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  • 046-1985 : Microfilm collection on early feminist acquired by Wilfrid Laurier University library
    Text       Wilfrid Laurier University news release announcing that a microfilm collection of documents concerning Jane Addams, an early social worker and advocate of women's rights, has been purchased by the Library. Includes biographical information.
    Text     Wilfrid Laurier University news release announcing that a microfilm collection of documents concerning Jane Addams, an early social worker and advocate of women's rights, has been purchased by the Library. ...
  • 091-1974 : King-Bezeau correspondence reveals strong friendship with former mayor
    Text       Wilfrid Laurier University news release announcing that the Library has purchased a collection of letters between William Lyon Mackenzie King and C. Mortimer Bezeau.
    Text     Wilfrid Laurier University news release announcing that the Library has purchased a collection of letters between William Lyon Mackenzie King and C. Mortimer Bezeau.
  • Beldornie, July 1906
    Image       Black and white photograph of the exterior of "Beldornie". The house was located at 117 Queen Street North in Berlin (now Kitchener), Ontario. Mrs. Hoffman, owner of the house, is standing on the porch. There are two men on the lawn.
    Image     Black and white photograph of the exterior of "Beldornie". The house was located at 117 Queen Street North in Berlin (now Kitchener), Ontario. Mrs. Hoffman, owner of the house, is ...
  • The Dawn - Vol. 1, no. 1, 21 December 1933
    Text       Vol. 1, no.1 of The Dawn was released on December 21, 1933. This edition contains articles, advertisements and a letter to the editor section.
    Text     Vol. 1, no.1 of The Dawn was released on December 21, 1933. This edition contains articles, advertisements and a letter to the editor section.
  • The Dawn - Vol. 1, no. 2, 25 January 1934
    Text       Vol. 1, no.2 of The Dawn was released on January 25, 1934. This edition contains political and opinion articles, a radio schedule, advertisements and a letter to the editor section.
    Text     Vol. 1, no.2 of The Dawn was released on January 25, 1934. This edition contains political and opinion articles, a radio schedule, advertisements and a letter to the editor section.
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to H. R. L. Henry , May 23, 1935
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to H.R.L. Henry, King's Private Secretary, on May 23, 1935. Bezeau expressing his annoyance that Henry has withheld his letter and file of newspaper articles from King, and asks for their return.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to H.R.L. Henry, King's Private Secretary, on May 23, 1935. Bezeau expressing his annoyance that Henry has withheld his letter and file of newspaper ...
  • 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 C. Mortimer Bezeau to R. G. Robertson, October 22, 1945
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to R. G. Robertson on October 22, 1945. Bezeau thanks Robertson and King for their assistance with Louis Bezeau's early release from military duty.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to R. G. Robertson on October 22, 1945. Bezeau thanks Robertson and King for their assistance with Louis Bezeau's early release from military duty.
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King , June 24, 1931
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on June 24, 1931. Bezeau informs King he will be in Ottawa for a few days and would gladly exchange words with him on the current unemployment situation. Additional words handwritten in pencil by unknown source.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on June 24, 1931. Bezeau informs King he will be in Ottawa for a few days and would gladly ...
  • 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, 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, April 5, 1946
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on April 5, 1945. Bezeau writes King to about labour arbitration.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on April 5, 1945. Bezeau writes King to about labour arbitration.
  • 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 13, 1928
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 13, 1928. Bezeau asks King to arrange an interview with Robert Forke (Minister of Immigration and Colonization 1926-1929) regarding the deportation of Robert McLelland to Scotland.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 13, 1928. Bezeau asks King to arrange an interview with Robert Forke (Minister of Immigration and Colonization ...
  • 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 C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, December 15, 1928
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 15, 1928. Bezeau sends birthday congratulations, regrets not sending flowers or fruit as usual; commends King on his recent visit to England and the continent.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 15, 1928. Bezeau sends birthday congratulations, regrets not sending flowers or fruit as usual; commends King on ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, December 16, 1938
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 16, 1938. Bezeau congratulates King on another birthday and informs him that although Mrs. Bezeau is still sick she joins him in sending birthday wishes.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 16, 1938. Bezeau congratulates King on another birthday and informs him that although Mrs. Bezeau is still ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, December 20, 1945
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 20, 1945. Bezeau reflects on the past year, and sends holiday greetings to King.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on December 20, 1945. Bezeau reflects on the past year, and sends holiday greetings to King.
  • 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 C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, February 16, 1939
    Text       Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on February 16, 1939. Bezeau commends King on his speech in the House of Commons.
    Text     Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on February 16, 1939. Bezeau commends King on his speech in the House of Commons.
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William Lyon Mackenzie King Collection