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  • 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, June 5, 1931
    Text       Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on June 5, 1931. King thanks Bezeau for his letter regarding unemployment. He promises to not to bring Kitchener or Bezeau into any controversy over unemployment. Signature in black ink by William Lyon Mackenzie King. Additional words handwritten in ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on June 5, 1931. King thanks Bezeau for his letter regarding unemployment. He promises to not to bring Kitchener ...
  • 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 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 C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, February 6, 1945
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on February 6, 1944. Bezeau expresses his regret on the result of the election in Grey North electoral district, and recommends amendments to the Election Act.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on February 6, 1944. Bezeau expresses his regret on the result of the election in Grey North electoral district, ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, April 4, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on April 4, 1930. Bezeau commends King for his actions in parliament regarding unemployment and continues to criticize the Conservative party position.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on April 4, 1930. Bezeau commends King for his actions in parliament regarding unemployment and continues to criticize the ...
  • 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 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 ...
  • Letter from N. W. Rowell to  William Lyon Mackenzie King, July 9, 1926
    Text       Typewritten letter from N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, to William Lyon Mackenzie King on July 9, 1926. Rowell explains that he cannot stand for election due to his health and an advisory from his physician. He indicated that a few of his colleagues are willing to ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, to William Lyon Mackenzie King on July 9, 1926. Rowell explains that he cannot stand for election due ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, July 31, 1930
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on July 31, 1930. Bezeau comments on King’s defeat in the federal election and sends his condolences on the loss.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on July 31, 1930. Bezeau comments on King’s defeat in the federal election and sends his condolences on the ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, June 12, 1945
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on June 12, 1945. Bezeau congratulates King on the Liberal Party's success in the election. He provided details about the local situation. On Page 2, Bezeau repeats the opening and first paragraph of the letter.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on June 12, 1945. Bezeau congratulates King on the Liberal Party's success in the election. He provided details about ...
  • Letter from N. W. Rowell to  J. A. Robb, July 9, 1926
    Text       Typewritten letter from N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, to J. A. Robb, long-time Liberal politician and cabinet minister, on July 9, 1926. Rowell states how shocking the state of affairs in the Customs Department was and that King took no action.He also discusses the constitutional issue ...
    Text     Typewritten letter from N. W. Rowell, Liberal Party member and former MPP, to J. A. Robb, long-time Liberal politician and cabinet minister, on July 9, 1926. Rowell states how shocking ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, February 4, 1935
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on February 4, 1935. Bezeau sends King clippings from the Kitchener Daily Record, and tells King of his dissatisfaction with the Tory government.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on February 4, 1935. Bezeau sends King clippings from the Kitchener Daily Record, and tells King of his dissatisfaction ...
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William Lyon Mackenzie King Collection