John W. Dafoe Family:

An Inventory of Their Papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Shauna Sanders and Lewis St. George Stubbs
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, MB
(1979; February 4, 2000)

Finding aid encoded by Allan Neyedly (March 2002)
Finding aid written in English.

Revision History

  • July 26, 2005 - MSS 3, PC 3, TC 89 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (sy2003-10-15).


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, MB

Creator:
John W. Dafoe Family

Title:
John W. Dafoe Family fonds

Dates:
1896-1944

Quantity:
2.5 m of textual records. -- 11 photographs. -- 2 reel-to-reel tapes.

MSS3, PC3, TC 89

Language
English.

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Biography of John W. Dafoe

John Wesley Dafoe was born March 8, 1866 in Combermere, in the Ottawa Valley. His parents, Calvin and Mary Dafoe, had moved there from Zion’s Hill, near Belleville, in 1865, to start homesteading. However, their farming efforts proved disappointing since the rocky soil made cultivation virtually impossible. Consequently, Calvin Dafoe became a lumberjack who spent the winter and spring felling trees and preparing them for the trip down the river, and the summer toiling to make his farmland productive. John Dafoe’s family was Methodist by religion and Conservative politically. John was always the “different” one in his family. Instead of being interested in the land and in farming, he preferred reading and studying. His mother, who was better educated than her husband and who had wanted very much to further her own education as a child, encouraged John to read and learn as much as possible. At age thirteen he was sent to Arnprior, Ontario to attend school. He returned two years later and started teaching at Bark Lake, fifteen miles from his parents’ homestead. While there, he became acquainted with the writings of Richard Cobden, John Bright and Sir Archibald Alison. The liberalism of Cobden and Bright, in marked contrast to Alison’s ultra-conservatism, was apparently a major factor in influencing his youthful decision to become the first Liberal in a family of firmly-entrenched Conservatives. Another factor in his decision may have been the agricultural platform of the Liberal party in the 1880s, which received strong support among the English-speaking Protestants of rural Canada.

In 1883, anxious to leave the backwoods of Bark Lake, John Dafoe took a job as a cub reporter under Hugh Graham of the Montreal Star. In 1884 he was sent to Ottawa as a parliamentary reporter, a job which he at first found difficult because he lacked first-hand information about the issues affecting the country at the time. Over the next two years, however, Dafoe learned a great deal about both Canada and journalism. At the same time, he made many life-long friends, including Sir Wilfred Laurier (1841-1919) and several other political figures of the day.

In December of 1885 Dafoe became editor of the Ottawa Evening Journal, but resigned six months later and moved west to Winnipeg to work as a reporter for the Manitoba Free Press. Dafoe so enjoyed the prairies that in 1888 he convinced his family to leave Combermere and move to Manitoba. They homesteaded on land near what is now Killarney. While in Winnipeg, Dafoe became steadily more aware of the problems facing the country. He seemed particularly concerned with the struggle to build more rail-lines to the south and west, and with the Manitoba Schools Question. Both of these issues were to be of some importance to him in later years.

In 1890 he married Alice Parmalee, whom he had met seven years earlier in Ottawa. The Dafoes would have seven children.

In 1892, he was offered , and accepted , the editorship of the Montreal Herald. While with the Herald, he considerably sharpened his editorial skills. He also became increasingly supportive of the Liberal party. After the Montreal Herald went bankrupt in 1895, Dafoe became editor of the Family Herald. He stayed there for the next six years, during which time its circulation doubled.

In 1898 Clifford Sifton (1861-1929), then Minister of the Interior in Laurier’s cabinet and a former Attorney-General of Manitoba, purchased the Manitoba Free Press. In searching for an editor, he had in mind someone who not only loved western Canada, but would also be a strong western spokesman for the Liberal party. Dafoe seemed the ideal candidate and was offered the position in 1901. Dafoe, then only thirty-five years of age, returned happily to Winnipeg to assume his new post, which he would fill with distinction for the next forty-two years.

As an editor without equal in Canada, Dafoe wrote tirelessly and became a prominent spokesman on a great number of issues relevant to the Canadian experience during the first half of the twentieth century. A biographical sketch such as this can only take note of some of his many concerns and convictions.

It might accurately be said that the one major concern of John W. Dafoe was Canadian nationalism. He very much wanted to see Canada assume its rightful place among the world’s community of nations. He repeatedly criticized Canada’s constitutional dependancy upon Britain and opposed the Alaska Boundary Settlement in 1903 with the United States, convinced that Britain had not negotiated in Canada’s best interests. Dafoe resented the fact that the Governors-General were all titled Britons and that the Canadian government had little, if any, opportunity to recommend Canadians for the position.

Dafoe was a staunch advocate of Liberal party politics, especially in his earlier years. He took particular delight in criticizing Conservative policies on both provincial and federal levels. His written attacks against the Conservatives in the 1903 provincial election were so acerbic that Rodmund Roblin (1853-1937), Premier of Manitoba at the time, brought a libel suit against him. This running feud between Roblin and Dafoe continued for many years. During the next three provincial elections, Dafoe continued to criticize Roblin and his fellow Conservatives. The 1911 election, waged mainly on the question of reciprocity, was won decisively by the Conservatives, in part because of their anti-reciprocity platform. During the provincial election of 1914, several charges were made in the Free Press about the Conservative government. Though Roblin and his Conservatives won by a narrow majority, two months later the government was forced to resign over charges of graft in the construction of the new Legislative Buildings. The Liberals formed the next government.

Although Dafoe understood that the circumstances leading to World War I represented a threat to freedom and democracy, he also realized that the war represented a threat to freedom and democracy, he also realized that the war represented an opportunity for Canada to participate in action which would assert its independent nationhood. With respect to Canada’s involvement in the war, Dafoe travelled to Ottawa to try to convince Prime Minister Robert Borden (1854-1937) of the necessity of conscription and of organizing a Union or bipartisan Government for the duration of the war. Partly as a result of these talks and partly because of his visit to England early in 1917, Borden introduced a Military Service bill and approached Laurier, Leader of the Opposition, about forming a Union Government. Laurier looked upon both of these issues with disfavour, not because he disapproved of Canada’s involvement in the war, but because he believed conscription would irreparably divide French and English Canada. It was due to these questions that Laurier split with Sifton, Dafoe and other English-speaking Liberals. Dafoe was convinced that the future of the country depended on the outcome of the war. To Dafoe, conscription would ensure high levels of enlistment, while a bipartisan government would establish much-needed unity amongst Canadians. In October 1917, a Union Government was established under Borden, with ten Liberals and thirteen Conservatives. Three weeks later a general election was called, with conscription being the major issue. As might be expected, Dafoe took a very active part in the campaign. Borden won the election, but lost all but three seats in Quebec. Within a year the war ended and Borden chose Dafoe to accompany him to London and Paris as a Press Officer to the Peace Conference. While Dafoe was in London, he continued to urge recognition of Canada as a responsible, self-reliant, independent member of the British Commonwealth - not a half colony. With Borden he tried to gain recognition of Canada’s right for self-determination. Murray Donnelly, in Dafoe of the Free Press stated, “he believed with his whole heart and mind that the harsh measure of conscription in 1917 had been justified, and that out of the crucible of war, out of a life-and-death struggle, Canada had found her place in the great allied group of free nations.”

With respect to post-war activities, Dafoe was a staunch supporter of the League of Nations and of Canada’s independent membership in the League. To Dafoe, the League would do much to renew the democratic process. He was highly critical of the French obsession with security and the American demand for reparations. Dafoe felt that there should be not only universal disarmament, but also international tariff reductions to help balance the world economy. He also urged that all war debts and reparations be cancelled. He feared that unless these ideas were implemented another war was inevitable.

During these years Dafoe attended several international conferences of major significance such as the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, and Imperial Press Conferences held in Australia in 1925, and Great Britain in 1930. At all these Conferences he supported every effort that would promote greater autonomy for the Dominion. Not surprisingly, he found the Statute of Westminster (1931) most satisfying, since it gave Canada almost total autonomy and, in effect, completed the development of her nationhood while keeping Canada within the Commonwealth.

During the years between the two wars, Dafoe involved himself in and wrote upon other issues and events central to Canada’s history. In 1919 he took a firm stand against the leaders of the Winnipeg General Strike. Later he helped found the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, which operated under the auspices of the Institute of Pacific Relations. In 1927 he delivered a series of lectures on Canada at the University of Chicago. In 1929, owing to the death of Sir Clifford Sifton, Dafoe became, in effect, publisher as well as editor of the Free Press The economic destitution of the depression of the 1930s, with all its tragic consequences, was a phenomenon Dafoe found as deeply troubling as it was inexplicable. After much study, he decided that economic nationalism, high tariffs and exorbitant reparation demands all contributed to the causes of the depression.

In 1937 the Federal Government established the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations to investigate the causes of and cures for the nation’s interprovincial problems. Dafoe sat on the Commission along with N. Rowell, J. Sirois, R. A. MacKay and H. F. Angus. After travelling across Canada for two years and receiving little co-operation, the Commission’s report was represented at the Dominion-Provincial Conference in January 1941. Though rejected at the time, many of its concepts have since been partially implemented, such as the federal government’s involvement in the health and hospital services area and various equalization payment programs with the provinces.

