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- CA ACU SPC F0098
Fonds consists of business and personal correspondence, contracts and royalty statements; diaries; preliminary work and ideas; manuscripts, ranging from rough drafts to galleys, of radio and television plays, screenplays, radio and film scripts, novels, short stories, articles and speeches; newsclippings of reviews, articles and interviews; and miscellaneous material. Also includes manuscripts of short stories and scripts by other authors.
- CA ACU SPC F0093
Fonds consists of correspondence; contracts; diaries; photographs; research material, outlines and preliminary work; manuscripts, ranging from various drafts to galley and production scripts, of short stories, articles, prose, film scripts, screenplays, and stage, television and radio plays; and published work.
Jack, Donald Lamont
- CA ACU SPC F0139
Fonds consists of correspondence; family papers; journals; manuscripts of prose, poetry and novel; published works; photographs; miscellaneous; and works by others.
- CA ACU SPC F0149
Fonds consists of correspondence; notebooks; manuscripts of novels, short stories, film, television and radio scripts, treatments and proposals, stage plays, articles, book reviews, columns, essays and speeches; published works; works about F. Stenson; miscellaneous material; and videocassettes scripted by F. Stenson.
- CA ACU SPC F0148
Fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts of poems, short stories and young adult fiction, published works and audio-visual material.
- 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 SPC F0017
Fonds consists of the following series: correspondence; notebook; manuscript; published works; works on Christie Harris; and miscellaneous. Includes a small appendix (MsC 263) of 15 items consisting of material relating to the B.C. Gas Lifetime Achievement Award given to C. Harris May 23, 1998 in a public investiture ceremony at the Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver, B.C.
- CA ACU SPC F0070
Fonds consists of business and personal correspondence with various publishers, educators, authors, family, friends and others; research material; manuscripts of columns, articles, radio talks, television documentaries, short stories, novels and books of prose, written or edited by H. Horwood; daily journals; published work; and original sound recordings of the National Film Board production The author of these words : Harold Horwood.
- CA ACU SPC F0067
Fonds consists of personal and business correspondence; legal documents; financial records; photographs; political speeches; transcripts of radio broadcasts; research material; manuscripts and/or galleys of articles, plays, short stories, novels and books of prose; and miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC F0043
Fonds consists of letters from poets Earle Birney, George Bowering, Frank Davey, David Dawson, Al Purdy and others, discussing poetry, the TISH poetry group and various other topics; letters from Louis Dudek, Fred Cogswell and Victor Coleman relating to D. Bromige's submission of poetry to various periodicals for publication consideration; correspondence with Atlantic Monthly relating to a poem by G. Bowering published in that periodical; and manuscripts of poetry by G. Bowering and an analysis by D. Bromige of G. Bowering's poem The red hot element.