annual Conventions in 1966 and 1967.

No. 295: Booklet entitled Let's Share Prosperity. [1955 or after]. 8 p.

No. 296: Card outlining the accomplishments of the CCF Government. Printed by Service Printers, Regina.

No. 297: Yellow card for financial contributions to the 500 Club issued by the CCF, Sask. Section.

No. 298: Application card for CCF membership for year ending May 31, 1947 issued by the C.C.F., Saskatchewan Section.

No. 299: Card outlining CCF Program for Indian-Metis citizens issued by the Sasktchewan CCF.

No. 300: Booklet entitled Facts About Saskatchewan Growth 1960, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 32 p. (Includes typewritten draft and published versions).

No. 301: Orange card outlining the CCF program. Issued by the CCF Saskatchewan Section of the New Democratic Party. ca. 1967.

No. 302: Leaflet relating to Indian and Metis citizens published by the CCF Saskatchewan. 1967. 1 p.

No. 303: Campaign card for J. Walter Erb, CCF candidate for Milestone in the 1960 provincial general election. Issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

No. 304: Campaign card for Martin Semchuk, CCF candidate for Meadow Lake in the 1964 provincial general election. Issued by the Saskatchewan CCF.

No. 305: Typewritten document by C.M. Fines entitled Cost Estimates of So-Called Liberal and Conservative Platforms. ca. 1960. 13 p.

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