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Series consists of correspondence, minutes of meetings, memoranda, working files of Frank Wallace, information about the Confederation trains and caravans in the provinces and reports relating to the activities of the Director of Regional Offices.
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Finding aid 69-7 is a typed file list relating to volumes 515-516. 69-7 (Paper)
Finding aid 69-9 is a handwritten file list relating to volumes 799-801, 803-804, 813-814, 817. 69-9 (Paper)
Biography / Administrative history
The Centennial Commission established regional offices in each of the provinces to coordinate projects and serve as information offices for press, radio and television representatives, as well as the general public. The Director of Regional Offices was located in Ottawa and was responsible for the supervision and coordination of the activities of the various Regional Offices. John (Jack) Golding served as Director until 1967 when F.L. (Frank) Wallace replaced him. Mr Wallace had formerly been the Director of the Nova Scotia regional office. RG69 General Inventory
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