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- CA ACU SPC F0035
- 1916, 1927, 1967-1972
Fonds consists of transcripts of radio broadcasts by Radio Japan (1968-1970) and Radio Moscow (1967-1972). Also includes issues of Owen Sound Sun, Women's Patriotic edition (1916 April 1), which lists Grey County, Ont., enlisted men; Chicago Herald Examiner, Canadian edition (1927 November 20), which discusses proposed amendments to the Canadian Constitution; and CIPAC (Copyrights, Inventions and Patents Association of Canada) (1975 October and 1976 February), for which A. Koyich was contributing editor.
- CA ACU SPC F0036
Fonds consists of correspondence; poetry manuscripts submitted to Imago by George Bowering, Daphne Marlatt, Dan McLeod, Frank Davey and others; prose and interview manuscripts; and manuscripts of poetry published in Imago, no. 7-11, 13-19.
- CA ACU SPC F0037
Fonds consists of manuscripts of poetry, articles, short stories and talks; scrapbooks containing newsclippings of articles about and poetry by Calgary authors and others; published work; and miscellaneous material.
Hill, Agnes Aston
- CA ACU SPC F0038
- [ca. 1960 - 1965]
Fonds consists of letters from Red Lane to George and Angela Bowering; poetry and short story manuscripts by R. Lane, G. Bowering, Lionel Kearns, David Dawson, Dave Cull and others; and miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC F0039
Fonds consists of correspondence with Hubert Aquin, Jacques Godbout, Gabrielle Roy, various publishers and other correspondents, relating to A. Brown's translations; and manuscripts of English translations of the following French literature: Hubert Aquin's L'antiphonaire (The antiphonary), Trou de mémoire (Blackout) and Back on April 11...; Anne Hébert's Poèmes (Poems); Jacques Godbout's Salut Galarneau! ( Hail Galarneau!), André Langevin's Une chaîne dans le parc (Orphan Street); Naïm Kattan's Le réel et le théâtral (Reality and theatre); selections from Robert Marteau's Atlante; and Gabrielle Roy's Ces enfants de ma vie (Children of my heart) and Un jardin au bout du monde (Garden in the wind). Some translations include several drafts.
- CA ACU SPC F0040
Fonds consists of correspondence, various survey returns, research material for CANLIT publications and other miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC F0041
Fonds consist of promotional material and photocopies of business correspondence and reviews, all relating to K. Rekai's children's guides to Toronto and Ottawa: The adventures of Mickey, Taggy, Puppo and Cica and how they discover Toronto; and discover Ottawa. Books published under the name "Kati" and illustrated by Elise Kane.
- 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.
- CA ACU SPC F0045
- 1910 - 1922
Fonds consists of eleven notebooks containing class notes taken at West of Scotland Agricultural College, Glasgow, Scotland, in subjects including Intermediate and Advanced Agriculture, Practical Botany, Bacteriology, Dairy Farming and Cheese Making; and several pamphlets on agricultural topics, 1910-1922.
Gentleman, William D.
- CA ACU SPC F0046
- ca. 1934 - 1977
Fonds consists of correspondence, chiefly with other musicians and composers; manuscript of Words on music; manuscript scores of compositions for viola, organ, chorus, and violin and organ, as well as an octet for woodwinds, strings and piano; and manuscript scores by other composers, including Phantasy for violin with piano accompaniment (Gestetner(?) reproduction of original manuscript) by Arnold Schoenberg and Sonata for solo violin (original manuscript) by Roger Sessions.