Premier John P. Robarts speeches and statements
|Reference Code:||Series - RG 3-103|
|Title:||Premier John P. Robarts speeches and statements|
|Date of Creation:||1961-1971|
2.8 metres of textual records
|Scope and Content:||
Series consists of speeches and statements delivered by Premier John P. Robarts during his time in office. The speeches, and related material such as notes, programs, clippings, etc., are organized into files by subject of the speech, name of the group who received the speech, or by type of speech, such as Speech from the Throne. The files are arranged alphabetically.
|Administrative History or Biographical Sketch:||
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|Terms For Use and Reproduction:||
Copyright is primarily held by the Crown. There are no restrictions on reproduction. Permission of the Archives of Ontario is required for publication; submit a Request for Permission to Publish, Exhibit or Broadcast Form.
|Immediate Source of Acquisition:||The records were acquired by the Archives in an intra-governmental transfer in 1975.|
Related records may be found in John Robarts' private records held at the Archives of Ontario (Reference Code: F 15).
|Accruals:||No further accruals are expected.|
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