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F.A. McGregor papers (J18) [textual record]. 



Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

0.1 m of textual records.

Scope and content

Series contains the papers of F.A. McGregor, secretary and longtime associate of William Lyon Mackenzie King. McGregor was born in Ottawa in 1888. He worked as King's secretary in the Department of Labour until 1910. In 1914, McGregor again returned to work for King, first assisting King with his studies in industrial relations under the Rockefeller Foundation (1914-1919), then as King private secretary from 1919-1925. From 1925-1949 McGregor was Registrar and later Commissioner, Combines Investigation Act. He was also a member of the Wartime Prices and Trade Board (1939-1950), and its enforcement administrator from 1941-1946. After King's death, McGregor was appointed literary executor and a trustee of the estate. Series consists of correspondence between F.A. McGregor, the literary executors and other involved in the writing of the biography and the management of King's estate. A small amount of McGregor's personal correspondence is also located here.

Textual records
90: Open
90: Open
Archival reference no.
Former archival reference no.

Textual records Finding aid is a file list, MSS0502-J18. MSS0502 90 (Paper)

Additional information

The papers were presented in 1980 by Mr. A.N. McGregor.