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Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 51-60

No. 51: Leaflet entitled Yours for Humanity, Security and Progress, outlining the CCF program and a message from Premier T.C. Douglas. 1952. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 52: Leaflet entitled The Parable of the Coach, by Edward Bellamy. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 53: Leaflet entitled The Parable of the Water Tank, by Edward Bellamy. Reprinted by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina, 1935. 8 p.

No. 54: Leaflet entitled Farmer-Labor Work and Wages consisting of text of radio address by G.H. Williams, MLA, Leader of the Opposition and President, Saskatchewan CCF, January 20, 1937. 4 p.

No. 55: Radio address by T.C. Douglas, Premier of Saskatchewan, broadcast on CBC, September 20, 1944. 6 p.

No. 56: Booklet entitled The History and Organization of the CCF in the Provincial Constituency of Humboldt, 1933-1954. 7 p.

No. 57: Booklet entitled Facts About CCF Government in Saskatchewan 1951. Published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 20 p.

No. 58: Leaflet in English, French and Ukrainian languages entitled The Saskatchewan Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Provincial Platform as adopted by the delegates assembled in annual convention July, 1937. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 59: Leaflet entitled Problems Confronting the Retail Merchants of Western Canada, consisting of radio broadcast by G.H. Williams, on January 4, 1939. 4 p. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 60: Campaign card entitled The New Order, issued in English, Ukrainian, French and German language. [1948?].

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 61-70

No. 61: Card entitled Opportunity for Canadians: The CCF Way, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p.

No. 62: French language leaflet entitled Qu'est-ce Qu'est la Co-operative Commonwealth Federation?. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p.

No. 63: Booklet entitled Quick Facts for Saskatchewan Voters! Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1956. 38 p.

No. 64: Leaflet entitled Religion and the CCF, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p. [1934 or after].

No. 65: Leaflet entitled A Short Short But Important Story About Agriculture, published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina.

No. 66: Leaflet entitled Social Credit Explained, issued by the C.C.F. Central Office, Regina, Saskatchewan. 1935. 4 p.

No. 67: Leaflet entitled Social Security in New Zealand: Excerpts from an Address by Hon. Walter Nash, Minister from New Zealand to the United States, before the Special Committee on Reconstruction and Re-establishment, in Ottawa, May 22, 1942. 4 p. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 68: Booklet entitled Ten Years of Progress: Ten Years of Government: Ten Years of Achievement, 1944-1954. 18 p.

No. 69: Booklet entitled What Is It, Who Is It, What Will It Do? Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1944? 28 p.

No. 70: Leaflet entitled Year by Year the Load Grows Heavier. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1937 or after]. [photographic negative available].

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 71-80

No. 71: Leaflet entitled Youth faces the Future, regarding the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Youth Movement (CCYM). Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 4 p.

No. 72: Document entitled Saskatchewan Year Book (draft) 1947, prepared by the Economic Advisory and Planning Board. Includes a letter dated November 19, 1947 from Morris C. Shumiatcher regarding the document. The document outlines the activities and accomplishments of the Saskatchewan CCF Government by department and references applicable legislation.

No. 73: Publication entitled Saskatchewan Legislators' Handbook: Provincial Legislation for 1944-46. Document is a summary of legislation enacted during the CCF administration. 93 p. July 1946.

No. 74: Booklet entitled Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section) Notes for Speakers. 1940. The notes relate to various topics covered in the 1939 and 1940 legislative sessions and other issues of current interest.

No. 75: Publication entitled The CCF in the Legislature and Other Information. Printed and published by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section) April 1941. 78 p. The publication outlines the highlights of the past three sessions of the Saskatchewan Legislature and is similar to the document entitled Notes for Speakers, published in 1940.

No. 76: Document entitled The C.C.F. in the Legislature and Other Information, printed and published by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section). April 1941 with 1942 Supplement.

No. 76a: Document entitled The C.C.F. in the Legislature 1943 Edition, printed and published by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Saskatchewan Section). 31 p.

No. 77: Candidate's handbook prepared in three sections designed to assist the candidate in particular aspects of speaking and canvassing. 1952. 23 p.

No. 78: Reprint of the speech of George H. Williams, MLA, Leader of the Opposition, in the Budget Debate in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, March 24, 1937. 30 p. Published by G.H. Williams and printed by The Western Printers Association Ltd., Regina.

No. 79: Issues of newsletter entitled News and Views of the C.C.F. Sask. Section. Includes unnumbered issue and issue nos. 1 to 5 and 8. ca. 1936.

