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Other Pieces series subseries

Sub-series consists of written work by other journalists collected by Schlesinger in the form of clippings and other published items. Items either mention Schlesinger in passing or were likely otherwise of interest to him.

Pieces by Schlesinger subseries

Sub-series consists of written work by Schlesinger, in the form of clippings, periodicals, website printouts, and manuscripts.
Includes a print-out copy of Schlesinger’s Globe & Mail obituary for his wife, Myra Eileen (Mike) Schlesinger.

Transcription subseries

Subseries consists of transcriptions taken from videotaped interviews of corporate insiders, critics, whistle-blowers, and other individuals such as Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, Michael Moore, and Milton Friedman. The transcriptions also include the time code that corresponds to the location on the audio video cassettes. These taped interviews can be accessed through VT UBC 1174 to VT UBC 1478.

Translations

This subseries contains the translations of Minoru Kudo's diaries performed by Kathleen Merken between 2005 and 2011. Records include printed copies of the translations as well as logs and notes made by Merken as she was translating the diaries. This subseries also contains materials produced by Merken that focus on her vision for the publication of the translations, analysis of themes that she identified throughout the material, and some reflections on her experience of translating the diaries.

Research files

This subseries includes research files primarily compiled by Kathleen Merken that contain correspondence between Merken and other Japanese Canadians, copies of other families’ recollections and accounts of their forced removal, and other reference materials such as maps, timelines, and excerpts from text that help to contextualize and document this history.

Correspondence

Records in this subseries are the original correspondence of Minoru Kudo with family, members of the Japanese Canadian community, and Canadian government bodies. While much of the material is Kudo’s own correspondence, a significant portion of the correspondence in this subseries is from his activity as a daishonin (scrivener) and are on behalf of other members of the Japanese Canadian community.

Photocopies

These photocopies were made by Kathleen Merken during the process of translating the diaries. Photocopying activity occurred primarily before 2004 with some additional copies being made in 2005. While the majority are full copies of each diary, there are some files that were created for thematic grouping of materials across years.

Legal Correspondence subseries

Includes correspondence between David Breen and his legal counsel, his notes on these conversations, and correspondences between David Breen’s legal counsel and the defendants. Materials are arranged chronologically.

Trust Fund subseries

Includes documenting the discovery of the plagiarism and correspondence between David Breen and Association of Academic Staff: University of Alberta, Faculty Association: the University of British Columbia, Canadian Association of University Teachers, Canadian Historical Association, along with other friends and colleagues to gain support (financially and morally) regarding the copyright suit, as well as documents related to the establishment of his legal fund. Materials are arranged chronologically.

Evidence subseries

Records related to the official court filings and decisions, including documents submitted for Discovery, List of Authority, and other court-related documentation. Items are arranged chronologically according to the topic.

Jean Coulthard subseries

Subseries consists of notes, articles, correspondence, drafts, papers and miscellaneous research materials relating to Jean Coulthard.

NDP Committee subseries

Subseries consists of notes, correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas regarding the NDP Education Policy Committee, 1976-1979.

Civil Cases

Subseries consists of court documents relating to civil cases in British Columbia between 1864 and 1903. The cases comprise a variety of document types, including: judge’s orders; affidavits; writs of summons; correspondence; bills of costs; jury lists; judgments; notices; statements of account; motions; bonds; speakers’ certificates; indentures; agreements; receipts of sale; complaints; notices of intention; mortgages; requests; wills; and subpoenas. As a whole, they are indicative of the development of civil and criminal law in the region at the time, closely reflecting British standards and precedence. Differences did develop, however, as circumstances required.

It is important to note that the time period represented in these cases includes years before and after the colonies were converged on August 6th, 1866. Before the unification, the Colony of Vancouver Island and the Colony of British Columbia were separate entities in which civil suits at the local level were a vital part of the decentralized colonial government. Initially, the mainland was governed from New Westminster, but once they were merged into the new Colony of British Columbia, governance took place in Victoria on Vancouver Island.

In total, there are 155 files comprised of roughly 900 documents, wherein each file represents a different case. Of those, the donor has confirmed that 157 are from Vancouver Island and 35 are from the mainland.

Birth Weight Project subseries

Subseries consists of records on the Birth Weight Project. Ward researched tax assessment rolls, ledgers, in-patient and out-patient records, etc., for the following cities: Boston, Dublin, Edinburgh, Vienna, and Montreal. Separate studies were also conducted on the cities of Utrecht and Bologna. Ward’s research on the Birth/Newborn Weight Project was the foundation for the book, Birth Weight and Economic Growth: Women’s Living Standards in the Industrializing West. The code book for the Utrecht birth weight database (file 7-5a) was added in December 2014. NOTE: The Birth Weight Project records on Bologna are expected in a future accrual.

Infant Mortality Project subseries

Subseries consists of research notes and annotated German-Language articles on Infant Mortality between 1880 and 1940. The Infant Mortality Project looked at the changing medical understanding of infant mortality before WWI. Ward pursued a professional and personal interest in this project, but it did not reach the publication stage.

The Clean Body: A Modern History subseries

Subseries consists of research and materials relating to Ward's book The Clean Body: A Modern History published by McGill-Queen's University Press in November 2019. This book represents a synthesis of scholarship on the history and development of personal hygiene in Canada, Europe, and the U.S. Types of records in the sub-series include journal article photocopies, research notes, correspondence, publicity materials, manuscript copies, and chapter drafts of the book. Photocopied documents retained by the archivist include some sort of annotations by Ward. This project included some digital-born materials saved by Ward on a USB removable memory drive. Records saved as files on the drive included various journal articles or chapters in addition to a master bibliography for the project created in the software EndNote. Other *file formats included are Microsoft Word Documents (.docx and .doc), Microsoft Excel Documents (.xlsx and .xls) and PDFs.

Some of the records in this subseries are in Italian, French, and German.

Please ask archives staff regarding access to digital-born materials. To access EndNote files, users need to run the EndNote software on their devices.

Family Reconstitutions Project subseries

Subseries consists of records related to the Family Reconstitutions Project, including censuses, maps, tax assessment rolls, and research notes. The Project was a series of family reconstitution studies for the cities of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia and Perth, Ontario, in the 18th and 19th centuries. Ward pursued a professional and personal interest in this project, but it did not reach the publication stage.

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