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- CA ACU SPC F0001
Fonds consists of the following series: correspondence; manuscript; published work; scrapbook; works on Constance Beresford-Howe; miscellaneous; and sound recordings.
- CA ACU SPC F0003
Fonds consists of general correspondence and correspondence relating to individual titles; manuscripts ranging from rough drafts and fragments to production scripts of stage plays, screenplays, novels, short stories and essays; promotional, production and review material; works on J.M. Glass including awards; photographs; posters; audio and video cassettes; miscellaneous; and published works.
Glass, Joanna M.
- CA ACU SPC F0004
Fonds consists of the following series: correspondence; notebook; manuscript; columns; scrapbook; sound recording; works by other authors; works on Michael Cook; photograph and miscellaneous. Fonds also includes one small appendix, MsC 156, consisting of promotional, production and review material for the Globe Theatre's production of The head, guts and soundbone dance, November 15 - December 4, 1977, in Regina, Saskatchewan. A later accession, MsC 312, consists of a letter (May 20, 1986) from Michael Cook to Malcolm Page.
- CA ACU SPC F0005
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts of poetry, novels, short stories, speeches, essays and reviews; notebooks; audio visual material; awards and honours; teaching materials; works on R. Kroetsch; published work; and works by others. MsC 42, the speech given by R. Kroetsch on the occasion of the presentation of the Robert Kroetsch papers to the University of Calgary, is an appendix to MsC 27.
- CA ACU SPC F0008
Fonds consists of the following series for MsC 40: correspondence (1949-1984); drama (1969-1982); fiction (ca. 1952-1984); poetry (ca. 1951-1983); prose (1950, 1963-1983); published works (1951-1983); audio-visual (192-, 1954-1984); miscellaneous (1952-1984); works on Nowlan (1953-1984); and four small appendices (MsC 59, 61, 106, 119) consisting of material relating to A. Nowlan and acquired from other sources. MsC 59 consists of a sound cassette Remembering Alden Nowlan, taped at a Theatre New Brunswick event paying tribute to A. Nowlan. MsC 106 is a draft of A gift to last, revised by co-author Walter J. Learning in 1989. MsC 119 consists of promotional material for a production of Frankenstein : the man who became god. For description of MsC 61 see entry under Rachel Paulson Pride. Accession 523/92.21 consists of poetry manuscripts; notebooks; reviews and other material relating to publication or productions of A. Nowlan's work after his death in 1983; and twenty-four sound recordings of interviews, radio broadcasts of A. Nowlan's works, tributes paid to the author and other miscellaneous events. Accession 569/95.5 consists of material relating to A. Nowlan including v. 2, no. 4, Summer 1963 issue of Amethyst devoted to him.
- CA ACU SPC F0009
- ca. 1965-2011
Fonds consists of the following series for MsC 54: correspondence ([19--], 1965-1984); manuscript ([19--], 1971-1984); audio ([19--], 1971-1981); works by other authors (1976-1984); and miscellaneous ([19--], ca. 1965-1984). MsC 295 consists of holograph thank-you to Dorothy Jones from S. Pollock; three typescript (photocopy) letters to Bill Millerd, Vancouver Arts Club, from S. Pollock; two production photographs of S. Pollock in Douglas College production of Lysistrata; and one production photograph of S. Pollock in Douglas College production of her own play, My name is Lisbeth. MsC 320 consists of compact disk recording of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation production of radio play Constance Kent by S. Pollock with S. Pollock in the title role, 1990. MsC 326 consists of letter from S. Pollock to members of Playwrights Union of Canada regarding contracts. MsC 331 consists of letter (June 23, 2001) from S. Pollock to James DeFelice. Filed with MsC 54.2.3. Acc 890/12.7 consists of correspondence; research material and manuscripts of stage plays, articles and speeches; collaborative projects including a scenario for a ballet; contracts; royalty statements; publicity materials; playbills; programmes and reviews; works about S. Pollack including biographical material; Interviews and newsclippings; and 3 videocassettes of various play productions.
- CA ACU SPC F0012
Fonds consists of correspondence; notebooks; manuscripts of short stories, novels, television play, essays and articles; works on A. Munro; published works; and miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC F0014
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts of novels, short stories, articles, essays, lectures, papers, reviews, speeches, screenplay and thesis; material relating to A. van Herk's editing, teaching, membership in various organizations including the Writers Guild of Alberta and the Alberta Foundation for the Literary Arts, and on various committees; photographs; sound recordings; research material; published work; and works on A. van Herk. Also includes MsC 56, a small appendix consisting of material from the Canadian Book Information Centre described in entry for Canadian Book Information Centre; and MsC 330, an audio cassette recording of A. van Herk reading her short story, Mining darkness, on CBC Radio's Aircraft, March 1989. Accession 857/09.1 consists of 1.32 m of textual records donated by Aritha van Herk and Rudy Wiebe which is restricted during their lifetimes.
Van Herk, Aritha
- CA ACU SPC F0015
Fonds consists of correspondence; research material; notes; manuscripts of novels, short stories, children's literature, television plays and screenplays; speeches; lectures; works on R. Wiebe; and material relating to R. Wiebe's editing of short story anthologies. Includes material relating to R. Wiebe's teaching creative writing courses at the University of Alberta and to his involvement with the Writers' Union of Canada and Canada Council, as well as conferences, writers' festivals, committees, workshops, juries and readings. Accession 349/84.16, consisting of Glenbow Foundation manuscript Frank Collicutt and his Willow Springs Herefords, 1957 (photocopy), Accession 350/84.17 consisting of Glenbow Foundation manuscript Claude Gallinger and his Killearn Shorthorns, 1957 (photocopy), and Accession 386/86.08, consisting of Foothills, v. 1, no. 1, April 2, 1985 with article Wiebe: Riel is a legitimate, authentic, mythic hero by Kelly Pitman and 2 audiocassettes with a Riel workshop and a reading by R. Wiebe, filed with Accession 329/83.26 (box 44).
- CA ACU ARC F0015
Fonds consists of Stadelbauer's training certificates and course notes, personal and professional correspondence, travel scrapbooks, personal and students' sketches, departmental administrative records, minutes of numerous university committees, fine arts program development records, personal and departmental financial records, art facility building drawings, course outlines, teaching notes, students' essays and other coursework, exams, records from professional organisations such as the Allied Arts Council and the Alberta Society of Artists, photographs of people and completed artworks, and sound recordings including music and radio interviews.
The fonds also contains a small number (3 grey boxes) of records belonging to Helen's sister, Isabel Stadelbauer. These records include personal and professional correspondence, as well as records of the Alberta Society of Artists, for whom Isabel acted as Secretary-Treasurer for several years.