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Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 191 to 210

No. 191: A newspaper article regarding Premier Ross Thatcher, entitled How a Very Alert Premier Got a $65 Million Plum, issued in The Winnipeg Tribune, January 29, 1966. 1 p.

No. 192: Bulletin regarding prices of farm implements, issued by the Saskatchewan Federal Liberal Association. 1925. 1 p.

No. 193: A form from the Tony Merchant Campaign Committee regarding solicitation for funds. 1979. 1 p.

No. 194: Campaign letter to constituents of Tony Merchant. 1978. 1 p.

No. 195: Campaign leaflet entitled C.C.F. Land Policy Is Just The Same As It Was In 1934. Vote Liberal. 1939? 2 p.

No. 196: Booklet entitled Debt Adjustment, The Liberal Policy. 1935? 12 p.

No. 197: Booklet entitled For the Guidance of Scrutineers, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina, Saskatchewan. [193-?]. 8 p.

No. 198: Leaflet entitled The Liberal Government will look after every man, woman and child, Vote Liberal. [193-?]. 2 p.

No. 199: Leaflet entitled Conservatives curtailed your markets, the C.C.F. will destroy your markets, Liberals will increase your markets. Vote Liberal. [193-?]. 1 p.

No. 200: Leaflet entitled Help Yourself, regarding railway employment at low ebb for three years. Printed in 1934 by Commercial Printers, Ltd. Regina for Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1934. 1 p.

No. 201: Leaflet entitled Why?. Published by Kinistino Liberal Association. [193-?]. 1 p.

No. 202: Leaflet entitled Unemployment. Vote Liberal for Gardiner and Good Government. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. ca. 1934. 2 p.

No. 203: Saskatchewan Liberal Association campaign leaflet regarding C.C.F. debt adjustment plan in comparison to the Liberal debt adjustment plan. 193-? 1 p.

No. 204: Liberal party campaign leaflet regarding expectant mothers receiving maternity grants from Liberal government but not from the Anderson Government. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. ca. 1932. 2 p.

No. 205: Leaflet entitled Some Facts, issued by the Kinistino Liberal Association. ca. 1933. 1 p.

No. 206: Leaflet entitled No man has a right ot Millions while others starve. Vote Liberal. 193-?. 2 p.

No. 207: Liberal campaign pamphlet written in the french language. 193-?. 4 p.

No. 208: Leaflet entitled Get A Job, Liberals Only Need Apply, See B.J. (Big Job) McDaniel, Saskatchewan For The Liberals. 193-? 1 p.

No. 209: Campaign leaflet for Stuart Cameron, Liberal candidate for Regina West. ca. 1978. 6 p.

No. 210: Typewritten report entitled Liberal Policy Prevents Profiteering, issued by the Saskatoon Liberal Association. ca. 1944. 5 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 211 to 220

No. 212: Leaflet entitled The Liberal Platform, published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina, Saskatchewan. 196-?. 1 p.

No. 213: Pamphlet entitled Another Chance For Prosperity. 196-?. 5 p.

No. 214: Pamphlet entitled Why Vote Liberal. 1964? 7 p.

No. 215: Booklet containing Report of the Saskatchewan Provincial Liberal Convention held at Saskatoon, November 25 and 26, 1954. A. H. McDonald, leader of the Liberal Party in Saskatchewan, pictured on the front cover. Published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1954. 20 p.

No. 216: An address given by Premier W. Ross Thatcher at the Saskatchewan Provincial Liberal Convention, December 3, 1965. 19 p.

No. 217: Programme for the Saskatoon Women's Liberal Club meeting, 1939-40.

No. 218: Invitation to the 30th Anniversary year celebration of the Saskatoon Women's Liberal Association, April 7, 1953. 1 p.

No. 219: Saskatchewan Women's Liberal Association Newsletter, Wynyard, Saskatchewan, September 1969. 4 p.

