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J. W. Gardiner chatting with Howard Lasby at a nominating convention

  • R-A10578 (1)-(6)
  • Item
  • 1962

(1) Howard Lasby, Pense, and J. Wilfrid Gardiner chatting at a nominating convention, Moose Jaw Lake Centre constituency Association, 1962; (2) view of the delegates at a convention; (3) speaker at a microphone; (4) and (5) delegates chatting; and (6) speaker.

James G. Gardiner fonds

  • F 65
  • Fonds
  • 1893-1961

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by the Rt. Hon. James G. Gardiner from 1914 to 1958 during his political career as the Liberal Party Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan for the North Qu'Appelle (1914-1934) and Melville (1934-1935) constituencies, provincial Minister of Highways (1922-1926); Premier of Saskatchewan (1926-1929, 1934-1935); Leader of the Opposition (1929-1934); Member of Parliament for the Assiniboia (1936-1940) and Melville (1940-1958) constituencies, federal Minister of Agriculture (1935-1957), and as a member of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party and the Liberal Party of Canada. The fonds also consists of personal and family records from 1896 to 1962.

This fonds contains public, political and private records.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds. Headings used for descriptions completed for GR 4-1 are: Early Papers, 1910-1913; Member of the Legislative Assembly, 1914-1922; Minister of Highways, 1922-1926; Premier of Saskatchewan, 1926-1929; Leader of the Opposition, 1929-1934; Premier of Saskatchewan, 1934-1935; Minister of Agriculture, 1935-1957; Rt. Hon. J.G. Gardiner, 1957-1962; Personal and Family, 1909-1962 [see GR 4-2]; Political Party Publications, 1896-1962; Miscellaneous Pamphlets and Publications, 1914-1961; and Clippings, 1916-1958.

The types of records included are: correspondence; addresses; publications; reports; newspaper clippings; pamphlets; certificates; programmes; invitations; notebooks; maps; posters; and photographs and negatives.

Gardiner, James G., 1883-1962

Labour-Progressive Party clippings

Compilation of clippings taken from issues of The Leader-Post and the Regina Daily Star pertaining to Labour-Progressive Party (forerunner of the Communist Party) activity in Regina, and opposition thereof, leading up to the 1936 Regina civic election and the 1938 Saskatchewan general election. Articles include, "Bitter Attack on Communists by Regina's Mayor" (The Leader-Post, Regina, morning, Nov. 18, 1936); "Urges Skunk be Used for Party Symbol" (Regina Daily Star, June 7, 1938); "McManus Disappointed with Ellison" (The Leader-Post, evening, April 25, 1938); "Ellison Attacks Reds and Runs in Regina as Straight Laborite" (The Leader-Post, evening, April 23, 1938); and "Cheers for Mayor as Leftists Boo" (The Leader-Post, evening, May 28, 1938).

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 1 to 15

No. 1: Booklet entitled Facts: A Record of Wise, Progressive Administration, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1938. 30 p.

No. 2: Article entitled How I Boxed the Compass: An Autobiographical Serial on the Saskatchewan School Question by F.W.G. Haultain. 1905. 1 p.

No. 3: Booklet entitled Debt Adjustment: The Liberal Record, published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. ca. 1938. 12 p.

Nos. 4 to 5: Campaign leaflets issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 1938.

No. 6: Booklet entitled Saskatchewan's Position: The Liberal Record and What Other Parties Propose, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 1938. 16 p.

Nos.7 to 8: Campaign leaflets issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 1934.

No. 9: Leaflet entitled Supplementary Platform Resolutions of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party Adopted by the Council of the Party, January 9-11,1934. Relates to debt adjustment. 1 p.

No. 10: Leaflet regarding Saskatchewan's public debt issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934. 4 p.

No. 11: Leaflet containing speech of J.G. Gardiner, Leader of the Liberal Party in Saskatchewan, during the Budget debate regarding Saskatchewan highways. 1934. 4 p.

Nos. 12 to 15: Campaign leaflets issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 1934.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 106 to 120

No. 106: A Liberal campaign leaflet making reference to C.C.F. and Anderson Government. 1934. 1p

No. 107: Pamphlet entitled Who Built the Highways of Saskatchewan? Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934. 8 p.

No. 108: Campaign leaflet entitled Make Jobs By Voting Liberal, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934. 2 p.

No. 109: Liberal campaign leaflet, Man Is A Social Being. Issued by Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934? 2 p.

No. 110: Liberal campaign leaflet entitled Wild Extravagance of the Anderson Government, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934. 2 p.

No. 111: Pamphlet entitled Anderson Plays Politics With Belief, issued by Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934. 6 p.

No. 112: An article entitled Saskatchewan's Popular Tough Line by Shaun Herron. Reprinted from the Free Press Weekly of June 12, 1971. Authorized by the Saskatchewan Liberal Party. 1971. 1 p.

