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Non-Partisan League constitution, 1919
M-7366-28

Jack Ford fonds

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Series 1Personal correspondence. - 1899-1915
Series 2England - Business and personal papers. - 1899-1914
Series 3Calgary - Business and personal papers. - 1911-1915
Series 4 Non-Partisan League - Correspondence. - 1917-1919
Series 5 Non-Partisan League - Reference material. - 1916-1919
Series 6Western Independent - Submissions . - 1918-1920
Series 7Western Independent - Correspondence. - -1919-1920
Series 8Western Independent - Correspondence. - 1920-1923
Series 9 William Irvine papers. - 1919-1922
Series 10Personal correspondence. - 1936-1944
Series 11 Nutcracker, The Alberta Non-Partisan, Western Independent. - 1916-1919
Series 12 Scanned Document Photographs. - 1921 and n.d.

Inventory

Series1

Personal correspondence. - 1899-1915. - 14 cm of textual records. - The series consists of Jack Ford's correspondence with family and friends. Includes letter from his brother Harry, who emigrated to Calgary in 1905, and persuaded Jack to join him in 1911. Also includes letters from his brother-in-law, William Arthurs, who also preceded him to Calgary.

M-7366-1Personal correspondence. - 1899-1904
M-7366-2Personal correspondence. - 1906-1910
M-7366-3Personal correspondence. - 1911
M-7366-4Personal correspondence. - January-July 1912
M-7366-5Personal correspondence. - August-December 1912
M-7366-6Personal correspondence. - 1913
M-7366-7Personal correspondence. - 1914-1915
M-7366-8Personal correspondence. - [ca. 1906-1915]. - Consists of undated letters.
M-7366-9Letters from Harry Ford. - 1905-1911. - Consists of letters from his brother, Harry, who emigrated to Calgary in 1906. Includes descriptions of the trip to Canada, and life in Calgary.
M-7366-10Letters from "Billy" [William Arthurs]. - 1907-1911. - Consists of letters from his brother-in-law, describing life in Calgary.
M-7366-11Letters from "Billy" [William Arthurs]. - 1912. - Consists of letters from England, where Arthurs was selling Calgary lots as an agent for Jack.
M-7366-12Letters from "Billy" [William Arthurs]. - 1913. - Consists of letters from his farm in Asquith, Saskatchewan.
M-7366-13Letters from "Billy" [William Arthurs]. - 1914. - Consists of letters from his farm in Asquith, Saskatchewan.
M-7366-14Letters from "Billy" [William Arthurs]. - [ca. 1913-1914]. - Consists of undated letters, primarily written from Asquith, Saskatchewan.
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Series 2

England - Business and personal papers. - 1899-1914. - 12.5 cm of textual records. - The series consists of miscellany from Chulmleigh, which reflects his personal interests; Prudential Assurance Company correspondence and reports while he was an employee with the company; business papers of the Castle Hotel in Barnstaple; and papers related to liberal / labour parties with which he was involved.

M-7366-15Chulmleigh - Personal miscellany. - 1902-1914. - Consists of personal ephemera, including Chulmleigh Literary and Scientific Institute Library Rules; advertisements for Herbert Ford's boot making business; booklets on various "Friendship Societies"; advertisements for Ford Brothers, Cycle Agents; annual report of Chulmleigh Cottage Hospital; "Suggested Draft Tables for the Proposed Socialist Friendly Collecting Society" [handwritten, possibly by Jack Ford]; booklet on Ramsgate Adult School; program of events for the Ladies Reading Room and Library; words for "Socialist and Labour Hymns" published by the Independent Labour Party; program for "Whitefield's Men's Meeting"; and small poster for a suffragist meeting sponsored by the National Woman's Social and Political Union.
M-7366-16Prudential Assurance Company correspondence. - 1899-1911. - Consists of correspondence while he was an employee of the company.
M-7366-17Prudential Assurance Company business papers. - 1899-1911. - Consists of reports and financial records kept as an employee of the company.
M-7366-18Prudential Assurance Company. - 1912-1914. - Consists of records related to his personal policies with the company, after he had moved to Canada.
M-7366-19Castle Hotel business papers and inventories. - 1908-1911. - Consists of records of the hotel he owned in Barnstaple.
M-7366-20Liberal and labour politics. - 1910-1911. - Consists of correspondence from the West Hendon Liberal and Labour Association, Hornsby Liberal and Radical Association, "The Liberal Agent", and the Harrow Division Liberal Association. Includes posters for a demonstration, and campaign literature for Percy A. Harris, left-wing candidate in the 1910 election.
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Series 3

