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Gold dust publication records

Subseries consists of records pertaining to the publishing of Howard's book, <i>Gold Dust on His Shirt</i>. Records include correspondence between Howard and Between the Lines Publishing House, chapter drafts and revisions, manusc...

Exhibitions and publicity

This subseries contains records relating to Kujundzic's public life. It includes press clippings, articles featuring Zeljko's artwork, pamphlets and brochures, conference publicity, correspondence with companies regarding exhibitions and...

Book binding projects

Subseries contains copies of books Thomas found during his research which he then had bound. The majority of books deal with folk music, while others focus on labour disputes in British Columbia. Note that this series does not include <I>Son...

General

Subseries contains general textual records pertaining to Lazara Press' Discussion Series publications, such as mailing lists and inquiries made to and from Goldsmith about potential future publications in the series.

Marusya Bociurkiw

Subseries contains two copies of Bociurkiw's poem titled <i>Not in my Name</i> and of her poem titled <i>Radio Nights</i>.

William McLennan writing, research, and publications

The sub-series consists of textual records related to William McLennan’s work as a writer from the 1880s-1903. The series includes full and partial drafts of published and unpublished articles, short stories, novels, and non-fiction works; researc...

Music

Subseries contains Thomas' research on different genres of music. Material includes song lyrics, music sheets, articles, and clippings. The subseries is alphabetically arranged according to genre title.

Financial records

Sub-series consists of financial accounts and correspondence related to Andrew Belcher’s business activities. Includes records relating to the finances of the Wright and King families.

Journals

Sub-series consists of originals and copies of journals detailing Belcher’s travels during the period 1821-1827, including his travels in Britain in 1821 and as part of the crew of the HMS Blossom during the Beechey expedition, 1825-1827.

Outgoing correspondence

Sub-series consists of Belcher’s outgoing correspondence, including letters written to his brother and sister-in-law, Alexander Brymer and Maria Belcher, and to John Philippart, two copy books covering the years 1831 to 1833 and 1837 to 1841, and ...

Incoming correspondence

Sub-series consists of correspondence of a personal and a business nature, and includes letters received by Belcher from Buxendale, Tatham, Upton & Johnson, A.W. King, and M. Wilson.

Personal documents

Sub-series consists of a document appointing Belcher Commander of the HMSV Aetna in 1830 and a certificate granting Belcher an honourary membership in the Royal Halifax Yacht Club.

Incoming correspondence

Sub-series consists of correspondence received by Belcher while in the South Pacific on a voyage of the HMS Sulpher, 1837-1840, and letters received from his brother, Alexander Brymer, in 1844 and 1845, during Belcher’s command of the HMS Samarang.

Court documents

Sub-series consists of manuscripts written by Belcher in defence of charges laid against him with respect to his naval command. Includes an original and a transcript copy of a defence prepared by Belcher against charges of tyranny and severe treat...

Printed drawings and watercolours

Sub-series consists of printed drawings depicting scenes of native peoples and ships in Asia and original watercolours, including watercolours of the Columbia River attributed to Belcher, a watercolour of a waterfall at Panang by B.F. Browne, and ...

Order Book

Sub-series consists of an order book from the HMS Sulpher for the period April to August 1841.

Envelopes

Sub-series consists of envelopes originally containing correspondence addressed to the Trutch family, particularly to John Trutch.

Outgoing correspondence

Sub-series consists of Trutch's outgoing correspondence to his brother Joseph, his sister Charlotte, and his daughter Charlotte.

Outgoing correspondence

Sub-series consists of Trutch's outgoing correspondence, including some copies of original correspondence held by the Oregon Historical Society.

Incoming correspondence

Sub-series consists of the incoming correspondence of Sir Joseph William Trutch. Correspondence is mainly from family members, including Charlotte H. Trutch, Caroline Agnes Trutch, William Pinder, and Emily White.

Education

Subseries consists of records related to Manson's education. These records are predominantly related to his time at the University of Toronto, where he belonged to University College, although a small number of records from his time at Osgood...

Photographs

Subseries contains original photographs taken or collected by Philip J. Thomas. Thomas' photographs range in subject matter including research materials, folk song singers, and himself. The majority of the subseries are black and white negat...

Inferior Court of Civil Justice

In response to a growing number of petty claims in Victoria in the newly established colony of Vancouver‟s Island, Governor James Douglas established the Inferior Court of Civil Justice (later changed to the Supreme Court of Civil Justice in 1860)...

Augustus Pemberton

This series is composed of legal documents concerning court cases involving Chinese and Aboriginal people as both witnesses and defendants. The collection documents early relationships between colonial society and Chinese and Aboriginal individual...

Reports

Series consists of two reports by Sir Joseph William Trutch, including a "Report on the Lower Fraser Indian Reserves" and a report advocating the construction of roads in the Rocky Mountain passes.

Legal documents

Sub-series consists of legal documents of Sir Joseph William Trutch, including his last will and testament and an indenture pertaining to family financial arrangements in preparation for the marriage of his brother John in 1870.

Diaries

Sub-series consists of Trutch's daily diaries for the years 1870, 1897, 1902, and 1906 . Diaries include notations pertaining to his appointments and activities, financial transactions, correspondence, and the weather.

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