In the years before the outbreak of World War II, Dafoe tried repeatedly to warn the world of the risk, but this was a time of isolation and people seemed unaware of the danger. As it became increasingly apparent that Hitler entertained belligerent and imperialistic ambitions, a spontaneous isolationist movement sprang up in Canada. Like the United States, Canada did not want to become involved in another war, especially in light of the anarchy that seemed to be spreading universally. Dafoe, who had always been a staunch supporter of peace by international treaty and security pacts, and who believed in the peaceful settlement of disputes, was increasingly perturbed as events unfolded. With the outbreak of World War II, he responded with a profound sense of disappointment and disgust. Not surprised at the course of European events, Dafoe nonetheless condemned the war. Unlike his stand in World War I, Dafoe opposed Canada’s involvement and, up until his death, protested against what he considered to be the senseless loss of lives.

On January 9, 1944, at the age of seventy-seven, Dafoe died suddenly in Winnipeg. Few Canadians have been more widely known and respected both in Canada and throughout the world. He was a journalist/statesman of enduring stature, and a devoted husband and father. His advocacy of an independent Canada, equality within the Commonwealth, constitutional reform, free trade, international peace efforts and education have become well-known. Stubborn but true to his convictions, Dafoe opposed fascism, communism, colonialism and imperialism. He loved his family, his career, his city and his country, and brought to all of them a single-minded devotion that will be long remembered.

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

The John W. Dafoe Collection of his personal and political papers contains materials which give great insight into his life and thought. Included in the collection are diaries, correspondence, speeches, editorials, articles, memoranda, reports and newspaper clippings.

There are two diaries, one kept in 1919 while he attended the Paris Peace Conference and the other in 1923 while at the Imperial Conference. Both diaries abound with comments and reflections.

The most important and interesting part of the collection is the enormous amount of correspondence ranging from 1896 to 1944. On May 21, 1998 Archives & Special Collections acquired a second accrual from John W. Dafoe’s grandson Christopher. This acquisition filled one of the few gaps in the Collection as it contained lengthy correspondence between Dafoe and his wife Alice and to a lesser degree with his children between the years 1905-1942. They include letters home from the Paris Peace Conference, the various Imperial Press Conferences and the Rowell-Sirois Commission. Dafoe’s letters to his friends and associates are most complete after World War I. They include over two hundred correspondents from all over the world, from individuals involved in journalism, law, politics, business, teaching and banking. Most of his correspondence deals with public affairs, economic and political issues as well as international activities. Between 1896 and 1906, there is a series of letters between Dafoe and Sir Wilfred Laurier on the Manitoba Schools Question and the Manitoba Franchise Act. The Reciprocity Treaty of 1911 is discussed in letters between Dafoe and Sir Wilfred Laurier, Sir Clifford Sifton and Sydney Fisher. Dafoe pronounced his views on Laurier’s and Borden’s naval policies in letters to Laurier, Homer Greenwood, J. E. Atkinson and Arthur Hawkes. In 1917 Dafoe corresponded with W. A. Atkin, V. T. Bertram, J. A. Calder and Laurier about the formation of a Union Government. During the 1920s the progress of Dafoe’s thoughts about Canada’s claim to self-government is revealed in letters to Sifton, Loring Christie, O. D. Skelton, J. S. Ewart, Sir Robert Borden, Henri Bourassa, George M. Wrong and Hume Wrong.

The 1930s and the outbreak of the depression saw the election of the Conservative government under R. B. Bennett, and Dafoe’s thoughts of the events of the time can be seen in his correspondence with reporter Grant Dexter. Dafoe was concerned with the growth economic nationalism throughout Canada and the world, a concern he expressed in letters to J. M. Macdonnell, Harry Sifton, W. D. Gregory, Lord Beaverbrook and R.J. Deachman. He also opposed the scheme for railroad amalgamation, and letters expressing his views were exchanged with H. J. Symington, John Stevenson, Harry Sifton and T. B. Robertson. Dafoe also felt the need for the reinvigorating of the Liberal party, as was made clear in correspondence with Vincent Massey, Norman Lambert, Mackenzie King and Harry Sifton. In foreign affairs, his letters to Clifford Sifton, Duncan Hall, J. T. Shotwell, E. C. Carter, Lord Lothian, Sir A. Zimmern, F. T. Holgate, J. S. McLean and G. V. Ferguson reveal how critical he was of the appeasement policies of Britain and France. He discussed Canada’s participation in the war with G. V. Ferguson, Clifford Sifton, T. A. Crerar, Grant Dexter, Chester Bloom, J. T. Shotwell and B. K. Sandwell.

The great bulk of his personal and professional correspondence is included in the section of the collection entitled “Correspondence”. Correspondence pertaining to the Rowell-Sirois Commission, the Institute of Pacific Relations and other specific events is scattered throughout the rest of the collection. A full index to correspondents is provided.

Sixty-six speeches, mostly of a political nature, range in date from 1911 to 1943. These include speeches given at University Convocations, the League of Nations Society, Charactered Accountants’ conventions and various clubs and institutes. Topics range from “Canadian National Unity and the New Order”, to “The Modern Newspaper.”

There is also a collection of his writings, including his Free Press editorials from July to October of 1917, a number of handwritten notes on various topics and a series of newspaper, journal and magazine clippings.

Twenty-five memoranda, most of which deal with some phase of government life, are also included. These memoranda are not items of correspondence but are, rather, reports and research compilations on a variety of subjects. Running in date from 1892 to 1942, they bear such titles as titles as “Life in Washington”, “ The Covenant of the League of Nations”, “Memo of Suggested Plan for Dealing for Dealing with Railway Situation in Canada”, “The Coup d’Etat, “ A Foreign Policy for Canada” and “ Combined War Administration”.

Newspaper clippings about John Dafoe include reviews of his books: Over the Canadian Battlefields: Notes of a Little Journey in France in March, 1919 Toronto: Thomas Allen, c.1919),Clifford Sifton in Relation to His Times, Toronto: Macmillan, c.1931), and Canada: An American Nation (New York: Columbia University Press, c.1935). There are also a number of articles on Dafoe the man, the editor and the adviser of prime ministers.

A Testimonial Dinner was given in 1943 to celebrate Dafoe’s sixty years journalism. Of this dinner, the programme, seating arrangement, Dafoe’s speech, messages from absentees and numerous press clippings are found in the collection. His seventieth birthday celebrations are equally well documented.

Miscellaneous materials include pamphlets, a copy of a decree by King George V, three articles in various subjects, the Dafoe family tree reaching back six generations and a copy of 1955 MacLean’s “Flashback” on Dafoe. There is a signed document by U.S. President Herbert Hoover appointing Dafoe to an International Commission Re: Treaty of Reconciliation between the United States and Germany in the second accrual. The latter accrual also contains a two tape recording about Dafoe produced in Winnipeg by Ken Black and broadcast January 4, 1959.

Materials relevant to his death include memorials written by friends and peers, obituaries and letters about Dafoe, and a hand-written, semi-biographical sketch of Dafoe’s early years written by his sister, Mrs. E. Emerson. The second accrual contains condolence telegrams from MacKenzie King, Vincent Massey and Sir William Mulock to Alice Dafoe.

The photograph collection contains several photographs of the Rowell Sirois Commmission as well as several of John W. Dafoe.

The material consists of a two tape recording about Dafoe produced in Winnipeg by Ken Black and broadcast January 4, 1959.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 12 series

  • DIARIES, 1918-1923
  • CORRESPONDENCE, 1857-1948
  • ROWELL - SIROIS COMMISSION, 1933-1940
  • INSTITUTE OF PACIFIC RELATIONS, 1936-1939
  • IMPERIAL CONFERENCES, 1909-1937
  • PARIS PEACE TALKS, 1918-1919
  • “UNION NOW”, 1940
  • CANADIAN GENERAL COUNCIL OF BOY SCOUTS, 1935-1940
  • SPEECHES, 1911-1943
  • PUBLISHED WRITINGS, 1917-1976
  • HANDWRITTEN NOTES BY DAFOE 1930-1940
  • ASSORTED MATERIALS, 1916-1944
  • PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION (PC 3), 1925-1944
  • TAPE COLLECTION (TC 89), 1959

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No restrictions on the material.

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Related Papers

Mf. 15 Contains microfilm copies of Dafoe’s Free Press editorials between the years 1928-1944.

Ref. Z. 1385 .C35 Sir Clifford Sifton Papers on microfilm cabinets 58-59.

T.C. 74 Tapes 17-17r from the Sheila Rabinovitch Collection pertain to Dafoe.

