Trinidad and Tobago -- Politics and government
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Rudranath Capildeo Letters
Gaskynd Granger Papers
The collection includes a miscellany of documents: acts, booklets, bulletins, correspondence, financial statements, handwritten minutes, invitations, memos, newspaper clippings, and reports.
Sir Solomon and Lady Thelma Hochoy papers
The collection consists of letters, photographs, legal and financial documents, handwritten notes and newspaper clippings. The documents cover Solomon Hochoy's role as Governor than as Governor-General. Also included are documents relating to Thelma Hochoy's extensive involvement in social welfare, including her fundraising activities on behalf of the Lady Hochoy Home.
Kamaluddin Mohammed Papers
The Kamaluddin Mohammed papers contain the documents emanating from his political life from 1940s to 2003 and in particular his Ministerial appointments and service as Caricom Ambassador. There are smaller series of material which highlight his involvement with the Muslim community in Trinidad and Tobago, and some of his cultural activities.
James O'Neil Lewis papers
The collection which contains correspondence, documents, manuscripts and photographs, highlights various aspects of his career as a diplomat and public servant to Trinidad and Tobago. Dr. O'Neil Lewis took the opportunity to comment on many aspects of Trinidad and Tobago society inclusive of the constitution. Manuscripts for many of these are available in the papers.
Patricia Raymond's Eric Williams Collection
The collection holds the materials accumulated by Ms. Raymond during the process of preparing the book "Dr. Eric Williams: a Bibliography." The collection has various speeches and publications.
Trinidad and Tobago Election memorabilia,
These materials were collected from the campaign trail of political parties contesting elections in Trinidad and Tobago. The accumulation of materials began in 2010 with the General and Local Government elections. The repository will continue to add to this collection with the hope of acquiring memorabilia from previous elections.