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Arsenal Pulp Press fonds
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Artwork

Sub-series consists of drawings and photographs for mockups and cover proofs of Pulp Press publications, oversize photographs for Pulp publications, and oversize mockups of a Press magazine Flush Times.

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, advertisements, flyers, clippings concerning Arsenal publications and the Press, artwork, financial and sales records, ledgers, legal records, minutes and other organizational material.

The fonds was originally divided into the following four series: Correspondence; Editorial; Administrative; and Special projects. The Correspondence series contains the following subseries: General correspondence, Editorial correspondence and Correspondent-specific correspondence. The Editorial series contains the following subseries: Early manuscripts, General literary manuscripts, Published/printed material, Artwork, and Supplementary editorial records. The Administrative series contains the following sub-series: General administrative records, History/operational records, Minutes/agendas and newsletters, Financial records, Ledgers, Legal records, Sales/service fee reports, and Marketing/distribution records. The Special projects series contains three sub-series: Three-Cent Pulp, Arsenal Collaborative Library and the 3-Day Novel Contest. A fifth series was added with the accrual made in 2011, titled Editorial and production.

Arsenal Pulp Press

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 commentary on manuscripts. The series is divided into the following sub-series: early manuscripts, general literary manuscripts, published/printed material, artwork and supplementary editorial material.

General administrative files

Sub-series consists of a register of incoming mail, a card file of media addresses, a card file of addresses of subscribers to Three-Cent Pulp and some photographs.

Three-Cent Pulp

Sub-series consists submissions for publication in Three-Cent Pulp (poetry and short prose pieces) and selections for re-publication of the best of Three-Cent Pulp. Includes submissions from Pulp authors: Don Austin, Ted Mann, C.W. Dolson, Norbert Ruebsaat, Roy Stone and Jon Fuberg.

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.

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, financial statement, royalty reports, ledgers, legal documents, correspondence and photographs.

The series is divided into the following sub-series:
general administrative records, history/operational records, minutes/agendas and newsletters, financial records, ledgers, legal records, sales/service reports, marketing/distribution records.

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, reviews and photographs.

The series is divided into three sub-series: Three-Cent Pulp, Arsenal Collaborative Library and the 3-Day Novel Contest.

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-series: general correspondence, editorial correspondence and correspondent-specific correspondence.

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 received and copies of those sent are filed together.

Published/printed materials

Sub-series consists of a Pulp Press magazine, calendars, broadsheets, flyers, posters, advertisements and Press catalogues published or printed by Pulp Press.

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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