Office of the Prime Minister - Executive office [multiple media (some electronic)]
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Office of the Prime Minister - Executive office [multiple media (some electronic)]Hierarchical level:SeriesDate:1968-2015, predominant 2002-2015.Reference:R16093-58870-9-EType of material:Textual material, Photographs, Maps and cartographic material, Objects (including medals and pins), Sound recordings, Moving imagesFound in:Archives / Collections and FondsItem ID number:5631890
Record Information – DetailsSeries includes:7 lower level description(s)View lower level description(s)Date(s):1968-2015, predominant 2002-2015.Place of creation:CanadaExtent:49.3 m of textual records.
1,412 digital textual records.
207 photographs : 203 col. print and 4 b&w prints.
209 digital photographs.
3 optical discs (3 h, 19 min, 26 s) : DVDs.
2 temporary tattoos.
1 digital sound recording (30 s).
1 digital moving image (36 s).
1 lapel pin.
1 map.Language of material:EnglishAdded language of material:English, FrenchScope and content:The Executive Office series includes records created and/or maintained by the Right Honourable Stephen J. Harper and his staff, during both his time as Leader of the Opposition (2002-2006) and as Prime Minister (2006-2015). Records types found within the series include photographs, subject files, correspondence, briefing material, speaking notes, schedules and itineraries, personal notes, reports, agendas, memos, and householders. The records often include handwritten annotations or comments by the Prime Minister.Additional information:Physical description note:Digital records received in the following file format(s): DOC, TIF, PPT, XLS, RTF, BMP, MP3, PDF, JPG, PPS, TIF, and MPG (1.48 GB).Arrangement note:The series was arranged into six sub-series: Prime Minister's Office memos, and Prime Minister's Office memo's responding to Privy Council Office clerk's notes, Privy Council Office clerk's notes, Classification System files, Reference and Personal items, Committee documentation, and Briefing Binders. Where present, the archival team maintained the original file classification system. In cases where a clear organizational structure was missing, the arrangement was determined by the archival team.Source:Private
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