Files consist of oral history records documenting the life and career of Archibald Rendall Dick (b. 1926), who was a Toronto-area lawyer who worked for the Attorney General's Department, becoming Deputy Attorney General in 1964, and Deputy Minister of Treasury, Economics and Inter-Governmental Affairs (1974-1981). Interview topics include: University of Toronto; Osgoode Hall; Attorney General's Department; Deputy Attorney General; Arthur Wishart; Constitution; Deputy Minister of Treasury, Economics and Inter-Governmental Affairs. Interviewer is unknown. File includes nine audio cassette recordings from a series of nine interviews, a transcript (404 p.) and one photograph of A.R. Dick.
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C 81-1 Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - General Programme interview files
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