H. Clare Pentland:

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

Inventory prepared by A. E. Millward
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba
(1986)

Finding aid encoded by Julianna Trivers (June 2002)
Finding aid written in English.

Revision History

  • July 26, 2005 - MSS 46 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (sy2003-10-15).

Table of Contents

Collection Summary

Biography of H. Clare Pentland

Scope and Contents of the Papers

Organization of the Papers

Restrictions on Access

Restrictions on Use

Custodial History

Detailed Description of the Collection

A. Correspondence 1933-1977

B. Student Papers 1939-1949

C. Doctoral Dissertation n.d.

D. Doctoral Dissertation: Documents 1947-1960 and n.d.

E. University of Manitoba. Dept. of Economics [ca. 1971]-1977 and n.d.

F. University of Manitoba - Administration [ca. 1952]-1976 and n.d.

G. Education. Economics [ca. 1957]-1969 and n.d.

H. Population and Labour Supply 1964-1971 and n.d.

I. Lapford Demographic Study [19-?]

J. Labour Relations Legislation 1959-1976

K. Task Force on Labour Relations. Study I (a) n.d.

L. Task Force on Labour Relations 1967 and n.d.

M. Manitoba Rolling Mills Report 1968-1977 and n.d.

N. Arbitration/Conciliation 1960-1976

0. Arbitration/Conciliation; The Crowe Case 1958-1974

P. Articles, Lectures, Etc. 1950-1974

Q. Radio Talks [1966?]-1969

R. Lecture Notes, Handouts, Reviews 1949 and n.d.

S. Book Reviews, Evaluations n.d.

T. Notes on Readings n.d.

U. Newsclippings n.d.

V. Papers, Etc. By Students n.d.

W. Miscellaneous Papers: by Author n.d.

X. Miscellaneous Papers: by Topic n.d.

Chronological Index to the Correspondence

Index of Correspondents


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
331 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2

Creator:
H. Clare Pentland

Title:
H. Clare Pentland fonds

Dates:
1933-1981

Quantity:
3.5 m of textual records

Identification:
MSS 46

Language
English.

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Biography of H. Clare Pentland

Chronology of Important Dates

1914 Harry Clare Pentland born October 17 to Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Pentland, near Justice, Manitoba

1931 Graduated from Brandon Collegiate Institute

1933 Graduated from Brandon Normal School 1933-36 Taught in rural Manitoba

1940 B.A., Brandon College, University of Manitoba

1942 M.A., University of Oregon; married Harriet Brook by whom he had three sons: David, Don, John

1942-46 Canadian Army

1946-49 Doctoral studies and teaching, University of Toronto

1949-78 Dept. of Economics, University of Manitoba

1961 Ph.D., University of Toronto

1961-62 "A Study of Labour Skills in Reference to Manitoba's Economic Future" for the Committee on Manitoba's Economic Future. Unpublished.

1962-63 Sabbatical leave, University of Cambridge

1963-65 President, Manitoba Historical Society

1965 "Population and Labour Supply in Britain in the Eighteen Century": paper presented to the third International Conference of Economic History, Munich

1965 "Implication of Automation for the Employment and Training of White Collar Workers in Manitoba", for the Manitoba Economic Consultative Board. Unpublished

1967-68 "A Study of the Changing Social, Economic and Political Background of the Canadian System of Industrial Relations", for the Task Force on Labour Relations. Unpublished

1968-69 "Human Adjustment to Technological Change: The Case of the Manitoba Rolling Mills.:`, for the Dept. of Manpower and Immigration. Unpublished

1969-70 Sabbatical leave, University of Sussex

1978 Died 13 October, at Winnipeg

1981 Labour and Capital in Canada 1650-1860: published version of doctoral thesis

Biographical Sketch

(abbreviated from the "Introduction" to Paul Phillips' edition of Pentland's Labour and Capital in Canada 1650-1860 )

Clare Pentland was born October 17, 1914, on a farm near Justice, Manitoba, a town some ten miles north-east of Brandon. His father was a farmer, later a trucker, his mother a school teacher. The Pentland family, however, were not recent immigrants to Canada. Clare's great-great-grandfather, an Ulster-Scot hand-loom weaver, emigrated to Canada from County Down, Ireland in 1821, settling first at Amherst Island, near Kingston, Ontario, where he practiced the dual vocations of farmer and weaver. His son, John, continued the agrarian-artisan tradition, becoming a carpenter . . . In 1843, the family moved to homestead in the Huron Tract, eight miles north of Goderich.

John's son (Clare's grandfather), Thomas, continued the westward move to the frontier, homesteading near Justice in 1881 where he combined farming with blacksmithing. This was the limit of the westward movement. The Pentland family became well established in the Elton municipality around Justice, and a Pentland has been reeve of the area for a good part of its political history. It was there that Clare's father grain-farmed and began his trucking business. While Clare was still a child, his family moved to Brandon to develop the business, largely in shipping cattle to the packers.

Clare grew up in Brandon, graduating from the Collegiate in 1931 and the Brandon Normal School in 1933. This was followed by three years of teaching in small country school houses at Whirlpool, a soldier settlement area near Clear. Lake, and at Ericson . . . He returned to university in 1936 and four years later, in 1940, graduated with a B.A. in Economics from Brandon College. . . While he attended university, he worked as an attendant at the Brandon Mental Hospital . . . It was also at the hospital that he met a young nurse Harriet Brook, who was later to become his wife. The following summer found him working as a brakeman on the CPR running between Brandon and Broadview. . .

The outbreak of war did not immediately interrupt Pentland's renewed educational program. From 1940 to 1942, he attended the University of Oregon where he obtained his Master's . . .

Almost immediately after completing his thesis in the early summer of 1942, Pentland enlisted in the Army and while undergoing training in British Columbia married Harriet in the fall of 1942 in Vancouver. After officer training near Victoria and artillery training at Brandon and Brockville, he went overseas in February of 1944 where he was transferred to the infantry as an education officer. He returned to Canada and to university, this time in Toronto, in the spring of 1946, under the Veterans Assistance Program and by 1948 completed all the requirements but the thesis for his Ph.D.. . He lectured briefly at Toronto, from 1947-1949, before returning to his native province as Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Manitoba in 1949. He remained at Manitoba for the remainder of his career. . . Finally. . the thesis was presented and defended late in 1960 and the degree conferred in 1961 . . .

In 1962-63, Pentland spent a sabbatical in Cambridge, England. Again in 1969-1970, he spent a sabbatical in England, this time at the University of Sussex working on parish population studies. Unfortunately, failing health prevented him from completing this work and further refining and developing the ideas introduced in his 1965 paper to the Third International Conference on Economic History in Munich.

Despite his pursuit of historical demography in the 1960's Pentland was also able to research and write his second major and influential unpublished manuscript, "A Study of the Changing Social, Economic, and Political Background of the Canadian System of Industrial Relations", commissioned by the federally-appointed Task Force on Labour Relations . . .

The 1960's were intensely productive years for Pentland. In addition to his population research and Task Force report, he also pursued his interest in technological change, producing three major reports for both provincial and federal agencies on skills, training and technological change plus a number of lesser reviews on related issues.

Unfortunately, this level of intellectual activity could not be maintained. Heart problems plagued the last ten years of his life, robbing him of his stamina, a terrible frustration for a man so dedicated to his teaching and his work. Yet despite this he shouldered a heavy administrative load in university affairs, as a member of Senate from 1963 to 1966 and again from 1969 to 1976, and as a member of the Board of Governors representing the Senate from 1973 to 1976. He also served on numerous university and Faculty Association committees as well as continuing to teach, write and research. Two articles (published posthumously) and two reviews were the primary academic output of the 1970's before his premature death on October 13, 1978.

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

The H. Clare Pentland Papers comprise a large part of the professional papers from Pentland's academic and public career, extending from his undergraduate studies (1938) to the posthumous publication of his doctoral thesis (1981). Included are student papers and reading and lecture notes from Brandon College, University of Oregon and University of Toronto, and many portions of drafts of the doctoral thesis. There is material relating to the history, administration and curriculum of the University of Manitoba Department of Economics, and to broader university and educational concerns.

Pentland's activity as an economic historian is represented both by major pieces of research either pursued independently'. as during his sabbatical leaves, or commissioned by government agencies; and by numerous scholarly articles, lectures, book reviews and the radio talks which demonstrate his sense of responsibility for public education. His practical involvement in social issues appears in the records of his work as arbitrator or conciliator in labour disputes, and of his intervention in the controversies arising from the Brandon Packers strike and the Crowe case at United College. Papers by his graduate students show Pentland as a critical but sensitive teacher.

Personal documentation is present only incidentally. The considerable correspondence is largely confined to professional business. The little that is primarily of personal interest has survived through "re-cycling" in drafts of other work and is to be traced through the index to the correspondence.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into

  • A. Correspondence, 1933-1977
  • B. Student Papers, 1939-1949
  • C. Doctoral Dissertation, n.d.
  • D. Doctoral Dissertation Documents, 1947-1960
  • E. University of Manitoba. Dept. of Economics, [ca. 1971]-1977
  • F. University of Manitoba - Administration, [ca. 1952]-1977 and n.d.
  • G. Education. Economics, [ca. 1957]-1969 and n.d.
  • H. Population and Labour Supply, 1964-1971 and n.d.
  • I. Lapford Demographic Study, [19-?]
  • J. Labour Relations Legislation, 1959-1976
  • K. Task Force on Labour Relations. Study 1 (a), n.d.
  • L. Task Force on Labour Relations, 1967 and n.d.
  • M. Manitoba Rolling Mills Report, 1968-1977 and n.d.
  • N. Arbitration/Conciliation, 1960-1976
  • O. Arbitration/Conciliation: The Crowe Case, 1958-1974
  • P. Articles, Lectures, Etc., 1950-1974
  • Q. Radio Talks, [1966?]-1969
  • R. Lecture Notes, Handouts, Reviews, 1949 and n.d.
  • S. Book Reviews, Evaluations, n.d.
  • T. Notes on Readings, n.d.
  • U. Newsclippings, n.d.
  • V. Papers, Etc. By Students, n.d.
  • W. Miscellaneous Papers: by Author, n.d.
  • X. Miscellaneous Papers: by Topic, n.d.
  • Chronological Index to Correspondence
  • Alphabetical Index to Correspondence

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Restrictions on Access

Open to all researchers.

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Restrictions on Use

Copyright to unpublished materials resides with the University of Manitoba, from which permission for use must be obtained; right of first publication is reserved to the Pentland family.

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Custodial History

The collection was donated to the University of Manitoba by Mrs. H. Clare Pentland in July 1980. A few supplementary papers were added in June 1981.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

A. Correspondence 1933-1977

A large part of the Pentland correspondence is dispersed through out the collection, with the writings and other projects to which it is related. Individual correspondents can be traced through the chronological and name indexes.

