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1930-1939
  
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, May 26, 1931
        Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on May 26, 1931. Bezeau states that he has enclosed a letter from Mr. Tweed and a newspaper clipping. Bezeau also informs King that he was in Ottawa attending an Unemployment Conference.but did not contact him because he knew ...
      Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King , June 24, 1931
        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.
      Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on ...
  • Letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau, June 5, 1931
        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 ...
      Typewritten letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King to C. Mortimer Bezeau on ...
  • Letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King, February 4, 1935
        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.
      Typewritten letter from C. Mortimer Bezeau to William Lyon Mackenzie King on ...
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