Calgary - Business and personal papers. - 1911-1915. - 10 cm of textual records. - Jack and his wife, Susie, emigrated to Calgary in 1911. - The series consists of miscellany from Calgary which reflects Jack's personal interests; a small amount of records from Clarke, Ford and Company, his short-lived financial, insurance and real estate agency; accounts, bills and receipts; his writings, primarily on Christian socialism themes [Social Gospel]; and newspaper clippings, again predominantly related to Christian socialism.

M-7366-21Calgary - Personal miscellany. - 1912-1913. - Consists of Christmas cards; personal notebook (contacts and addresses); prospectus for Building and Loans Limited; bank book; menu for CPR Calgary Station lunch counter; calendar of "Evening Technical Classes" put on by the Calgary School Board; program and menu for Mount Royal College dinner; text of debate on protectionism vs free trade; booklet on Marine Oil Products; programs for Central Methodist Church services; and "Instructions to Deputy Returning Officers".
M-7366-22Clarke, Ford and Company. - 1913 and nd. - Consists of business cards, and miscellaneous documents primarily related to real estate. Includes agreement for dissolution of firm on December 30, 1913.
M-7366-23Metropolitan Life. - 1911-1913. - Consists primarily of booklets and forms used by Ford as an agent of the company.
M-7366-24Bills and receipts. - 1911-1914
M-7366-25Accounts notebooks. - [ca. 1911-1912]
M-7366-26Jack Ford's writings. - 1908-[ca. 1914]. - Consists of his articles, notes, and drafts of articles related to his impressions of Calgary, Christian socialism [Social Gospel], the social conditions of workers, etc. Some of these were written before he came to Canada, but most are undated.
PA-2928-(4-9)Photographs of family and friends. - [ca. teens]. - 6 photographs. - Consists of views of his sister, Mrs. William Arthurs, "Win", and others.
M-7366-27Newspaper clippings. - 1911-1915. - Consists of articles predominantly regarding Christian socialism [Social Gospel].
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Series 4

Non-Partisan League. - Correspondence. - 1917-1919. - 16 cm of textual records. -Jack Ford was an organizer of the Non-Partisan League, and the business manager of the League's official paper, The Nutcracker, which was renamed the Alberta Non-Partisan in 1917. - The series consists primarily of an alphabetically-arranged series of correspondence between Jack Ford and Non-Partisan League members. It also includes membership correspondence, constitution, campaign literature, and an annual report.

M-7366-28

Non-Partisan League constitution, campaign literature, election results and annual report. - 1917-1919. - Consists of the constitution and annual report of the Non-Partisan League in Alberta, plus campaign literature and election results for the 1917 federal election in which D.H. Galbraith of Vulcan ran, unsuccessfully, as a Non-Partisan farmer candidate in the Bow River constitutency.

