The fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, scrapbooks, photographs, speeches, addresses, lecture and research notes, honorary degrees, certificates and awards; and material covering all aspects of Senator Goldenberg's career. The largest category is Senator Goldenberg's work for the Canadian Labour Congress as conciliator, mediator and, most frequently, arbitrator. There is also a large amount of material on some of the commissions, conferences and advisory posts on which Senator Goldenberg has served. Of particular interest are the records of the Royal Commission on Metropolitan Toronto, 1964, the inquiry under the Combines Investigation Act into the Electrical Wire andCcable Industry in Quebec during 1952-1953, and some unusual material on problems in the Jamaican and Trinidadian Sugar Industries. The correspondence files contain extensive correspondence with many of Canada's leading political leaders including Mackenzie King, Lester B. Pearson, Pierre Trudeau, and C.D. Howe. There are also many letters from Stephen Leacock.
Goldenberg, H. Carl