William Lyon Mackenzie King Collection


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  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, March 10, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on March 10, 1930. A private letter from Bezeau to King commending him on the decisions of the Government regarding military pensions and the export of alcohol. Bezeau also gives King an update on the Liberal government in North ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on March 10, 1930. A private letter from Bezeau to King commending him on the decisions of the Government ...
  • William Lyon Mackenzie King visiting his birthplace
    Image       Premier King's Birthplace
    Image     Premier King's Birthplace
  • Letter from George W. Gordon to William Lyon Mackenzie King [no date]
    Text       Typewritten letter from George W. Gordon, Liberal Party member and Mayor of Kitchener from 1940-1941, to William Lyon Mackenzie King. Date of correspondence unknown. Gordon writes King asking him to give serious consideration to appointing Bezeau to the Senate.
    Text     Typewritten letter from George W. Gordon, Liberal Party member and Mayor of Kitchener from 1940-1941, to William Lyon Mackenzie King. Date of correspondence unknown. Gordon writes King asking him to ...
  • Liberal Historical Calendar, 1924
    Text       The calendar was produced by the Toronto Women's Liberal Association for 1924 and sent from William Lyon Mackenzie to C. Mortimer Bezeau. It features images and quotes from important Liberal Party members, as well as marked dates in Canadian and Liberal Party history. Features a greeting and signature handwritten in ...
    Text     The calendar was produced by the Toronto Women's Liberal Association for 1924 and sent from William Lyon Mackenzie to C. Mortimer Bezeau. It features images and quotes from important Liberal ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, July 26, 1932
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on July 26, 1932. King informs Bezeau that Mr. William Knell sent him two old Berlin lamps and lamp posts, and that he wishes to reimburse the costs. King also tells that William Daum Euler admired the lamps when ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on July 26, 1932. King informs Bezeau that Mr. William Knell sent him two old Berlin lamps and lamp ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, September 13, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on September 13, 1930. King thanks Bezeau for his kind words in his letter on September 11. King sends Bezeau a copy of the speech he made on September 9. Additional words and signature handwritten in black ink by ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on September 13, 1930. King thanks Bezeau for his kind words in his letter on September 11. King sends ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, October 17, 1935
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on October 17, 1935. Bezeau congratulates King on his recent victory as Prime Minister.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on October 17, 1935. Bezeau congratulates King on his recent victory as Prime Minister.
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, April 18, 1942
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on April 18, 1942. Bezeau admits that he is not convinced that conscription is a wise decision but he agrees with King’s decision to put it to a public vote. He also stresses that what he says is not ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on April 18, 1942. Bezeau admits that he is not convinced that conscription is a wise decision but he ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, October 7, 1946
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on October 7, 1946. Bezeau informs King that he has sent another box of russet pears to Laurier House. He also shares with King his happiness that King will not be retiring from Liberal leadership.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on October 7, 1946. Bezeau informs King that he has sent another box of russet pears to Laurier House. ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, December 21, 1946
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 21, 1946. Bezeau reflects on state of the nation including persecution of Jehovan's Witnesses, the treatment of Japanese Canadians, and discord in the Liberal Party. Additional edits handwritten in pencil by C. Mortimer Bezeau
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 21, 1946. Bezeau reflects on state of the nation including persecution of Jehovan's Witnesses, the treatment of ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, January 3, 1949
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on January 3, 1949. King thanks Bezeau for the birthday greetings and explains that he is touched by all the references and compliments he is getting from people about his political life. King shares his feelings about Louis St. ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on January 3, 1949. King thanks Bezeau for the birthday greetings and explains that he is touched by all ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to M. F. Hepburn June 17, 1935
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to M. F. Hepburn, Premier of Ontario, on June 17, 1935. Bezeau congratulates Hepburn on his stand concerning provincial banks.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to M. F. Hepburn, Premier of Ontario, on June 17, 1935. Bezeau congratulates Hepburn on his stand concerning provincial banks.
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, April 21, 1942
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on April 21, 1942. King responds to Bezeau’s earlier letter regarding conscription, attempting to explain his position. Additional words and signature handwritten in black ink by William Lyon Mackenzie King
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on April 21, 1942. King responds to Bezeau’s earlier letter regarding conscription, attempting to explain his position. Additional words ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, August 28, 1943
    Text       Photocopy of a typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on August 28, 1943. Bezeau congratulates King on being the leader of the Liberal Party for 25 years. He also tells King that the Liberal Party will free the people and will continue to change Canada. ...
    Text     Photocopy of a typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on August 28, 1943. Bezeau congratulates King on being the leader of the Liberal Party for ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, December 14, 1948
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 14, 1948. Bezeau sends birthday congratulations and regrets that King retired under such circumstances. Bezeau also expresses his concern for the future of the Liberal Party and Canada. Additional edits handwritten in pen and pencil by unknown ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 14, 1948. Bezeau sends birthday congratulations and regrets that King retired under such circumstances. Bezeau also expresses ...
  • Letter from N. W. Rowell to William Lyon Mackenzie King, January 11, 1926
    Text       Typewritten letter from N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, to William Lyon Mackenzie King on January 11, 1926. Rowell describes to King the alternatives to the political situation should the King government lose the election and recommends approaches to the Progressive government.
    Text     Typewritten letter from N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, to William Lyon Mackenzie King on January 11, 1926. Rowell describes to King the alternatives to the political ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, January 22, 1926
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, on January 22, 1926. King thanks Rowell for his letter, which he read aloud to his government. Signature in black ink by William Lyon Mackenzie King
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, on January 22, 1926. King thanks Rowell for his letter, which he read ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, July 6, 1926
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, on July 6, 1926. King strongly urges Rowell to re-enter politics. Signature in black ink by William Lyon Mackenzie King
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, on July 6, 1926. King strongly urges Rowell to re-enter politics. Signature in ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, September 18, 1926
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, on September 18, 1926. King asks Rowell to reconsider becoming a member of the Liberal Government, offering him the position of Minister of Customs and Excise. Signature in black ink by William Lyon ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, on September 18, 1926. King asks Rowell to reconsider becoming a member of ...
  • Royal Tour of Canada, 1939
    Image       Black and white photograph of Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, and William Daum Euler standing in front of a large map of Canada during the Royal Tour of Canada in 1939.
    Image     Black and white photograph of Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, and William Daum Euler standing in front of a large map of Canada during ...
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William Lyon Mackenzie King Collection