No. 220: Booklet entitled The Saskatchewan Handbook 1925: Aims and Achievements of the Saskatchewan Provincial Government. 45 p. The booklet includes information relating to agricultural activities; education; Farm Loans Board; highways; care of insane and infirm; the Liquor Commission; public health; telephone service; and social services.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 31 to 45

No. 31: Handbook for Speakers, originally issued by the Farmer-Labor Group in 1933, and reproduced by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association in 1943.

No. 32: Leaflet regarding public health issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1944. 8 p.

No. 33: Booklet entitled Review of Legislation and Summary of Activities of 1944 Session, Legislature of Saskatchewan. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1944. 16 p.

No. 34: Campaign leaflet entitled C.C.F. Stands for Socialism, issued by the North Battleford Liberal Association. ca. 1940. 1 p.

No. 35: Booklet entitled Election Manifesto by the Government of Saskatchewan, May 16, 1938, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 12 p.

Nos. 36 to 37: Campaign leaflets issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. ca. 1938.

No. 38: Leaflet entitled Education: The Liberal Party's Record and Its Programme, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1938. 4 p.

No. 39: Booklet entitled Introducing Al Sask: The little man, who after six years in the service, comes home to Saskatchewan and a C.C.F. Government. Consists of cartoons by D.L. Rodger of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1948? 16 p.

No. 40: Pamphlet entitled The Liberal Program, published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1948.

No. 41: Leaflet entitled Pensions for Everybody, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina. 1948. 4 p.

No. 42: Campaign leaflet issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1948. 1 p.

No. 43: Campaign pamphlet for Sid Buckwold, Liberal candidate in Saskatoon, issued by the Saskatoon Liberal Association. 1963?

No. 44: Booklet entitled Splendid Lands Bargain. ca. 1905. 15 p.

No. 45: Leaflet entitled Scott's Education Pledge, with statements by Walter Scott and F.W.G. Haultain. 1905?. 1 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 46 to 60

No. 46: Leaflet entitled The School Question in the New Provinces, by J.A. Calder, Formerly Deputy Commissioner of Education for the North-West Territories. 1905. 16 p.

No. 47: Leaflet containing message dated December 2, 1905 from Walter Scott to the electors of Saskatchewan. 4 p.

No. 48: Leaflet entitled Railway Competition for Saskatchewan vs. C.P.R. Monopoly: Scott Stands for the Former, Haultain Stands for the Latter. 1905. 8 p.

No. 49: Campaign leaflet for Liberal candidate Walter Scott. 1905. 4 p.

No. 50: Leaflet containing a message dated October 10, 1905 from J.A. Calder to James Hawkes of Balgonie, Saskatchewan regarding the school system.

No. 51: Leaflet in newspaper format entitled Points for Provincial Electors By the West, For the West. 1908?. 4 p.

No. 52: Leaflet entitled Not An Issue of Schools But of Veracity. 1905. 4 p.

No. 53: German and English versions of leaflet entitled The Liberal Platform Adopted by the Regina Liberal Convention, Regina, August 16, 1905.

No. 54: Leaflet in German language regarding railway policy. 1905. 1 p.

No. 55: Letter dated August 21, 1905 from Walter Scott to his constituents. 1905. 2 p.

No. 56: Leaflet containing message dated September 27, 1905 from Walter Scott regarding his selection as leader. 1905. 4 p.

No. 57: Leaflet entitled The Capital Advance Incident. 1905. 3 p.

No. 58: Leaflet containing letter dated October 9, 1905 from J.A. Calder to the electors of South Regina. 4 p.

No. 59: Article entitled The C.P.R.'s Last Desperate Attempt to Retain Its Monopoly. Reprinted from The Manitoba Free Press. 1905. 1 p.

No. 60: Booklet entitled C.P.R. Tax Exemptions. 1905. 16 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 61 to 79

No. 61: Leaflet containing message from Hon. Walter Scott to the electors of Saskatchewan. 1905. 4 p. bottom portion is ripped off.

No. 62: A pamphlet containing statement by Premier Scott about Parliament Buildings Contract. 1908. 4 p.

