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University of Saskatchewan, University Archives & Special Collections John G. Diefenbaker fonds
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I. Legal Series

John Diefenbaker entered the University of Saskatchewan College of Law in 1916, and was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in June, 1919. Upon graduating he opened a private practice in Wakaw, Saskatchewan and carried on a busy practice until 1924 whe...

V. Family Series

John Diefenbaker (1895-1979) and his brother, Elmer (1897-1971), were born in Ontario. Their parents, William T. Diefenbaker (1868-1945) and Mary Florence nee Bannerman (1872-1961), brought them to Saskatchewan in 1903 to homestead in the Prince A...

VII/F. B.T. Richardson Subseries

Burton Taylor Richardson was a journalist, born in Manitoba in 1906. He was editor of the Toronto Telegram from 1953 to 1962 and special assistant to John Diefenbaker from 1963 to 1966. He wrote Canada and Mr. Diefenbaker in 1962 and briefly helpe...

XIV. Memoirs Series

This series contains those files which appeared to have been removed from their original order or created specifically for use in writing John Diefenbaker’s memoirs. It also contains correspondence about the memoirs project, notes, and drafts of t...

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