Saskatchewan. Department of Municipal Affairs

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Banquet - John McIntosh

Men and women seated at the head table of a banquet in honour of retiring Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs, John McIntosh. Banquet held in Prairie Lily Cafe, Administration Building. Left to right: G. F. Dawson, Administrative Officer and wife, Mrs. Dawson; Hon. L.F. McIntosh, Minister of Municipal Affairs, and Mrs. McIntosh; Mr. John McIntosh, Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs (retiring) and Mrs. John McIntosh; Mr. L. Jacobs, Director of Municipal Accounting, Auditing and Inspections and his wife, Mrs. Jacobs.

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Biog. - Jacobs, Louis

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Jacobs, Louis
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  • 1960

Article called, "Lou Jacobs Retires After 30 Years in Gov't Service," Leader-Post, Regina, December 21, 1960. 1 p.

"Biography of Louis Jacobs, F.C.A.", who was born in 1894 and was a long-time public servant of the government of Saskatchewan. 4 p.

Biog. - Langley, George

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Langley, George
  • Item
  • 1933 or after

Copy of biographical information on George Langley, a farmer and politician in Saskatchewan. Creator and date unknown.

Biog. - McConnell, Howard

  • Clippings File - Biog. - McConnell, Howard
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  • 1957-02-12

The Leader-Post, Regina obituary for Howard McConnell, who served as Minister of Municipal Affairs from 1929 to 1934.

Brockelbank, John Hewgill

  • R-907.1
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  • 1948-1956

Records relating to John H. Brockelbank's career as Opposition MLA and as Minister of Municipal Affairs.

Brockelbank, John Hewgill

  • R-907.4
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  • 1944-1948

Records created, accumulated and used by John H. Brockelbank as Minister of Municipal Affairs.

D.W. Grant speech

Text of a speech presented by D.W. Grant of the Saskatchewan Department of Municipal Affairs at the superannuation banquet for Murdo Cameron, held February 8, 1934. Davis provides a history of the Department of Municipal affairs, and a summary of Cameron's career with the Government of Saskatchewan. Cameron, first appointed as Official Auditor in 1906, was Chairman of the Deparment's Assessment Commission at the time of his retirement.

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