H. Leslie Brown fonds [multiple media]
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H. Leslie Brown fonds [multiple media]
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- Référence :
- R3655-0-2-E, MG31-D17
- Genre de documents :
- Documents textuels, Documents photographiques, Objets (incluant les médailles et épinglettes), Documents sonores, Art
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- Archives / Collections et fonds
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Notice descriptive – Détails
- Fonds comprend :
12 description(s) de niveau inférieurVoir description(s) de niveau inférieur
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- Lieu de création :
- Sans lieu, inconnu ou indéterminé
- Étendue :
2 m of textual records.
745 photographs chiefly b&w.
7 medals gold, silver, bronze.
2 audio reels (ca. 2 h).
1 drawing pen and ink, charcoal and felt pen.
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Fonds consists of Trade Commissioner papers, 1929-1977; and Expo '67 papers, 1958-1969.
Also included are photographs depicting the activities and career of H. Leslie Brown.
The fonds also contains an Expo 67 medal; a Regina Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee medal; a Chambre de Commerce et de l'industrie de France commemorative medal; a Salon de Provence medal; an Expo 67 Atlantic Provinces medallion; a 1965-1966 New York World Fair medal; and a Canadian Centennial medal, 1963-1967, and a half-crown from Jersey, Channel Islands commemorating 900 years with the Englush crown.
Also included are sound recordings of the recollections of H. Leslie Brown about important visitors to the Canadian Pavilion at Expo'67, 1979.
The fonds contains a cartoon entitled, "Le Pavillon Canadien a l'expo: une pyramide inversée!, 1967, by Jacques Gagnier.
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- Biographie/Histoire administrative :
Brown, H. Leslie, 1903- : H. Leslie Brown was born on 31 October 1903 in London, England. He received his education in British Columbia and Alberta and joined the Department of Trade and Commerce as a Junior Trade Commissioner in 1929. During his career he served in Mexico, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Argentina, and Venezuela. From 1958 to 1963 he was Assistant Deputy Minister of the Department of Trade. In December 1963 Brown was appointed Commissioner General of the Canadian Pavilion for EXPO '67. Brown retired from government service in 1968 to become an export trade consultant for UNCTAD/GATT International Trade Centre. He worked in Jamaica and Afghanistan. He has written two manuscripts: his memoirs and a history of the Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce. See also: The Canadian Who's Who, 1964-1966.
- Instrument de recherche :
Textual records (Électronique) The finding aid is a file list of the entire collection. MSS0862 (90: Ouvert)
http://data2.archives.ca/pdf/pdf001/p000002864.pdfMedals: (Électronique) Item level descriptions available online in MINISIS.Medals: (Papier) Medal inventory cards 9260 to 9267.Sound recording (Électronique) Finding aid consists of a PDF of a typed description of audio interview of Leslie Brown, with the associated audio reel numbers. (90: Ouvert)
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- Note générale :
- Received in 1979 from H. Leslie Brown. Audio recordings recorded at the Sound Archives Division of the then Public Archives of Canada, Ottawa.
- Vedette-matière :
- Canada - Centennial celebrations, etc
- Scrapbooks Canada
- Canada. Department of Trade and Commerce - Officials and employees, 1929-1977 Expo '67 (Montreal, Quebec), 1958-1969
- Canada. Department of Trade and Commerce - Records and correspondence, 1929-1977 Canadian Pavillion, 1967
- H. Leslie Brown - Correspondence, 1929-1977
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- Modalités d'utilisation :
Original photographs: No restrictions. Various copyrights on items less than 50 years old. Copyright is expired on items more than 50 years old. Credit: Name of photographer / National Archives of Canada / Copy negative no.
Loaned photographs: National Archives of Canada does not provide copies; they must be obtained by the lender. For items still in copyright; copyright must be established by the holder of the originals. Credit: Name of photographer / National Archives of Canada / Copy negative no.
Objects: No restrictions. Various copyrights. Credit: National Archives of Canada.
Sound recordings: Reproduction and use in any form requires the written permission of the copyright holders.
Drawing: No restrictions. Copyright: Jacques Gagnier. Credit: National Archives of Canada.
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