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M-7366-29"A" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-30"B" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-31Convention circulars. - 1918
M-7366-32"C" correspondence. - 1917-1918. - Includes correspondence with the Cummins Map Company among others.
M-7366-33Dixon, F.J. [Winnipeg MLA]- 1918
M-7366-34"D" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-35"E" correspondence. - 1917-1918. - Includes correspondence with Charles England of Blackie, and J.E. Erickson of Armena, among others.
M-7366-36"F" correspondence. - 1918
M-7366-37Galbraith, D.H. [Vulcan]. - 1917-1919
M-7366-38Glambeck, J. [Milo]. - 1918
M-7366-39"G" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-40"H" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-41Irwin, Reverend W.H. [Lomond]. - 1918
M-7366-42"J-K" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-43Leedy, J.W. [Whitecourt]. - 1917-1918
M-7366-44"L" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-45Malchow, Gus E.A. [Stavely]. - 1918
M-7366-46Martin, S.H. [Delia]. - 1917-1918
M-7366-47Meagher, J. Stanley [Gem]. - 1917-1918
M-7366-48Miner, James [Bawlf]. - 1918
M-7366-49"M" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-50McDonnell, C.W. [North Dakota]. - 1918
M-7366-51"Mc" correspondence. - 1917-1918. - Includes correspondence with Violet McNaughton among others.
M-7366-52"N-O" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-53Proudfoot, Lorne [Chinook]. - 1918
M-7366-54"P" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-55"R" correspondence. - 1918
M-7366-56Stuve, Harold [New Norway]. - 1917-1918
M-7366-57Stevenson, S. and Jean [Craigmyle]. - 1918
M-7366-58"S" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-59"T" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-60 Wiertz, H.A. [Youngstown]. - 1918. - Consists of correspondence between Jack Ford and H.A. Wiertz of Youngstown about the events and activities of the Alberta Non-Partisan League, an organization which was part of the farmer-labour political movement in the province. Scanned Document View now.
M-7366-61"V-Z" correspondence. - 1917-1918
M-7366-62Non-Partisan League membership correspondence, "A-G". - 1918
M-7366-63Non-Partisan League membership correspondence, "H-Z". - 1918
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Series 5

Non-Partisan League reference material. - 1916-1919. - 10 cm of textual records. - The series consists of newspaper clippings regarding the 1917 provincial election, during which NPL ran candidates, and about the farmers' movement in general. The series also consists of booklets and tracts collected by the organization, related to the American Non-Partisan League, Bolshevism, the farmers' movement, proportional representation, Labour and People's Churches, the United Farmers of Alberta, socialism, and other topics.

M-7366-64Newspaper clippings. - 1917-1918. - Includes clippings related to the 1917 provincial election, and Non-Partisan League candidates who ran for office.
M-7366-65Newspaper clippings. - 1918-1919. - Includes clippings from a column called "Non-Partisan Notes", and articles written by and about Henry Wise Wood, Irene Parlby, and the United Farmers of Alberta.
M-7366-66American Non-Partisan League. - 1917-1919. - Consists of the platform, resolutions, and promotional material of the organization.
M-7366-67Bolshevism booklets and tracts. - 1919
M-7366-68The Equitist. - 1918-1919. - Consists of issues of a newspaper published in Joemma, Washington.
M-7366-69Farmers' movement booklets and tracts. - 1918-1919
M-7366-70Proportional representation booklets and tracts. - 1916-1919
M-7366-71"R" booklets and tracts. - 1917-1919. - Consists of publications related to railroads, revenue, Russia, and rural banking credits.
M-7366-72Social Gospel - People's Church [Brandon] and Labour Church [Winnipeg]. - [ca. 1917-1919]. - Consists of words for songs and hymns, and program of a service at the People's Church.
M-7366-73"S" booklets and tracts. - 1919 and nd. - Consists of publications related to social reconstruction, socialism, and the St. Lawrence grain route.
M-7366-74United Farmers of Alberta. - 1918-1919. - Consists primarily of lists of resolutions passed at conventions.
M-7366-75"U-V" booklets and tracts. - 1919. - Consists of publications related to the Union government and victory loans.
M-7366-76"W" booklets and tracts. - 1918. - Consists of publications related to the Whitley Report and workmen's compensation.
M-7366-77Miscellaneous booklets and tracts. - 1917-1919
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Series 6

Western Independent - Submissions. - 1918-1920. - 12. 5 cm of textual records. - The Alberta Non-Partisan was renamed the Western Independent in 1918, and Jack Ford continued as business manager for the publication. - The series consists of incorporation documents, and submissions of articles for the paper, arranged alphabetically by the writers' names. Many of the submissions have been edited for publication.

