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Bill C.Y. Li subseries

As the General Manager of the UBC Press from the early 1970s to 1990, Bill C.Y. Li's initial responsibilities for the production process were eventually superseded by competencies in the financial and business-oriented offices of the UBC Press.

Correspondence sub-series consists of drafts of letters and memorandum regarding departmental communication, preparation memos for meetings and seminars, book construction, royalty payments, sales reports, financial support, and topics about the production and layout of material to be published.

Jane C. Fredeman and Tony Blicq subseries

As the Senior, then Managing, Editor of UBC Press from 1973-1990, Jane C. Fredeman was primarily responsible for the solicitation and editing of manuscripts; while A.N (Tony) Blicq, as the first Executive Director of the UBC Press, was responsible for both the establishment of the departmental infrastructure, and the practical realization of the mandate of the Press itself.
Correspondence sub-series consists of drafts of letters and memorandum regarding readers reports, grant proposals, interdepartmental communication, correspondence with authors, warehouse operations, letters of acknowledgement, changes to administrative procedure and restructured responsibility, requests for donations, quotation permission, and manuscript rejections.

Institute of Pacific Relations subseries

The correspondence sub-series consists of letters and financial statements documenting the printing and distribution of works before the establishment of UBC Press, primarily by the Institute of Pacific Relations. The records overlap the tenure of Tony Blicq as Executive Director.

Miscellaneous subseries

Subseries consists of records about creating various types of word games and puzzles. These records include original, copy and draft puzzles, notes, completed puzzles (not started by Messenger), and clippings.

Triple-Ploy subseries

Subseries consists of records about Messenger's regular puzzle column Triple-Ploy, published in Western Living Magazine. These records include correspondence, completed puzzles and revisions.

Board Games subseries

Subseries consists of game boards and draft game boards for three board games: "Cheat,"; "Hugger-Mugger," and an untitled geographic board game. The game boards are in oversize boxes.

Academic Teaching Career subseries

Subseries consists of correspondence, applications, curriculum vitae, notes and clippings on Messenger's teaching career with the UBC English Department, including tributes given at his memorial service.

Course Materials subseries

Subseries consists of notes, outlines, handouts, bibliographies, articles, tests and assignments of the different courses taught by Messenger in the English Department as an Instructor and Associate Professor.

ComPost subseries

Subseries consists of issues of the ComPost, the English Department's composition newsletter, which Messenger created and edited, including notes, distribution lists, memos and articles.

Miscellaneous subseries

Subseries consists of records that were used for or produced during the creation of Literature in English. These records include correspondence, revision, notes, reviews, designs, and various illustrations.

Miscellaneous subseries

Subseries consists of notes, revisions, correspondence, reviews, marketing materials, and drafts about the Canadian Writer's Handbook (1st, 2nd and 3rd eds.).

Permissions subseries

Subseries consists of permission forms and permission tracking forms for various works that were published in Literature in English.

Chronologies subseries

The subseries consists of various records about the chronologies created for and included in Literature In English, including clippings and notes, revisions and an appendix.

Research Notes subseries

Subseries consists of records that were used for research during the creation of Literature In English. Each file within the subseries pertains to a particular writer or poet that was featured in the anthology.

Babel subseries

Babel was a newsletter created and circulated within the graduate student community and contains written contributions in prose, poetry, and drawings. Sub-series consists of six editions of the newsletter, filed chronologically from September 1998 to March 1999.

Newsense subseries

The Newsense was a general-interest departmental newsletter which began publication in 1968. It was distributed to faculty, support staff, and students.
Subseries consists of handwritten and typed manuscripts of articles and drafts and paste-ups of each issue. Subseries also contains information about departmental meetings that were published in the newsletter. Files are arranged in numerical order by volume and issue number, from Volume I Number 1 (September 1968) to Volume II Number 10 (April 1970).

ComPost subseries

The ComPost was a newsletter intended primarily for those faculty members responsible for teaching English composition.
Subseries consists of copies of the newsletter, filed in chronological order from September 1973 to April 1977.

Scrapbooks subseries

Subseries consists of scrapbooks containing photographs and newspaper clippings documenting the early history of the Institute.

Administrative subseries

Subseries consists of correspondence, CVs, and reports relating to the administration of the Institute, its programs and its personnel.
Subseries arranged in alphabetical order.

