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Arsenal Pulp Press fonds
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Special projects

Series consists of records pertaining to special publications that Arsenal Pulp either created or was a part of. Records include poetry, short fiction, catalogues, membership lists, registration lists, notes, correspondence, press releases, review...

Administrative

Series consists of the business records Arsenal Press Pulp created and/or accumulated over the course of running their printing press. Records include registers, notes on Press operations, employment records, agendas, minutes, internal notes, fina...

Editorial and production

Series consists of manuscripts, proofs, photographs, artwork, author contracts, and correspondence relating to books published by Arsenal Pulp Press, mainly between 2001 to 2011.

Correspondence

Series consists of general and editorial correspondence and postcards as well as correspondence with employees, book publishers and distributors, government granting agencies, literary reviews and businesses. The series is divided into three sub-s...

Editorial

Series consists of manuscripts, proofs, artwork, photographs, sound cassettes, computer disks, videocassettes, calendars, broadsheets, flyers, posters, advertisements, catalogues, correspondence, author contracts, promotional material, reviews and...

Arsenal Pulp Press fonds

  • RBSC-ARC-1015
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1930, 1967-2012, predominate 1984 - 2012

The fonds consists of the business records created and/or collected by Arsenal Pulp Press, predominately from the early 1980s to the late 2000s. These records consist of correspondence, manuscripts, proofs, reviews, catalogues, broadsheets, advert...

Arsenal Pulp Press

General correspondence

Sub-series consists of general and editorial correspondence and postcards received at Pulp Press from 1973 to 1978. Files are arranged in chronological order. “in” refers to letters received, “out” to those sent. “in/out” indicates that letters re...

Correspondent-specific correspondence

Sub-series consists of correspondence with employees, book publishers and distributors, government granting agencies, literary reviews and businesses as well as correspondence about particular subjects.

Marketing/distribution

Sub-series consists of correspondence concerning distribution, reports of sales representatives and agreements with distributors, specifically the Literary Press Group, Marvin Melnyk and the University of Toronto Press.

Sales/service fee reports

Sub-series consists of general monthly sales reports as well as sales and/or service fee reports for the Literary Press Group, Marvin Melnyk, the University of Toronto, Inland Book Company and various other distributors.

Legal records

Sub-series consists of memoranda of association, Companies Act annual reports, business license, official record of the Press’s name change, share prospectus, promissory note, and author contracts.

Supplementary editorial records

Sub-series consists of manuscript material, some correspondence, author contracts, promotional material, reviews, author biographies, commentary on manuscripts and photographs.

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