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Zosha Di Castri

Series consists of scores, sketches, notes, edited drafts, correspondence, inspirational materials, and photographs related to Zosha Di Castri’s composition Sprung Testament: Duo for Violin and Prepared Piano. The work is a collaborative piece between composer/pianist Di Castri and violinist Jenny Koh. Koh was planning a series of concerts for National Sawdust, an innovative arts institution located in Brooklyn, New York, and reached out to various composers/performers to participate. Koh set the theme of the concert, asking each composer to engage with the idea of rebirth and evolution. In response, Di Castri wrote Sprung Testament which encapsulates the concepts of spring and rebirth. In their conversations, the two musicians questioned the journey one goes through in life to transcend personal struggles. Di Castri used sticky mounting putty to modify the piano, thereby creating unique sounds and highlighting Koh’s theme of transformation. Print photographs of the prepared piano can be found in the "Images" file of the fonds. Koh and Di Castri premiered Sprung Testament at National Sawdust on March 15th, 2018.

Di Castri, Zosha

Zimmer Tower: Astronomical Clock and Studio: Supplement to the Illustrated Guide of Lierre (Belgium) / Louis Zimmer; published by the "Gidsenbond," Belgium

Item is a pamphlet, which describes the clock tower that Zimmer constructed as clockmaker to the Royal Court in Belgium. He finished the tower in 1930 and presented it to the city of Lierre on the occasion of Belgium's centennial anniversary of independence. The pamphlet describes the twelve dials built onto the face of the Centenary Clock. It explains what the dials mean, how they function, and how measurements are taken. It includes diagrams of the clock dials as well as charts and other diagrams. It also describes dials found in the Astronomic Studio. These include thirteen dials, dealing with the subdivision of time, as well as other dials representing astronomical phenomena. Zimmer has included a dial that functions according to Cotsworth's 13-month calendar.

Yukon election materials

This series contains materials relating to Tom’s campaign as a candidate for the Labour-Progressive Party in the June 11, 1945 Federal Election. Included in the series are statistical and informational campaign materials, correspondence, and publications such as the Labour Election Campaign Bulletin and copies of The Yukoner and The Dawson News. There are also miscellaneous promotional materials relating to Yukon Carnival Week, including copies of the Carnival Daily Bulletin.

Written works, manuscripts and drafts

Series consists of the written work of the creator, who published and worked in radio using the name Pamela Stephen. Materials include proofs and illustrations from Stephen's book "Winged Canoes at Nootka and Other Stories of the Evergreen Coast," drafts of stories included in the books; drafts of short stories (including revisions and marginalia); re-tellings of Indigenous stories and histories; and some attempts at fiction.

Written material - draft manuscripts

This series contains drafts of books and essays written by Tom McEwen. Included in the series are drafts for a Labour History of Canada, “Prison Bars”, “Vignettes of the Red Army”, “Aviation Day in the U.S.S.R.”, “”Maoism – Now a Shameless Auxiliary to U.S. Imperialism”, “The History of the U.L.F.T.A.”, and “Men of the Forest – The Story of the Lumber Workers Industrial Union of Canada.”

Drafts are both handwritten and typed, single page, on legal and letter-sized paper.

Writings and speeches

Series consists of annotated drafts of Rush's writings and public speeches from 1960 to 1996. Subjects covered in these items include Canadian history, British Columbia labour struggles and foreign affairs dealing with Cold War issues. This series also includes an annotated draft of Rush's 1995 political memoir, "We Have a Glowing Dream."

Writings and publications

Series contains material relating to Jack Scott’s published and unpublished writings. Material includes handwritten and typed drafts of Scott’s books, speeches, critiques, reports, and thought pieces, as well as notes, comments, and corrections on drafts, a galley proof, research notes, and supporting documents. Supporting documents include correspondence, newspaper clippings, photocopies of articles and other documents, and ephemera. The series also contains clippings of articles by or about Jack Scott, as well as biographical sketches written by Scott.