The Council of University Teaching Hospitals (C.O.U.T.H.) subseries

For approximately ten years (1978-1988), the Council of University Teaching Hospitals existed as an informal organization providing discussion between the University’s Health Sciences faculties and schools and the major affiliated Teaching Hospitals. However, after much consideration, it was collectively determined that for the Council to undertake specific projects in the joint interests of its constituent organizations, actions had to be taken, resulting in the formalization of the Council and the establishment of the position of Executive Director. To this end, C.O.U.T.H. formally established itself on 15 November 1988 as a society supported by a re-established organizational and sub-committee structure under a newly formed societal Constitution and set of Bylaws.
The founding members of C.O.U.T.H. include the B.C. Children’s Hospital, the Cancer Control Agency of B.C., the Salvation Army Grace Hospital, St. Paul’s Hospital, The University of British Columbia, University Hospital, Vancouver General Hospital, and the Western Rehabilitation Society. C.O.U.T.H. comprises two primary committees that serve its mandate; these include the Council and the Operating Committee. In addition, as a cooperative society, C.O.U.T.H. serves those Teaching Hospitals having a comprehensive affiliation agreement with the University of British Columbia and the University itself.

This subseries of the Dean of Medicine series consists of minutes, reports, correspondence, studies, briefs and assessments conducted, accumulated or compiled by the Executive Director, the Council and the Operating Committee and their various sub-committees and tasks forces.

Okanagan College files series

Subseries consists of files of correspondence, reports, brochures, and other textual records relating to granting University of British Columbia Arts degrees through Okanagan College and Wynn's supervisory role in the process.

General college files series

Subseries consists of files of correspondence, reports, brochures, and other textual records relating to Wynn's liaison activities with various colleges and university colleges in British Columbia.

Publications

Sub-series consists of published copies of chapbooks, monographs, journals, and conference proceedings that Miki wrote, co-wrote, edited, co-edited, and contributed to. Volumes are arranged chronologically according to date of publication except for poetry chapbooks which are located at the beginning of the sub-series.

Pacific Islands focus subseries

Subseries contains original research/data, correspondence and annotated reference materials related to groups in the South Pacific, including the Solomon Islands, Fiji, and Papua New Guinea. It also includes some miscellaneous essays on other groups outside the area.

Military focus subseries

Subseries contains reports and material focused on the RAF (Royal Air Force) and a report Belshaw produced on productivity in the military.

British Columbia focus subseries

Subseries contains original research/data, correspondence and annotated reference materials related to various projects focused in BC. Topics include representation of First Nations in BC and the National Film Board, recreation facilities on the North Shore, restaurants in Greater Vancouver, and transit.

ISSC subseries

Subseries consists of correspondence and reports documenting the activities of the International Social Science Council (ISSC).

UNESCO subseries

Subseries consists of records documenting Belshaw's involvement with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The materials include correspondence, reports, bulletins, minutes, and financial records.

XI ICAES subseries

Subseries consists of records documenting Belshaw's part in organizing the eleventh International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. The materials include correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, promotional materials, and manuscripts for Congress papers and presentations.

IFSEA subseries

Subseries consists of records documenting Belshaw's involvement with the International Federation of Scientific Editors Associations (IFSEA).

General NGO subseries

Subseries based on an arrangement by the creator; as such, there is some overlap with other sub-series in this series. Materials include correspondence, reports, minutes, and publications from various organizations.

IUAES subseries

Subseries consists of records documenting Belshaw's involvement with the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES), including correspondence, minutes, reports, publications, and financial records.

SSRCC subseries

Subseries consists of records documenting Belshaw's involvement with the Social Science Research Council of Canada (SSRCC). Materials include minutes, correspondence, reports, financial statements, and policy statements.

CSAA subseries

Subseries consists of records documenting the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association (CSAA) activities.

United Nations Regional Training Centre subseries

Subseries consists of records documenting the Regional Training Centre for United Nations Fellows, based at International House at UBC. The materials include correspondence, reports, minutes, financial records, publications, and clippings.

PSA subseries

Subseries consists of correspondence, reports, minutes, financial records, and the Pacific Science Association (PSA) by-laws.

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