Mss. 4 E. J. Tarr fond contains information about the Institute of Pacific Relations

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Detailed Description of the Collection

DIARIES, 1918-1923,

BoxFolder
11 A diary kept from November 28, 1918 to March 17, 1919.227 full, handwritten pages containing extensive personal observations of Dafoe’s trip overseas, his reaction to Europe in 1918-1919, and his coverage of the Paris Peace Talks. 1918-1919
1 A diary of political affairs and reflections kept in 1923 while Dafoe was in London for the Imperial Conference. 1923

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CORRESPONDENCE, 1857-1948,
1. Outgoing Correspondence Dafoe to his Wife and Family, 1905-1942
BoxFolder
201 Dafoe to his wife Alice, 1905-May 1909,

(7 items)

2 Dafoe to his wife Alice, June - Nov. 1909,

(20 items)

3 Dafoe to his wife Alice, 1916-1917,

(13 items)

4 Dafoe to his wife Alice and son Van, 1918,

(28 items)

5 Dafoe to his wife Alice, 1919-1920,

(16 items)

BoxFolder
211 Dafoe and his wife’s correspondence with children, 1923,

(4 items)

2 Dafoe’s correspondence with their children during Australian Tour, 1925,

(10 items)

3 Dafoe to his wife Alice, 1927-1929,

(21 items)

4 Dafoe to his wife Alice and daughter Marcella, 1930-1932,

(10 items)

5 Dafoe to his wife Alice, 1933-1934,

(13 items)

6 Dafoe to his wife Alice, 1935-1937,

(21 items)

BoxFolder
221 Dafoe to his wife Alice, Jan. - May 1938,

(25 items)

2 Dafoe to his wife and daughter Elizabeth, June - Oct. 1938,

(20 items)

3 Dafoe to his wife Alice and daughter Elizabeth, July - Sept. 1939,

(15 items)

4 Dafoe to his wife Alice, Nov. - Dec. 1939,

(28 items)

5 Dafoe to his wife and children, 1942,

(4 items)

2. Incoming correspondence, 1901-1939
BoxFolder
225A Alice to her husband 1901-1908
6 Alice to her husband, Nov. - Dec.1939,

(11 items)

3. Outgoing Correspondence (arranged alphabetically), 1910-1943,
BoxFolder
12 Abbott-Atkinson, 1929-1943,

(30 items)

Abbott, W. J.

Aiken, J. A.

Allen, G. W.

Allen, T.

Allin, C. D.

Amery, L. S.

Anderson, R. B.

Andrews, W. L.

Angus, H. F.

Archibald, E. J.

Armstrong, H. F. Arnold, G.

Astor, Viscount

Atkinson, J. E.

3 Baker-Bloom, 1917-1943,

(46 items)

Baker, N. D.

Baker, P. N.

Baldwin, J. R.

Banks, W.

Barrett, Sir J.

Bartram, V. T.

Beaton, A. H.

Beatty, Sir E. A.

Beaverbrook, Lord

Bell, A. J.

Bennett, R. B.

Bigger, O. M.

Birchall, F. T.

Bloom, C.

4 Bonham-Butler, 1936-1943,

(59 items)

Bonham, M. L.

Borden, Sir R.

Bourassa, H.

Bovey, W.

Bowman, C. A.

Bracken, J.

Brady, A.

Brebner, J. B.

Bridle, A.

Brierly, J. S.

Brown, E. K.

Brown, G. W.

Brown, J. T.

Bryson, L.

Buchan, J.

Buchanan, W. A.

Buck, P. H.

Bull, W. P.

Buller, A. H.

Burbridge, F. M.

Burchell, C. J.

Burt, A. L.

Burton, C.L.

Butler, H.B.

Butler, N. L.

5 Carter, E. C., 1916-1943,

(58 items)

6 Claxton-Cromie, 1917-1943,

(55 items)

Claxton, B.

Colquhoun, A. H.

Cote, T.

Craig, C. P.

Crerar, T. A.

Cromie, R.J.

7 Cameron-Curtis, 1932-1942,

(59 items)

Cameron, A.K.

Campbell, A. C.

Carey, N. T.

Carman, A. R.

Casey, R. D.

Casey, R. G.

Casgrain, J. P.

Cassidy, H. M.

Charlesworth, H.

Chelwood, Viscount

Chipman, G. F.

Chisholm, H. E.

Choquette, P.A.

Christie, L. C.

Clark, A. B.

Clark, J. T.

Clark, W. R.

Coats, R. H.

Coleman, D. C.

Collier, A. P.

Condliffe, J. B.

Cooper, J. A.

Corbett, E. A.

Corbett, P. E.

Corry, J. A.

Coupland, R.

Cowan, C.G.

Cowan, D. J.

Crawford, F. W.

Creighton, D. G.

Crowle, H. E.

Cunningham, E. J.

Currie, Sir A.

Curtis, L.

BoxFolder
21 Dafoe-Dutton, 1917-1943,

(62 items)

Dafoe, C. H.

Dafoe, E. H.

Dafoe, W.

Daly, H. M.

Dandurand, R.

Dant, C. E.

Davidson, W. M.

Davies, Lord

Davies, R. H.

Davies, T. C.

Dawson, G.

Dawson, R. MacGregor

Deachman, R.J.

Dean, E.P.

deBeers, J. L.

Denison, Sir H.

Diamond, J.

Dobie, E.

Donald, Sir R.

Dorsey-Newson, H.

Drayton, Sir H.

Duff, Sir Lyman

Dunlop, G.G.

Dunn, W.C.

Dunning, C.

Dunwoody, A.

Dutton, J. R.

2 Dexter, Grant, 1924-1934,

(65 items)

3 Dexter, Grant, 1935-1943,

(63 items)

4 Editor- Ewart, 1919-1943,

(27 items)

Editor - The Argus

Editor - The Courier-Mail

Eastman, M.

Eayers, H. S.

Eichelberger, C. M.

Elliott, J. G.

Ellis, L. E.

England, R.

Ewart, J. S.

Ewart, T. S.

5 Fay- Furness , 1915-1942,

(22 items)

Fay, C. R.

Field, F. V.

Fisher, S.

Flavelle, Sir J.

Fletcher, A.

Ford, G. S.

Foreign Policy Association

Forke, R.

Forsyth, F. H.

Fowler, R. M.

Fraser, C. F.

Fulton, W. J.

Furness, R. P.

6 Ferguson, George, (1937-1939),

(66 items)

7 Ferguson, George, ( 1939-1943),

(40 items)

8 Gardiner- Griffith, 1912-1943,

(45 items)

Gardiner, J. G.

Garvin, J. L.

Gibson, D. H.

Gilchrest, J. M.

Gillies, D. H.

Giverns, W. R.

Glazebrook, A. J.

Glazebrook, G. T.

Glen, J. A.

Godbout, A.

Godfrey, A.K.

Goerwell, S.W.

Good, S. C.

Gordon, G. N.

Gordon, J.

Gowling, E.

Graham, G. P.

Grant, W. L.

Gray, R. A.

Green, G. A.

Green, J. F.

Greenwood, Lord H.

Gregory, T. E.

Gregory, W. G.

Griffith, P. J.

Griffith, W. L.

BoxFolder
31 Hale-Huxley, 1918-1943,

(51 items)

Hale, C. H.

Hall, H. D.

Hammond, M. O.

Harkin, J. B.

Harris, H. W.

Harvey, J. G.

Hawkes, A.

Healy, W. J.

Hepburn, M. F.

Herridge, W. D.

Herriot, M. W.

Higginbottom, F. J.

Higgins, D. G.

Hodson, H. V.

Holden, W. R.

Holgate, T. F.

Holmes, J. W.

Housser, F. B.

Howe, C. D.

Hubbard, G. E.

Hudd, F.

Hudson, A. B.

Humphreys, C. V.

Hunt, J. D.

Hunt, L.

Hurd, P.A.

Hu-Shih, Hon.

Hutchison, B.

Huxley, J.

2 Iles - Jones, 1911-1943,

(35 items)

Iles, G.

Inch, R. B.

Ingham, H.

Innis, H. A.

Iwi, E. F.

Jackson, G. E.

Jacobs, S.W.

James, G. W.

Jencks, M. H.

Jessup, P. C.

Jones, P. R.

Jones, W. D.

3 King, Mackenzie, 1924-1943,

(28 items)

4 Keane-Knudsen, 1922-1943,

(26 items)

Keane, F. H.

Keenleyside, W.

Keirstead, W.C.

Keith, H. J.

Kennedy, A.

Kennedy, R.

Kennedy, W. P.M.

Keppel, F. P.

King, T.

King-Hall, S.

Kirkconnell, W.

Kirkland, J. T.

Kirwan, Sir J. A.

Knight, J.

Knudsen, F. J.

5 Lambert - Luce, 1912-1943,

(54 items)

Lambert, N.

Lang, S. H.

Lapointe, E.

Larkin, P. C.

Lash, G. H.

Laski, H. J.

Lattimore, O.

Laurier, Sir W.

Layton, Sir W.

Leacock, E.P.

LeDuc, T. H.

Lefebvre, J. J.

Lefroy, W.

Lesage, L.

Leslie, D.

Lewis, H.

Lewis, J.

Lindal, W. J.

Lingard, C. C.

Little, G. A.

Livesay, J. F. B.

Livingstone, W. R.

Lloyd, H. T.

Longhurst, A. N.

Longley, R. S.

Loomis, C. F.

Lothian, Lord

Louw, E. H.

Lower, A .R. M.

Luce, H. R.

6 Macadam - MacRae, 1910-1943,

(55 items)

Macadam, A. S.

MacDermot, T. W.

Macdonald, E. M.

Macdonald, M. A.

Macdonald, V. C.

Macdonnell, J. M.

MacGibbon, D. A.

MacIsaac, J. A.

MacIver, R. M.

MacKay, Mrs.

MacKay, R. A.

MacKenzie, N.

MacLachlan, D. C.

MacLaren, W. W.

MacLean, J. A.

MacLean, J. B.

MacLennan, D.

MacLeod, A. A.

MacLeod, E. O.

MacLeod, W. A.

MacNamara, A.

MacRae, A. D.

Macleod-Wright,
(file located in box 23, folder 1)

MacLeod, A. N. Mrs.

Wright, R. A.

BoxFolder
36 McArthur - McRae, 1927-1943,

(35 items)

McArthur, D. A.

McBain, H.L.

McCarthy, L.

McDonald, A.

McDougall, J. L.

McGeachy, M. C.

McGregor, J. D.

McGregor, W. L.

McGrossan, G. E.