BoxFolder
11 Biographical information. Chronological index to the correspondence. Index of correspondents.
2 May 1933 - June 1950

(most items re-used for research notes)

3 April 1951 - July 1957

(most items re-used for research notes)

4 March 1960 - June 1961

(some items re-used for research notes)

5 October 1961 - July 1962
6 May 1963 - June 1963

(Cambridge sabbatical)

7 August 1964 - February 1965
8 March 1965
9 June 1966 - July 1966
10 January 1967 - February 1967

(CTF Conference on Education Finance)

11 April 1967
12 October 1967 - January 1968
13 January 1968 - February 1968

(Medicare)

14 September 1968 - July 1969
15 December 1969 - January 1970

(Sussex sabbatical)

16 February 1971
17 July 1971 - August 1971

(Autopac)

18 May 1971 - January 1977

(Arbitration appointments)

19 April 1972 - May 1972

(Labour Gazette)

20 February 1973 - January 1974

("The Lachine Strike")

21 February 1974 - April 1976
22 December 1975 - July 1977
23 August 1976 - January 1977

(Canadian labour archives)

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B. Student Papers 1939-1949
BoxFolder
21 "Economic and Political Factors in the Rebellion of 1837" (Brandon, 1939)
2 "The General Equilibrium Theory and International Trade" (Brandon, 1940)
2 "Farm and Labor Movements in Western Canada 1924-1940" (Oregon, 1940)
3 Lecture notes, tests, "History of Economic Thought" (Oregon, 1940/41)
4 “Politics for the Consumer-Producer" (Oregon, 1941)
5 "Say's Law of Markets" (Oregon, 1942)
6 "The Implications of Newsprint to Trends in Public Opinion." (Toronto, 1946)
6 "Implications of the Electrical Industry to Public Opinion." (Toronto, 1947)
7 "The United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, CCL, C10" (Toronto, 1947?)
8 Notes, documents, for "The United Electrical.
9 Notes, papers from Innis seminar (Toronto, 1947/48)
10 "Enterprise and bureaucracy: The United States and Canada in the Nineteenth Century" (Toronto, 1949)

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C. Doctoral Dissertation n.d.
BoxFolder
31 Research Proposals
2 Dissertation Outlines
3 Dissertation Outlines
4 Photocopy of title page and introduction to Paul Phillips' published edition of the thesis, "Labour and Capital in Canada 1650-1860"
5 "Canadian Labor History in the Nineteenth Century”
6 "Canadian Labor History in the Nineteenth Century"
7 The Background of Labour Development: The Evolution of Canada's Economic Structure"
8 "The Background of Labour Development"
8 "Labor Organization in Canada"
9 "Wood, Wind and Water (ch.3?)"
10 Notes related to "Wood, Wind and Water"
11 "Ch.5 The Creation and Conditioning of a Working Class: Canal and Railroad Construction"
11 "The Cornwall Canal"
11 "The Rideau Canal"
12 "'(Preface? and) Introductory: On the Organization of a Labor Force"
13 "Cap[ital] Movements"
14 "The Development of Canada's Economic Structure"
15 "The Development of Canada's Economic Structure"
16 "Feudal"
17 "Fr[enchl C[ana]d[ia]ns"
18 "Immigration"
18 "The Labour Force: Migration and Ethnic Groups"
19 "Structure: the Foundations of the New Canadian Economy"
20 "Supp[lement?]"
21 Miscellaneous pages from thesis drafts
22 Miscellaneous notes

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D. Doctoral Dissertation: Documents 1947-1960 and n.d.
BoxFolder
41 Correspondence related to the dissertation, 1947-1960
2 Notes from papers of the Executive Council (Canada)
3-5 Notes from papers of the Provincial Secretary's Office(Canada)
6-8 Notes from Upper Canada Sundries
9 Notes on Emigration Statistics
10 Notes on Population Statistics
11 Photocopies of documents
12 Transcription of documents on the Canadian Labour Union
13 Transcription of documents on the Toronto Trades Assembly
14 Translation of Magna Carta
File Cards

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E. University of Manitoba. Dept. of Economics [ca. 1971]-1977 and n.d.
BoxFolder
51 "The Department of Economics, University of Manitoba: a Brief History"
2 Drafts, documents, correspondence related to the "Brief History"
3 "Course coverage and instruction, Department of Economics" (ca. 1971)
4 Documents on staffing, 1971/72
5 Correspondence on appointment of Department Head, 1977
6 Class records
7 Course outlines (numbered courses)
8 Course outlines: Labour Movements (United Kingdom, United States)
9 Course outlines: Labour Movements (Canada, Europe)
10 Course outlines: (extension courses, etc.)
11 Essay topics, seminar topics
12 Reading lists, bibliographies
13 Tests, examinations

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F. University of Manitoba - Administration [ca. 1952]-1976 and n.d.
BoxFolder
61-2 Proposal for Industrial Relations Centre 1966/67
3 "Measures of the Adequacy of Provincial Grants to the University of Manitoba 1927-1953"
4-5 Board of Governors. Committee to Report on the Operation of the Board in Relation to its Role. 1975-1977
6 Joint Committee to Study Faculty Responsibility and Discipline. Final Report. 1974
7-10 Joint Senate-Board Committee to Study Tenure Policy. 1972-75
11 Senate Committee on Sabbatical Leave. 1971
12 Faculty Council of Arts and Science. 1966
13-15 Association of the Academic Staff of the University of Manitoba. 1953-1971
16 University of Manitoba Faculty Association Certification. 1973
17 Draft by-law re: Political Activity of University Staff. [ca. 1953]
17 "An Enquiry into the Financial and Social Problems Arising from the Renting of Suites. . ." [ca. 1952]

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G. Education. Economics [ca. 1957]-1969 and n.d.
BoxFolder
71 "The Financing of Education in Manitoba" [ca. 1957]
2 "Seminar 66: Where do Students Fit into University Government?" 1966
3 University of Manitoba Graduate Students' Association. Conference on Higher Education. 1968
4 "Draft of Sections of Brief to the Duff Commission" [ca. 1965]
4 "Brief on University Government, AASUM, Corrections and Additions, May 1, 1966”
5 AASUM brief to the Commission on Relations between Universities and Governments. 1968-1969
6 Statements on Faculty Participation in University Government
7-8 Canadian Economic Association. Committee on Economic History
9 International Economic History Association
10 Miscellaneous Associations

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H. Population and Labour Supply 1964-1971 and n.d.
BoxFolder
81 "A Summary. Population and Labour Supply: England in the Eighteenth Century"
2 "Labour Supply and the Genesis of the Industrial Revolution. F Version"
3 "Labour Supply and Genesis of the Industrial Revolution. Version N"
4 "Labour Supply and the Genesis of the Industrial Revolution. Version 0"
5 "Labour Supply and the Industrial Revolution. X Version"
6 "Labour Supply in the Industrial Revolution"
7 "Population and Labour Supply: Britain in the Eighteenth Century"
8 "Population and Labour Supply: England in the Eighteenth Century"
9 "Population and Labour Supply: England in the Eighteenth Century"
10 "Population and Labour Supply: England in the Eighteenth Century"
11 "Population and Labour Supply: England in the Eighteenth Century"
12 "Population and Labour Supply: England in the Eighteenth Century"
13 Tables, charts for "Population and Labour Supply"
14 "Population and Labour Growth in Britain in the Eighteenth Century: Offprint from Proceedings of Third International Conference of Economic History, 1965"
15 Report and correspondence related to the "Population" studies. 1964-71

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I. Lapford Demographic Study [19-?]
BoxFolder
91 Lapford: drafts of texts
2-3 Lapford: statistical tables
4-5 Sussex parishes: tables, graphs
6 English village statistics
7 Lapford Families, 1570-1659
8 Lapford Families, 1660-1719
9 Lapford Families, 1720-1769
10 Lapford Families, 1770-1809
11 Lapford Families, 1810-1849
12 Lapford Families, aggregate, 1570-1739,
13 Lapford Families, aggregate, 1740-1849
14 Lapford Family Trees
15 Correspondence related to the Lapford Study

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J. Labour Relations Legislation 1959-1976
BoxFolder
101 Brandon Packers Strike: documents. 1959-1960
2 Brandon Packers Strike: U.P.F.A.W. brief to the Tritschler Commission. 1960
3 Brandon Packers Strike: MFL/WDLC reply to the Tritschler Report. 1962
4 Correspondence related to the Tritschler Report. 1962
5 Comments on the Tritschler Report
6 "Amendments to the Manitoba Labour Relations Act 1962"
7 Manitoba Labour Relations Act: documents
8 "Social Change and Legal Rigidity"
9 "Unions as Corporate Bodies: The Manitoba Case"
10 Liberal Party Labour Seminar. 1964
11 Rookes v. Barnard. 1964
12 Manitoba Labour Relations Act: briefs. 1976

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K. Task Force on Labour Relations. Study I (a) n.d.

"A Study of the Changing Social, Economic and Political Back-ground of the Canadian System of Industrial Relations"

BoxFolder
111 Study l(a): outline, notes etc.
2-4 Labour Gazette notes
5 Study l(a): ch. 1: draft
6 Study l(a): ch. 2: draft
7-9 Study l(a): ch. 3: draft
10-13 Study l(a): ch. 5: draft
14 Study l(a): ch. 6: draft

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L. Task Force on Labour Relations 1967 and n.d.
BoxFolder
121 Documents and correspondence related to the Task Force
2 "The Growth of White-Collar Unionism and Public Policy in Canada" by G.S. Bain
2 "The Nature and Character of Collective Bargaining in British Columbia" by S.M. Jamieson
2 "The Relationship between Law and Policy" by A.W.R. Carrothers
2 Binder of "Outlines of Projects". 1967

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M. Manitoba Rolling Mills Report 1968-1977 and n.d.
BoxFolder
131 "The Handling of Technological Change at Manitoba Rolling Mills: an Evaluation", preceded by summary: "Adjustment to Technological Change at Manitoba Rolling Mills" copy 1
2 "The Handling of Technological Change… with summary. copy 2
3 "The Handling of Technological Change. . copy 3
4 Draft of revision for publication, no. 1
5 Draft no. 2
6 Draft no. 3
7 Draft no. 4
BoxFolder
141 Correspondence, 1968-1977
2 Documents
3 Manitoba Rolling Mills booklets
4 Reports by Ron McLeod
5 Interviews of personnel
6 Report by M. Pogson
7 Report by T. Ryan
8 Related reports: OECD
9 Related reports: DOMTAR
10 Manpower Consultative Service

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N. Arbitration/Conciliation 1960-1976
BoxFolder
151-4 Falconbridge Nickel Mines, 1973-1976
5-8 Flyer Industries, 1974
9-10 Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission, 1960
11 Winnipeg Fire Fighters Association, 1967
12 Miscellaneous documents

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0. Arbitration/Conciliation; The Crowe Case 1958-1974
BoxFolder
161-2 Pelly Trail School Division, 1973
3 Pine Creek School Division, 1973
4 Rolling River School Division, 1974
5 Souris Valley School Division, 1973
6 The Crowe Case: correspondence, 1958-1959
7 The Crowe Case: documents
8 The Crowe Case: published articles
9 The Crowe Case: newsclippings

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P. Articles, Lectures, Etc. 1950-1974
BoxFolder
171 "American Devaluation and the Canadian Economy" 1973.

notes

2 "American Unionism and the Labour-Safety-Valve Theory"

3 copies

3 "Automation and Manpower Policy" 1966
4 "The Background of Inflation"
5 Brief to the Committee on Constitution and Structure, Canadian Labour Congress
6 "Can Canada have ' guaranteed full employment'?"
7 "Can We Make Prices Stand Still?"
8 "Canada should Introduce 'experience-rating' into Unemployment Insurance".

several drafts with variant titles

9 "The Canadian Industrial Relations System: Some Formative Factors" 1972.

2 copies, draft, notes

10 "Canadian Ownership and Cooperative Leadership" 1966
11 "Change in the Manitoba Economy" with related research papers
12 "Collective Bargaining for Professional Workers" 1967.

notes

13 "Co-operatives”
14 "Cooperatives and Canadian Ownership" 1965.

2 versions with variant titles

15 "Co-operatives and Canadian Ownership" and "How Foreign Owner ship Depresses the Canadian Economy" 1965.

published versions.

16 "The Cost of Improved Provision for Income Maintenance in Retirement"
17 "The Economic Case for Building a New Victoria General Hospital in Winnipeg in 1964"
18 "Economics and Health" 1967.

notes

19 "Effects of Social Ideas on Co-operative Activity" 1967
20 "Experience Rating in Unemployment Insurance?" 1961.

3 copies

21 "Foreign Ownership" 1967.

notes

22 "Foreign Ownership in Canada" 1967.

notes

23 "Foreign Ownership in Canada: the Bearing of Leverage and Bargaining Power"
24 "The Future of Cities" and "The History of Cities" 1968.

notes

25 "A Gift for Lady MacDonald" 1953
26 "The Guaranteed Annual Wage" 1956
27 "The Implications of the Welfare State", and "Practical Problems of the Welfare State", 1953, 1955.
28 "Industrial conflict and the Right to Strike" 1973
29 Inflation. 1960
30 "The Irish Workingman in Canada" 1956
31 "Is Canada Possible?" 1964.

