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Conservative Party: Saskatchewan No. 61 to 70

Nos. 61 to 64: Campaign leaflets for Brian Keple, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina East in the February 18, 1980 federal general election.

Nos. 65 to 67: Campaign letter and leaflets for Terry Leier, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina East in the 1979 federal general election.

No. 68: Notice for nominating convention for the Meadow Lake federal constituency held by the Meadow Lake Federal Constituency Progressive Conservative Association on May 2, 1973. 1 p.

No. 69: October 2, 1925 issue of Campaign News, printed by McInnis Brothers Limited, Regina, for the Conservative Association.

No. 70: Photocopy of document entitled Platform of the Saskatchewan Conservative Party, 1938, as adopted by the Council of the Conservative Party assembled in Regina, Saskatchewan on October 25 and 26, 1937. 4 p. Photograph of John G. Diefenbaker, leader of the Conservative Party in Saskatchewan, on cover.

Conservative Party: Saskatchewan No. 71 to 75

Nos. 71 to 72: Campaign leaflets for Jim Petrychyn, Progressive Conservative candidate in Regina Centre in the April 26, 1982 provincial general election. Authorized by the Regina Centre Progressive Conservative Association.

No. 73: Christmas card issued by The Honourable Grant Devine, Premier of Saskatchewan, Mrs. Devine, and family. Photograph of Devine family on cover. ca. 1983.

No. 74: Brochure entitled Keeping in Touch, paid for by members of the Progressive Conservative Caucus. Includes highlights of Progressive Conservative Government achievements. 4 p.

No. 75: Legislative Report, July 1984, issued by Gordon Currie, Progressive Conservative MLA for Regina Wascana. 6 p. Includes information on the Saskatchewan Department of Science and Technology and other government programs and initiatives.

Douglas Graber

  • R-A10473 (1)-(2)
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  • 1946, 1963

Douglas Graber, Past President of the Young Liberal Association; member of the Executive Committee.

Frank Eliason : A Forgotten Founder of the CCF

  • PI-81-58.1 (2)
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  • 2006

Item component is an article by George Hoffman that appears in volume 58, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History beginning on page 18.

Hoffman, George

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