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Tape 44

The file consists of copied correspondence, dated 1974 to 1979, mainly concerning the Franklin Probe, the Order of St. John's Ambulance, and special e events such as Royal visits; At the beginning of the file are notes providing contextual information about the compiled correspondence and the content of the tape. Correspondence appears to have been photocopied ca. 1994 and compiled by Stuart Hodgson to accompany his audio recordings on tape, and is referred to in items 1110A and 1110B.

Tape 42, Tape 43 [File 3 of 3]

The file consists of original correspondence from Stuart Hodgson address to "Colleague" concluding his service as Commissioner; copied correspondence from 1972; and copied correspondence from 1973. File 3 of 3. Original file was large and split into 3 files. These documents are referred to in item 1109B (audio recording).

Tape 42, Tape 43 [File 2 of 3]

The file consists of the Commissioner's first and last addresses to the NWT Council: Sessional Paper No. 1 (First Session, March 6, 1967), Commissioner's Opening Address; and, the Opening Address of Commissioner Stuart M. Hodgson to the 67 Session of the Council of the Northwest Territories, January 19, 1969; and the Progrogation Addresss of Commissioner S. M. Hodgson to the Council of the Northwest Territories, March 30, 1979. File 2 of 3. Original file was large and split into 3 files. These documents are referred to in item 1109B (audio recording).

Tape 42, Tape 43 [File 1 of 3]

The file consists of copied and some original correspondence, dated 1978 to 1979, mainly concerning the evolution of government in the Northwest Territories; visit of Princess Margriet of the Netherlands and her husband Peter Vollenhoven; Stuart Hodgson leaving the North. The file includes correspondence with Mace Coffey, the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs, Hugh Faulkner and other Federal Government offices, among others. At the beginning of the file are notes providing contextual information about the compiled correspondence and the content of the tape. Correspondence appears to have been photocopied ca. 1994 and compiled by Stuart Hodgson to accompany his audio recordings on tape, and is referred to in items 1108A, 1108B, 1109A, and 1109B. File 1 of 3. Original file was large and split into 2 files.

Tape 40 , Tape 41

The file consists of copied correspondence, dated 1977 to 1978, mainly concerning local government; Commissioner's tour and visits to Ottawa; impact of the boycott on sealskins; arrangements for the Prince of Wales' visit; and economic and Northern Development matters. At the beginning of the file are notes providing contextual information about the compiled correspondence and the content of the tape. Correspondence appears to have been photocopied ca. 1994 and compiled by Stuart Hodgson to accompany his audio recordings on tape, and is referred to in items 1106A, 1106B, 1107A, 1107B, and 1108A.

Farewell visit to Inuvik, 19 March 1979

The file consists of original correspondence and inscription to accompany photographs, from G. F. Bowyer, Regional Director in Inuvik. Photographs have been separated and found at: N-2017-008: 0939-0953.

Tape 38, Tape 39

The file consists of copied correspondence, dated May to October 1977, mainly concerning the Berger Report and Inquiry regarding the Mackenzie Valley pipeline; establishing a community college; devolution and decentralization of government; Prince Andrew's visit; naming the new museum after the Prince of Wales; and other Territorial matters. At the beginning of the file is a note, providing contextual information about the compiled correspondence and the content of the tape. Correspondence appears to have been photocopied ca. 1994 and compiled by Stuart Hodgson to accompany his audio recordings on tape, and is referred to in items 1104A, 1104B, 1105A, and 1105B.

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