Writings and publications

The series consists of Nakayama published and unpublished works, primarily on the subject of his missionary and church work. The series includes full and partial manuscript and typescript drafts, as well as final published versions, of religious tracts and newsletters, biographical or autobiographical books, non-fiction works on the Japanese Canadian / Issei community, and poetry written by Nakayama. In addition to draft and published versions of Nakayama’s writings, the series contains supporting materials such as publishers’ contracts and correspondence and research related to “Issei, Stories of Japanese Canadian Pioneers.” Materials in the series are in Japanese and English.

Writing, teaching, and professional development materials

Series consists of materials related to lectures and courses given by Herring, and to various conferences, events, and projects in which he participated. Records related to his work history and resume are also present. Materials include correspondence, employment and immigration records, certificates, applications, handwritten notes, clippings, conference agendas, speeches, reports, class lists, and brochures.

Writing publicity

Series consists of posters, brochures, and invitations for readings, workshops, performances, festivals, and other events. Readings of Potrebenko's work feature in many of them.

Writing and Editing

Series contains correspondence, minutes of meetings, notes, drafts, grant applications, transcriptions of interviews and conference proceedings, research material, news clippings, photographs, audio recordings, and other records related to Miki’s writing and editing activities and his role in organizing conferences for which he subsequently edited or co-edited the proceedings. Sub-series relate to monographs, journals, and conference proceedings that Miki wrote, co-wrote, edited, and co-edited, and other writing, editing, and lecture projects. Multiple and successive drafts of manuscripts document the development of Miki ‘s compositions.

Writing and coursework.

Series contains records relating to the writing of Aspey’s book What’s All This Got to do with the Price of 2x4’s? The material consists of the fifth draft of the book and photocopies of photographs that would become part of the book. The photographs include originals and several negatives. Also included are course notes from the course Forest Economics and Finance at the University of British Columbia’s (UBC) Forestry Department and a course paper for another forestry class at UBC.

Writing

Series consists of correspondence, documents, and research material arising out of his writing career including material relating to his public readings of poetry and Canada Council funding. Correspondence with George Woodcock relates to one of Wayman's essays.

Writing

Series contains materials related to Alan Haig-Brown's marine writing, including drafts of his published books and research sources.

Haig-Brown has written several published books, most focusing on the commercial fishing industry in British Columbia. The drafts in the series include the non-fiction, award-winning "Fishing for a Living" (1993) and the children's book, "The Suzie A" (1991). The research sources relate to various figures in the BC fishing industry, and to specific boats. Several schematic drawings of boats are also included within individual files.

Haig-Brown, Alan

WRCNS Reunions

Series contains correspondence, photographs, and printed material relating to
reunions held across Canada.

World War One

Series consists of letters, telegrams and memorandums pertaining to Canada’s involvement in World War One, and the way the Canadian government operated at this time. This includes correspondence primarily between Robert L. Borden and other politicians, Canadian and British.

Works by other people

Series consists of writings by other writers. These are often works that Kogawa has been asked to comment on. More works by writers other than Kogawa may be found in the Correspondence series.

Works

This series contains records created by Kurt Hutterli in the course of his work as author and artist between 1959 and 2018. The series "Works" contains files related to Hutterli's Literary Works, Radio Works, Theater Works and Plays, Art, Unpublished Works, Diaries, Political Works and Actionism, Articles in Newspapers and Journals and Presentations or Speeches. These classifications were made by Hutterli himself. The records are arranged and described by Hutterli - a file usually contains documents related to a single project. Each file has got an identifier (M1 to M131) assigned by Hutterli, that correspond to the description in his finding aid.

Workers’ Unity League

Contains publications and records related to Johnson’s activities in the union federation the Worker’s Unity League. This includes an annotated draft report of the executive committee’s decision to disband the organization.

Work writing

Series consists of correspondence relating to work-based literature and drafts pertaining to proposed work writing projects.

Work Record

In August 1985, Copan began keeping more detailed notes on one particular position, that of linesman, and started a new series of notebooks to keep track of this information. Entries include the date, hour in which the shift started, wharf or port name, berth number, ship name, duration of shift, and type of activity (tying up, letting go or lead man).

Woodlands Parents' Group

The Woodlands Parents' Group was an independent group of parents whose children were residents in Woodlands. They organized themselves as a support and advocacy group for deinstitutionalization and community living. Through their efforts, they successfully lobbied the Government of British Columbia to close Woodlands and support community living for residents of Woodlands.

