Object is a gold-coloured medallion set in wood between two pieces of plastic/plexiglass. The medallion displays a crest and a bust along with Ethiopian lettering. The card inside reads "Presented to R.N. Thompson by Prince Makonnen Hailie Slassie Duke of Harrar June 1951".
Object is a wood board with a gold coloured plastic plaque reading "50th Anniversary, Robert and Hazel Thompson, May 4th, 1989 - Our Heartiest Congratulations and our deepest appreciation for your involvement in the E.F.C.C - Your friends of the Lower Pacific District", from the Evangelical Free Church of Canada. Made by the Trophy Centre in B.C.
Object is a blue guest book with individual's signatures inside for the "1968 Election Conservative Committee Room, 25 May-25 June, Candidate Robert N. Thompson". There are 19 pages of signatures and the first signature is by Thompson.
Object is a commemorative plate for military service with a tiger on the front and multi coloured yellow, green, and pink tassels attached on the top. There is an engraving on the plate reading "Mr. Robert N. Thompson, 1967.3.11, M/G Byang Hion Lew, CG, Tiger Rok Division, Vietnam". The centre features a raised emblem of a side profile of a tiger’s face roaring. The emblem background is green and the tiger is orange and red. This emblem represents the Tiger Division of Republic of Korea Army. On either side of the emblem has engraved Korean script, Hangul, which translates to "fierce tiger".
File consists of a typed photocopied edited manuscript "Social Economics" by Robert N. Thompson who was associate professor of political science at TWU, and Terry Noir, assistant professor of economics at Trinity Western College. The file contains pages 1 to 127 of the edited manuscript.
File consists of a briefing book for the meeting of the First Ministers' Conference on Aborginal Constitutional Matters held in Ottawa on March 8-9, 1984. Documentation includes working group reports on the following topic Aboriginal or self-government, a supplementary report of the working groups, consolidation of self-government options and related proposals, and a list of expected delegates.
File consists of a briefing book for the meeting of the First Ministers' Conference on Aborginal Constitutional Matters held in Ottawa on March 8-9, 1984. Documentation includes working group reports on the following topics: equality rights, Aboriginal Title and Aboriginal Rights, treaties and treaty rights, and land and resources.
File consists of a Senate Reform Briefing Book with the following sections: Meeting with Alberta Senate Reform Task Force; Alberta “Triple E” Senate Proposal; Recent Developments; Senate Reform outline; Position of Other Governments; Criticism of “Triple E” Proposal; Alberta “Triple E” Material (APC 1988); WPC 1988 Communique; APC (1988) Briefing Notes; 1978 B.C. Senate Reform Proposal; 1980 Best Efforts Draft and B.C. Proposal; W.R. Bennett, “New Upper House” 1980; G. Gardom, Parliamentary Committee Speech, 1983; and, 1987 Criticism of the Triple E Senate Proposal.