Documenting the life and career of Edward B. Jolliffe (1909-1998), a labour lawyer who served as the Ontario leader of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.) (1942-1953). Interview topics include: childhood in China; Oxford University; Ontario leader, C.C.F.; labour law; select cases; Truscott case; O.P.P. surveillance of C.C.F; Agnes McPhail. Interview conducted by Todd Harris. File includes 11 audio cassette recordings from a series of six interviews with a transcript (278 p.).
Date Started: 14/11/1986
Date Completed: 14/11/1986
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