No. 113: Pamphlet entitled, Vote Hon. Gordon Grant, issued by Regina Whitmore Park Liberal Association, June 23, 1971. 8 p.

No. 114: Pamphlet entitled Life With Don McPherson: Involved, Concerned, Committed. June 23, 1971. 4 p.

No. 115: Pamphlet entitled The Liberal Program. 1971. 4 p.

No. 116: Pamphlet entitled This is the Pulp mill the Liberals promised, This is the pulp mill the NDP promised. 1971. 6 p.

No. 117: Liberal campaign leaflet entitled Rehabilitation and Re-establishment. 1938. 2 p.

No. 118: A booklet entitled Constitution of the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. ca. 1931. 6 p.

No. 119: Pamphlet entitled Manifesto and Platform Saskatchewan Conservative Party (1929). Reprinted 1934. 8 p.

No. 120: Pamphlet entitled Dave Bouchard, a fresh approach to politics. Authorized by Regina Lake Centre Liberal Association. 1974. 4 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 121 to 135

No. 121: Leaflet entitled European countries are willing to trade; The Liberal Party is willing to trade; Trade will bring dollar wheat. 1935. 2 p.

No. 122: Three copies of a pamphlet entitled Facts, regarding wheat grading, freight rates, Hudson Bay Railway, Canadian finance, Canadian trade, tariff, wheat marketing. 1930? 8 p.

No. 123: Leaflet entitled Things a Man Can Be Sent to Gaol for, regarding sections of the Criminal Code and the Marketing Act. Authorized by the Weyburn Liberal Association. 1935? 1 p.

No. 124: Pamphlet entitled Black Stem Rust Conquered, Credit for this is due to Hon. Dr. W. R. Motherwell while Minister of Agriculture in the Liberal Government. Authorized by the Melville Liberal Association. 1935? 4 p.

No. 125: Leaflet entitled Board Proposed Higher Minimum Price for Wheat. Canadian Press Despatch from Montreal, reprinted as it appeared in The Moose Jaw Times-Herald, on October 3, 1935. 1 p.

No. 126: Liberal campaign pamphlet for Jack Knowles, Garnet Menzies, Harry Walker. 1952. 4 p.

No. 127: Pamphlet entitled Take Politics and Fear Out of the Civil Service. Campaign pamphlet for Jack Knowles, Garnet Menzies and Harry Walker. 1952. 4 p.

No. 128: Leaflet showing a sample ballot, issued by the Regina Liberal Association. 1952. 1 p.

No.129: Pamphlet entitled A New Deal For Regina. Authorized by the Regina Liberal Co-ordinating Council. Includes information on campaigners: Ron Atchison, Gordon Grant, Alex S. Cochrane, Mrs. Betty Sear, Paul Dojack, and J. Walter Erb. 1964. 6 p.

No. 130: Campaign leaflet entitled Be Sure of a Change, Vote 4 Liberals, Adams, Collins, Johnson, Sherman. Issued by the Regina Liberal Association, 1960. 2 p.

No. 131: Campaign leaflet for two Regina West Liberal candidates Alex Cochrane and Betty Sear. 1964. 4 p.

No. 132: Leaflet entitled Flash! Guard Your Vote, issued by the Regina Liberal Association. 1952. 1 p.

No. 133: Voting poll card encouraging to vote Liberal for Regina West candidates, Alex Cochrane and Betty Sear on April 22. 1952. 2 p.

No. 134: Pamphlet entitled Let's Go! Vote Liberal. Why an Election on June 11?. Includes information on Liberal candidates Jack Knowles, Garnet Menzies, Harry Walker. Two CCF cartoons on page 4. Published by the Regina Liberal Association. 1952. 4 p.

No. 135: Booklet entitled Social Credit in Alberta. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 1938. 16 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 136 to 150

No. 136: Leaflet entitled Communism is the Threat, Remember Aberhart Takes Seven Per Cent of All Your Produce! If You Don't Want It, Vote Liberal. 1938. 2 p.

No. 137: Three pamphlets in the Ukrainian language published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1938? 4 p., 16 p., 16 p.

No. 138: A typewritten article entitled The Saskatchewan Liberal Machine before 1929, by Escott Reid. Published in The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, February, 1936. 9 p.

No. 139: Booklet entitled A New Direction, Saskatchewan Liberal Statement of Policy '75. Includes a message from Dave Steuart. Published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1975. 13 p.

No. 140: Pamphlet entitled A New Direction, Saskatchewan Liberal Statement of Policy '75. 1975. 4 p.

No. 141: Campaign pamphlet for Les Hammond, Liberal candidate for Regina Centre.1975. 6 p.