2 copies

32 "Is Foreign Investment in Canada Really Necessary?" 1972.

notes

33 "Justice Freedman and the Freedman Report"
BoxFolder
181 Labor Co-op Seminar: "The Social and Economic Situation in Canada" and "The Evolution of Industrial Relations, Co-Operatives, and Unions", 1969
2 "Labor Supply and Economic Growth"
3 "A Long-term View of Unemployment"
4 "Manitoba" 1968.

notes

5 "The Meaning of Work from the Standpoint of the Economist" 1967.

notes

6 "The National Policy - Another View" 1953
7 "Nixon and Canada's Economic Survival" 1971.

copies and published version

8 "On the Tasks of Canadian Lab or History" and "On the Writing of Canadian Labor History"
9 "Physical Productivity in Canada 1935-1952" with galley proofs; and "Recent Productivity Changes in Canadian Manufacturing” 1953.
10 "Productivity and the Shorter Work Week" [1951?]
11 "The Productivity of Labor in Manitoba" 1952
12 "'Real' versus Structural Productivity Gains"
13 "Recent Developments in Economic History: Some Implications for Local and Regional History" 1967
14 Report on Office Automation: p. 37-47. 1965
15 Report on Office Automation: Research Materials
16 "A Note on the Capital Resources of Upper Canada" by H.G.J. Aitken, and "Further Observations on Capital in Canadian Development" by H.C.P. 1952
17 "The Role of Labour in Economic Planning for Canada" 1966

3 copies

18 "Some Manpower Perspectives" 1967.

notes

19 "The Structure of the Canadian Economy"

notes, outlines

20 "A Study of Foreign Investment in Canada" 1965-66.

Project proposals

21 "Study of Labour Skills in Manitoba" 1961.

outline, notes

22 "Taxation 1965"
23 "Techniques of Dispute Settlement Employed by the Winnipeg Electric Company" 1950.

notes

24 Unemployment Insurance. [1959?]
25 "Unions in Canada Today: The State of the Labour Movement" 1961.

2 copies

BoxFolder
191 Wages
2 "The Western Canadian Labour Movement 1897-1919" 1974.

2 copies

3 "The Western Canadian Labour Movement"

drafts

4 "The Western Canadian Labour Movement" correspondence
5 "What Good Are Revolting Women?" 1966
6 "Whence an Adequate Theory of Wages and Employment?" 1962
7 "The Winnipeg General Strike Revisited" and "Fifty Years After: The Winnipeg General Strike" 1969

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Q. Radio Talks [1966?]-1969
BoxFolder
198 "Tensions in the C.L.C." May/June [1966?]
9 "Labour Issues in the Manitoba Election Campaign" May/June 1966
10 "Reforming the Labour Laws: Some Winnipeg Aspects" September 1966
11 "Recent Wage Changes and Manitoba's Place" November, [1966?]
12 "Foremen's Unions" December 1966
13 "The Nelson River Agreement" [1966?]
14 "Stabbing at the Problem of Technological Change" January [1967?]
15 "To Immigrate or Not to Immigrate?" February 1967
16 "Injunctions" March 1967
17 "Wage Parity: A Viewpoint" March [1967?]
18 "The Right to Picket" April 1967
19 "Wage Parity for Canadians" May [1967?]
20 "Is Compulsory Arbitration a Solution?" July 1967
21 "Unemployment Insurance or Indiscriminate Taxation?" August 1967
22 "Manpower Training" September 1967
23 "A Two-Nations Labour Relations Board" December 1967
24 "The Rights of Public Employees" February 1968
25 Manitoba's Teachers. April 1968
26 "Management Rights" April 1968
27 "'Opting Out' and the Canadian Welfare" August 1968
28 "The Lakehead Grainhandlers Strike" July 1968
29 "The TED Commission" April 1969

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R. Lecture Notes, Handouts, Reviews 1949 and n.d.
BoxFolder
201 Workers' Educational Association lectures. 1949
2-3 Topical handouts (for W.E.A. lectures?)
4-5 Topical handouts (for University of Manitoba lectures?)

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S. Book Reviews, Evaluations n.d.
BoxFolder
206 The American Labor Movement, ed. by D. Brody
7 Gompers in Canada. R. Babcock
8 The Strength of the University. C. Bissell
8 Farewell the Ivory Tower. J.A. Corry
9 Capitalism and the National Question in Canada. ed. G. Teeple
10 International Unionism. J. Crispo
10 Foreign Ownership of Canadian Industry. A.E. Safarian
10 The Protective Tariff in Canada's Development. J.H. Dales
11 The Famine Emigration from Ireland
12 Labour Organizations. Fric
13 Morvern Transformed. P. Gaskell
14 Canadian Labour in Politics. G. Horowitz
15 The Development of Class in Canada in the Twentieth Century.L. Johnson
16 The Canadian Nickel Industry. O.W. Main
17 The Upper Canada Trade. D. McCalla
18 History of Canadian Wealth. G. Myers
19 The Canadian Commercial Revolution. G.N. Tucker
20 Studies in the History of Capitalism in Canada. M.H. Watkins

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T. Notes on Readings n.d.
BoxFolder
211 Oregon thesis: Monographs
2 Oregon thesis: reports, etc.
3 Oregon thesis: articles
4 Malthus; Mill; Veblen; Smart
5-6 Canadian Unions
7 Feudal Labour
8 Radio Broadcasting
9 Wages
10 Miscellaneous: authors A﷓L
11 Miscellaneous: authors M-Z

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U. Newsclippings n.d.
BoxFolder
221 Automation
2 Communism/Anti-Communism
3 Co-Operatives
4 Education - Manitoba
5 Foreign Exchange; Foreign Trade
6 Foreign Ownership
7 Human Rights
8 Labour Force
9 Labour Legislation
10 Labour Legislation: Arbitration, Injunctions
11 Labour Legislation - Manitoba
12 Manitoba Industries
13 Manitoba Labour Board
14 Medicare
15 Persons
16 Quebec Separatism
17 Strikes
18 Unemployment Insurance
19 Union/Worker Disputes
20 Unions
21 Unions: White Collar Workers
22 Universities
23 University of Manitoba
24 Wages
25 Miscellaneous

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V. Papers, Etc. By Students n.d.
BoxFolder
231 Unidentified
2-4 M.S. Aftanas
5-8 J. Atwell
9-15 G.S. Bain
16-18 C. Beal
19 B. Cameron
20-22 V. Carefoot
23 B.E. Cropo
BoxFolder
241 M. Delteil
2-3 A.B. Dillery
4 A. Donner
5-9 A.C. Dow
10-12 B. Dryburgh
13 H.R. Harmatz
14-16 Z. Johnson
17 B. Knazan
18 A. MacKenzie
19-22 K. Mancer
23 B. Mason
BoxFolder
251-4 L. Orlikow
5 H. Patel
6-8 J.C. Ramlackhan
9-11 M.W. Rennie
12-14 C.F.J. Richards
15-17 R.G. Rothney
18 M.L. Rowan
19 R. Sallee
20 C.K. Shepherd
21-24 C. Swan
25-26 G.F. Whittaker

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W. Miscellaneous Papers: by Author n.d.
BoxFolder
261 D. Alexander
2 F.H. Armstrong; J. Atwell
3 T. Buck
4 K.J. Charles
5 H.S. Crowe
6 D.E.C. Eversley
7 M.W. Fahrig
8 G. Friesen
9 C. Gonick
10 W. Hamilton
11 R.L. Heilbroner
12 T.F. Hercus
13 J. Jeffery
14 L.A. Johnson
15 E. Levin
16 I.F. Lipnowski and D. Metcalf
17 Manitoba Labour-Management Review Committee
18 P.A. Phillips
19 G. Schonning
20 N. Swan
21 A.M.C. Waterman
22 K.J. Whitwell

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X. Miscellaneous Papers: by Topic n.d.
BoxFolder
271 Canada Pension Plan
2 "The Piper and the Tune": a conference on Education Finance
3 Polymer Corporation Ltd.
4 Manitoba. Commission on Targets for Economic Development
5-6 Wages-Canada
7 Cost of Living - Netherlands
8 Association of United Ukrainian Canadians
9 Miscellaneous Bulletins, etc.

