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- CA ACU SPC F0101
- 1882-1996 (predominant 1949-1996)
Fonds consists of the personal and professional records of Edith Fowke, and reveals the many aspects of her career as a folklorist, writer, collector and educator. Includes manuscripts, radio scripts, correspondence, and articles related to her publishing and research (1938-1996, predominant 1962-1994); sound recordings of folk songs, notes, and correspondence related to her teaching career ([197-], 1982-1986); personal correspondence, scrapbooks, and diary (1882-1943, 1955-1996, predominant 1955-1996); manuscripts, sound recordings of folk music, and interviews from her CBC radio programs (1949-1983, predominant 1954-1966); interviews with Edith Fowke or by her (1960-1969, 1983); a series of personal and professional correspondence (1936, 1946-1996); field recordings of folk songs she collected, indexes to these recordings, and other recordings she collected or recorded (1943, 1947?, 1954-1977).
Fowke, Edith Fulton
- CA ACU SPC F0002
Fonds consists of the following series: correspondence; manuscript, arranged in two subseries, fiction and non-fiction; translation; works by other authors; works by creative writers ; photograph; and miscellaneous.
- CA ACU SPC F0012
Fonds includes material relating to the life and works of Alice Munro (née Laidlaw) as a writer of novels, short stories, poetry, screenplays and essays. Included are personal, general and business-related correspondence; manuscripts of novels, 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
- CA ACU SPC F0171
Fonds consists of correspondence; research material; preliminary work; manuscripts of novels, short stories, anthology, radio play, articles, essays, speeches and book reviews; promotional material; reviews; works about M. Hughes; and miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC F0003
Fonds consists of general correspondence and correspondence relating to individual titles; biographical material such as awards and interviews; manuscripts ranging from rough drafts and fragments to production scripts of stage plays, screenplays, novels, short stories and essays; promotional, production and review material; photographs; posters; audio visual material including audio and VHS cassettes, CDs and vinyl discs; published works; and ephemera material such as paintings and a stained glass hanging panel.
Glass, Joanna McClelland
- CA ACU SPC F0177
Fonds consists of personal and business correspondence; contracts; biographical material; manuscripts of short stories, novels, articles, screenplays and screenplay adaptations; published work; newsclippings of articles about W. E. Reeve and reviews of novels and screenplays; and other miscellaneous material. An additional accession, MsC 329, consists of a videotape of Diana Birchall discussing her book, Onoto Watanna : the story of Winnifred Eaton Reeve, on Connie Martinson Talks Books, Santa Monica, California, May 2002.
- CA ACU SPC F0015
Fonds consists of correspondence; research material; notes; manuscripts of novels, short stories, children's literature, television plays and screenplays; speeches; lectures; works on R. Wiebe; and material relating to R. Wiebe's editing of short story anthologies. Includes material relating to R. Wiebe's teaching creative writing courses at the University of Alberta and to his involvement with the Writers' Union of Canada and Canada Council, as well as conferences, writers' festivals, committees, workshops, juries and readings. Accession 349/84.16, consisting of Glenbow Foundation manuscript Frank Collicutt and his Willow Springs Herefords, 1957 (photocopy), Accession 350/84.17 consisting of Glenbow Foundation manuscript Claude Gallinger and his Killearn Shorthorns, 1957 (photocopy), and Accession 386/86.08, consisting of Foothills, v. 1, no. 1, April 2, 1985 with article Wiebe: Riel is a legitimate, authentic, mythic hero by Kelly Pitman and 2 audiocassettes with a Riel workshop and a reading by R. Wiebe, filed with Accession 329/83.26 (box 44).
- CA ACU SPC F0132
Fonds consists of correspondence; journals and scrapbooks; manuscripts of early work, prose, fiction, short stories, poetry, stage play, articles, book reviews, essays, lectures, readings and reports; published works; material relating to S. Dragland's education, teaching and other professional activities; material relating to editorial work, particularly for Brick Books; works on S. Dragland; photographs; miscellaneous; works by others; and published materials (newsletters and book catalogues).
Dragland, Stanley Louis
- 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 F0005
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts of poetry, novels, short stories, speeches, essays and reviews; notebooks; audio visual material; awards and honours; teaching materials; works on R. Kroetsch; published work; and works by others. MsC 42, the speech given by R. Kroetsch on the occasion of the presentation of the Robert Kroetsch papers to the University of Calgary, is an appendix to MsC 27.