McHugh, J.

McKay, J. F.

McKenzie, N.

McKenzie, V.

McLarty, N.

McLean, J. S.

McMillan, A. J.

McQueen, R.

McRae, A. D.

8 Magrath - Mutchmor, 1924-1943

(45 items)

Magrath, C. A.

Major, W. J.

Mallory, W. H.

Marler, Sir H. M.

Marquis, A. N.

Marsh, D.

Marshall, D.

Marshall, J.

Martin, C.

Martin, W.

Matthews, W. E.

Maxwell, J. A.

Maxwell, W.

Maybank, R.

Menzies, A. F.

Merlin, S.

Metcalfe, J. H.

Miller, F. A.

Miller, F. P.

Milner, H. R.

Milner, S.

Mitchell, A. N.

Moll, J. T.

Moore, H. N.

Morgan, F. M.

Morton, A. S.

Murdock, Sir K.

Murray, A.

Murray, B.

Murray, W.

Mutchmor, J. R.

9 Massey,Vincent , 1931-1941,

(19 items)

BoxFolder
41 Nash-Proffitt, 1916-1943,

(46 items)

Nash, W.

Nelson, J.

Nicholas, B. C.

Noseworthy, J. W.

Novar, B.

Osborne, W. F.

van Paassen, P.

Palmer, F.

Parkin, G. R.

Paterson, F. L.

Puttullo, T. D.

Payne, J. L.

Peacock, E. K.

Pearson, G. F.

Pelletier, M. G.

Perry, A. J.

Phelan, N.

Phillipps, W.

Phillips, T.

Philip, J. M.

Pilcher, J. T.

Pitblado, I.

Plaunt, A. D.

Pooley, A.M.

Power, W. K.

Pringle, P. J.

Proffitt, C.G.

2 Reid-Rowell, 1917-1938 ,

(56 items)

Reid, E.

Robertson, T.

Rowell, N. W

3 Ralston-Russell, 1924-1943,

(40 items)

Ralston, J. L.

Raney, W. E.

Ranns, H. D.

Ratcliffe, S. K.

Rattray, J. G.

Rees, L.

Reford, E.

Reid, A.

Reynolds, A. J.

Richardson, B. T.

Richardson, J. A.

Ridington, J.

Riggs, H. W.

Roebuck, A. W.

Rogers, G. S.

Rose, W. L.

Ross, H. D.

Ross, P. D.

Rossie, M. W.

Rowell, C. H.

Russell, J.

4 Sifton, Sir Clifford, 1910-1923,

(51 items)

5 Sifton, Sir Clifford, 1924-1926,

(40 items)

6 Sifton, Sir Clifford, 1927-1929,

(15 items)

7 Sifton, Harry, 1926-1931,

(57 items)

8 Sifton, Harry, 1932-1934,

(44 items)

9 Sifton, Clifford II, 1932-1944,

(52 items)

BoxFolder
51 Shotwell-Symington, 1932-1943,

(76 items)

Shotwell, J. T.

Skelton, A.

Stevenson, J. A.

Symington, H. J.

2 St. Laurent-Sutch, 1922-1943,

(63 items)

St. Laurent, L.

Sandwell, B. K.

Savard, A.

Seelheim, H.

Shannon, R. W.

Sheedy, E.P.

Shipman, E. B.

Sifton, J. W.

Sifton, V.

Skelton, O. D.

Smiddy, T. A.

Smith, C. P.

Smith, E. N.

Smith, G. J.

Smith, J. O.

Smith, S.

Somervell, R. B.

Soward, F. H.

Spence, G.

Stallard, C. F.

Stapleford, E. W.

Steed, W.

Stefanson, V.

Stephen, G.

Stevens, H. H.

Stewart, D. A.

Stewart, J. W.

Stewart, W. D.

Stone, W. T.

Strange, H. G.

Sutch, W. B.

3 Talman-Turner, 1919-1943,

(44 items)

Talman, J.

Tarr, E. J.

Terry, S. B.

Thomas, A.K.

Thompson, B.

Thompson, W. S.

Thomson, J. S.

Thornton, R. S.

Thornton, Sir H.

Thorson, J. S.

Timperley, H. J.

Tory, H. M.

Toynbee, A. J.

Triggs, W. H.

Trotter, R. G.

Tucker, W. A.

Turner, J. M.

Turner, W. H.

4 Underhill-Zook, 1931-1943

(28 items)

Underhill, F. H.

Ushiba, T.

Veals, H. R.

Vien, T.

Viner, J.

Vlaslos, G.

Yates, A. T.

Young, L .J.

Yu-wan, L.

Zimmern, Sir A.

Zook, G. F.

5 Waldron-Wrong, 1916-1941,

(51 items)

Waldron, G.

Walker, E. A.

Walker, G. W.

Walker, W. J.

Wallace, R.

Wallace, W .S.

Ward, W. J.

Watson-Armstrong, W.

Weaver, J. R.

Whitton, C.

Whyte, Sir F.

Wicklund, J. A.

Wilbur, R. L.

Wile, F.

Willison, Sir J.

Wilson, C.

Windmiller, L .L.

Woodhouse, A. S.

Woods, J. H.

Woodsworth, J .S.

Wrench, E.

Wright, C. H.

Wright, G. L.

Wright, Q.

Wright, R. A.

Wrong, G. M.

Wrong, George

Wrong, H. H.

4. Incoming Correspondence, 1896-1943,
BoxFolder
61 Abbott-Aylesworth, 1917-1943,

(50 items)

Abbott, W. J.

Adamson, J. D.

Aiken, J. A.

Allan, G. W.

Allen, W.

Allin, C. D.

Amery, L. S.

Anderson, E.

Anderson, N.

Anderson, R. B.

Andrews, W. L.

Angus, H. F.

Archibald, E. J.

Armstrong, H. F.

Armstrong, P. C.

Arnister, R.

Astor, Lord

Atholstan, Lord

Atkinson, J. E.

Aylesworth, Lord

Astor-Wrong
(file located in box 23, folder 2)

Astor, J .J.

Bartholow, W. H.

Beeman, V. G.

Brown, E. K.

Buchanan, W. A.

Donald, Sir Robert

Dexter, Grant, 1937

Ferguson, G. V.

Fisher, S.

Healey, W. J., 1940-1943 (2 items)

Macklin, E. H.

Martin, Chester, 1944

Sifton, Clifford, II, (1940)

Sifton, Sir Clifford, 1940

Wrong, George

BoxFolder
62 Bailey-Blackmore, 1917-1943,

(47 items)

Bailey, A. H.

Baker, N. D.

Baker, P. N.

Baldwin, J. R.

Barager, C. A.

Baron, T .R.

Barr, G. H.

Barrett, Sir J.

Bartram, V. T.

Beatty, Sir E. A.

Beaverbrook, Lord

Bell, Grace

Bell, G. T.

Bennett, E. H.

Bennett, E. J.

Bennett, R. B.

Bergman, H. A.

Biggar, O. M.

Blackmore, J .H.

3 Bloom, Chester A., 1934-1942,

(39 items)

4 Bloom, Chester A., 1942-1943,

(31 items)

5 Borden, Sir Robert, 1917-1937,

(34 items)

6 Bonham-Butler, 1917-1943,

(77 items)

Bonham, M .L.

Bonman, I.

Borden, H.

Boreham, H.B.

Bourassa, H.

Bovey, W.

Bowman, C. A.

Boys, T. A.

Brady, A.

Brand, R. H.

Bray, T. C.

Brebner, J. B.

Brennan, W. A.

Bridle, A.

Brierly, J. S.

Brittain, Lord

Brown, E. K.

Brown G. W.

Brown, J. T.

Brownlee, N.

Bryson, L.

Buchanan, W. A

Buck, P. H.

Bull, W. M.

Burbridge, F. M.

Burchan, C. J.

Burchell, C. J.

Burnham, Viscount

Burrows, T. A.

Burton, C.L.

Butler, H.B.

Butler, N. L.

BoxFolder
71 Carter, E. C., 1936-1942,

(33 items)

2 Cahill-Churchill, 1917-1943,

(49 items)

Cahill, F.

Calder, J. A.

Cameron, A.K.

Campbell, A. C.

Carman, A. R.

Cartwright, M. J.

Carvell, J. B.

Casey, R. D.

Casey, W. S.

Cassidy, H. M.

Cecil, Lord

Chalmers, A.

Chapin, V.

Christie, D.

Christie, L. C.

Churchill, Sir W.

3 Clark - Condliffe, 1917-1943,

(54 items)

Clark, A. B.

Clark, F.

Clark, J. T.

Clark, M

Clarke, W. R.

Claxton, B.

Coats, R. H.

Coffin, P. R.

Coldwell, G. R.

Coleman, D. C.

Coleman, H. T.

Collier, A. P.

Colquhoun, A. H.

Condliffe, J. B.

4 Connor-Curtis, 1916-1943,

(47 items)

Connor, E. L.

Cooper, J. A.

Corbett, E. A.

Corbett, P. E.

Corry, J. A.

Cote, T.

Cowan, C.G.

Cowan, D. J.

Coyne, J. B.

Craig, C. P.

Crandall, C. F.

Creighton, D. G.

Cromie, R.J.

Crowle, H. E.

Cunningham, E. J.

Currie, R.J.

Currie, Sir A.

Curtis, L.

5 Crerar, T. A., 1921-1943 ,

(51 items)

6 Dacks-Dysart, 1917-1943,

(66 items)

Dacks, A.

