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Robert Kroetsch fonds.
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Kroetsch, Robert

  • Miscellaneous material.
  • Maps, newsclipping for travel book Alberta.

Kroetsch, Robert

  • Correspondence (1973 June 24 - 1975 December 17), relating to Badlands, discussed under earlier title Field notes.
  • Correspondence chiefly between R. Kroetsch and Richard C. Martin and various representatives of General Publishing Co. Limited and John McLaughlin of Campbell Thomson & McLaughlin Ltd.

Martin, Richard C.

  • Letter (1973 September 3,6), from R.C. Martin to Robert Kroetsch.
  • Autograph letter(s) signed by the hand of the author discussing Badlands.

Campbell Thomson & McLaughlin Ltd.

  • Letter (1973 December 21), London, England, from John McLaughlin, Campbell Thomson & McLaughlin Ltd., to Robert Kroetsch, Binghamton, N.Y.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author discussing Badlands, using a variant title, and mentioning The words of my roaring, The studhorse man and Gone Indian.

Boundary 2.

  • Order form for the journal with a table of contents.
  • Typescript. Two copies.

Atwood, Margaret.

  • Biography and bibliography of M. Atwood.
  • Typescript (photocopy).

Scobie, Stephen.

  • Letter (n.d.), Edmonton, Alta., from S. Scobie to Robert Kroetsch.
  • Autograph letter(s) signed by the hand of the author forwarding proofs.

Mandel, Eli.

  • Letter (1972 September 13), from E. Mandel to Robert Kroetsch.
  • Autograph letter(s) signed by the hand of the author discussing Boundary 2 and possible articles and contributors.

Kroetsch, Robert

  • Letter (1972 November 28), from R. Kroetsch to Margaret Atwood.
  • Typed letter(s) lacking signature (carbon copy) asking her to do a reading at Binghamton and to be co-editor of an issue of Boundary 2.

Kroetsch, Robert

  • Letter (1973 January 3), from R. Kroetsch to Margaret Atwood.
  • Typed letter(s) lacking signature (carbon copy) discussing M. Atwood's reading at Binghamton, and asking her to choose fifty pages of recent Canadian writing for Boundary 2.
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