Series - Early Records.

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Early Records.

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  • 1939 - 1979 (Creation)

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0.29 metres of textual records

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This is a small series of textual records that includes papers written by L.H. Thomas for courses taken during his student years at the University of Saskatchewan, and the University of California. There are also two files related to his doctoral work at the University of Minnesota, with alumni-related correspondence. Two files relate to L.H. Thomas' appointment to the Saskatchewan Archives office, by the Saskatchewan Archives Board of the University of Saskatchewan. The remainder of the records in this series are related to L.H. Thomas' experience as first a lecturer in the History Department and then an Associate Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan. While at the University of Saskatchewan, L.H. Thomas had the opportunity to lead a summer seminar at the Duke University Commonwealth Studies Center, and files related to this program are found here.

The series is separated into two sub-series: Student records, and University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus records. The files are maintained in chronological order.

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