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Place of creation
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Scope and content
Fonds consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, articles, personal souvenirs and printed material relating primarily to Canadian foreign policy during World War I, the negotiations of the various peace treaties, the foundation of the League of Nations, the Locarno Treaty, Canadian Arctic Sovereignty, and boundary waters agreements between Canada and the United States. Photocopy, 24 pages.
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Textual records The finding aid is a descriptive list of files and an index of file titles. MSS0189 90 (Electronic)
Biography / Administrative history
Loring Cheney Christie, lawyer and diplomat, was born in 1885 at Amherst, N.S., and received a B.A. from Acadia University in 1905, and a LL.B. from Harvard University in 1909. While at Harvard, he was one of the editors of the Harvard Law Review.
Loring Christie became legal adviser to the Department of External Affairs in 1913, after having spent several years in the United States Department of Justice. He was Prime Minister Borden's chief expert on international problems and Borden's confidential assistant during World War I. He accompanied Borden to the 1917 and 1918 meetings of the Imperial War Cabinet, the Paris Peace Conference, and the Washington Conference. In 1923, Christie resigned from the Department and went to work for Dunn, Fisher, and Company, a financial house in London, England, from 1923 until 1926.
After serving as special assistant to the Chairman of Ontario Hydro, 1927-1929, and legal adviser to the Beauharnois Light Heat and Power Company, 1929-1935, Christie rejoined the Department of External Affairs in 1935. He was appointed Canadian minister to the United States in 1939, and held this position until his death in 1941.
See also: The Canadian Encyclopedia, 1985 and Encyclopedia Canadiana.
Volume 1 received in 1923 from Mr. Loring Christie. Volumes 2-29 transferred between 1968 and 1976 from the Department of External Affairs.
Availability of other formats note
1. World War I - Treaties Canadian Arctic Sovereignty, [19-]
2. World War I - Peace League of Nations.
3. Canada - Foreign relations - United States, [19-]
4. United States - Foreign relations - Canada, [19-]
5. Canada - Boundaries - United States, [19-]
6. United States - Boundaries - Canada, [19-]
7. Territorial waters - Canada, [19-]
8. Territorial waters - United States, [19-]
9. World War I - Canada.
10. Locarno, Treaty of, [19-]
11. Loring Cheney Christie - Correspondence, [19-]
12. Arctic regions, [19-]
13. Canada - Boundaries - Arctic regions, [19-]
14. Arctic regions - Boundaries - Canada, [19-]
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