M-7366-78Western Independent - Incorporation documents. - 1918-1920
M-7366-79"A" submissions. - 1920
M-7366-80"B" submissions. - 1918-1920
M-7366-81"C" submissions. - 1918-1920
M-7366-82"D" submissions. - [ca. 1918-1920]
M-7366-83"E-F" submissions. - 1919-1920
M-7366-84"G" submissions. - 1919-1920
M-7366-85"H-I" submissions. - 1919-1920
M-7366-86"L" submissions. - 1919 and nd
M-7366-87"M" submissions. - 1920 and nd
M-7366-88"N-O" submissions. - 1919-1920
M-7366-89"P" submissions. - 1919
M-7366-90"R" submissions. - [ca. 1918-1920]
M-7366-91"S" submissions. - 1919-1920
M-7366-92"T" submissions. - [ca. 1918-1920]
M-7366-93"W" submissions. - 1918-1920
M-7366-94"Z" submissions. - 1920
M-7366-95Unsigned submissions. - 1918-1920
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Series 7

Western Independent - Correspondence. - 1919-1920. - 12.5 cm of textual records. - The series consists of alphabetically-arranged files of Jack Ford's correspondence as general manager of the publication. Includes mailing lists of UFA locals and political associations.

M-7366-96Alexander, A.O. [Idaho]. - 1919
M-7366-97Broadley, George [Regina]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-98Buckley, J.C. [Gleichen]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-99Cameron, Donald [Elnora]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-100Canadian Press Association [Toronto]. - 1919
M-7366-101Cundal, Alberta [Manville]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-102Greenhill, H.F. Willoughby. - 1919-1920
M-7366-103Henry, C.H. [Bow Island]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-104Holmgren, Elof [Red Deer]. - 1920
M-7366-105Lund, John A. [Barons]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-106MacFarquhar, Colin [Cremona]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-107Malchow, G.J. [Stavely]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-108Malchow, Gus E.A. [Stavely]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-109McDonnell, C.W. [North Dakota]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-110McKinney, Louise C. [Claresholm]. - 1920
M-7366-111Michols, J.M. [Victoria]. - 1919
M-7366-112Morrison, J.J. [Toronto]. - 1919
M-7366-113Muir, A.C. [Provost]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-114Parlby, Irene [Alix]. - 1919
M-7366-115Partridge, Thomas [Monitor]. - 1919
M-7366-116Proudfoot, Lorne [Chinook]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-117Root, Mrs. George F. [Wetaskiwin]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-118Sheppard, Rice [Edmonton]. - 1919
M-7366-119Shield, W.H. [Fort Macleod]. - 1919
M-7366-120Simpson, Reverend David [Tofield]. - 1920
M-7366-121Simpson, Harry T. [Hanna]. - 1919
M-7366-122Skinner, Walter [Riverton]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-123Smith, Denne and Moore [Toronto]. - 1919
M-7366-124Spencer, H.E. [Edgerton]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-125Stauffer, Joseph [Olds]. - 1919
M-7366-126Stevenson, J.S. [Ottawa]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-127Trego, W.D. [Gleichen]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-128Virtue, A.G. [Lethbridge]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-129Watson, James P. [Chinook]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-130Watson, Kenneth [Provost]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-131Wiertz, H.A. [Youngstown]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-132Wigen, O. [Wynndel]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-133Wilford, J.W. [Stavely]. - 1919-1920
M-7366-134"A-Z" miscellaneous correspondence. - 1919-1920
M-7366-135Mailing lists. - 1919-1920. - Mostly of UFA locals and political associations.
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Series 8

Western Independent - Correspondence. - 1920-1923. - 9 cm of textual records. - The series consists of part of an alphabetically-arranged set of files (the "L" to "W" only), kept by Jack Ford as general manager of the publication. Includes some circulars to shareholders.