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Chronological Index to the Correspondence
BoxFolder
12 1933 May 3 J.R. Reid "to whom it may concern"
2 1939 Aug. 17 C.W. Wickett "to whom it may concern"
2 1940 Aug. 13 J.H. McIntosh to American Consul General, Winnipeg
BoxFolder
39 1941 May 7 H.C.P. to J.A. Panter
9 1941 July 14 J.H. Aitchison to HCP
9 1941 July 16 L.C. Marsh to HCP
9 1941 Nov. 13 H.C.P. to E.H. Boalch
16 1946 Jan. ? H.C.P. to Registrar, University of Toronto
16 1946 Feb. 1 H.C.P. to H.A. Innis
BoxFolder
277 1946 Feb. 8 J. Tinbergen to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
39 1946 Feb. 13 V.W. Bladen to H.C.P.
9 1946 Apr. 3 H.C.P. to N. Mackenzie
9 1946 Apr. 24 H.C.P. to Dept. of Veterans' Affairs
BoxFolder
12 1946 Dec. 19 H.C.P. to H.M. Turner
BoxFolder
316 1947 Apr. 7 N. Mackenzie to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
41 1947 Aug. 22 Paul North Rice to H.C.P.
1 1947 Oct. 17 Robert M. Hamilton to H.C.P. Jack Richardson to H.C.P.
1 1947 Nov. 4 Conrad M. Arensberg to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
39 1948 June 6 H.C.P. to Dorothy Henderson
BoxFolder
12 1948 June 25 James Rogers to H.C.P.
2 1948 July 16 James Rogers to H.C.P.
2 1948 July 27 James Rogers to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
39 1948 Aug. 12 H.C.P. to James Rogers
9 1948 Aug. ? James Rogers to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
41 1948 Nov. 12 George B. Engberg to H.C.P.
1 1948 Dec. 18 Freda F. Waldon to H.C.P.
1 1949 Jan. 8 Freda F. Waldon to H.C.P.
1 1949 Jan. 20 James J. Talman to H.C.P.
1 1949 Jan. 27 Thos. W.D. Farmer to H.C.P.
1 1949 Feb. 10 H.C.P. to Allan Donnell
BoxFolder
39 1949 Mar. 16 H.C.P. to R.E.G. Davis
9 1949 Mar. 21 H.C.P. to Imperial Bank, Brandon
BoxFolder
12 1949 Apr. 6 D.C. Rowat to H.C.P.
2 1949 Apr. 27 H.C.P. to R.E.G. Davis
BoxFolder
41 1949 Aug. 16 Norah Story to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
12 1950 Mar. 20 H.L. Thompson to H.C.P.
2 1950 Mar. 23 Andrew A. Dodds to H.C.P.
2 1950 May 1 H.C.P. to W.E. Duffett
2 1950 May 10 M. Keightley to H.C.P.
2 1950 June 21 C. Meredith Jones to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1821 1950 Sept. 28 Maxwell Cohen to H.C.P.
23 1950 Oct. 15 H.C.P. to Maxwell Cohen
23 1951 Apr. 19 N.C.P. to Maxwell Cohen
BoxFolder
13 1951 Apr. 26 Robert Verner to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
189 1952 Jan. 18 George V. Haythorne to H.C.P.
23 1952 Feb. 27 Maxwell Cohen to H.C.P.
23 1952 March 5 H.C.P. to Maxwell Cohen
23 1952 March 5 H.C.P. to W.J. Waines
23 1952 March ? Terrill Hercus? to -
16 1952 May 26 Hugh Aitken to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
41 1952 Sept. 9 Norah Story to H.C.P.
1 1952 Sept. 20 H.C.P. to W. Kaye Lamb
BoxFolder
614 1952 Oct. 1 W.P. Thompson to A.N. Campbell
BoxFolder
1811 1952 Dec. 18 H.C.P. to H.A. Luckhurst
16 1952 Dec. 21 H.C.P. to G.A. Elliott
16 1952 Dec. 21 H.C.P. to Hugh Aitken
9 1952 Dec. 22 H. Hill to H.C.P.
16 1953 Jan. 15 Hugh Aitken to H.C.P.
16 1953 Jan. 19 G.A. Elliott to H.C.P.
16 1953 Jan. 25 H.C.P. to Hugh Aitken
BoxFolder
614 1953 Jan. 25 H.C.P. to Hugh Aitken
BoxFolder
1816 1953 Jan. 26 Hugh Aitken to H.C.P.
16 1953 Feb. 28 H.C.P. to G.A. Elliott
16 1953 Mar. 31 G.A. Elliott to H.C.P.
6 1953 July 6 H.C.P. to G.A. Elliott
6 1953 July 6 H.C.P. to V.C. Fowke
9 1953 July 29 H.C.P. to Editor, Canadian Statistical Review
16 1953 July 31 H.C.P. to William Hood
9 1953 Aug. 15 Clarence [Barber?] to H.C.P.
6 1953 Aug. 29 V.C. Fowke to H.C.P.
6 1953 Sept. 11 S.D. Clark to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1725 1953 Sept. 15 H.C.P. to Canadianecdotes, McLean's Magazine
BoxFolder
613 1953 Sept. 30 H.C.P. to F.S. Howes
13 1953 Oct. 12 F.S. Howes to H.C.P.
13 1953 Oct. 22 H.C.P. to H.B. Mayo
BoxFolder
189 1953 Oct. 31 H.C.P. to Editor, Economic Journal
BoxFolder
613 1953 Nov. 20 Doris B. Saunders to A.A.S.U.M. members
BoxFolder
189 1953 Dec. 7 R.F. Harrod to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
613 1953 Jan. 2 H.C.P. to R. Glover
13 1953 Jan. 2 H.C.P. to Sol Sinclair
13 1954 Jan. 5 R. Glover to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
317 1954 May 17 G.H. Boyes to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
41 1954 Dec. 22 H.C.P. to Gerald N. Grob
BoxFolder
1726 1956 Apr. 19 J.M. Parker to H.C.P.
26 1956 Apr. 21 H.C.P. to J.M. Parker
BoxFolder
13 1956 Apr. 22 H.C.P. to Secretary Treasurer, C.P.S.A.
BoxFolder
1726 1956 Apr. 25 J.M. Parker to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
13 1956 May 24 H.C.P. to Albert Faucher
3 1957 July 10 Bruce MacQueen Springbett to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
166 1958 Oct. 1 Allan H. Watson to Kenneth McNaught
6 1958 Nov. 27 Wilfred C. Lockhart to Kenneth McNaught
6 1959 Jan. 20 H.C.P. to A.C. Forrest
6 1959 Jan. 24 H.C.P. to Editor, Saturday Night
6 1959 Jan. 26 Ernest E. Long to H.C.P.
6 1959 Jan. 27 A.C. Forrest to H.C.P.
6 1959 Feb. 9 H.C.P. to Jack Kent Cooke
6 1959 Feb. 9 H.C.P. to Editor, Saturday Night
6 1959 Feb. 21 H.S. Crowe to H.C.P.
6 1959 Feb. 28 Brough Macpherson to H.C.P.
6 1959 Mar. 4 H.C.P. to Brough Macpherson
6 1959 Mar. 22 H.C.P. to Gordon Turner
6 1959 Mar. 31 Gord Turner to H.C.P.
6 1959 Apr. 2 Brough Macpherson to H.C.P.
6 1959 Apr. 7 H.C.P. to Editor, Maclean's Magazine
6 1959 Apr. 14 Ian Sclanders to H.C.P.
6 1959 Apr. 28 H.C.P. to Gordon Turner
6 1959 May 4 Gordon Turner to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
614 1959 July 21 H.C.P. to Stewart Reid
BoxFolder
1729 1960 Feb. 12 Martin Goodman to H.C.P.
29 1960 Feb. 19 H.C.P. to Martin Goodman
BoxFolder
14 1960 Mar. 8 Gerald Tulchinsky to H.C.P.
4 1960 Mar. 12 H.C.P. to Gerald Tulchinsky
4 1960 Apr. 5 Gerald Tulchinsky to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
41 1960 May 3 W.T. Easterbrook to H.C.P.
1 1960 May 13 H.C.P. to W.T. Easterbrook
BoxFolder
101 1960 May 13 J.B. Carroll to J. Wilford
BoxFolder
159 1960 May 26 W. Steward Martin to H.C.P
BoxFolder
102 1960 Aug. 60 Duff Roblin to Jimmy James
BoxFolder
41 1960 ? Alex E. to Easterbrook
1 1960 ? Harold A. Innis to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
14 1961 Jan. 19 H.C.P. to Walter Hlady
4 1961 Jan. 19 H.C.P. to W. Dunning
4 1961 June 2 Aranka E. Kovacs to H.C.P.
5 1961 Oct. 30 Harry S. Crowe to H.C.P.
5 1961 Nov. 10 H.C.P. to Harry S. Crowe
5 1961 Nov. 14 Harry S. Crowe to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1821 1961 Dec. 28 H.C.P. to R.E. Grose
BoxFolder
104 1962 Jan. 9 Leon Mitchell to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1821 1962 Jan. 12 R.E. Grose to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
104 1962 Feb. 6 George MacDowell to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1821 1962 Feb. 7 R.E. Grose to H.C.P.
21 1962 Mar. 12 H.C.P. to Kenneth Narvey
21 1962 Mar. 26 Kenneth M. Narvey to H.C.P.
21 1962 Apr. 18 R.E. Grose to H.C.P.
21 1962 Apr.~24 H.C.P. to R.E. Grose
BoxFolder
104 1962 Apr. 26 H.C.P. to J. Lenglet
BoxFolder
1821 1962 Apr. 30 R.E. Grose to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2315 1962 Apr. ? H.C.P. to George Bain
BoxFolder
104 1962 May 2 John Lenglet to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
166 1959 Apr. 7 H.C.P. to Editor, Maclean's Magazine
6 1959 Apr. 14 Ian Sclanders to H.C.P.
6 1959 Apr. 28 H.C.P. to Gordon Turner
6 1959 May 4 Gordon Turner to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
614 1959 July 21 H.C.P. to Stewart Reid
BoxFolder
1729 1960 Feb. 12 Martin Goodman to H.C.P.
29 1960 Feb. 19 H.C.P. to Martin Goodman
BoxFolder
14 1960 Mar. 8 Gerald Tulchinsky to H.C.P.
4 1960 Mar. 12 H.C.P. to Gerald Tulchinsky
4 1960 Apr. 5 Gerald Tulchinsky to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
41 1960 May 3 W.T. Easterbrook to H.C.P.
1 1960 May 13 H.C.P. to W.T. Easterbrook
BoxFolder
101 1960 May 13 J.B. Carroll to J. Wilford
BoxFolder
159 1960 May 26 W. Steward Martin to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
102 1960 Aug. 60 Duff Roblin to Jimmy James
BoxFolder
41 1960 ? Alex E. to Easterbrook
1 1960 ? Harold A. Innis to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
14 1961 Jan. 19 H.C.P. to Walter Hlady
4 1961 Jan. 19 H.C.P. to W. Dunning
4 1961 June 2 Aranka E. Kovacs to H.C.P.
5 1961 Oct. 30 Harry S. Crowe to H.C.P.
5 1961 Nov. 10 H.C.P. to Harry S. Crowe
5 1961 Nov. 14 Harry S. Crowe to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1821 1961 Dec. 28 H.C.P. to R.E. Grose
BoxFolder
104 1962 Jan. 9 Leon Mitchell to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1821 1962 Jan. 12 R.E. Grose to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
104 1962 Feb. 6 George MacDowell to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1821 1962 Feb. 7 R.E. Grose to H.C.P.
21 1962 Mar. 12 H.C.P. to Kenneth Narvey
21 1962 Mar. 26 Kenneth M. Narvey to H.C.P.
21 1962 Apr. 18 R.E. Grose to H.C.P.
21 1962 Apr.~24 H.C.P. to R.E. Grose
BoxFolder
104 1962 Apr. 26 H.C.P. to J. Lenglet
BoxFolder
1821 1962 Apr. 30 R.E. Grose to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2315 1962 Apr. ? H.C.P. to George Bain
BoxFolder
104 1962 May 2 John Lenglet to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
17 1964 Aug. 21 J. Henripin to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2011 1964 Nov. 26 Jean Burnet to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
17 1964 Nov. 26 Jean Burnet to H.C.P.
7 1964 Nov. 26 Frank Syms to H.C.P.
8 1965 Mar. 12 Laval Fortier to H.C.P.
8 1965 Mar. 19 H.C.P. to Laval Fortier
BoxFolder
1817 1965 Sept. 21 J.S. Grafstein to H.C.P.
17 1965 Sept. 24 H.C.P. to J.S. Grafstein
17 1965 Sept. 29 J.S. Grafstein to H.C.P.
17 1965 Oct. 26 H.C.P. to J.S. Grafstein
17 1965 Nov. 3 Jerry Grafstein to H.C.P.
20 1965 Nov. 9 H.C.P. to Canada Council
BoxFolder
615 1965 Nov. 25 H.C.P. to Editor, AASUM Bulletin
BoxFolder
1817 1966 Jan. 4 Jerry Grafstein to H.C.P.
17 1966 Jan. 24 H.C.P. to J. Grafstein
17 1966 Jan. 28 Jerry Grafstein to H.C.P.
20 1966 Feb. 5 H.C.P. to Chairman, Canada Council
17 1966 Feb. 15 H.C.P. to Jerry Grafstein
20 1966 Feb. 17 C.W. Gonick to C.L. Barber, H.C.P.
BoxFolder
815 1966 Mar. 25 [?] Castle to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1820 1966 Mar. 25 C.L. Barber, H.C.P., Cy Gonick to Canada Council
BoxFolder
1733 1966 Apr. 4 T.F. Hercus to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1820 1966 Apr. 6 B.L. Funt to Jean Boucher
BoxFolder
1733 1966 Apr. 20 H.C.P. to Terry Hercus
33 1966 May 9 T.F. Hercus to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1820 1966 June 3 Andre Fortier to C.L. Barber
BoxFolder
1733 1966 June 16 A.H. Mackling to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1817 1966 June 21 Jerry Grafstein to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
19 66 June 25 H.C.P. to Director, Prairie Region, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
BoxFolder
1820 1966 June 29 C.L. Barber to Jean Boucher
20 1966 June ? H.C.P. to Walter Gordon
BoxFolder
1733 1966 July 5 T.F. Hercus to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
19 1966 July 6 Ed Safarian to H.C.P. Cy W. Gonick to H.C.P.
9 1966 July 6 Cy W. Gonick to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1733 1966 July 16 H.C.P. to W.H. Barker
BoxFolder
1817 1966 July 18 H.C.P. to Jerry Grafstein
17 1966 July 26 Jerry Grafstein to H.C.P.
20 1966 July 26 Jean Boucher to C.L. Barber
BoxFolder
1733 1966 Aug. 12 T.F. Hercus to H.C.P.
33 1966 Sept 9 T.F. Hercus to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
72 1966 Sept. 21 John Patrick to President, Faculty Assoc.
BoxFolder
1910 1966 Sept. 28 H.D. Woods to H.C.P.
16 1966 Sept. 30 H.C.P. to Editor, Winnipeg Free Press
BoxFolder
1731 1966 Oct. 5 L.C. Clark to H.C.P.
31 1966 Oct. 6 H.C.P. to L.C. Clark
31 1966 Oct. 13 Lovell Clark to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
195 1966 Oct. 24 Frank Syms to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
72 1966 Oct. 25 Marion B. Smith to H.C.P.
2 1966 Nov. I H.C.P. to John Patrick
BoxFolder
175 1966 Nov. 7 A.L. Hepworth to H.C.P.
33 1966 Nov. 22 W.S. Drinkwater to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
61 1966 Nov. 23 W.S. Dunlop to Hugh H. Saunderson
BoxFolder
1733 1966 Nov. 28 H.C.P. to W.S. Drinkwater
BoxFolder
61 1966 Dec. 6 H.H. Saunderson to W.S. Dunlop
BoxFolder
111 1967? H.C.P. to Professor Drummond
BoxFolder
1820 1967 Jan. 4 H.C.P. to Kathleen Richardson
