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Frederick Vaughan fonds
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1919-2004, predominant 1960-1977 (Creation)
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60 cm of textual records
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Frederick Vaughan is the author of Aggressive in Pursuit: the life of Justice Emmett Hall (University of Toronto Press for the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, 2004). He is a professor emeritus of political studies at the University of Guelph, and previously taught at Osgoode Hall Law School.
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The fonds consists of records relating to the research and writing of Aggressive in Pursuit, including correspondence and interviews with Hall and others; material relating to all the facets of Hall's career (lawyer, judge in Saskatchewan, Supreme Court of Canada justice, and his role on various commissions and enquiries). Some of the material was originally created or accumulated by Hall. Notably, this material includes letters from members of the public following the Stephen Truscott decision; correspondence of Hall as Chief Justice of Saskatchewan; and a personal note from Prime Minister Diefenbaker prior to the announcement of the Hall Commission on health services.
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Copyright, where applicable, has been transferred to the University of Saskatchewan.
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