Dadson, T..M.

Dafoe, C. E.

Dafoe, E. H.

Daly, H. M.

Davidson, W. M.

Davies, Lord

Davis, F.

Davis, J. M.

Davis, R.

Davis, T. C.

Davis, W. R.

Dawson, A.O.

Dawson, G.

Dawson, R. MacGregor

Deachman, R.J.

deBeers, J .S.

Deen, A.

Denison, Sir H.

Dinwiddie, W.

Dobie, E.

Don, C. D.

Donald, Sir Robert

Dove, J.

Doyle, E. A.

Drayton, Sir H.

Dunning, C.

Dysart, A.K.

BoxFolder
81 Dexter, Grant, 1924-1939,

(54 items)

2 Dexter, Grant, 1940-1943,

(81 items)

3 Eastman-Ewart, 1919-1943,

(33 items)

Eastman, M.

Eggleston, F. W.

Eichelberger, C. M.

Elliot, J. G.

Ellis, L. E.

Ellis, L. M.

England, R.

Engleburg, F. V.

Ewart, J. S.

4 Fackenthal-Furness, 1914-1943,

(64 items)

Fackenthal, F. D.

Fairfax, J. O.

Falconer, N. W.

Farmer, G.

Farquhar, G.

Fay, C. R.

Ferguson, G. V.

Field, F. V.

Fisher, S.

Flavelle, Sir J.

Fletcher, C. B.

Ford, G. S.

Forke, R.

Forsey, E.

Forsyth, F. H.

Foster, H.

Fowle, J. W.

Fowler, R. M.

Frankfurter, F.

Fry, G.

Furness, R. P.

5 Gardiner-Grose, 1911-1943,

(58 items)

Gardiner, J. G.

Garson, S.

Gibson, D. V.

Giverns, W. R.

Glazebrook, Lord

Glen, J. A.

Godabout, A.

Godfrey, J. M.

Goerwell, S.W.

Good, W.C.

Gordon, C. W.

Gordon, G. N.

Gowling, E.

Graham, G. P.

Grant, W. L.

Gray, W. A.

Greenwood, Lord

Gregory, G.

Gregory, W. G.

Grey, Earl

Grierson, G. A.

Griffith, W. L.

Grose, C.L.

BoxFolder
91 Hale-Huxley, 1912-1943,

(87 items)

Hale, C. H.

Halifax, Lord

Hall, D. C.

Hall, H. D.

Hankinson, W.C.

Hard, W.

Hardy, A. C.

Harkin, J. B.

Harris, W.

Harvey, D. C.

Harvey, J. G.

Haslam, J. H.

Hawkes, A.

Hearne, J. J.

Heaton, H.

Herridge, W. D.

Hickson, J. W. A.

Higginbottom, F. J.

Higgins, D. G.

Hodson, H. V.

Hooper, P. L.

Hose, W.

Howard, H. C.

Howe, C. D.

Howell, H.B.

Hubbard, G. E.

Hudson, A .B.

Hull, C.S.

Humphreys, C. V.

Hunt, L.

Hutchison, B.

Huxley, J.

2 Healey, W. J., 1912-1943,

(20 items)

3 Iles-Iwi, 1917-1938,

(15 items)

Iles, G

Inch, R. B.

Ingham, H.

Innis, H. A.

Innis, P.

Iwi, E. F.

4 Jackson-Jones, 1919-1943,

(14 items)

Jackson, G. E.

Jacobs, S.W.

Jebb, R.

Jencks, M. H.

Jessup, P. C.

Jones, R. B.

Jones, W. D.

5 King, Mackenzie, 1914-1943,

(27 items)

6 Keane-Knudsen, 1921-1943,

(49 items)

Keane, F. H.

Keefer, F. H.

Keenleyside, W.

Keirstead, B. S.

Keith, H. J.

Kennedy, A.

Kennedy, R.

Kennedy, W. P. M.

Keppel, F. A.

Kerr, P.

King, C.

King, T.

King-Hall, S.

Kirkconnell, W.

Kirkwood, K .P.

Kirwan, J. W.

Klieforth, A. W.

Knight, J.

Knudsen, F .J.

7 Laurier, Sir Wilfred, 1896-1917,

(36 items)

8 Lambert-Luce, 1922-1943,

(71 items)

Lambert, N.

Lang, S.F.

Lapointe, E.

Larkin, D .C.

Lash, G .H.

Laski, H. J.

Lattimore, O.

Leach, N .L.

Leacock, E.P.

Leacock, S.

LeDuc, T. H.

Lefebvre, J .J.

Lefroy, W.

Lemieux, R.

Lent, B. K.

Lesage, L.

Lewis, H.

Lewis, J.

Lindal, W .J.

Lingans, C. C.

Lippmann, W.

Little, G .A.

Livesay, J. F. B.

Livingstone, W. R.

Lloyd, H. T.

Longley, R. S.

Loomis, C. F.

Lorwin, L. L .

Lothian, Lord

Loukas, C.

Louw, E. H.

Lower, A .R. M.

Luce, H .R.

BoxFolder
101 Massey, Vincent, 1918-1942,

(30 items)

2 Macadam-Macdonnell, 1918-1943,

(22 items)

Macadam, I..S.

MacArthur, D. M.

MacBain, H. L .

MacDenton, W.

MacDermot, T. W.

MacDonald, E. M.

Macdonald, V.

MacDonald, W. A.

Macdonnell, J. A.

3 MacGibbon - McWilliams, 1919-1943,

(65 items)

MacGibbon, D. A.

MacGregor, L. R.

Machean, J. A.

MacIsaac, J. A.

MacIver, R. M.

MacKay, R. A.

MacKenzie, N.

MacLachlan, D. C.

MacLean, J. B.

Maclear, W. F.

MacLeod, A. A.

MacLeod, W.A.

MacPhail, M.

Macrae, A.M.

MacRae, D. B.

MacTavish, W.

McArthur, D. M.

McCarthy, L.

McCrossan, G. E.

McCullagh, G.

McDermid, E.P.

McDermot, T.

McDougall, J. L.

McGregor, W. L.

McIntyre, D.

McKay, C. E.

McKenzie, V.

McKinnon, H. B.

McLaren, W. W.

McLarty, N.

McLaughlin, R. S.

McLean, J. S.

McLean, S.

McLean, W. B.

McQueen, R.

McRae, A.

McWilliams, A. J.

McWilliams, R. F.

4 McGeachy, Mary Craig, 1930-1940,

(22 items)

5 Macklin-Maxwell, 1916-1943,

(34 items)

Macklin, E. H.

Magrath, C. A.

Major, W. J.

Mallory, W. H.

Marler, Sir H. M.

Marsh, D.

Marshall, D.

Marshall, J.

Martin, C.

Martin, P. Martin-Harvey, Lord

Mason, M.

Matheson, S. P.

Matthews, E. D.

Maxwell, J. A.

6 Machlory- Murton, 1910-1943,

(45 items)

Machlory, D. C.

Mavor, J.

Maxwell, W.

Maybank, R.

Medaliar, A. R.

Meighen, A.

Menzies, A. F.

Merlin, S.

Miller, F. A.

Miller, F. P.

Miller, J. D.

Milner, H. R.

Mitchell, A. N.

Moffat, P.

Moore, W. H.

Morgan, F. M.

Morgan, J.

Morton, A. S.

Motylev, V. E

Muir, J.

Mulock, W.

Murray, A.

Murray, G.

Murray, J. R.

Murray, W.

Murray, Walter

Murton, J. C.

Napier-Moore, H..

BoxFolder
111 Nash-Osborne, 1928-1942,

(15 items)

Nash, W.

Nelson, J.

Newbolt, H.

Nicholas, B. C.

Nichols, W.

Noseworthy, J. W.

Osborne, N. F.

2 van Paassen-Pringle, 1918-1943,

(52 items)

van, Paasen, P.

Park, M.

Parkin, G. H.

Paterson, C.G.

Pattullo, T. D.

Payne, J. L.

Peacock, E. A.

Peacock, G. W.

Pearson, F.

Penny, A. G.

Perry, E.

Phillipps, W.

Philips, P.

Philips, T.

Plaunt, A. D.

Pond, A.

Pooley, A. M.

Powell, R. E.

Power, C. G.

Power, W. K.

Preston, W. T. R.

Pringle, P. J.

3 Radley-Robbins, 1915-1943,

(35 items)

Radley, A. A.

Ralston, J. L.

Ranns, H. D.

Ratcliffe, S. K.

Rattray, J. G.

Rattray, Lieutenant

Reford, E.

Reid, A.

Reid, E.

Reid, J.

Reynolds, A.

Richardson, B. T.

Richardson, J. A.

Richardson, M.

Robbins, A. P

4 Ridington-Russell, 1912-1943,

(44 items)

Ridington, J.

Robbins, A. P.

Roberton, T.

Roblin, A. W.

Roebuck, A. W.

Rogers, N. M.

Rolph, G. B.

Rose, A.

Rose, W.

Ross, P. D.

Rowell, N. W.

Russell, J. M.

5 Sammons - Skelton, 1911-1943,

(64 items)

Sammons, W.

Samuel, H.

Sandwell, B. K.

Sastri, V.

Savard, A.

Savard, F. H.

Schultz, J.

Scott, W.

Seelheim, H.

Sheedy, E. P.

Shortt, A.

Shotwell, A. L.

Sifton, V.

Simmons, J. F.

Sirois, J.

Skelton, A.

Skelton, O. D.

