The Hon. Lincoln Alexander 1997, 55 pages
Documenting the life and career of Lincoln Alexander (b. 1922), a Toronto- area lawyer who was appointed Minister of Labour in 1979, later becoming Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Interview topics include: World War II; McMaster University; Osgoode Hall Law School; articling; Junior, Okuloski firm; joined firm of John Miller, 1962; Conservative politics; Lieutenant Governor; Chair, Canadian Race Relations Foundation. Interviewer unknown. File includes three audio cassette recordings and a transcript (55 p.) with index.
Interviewer: Philip Sworden
Occupation: Lawyer, Lieutenant Governor, MPP
Number of pages: 55
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