Series consists of records created and collected by the Woodlands Parents' Group, of which Jackie Maniago was a member. Records include meeting minutes, reports and briefs written by the Woodlands Parents' Group, general correspondence, news articles and other records related to Woodlands and the services provided there, and records related to the lawsuit brought forth by survivors of Woodlands.

Women's Institute.

Douglas joined the Whaletown Women's Institute in 1950, shortly afterwards becoming president of the local branch. She served on district, provincial and national boards as B .C. publicity director and F.W.I .C. director
of public relations and as president of the North Vancouver Island district. She edited the brief which won the Tory Award for the FWIC and was editor of "Modern Pioneers", a history of the W .I. published in 1960. Series consists of typescripts of articles and news releases, notes and research for articles, and correspondence.

Women and Peace

Series contains records, primarily printed material, relating to conferences Thomas participated in related to women in peace and anti-war activism. Series also contains handwritten notes by Thomas.

Wolf and the Seven Little Kids-Production and Reviews.

Series contains a contract, sketches, drawings, paintings, research materials, correspondence, notes, galley proofs, reviews and clippings, which document the production and critical reception of the book, <i>Wolf and the Seven Little Kids</i>. Some oversized materials are housed in a separate container; please see the file list for further detail.

William McLennan

The series contains photographs, textual records, and original artwork spanning the period 1710-1904, predominantly 1880-1903, related to the personal lives and interests of William McLennan and his family, including interests in family and Canadian history. Additionally, a sub-series contains records related to William McLennan’s work as a writer from the 1880s-1903.

Materials include full and partial drafts of published and unpublished articles, short stories, novels, and non-fiction works; research and reference materials; incoming and outgoing correspondence; legal and official documents; collected historical materials and documents; notes; sketches and a sketchbook; journals; newspaper clippings and ephemera; photographs; and other materials. Notable correspondents include Gustavus George Stuart, Marion Paterson McLennan, William Durie McLennan, Edward William Thomson, Pemberton Paterson, John Stewart McLennan, Francis McLennan, Bartlett McLennan, Neil Stewart, Hugh McLennan, William Kingsford, and the Royal Society of Canada, among others. Legal and official documents include copies of wills, notarial exams, and a certification of graduation.

Collected historical materials include ephemeral materials such as plates of historical figures and plans of famous battle locations, as well as tracings of famous Canadian autographs, bookplates, and reproductions of historical documents. Many of the original historical documents are related to the McLennan and Stewart families, including correspondence, business and financial documents, and ephemera related to Neil Stewart (1793-1881) and legal and financial documents related to John McLennan (1789-1866). The historical documents related to John McLennan are primarily agreements for land sales in Glengarry County, Ontario, where McLennan was a conveyancer. Other historical documents do not appear to have any particular connection to the McLennan family but may have been collected out of general historical interest. These documents include correspondence, loan agreements, commissions, land grants, letters patent, and a journal / memoranda book. While many of the documents relate to individuals of limited historical importance, others are related to more notable historical subjects including François Desjordy Moreau de Cabanac, Sir John Johnson, Joseph-Maurice Lamothe, Francis Baby, Jenkins Williams, Herman Witsius Ryland, Pierre-Amable De Bonne, John Mure, William Bacheler Coltman, John Stewart, John Gray, and Thomas Dunn.

William Huestis Bamford

The series consists of thirty-three (33) diaries and one (1) scrapbook created by William Huestis Bamford between the years 1962-2003, primarily reflecting his personal and family life. Only the first diary in the series, written between 1962 and 1964, touches on Bamford’s employment with Canada Post, including information about delivery routes and labour strikes. The subsequent daily diaries cover Bamford’s family and personal life in great detail, including part-time, temporary work at an insurance company; visits made and received; birthdays and holidays; household and garden chores and repairs; meals eaten; purchases and subscriptions; leisure / recreational activities and hobbies; personal travel; banking and financial information and transactions; voting habits; personal and family health issues and deaths; gifts received and given; important family events; personal appointments; and family pets, among other topics. The diaries also include information of general interest, such as weather, news updates, and sports results. Later diaries include extensive memoranda related to health appointments, treatments, surgeries, medications, etc. of Bamford and his wife, Esther, particularly related to her rheumatoid arthritis. Other memoranda in the diaries include lists of Christmas gifts, notes about sale and other tax increases, records of weight and weight loss, and more. Some diaries include inserts such as bookmarks; brochures and flyers; funeral service programs; postcards; tickets; theatre and event programs; invitations; coupons; and other ephemera and memorabilia.

