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Western Canadian Politics: The Radical Tradition

First edition of publication edited by Donald C. Kerr; published by NeWest Institute for Western Canadian Studies Inc. and distributed by NeWest Press in Edmonton, Alberta. Publication consists of essays, memoirs and commentaries on radical social and political movements written by various activists and academics along with biographical sketches of the contributors. The material was originally presented at a conference on The Radical Tradition in Western Canadian Politics held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on September 29 and 30, 1979.

Walter Scott fonds

  • F 683
  • Fonds
  • 1887-1937, 1994 (predominant: 1903-1916)

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by the Hon. Walter Scott from 1900 to 1916 during his political career in the North-West Territories as the Liberal Party member of the House of Commons for the Assiniboia West constituency (1900-1905); and in Saskatchewan as Premier and President of the Executive Council (1905-1916); Commissioner of Public Works (1905-1909); Commissioner of Railways (1906-1908); Municipal Commissioner (1908-1909); Minister of Municipal Affairs (1909-1910); Minister of Public Works (1909-1912); and Minister of Education (1912-1916); as the Member of the Legislative Assembly for the Lumsden (1905-1908) and Swift Current (1908-1917) constituencies; and as a member of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party. The fonds also consists of personal records from 1887 to 1937.

This fonds also includes a small volume of records created and accumulated by Scott's half-brother John Adam McDonald, his niece Helene Giffen and his great-nephew Bill Giffen.

This fonds contains public, private and political records.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds. Headings used for descriptions completed for GS 38 are: General, 1887-1929; Telegraph Books, 1903-1905 and Correspondence Scrapbooks, 1905, 1912; Personal, 1902-1916; Premier's Subject Files, 1905-1916; Dominion Government Departments; Subject Files After 1916; Business Papers; Personal Accounts, 1906-1921; Autobiography; Miscellaneous Political Material; Pocket Notebooks, Diaries and Daily Journals; Newspaper Clippings, 1896-1921; Pamphlets, Travel Folders and Miscellaneous Publications; Souvenirs and Photographs; and Printed Enclosures.

The types of records included are correspondence; memoranda; publications; speaking notes; newspaper clippings; reports; petitions; resolutions; scrapbooks; notebooks; diaries; journals; financial records; pamphlets; photographs; negatives; telegraph books; posters; maps; travel folders; invitations; calling cards; programmes; objects; and watercolours.

Scott, Thomas Walter, 1867-1938

W.S. Lloyd fonds

  • F 131
  • Fonds
  • 1938-1972 (predominant: 1944-1964)

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by W.S. Lloyd from 1944 to 1971 during his political career as Minister of Education (1944-1960); Minister in Charge of Libraries and the Saskatchewan Archives Board (1948-1960); Chairman of the Saskatchewan Research Council (1947-1960); Minister in Charge of the Public Service Commission (1952-1961); Minister in Charge of the Board for the Centre for Community Studies (1957-1960); Provincial Treasurer (1960-1961); Minister in Charge of the Highway Traffic Board (1960-1961); Minister in Charge of Taxation Branch (1960-1961); Minister in Charge of Queen's Printer and Saskatchewan Government Printing Office (1960-1961); Minister in Charge of Saskatchewan Government Purchasing Agency (1960-1961); Minister in Charge of Government Finance Office (1960-1961); Premier of Saskatchewan (1961-1964); Leader of the Opposition (1964-1970); and as the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Member of the Legislative Assembly for Biggar (1944-1967) and the New Democratic Party Member of the Legislative Assembly for Biggar (1967-1971).

This fonds also consists of correspondence written by Lloyd from Bangkok, Thailand to recipients in Saskatchewan in March 1972.

This fonds contains public, political and private records.

Records described in old guide GR 101 were originally arranged into ten collections: Cabinet Secretary Files (R-61.1); Crown Corporations (R-61.2); Personal (Ministerial) Papers - Minister of Education (R-61.3); Premier's Papers (R-61.4); Personal (Ministerial) Papers - Provincial Treasurer (R-61.5); Economic Advisory and Planning Board Files (R-61.6); Miscellaneous Files (R-61.7); Leader of the Opposition Files (R-61.8). Two additional collections were not described in old guide GR 101: Cabinet Documents and Memoranda (R-61.9); and Index Files (R-61.10).

Records created and accumulated by T.K. Shoyama as secretary of the Economic Advisory and Planning Board are included in the fonds.

The types of records included are correspondence; memoranda; briefing notes; itineraries; speeches; minutes and agendas; publications; reports; speaking notes; press releases; newspaper clippings; petitions; legislation; certificates; audio reels; and photographs and negatives.

Lloyd, Woodrow Stanley, 1913-1972

W.J. Patterson fonds

  • F 63
  • Fonds
  • 1901-1987 (predominant: 1935-1958)

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by W.J. Patterson from 1901 to 1976 during his professional career, most notably as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for Pipestone (1921-1934) and Cannington (1934-1949), as Premier of Saskatchewan (1935-1944), as Leader of the Opposition (1944 to 1946) and as Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan (1951-1958).

The fonds also includes a small volume of records accumulated between 1937 and 1987 by W.J. Patterson's wife Florence. These records include a visitor's register from a wedding reception held in her honour, correspondence received after the death of W.J. Patterson, invitations for events held by the Government of Saskatchewan, and vital statistics documents.

This fonds includes public and private records.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds.

The types of records included are: speeches; diaries; newspaper clippings; correspondence; invitations; programmes; birth and marriage certificates; publications; certificates; passports; maps; and a visitor's register.

Patterson, William John, 1886-1976

United Reform Movement

  • Clippings File - United Reform Movement
  • Item
  • 1945 or before

A leaflet giving notice of a public meeting for the United Reform Movement with speakers Agnes Macphail: United Reform Canadidate, Dorise W. Nielsen: North Battleford, and T. C. Douglas, M.P.: Weyburn. [before 1945].

Tucker or Tyranny: The 1948 Saskatchewan Election

Photocopy of Honours thesis written by Paula Rein of Regina, Saskatchewan for History 498-9, University of Regina. The paper relates to the 1948 provincial general election campaigns of T.C. Douglas, leader of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and Premier of Saskatchewan, and Walter Tucker, leader of the Liberal Party.

Thunder Creek Nomination

Side 1: Candidates speak at the Thunder Creek nomination meeting in Moose Jaw.
Side 2: Continuation of side 1. Speech given by Lorne Hepworth, Minister of Agriculture, concerning agriculture issues, Saskatchewan economy, P.C. government.

Thomas, Lewis H.

Copy of typewritten paper entitled The C.C.F. Victory in Saskatchewan, 1944. Presented by Lewis H. Thomas to the Canadian Historical Association annual meeting in Saskatoon.

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