M-7366-136"L" correspondence. - 1920-1921
M-7366-137Matter for printing. - 1920
M-7366-138"Mc" correspondence. - 1921-1922
M-7366-139McKim Ltd. [Montreal and Winnipeg]. - 1920-1921
M-7366-140Minnesota Daily Star [Minneapolis]. - 1920
M-7366-141Moran, W.J. [Knee Hill Valley]. - 1920
M-7366-142Moore, B.C. [Rowley]. - 1920
M-7366-143Morrison, J.J. [Toronto]. - 1920
M-7366-143a"N" correspondence. -- 1921
M-7366-144Office records. - 1920-1923
M-7366-145"P" correspondence. - 1920-1921
M-7366-146Prystash, D. [Vegreville]. - 1920-1921
M-7366-147Public Utilities Commission [Edmonton]. - 1920-1921
M-7366-148Renkenburger, H. [Barons]. - 1920-1922
M-7366-149Root, Mrs. George F. [Wetaskiwin]. - 1920-1921
M-7366-150Slattery, J. [Camrose]. - 1920-1922
M-7366-151"S" correspondence. - 1920-1922
M-7366-152Skinner, Walter [Riverton]. - 1920-1921
M-7366-153Statistics. - 1920-1921
M-7366-154Subscriptions for Western Independent. - 1921
M-7366-155Turner, Harris [Saskatoon]. - 1920
M-7366-156Trego, W.D. [Gleichen]. - 1920
M-7366-157"U" correspondence. - 1921-1922
M-7366-158United Farmers of Alberta Central Office. - 1920-1921
M-7366-159"W" correspondence. - 1921
M-7366-160"M-S" miscellaneous correspondence. - 1920-1921
M-7366-161"S-T" miscellaneous correspondence. - 1920
M-7366-162Circulars to shareholders. - 1920. - Primarily regarding reorganization of publishing company.
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Series 9

William Irvine papers. - 1919-1922. - 5 cm of textual records. - The series consists of personal correspondence and political papers kept by William Irvine in the Western Independent office. Includes records of the 1921 federal election, during which he successfully ran as a Labour candidate in Calgary.

M-7366-163 Personal correspondence. - 1919-1920. - Consists of the correspondence of William Irvine, founder of the Non-Partisan League, and editor of the Western Independent newspaper. The correspondence is primarily about his various speaking tours to promote the political philosophy and ideals of the Non-Partisan League. View now.
M-7366-164 Correspondence with J.S. Woodsworth [Winnipeg]. - 1919-1920. - Consists of correspondence between William Irvine, founder of the Non-Partisan League in Alberta, and J.S. Woodsworth, leader of the Social Gospel movement in Manitoba. View now.
M-7366-165a

Political campaign papers. - 1921. - Consists of correspondence related to his successful campaign as an independent labour candidate in East Calgary constituency during the 1921 federal election. He was supported by the United Farmers of Alberta during his election bid, and sat in Parliament as a UFA member.