6 St. Laurent - Symington, 1924-1943,

(72 items)

St. Laurent, L.

Shannon, R. W.

Simons, H.

Smiddy, T. A.

Smith, C. P.

Smith, F. D. L.

Smith, G. L.

Smith , J. S.

Smith, N.

Smith, S.

Somervell, R. B.

Spence, G.

Spry, G.

Stallard, C. F.

Stapleford, E. W.

Steed, W.

Stephen, G.

Stephens, G. W.

Stevenson, D.

Stewart, D. A.

Stewart, W. D.

Stitt, J. H.

Stone, W. T.

Strange, H. G. L.

Stuart, C.

Sulzberger, A. H.

Sutch, W. B.

Symington, H. J.

7 Stevenson, J. A., 1919-1942,

(40 items)

BoxFolder
121 Sifton, Harry, 1925,

(62 items)

2 Sifton, Clifford, II, (1933-1943)
3 Sifton, Sir Clifford, 1911-1917,

(48 items)

4 Sifton, Sir Clifford, 1918-1921,

(55 items)

5 Sifton, Sir Clifford, 1922-1924

(50 items)

6 Sifton, Sir Clifford, 1925-1928,

(57 items)

7 Talman - Tweedsmuir, 1917-1942,

(44 items)

Talman J.

Tarr, E. J.

Taylor, R. B.

Terry, S. B.

Thomas, J. H.

Thompson, B.

Thompson, W. S.

Thomson, E. W.

Thomson, J. S.

Thornton, Sir H.

Thorson, J. S.

Tory, H. M.

Toynbee, A. J.

Tripp, W. H.

Tucker, W. A.

BoxFolder
131 Underhill - Zook, 1931-1943,

(28 items)

Underhill, F. H.

Ushiba, T.

Veals, H. R.

Vien, T.

Viner, J.

Vlastos, G.

Yates, A. T.

Young, E. J.

Young, N.

Young, O. D.

Yu-wan, L.

Zimmern, Sir A.

Zook, G.F.

2 Wade - Wunsch, 1920-1943,

(43 items)

Wade, F. C.

Waldron, G.

Walker, J. B.

Walker, R. C.

Walker, W. J.

Wallace, M. W.

Wallace, W. S.

Ward, W. J.

Watson-Armstrong, W. G.

Wayling, J.

Whey, H.

Whidden H. P.

White, R. S.

White, Sir T.

White, W. A.

Whyte, A. F.

Whyte, Sir F.

Wicklund, J. A.

Wile, F. W.

Wilkie, W.

William, R.

Willingdon, J.

Willison, J. S.

Wilson, C. R.

Wilton, W.

Windmiller, L. L.

Woodhouse, A. S.

Woodward, W. H.

Wright, C. H.

Wunsch, E.

3 Whitton - Wrong , 1917-1940

( 34 items)

Whitton, C.

Wright, Q.

Wright, W. H.

Wrong, G. M.

Wrong, H.H.

BoxFolder
233 5. Contracts with the Sifton Family, 1903-1933,

(4 items)

6. Incoming Telegrams, 1915-1943
BoxFolder
134 Angus - Wilson, 1915-1943,

(130 items)

Angus, H. F.

Atkinson, J. E.

Bartram, V. T.

Beatty, E. W.

Buchanan, W. A.

Burton, C. L.

Calder, J. A.

Carter, E. C.

Claxton, B.

Denison, Sir H.

Dexter, G.

Eayres, H.

Ewart, J. S.

Ferguson, G.

Gagnon, H.

Inch, R. B.

Ireland, C. G.

King, MacKenzie

Layton, W.

MacRae, D. B.

McConnell, J. W.

Philip, J. M.

Robertson, T. B.

Rowell, N. W.

Sheedy, E. P.

Sifton, C.

Sifton, Sir Clifford

Sirois, J.

The Star

Vlastos, G.

Wade, F. C.

Wilson, C. R.

8. Assorted Letters, 1918-1948,
BoxFolder
136 Bloom, C. A. - Ferguson, G. V.

(2 items)

6 Dexter, G. - Ferguson, G. V., Rogers, R., Roblin , Sir R.

(18 items)

6 Illegible signatures

(18 items)

9. Related Correspondence 1857-1943
BoxFolder
137 Anonymous - Herridge, 1857-1943,

(48 items)

Anonymous

Bloom, C. A.

Borah, W. E.

Brown, E.

Cameron, E. K.

Carter, E. C.

Claxton, B.

Coyne, J. B.

Craig, C. P.

Crerar, T. A.

Currie, Sir A.

Dexter, G.

Dyason, E. C.

Ewart, J. S.

Ferguson, G. V.

Fowler, R. M.

Graham, G. P.

Herridge, W. D.

8 Holland - White, 1917-1943

(59 items)

Holland, W. L.

Hubbard, C. E.

Hutchison, B.

Johnstone, A.

Kellogg, F. B.

Key, L. R.

Kizer, B. H.

Lash, G. H.

Laurier, Sir W.

Macadam, I. S.

Macauley, Lord

MacKinnon, H. L.

MacLachlan, W. W.

Mavor, J.

McGeachy, M. C.

McLean, J. S.

Minto, Lord

Moore, H. N.

Murphy, C.

Nicholls, G. V.

Ridington, J.

Rogers, R.

Rogers, W. S.

Scott, W. B.

Shepherd, J.

Shotwell, J. T.

Sifton, C.

Sifton, H.

Sifton, P.

Sifton, Sir Clifford

Sifton, V.

Sirois, J.

Tarr, E. J.

Thompson, B.

Thornton, Sir H.

Ushiba, T.

Wellington

White, R. S.

BoxFolder

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ROWELL - SIROIS COMMISSION, 1933-1940,
1. Outgoing Correspondence, 1938-1940
BoxFolder
141 Agnew - Skelton, 1938-1940,

(38 items)

Agnew, T. D.

Angus, H. F.

Crerar, T. A.

Crowle, H. E.

Deutsch, J.

Dexter, G.

Farris, J. W.

Fowler, R. M.

King, Mackenzie

Macadam, I.

MacKay, R. A.

Rowell, N. W.

Sirois, J.

Skelton, A.

2. Incoming Correspondence, 1937-1940,
BoxFolder
142 Agnew - MacKay, 1937-1940,

(44 items)

Agnew, T. D.

Angus, H. F.

Bloom, C. A.

Crowle, H. E.

Deachman, R. J.

Deutsch, J.

Farris, E.

Fowler, R. M.

Garson, H.

Gilliat, E. C.

Honeyman, B.

Huffman, B.

Imrie, J. M.

Keirstead, W. C.

Macadam, I.

MacDonald, V.

MacKay, R. A.

3 King - Veals, 1938-1940,

(32 items)

King, Mackenzie

MacKenzie, N.

Maclennan, J.

Lower, A. R. M.

Rowell, N. W.

Savard, A.

Shotwell, J. T.

Sifton, V.

Sirois, J.

Skelton, A.

Tarr, E. J.

Thompson, W. S.

Veals, H. R.

3. Related Correspondence, 1938,
BoxFolder
144 Aberhart - Skelton, 1938,

(17 items)

Aberhart, W.

Bennett, R. B.

Clark, W. C.

Dunning, C. A.

Fowler, R. M.

King, Mackenzie

Rowell, N. S.

Sirois, J.

Skelton, A.

Skelton, O. D.

Illegible

4. Minutes 1933-1938
BoxFolder
145 Minutes of meetings of the Committee of the Privy Council, 1933-1938,

(6 items)

Feb. 1933

Aug. 1937 (3 copies)

Sept. 1937

July 1938

5. Memos, 1876-1940

a. From Confederation Debates: “ Amending the Constitution”, n. d.

b. Confederation, n. d.

c. Constitutional Question; 1876, 1907, (3 copies), 1914, 1915.

d. Partial memo on Transportation, 1939.

e. Summary of Financial Relationship between Saskatchewan and the Dominion, n. d.

f. Re: an informal meeting, n. d.

g. Finance Commission, 1940

i. Personal memo from H. E. Crowle to Dafoe, 1939

7 6. Confidential reports, 1935-1936,

( 3 items)

Three confidential reports and memos from the Dominion - Provincial Conference.

BoxFolder
148 7. Index of Precis, 1938-1939,

( 1 item)

Index of copies of precis of discussion during the Dominion - Provincial Conference

9 8. Publications, 1934-1938,

( 5 items)

a. The Constitution of Canada , by W. P. M. Kennedy, 1937

b. Crisis in the Canadian Constitution, by W. P. M. Kennedy, 1934

c. In the Supreme Court of Canada, March 4, 1938

d. In the Supreme Court of Canada, March 4, 1938

e. The Canadian Constitution and its Amendment, by T. C. Davis, 1936

10 9. Newspaper Clippings

(3 items)

11 10. Miscellaneous, 1938-1941,

(1 folder)

a. Extract from Handsard, Feb. 7, 1938

b. Thirteen sets of Minutes from the Royal Commission on Dominion - Provincial Relations; Jan., Feb., March, April, May, June, Nov., Dec., 1938; May 1939; Jan. 1940

c. J. W. Dafoe notes for lectures, 1941

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INSTITUTE OF PACIFIC RELATIONS, 1936-1939
1. Outgoing Correspondence, 1938,
BoxFolder
151 Atherton - Pacific Council, 1938,

(7 items)

Atherton, F. C.

Carter, E. C.

Tarr, E. J.

