Fonds uofa-9 - Ernest C. Manning fonds

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Ernest C. Manning fonds

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CA UOFA uofa-9

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  • 1935-1968 (Creation)
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    Manning, Ernest C.

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0.86 m of textual records

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Politician, 1908- . Ernest C. Manning is a long-time proponent of social credit and former leader of the Social Credit Party of Alberta. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly (1935- 1968) and as Premier (1943-1968). Nationally, he was a member of the Senate from 1970 to 1983. In these interviews he describes 35 years of politics and government in Alberta.

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Fonds consists of this series: Memoirs (1935-1968). Includes interviews by Lydia Semotuk from 1978-1981 (recorded on 47 sound tape reels), transcripts, and four photographs of the ceremony transferring the tapes to the Archives.

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