Scrapbooks in the series contain photos, personal correspondence, notes, and ephemera, including travel-themed stickers; tickets; napkins; receipts; business cards; postcards; blood donor cards; ribbons; programs; greeting cards; grade reports; certificates; flyers; and travel documents.

William Durie McLennan

The series consists of William Durie McLennnan’s correspondence, notebooks, and objects from the First World War; collected correspondence addressed to McLennan’s father-in-law, Frederic Lumb Wanklyn; and photographs of McLennan’s farm near Saint-Placide, Quebec, which was a compensation given to him as a result of his health issues arising from wartime gassing.

The series includes the following records created or collected by McLennan pertaining to his wartime service: a leather-bound notebook used in 1914; a typescript of the 1914 notebook; typed and handwritten personal correspondence; an article McLennan authored about the 5th Battery Association of 1914, published in the Montreal Gazette; a discharge certificate from the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Forces and war service badge certificate; various news clippings; and a metal screw used to remove the hair trigger on a Mannlicher gun. Other records in the series include black and white photographs; correspondence addressed to Frederic Lumb Wanklyn and signed by Wilfrid Laurier; and a copy of McLennan’s obituary, likely created by the 5th Battery Association of 1915.

William Blackley Stanley Bamford

The series consists of ten (10) “line a day” or “five year” diaries and two (2) scrapbooks created by William Blackley Stanley Bamford between the years 1921-1966, reflecting his professional life as a banker with the Bank of Montreal, as well as his personal and family life. Bamford’s diaries document many aspects of his professional and personal life. Entries dealing with work life include information about time spent in the office; volume of work and work completed; a leave of absence taken; and transfers between branches, among other topics. Entries related to personal life cover marriage and raising a son; church attendance, services, and volunteer efforts; leisure and recreational activities; purchases and subscriptions; banking and financial information and transactions; voting habits; household and garden chores and repairs; personal and family health issues and deaths; moves, real estate transactions, and construction; organizational memberships and responsibilities; and family pets, among other topics. The diaries also include information of general interest, such as weather; local, regional, and world news updates, including war news; election results; and sporting results. As a career banker, Bamford made particular note of bank robberies in the news. Bamford also made a number of memoranda in the diaries, making note of insurance policy, bank account, and safety deposit box numbers; income tax figures; safe combinations; motorcycle and bicycle models and license numbers; planting diagrams; poems; transcriptions of correspondence; home remedy recipes; phone numbers and addresses; his son’s platoon number and rank; employment start date, salary, and bonuses from the Bank of Montreal; phone numbers and addresses; and birthdates. The diaries in the series begin when Bamford was residing in Toronto, and continue through a year’s leave from the Bank of Montreal, which he spent in Nelson, British Columbia, and a subsequent move to Vancouver.

Scrapbooks in the series contain newspaper clippings related to Canadian and American news, politics, society, and history; the United Empire Loyalist Association and the British royal family; deaths of note; church and religious matters; poems and pictures; and articles of general interest. Scrapbooks also contain business and personal correspondence, photographs, and ephemera related to Bamford as well as his wife and son, including various programs, tickets, and invitations; visiting cards; cheques; ribbons; membership cards; certificates and licences; menus; informational brochures and pamphlets; receipts; and other material.

William Blackley Bamford

The series consists of eight (8) “line a day” diaries and two (2) scrapbooks created by William Blackley Bamford between the years 1910-1946, reflecting his professional life as an agent for the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, as well as his personal and family life. Bamford’s diaries document many aspects of his professional and personal life. Entries dealing with work life include information about time spent in the office, particular work projects, volume of work and work completed, business meetings and travel, and hirings made, among other topics. Entries related to personal life cover church attendance; visits made and received; birthdays and holidays; personal travel; leisure and recreational activities; purchases; banking and financial information and transactions; voting habits; household and garden chores and repairs; personal and family illness and death; moves and real estate transactions; organizational memberships and responsibilities; gifts received and given; important family events; and personal appointments. The diaries also include information of general interest, such as weather; local, regional, and world news updates, including war news; election results; and sports scores. Some diaries include inserts, such a list of political candidates and a church service program, and memoranda such as lock combinations. The diaries in the series begin when Bamford was residing in St. John, New Brunswick, and continue through a move to Nelson, British Columbia, where Bamford died.