No. 142: Campaign pamphlet for Liberal candidate of Regina South, Stuart Cameron. 1975. 6 p.

No. 143: A leaflet entitled Wondering Where to Vote? Authorized by the Regina South Liberal Association. 1975. 4 p.

No. 144: Newsletter to Lakeview constituents from Ted Malone, M.L.A., dated May 1, 1975. 2 p.

No. 145: Campaign pamphlet for Regina South Liberal candidate, Stuart Cameron. 1975. 4 p.

No. 146: Newsletter from Stuart Cameron, Regina South Liberal candidate. 1975. 2 p.

No. 147: Newsletter entitled Good News for Tenants, from Regina South Liberal candidate, Stuart Cameron. 1975. 1 p.

No. 148: Newsletter to Lakeview constituents from Ted Malone, Liberal candidate for Regina Lakeview. 1975. 5 p.

No. 149: Campaign pamphlet for Liberal candidate Ted Malone, Regina Lakeview. 1975. 4 p.

No. 150: Booklet containing Constitution of the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 1931. 6 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 151 to 170

No. 151: Bound collection of Saskatchewan and Federal Liberal Party pamphlets. [1930s]

No. 152: Typewritten article entitled Proposed Management - Labour Code, taken from the New York Times, March 29, 1945. 1945? 2 p.

No. 153: Pamphlet entitled Taxation (under the CCF), published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1952. 6 p.

No. 154: Pamphlet entitled Agriculture, published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1952. 6 p.

No. 155: Leaflet entitled Public Debt, published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1952. 2 p.

No. 156: Pamphlet entitled Industrial Development, published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1952. 6 p.

No. 157: Bill No. 75 of 1978. Part of a newsletter to constituents by Ted Malone. 1978. 1 p.

No. 158: A letter from Ted Malone, MLA Regina Lakeview, written to Ms. Huber, dated October 10, 1978. 1 p.

No. 159: A letter to Regina South constituents from Liberal candidate Phil Desjardine. 1978. 1 p.

No. 160: Campaign pamphlet for Ted Malone, Liberal candidate for Regina Lakeview. 1978. 8 p.

No. 161: A campaign leaflet for Phil Desjardine, Liberal candidate for the Regina South Constituency. 1978. 1 p.

No. 162: Campaign leaflet entitled Phil Desjardine on the Issues. Phil Desjardine Regina South Liberal. 1978. 1 p.

No. 163: Campaign pamphlet for Phil Desjardine, Regina South Liberal candidate. 1978. 4 p.

No. 164: An invitation issued by Saskatchewan Liberal leader Ted Malone saying, Please come to a Giant Welcome Home Ted Coffee Party. 1978. 1 p.

No. 165: Pamphlet entitled Guaranteeing the Rights of the Majority, A Bold New Approach to Government. Issued by Saskatchewan Liberal Party. 1978. 8 p.

No. 166: Leaflet entitled Duane Koch Liberal Candidate for Regina Wascana Talks About Splitting the Vote. 1978. 1 p.

No. 167: Card entitled Tony Merchant Wants Your Vote, issued by Regina Wascana Liberal Association. 1975. 1 p.

No. 168: Leaflet issued by Liberal candidate Tony Merchant entitled Remember Your Picnic Next Monday. 1975. 1 p.

No. 169: Campaign leaflet for Tony Merchant, Regina East Liberal candidate, issued by the Tony Merchant Committee. ca. 1979. 4 p.

No. 170: Campaign Pamphlet entitled Tony Merchant is Worth Your Financial Help. ca. 1979. 4 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 16 to 30

No. 16: Campaign leaflet entitled A Merciless Mess of Mismanagement and the Way Out, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934. 6 p.

No. 17: French and English versions of campaign booklet issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934. Includes brief information regarding Saskatchewan's public debt; freight rates; field relief staff; farm implements; debt adjustment; and taxes.

Nos. 18 to 21: Campaign leaflets issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934.

Nos. 22 to 25: Leaflets issued by the Battlefords Liberal Association regarding Liberal and CCF war policy. 1940.

No. 26: Booklet entitled Extracts from The Regina Leader's Report of an Address by the Hon. Walter Scott, Premier of Saskatchewan, delivered at Herbert, July 7, 1910. Address relates to education in Saskatchewan. 10 p.

No. 27: Booklet entitled Radio Addresses on Rowell-Sirois Report, delivered by Hon. W. J. Patterson, Premier of Saskatchewan. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1941. 20 p.

No. 28: Leaflet entitled Do Not Give Up the Title to Your Home. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1944. 8 p.

No. 29: Booklet entitled Election Manifesto by the Government of Saskatchewan, May 16, 1944. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 16 p.

No. 30: Booklet entitled Facts: A Record Which is a Challenge. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1944. 48 p.

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