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Simon Fraser University Special Collections and Rare Books
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File includes Blaser’s high school and college yearbooks.

Year files

This sub-series contains records related to the Social Credit Party provincial election campaigns, by-elections, party conventions, constituency events and membership records. It contains: minutes, campaign and membership promotional material (flyers, stickers, news releases, lawn signs), correspondence, memos, party office material, statements, messages, speeches, lists, directories, by-laws updates, handbooks, ephemera, posters, photographs, convention programs, membership registration slips, newsletters, clippings.

Year books

This sub-series contains Year books that cover in detail activities of the BC Social Credit Party and BC Young Socreds. These books were made and added to as documents were created or received. The records contain circulars, correspondence, memos, meeting minutes, notes, reports, articles, newsletters, statements, poll records, lists, some financial records, maps, party logos, and other records. Some of the books contain internal records intended for the campaign managers and not for the public view at that time. These records provide an insight into internal activity and workings of BC Social Credit provincial level campaigns. One of the notable events that these records document is NDP’s promise to rescind the Restraint Program.

The majority of this sub-series contains the records created by the Burnaby Edmonds constituency (home constituency of the donor). Some records are general party records.

[Yasnaya Polyana Bakery]

This file contains material related to a restaurant at Tolstoy's estate, supported by Vladimir Tolstoy, and run by Doukhobors.

Yasmin Ladha

File consists of student work, drafts, notes, correspondence, and administrative materials such as grant applications relating to Yasmin Ladha, particularly during the completion of her Master’s degree in Creative Writing at the University of Calgary, as Wah served as supervisor for her thesis, “Circum and Gesture.”

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