BoxFolder
1718 1967 Jan. 5 H.C.P. to Miss M.M. McLeod
BoxFolder
110 1967 Jan. 17 J. Percy Smith to H.C.P.
10 1967 Jan. 27 J. Percy Smith to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
61 1967 Jan. 31 H.C.P. to Tait Montague
1 1967 Jan. 31 H.C.P. to John Crispo
1 1967 Feb. 7 John H.G. Crispo to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
110 1967 Feb. 14 H.C.P. to Percy Smith
BoxFolder
61 1967 Feb. 28 H.C.P. to J.D. Mundie, C.L. Barber
1 1967 Mar. 2 J. Tait Montague to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1722 1967 Mar. 18 L.S. Evans to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1916 1967 Mar. 20 Sam Breen to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
111 1967 Apr. Richard J. Stanburg, Gabriel Lapointe to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1719 1967 Apr. 19 T.D. Harris to H.C.P.
19 1967 Apr. 20 H.C.P. to T.D. Harris
BoxFolder
111 1967 Apr. 22 H.C.P. to Co-Chairmen, Standing Policy Committee, Liberal Federation of Canada
BoxFolder
61 1967 May 16 Hugh H. Saunderson to Duff Roblin
1 1967 May 29 W.A. Westley to Harry Duckworth
BoxFolder
1712 1967 June 16 H.W. Dale to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1511 1967 June 23 John Melnick to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
61 1967 June 26 Harry E. Duckworth to W.A. Westley
1 1967 June 28 H.D. Woods to H.E. Duckworth
1 1967 July 4 Harry E. Duckworth to H.D. Woods
BoxFolder
2010 1967 July 19 H.C.P. to Ramsay Cook, R. Craig Brown
BoxFolder
61 1967 July 24 H.C.P. to H.E. Duckworth
BoxFolder
1921 1967 Aug. 18 George V. Haythorne to H.C.P.
21 1967 Sept. 6 H.C.P. to George V. Haythorne
BoxFolder
61 1967 Sept. 22 H.C.P. to H.E. Duckworth
BoxFolder
1922 1967 Oct. 5 Jean W. Edmonds to H.C.P.
22 1967 Oct. 8 H.C.P. to Jean Edmonds
BoxFolder
185 1967 Oct. 12 Phyllis M. Large to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1922 1967 Oct. 13 Jean W. Edmonds to H.C.P.
22 1967 Oct. 17 H.C.P. to Jean W. Edmonds
BoxFolder
112 1967 Oct. 30 H.C.P. to Lovell Clark
12 1967 Nov. 29 Noah M. Meltz to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2622 1967 Dec. ? Ken Whitwell to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1923 1967 Dec. 15 H.C.P. to Dudley Magnus
BoxFolder
2622 1967 Dec. 22 H.C.P. to Kenneth J. Whitwell
BoxFolder
1923 1968 Jan. 3 Jacques Pigeon to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
112 1968 Jan. 5 Noah M. Meltz to H.C.P.
13 1968 Jan. 10 H.C.P. to Allan MacEachen
13 1968 Jan. 29 Allan J. MacEachen to H.C.P.
13 1968 Feb. 2 H.C.P. to Allan J. MacEachen
BoxFolder
1711 1968 Mar. 11 Gordon Lawson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1925 1968 Apr. 5 G.J. Strang to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
141 1968 May 27 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2014 1968 May 31 Abe Rotstein to H.C.P.
14 1968 June 20 Abe Rotstein to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
141 1968 June 24 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1968 July 2 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2014 1968 July 9 H.C.P. to Abe Rotstein
BoxFolder
141 1968 July 23 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1968 Aug. 7 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1968 Aug. 15 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1928 1968 Aug. 15 A.S. Leach to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
141 1968 Sept. 3 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1968 Sept. 18 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
114 1968 Sept. 27 C.K. Shepherd to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
141 1968 Sept. 29 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
BoxFolder
181 1968 Oct. 1 Jack F. Midmore to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
1724 1968 Oct. 4 H.C.P. to A.N. Sengupta
BoxFolder
181 1968 Oct. 4 H.C.P. to J.F. Midmore
BoxFolder
141 1968 Oct. 7 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
1 1968 Oct. 9 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
BoxFolder
1724 1968 Oct. 15 H.C.P. to A.N. Sengupta
BoxFolder
181 1968 Oct. 18 Larry Wagg, Jack Midmore to H.C.P.
1 1968 Oct. 29 H.C.P. to Larry Wagg, Jack Midmore
BoxFolder
141 1968 Oct. 31 Louis-Marie Tremblay to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2517 1968 Nov. 4 H.C.P. to K.J. Charles
BoxFolder
75 1968 Nov. 5 Charles Dowse to H.C.P.
5 1968 Nov. 6 H.P.C. to Charles Dowse
BoxFolder
2517 1968 Nov. 6 K.J. Charles to H.C.P.
17 1968 Nov. 7 John Ryan to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
181 1968 Nov. 12 Jack Midmore to H.C.P.
1 1968 Nov. 23 H.C.P. to J.F. Midmore
BoxFolder
141 1968 Nov. 27 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
BoxFolder
75 1968 Dec. 16 H.C.P. to Charles Dowse et al.
BoxFolder
141 1968 Dec. 23 H.C.P. to Ron McLeod
1 1969 Jan. 21 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1969 Jan. 31 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
1 1969 Feb. 4 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1969 Feb. 17 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
75 1969 Feb. 25 W.J. Condo to Mrs. D. Forster
BoxFolder
114 1969 Mar. 21 Louis-Marie Tremblay to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
77 1969 Apr. 22 A.M. Sinclair to members of the Committee on Economic History
7 1969 May 2 H.C.P. to J.F. Bergier
BoxFolder
197 1969 May 30 H.C.P. to Cy Gonick
BoxFolder
141 1969 July 9 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
1 1969 July 15 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1969 July 17 Milton Pogson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
114 1969 July 28 John Banks to H.H. Saunderson
BoxFolder
141 1969 July 28 Cam Shepherd to H.C.P.
1 1969 Aug. 5 H.C.P. to Milton Pogson
1 1969 Aug. 8 Milton Pogson to H.C.P.
1 1969 Aug. 12 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1969 Sept. 12 R.H. Marshall to H.C.P.
1 1969 Sept. 16 H.C.P. to Ron [McLeod]
1 1969 Sept. 16 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
1 1969 Sept. 20 H.C.P. to Barbara [Pearson ]
BoxFolder
915 1969 Oct. 25 H.C.P. to E.A. Wrigley
15 1969 Oct. 30 E.A. Wrigley to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
121 1969 Nov. 3 H.A. Wilson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
915 1969 Nov. 13 P.A. Kennedy to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
141 1969 Dec. 1 Mary Harvey to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
915 1969 Dec. 5 H.C.P. to Public Record Office, London
BoxFolder
141 1969 Dec. 5 H.C.P. to Mary Harvey
BoxFolder
121 1969 Dec. 11 H.C.P. to H.A. Wilson
BoxFolder
141 1969 Dec. 12 Mary Harvey to H.C.P.
1 1969 Dec. 20 H.C.P. to Mary Harvey
1 1969 Dec. 21 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
BoxFolder
115 1969 Dec. 31 Peter Mathias to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
915 1970 Jan. 6 Mrs. M. Mosedale to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
115 1970 Jan. 12 H.C.P. to Peter Mathias
15 1970 Jan. 12 Peter Mathias to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
141 1970 Jan. 14 H.C.P. to R.H. Marshall
BoxFolder
115 1970 Jan. 19 Peter Mathias to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
121 1970 Jan. 22 H.A. Wilson,,to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
115 1970 Jan. 28 H.C.P. to Peter Mathias
BoxFolder
79 1970 June 1 Herman van der Wee to J. Madden
9 1970 Aug. 22 Herman van der Wee to J. Madden
BoxFolder
141 1970 Oct. 20 Gail P. Graser to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
77 1970 Nov. 9 A.M. Sinclair to C.E.H. Members
7 1970 Nov. 9 A.M. Sinclair to Gilles Paquet
BoxFolder
815 1971 Jan. ? David [Eversley] to H.C.P.
15 1971 Jan. 22 H.C.P. to Herman van der Wee
BoxFolder
116 1971 Feb. 10 Allan R. Reed to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
815 1971 Feb. 11 H. Van der Wee to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
76 1971 Feb. 18 H.C.P. to R. Armatage
BoxFolder
815 1971 Feb. 24 H.C.P. to Herman van der Wee
BoxFolder
615 1971 Mar. 10 H.C.P. to members of Economics Department
15 1971 Mar. ? H.C.P., Dale Gibson to U.M. faculty members
11 1971 May 3 H.C.P. to D.J. McCarthy
BoxFolder
118 1971 May 19 W.A. Case, W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
18 1971 May 22 H.C.P. to W.A. Case, W.L. Hudson
18 1971 May 26 W.A. Case to H.C.P.
18 1971 May 27 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2018 1971 May 31 Michael Bliss to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
611 1971 May ? H.C.P. to W.R. Wall
BoxFolder
2018 1971 June 14 H.C.P. to Michael Bliss
19 1971 June 21 Dorothy S. Brady to H.C.P.
18 1971 June 23 Michael Bliss to H.C.P.
19 1971 June 30 H.C.P. to Dorothy S. Brady
BoxFolder
118 1971 July 8 William Kennedy, J.A. Harris to H.C.P.
18 1971 July 10 H.C.P. to William Kennedy, J.G. Harris
BoxFolder
2019 1971 July 24 Dorothy S. Brady to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
117 1971 July 27 H.C.P. to Howard Pawley
17 1971 July 28 H.C.P. to Editor, Co-operative Consumer
BoxFolder
2018 1971 Aug. 4 Gerald Hallowell to H.C.P.
19 1971 Aug. 17 H.C.P. to McClelland and Stewart
BoxFolder
117 1971 Aug. 20 Dennis W. Adkin to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2019 1971 Aug. 20 Helen Marlow to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
117 1971 Aug. 23 H.C.P. to D.W. Adkin
BoxFolder
2019 1971 Aug. 30 H.C.P. to Dorothy S. Brady
BoxFolder
815 1971 Sept. 7 D.E.C. Eversley to H.C.P.
15 1971 Sept. 16 H.C.P. to H. van der Wee
15 1971 Sept. 22 H. van der Wee to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
118 1971 Oct. 5 J.A. Harris to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2018 1971 Dec. 13 Michael Bliss to H.C.P.
18 1971 Dec. 17 H.C.P. to Michael Bliss
18 1971 Dec. 19 Jim Lorimer to H.C.P.
18 1971 Dec. 26 H.C.P. to James Lorimer
18 1971 Dec. 26 H.C.P. to Michael Bliss
BoxFolder
54 1971 Dec. 29 D.J. McCarthy to W.M. Sibley
BoxFolder
206 1971 Dec. ? M.G. Dagenais to H.C.P.
18 1972 Jan. 3 Michael Bliss to H.C.P.
18 1972 Jan. 7 H.C.P. to Michael Bliss
BoxFolder
77 1972 Jan. 18 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2018 1972 Jan. 24 Stanley Ryerson to H.C.P.
18 1972 Feb. 2 H.C.P. to Stanley Ryerson
6 1972 Feb. 9 H.C.P. to Marcel G. Dagenais
18 1972 Feb. 11 R.I.K. Davidson to H.C.P.
18 1972 Feb. 15 H.C.P. to R.I.K. Davidson
BoxFolder
119 1972 Apr. 14 H.C.P. to Martin O'Connell
19 1972 Apr. 26 Martin O'Connell to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2018 1972 May 2 H.C.P. to Abe Rotstein
18 1972 May 2 H.C.P. to R.I.K. Davidson
BoxFolder
119 1972 May 4 H.C.P. to Martin O'Connell
BoxFolder
2018 1972 May 8 R. K. Davidson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
119 1972 May 17 Martin O'Connell to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
54 1972 June 8 Clarence L. Barber to D.J. McCarthy
4 1972 June 12 D.J. McCarthy to Clarence L. Barber
4 1972 June 13 C.L. Barber to D.J. McCarthy
4 1972 June 13 D.J. McCarthy to C.L. Barber
4 1972 June 27 Ernest Sirluck to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
206 1972 Aug. 4 H.C.P. to Alison Adair
BoxFolder
77 1972 Oct. 26 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
7 1972 Nov. 1 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
7 1972 Nov. 6 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
194 1972 Nov. 17 Paul Phillips to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
77 1972 Nov. 18 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
7 1972 Dec. 4 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
7 1972 Dec. 4 E. Baumgarten to H.C.P.
7 1972 Dec. 14 H.C.P. to Walker House Hotel
7 1972 Dec. 30 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
BoxFolder
67 1972 ? Norm Cameron to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
78 1973 Jan. 9 Gideon Rosenbluth to Robin Neill
8 1973 Jan. 10 H.C.P. to Peter Mathias
BoxFolder
209 1973 Jan. 15 Abe Rotstein to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
78 1973 Jan. 16 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
8 1973 Jan. 18 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
8 1973 Jan. 22 Peter Mathias to H.C.P.
8 1973 Jan. 23 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
8 1973 Jan. 30 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
8 1973 Jan. 30 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
8 1973 Jan. 31 Jean F. Bergier to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
