Canadian drama

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George Stewart, Jr., collection of photographs of actors, actresses and singers of the Canadian and American stage.

  • CA ACU SPC C0025
  • Collection
  • 1868-1906

Collection consists of card photographs collected by G. Stewart while working as editor and theatre reviewer for newspapers in Saint John, N.B., and Quebec City, P.Q. Most photographs identify the photographer and are inscribed and dated. In addition to photographs of actors, actresses and singers, collection includes photographs of Lord and Lady Lorne and four unidentified individuals.

Stewart, George

Guy Vanderhaeghe fonds.

  • CA ACU SPC F0180
  • Fonds
  • 1960-2017

Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts, ranging from fragments and rough drafts to printers' copies and page proofs, of novels, short stories, short story collections, stage plays, poetry and lyrics; screenplays by G. Vanderhaeghe and others based on G. Vanderhaeghe's works; articles, book reviews, essays, lectures and speeches; promotional material; articles, essays and thesis about G. Vanderhaeghe and his works; interviews with the author; miscellaneous material; works by other authors; and published work.

Vanderhaeghe, Guy

W.O. Mitchell fonds

  • CA ACU SPC F0007
  • Fonds
  • 1888-2011

Fonds includes material relating to the life and works of W. O. Mitchell as a writer, teacher, playwright and performer. Included are personal, general and business related correspondence; manuscripts of novels, short stories, stage plays, radio plays, television plays and film scripts; copies and drafts of articles in newspapers and magazines; audio-visual recordings of interviews with Mitchell and dramatizations of Mitchell’s works; promotional material such as posters; teaching records relating to his positions as writer-in-residence and lectures and presentations delivered to academic and primary schools; awards such as honorary degrees; personal records including scrapbooks; financial files including writing contracts and business records; photographs; and an electric typewriter used by Mitchell at his cabin on Mabel Lake, B.C.

Mitchell, W. O. (William Ormond)