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The fonds provides information on activities organised by the Sir George Williams Liberal Club and its guest speakers, such Lester B. Pearson, Leader of the Opposition, in 1958; Mr. Pearson would be prime minister of Canada from 1963 to 1968 and receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957.
The fonds consists of correspondence, clippings, photocopies of photographs on student life and the Liberal Club, a Sir George Williams College silk scarf, and a frosh button.
- October 31, 1958
Part of Florence Yaffe fonds
At Windsor Hotel. Back, from left to right: ?, Dave Robinson - Sir George Williams, Stuart Smith - McGill, Maurice Fish - Sir George Williams, Florence Yaffe - Sir George Williams, George Williams Lutfy - Sir George Williams, Bob Bosoda - Sir George Williams, Walter Bielowski - McGill, Gordon Echenberg - McGill, Jean David - McGill, James Najar - McGill, Harvey Kolodney - McGill
Front, from left to right: Peter Vita (President of Sir George Liberal Club) - Sir George Williams, Guy Bacon (President of Quebec University Liberal Club) - Laval, Brahm Campbell - McGill, President of McGill Liberal Club.