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- CA ACU SPC C0014
Collection consists of manuscripts of Illingworth Kerr's autobiography Paint and circumstances including research material; published works illustrated by I. Kerr; Christmas cards by I. Kerr; exhibition catalogues of I. Kerr's work written by G. Snyder; photographs and slides of I. Kerr's art; photographs of landscapes, animals, etc. used as studies for I. Kerr's paintings; Kerr family photographs; works on I. Kerr; slides of John Snow's art; articles and other works by G. Snyder; clippings, photographs, slides, exhibition catalogues and brochures relating to other artists including R.F.M. McInnis, Kathryn Youngs, Louis de Niverville, Jack Shadbolt and Ken Christopher; and miscellaneous.
- CA ACU SPC C0041
Fonds consists of correspondence, poetry and sketches including holograph and typescript letters and poetry, 26 sketches (postcards), 1 original, signed, card in pen and ink, 2 b&w photographs, and nespaper clippings. All of the material was sent to R. Shaumann's friend and neighbour, Anna Maria Boening, and was kept by her daughter, Annalise K. Walker.
- 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 F0064
Fonds consists of correspondence; contracts; dossiers; diaries; notes; lyrics; scrapbooks; exhibition catalogues; film projects; manuscripts of poetry, articles, interviews and film scripts; articles about C. Péloquin and reviews of his work; photographs and slides; sound recordings, including master records; films and videotapes; multi-media works; posters; and miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC F0065
- [19--], 1933-1973
Fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, research material, preliminary work, manuscripts and galleys of published and unpublished work, book and exhibition reviews, photographs and slides of D.G. Lent's paintings, books and pamphlets. MsC 370 consists of booklet 30 designs from an 1847 sampler, narrated and prepared by D. Geneva Lent (Connecticut River Valley Chapter of the Embroiderers' Guild of America). Filed in Box 9, Acc 736/03.1.
Lent, D. Geneva
- CA ACU SPC F0096
Fonds consists of correspondence, art work, and layout and design for Rocky mountain wildlife (Hancock House, 1976). Also includes some correspondence relating to a bird book series published by Hancock House in the 1970s; and scrapbook containing illustrations of several paintings by the artist and reviews and other material relating to books for which S. Im Baumgarten provided the art and design work.
Im Baumgarten, Susan
- CA ACU SPC F0162
Fonds consists of correspondence; diaries and notebooks; manuscripts of articles, film treatment, lectures, novel, poems, prose, reviews, short stories, speeches and stage plays; published works; sketchbooks; photographs; works about S. Andrews; teaching related material; theatrical design related material; juvenalia; exhibition catalogues; scrapbooks; miscellaneous; and realia.
- CA ACU SPC F0164
Fonds consists of correspondence; scrapbook, notebooks, journals, sketchbooks and travel diary; manuscripts of poetry, short stories, articles and a play; photographs, including many of M. Bates's paintings; exhibition catalogues; architectural drawings; watercolours of St. Mary's Cathedral (Calgary); newsclippings of articles about M. Bates; and miscellaneous material. MsC 299 consists of a bronze wall plaque from M. Bates' architectural office in Calgary. Accession 786/05.7 consists of over 200 letters and postcards written by M. Bates, primarily to his parents, while he was a prisoner of war in Germany (May 1940-May 1945).
- CA ACU SPC F0165
- ca. 1975-2012
Fonds consists of sketches and caricatures of Canadian authors, poets, playwrights, composers, architects and publishers, including winners of the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour from 1947 to 2012; and manuscripts, drawings and published text of Mariposa forever.