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Haultain and North-West Territories Executive Council, August 31, 1905
Haultain and North-West Territories Executive Council
August 31, 1905
PB-179-1

Frederick W. G. Haultain fonds

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Series 1 Scanned Document Textual records. - 1849-1944
Series 2 Scanned Document Photographs. - 1860-1942

Inventory

Series 1 Textual records. - 1849-1944. - 25 cm of textual records. - Consists of correspondence, invitations to events during the Coronation of Edward VII, speeches, genealogical information on the Haultain family, certificates and awards, and newspaper clippings about his political career.
M-495-1 Correspondence. - 1880-1899. - Consists of letters written by Haultain to his mother. Includes descriptions of a trip west, a stay at the Cochrane Ranche, political affairs in Fort Macleod, political matters in Regina, and various family affairs. The June 8, 1885 Cochrane Ranche letter, describing typical ranch life, food, clothing and social activities, has been scanned. Scanned Document View now.
M-495-2 Correspondence. - 1901-1902. - Consists of letters written by Haultain to his mother. Includes letters from Regina dealing with general and family matters, one written on board the ship Lucania, describing the voyage, and two from London describing the coronation of Edward VII.
M-495-3 Correspondence. - 1865-1943. - Consists of letters to his father Colonel F.W. Haultain, his sister Effie, and Lady Haultain, and a letter from the President of the University of Saskatchewan. The letters describe the history of the North-West Territories, and the history of an autographed shirt, among other topics.
M-495-4 Admission cards to University College, Toronto. - 1876-1879
M-495-5 Invitations to Coronation events. - May 29-June 20, 1902. - Haultain represented Canada at the Coronation of Edward VII. - Consists of invitations from various clubs, leagues, and personages of notes to Coronation-related events.
M-495-6 Invitations to Coronation events. - June 21-24, 1902
M-495-7 Invitations to Coronation events. - June 25-30, 1902
M-495-8 Invitations to Coronation events. - July 1-3, 1902
M-495-9 Invitations to Coronation events. - July 4-5, 1902
M-495-10 Invitations to Coronation events. - July 7-10, 1902. - Consists of invitations when Haultain was in England representing Canada during the Coronation of Edward VII. One of the invitations has been scanned. Scanned Document View now.
M-495-11 Invitations to Coronation events. - July 11-15, 1902
M-495-12 Invitations to Coronation events. - July 16-26, 1902
M-495-13 Invitations to Coronation events. - July 30-August 7, 1902
M-495-14 Invitations to Coronation events with Canadian connections. - June 20-August 11, 1902. - Includes invitations to events sponsored by Lord Strathcona, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Lord Grey and Lady Minto.
M-495-15 Programs, cards, etc. related to the Coronation of Edward VII. - 1902. - Includes programs for British Empire League ceremonies, and a Brookfield Stud pamphlet and invitation to a horse show.
M-495-16 Verses relating to Haultain. - 1866 and nd. - Conists of a poem about the code of living, annotated "For Fred's ninth birthday" (November 25, 1866); a poem on the Garibaldi Guards; and two election verses.
M-495-17 Speeches and addresses by Haultain. - 1900-1934. - Consists of speeches on constitutional and financial questions affecting the North-West Territories; a speech endorsing reciprocity; a convocation address to Baron Byng of Vimy on behalf of the University of Saskatchewan; and notes for a speech at Fort Macleod.
M-495-18 Miscellaneous papers, envelopes, etc.. - 1849-1926. - Consists of logs of journeys, probably belonging to his father Franklin Haultain; notes about the 1877 Blackfoot Treaty (Treaty 7); articles about Haultain's hat; an articles on the Knight Bachelor Order; and various notes and envelopes.
M-495-19 Certified statements of baptisms. - 1858-1859. - Consists of baptisms of Haultain and his siblings, Alpin, Gordon and Clara Elizabeth.
M-495-20 Haultain family tree. - 1931. - Consists of a family genealogy compiled by Florence F. Haultain, which traces the family from 1689 to 1931.
M-495-21 Newspaper clippings. - 1933-1937. - Consists of tributes to Haultain on this 76th and 80th birthdays.
M-495-22 Leaflets and articles on Haultain's death. - 1942. - Consists of memorial service leaflets, letters from Commissioner S.T. Wood of the RCMP, a tribute from the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, and an article entitled "A Great Jurist Passes".
M-495-23 Newspaper clippings. - 1942. - Consists of obituaries and articles paying tribute to Sir Frederick Haultain.
M-495-24 Newspaper clippings. - 1916-1937. - Consists of articles about Haultain as Chief Justice.
M-495-25 Newspaper clippings. - 1930-1931. - Consists of articles about Haultain as Acting Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.
M-495-26 Newspaper clippings. - 1906-1913. - Consists of articles dealing with Haultain's speeches on education in Saskatchewan, and news items regarding education institutions honoring him.
M-495-27 Newspaper clippings. - 1901-1918. - Consists of articles on political meetings and political figures.
M-495-28 Newspaper clippings. - 1905. - Consists of extensive articles on the political situation in the North-West Territories just prior to the inauguration of Alberta and Saskatchewan as provinces. Includes coverage of Saskatchewan's inauguration and an assortment of political cartoons.
M-495-29 Newspaper clippings. - n.d. - consits of articles primarily regarding Haultain's political activities. Includes a lengthy biography from Maclean's Magazine.
M-495-30 Pamplets and journals. - 1935-1944. - Consits of "The Autonomy Question in the Canadian North West" (1942); The Galts (1935); Saskatchewan Bar Review (1942); Canadian Bar Review (1942 and 1944); and Royal Canadian Mounted Police Quarterly (April 1915).
M-495-31 Knight Bachelor awarded to Haultain by the British Crown. - 1915. - Consists of a case containing the Knight Bachelor document and seal.
M-495-oversize Certificates and awards. - 1878-1938. - Consists of a school cerficate, and documents honoring Haultain on his 80th birthday and other occasions.
Series 2

Photographs. - 1860-1942. - 31 photographs. - Consists primarily of portraits of H.W.G. Haultain, both as a child and adult. Includes views of a gathering of Cree and Saulteaux at Lebret, Saskatchewan in 1925.

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PA-359 F.W.G. Haultain portraits and family groups. - 1862-1934 and nd. - 15 photographs. - Consists of portraits of Haultain as both and child a adult.
PA-429 F.W.G. Haultain portraits and family groups. - [ca. 1860]-1933 and nd. - 8 photographs. - Consists of portraits of Haultain as both a child and adult. Includes a photo of his siblings, Francis and Emily, as children.
PB-179 F.W.G. Haultain and staff of the Executive Council of the Government of the North-West Territories. - August 31, 1905. - 1 photograph. - Taken the day before Alberta and Saskatchewan were inaugurated as provinces.
PE-25 Panoramas of Cree and Saulteaux at Lebret, Saskatchewan. - 1925. - 2 panoramic photographs
NA-510
Portraits of H.W.G. Haultain. - 1884-1942. - 3 photographs. - Copies of PA-359 above.
NA-1057 Panoramas of Cree and Saulteaux at Lebret, Saskatchewan. - 1925. - 12 photographs. - Consists of copies PE-25 above, done in sections.
NC-23 and ND-6 Portraits of Haultain family members and views of the Haultain home. - n.d. - 5 glass negatives
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