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M-7366-165b Political campaign papers. - 1921. - Consists of voters' lists, appointments of scrutineers, posters, and poll results related to William Irvine's election as an independent labour candidate in East Calgary constituency during the 1921 federal election. He was supported by the United Farmers of Alberta during his election bid, and sat in Parliament as a UFA member. View now.
M 6366/165c Politcal campaign papers. - 1921. - Consists of campaign literature, primarily written by the United Farmers of Alberta, which was used by William Irvine during his successful campaign as an independent labour candidate in East Calgary constituency during the 1921 federal election: "Party System Failure as Business Proposition", "Political Awakening of the Canadian People Feared by Reactionaries of Both Parties", "Group Organization a Dominating Issue in Federal Election", "Mr. Crerar and the Mudslingers", and "The Falsehood; The Truth". He was supported by the UFA during his election bid, and sat in Parliament as a UFA member. View now.
M-7366-166 Letters of congratulation on being elected. - 1921-1922. - Consists of letters of congratulations written by supporters to William Irvine, who successfully ran as an independent labour candidate in East Calgary constituency during the 1921 federal election. He was supported by the United Farmers of Alberta during his election bid, and sat in Parliament as a UFA member. View now.
M-7366-167 Personal correspondence. - 1922. - Consists of correspondence of William Irvine as the Member of Parliament for East Calgary, with his constituents, people who shared his political philosophy, and others. The correspondence is arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the writer. View now.
PA-2928-(1-3)Photographs of political candidates. - 1921. - 3 photographs. - Consists of views of UFA members who ran in the 1921 federal election: Joseph Stauffer, E.J. Garland, and William Lucas. These are available in the Archives Photographs database as NA-5052-(1-3).
Related There is a short 1954 interview with William Irvine in Iris Miller's William Aberhart collection at Glenbow (M-9646-40). Scanned Document View now.
Related There is a 1960 interview with William Irvine in the UFA Oral History Project at Glenbow (M-4077a). Scanned Document View now.
Related There is a copy of Irvine's sermon notebook, 1916-1921, in the Unitarian Church fonds at Glenbow (M-9499-25).
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Series 10

Personal correspondence. - 1936-1944. - 4.5 cm of textual records. - The series consists of carbon copies of letters written by Jack Ford to his family and close friends.

M-7366-168Personal correspondence. - 1936-1939
M-7366-169Personal correspondence. - 1940
M-7366-170Personal correspondence. - 1941
M-7366-171Personal correspondence. - 1942
M-7366-172Personal correspondence. - 1943
M-7366-173Personal correspondence. - 1944
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Series 11

Nutcracker, The Alberta Non-Partisan, Western Independent. -- 1916-1920. -- The series consists of the newspapers edited by William Irvine and managed by Jack Ford. The newspapers aimed to raise the political consciousness of Albertans, and to promote the farmer-labour political movement in the province, through the espousal of the programs of the Alberta Non-Partisan League and the United Farmers of Alberta political arm. -- The original newspapers are held by the Glenbow Library.

vol.1, no. 1-4

Nutcracker. -- November-December 1916. -- Consists of The Nutcracker, a bi-monthly newspaper. 4 issues.

View November 17, 1916 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 2, 1916 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 15, 1916 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 29, 1916 issue.

vol.1, no. 5-10

Nutcracker. -- January-March 1917. -- Consists of The Nutcracker, a bi-monthly newspaper. 6 issues.

View January 15, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View February 3, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View February 16, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 2, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 16, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 30, 1917 issue.

vol.1, no. 11-16

Nutcracker. -- April-June 1917. -- Consists of The Nutcracker, a bi-monthly newspaper. 6 issues.

View April 13, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View April 27, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View May 10, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View May 25, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View June 7, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View June 21, 1917 issue.

vol.1, no. 17-22

Nutcracker. -- July-September 1917. -- Consists of The Nutcracker, a bi-monthly newspaper. 6 issues. The newspaper was renamed the Alberta Non-Partisan in October 1917.

View July 6, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View July 20, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View August 2, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View August 17, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View August 31, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View September 14, 1917 issue.

vol.1, no. 24-26
vol.2, no.1,3

The Alberta Non-Partisan. -- October-December 1917. -- Consists of The Alberta Non-Partisan, a bi-monthly newspaper. 5 issues.

View October 12, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View October 26, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View November 14, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View November 23, 1917 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 20, 1917 issue.

vol.2, no. 4-9

The Alberta Non-Partisan. -- January-March 1918. -- Consists of The Alberta Non-Partisan, a bi-monthly newspaper. 6 issues.