194 1973 Feb. 5 Paul Phillips to [H.C.P. et al]
BoxFolder
78 1973 Feb. 6 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
8 1973 Feb. 8 H.C.P. to J.F. Bergier
8 1973 Feb. 10 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
8 1973 Feb. 10 H.C.P. to Peter Mathias
BoxFolder
120 1973 Feb. 13 H.C.P. to M.H. Watkins
BoxFolder
78 1973 Feb. 21 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
118 1973 Feb. 26 W.A. Case, W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
18 1973 Mar. 6 H.C.P. to W.A. Case, W.L. Hudson
BoxFolder
194 1973 Mar. 9 Paul Phillips to [H.C.P. et al]
BoxFolder
118 1973 Mar. 15 W. Reske to H.C.P.
18 1973 Mar. 21 H.C.P. to W. Reske
BoxFolder
78 1973 Mar. 26 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
8 1973 Mar. 28 J.F. Bergier to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
209 1973 Apr. 11 Abe Rotstein to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
161 1973 Apr. 18 Howard J. Loewen to Ben Hanuschak
BoxFolder
78 1973 Apr. 27 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
161 1973 May 3 J.J. Oliphant to H.C.P.
1 1973 May 3 J.J. Oliphant to Ben Hanuschak
1 1973 May 4 H.C.P. to Ben Hanuschak
1 1973 May 8 H.C.P. to J.J. Oliphant
BoxFolder
79 1973 May 9 Jean-Francois Bergier to Gilles Paquet
BoxFolder
161 1973 May 9 Ben Hanuschak to S. Freedman
1 1973 May 14 Samuel Freedman to Ben Hanuschak
BoxFolder
78 1973 May 16 Peter N. Oliver to Robin Neill
BoxFolder
161 1973 May 16 Ben Hanuschak to Jack Chapman
1 1973 May 16 H.C.P. to Jack Chapman
BoxFolder
209 1973 May 25 H.C.P. to A. Rotstein
9 1973 May 25 H.C.P. to A. Rotstein
9 1973 June 10 Abe Rotstein to H.C.P.
9 1973 June 12 J.L. Granatstein to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
78 1973 June 13 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
161 1973 June 14 J.M. Chapman to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
68 1973 June 15 Donald C. Savage to Ernest Sirluck
BoxFolder
161 1973 June 20 J.M. Chapman to H.C.P.
1 1973 June 21 H.C.P. to Jack M. Chapman
BoxFolder
616 1973 June 27 H.C.P. to Manitoba Labour Board
BoxFolder
161 1973 June 27 J.M. Chapman to H.C.P.
1 1973 June 28 H.C.P. to Jack Chapman
3 1973 July 13 Howard J. Loewen to Ben Hanuschak
BoxFolder
209 1973 July 23 H.C.P. to J.L. Granatstein
BoxFolder
161 1973 Aug. 8 J.M. Chapman to H.C.P.
1 1973 Aug. 9 H.C.P. to Jack Chapman
1 1973 Aug. 9 H.C.P. to Howard Loewen
1 1973 Aug. 13 J.J. Oliphant to J.M. Chapman
1 1973 Aug. 15 J.M. Chapman to H.C.P.
1 1973 Aug. 16 J.M. Chapman to H.C.P.
1 1973 Aug. 17 J.M. Chapman to H.C.P.
1 1973 Aug. 20 H.C.P. to Jack Chapman
3 1973 Aug. 20 Ben Hanuschak to H.C.P.
3 1973 Aug. 21 G.T. Williams to H.C.P.
3 1973 Aug. 29 H.C.P. to G.T. Williams
3 1973 Sept. 4 H.C.P. to G.T. Williams
BoxFolder
151 1973 Sept. 5 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
161 1973 Sept. 10 J.M. Chapman to H.C.P.
1 1973 Sept. 11 H.C.P. to J.J. Oliphant
1 1973 Sept. 12 H.C.P. to Dept. of Education
3 1973 Sept. 14 E. Antonow to Cordell Barker
3 1973 Sept. 19 H.C.P. to Ben Hanuschak
3 1973 Sept. 19 H.C.P. to G.T. Williams
3 1973 Sept. 19 H.C.P. to A.C. Matthews
BoxFolder
151 1973 Sept. 25 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
163 1973 Sept. 26 Ben Hanuschak to A.C. Matthews
3 1973 Oct. 3 H.C.P. to A.C. Matthews
BoxFolder
78 1973 Oct. 5 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
8 1973 Oct. 10 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
163 1973 Oct. 12 A.C. Matthews to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
194 1973 Oct. 12 Paul Audley to Paul Phillips
BoxFolder
163 1973 Oct. 16 Cordell Barker to E. Antonow
3 1973 Oct. 26 E. Antonow to Cordell Barker
BoxFolder
78 1973 Nov. 2 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
163 1973 Nov. 21 A.C. Matthews to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
68 1973 Nov. 24 H.C.P. to R. Armatage
BoxFolder
151 1973 Nov. 27 H.C.P. to A.R. O'Dell
1 1973 Nov. 27 H.C.P. to Ed McRae
BoxFolder
68 1973 Dec. 3 W.J. Waines to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
151 1973 Dec. 3 H.C.P. to W.L. Hudson
BoxFolder
68 1973 Dec. 5 Donald C. Savage to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
151 1973 Dec. 7 H.C.P. to W.L. Hudson, W.A. Moore
BoxFolder
163 1973 Dec. 7 A.C. Matthews to Glen T. Williams
BoxFolder
78 1973 Dec. 10 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
163 1973 Dec. 11 G.T. Williams to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
120 1973 Dec. 13 Shirley Marshall to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
78 1973 Dec. 13 Robin Neill to C.E.H. members
BoxFolder
120 1973 Dec. 20 H.C.P. to Shirley Marshall
BoxFolder
78 1973 Dec. 20 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
BoxFolder
120 1973 Dec. 21 Margaret Bentley to H.C.P.
20 1974 Jan. 8 Shirley Marshall to H.C.P.
18 1974 Jan. 10 H.C.P. to Shirley Marshall
BoxFolder
163 1974 Jan. 17 Howard J. Loewen to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
78 1974 Jan. 25 Robin Neill to C.E.H. members
BoxFolder
194 1974 Jan. 28 Peter R. Saunders to Paul Phillips
BoxFolder
121 1974 Feb. 1 George Sayers Bain to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
78 1974 Feb. 2 H.C.P. to Robin Neill
BoxFolder
151 1974 Feb. 7 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
194 1974 Feb. 13 Paul Phillips to H.C.P.
4 1974 Feb. 13 Paul Phillips to Jim Lorimer
4 1974 Feb.19 H.C.P. to Paul Phillips
BoxFolder
78 1974 Feb. 20 Robin Neill to C.E.H. members
8 1974 Feb. 27 Alan Green to Robin Neill
BoxFolder
164 1974 Mar. 19 Howard J. Loewen to Ben Hanuschak
3 1974 Mar. 21 E. Antonow to B. Hanuschak
4 1974 Mar. 25 Ben Hanuschak to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
78 1974 Apr. 4 Robin Neill to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
141 1974 Apr. 15 H.C.P. to W. Boisvier (i.e. Bouvier)
BoxFolder
164 1974 Apr. 15 Jack M. Chapman to J.J. Oliphant
4 1974 Apr. 16 H.C.P. to Ben Hanuschak
4 1974 Apr. 16 Jack Chapman to J.J. Oliphant
BoxFolder
141 1974 Apr. 19 W.W. Bouvier to H.C.P.
1 1974 Apr. 25 Karl Falk to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
164 1974 Apr. 26 Ben Hanuschak to S. Freedman
BoxFolder
141 1974 May ? Karl Falk to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
164 1974 May 3 Samuel Freedman to Ben Hanuschak
4 1974 May 9 Ben Hanuschak to Jack Chapman
4 1974 May 16 Jack M. Chapman to H.C.P.
4 1974 May 16 Jack M. Chapman to J.J. Oliphant
4 1974 May 17 H.C.P. to J.J. Oliphant
3 1974 May 22 Ben Hanuschak to A.C. Matthews
4 1974 May 27 J.J. Oliphant to H.C.P.
3 1974 May 28 H.C.P. to A.C. Matthews
4 1974 May 31 J.M. Chapman to Ben Hanuschak
BoxFolder
78 1974 June 6 R.F. Neill to J.H. Dales
BoxFolder
121 1974 June 10 H. Munro to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
164 1974 June 10 H.C.P. to Dept. of Education
4 1974 June 14 H.C.P. to Mrs. Gurness, Mr. Battershill
BoxFolder
68 1974 July 9 H.C.P. to Grant Sims
BoxFolder
155 1974 July 10 P.J. McEvoy to R. Paulley
5 1974 July 15 A.R. Paulley to H.C.P.
5 1974 July 19 H.C.P. to Roy McGregor, C. Rubin, S. Soronow, A. Clearwater
5 1974 July 23 J.A. King to H.C.P.
5 1974 July 23 Guy J. Kroft to H.C.P.
5 1974 July 23 Guy J. Kroft to H.C.P.
5 1974 Aug. 10 H.C.P. to Roy McGregor, C. Rubin, S. Soronow, Guy Kroft
5 1974 Aug. 15 S.G. Soronow to H.C.P.
5 1974 Aug. 15 Guy J. Kroft to H.C.P.
5 1974 Aug. 27 H.C.P. to Charles Rubin, Roy McGregor
BoxFolder
163 1974 Sept. 3 A.C. Matthews to H.C.P.
3 1974 Sept. 4 H.C.P. to A.C. Matthews
BoxFolder
155 1974 Sept. 11 C.N. Rubin to H.C.P.
5 1974 Sept. 13 H.C.P. to G. Kroft, A. Clearwater, S. Soronow
5 1974 Sept. 13 H.C.P. to C. Rubin, R. McGregor
5 1974 Sept. 13 H.C.P. to C. Rubin, R. McGregor, S. Soronow, G. Kroft, A. Clearwater
5 1974 Sept. 16 H.C.P. to R. Paulley
5 1974 Sept. 17 N.D. Cochrane to H.C.P.
5 1974 Sept. 18 G.J. Kroft to H.C.P.
5 1974 Sept. 21 H.C.P. to G.J. Kroft
5 1974 Sept. 27 G.J. Kroft to H.C.P.
5 1974 Oct. 8 A.L. Clearwater to H.C.P.
5 1974 Oct. 10 H.C.P. to R. McGregor, C.N. Rubin, S. Soronow, A. Clearwater, R. Paulley
BoxFolder
68 1974 Oct. 25 R.M. Raeburn to R. Armatage
8 1974 Nov. 13 H.C.P. to Nora Losey
8 1974 Nov. 13 H.C.P. to Robert Setters
BoxFolder
194 1974 Nov. 18 Daniel J. Leab to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
68 1974 Dec. 5 Paul Normandeau to H.C.P.
8 1974 Dec. 7 H.C.P. to Paul Normandeau
8 1974 Dec. 11 Denise Beley to R. Armatage
BoxFolder
152 1974 Dec. 11 W.L. Hudson to W.A. Moore
2 1974 Dec. 11 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
2 1974 Dec. 14 H.C.P. to W.L. Hudson
2 1974 Dec. 18 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
68 1974 Dec. 20 R.M. Raeburn to R.C. Armatage
BoxFolder
121 1974 Dec. 23 H.C.P. to Alistair Gillespie
BoxFolder
152 1974 Dec. 28 W.A. Moore to W.L. Hudson
2 1974 Dec. 30 H.C.P. to W.L. Hudson
2 1975 Jan. 7 W.A. Moore to H.C.P.
2 1975 Jan. 13 H.C.P. to W.A. Moore
5 1975 Jan. 28 A.L. Clearwater to H.C.P.
2 1975 Jan. 30 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
2 1975 Feb. 5 H.C.P. to W.L. Hudson
5 1975 Feb. 11 A.L. Clearwater to H.C.P.
2 1975 Feb. 18 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
118 1975 Feb. 24 George R. Akins to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
152 1975 Mar. 5 H.C.P. to W.L. Hudson
2 1975 Mar. 5 H.C.P. to W.L. Hudson
2 1975 Apr. 4 William Nast to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
710 1975 Apr. 9 Gregory S. Kealey, James Thwaites to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
152 1975 Apr. 18 D. Proctor to H.C.P.
2 1975 Apr. 25 H.C.P. to D. Proctor
5 1975 June 16 A.L. Clearwater to H.C.P.
2 1975 July 11 W.L. Hudson to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
121 1975 Aug. 19 John E. Trent to Hazel Wright
23 1975 Dec. 16 H.C.P. to Anthony Waterman
BoxFolder
153 1975 Dec. 22 Patrick J. McEvoy to W.A. Moore
BoxFolder
121 1976 Apr. 13 Linda Love to H.C.P.
23 1976 Apr. 14 H.C.P. to -
21 1976 Apr. 15 H.C.P. to Centre for Continuing Education, U.B.C.
23 1976 Apr. 15 H.C.P. to -
BoxFolder
153 1976 June 9 Patrick J. McEvoy to H.C.P.
3 1976 June 12 H.C.P. to P. J. McEvoy
3 1976 June 15 Patrick J. McEvoy to H.C.P.
3 1976 June 21 H.C.P. to Mine Manager, Manibridge Mine
3 1976 June 25 D. Proctor to P.J. McEvoy
BoxFolder
141 1976 July 13 Carol Mayne, J.P. Kopachevsky to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
122 1976 Aug. 6 H.C.P. to Dept. of Labour Library H.C.P. to Ontario Archives
BoxFolder
141 1976 Aug. 9 H.C.P. to J.P. Kopachevsky, Carol Mayne
BoxFolder
121 1976 Aug. 76 Paul Craven to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
122 1976 Aug. 12 William H. Cooper to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
121 1976 Aug. 18 H.C.P. to Paul Craven
BoxFolder
122 1976 Aug. 26 H.C.P. to William H. Cooper H.C.P. to Preston Microfilming Services Ltd.
22 1976 Aug. 27 E.J. Popoff to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
153 1976 Sept. 21 Sidney G. Soronow to Dave Proctor
BoxFolder
123 1976 Sept. 28 Kerry McSweeney to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
153 1976 Oct. 14 Sidney G. Soronow to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
122 1976 Nov. 2 H.C.P. to Kerry McSweeney
22 1976 Nov. 6 H.C.P. to John Smart
22 1976 Nov. 23 John Smart to H.C.P.
23 1976 Dec. 4 H.C.P. to Ross McCormack
BoxFolder
141 1976 Dec. 7 H.C.P. to Walter J.P. Lampe
BoxFolder
52 1976 Dec. 9 J.C. Gilson to H.C.P.
2 1976 Dec. 11 H.C.P. to Clarence Barber, Ruben Bellan H.C.P. to Anthony Waterman
2 1976 Dec. 12 H.C.P. to Bill Waines
BoxFolder
122 1976 Dec. 14 John Smart to H.C.P.
22 1977 Jan. 3 H.C.P. to John Smart
BoxFolder
52 1977 Jan. 3 Bill Waines to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
118 1977 Jan. 10 W. Reske to H.C.P.
18 1977 Jan. 12 H.C.P. to W. Reske
BoxFolder
52 1977 Jan. ? Bill Waines to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2017 1977 Mar. 9 M. Jean Houston to H.C.P.
17 1977 Mar. 15 H.C.P. to M. Jean Houston
BoxFolder
52 1977 Mar. 23 H.C.P. to Bill Waines
2 1977 Mar. 28 Bill Waines to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
2017 1977 May 3 H.C.P. to M. Jean Houston
BoxFolder
55 1977 June 15 H.C.P. to George Bain
5 1977 July 4 G.S. Bain to H.C.P.
BoxFolder
123 1977 July 8 H.C.P. to Charles -
BoxFolder
141 1977 Aug. 30 Walter J.P. Lampe to H.C.P.
1 1977 Aug. 31 H.C.P. to Walter J.P. Lampe
BoxFolder
261 1977 Dec. 15 David Alexander to H.C.P.