Scrapbooks in the series contain newspaper clippings related to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; marriages and deaths of note; quotes and poems; pictures; and articles on topics of general interest, including Canadian and American news, society, and history; astronomy; popular entertainment; and the British royal family. Scrapbooks also contain business and personal correspondence and ephemera, including various programs, tickets, and invitations; menus; maps and guides; schedules and bulletins; membership cards and certificates; bills of lading; informational booklets and pamphlets; posters and notices; stamps; travel documents; bills and receipts; radio broadcast transcripts; sketches; statements of earnings; periodicals; and other material. Scrapbooks also contains some notes made by Bamford on Canadian Pacific Railway history. William Blackley Stanley Bamford’s diaries indicate that he worked on his father’s scrapbook after his death.

Willemina's Christmas (unpublished) - production

This series consists of materials relating to the production and attempted publication of Willemina's Christmas, including the draft and final illustrations and manuscript, and photographs and letters sent to publishers.

White Pass & Yukon Route Files

This series consists of materials related to Brown's position in the White Pass & Yukon Corporation, with a significant portion concerning the building and launch of the M/V "Frank H. Brown," the M/V "Klondike," and the M/V "Clifford J. Rogers." Other notable inclusions are nearly then entire run of the White Pass Contact (employee newsletter) through 1975, nearly the entire White Pass Container Route News through 1975, and the run of White Pass Annual Reports through 1975.

White family papers

Series contains correspondence and other material created by or related to W.H. White' s parents, children, and grandchildren, including biographical information about various members of the Hale-White family and correspondence between members of the family and their friends.

W.H. White manuscripts

This series is composed of the manuscripts of published and unpublished material written by W. H. White. The notebooks sub-series includes the "Dorothy", "Black", and "White" notebooks, in which W. H. White documents his relationship with D.V. White. For the published materials sub-series, file titles and dates were supplied by D. V. White. With the exception of "Notes on Shelley" and "A Visit to Carlyle" these items were all included in "Last Pages from a Journal". "A Visit to Carlyle" was published in "Pages from a Journal".

W.H. White and D.V. White correspondence

Series is composed of incoming correspondence and drafts and originals of outgoing correspondence to and from William Hale White and/or Dorothy Vernon White. The large majority of files are W.H. White's incoming and outgoing correspondence . Correspondents include W.H. White's literary and other friends, communications with publishers, and with family members. Some files include correspondence with both W .H. White and D.V. White.

Wet'suwet'en Nation Trial Exhibits

At trial, the Wet’suwet’en people were represented by the 13 Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs, whose territories during that time lay mainly in the watersheds of the Bulkley and parts of the Fraser-Nechako River systems and their tributaries. The original claims were altered and replaced with claims for aboriginal title and self-government, and eventually the individual claims by each House were amalgamated into two collective claims, one on behalf of the Wet’suwet’en Nation and the other for the Gitksan Nation. The Wet’suwet’en Exhibits consists primarily of records relating to Wet'suwet'en history, territory, and traditions. Series also includes Plaintiffs’ expert witness evidence, Wet’suwet’en genealogy information, photographs, oral histories, maps, letters, interviews and commission evidence.

Delgamuukw Trial

Westcoast Transmission Building.

Series consists of records pertaining to the development of the
Westcoast Transmission Building, completed by the Rhone & Iredale Architects, dated predominantly 1968 – 1971. Included are publications, newspaper clippings,circulars, slides and negatives.

Welfare funds

This series consists of records of the United Fishermen's Welfare Fund (1964-1965), the Pilchard and Herring Welfare Fund (1957-1961), the Longliners Welfare Fund (1959), the Halibut Welfare Fund (1961), and several other smaller funds. Records include articles, by-laws, financial statements and correspondence. The folders are arranged by Fund names, with the smaller ones grouped together.

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