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- CA ACU ARC F0274
- 1840-2009; predominant 1949-2004
Fonds consists of scholarly research, lecture notes, presentations, essays, book reviews, scholarly and personal correspondence with noted historians and politicians from the early 20th Century to the post WWII years from Great Britain and Germany, some personal correspondence with his parents during his time as a schoolboy, notebooks from his internment and military training, manuscripts of his scholarly publications, photographs and audio recordings of interviews of himself and his wife about their experiences living in Nazi Germany as well as broadcast recordings of interviews of Dr. Eyck’s research subjects. There is extensive original, transcribed
and photocopied correspondence and other materials Eyck compiled on his research subjects for his book on Prince Albert, the Queen Victoria’s consort, and his biography on George Peabody Gooch.
- CA ACU SPC F0143
Fonds consists of correspondence to and from various members of the Simmins family, principally to Barbara Simmins, and Richard Simmins' photocards to Marjorie Simmins; material relating to B. Simmins' career, estate and financial matters; material relating to the death of Susette Simmins in 2007; drafts of B. Simmins' manuscript Should angels come: a letter to my daughter; articles by and about Philip Simmins, Richard Simmins and Geoffrey Simmins; daytimers and diaries written by B. Simmins (?) and Marjorie Mabel Beaufort Simmins; Karen Simmins' journals, poems, childhood drawings, stories and letters; photographs of members of the Simmins and Atkinson families, including several photo albums.
- CA ACU SPC F0136
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts of novels, short stories, poetry and articles; diaries and notebooks; published works; notes from correspondence and university courses; teaching-related material; photographs; and miscellaneous. Includes material relating to C. van der Mark's mother, Mary Van der Mark, also a writer: correspondence; manuscripts of short stories. poetry, articles; published work; and miscellaneous.
van der Mark, Christine
- CA ACU SPC F0007
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, William Ormond "W.O."
- 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 McClelland
- CA ACU SPC F0010
- ca. 1949-2008
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts of novels (The Acrobats;The apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz; Barney's version; A choice of enemies; Cocksure; The Incomparable Atuk; It's harder to be anybody; Jacob Two Two and the dinosaur/meets the hooded fang/spy case; Salomon Gursky was here; Son of a smaller hero; St. Urbain's horseman; Stick your neck out), short stories, articles, essays, reviews, screenplays, stage plays, and radio and television plays; published works; interviews; sound recordings and moving images; photographic prints, promotional materials and ephemera. Also includes Genie and Nellie awards and commemorative plaques.
- CA ACU SPC F0180
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.
- CA ACU SPC F0206
Moure, Erin Claire
- CA ACU SPC F0216
The fonds consists of drafts and completed manuscripts and research materials including recorded interviews for Brennan's published books. Features drafts of his magazine stories and research notes; as well as copies and clippings and research materials for his works as journalist.
Brennan, Brian Anthony
- CA ACU SPC C0026
Collection consists of material relating to W.O. Mitchell's term as writer-in-residence for Winnipeg School Division No. 1, September 15, 1974 - November 30, 1974. Includes samples of student papers using "Mitchell's messy method of creative writing"; professional materials consisting of videotapes of seminars on creative writing for teachers; presentations for elementary, junior high and senior high students consisting of videotapes of the presentations and questions from the students; audio and video recordings of readings by W.O. Mitchell from his own work; and audio and video recordings of W.O. Mitchell discussing theme and character in several of his own works. Textual records consist of samples of student papers, listing of the audio and video recordings and bibliography of related materials collected in a kit for use by schools in Winnipeg School Division No. 1 as well as two scrapbooks containing articles and photographs documenting W.O. Mitchell's work for the shool division. Also includes material relating to the seventy-fifth convocation of Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba, held November 9, 1974, at which Paul Hiebert, James Gray and W.O. Mitchell received honorary doctorates, particularly an audio tape of a symposium on creative writing by the three writers moderated by Brandon University chancellor Stanley Knowles, as well as photographs and newsclippings.
Winnipeg School Division No. 1.