No. 80: Handbook for Speakers issued by Farmer-Labor Group, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Compiled from reports of conferences held in Saskatoon and Regina, January 7 and February 11, 1933. 24 p.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 81-90

No. 81: Publication entitled I have a suggestion for the flag, sir...: Political cartoons from The Commonwealth. The cartoons were done by Bill Grant and originally published in The Commonwealth. The first section relates to the Saskatchewan premier and his cabinet ministers; the second section relates to events in Ottawa. Authorized by the Saskatchewan CCF. 1967. 55 p. [photographic negative of page 37 available].

No. 82: Leaflet entitled The Social Credit Hoax, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. 2 p. [1947 or after].

No. 83: Leaflet entitled Progress in Power, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. 1952. 4 p.

No. 84: Series of 13 newspaper articles entitled Revolution in Saskatchewan, prepared by The Albertan regarding the record of Saskatchewan's CCF government. 1947. Nos. 4, 10-13 not included.

No. 85: Leaflet entitled Social Welfare and Health Under a CCF Government. ca. 1945. 4 p. Published by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section).

No. 86: Leaflet entitled Count the Gains Since 1944, highlighting the achievements of the CCF government relating to hospitalization, automobile insurance, power, roads, industrial development and South Saskatchewan Dam. ca. 1958. 4 p.

No. 87: Leaflet entitled The Farmer and the C.C.F. Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 7 p.

No. 88: Radio address by G.H. Williams, MLA and Leader of the Opposition, broadcast on December 9, 1936. Printed by the New Era Press, Weyburn. 4 p.

No. 89: Leaflet issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) entitled Are They To Be Trusted! ca. 1937. 2 p.

No. 90: Campaign leaflet entitled The Farmer has been Betrayed, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1939 or after]. 2 p.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation: Saskatchewan Section No. 91-100

No. 91: Leaflet entitled Remove The Disgrace, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1934 or after]. 2 p.

No. 92: Campaign leaflet entitled What Do You Think About This?, issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). [1937 or after]. 2 p.

No. 93: Campaign leaflet entitled This Might Be Canada! Issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. 4 p.

No. 94: Campaign leaflet relating to unemployment and immigration issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). ca. 1938. 4 p.

No. 95: Campaign leaflet issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section), Regina. 1 p.

No. 96: Campaign leaflet issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 1 p.

No. 97: Campaign leaflet issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) entitled What of Tomorrow? featuring Leslie J. Bright, CCF candidate in Lake Centre. 4 p. [1944 or after].

No. 98: Memo to all campaign managers and candidates from the CCF (Saskatchewan Section). 2 p. 1952?

No. 99: Campaign leaflet issued by the CCF (Saskatchewan Section) featuring quote by Mr. G.H. Williams on education in the Legislative Assembly on February 18, 1938. 2 p.

No. 100: Newsletter entitled Keep Saskatchewan Ahead, authorized by the CCF Saskatchewan Section of the New Democratic Party. Includes statistics and information regarding medicare. March 1964. 4 p.

Conservative Party: Saskatchewan No. 1 to 10

No. 1: Pamphlet entitled Orders Sealed, containing text of radio address by Hon. J.T.M. Anderson, Premier of Saskatchewan and Minister of Education, in Regina, Saskatchewan on March 29, 1932. 22 p.

No. 2: June 1944 issue of The Saskatchewan Election Bulletin, issued by the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Party. Includes biographical sketches and photographs of candidates.

No. 3: Three political cartoons by Zip printed by McInnis Brothers, Limited of Regina, Saskatchewan and published by the Saskatchewan Liberal-Conservative Association. 1934.

No. 4: Leaflet entitled 1854-1954, A Century of Service, published by the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Association. Includes outline of achievements of the Conservatives at the federal and provincial level, with photographs of Conservative Prime Ministers of Canada and Conservative leaders in Saskatchewan. [photographic negative available].

No. 5: Text of radio broadcast by R.D. Ramsay on June 12, 1944. 3 p.

No. 6: Campaign leaflet for Rupert Ramsay issued by the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Party. Includes campaign platform regarding agriculture; industry; labour; education; social welfare; natural resources; and roads.

No. 7: Leaflet entitled The Government and the Railways. [1912 or after].

No. 8: Leaflet entitled Cleared? What Have the Royal Commissions Revealed?. [1914 or after]. 8 p.

No. 9: Constitution of the Provincial Conservative Association of Saskatchewan. 1917?. 1 p.

No. 10: Handbook for the 1917 Campaign issued by the Provincial Conservative Association, Regina, Saskatchewan. 32 p.

Conservative Party: Saskatchewan No. 11 to 20

No. 11: Leaflet entitled Kindersley Dam: Hon. W.R. Motherwell "Deals the Cards". ca. 1917. 3 p.

No. 12: Booklet entitled The Liquor Traffic and the Saskatchewan Government. [1917 or after]. 16 p.