No. 63: Railway, Map of Saskatchewan showing existing railway lines, lines aided by Dominion of Canada at request of Scott Government, and lines urgently required that must be provided for. [1908]. 1 p.

No. 64: Poster with information on the Scott Government's progressive telelphone policy, including a map showing the proposed long distance telephone lines throughout Saskatchewan. [1908]. 1 p.

No. 65: A publication entitled The Scott Government's Record: An Outline of Saskatchewan Liberalism and Progress. 1908. 46 p.

No. 66: A booklet entitled The Supplementary Revenue Act: Facts vs. Misrepresentations. 1908. 12 p.

No. 67: A speech given by Premier Scott at Rosthern on August 26, 1908 during the Saskatchewan Provincial Election Campaign of 1908. 12 p.

No. 68: Campaign leaflet, It's Time For A Change!, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Party. ca. 1917. 1 p.

No. 69: Campaign leaflet issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Party, entitled Graft!. ca. 1917. 1 p.

No. 70: Campaign leaflet, Electors! Liberal or Conservative - Which?, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Party. ca. 1917. 1 p.

No. 71: Booklet entitled Platform Resolutions of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party adopted at Provincial Liberal Convention held at Moose Jaw, June 15-16, 1931. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina, SK. 1931. 20 p.

No. 72: A publication entitled The School Question in Saskatchewan: Addresses delivered in the Saskatchewan Legislature During the Session of 1928-29 by J. G. Gardiner, J. M. Uhrich, and T. C. Davis. Published by the authority of the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1929. 56 p.

No. 73: A booklet entitled, Socialism: Analyzed and Historically Reviewed by G. G. McGeer. The booklet contains a reprint of a radio address delivered by G. G. McGeer, M.P. for Vancouver-Burrard. 1943. 10 p.

No. 74: A booklet containing a speech delivered by Hon. T. C. Davis at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, November 19, 1937. 24 p.

No. 75: A booklet entitled The Liberal Platform Adopted by the Saskatchewan Liberal Convention, Regina, August 16, 1905. ca. 1905. 8 p.

No. 76: Liberal candidate Frank N. Darke campaign leaflet entitled Liberalism, What It Is, What It Has Done, and What It Stands For. Published by the Regina Federal Liberal Association Publicity Committee. 1925. 4 p.

No. 77: The September 19, 1935 and Oct. 10, 1935 issues of The Saskatchewan Liberal, published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Company, Limited. 1935. 8 p. each.

No. 78: A pamphlet entitled Practice and Policy of Two Governments Compared. Published by authority of the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. ca. 1934. 8 p.

No. 79: A pamphlet entitled, Education: The Liberal Party's Record and the Party's Programme for the Future. 1944. 8 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 80 to 90

No. 80: Leaflet entitled Oil and Uranium Deals, containing a radio address by Alex Cameron, M.L.A. for Maple Creek Constituency. ca. 1950. 4 p.

No. 81: Leaflet, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, with cartoons lampooning T.C. Douglas and C.M. Fines. 194-?. 1 p.

No. 82: Leaflet issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association regarding Alexander Hamilton McDonald, leader of the Liberal Party in Saskatchewan. ca. 1955. 4 p.

No. 83: Two copies of a pamphlet entitled The Liberal Four-Year Program, broadcast by A.H. McDonald, Saskatchewan Liberal Leader. April 11, 1956. 4 p.

No. 84: A card regarding Liberalism: Saskatchewan Liberal's four-year program, issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1956.

No. 85: A booklet entitled Report of the Saskatchewan Provincial Liberal Convention held in Saskatoon, August 5 and 6, 1946 and Platform Resolutions adopted by the Saskatchewan Liberal Party. Published by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 1946. 31 p.

No. 86: A pamphlet entitled Free Enterprise containing a radio broadcast by speakers J.D. Clare Thacker and Miss Molly Cruickshank, sponsored by the Saskatchewan Young Liberal Association. Series No. 2. ca. 1944. 4 p.

No. 87: A pamphlet entitled Free Enterprise containing a radio broadcast by speaker Johnnie Egnatoff. ca. 1944. 4 p.

