Manuscript of a speech given by author Donald Sage to the Fort Langley Board of Trade November 6, 1968. Speech is titled "Why Do We Celebrate Douglas Day? A Talk for the Fort langley Board of Trade". Pages are thin, white, and typewritten in black ink.
Author Donald Sage was son of UBC History Department professor Walter Noble Sage (1888-1963). The elder Sage wrote books such as "Sir Alexander Mackenzie and His Influence on the History of the North West "(1922). The Walter Sage fonds is held at the UBC Archives.
Donald Sage apparently also dabbled in history. The UBC Library holds another of his talks, "The American Miners and the Government of British Columbia" given to the Indian Sisterhood at Fort Langley, 16 April 1971.