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Index of Correspondents

The index contains the names of persons (other than Pentland himself) to whom or from whom letters are preserved in the collection. When the person is writing or being written to primarily as an agent of an organization or publication, the name of the organization or publication is also indexed. In a few instances, when a letter is largely about a third person, the name of that person is indexed.

The notation following each entry (e.g. 16.6) is to be interpreted as e.g. "Box 16 Folder 6" or (e.g. 16.6, 7, 8) interpreted as Box 16 Folders, 6, 7, 8.

ADAIR, Alison

20.6

ADKIN, Dennis W.

1.17

AITCHISON, J.H.

3.9

AITKEN, Hugh G.J.

18.16

AKINS, George R.

1.18

ALEXANDER, David

26.1

ANTONOW, E.

16.3

ARENSBERG, Conrad M.

4.1

ARMATAGE, R.C.

6.8; 7.6

ASSOCIATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS

18.5

ASSOCIATION OF THE ACADEMIC STAFF OF THE

6.13,14.15

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA

7.2, 5

ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES OF CANADA

6.8

AUDLEY, Paul

19.4

BAIN, George Sayers

1.21; 5.5; 23.15

BANK OF CANADA

1.2

BANKS, John

1.14

BARBER, Clarence L.

5.2, 4; 6.1; 18.9, 20

BARKER, Cordell

16.3

BARKER, W.H.

17.33

BATTERSKILL, Mr.

16.4

BAUMGARTEN, E.

7.7

BELEY, Denise

6.8

BELLAN, Ruben

5.2

BENTLEY, Margaret

1.20

BERGIER, Jean-Francois

7.7, 8, 9

BLADEN, V.W.

3.9

BLISS, Michael

20.18

BOALCH, E.H.

3.9

BOUCHER, Jean

18.20

BOUVIER, W.W.

14.1

BOYES, G.H.

3.17

BRADY, Dorothy S.

20.19

BRANDON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE

1.2

BREEN, Sam

19.16

BROWN, R. Craig

20.10

BURNET, Jean

20.11

CAMERON, Norman

6.7

CAMPBELL, A.N.

6.14

CAMPBELL, Janet

10.9

CANADA. DEPT. OF INDUSTRY, TRADE AND COMMERCE

1.21

CANADA. DEPT OF LABOUR

1.5 , 19, 22; 4.1; 17.33; 18.9; 19.21

CANADA. DEPT. OF MANPOWER AND IMMIGRATION 1

4.1; 19.22, 23

CANADA. DEPT. OF NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE

1.13

CANADA. DEPT. OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

3.9

CANADA. DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS

1.7

CANADA. PARLIAMENT. LIBRARY

4.1

CANADA. TASK FORCE ON LABOUR RELATIONS

12.1

CANADA. UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE COMMISSION

1.8

CANADA COUNCIL

18.20

CANADA PACKERS LTD.

18.9

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF INDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL AND ALLIED WORKERS

15.3, 5

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS

1.10; 6.8, 13

CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION. PRAIRIE REGION

1.9

CANADIAN BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY, TRANSPORT AND GENERAL WORKERS

1.5

CANADIAN DIMENSION

19.7

CANADIAN ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION

7.7, 8, 9

CANADIAN FORUM

20.9, 14

CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY

1.2

CANADIAN HISTORICAL REVIEW

20.10

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS

7.8; 18.6, 16; 20

CANADIAN LABOUR CONGRESS

17.5; 18.1

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY

3.9; 18.21

CANADIAN PERSONNEL & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS JOURNAL

17.33

CANADIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION

3.21

CANADIAN REVIEW OF SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY

20.11

CANADIAN STATISTICAL REVIEW

18.9

CANADIAN WELFARE COUNCIL

1.2; 3.9

CARROLL, John B.

10.1

CARTER TEMRO LTD.

1.18

CASE, W.A.

1.18

CASTLE, -

8.15

CCH CANADIAN LTD.

10.11

CHAMBERS, J.D.

1.6

CHAPMAN, Jack M.

16.1, 4

CHARLES, Koilpillai J.

25.17

CIVIL RIGHTS UNION, TORONTO, ONTARIO

3.9

CLARK, Lovell C.

1.12; 17.31

CLARK, S.D.

18.6

CLEARWATER, A.

15.5

COCHRANE, N.D.

15.5

COHEN, Maxwell

18.23

COMMISSION ON THE RELATIONS BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES AND GOVERNMENTS

7.5

COMMITTEE ON CANADIAN LABOUR HISTORY

7.10

COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC HISTORY

7.7, 8

COMMITTEE ON MANITOBA'S ECONOMIC FUTURE

18.21

COOK, Ramsay

20.10

COOKE, Jack Kent

16.6

COOPER, William H.

1.22

CO-OPERATIVE CONSUMER

1.17

CO-OPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION

18.1

CRAVEN, Paul

12.1

CRISPO, John H.G.

6.1

CROWE, Harry S.

1.5; 16.6

CWIHUN, Olga

18.21

DAGENAIS, Marcel G.

20.6

DALE, H.W.

17.12

DALES, J.H.

7.8

DAVIDSON, R.I.K.

20.18

DAVIS, R.E.G.

1.2; 3.9

DEPREZ, P.

1.23

DEVON RECORD OFFICE

9.15

DODDS, Andrew A.

1.2

DONNELL, Allan

4.1

DOWSE, Charles

7.5

DRINKWATER, W.S.

17.33

DRUMMOND, Professor

1.11

DUCKWORTH, Harry E.

6.1

DUFFETT, W.E.

1.2

DUNLOP, W.S.

6.1

DUNNING, W.

1.4

EASTERBROOK, W.T.

4.1

ECONOMIC JOURNAL

18.9

EDMONDS, Jean W.

19.22

ELLIOTT, G.A.

4.1; 18.6, 16

ENGBERG, George B.

4.1

EVANS, L.S.

17.22

EVERSLEY, David E.C.

1.6; 8.15

FALCONBRIDGE NICKEL MINES LTD.

