Subseries - VII/D. Paul Martineau Subseries

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VII/D. Paul Martineau Subseries

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  • 1958-1960, predominant 1960 (Creation)

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Paul Martineau, born at Bryson, Quebec, in 1921, was a lawyer and Conservative Member of Parliament for Pontiac-Temiscamingue from 1958 to 1965. He served as Diefenbaker’s Parliamentary Secretary (1959-1961), Deputy Speaker (1962), and Minister of Mines and Technical Services (1962-1963).

This subseries contains the reference material assembled by Paul Martineau while serving as Diefenbaker’s Parliamentary Secretary.

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This subseries is arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

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