View January 4, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View January 18, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View February 8, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View February 22, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 15, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 29, 1918 issue.

vol.2, no. 10-15

The Alberta Non-Partisan. -- April-June 1918. -- Consists of The Alberta Non-Partisan, a bi-monthly newspaper. 6 issues.

View April 12, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View April 26, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View May 10, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View May 24, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View June 7, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View June 21, 1918 issue.

vol.2, no. 16-21

The Alberta Non-Partisan. -- July-September 1918. -- Consists of The Alberta Non-Partisan, a bi-monthly newspaper. 6 issues.

View July 5, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View July 19, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View August 12, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View August 30, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View September 12, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View September 27, 1918 issue.

vol.2, no. 22-26

The Alberta Non-Partisan. -- October-December 1918. -- Consists of The Alberta Non-Partisan, a bi-monthly newspaper. 5 issues.

View October 17, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View November 6, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View November 20, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 4, 1918 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 18, 1918 issue.

vol.3, no. 1-4,6-7

The Alberta Non-Partisan. -- January-March 1919. -- Consists of The Alberta Non-Partisan, a bi-monthly newspaper. 6 issues.

View January 2, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View January 15, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View January 30, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View February 26, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 12, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 26, 1919 issue.

vol.3, no. 8-13

The Alberta Non-Partisan. -- April-June 1919. -- Consists of The Alberta Non-Partisan, a bi-monthly newspaper. 6 issues.

View April 8, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View April 23, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View May 7, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View May 22, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View June 5, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View June 19, 1919 issue.

vol.3, no. 14-16

The Alberta Non-Partisan. -- July-August 1919. -- Consists of The Alberta Non-Partisan, a bi-monthly newspaper. 3 issues.

View July 7, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View July 24, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View August 7, 1919 issue.

vol.1, no. 1-5

The Western Independent. -- October 1919. -- Consists of The Western Independent, a weekly newspaper. 5 issues.

View October 1, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View October 8, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View October 15, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View October 22, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View October 29, 1919 issue.

vol.1, no. 6-9

The Western Independent. -- November 1919. -- Consists of The Western Independent, a weekly newspaper. 4 issues.

View November 5, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View November 12, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View November 19, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View November 26, 1919 issue.

vol.1, no. 10-14

The Western Independent. -- December 1919. -- Consists of The Western Independent, a weekly newspaper. 5 issues.

View December 3, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 10, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 17, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 24, 1919 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View December 31, 1919 issue.

vol.1, no. 15-18

The Western Independent. -- January 1920. -- Consists of The Western Independent, a weekly newspaper. 4 issues.

View January 6, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View January 14, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View January 21, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View January 28, 1920 issue.

vol.1, no. 19-22

The Western Independent. -- February 1920. -- Consists of The Western Independent, a weekly newspaper. 4 issues.

View February 4, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View February 11, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View February 18, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View February 25, 1920 issue.

vol.1, no. 23-27

The Western Independent. -- March 1920. -- Consists of The Western Independent, a weekly newspaper. 5 issues.

View March 3, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 10, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 17, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 24, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View March 31, 1920 issue.

vol.1, no. 28-33

The Western Independent. -- April-June 1920. -- Consists of The Western Independent, a bi-weekly newspaper. 6 issues.

View April 14, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View April 28, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View May 12, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View May 26, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View June 9, 1920 issue.
Link to scanned documents. View June 23, 1920 issue.


Series 12

Photographs. - 1921 and n.d.
PA-2928-(104) Portraits of E.J. Garland, William Lucas, and Joseph Stauffer of the United Farmers of Alberta; and of Mrs. William Arthur of Calgary. - 1921 and n.d. - 4 photographs
NA-5052-(1-3) Copies of the original prints described above, of E.J. Garland, William Lucas and Joseph Stauffer. Scanned Document View now.
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