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Alice Munro fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0012 · Fonds · 1947-2015

Fonds includes material relating to the life and works of Alice Munro (née Laidlaw). Included are personal, general and business-related correspondence; manuscripts of Munro's short stories, screenplays, and poetry; copies and drafts of articles in newspapers and magazines; audio-visual recordings of interviews with Munro and dramatizations of her works; promotional material such as posters; records related to theses and lectures based on her works. Includes writing notebooks and works by others about Munro and her oeuvre.

Munro, Alice Ann
André Langevin fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0068 · Fonds · 1951-1977

Fonds consists of business and personal correspondence, contracts and royalty statements; manuscripts, galleys and proofs of novels, short stories, articles, and stage, radio and television plays; manuscripts of English translations of two novels (L'élan d'Amérique and Poussière sur la ville); radio scripts for the series Connaissance d'Aujourd'hui; issues of Le Nouveau Journal; theses and other works written about A. Langevin and his work; and published work.

Langevin, André
W.G. Morrow fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0054 · Fonds · 1901-1980

Fonds consists of the following series: correspondence (1938-1980); general subject (1913-1980; predominant 1940-1980); case file (1931-1979); commissions and committees (1955-1980); conference and seminar (1958-1979); articles, speeches, lectures and autobiography (1938-1980); scrapbook (1939-1980); personal ([193?]-1979); works about W.G. Morrow (1936-1976); miscellaneous ([19--], 1921-1976); map ([19--]); sound recording )[19--], 1968-1975); graphic material ([19--], 1921-1976); diaries (1967-1980). Early material in the general subject series and the case file series appears to be documents collected as legal reference material.

Morrow, William George
Kati Rekai fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0041 · Fonds · 1972-1978

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.

Rekai, Kati
Excelsior Glee Party fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0051 · Fonds · 1929-1951

Fonds consists of correspondence, concert programs, newsclippings of articles about the chorus, financial records, chorus constitution and photographs.

Excelsior Glee Party (Musical group)
Howard Cable fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0058 · Fonds · 1937-2006

Fonds consists of variety of materials spanning majority of Howard Cable's professional life including: correspondence; financial materials such as budgets, payroll sheets, and account statements; royalty statements and contracts (some with riders); manuscript sketches and scores as well as published scores of works composed, co-authored, or arranged by Howard Cable including those based on Canadian folk music and those used in large-scale productions such as Canadian National Exhibition Grandstand shows and General Motors automobile shows; scripts and playlists for Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio and television programmes as well as theatrical productions; programmes, promotional material and newsclippings related to productions or performances in which Howard Cable participated; administrative materials (e.g., meeting minutes, proposals, etc.) concerning professional associations or committees with which Howard Cable was involved; academic programmes and other materials related to courses or clinics taught by Howard Cable; some graphical materials such as technical drawings concerning stage schematics for Sea to Sea, Expo 67 and Canada Day shows in particular; photographs primarily relating to major productions with which Howard Cable was involved such as CNE Grandstand show Sea to Sea; and sound recordings of works that Howard Cable either composed or produced. MsC 300 consists of five orchestral parts/arrangements of popular songs by Howard Cable.

Cable, Howard Reid
Claude Péloquin fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0064 · Fonds · 1965-1981

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.

Péloquin, Claude
James H. Gray fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0060 · Fonds · 1947-1993

Fonds consists of business and personal correspondence; research material; manuscripts of articles, editorials, book reviews, interviews by J. H. Gray, speeches and manuscripts and/or galleys of books published before 1985. Also includes works on J. H. Gray, such as articles, interviews and book reviews.

Gray, James Henry
George Ryga fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0016 · Fonds · 1944-1988

Fonds consists of personal and business correspondence; and manuscripts of and material relating to G. Ryga's poetry, short stories, novels, musical works, essays, addresses, screenplays, and radio, television and stage plays. Two small appendices (MsC 153, 154) consisting of material relating to G. Ryga and acquired from other sources include correspondence and photocopies of an essay by and articles about G. Ryga. Accession 614/97.3 consists of a long-play recording, The Ecstasy of Rita Joe, words by George Ryga, music by Ann Mortifee. (Ann Mortifee, vocalist; Chief Dan George, Ann Mortifee, Peter Haworth, voices; Paul Horn, flute; various musicians.) (Vancouver: Kerygma Records, [1973?]).

Ryga, George
Robert E. Hatfield fonds.
CA ACU ARC F0117 · Fonds · 1945-1999

Fonds consists of personal and professional records created and collected by Dr. Bob Hatfield. The fonds relate to the many aspects of his career as an internist, professor, researcher and lecturer. The fonds also contains records created during Dr. Hatfield‘s tenure on the Palliative Care Committee Program and as President of the Alberta Medical Association.

Hatfield, Robert Edgar