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Alex W. Matheson papers
This series consists primarily of correspondence between Premier Alex W. Matheson and private individuals, members of government(s), organizations, and businesses. The files are arranged alphabetically by the surname of the correspondent, the name...
Matheson, Alex. W.
J. Walter Jones papers
This series is comprised of correspondence files of J. Walter Jones as Premier and as Minister of Education. The files contain both incoming correspondence and replies. Besides official correspondence, a significant number of letters deal with per...
Jones, J. Walter
This subseries consists of files, containing primarily correspondence, which are arranged alphabetically by the subject of the files' contents. Topics include radio broadcasting, the Sanatorium Commission, the Transportation Commission, Vital...
Alphabetical correspondence files
This subseries consists of correspondence between Premier Thane A. Campbell and private individuals, members of government(s), organizations, and businesses. These files are arranged alphabetically by the name of the correspondent and chronologica...
Thane A. Campbell papers
This series consists of material, primarily correspondence, arranged into 2 subseries: Alphabetical correspondence (1936-1942) and Subject files (1930-1932 and 1935-1942). These documents focus on the many aspects of governing Prince Edward Island...
Campbell, Thane A.
Walter M. Lea papers
This series consists of one file of general correspondence regarding many areas of government endeavor and interest such as trade, medical care, employment and agriculture.
Lea, Walter M.
W. J. P. MacMillan papers
This series consists of one file of material regarding the Prince Edward Island Hospital.
MacMillan, W. J. P.
James D. Stewart papers
This series consists of two files: a file of Attorney General related correspondence (1931-1933) and a budget speech delivered in 1932.
Stewart, James D.
This subseries consists of 6 files of material arranged according to subject. The subjects documented include police matters, a federal-provincial conference, letters of recommendation for travel to the U.S., and unemployment.
This subseries consists of 20 files of material arranged by year and alphabetically by correspondents surname. The subjects of the correspondence include many facets of government activity, such as transportation, education, justice and medical care.
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