Officers and Members of the Pacific Council

2. Incoming Correspondence 1938
BoxFolder
152 Alexander - Young , 1938,

(52 items)

Alexander, A. V.

Atherton, F. C.

Austern, H.

Buck, P. H.

Greene, J. D.

Reid, E.

Stevenson, J.

Takayanaga, K.

Tarr, E. J.

3 Baker - Yamakawa, 1936 - 1939,

(46 items)

Baker, N. D.

Beard, C. A.

Carter, E. C.

Fisher, G. M.

Hubbard, G. E.

Jessup, P. C.

Macadam, I. S.

Madrigal, V.

Maxey, F.

Motylev, V. E.

Porter, C.

Saionji, K.

Shih, H.

Tarr, E. J.

Thompson, N. S.

Ushiba, T.

Wellington

Yamakawa, T.

4. Telegrams 1938,
BoxFolder
154 Carter - Steward, 1938

(13 items)

Carter, E. C.

Ishii

Reid, E.

Steward, G. R.

5 5. Minutes, 1938-1939,

(14 items)

Minutes from fourteen meetings of the Pacific Council held in Princeton, New Jersey,

6 6. Memos,

(24 items)

Twenty-four assorted memos of statements from various members of the Pacific Council.

7 7. Reports, 1938-1939,

(1 folder)

a. Report on the International Secretariat of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Dec. 28 - Jan. 5, 1939

b. I. P.R - Report on examination of cash records, June 30, 1938

8 8. Publications,

(8 items)

a. Constitution of the Institute

b. The Canadian Institute of International Affairs

c. I.. P. R notes - Special Yosemite Conference Issue

d. Functions of an International Air Police

e. Japan’s Ability to Finance Purchase of War Materials , Parts I and II

f. The United States and the Far East , by H. M. Vinacke

9 9. Newspaper clippings, 1936-1938,

(30 items)

Magazine and newspaper clippings pertaining to Imperial Conference and the I. P. R. 1936-1938

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IMPERIAL CONFERENCES, 1909-1937
BoxFolder
1510 1. The Imperial Press Conference, July 1909

A retrospective with comment by John Dafoe reprinted for private circulation from the Manitoba Free Press, Winnipeg, Canada.

10 2. Assorted Materials, 1921,

(3 items)

a. Memo of proceedings of Imperial Press Conference, 1921

b. Index to subjects discussed

c. Conference: Summary of proceedings and documents

10 3. The Imperial Conference of 1937 by John W. Dafoe 1937

Reprinted from the University of Toronto Quarterly , Vol. VII, No. 1, October 1937

BoxFolder
234 4. Book with biographies of Delegates to the Imperial Conference in Canada, 1920,

(1 item)

5 5. Press clippings both by and about Dafoe at the Imperial Press Conference, Australia includes map of New Zealand, 1926-1928,

(16 items)

6 6. Dafoe editorial about Imperial Conference, 1930,

(1 item)

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PARIS PEACE TALKS, 1918-1919,
BoxFolder
161 1. Dispatches, 1918-1919,

(53 items)

Sent by Dafoe while at the Paris Peace Talks.

BoxFolder
237 2. Dafoe’s articles from Paris Peace Talks, 1918-1919,

(67 items)

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“UNION NOW”, 1940,
1. Assorted Materials, 1940,
BoxFolder
162 Correspondence, 1940

Two letters from Dafoe to Goldwin Gregory

Two letters from G. Gregory to Dafoe

Copy of letter to G. Gregory from Robert Sherwood

Copy of telegram from Clarence Streit to G. Gregory

2 Minutes of a “Union Now” meeting, Nov. 1940
2 Pamphlet, “Union Now”, n. d.
2 Article, C. K. Streit, “ For Mutual Advantage”, Atlantic Monthly, 166, November, 1940

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CANADIAN GENERAL COUNCIL OF BOY SCOUTS, 1935-1940,
1. Assorted Materials 1935-1940
BoxFolder
163 Correspondence, 1935-1940,

(16 items)

Between Dafoe, E. W. Beatty, E. W. Lowery, W. Tupper, R. C. Irving, G. F. Pearson.

3 Publication, “ Expansion of the Scout Movement in Canada to 1,000,000 Members”, Jan. 11, 1935.

copy of a radio speech by the Earl of Bessborough,

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SPEECHES, 1911-1943,
BoxFolder
164 1911-1930,

(15 items)

1911 - Untitled

1911 - “Optimism as a Factor in Nation” ( The Canadian Club)

1919 - Notes of an address given by Dafoe to Chartered Accountants’ Convention in Winnipeg.

1920 - “Empire Partnership”

1922 - “Canadian National Unity and the New Order”

1923 - “The University Graduate and the Community”

1924 - “My Impressions Overseas”

1927

- “The Making of Confederation” address to League of Nations

- “Canada and the British Empire” University of Chicago under the auspices of the Norman Wait Harris Foundation

1928

- Untitled, delivered to Pulp and Paper Association

1929

- Untitled in Calgary

- “The University Graduate...”

- Untitled at dinner for H. Macklin

- “ Farewell to Symington”

1930

- " Canada and the United " delivered at Imperial Conference

5 1930-1935,

(16 items)

1930

- “ Pioneers and Newspaper Men”

1933

- “ The Challenge to Democracy”

- “ Public Opinion as a Factor in Government”

- “ Looking Forward”

1934

- “ The Collective System and Manchuria”

- Untitled talk over C. K. Y. Radio in Winnipeg

- “ The World Outlook”

- Untitled address to Faculty at University of Manitoba

- Untitled on behalf of Federated Charities

- Address at University of Alberta

- Untitled radio address

1935

- “ A Foreign Policy for Canada” - Untitled radio address

- Notes for address to Rotary Club

- Untitled at University of Manitoba Convocation

- “Public Opinion as a Factor in Government”

6 1935-1936

(14 items)

1935

- Address at the Final Luncheon

- “ North America and the World Crisis”

- “ The Public Functions of a University “

- “ Canada’s Interest in the World Crisis”

- “ The Current International Situation”

1936

- Untitled

- “ The Yosemite Conference “

- Address to the Empire Club of Canada

- “ Training for a Changing World”

- “ Youth’s Tomorrow”

1937

- Address to the Manitoba School Trustees

- Radio address in salute of Winnipeg Broadcast

- “ I Remember” Series

- “The Fifth Canadian Parliament”

- “ The League: Today and Tomorrow”

7 1937-1943,

(16 items)

1937- Address on Canadian Foreign Policy

1938 - “ The Modern Newspaper”

1939 - “ Canadian Problems of Government”

1940

- “ Let’s Face the Facts”

- Address to Foreign Policy Association

1942

- “ The Road Before Us”

- Address to Bar Association of North Dakota

- “ Victory Loan Address”

1943

- “ Of Things to Come”

- “ Stewart of Manitoba” David Alexander Stewart Memorial Lecture in the Faculty of Medicine

- “ Canada : Yesterday and Tomorrow”

- “ Sixty Years in Journalism”

- Undated: Untitled (5)

- “ The Canadian Federal System Under Review”

- Kelsey Club Address

- “ Canada, The Empire and the League

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PUBLISHED WRITINGS, 1917-1976,
BoxFolder
171 Editorials , July 1917,

(30 items)

2 Editorials, August 1917,

( 25 items)

3 Editorials, Sept. 1917,

(17 items)

4 Editorials, Oct. 1917,

(12 items)

5 Other writings, 1919-1943,

(48 items)

Magazine journal and newspaper clippings of Dafoe’s articles

“ The Editorial Page” reprint of the report of the Canadian Newspaper Association fifth annual meeting, Vancouver

“ Under Southern Skies” series of editorials from Imperial Conference, Australia, 1925 published in Manitoba Free Press

“ Revisting the Constitution” Queen’s Quarterly , Winter, 1930

“ A Foreign Policy for Canada”, Queen’s Quarterly, Summer, 1935

“ Public Utilities and Administrative Boards”, The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science , vol. 2, no. 3, Aug. 1936

“ Canada, the Empire and the League “ Foreign Affairs , Jan. 1936

“ Canada and the Peace Conference of 1919" Canadian Historical Review , 1943

BoxFolder
238 Offprints, Editorials and Book Reviews, 1934-1937

“Harry Sifton : His Personality and Achievements” Winnipeg Free Press , 1934

“ Press, Politics, and People” Canadian Historical Review, 1936

“ The Tragedy of Henry Thornton,” notes for book review

“ Democracy and Bureaucracy”, Series of Addresses delivered during the University Extension Course on Public Administration and Finance, 1937

Newspaper Clippings 1920-1976
BoxFolder
176 Articles on Dafoe, 1922-1942,

(52 items)

7 Articles on Dafoe, 1922-1942,

( 52 items)

Articles on Dafoe, 1936-1976,
(file located in box 23, folder 9)
BoxFolder
182 Reviews of Dafoe’s Books 1920-1936

(1 folder)

BoxFolder
182 Canada: An American Nation, 1935-1936,

(86 items)

2 Clifford Sifton in Relation to his Times, 1932 ,

(61 items)

2 Over the Canadian Battlefields, 1920,

(3 items)

3 Correspondence respecting Dafoe Publications, 1932,

(6 items)

Clifford Sifton in Relation to his Times,

4 Assorted Publications by other writers

(6 items)

a. “ The Last of the Angry Editors” , 1953, E. Beattie

b. “ The Constitutional Question”, n. d., R. MacGregor Dawson

c. “ The Dafoe Papers” , 1945, F. W. Gilison

d. “Colonization Roads in Canada West 1850-1864", 1957, G. W. Spragge

e. “ Notes Re: John W. Dafoe” , 1944, W. H. Turner

f. Article about Grant Dexter , author unknown

g. Reviews of Dafoe of the Free Press, Murray Donnelly, 1968

(found in box 23, folder 10)

h. Information regarding Dafoe 1883-1976 (11 items)

- includes articles about Dafoe both during life and after his death included is an invitation to the opening of John Dafoe School in Winnipeg

(found in box 23, folder 11)

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HANDWRITTEN NOTES BY DAFOE 1930-1940
BoxFolder
185 Research notes

A collection of mostly undated speech and research notes , rough drafts and random scribbles. See also box 19 fd. 3

BoxFolder
2312 Dafoe’s handwritten notes to speeches, 1930-1940

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ASSORTED MATERIALS, 1916-1944,
BoxFolder
186 Dafoe’s 70th Birthday Dinner, April 10, 1936

(1 folder)

BoxFolder
186 Correspondence from V. Sifton - Invitations

(14 items)

Borden, Sir R.