1.18; 15.1, 2, 3

FALK, Karl

14.1

FARMER, Thomas W.D.

4.1

FAUCHER, Albert

1.3

FEDERAL GRAIN LTD.

19.28

FLEMING,Martha

1.2, 17, 33

FORREST, A.C.

16.6

FORSTER, D., Mrs.

7.5

FORTIER, Andre

18.20

FORTIER,.Laval

1.8

FOWKE, V.C.

18.6

FREEDMAN, Samuel

16.1, 4

FUNT, B.L.

18.20

GIBSON, Dale

6.15

GILLESPIE, Alistair

1.21

GILLSON, A.G.S.

6.14

GILSON, J.C.

5.2

GLOVER, Richard

6.13

GONICK, Cy W.

1.9; 6.11;18.20;19.7

GOODMAN, Martin

17.29

GORDON, Walter

18.20

GOSSAGE, S.M.

18.21

GRAFSTEIN, Jerry S.

18.17

GRANATSTEIN, J.L.

20.9

GRASER, Gail P.

14.1

GREEN, Alan

7.8

GROB, Gerald N.

4.1

GROSE, R.E.

18.21

GURNESS, Mrs.

16.4

HALLOWELL, Gerald

20.18

HAMILTON, Robert M.

4.1

HAMILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

4.1

HAMILTON SPECTATOR

4.1

HANUSCHAK, Ben

16.1, 3, 4

HARRIS, J.A.

1.18

HARRIS, T.D.

17.19

HARROD, R.F.

18.9

HARVEY, Mary

14.1

HAYTHORNE, George V.

18.9; 19.21

HENDERSON, Dorothy

3.9

HENRIPIN, J.

1.7

HEPWORTH, A.L.

17.5

HERCUS, Terrill F.

17.33; 18.23

HILL, H.

18.9

HLADY, Walter

1.4

HOLLINGER HOUSE LTD.

19.4

HOOD, William

18.16

HOOGSTRATEN, J.

6.14

HOUSTON, M. Jean

20.17

HOWES, F.S.

6.13

HUDSON, W.L.

1.18; 15.1, 2

IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA, Brandon, Manitoba

3.9

INNIS, Harold A.

3.16; 4.1

INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS

1.18

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION

7.7, 8, 9; 8.15

JAMES, Jimmy

10.2

JAMES LEWIS and SAMUEL

19.4; 20.18

JONES, C. Meredith

1.2

JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

20.19

JOURNAL OF LIBERAL THOUGHT

18.17

KAMBEITZ, L.

10.11

KEALEY, Gregory S.

7.10

KEIGHTLEY, M.

1.2

KENNEDY, P.A.

9.15

KENNEDY, William

1.18

KLASS, Alan A.

10.10

KONRAD, J.

17.17

KOPACHEVSKY, J.P.

14.1

KOVACS, Aranka E.

1.4

KROFT, Guy J.

15.5

LABOR-HISTORY

19.4

LABOUR GAZETTE

17.33

LAMB, W. Kaye

4.1

LAMPE, Walter J.P.

14.1

LAPOINTE, Gabriel

1.11

LARGE, Phyllis M.

18.5

LAWSON, Gordon

17.11

LEAB, Daniel J.

19.4

LEACH, A.S.

19.28

LENGLET, John

10.4

LIBERAL FEDERATION OF CANADA

1.11

LIBERAL PARTY OF MANITOBA. LABOUR COMMITTEE

10.10

LOCKHART, Wilfred C.

16.6

LOEWEN, Howard J.

10.10; 16.1,3,4

LONG, Ernest E.

16.6

LORIMER, James

19.4; 20.18

LOSEY, Nora

6.8

LOVE, Linda

1.21

LUCKHURST, H.P.

18.11

LYON, Sterling R.

10.4

MacDOWELL, George F.

10.4, 11

MacEACHEN, Allan J.

1.13

MacKENZIE, N.,Miss

3.93, 16

MacLEAN'S MAGAZINE

16.6; 17.25

MACKLING, A.H.

17.33

MacPHERSON, C.B.

16.6

MADDEN, John J.

7.7, 9

MAGNUS, Dudley

19.23

MANITOBA. DEPT. OF EDUCATION

16.1, 3, 4

MANITOBA. DEPT. OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE

18.11

MANITOBA. DEPT. OF LABOUR

1.14; 15.5

MANITOBA ASSOCIATION OF REGISTERED NURSES

17.12

MANITOBA ECONOMIC CONSULTATIVE BOARD

17.11

MANITOBA FEDERATION OF LABOUR

10.2

MANITOBA LABOR INSTITUTE

1.2

MANITOBA LABOUR BOARD

6.16

MANITOBA TEACHERS' SOCIETY

16.1,3,4;19.25

MARITIME LABOUR INSTITUTE, HALIFAX, N.S.

1.2

MARLOW, Helen

20.19

MARSH, L.C.

3.9

MARSHALL, R.H.

14.1

MARSHALL, Shirley

1.20

MARTIN, W. Steward

15.9

MATHIAS, Peter

1.15; 7.8

MATTHEWS, A.C.

16.3

MAYNE, Carol

14.1

MAYO, H.B.

6.13

McCARTHY, D.J.

5.4; 6.11

McCLELLAND and STEWART LTD.

19.4; 20.19

McCORMACK, Ross

1.23

McEVOY, Patrick J.

15.3, 5

McGRAW-HILL COMPANY OF CANADA

1.2

McGREGOR, Roy

15.5

McINTOSH, J.H.

1.2

McLEOD, M.M. Miss

17.18

McLEOD, Ron

14.1

McNAUGHT, Kenneth

16.6

McRAE, Ed

15.1

McSWEENEY, Kerry

1.23

MELNICK, John

15.11

MELTZ, Noah M.

1.5, 12

MERRITT, S.

18.20

MIDMORE, Jack F.

18.1

MITCHELL, Leon

10.4

MONTAGUE, J. Tait

6.1

MOORE, W.A.

15.1, 2, 3

MOSEDALE, M.,Mrs.

9.15

MUNDIE, J.D.

6.1

MUNRO, H.

1.21

NARVEY, Kenneth M.

18.21

NAST, William

15.2

NAYLOR, R.T.

1.20

NEILL, R.

1.11

NEILL, Robin F.

7.7, 8

NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

4.1

NORMANDEAU, Paul

6.8

O'CONNELL, Martin

1.19

O'DELL, A.R.

15.1

OLIPHANT, J.J.

16.1, 4

OLIVER, Peter N.

7.8

ONTARIO ARCHIVES

1.22

ONTARIO HISTORICAL STUDIES SERIES

7.8

O'SULLIVAN, J.F.

10.10

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

1.20

PANTER, J.A.

3.9

PAQUET, Gilles

7.7, 9

PARKER, J.M. Miss

17.26

PATRICK, John

7.2

PAULLEY, A.R.

15.5

PAWLEY, Howard

1.17

PEARSON, Barbara

14.1

PHILLIPS, Paul

19.4

PIGEON, Jacques

19.23

PINE CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION

16.3

POGSON, Milton

14.1

POPOFF, E.J.

1.22

POPULATION STUDIES

8.15

PRESTON MICROFILMING SERVICES LTD.

1.22

PROCTOR, David

15.2, 3

PUBLIC ARCHIVES OF CANADA

1.22; 4.1

PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE (England)

9.15

QUAGLIA, F.C.

17.17

QUEEN'S QUARTERLY

1.23

RAEBURN, R.M.

6.8

RED RIVER CO-OPERATIVE LTD.

19.5

REED, Allan R.

1.16

REID, J.R.

1.2

REID, Stewart

6.14

RESKE, W.

1.18

RICE, Paul North

4.1

RICHARDSON, Jack

4.1

RICHARDSON, Kathleen

18.20

ROBLIN, Duff

6.1; 10.2

ROGERS, James

1.2; 3.9

ROSENBLUTH, Gideon

7.8

ROTSTEIN, Abe

20.9; 14.18

ROWAT, D.C.

1.2

ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, Miniota, Manitoba

1.2

RUBIN, Charles N.

15.5

RYAN, John

25.17

RYERSON, Stanley

20.20

SAFARIAN, A.E.

1.9

ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL (Winnipeg, Manitoba)

1.16

SATURDAY NIGHT

16.6

SAUNDERS, Doris B.

6.13

SAUNDERS, Peter R.

19.4

SAUNDERSON, Hugh H.

1.14; 6.1; 10.10

SAVAGE, Donald C.

6.8

SCLANDERS, Ian

16.6

SENGUPTA, A.N.

17.24

SETTERS, Robert

6.8

SHEPHERD, Cam K.

1.14; 14.1

SIBLEY, W.M.

5.4

SIMS, Grant

6.8

SINCLAIR, A.M.

7.7

SINCLAIR, Sol

6.13

SIRLUCK, Ernest

5.4; 6.8

SMART, John

1.22

SMITH, J. Percy

1.10

SMITH, Marion B.

7.2

SOCIETY OF INDUSTRIAL AND COST ACCOUNTANTS OF CANADA

17.26

SORONOW, Sidney G.

15.3, 5

SPRINGBETT, Bruce MacQueen

1.3

STANBURY, Richard J.

1.11

STORY, Norah

4.1

STRANG, G.J.

19.25

STUBBS, Roy St. G.

10.10

SYMS, Frank

1.7; 19.5

TALMAN, James J.

4.1

TAYLOR, Jeffery

1.23

THOMPSON, H.L.

1.2

THOMPSON, W.P.

6.14

THWAITES, James

7.10

TINBERGEN, J.

27.7

TORONTO STAR

17.29

TREMBLAY, Louis-Marie

1.14; 14.1

TRENT, John E.

1.21

TULCHINSKY, Gerald

1.4

TURNER, Gordon

16.6

TURNER, H.M.

1.2

UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER

16.6

UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA. GENERAL COUNCIL

16.6

UNITED COLLEGE. BOARD OF REGENTS

16.6

UNITED PACKINGHOUSE FOOD AND ALLIED WORKERS

10.1, 4

UNITED STATES. CONSULATE GENERAL, Winnipeg, Manitoba

1.2

UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA

1.18;10.9;15.1,2

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. CENTRE FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION

1.21

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA. DEPT. OF UNIVERSITY EXTENSION

3.17

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA FACULTY ASSOCIATION

6.8, 16

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA STUDENTS' UNION

6.8

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO. OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

3.16

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO. SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES

3.9, 16

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS

1.20; 20.6,17,18

UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO. LIBRARY

4.1

VAN DER WEE, Herman see WEE, Herman van der
VERNER, Robert

1.3

VICTORIA GENERAL HOSPITAL (Winnipeg, Manitoba)

17.17

W.J. GAGE & CO.

1.3

WAGG, Larry

18.1

WAINES, W.J.

5.2;6.8; 18.23

WALDON, Freda F.

4.1

WALKER HOUSE HOTEL, Toronto, Ontario

7.7

WALL, W.R.

6.11

WATERMAN, Anthony M.C.

1.23; 5.2

WATKINS, M.H.

1.20

WATSON, Allan H.

16.6

WATSON, Stephen

1.23

WEE, Herman van der

7.9; 8.15

WESTERN PRODUCER

1.7

WESTLEY, W.A.

6.1

WHITWELL, Kenneth J.

26.22

WICKETT, C.W.

1.2

WILFORD, J.

10.1

WILLARD, Joe

1.2

WILLIAMS, Glen T.

16.3

WILSON, H.A.

12.1

WINNIPEG AND DISTRICT LABOUR COUNCIL CLC

1.21

WINNIPEG BUILDER'S EXCHANGE

1.18

WINNIPEG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

6.1

WINNIPEG FIRE FIGHTERS ASSOCIATION

15.11

WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

17.17;19.16,23

WINNIPEG TRIBUNE

10.10

WOODS, H.D.

6.1; 19.10

WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

1.2; 3.9

WRIGHT, Hazel

1.21

WRIGLEY, E.A.

9.15

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