No. 88: Campaign leaflet entitled Voters of Saltcoats Constituency Elect Your Own Representative, D.A. MacKenzie, Liberal Candidate. 2 copies. 1944. 4 p.

No. 89: Programme for a Liberal banquet held at Abernethy, December 13, 1907. 6 p.

No. 90: Menu for a dinner given by the Honourable Walter Scott, November 26, 1912. 2 p.

Liberal Party: Saskatchewan No. 91 to 105

No. 91: One sheet of lyrics for The Liberal Red, White and Blue campaign song. ca. 1908. 1 p.

No. 92: Menu for a Liberal convention banquet, March 29, 1917. Includes annotation which states, "first occasion in Canada in which women took an equal part with men", and it lists women's names. 2 p. 1917.

No. 93: Menu and programme for banquet tendered to the Honourable Walter Scott. June 21, 1907. 4p.

No. 94: Pamphlet entitled Hon. Walter Scott to the Electors of Saskatchewan. July 20, 1908. 4 p.

No. 95: Three ribbons worn by delegates and members of committee at the first provincial Liberal convention in Regina, Aug. 16, 1905 and by visitors of the 1917 convention. 1905, 1917.

No. 96: Letter of secretary to members of Regina Liberal Association regarding the annual meeting to be held November 20, 1903. 1903. 1 p.

No. 97: Pamphlet entitled Labour Should Not Be Made A Political Football. Regina's Three Liberal Candidates Jack Knowles, Garnet Menzies, Harry Walker. Issued by the Regina Liberal Association. 1952. 4 p.

No. 98: Programme for complimentary dinner tendered to Hon. Chas. A. Dunning, Hon. W.R. Motherwell, and F.N. Darke, October 29, 1926. 3 p. 1926.

No. 99: Campaign leaflet for Liberal candidate, Emmet A. McCusker. 1953. 4 p.

No. 100: Campaign leaflet entitled Know Your Liberal Candidate: Dr. E. A. McCusker. Issued by the Regina Liberal Association. 1953. 4 p.

No. 101: Campaign leaflet entitled The Joe Young Story: A Record of Service to the City of Regina. Issued by Regina Liberal Association. 1963. 4p.

No. 102: A pamphlet entitled Free Enterprise containing a radio broadcast by speakers J.D. Clare Thacker and Tom Mullock, sponsored by the Saskatchewan Young Liberal Association. Series No. 1. ca. 1944. 4 p

No. 103: A pamphlet entitled Free Enterprise containing a radio broadcast by speakers J.D. Clare Thacker and Lloyd Wray, sponsored by the Saskatchewan Young Liberal Association. Series No. 4. ca. 1944. 4 p

No. 104: A booklet entitled The C.C.F. Record In Saskatchewan Examined, by Walter Tucker, and comments by Winnipeg Free Press. Winnipeg Free Press pamphlet no. 27. Reprinted from the editorial pages of Winnipeg Free Press, October 1949. 195-?. 37 p.

No. 105: A booklet entitled For the Guidance of Saskatchewan Scrutineers at The Dominion Election, 1935. Issued by the Saskatchewan Liberal Association, Regina, Sask. 1935. 12 p.

Liberal party members

  • R-A10576 (1)-(3)
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  • 1960s

Unidentified man and maybe the secretary preparing the "Saskatchewan Liberal" for mailing.

Lynda Haverstock attends Liberal Party events

(1) Jean Chrétien speaks at a podium at a political event. Date and geographical location unknown.

(2) Lynda Haverstock stands with three unidentified women at the federal Liberal convention in Ottawa, Ontario, May 1994.

(3): Lynda Haverstock sits at a table with Marian Maloney standing behind her at the National Women's Liberal Commission on November 30, 1991.

(4)-(5): Lynda Haverstock attends the Saskatchewan-Manitoba Liberal Women's Retreat at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, September 22, 1990.

(6)-(8): Lynda Haverstock, leader of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party and Prime Minister of Canada Jean Chrétien meet in Ottawa, Ontario, 1995.

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