Duff, Sir L.

Falconer, Sir R.

Lambert, N.

Lewis, Sir W.

Lord, W.

Macklin, E. H.

MacRae, D. B.

Parker, Mrs. H.

Ross, P. D.

Shotwell, J. T.

Smith, S. T.

Tweedsmuir, Lord

Woodward, J. S.

6 Responses to V. Sifton (letters)

(36 items)

Martin, C.

Moncrieff, J.

Murray, J. R.

Murray, W.

Neal, W. M.

Nicholas, B. C.

Norris, T. C.

Parker, E.

Pickwell, F. C.

Pitblado, I.

Preston, W. B.

Queen, I.

Richardson, J. A.

Ross, P. D.

Rossie, M. W.

Sandwell, B. K.

Shotwell, J. T.

Smith, J.

Stevenson, J.

Tarr, E. J.

Thompson, W.

Tweedsmuir, Lord

Wallace, R. C.

Woodward, J. S.

Night Editor, W. F. P.

11 illegible signatures

6 Responses to V. Sifton (Telegrams)

(17 items)

Atholstan

Borden, Sir R.

Buchanan, W. A.

Burd, F.

Christie, L. C.

Claxton, H. & B.

Cowan, C. G.

Craick, W. A.

Daily, A.

Lewis, W.

McNeil, J. A.

Preston, W. B.

Ross, P. D.

Sifton, C.

Stevenson, H.

Wallace, R. C.

Woods, J. H.

Most of this material consists of short invitations from and responses to Victor Sifton, organizer of the celebration.

Dafoe’s Testimonial Dinner, Oct. 16, 1943,
BoxFolder
187 Programme Seating Arrangements “ Sixty Years in Journalism”, by J. W. Dafoe Oct. 16, 1943,
7 Messages from Absentees-Telegrams

(18 items)

C. Bloom to J. M. Gordon

H. Campbell to J. M. Gordon

E. C. Carter to J. M. Gordon

F. Cotten to J. M. Gordon

W. H. Dennis to J. M. Gordon

D. Dibney to J. M. Gordon

C. A. Dunning to J. M. Gordon

R. W. Keyserlingk to E. J. Tarr

W. J. Lindal to J. W. Dafoe

D. MacLennan to J. M. Gordon

J. S. McLean to J. M. Gordon

A. D. McKenzie to E. Brickerson

B. T. Richardson to J. M. Gordon

W. J. Rowe to J. M. Gordon

C. Sifton to J. M. Gordon

H. M. Tory to J. M. Gordon

A. Weir to J. M. Gordon

Former members of the Free Press , now working in Vancouver to J. M. Gordon

Memos, 1892-1942,
BoxFolder
188 Several memos and research reports by several authors on various topics.

a. Untitled

b. From the “Life of Washington”

c. Memorandum re: Powers of Governor-General in Regard to Dissolution

d. The Covenant of the League of Nations

e. Untitled

f. Why the Strategic Centres of Alaska must be Connected with the Continent’s Principal Production Centres by a Direct Railway and at once

g. 1892 - Bourinot - Parliamentary Procedure

h. 1908 - Memorandum of conversation with Lord Strathcona

i. 1917 - Memo of Suggested Plan for Dealing with Railway Situation in Canada

j. 1920 - Memo re: Political Situation

k. 1923 - Untitled

l. 1925 - Memorandum of conversation with H. J. Symington

m. 1926 - The Coup d’Etat

n. 1926 - Memo on King’s statement re: his conversation with Lord Bying

o. 1926 - Memo of an interview between Lord Bying and the Hon. Charles Murphy

p. 1927 - Notes of an interview with Dr. Skelton

q. 1932 - Policy: Basis for discussion at Massey’s

r. 1935 - A Foreign Policy for Canada

s. 1935 - Untitled for Grant Dexter

t. 1936 - Memorandum Concerning News on the Air

u. 1936 - Lights on the Formation of Union Government

v. 1936 - Memorandum re: Draft Broadcasting Acts

w. 1939 - Untitled from Grant Dexter

x. 1942 - Combined War Administration

Genealogical Records 1916-1940
BoxFolder
189 Correspondence between Dafoe and various relatives and others tracing the family ancestry. 1916-1940

(50 items)

Bull, W. P.

Dafoe, A. R.

Dafoe, C. H.

Dafoe, E. H.

Dafoe, G. G.

Dafoe, J. W.

Dafoe, W. A.

Dafoe, W. W.

De Foe, W. H.

Hill, N. A.

Holgate, T. F.

Hunt, F.

Jacobsen, E. L.

Lowry, W. D.

McCalley, V. D.

MacMullen, L.

Moore, E. A.

Olmstead, B. D.

Parmalee, C. G.

Percival, W. B.

Tufts, R. D.

Wiltse, M. P.

Winehill, C. M.

Wright, C. H.

Wright, W. W.

BoxFolder
191 Material’s Associated with Dafoe’s Death 1944

(18 items)

a. Letters and telegrams of condolence to Alice Dafoe, 1944 (11 items) - ( found in box 23, folder 14)

b. “Dafoe of the Winnipeg Free Press 1901-1944" Group of his editorials published by the paper.

c. John W. Dafoe, 1866-1944. Memorials from the Royal Society of Canada, 1944.

d. John W. Dafoe, 1866-1944. Memorial in the Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, 1944.

e. Obituary from The Times , 1944

f. Letter to Mrs. Dafoe from J. Grierson re: Film about Dafoe

g. Two reviews of the book, John W. Dafoe , by G. V. Ferguson

h. Ten letters to various people re:

Dafoe Brebner,

J. B. Cameron,

A. K. Chisholm,

H. E. Emerson,

Mrs. E. Janssen,

Judge J. Lorimer,

J. B. Pelletier,

G. Sandwell,

B. K. Sifton, C.

i. Hand-written account of J. W. Dafoe’s early life by his sister , Mrs. E. Emerson

j. Three letters re: preservation of Dafoe correspondence to:

Mrs. Ernest Lapointe

Mr. Henry Borden

Mrs. Robert Forke

k. “ A Great Canadian Has Filed His Last Copy” Montreal Standard , January 22, 1944

2 Copy of a decree by King George V, naming Arthur Sifton to the British Delegation at Versaille
2 Photograph of the title page of a book presented to Dr. Keppell on his retirement as President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, with a copy of the forward by J. W. Dafoe. Explanatory letter accompanies the photograph
2 Two reviews of Eugene Forsey’s book, The Royal Power of Dissolution of Parliament , and a letter to Professor Clokie thanking him for his review of the book.
2 Newspaper clippings
2 Arnipor Board of Education Motion of Admiration.
2 Group of invitations, seating plan and dinner menus for Imperial Press Conference, 1923.
3 Miscellaneous notes and speeches
4 Various bibliographies of Dafoe’s speeches, correspondence and articles
BoxFolder
2313 Telegrams and Letters of Congratulations on Dafoe’s 76th Birthday , 1942,

(11 items)

15 Dafoe’s Honorary Degree from University of North Dakota, May 2, 1942
16 Official appointment of Dafoe to International Commission for Treaty of Conciliation between United States
17 A survey of Canadian - American Relations, 1937
18 Dafoe’s invitations to various events, 1918-1939
19 Dafoe Foundation correspondence, minutes and reports, 1944-1970,

(9 items)

20 Article about Dafoe’s sister by Margaret Dafoe Card by her daughter Dorothy Card, 1976
21 Kathleen Tarr correspondence with Alice Dafoe, 1939

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Photograph Collection (PC 3), 1925-1944
BoxFolder
11

(8 photographs)

1-4. Unidentified people at Rowell Sirois hearings, [1934-1938]

5 . Rowell Sirois Commission hearing in Victoria, 1938

6. Dafoe and other members of the Rowell Sirois Commission

7. John W. Dafoe

8. John W. Dafoe while Chancellor of University of Manitoba [1934-1944]

2

(3 photographs)

9. Dafoe and E. J. Tarr at the Manitoba Club, [ca. 1941]

10. Dafoe and wife on board ship to Australia, 1925

11. Dafoe at celebration in Australia, 1925

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Tape Collection (TC 89), 1959
BoxFolder
11

(2 reel-to-reel tapes)

C. B. C. Wednesday Night Profile: "John W. Dafoe" Broadcast over C. B. C. Radio Jan. 4, 1959 produced by Ken Black at C. B. C. Winnipeg

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