Fonds MsC-86 - Social Credit Women's Auxiliary fonds

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Social Credit Women's Auxiliary fonds

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  • Textual records
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  • [195?] - [199?] (Creation)
    Social Credit Women's Auxiliary

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11 m of textual records, photographic material and objects.

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The Social Credit Women's Auxiliary was formed as an organization for women in BC to support and become informed about the principles and objectives of Social Credit, and the Social Credit government of the province of British Columbia. A further objective was to support the BC Social Credit party and its candidates during an election. The organization did not advocate for increased participation of women within the party and government, but worked to raise money and awareness for the party.

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Records were in the custody of Flo Dickinson prior to their acquisition by Simon Fraser University Library Special Collections and Rare Books in 2012.

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Fonds consists of records relating to the activities of the Social Credit Women's Auxiliary and materials collected by Flo Dickinson as a member of the auxiliary. These include campaign material, photographs, correspondence, textiles, certificates, newspaper clippings, placards, account books, reports, magazines, brochures, and ephemera.

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  • English

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Created January 4, 2016. SS

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