No. 13: Leaflet entitled Spoken With Authority! ca. 1917. 1 p.

No. 14: Campaign leaflet for Cecil Mears, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina City in the August 10, 1953 federal general election. Authorized by the Regina Progressive Conservative Association. 4 p.

No. 15: Campaign leaflets issued by the Saskatoon Progressive Conservative Association for the June 8, 1960 and 1964 provincial general elections.

No. 16: Leaflet entitled The Policy of the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Party, issued by the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Party. 1944. 8 p.

No. 17: Campaign card for Ken More, Progressive Conservative candidate in the June 10, 1957 federal general election. Authorized by the Regina Conservative Association.

No. 18: Campaign card for Donald MacPherson, candidate in Regina West in the April 22, 1964 provincial general election. Authorized by the Regina-West Progressive Conservative Association.

No. 19: Campaign leaflet for Martin Pederson, candidate in the June 8, 1960 provincial general election. Authorized by the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Association.

No. 20: Booklet entitled Something of the Achievements of the Anderson Government, by H.K. Warren of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Printed by McInnis Brothers, Limited, Regina. Warren was the Conservative MLA for Bengough. 1934. 95 p.

Conservative Party: Saskatchewan No. 21 to 30

No. 21: Campaign pamphlet for George Richardson, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina-Lake Centre in the July 8, 1974 federal general election. Authorized by Regina Lake Centre Progressive Conservative Association.

No. 22: Leaflet in newspaper format entitled Saskatchewan Horizons, issued by the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan. Includes photographs of all Progressive Conservative candidates in the 1975 provincial general election and information regarding Dick Collver, party leader. 4 p.

No. 23 and No. 24: Campaign leaflet and card for Arthur Cropley, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina Elphinstone in the June 11, 1975 provincial general election. Authorized by the Regina Elphinstone PC Constituency Association. 1 p.

No. 25: Campaign card entitled Paul Rousseau is for Dick Collver. 1975.

No. 26: Invitation to the Progressive Conservative Old Fashion Picnic on June 8, 1975 in Wascana Park, Regina, Saskatchewan. Includes names of PC candidates in the 1975 provincial general election.

No. 27: Campaign letter to constituents in the Regina South constituency from Paul Rousseau, Progressive Conservative candidate in the 1975 provincial general election. 1 p.

No. 28: Campaign leaflet for Reg Watts, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina Lakeview in the 1975 provincial general election. Authorized by the Regina Lakeview Progressive Conservative Association.

No. 29: Campaign leaflet for Roy Rudichuk, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina Wascana in the 1975 provincial general election. Authorized by the Regina Wascana Progressive Conservative Association. 6 p.

No. 30: Campaign card with emergency telephone numbers and temperature guage issued by Reg Watts, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina Lakeview in the 1975 provincial general election. 1 p.

Conservative Party: Saskatchewan No. 41 to 50

No. 41 to No. 42: Campaign leaflets for Bob Myers, Progressive Conservative candidate in Saskatoon-South in the April 26, 1982 provincial general election.

Nos. 43 to 46: Campaign card and leaflets for Rick Folk, Progressive Conservative candidate in Saskatoon University in the April 26, 1982 provincial general election. Authorized by the Saskatoon University Progressive Conservative Association.

No. 47 to No. 48: Campaign leaflet and letter to constituents from Gordon Currie, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina Wascana in the April 26, 1982 provincial general election.

No. 49 to No. 50: Campaign leaflet and Rally invitation for Grant Devine for the April 26, 1982 provincial general election.

Conservative Party: Saskatchewan No. 51 to 60

Nos. 51 to 54: Campaign leaflets for Tim Embury, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina Lakeview in the April 26, 1982 provincial general election.

No. 55: Booklet entitled A Special Report, issued by Paul Rousseau, MLA for Regina South. The report highlights some of the important municipal and provincial issues, such as Regina's drinking water; the Cornwall Centre; Saskatchewan Government Insurance; medicare; Saskatchewan's civil service; and Public Utilities Review Commission. 1982. 11 p.

No. 56: Leaflet entitled Report From the Legislature, issued by Gary Lane, MLA, Qu'Appelle, and Paul Rousseau, MLA, Regina South. 1979.

No. 57: Pamphlet entitled A Cure for the Saskatchewan Condition, issued by the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan. ca. 1980.

No. 58: Leaflet authorized by the Pelly Progressive Conservative Association consisting of biographical information on Bohdan E. (Burt) Lozinsky, PC candidate for Pelly constituency, and Martin Pederson, leader of the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative Party. 1964. 1 p.

No. 59 to No. 60: Campaign leaflets for Gerry Fuller, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina West in the May 22, 1979 federal general election.

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