Series F 413-1 - Newspaper Clippings

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Newspaper Clippings

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F 413-1

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  • 1954, 1966 - 2008 (Creation)

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2.99 m of textual records

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Neil Richards donated these records to the Saskatchewan Archives, Saskatoon office, in ten accessions between 1986 and 2009: S86-113 (June 4, 1986); S89-59 (July 25, 1989); S92-56 (August 18, 1992); S97-59 (July 14, 1997); S99-69(October 27, 1999); S2002-43 (August 8, 2002); S2004-35 (July 19, 2004); S2004-39 (August 9, 2004); S2004-59 (November 12, 2004) and 2009-346 (March 20, 1009).

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This series consists of photocopies of newspaper clippings accumulated and used by Neil Richards of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The clippings, which date from 1954 to 2009, were taken mainly from Saskatchewan daily newspapers and relate to homosexuals, homosexuality, and the gay liberation movement.

A minority of the clippings pertain specifically to Saskatchewan and document provincial events such as the 1978 visit of Anita Bryant to Moose Jaw, and allegations made by members of the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan of homosexuality in the New Democratic Party Government of Premier Allan Blakeney. Many of the newspaper articles covered by the clippings were taken by Saskatchewan newspaper editors from national and international wire services.

These records are arranged in chronological order.

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Other codes: Textual Records: S-A 595; S-A 875; S-A 958; S-A 1026; S-A 1067.

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