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Kevin Chong fonds

  • UBCA-ARC-1498
  • Fonds
  • 1986-2016

Fonds consists of records that document Kevin Chong’s education, and writing and teaching careers. The records include typewritten manuscripts, written notes, annotated proofs, correspondence, research materials, teaching materials, newspaper and magazine clippings, publications, posters, photographs, and digital recordings. They are arranged in the following series: Manuscripts – Published Works, Manuscripts – Unpublished Works, Other Writings, The Redenbachers, Correspondence, Clippings, Vancouver Public Library, UBC, Columbia University, Publishing, Teaching, Research Materials, Other Publications, Grants, Competitions, and Writers’ Festivals, and Miscellaneous.

Chong, Kevin

Personal series

Series consists of textual records relating to Ralston’s personal life and interests and includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and minutes.

Associations series

Series consists of textual records documenting Ralston’s relationships with various historical and political organizations and includes correspondence, newsletters, minutes, and conference materials.

Day Books series

The Series consists of day books and similar bound volumes, which Ralston used to track his activities and appointments. Of twenty items originally received, five-day books were retained as a sampling to illustrate how Ralston organized his life and activities

Public Record Office series

Series consists of textual records relating to Ralston’s Canada Council-funded leave to conduct research at the Public Records Office in London, UK, and includes correspondence and written notes.

Keith Ralston fonds

  • UBCA-ARC-1497
  • Fonds
  • 1948-1997

Fonds consists of textual records and published materials produced or acquired by Keith Ralston primarily through his historical research and other professional activities, along with a small selection of personal materials. It is arranged in the following ten series, which largely reflect how the records arrived in their original order: Department of History, Thesis, Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Cowichan Fishing Case, Public Record Office, Hudson’s Bay Company Research, Research, Associations, Personal, and Day Books.

Ralston, Keith

Cowichan Fishing Case series

Series consists of textual materials relating to a First Nation fishing rights case which Ralston researched and wrote about, and includes correspondence, written notes, newspaper clippings, and typewritten manuscripts.

Thesis series

The series consists of Ralston’s original proposal for his MA thesis and various drafts and related documentation.

Dictionary of Canadian Biography series

Series consists of materials related to biographical articles written by Ralston for the Dictionary of Canadian Biography (DCB) and includes research notes, drafts, finished articles, and lists of historical individuals considered for inclusion in the DCB.

Department of History series

Series consists of textual records from Ralston’s teaching and other activities in the UBC Department of History and includes course handouts, correspondence, minutes, and Ralston’s obituary of former department head Margaret Ormsby.

Hudson’s Bay Company Research series

Series consists of textual records relating to Ralston’s research at the Hudson’s Bay Company archives in Winnipeg and includes correspondence, written notes, copies of original documents, typewritten manuscripts, and copies of published articles.

Research series

Series consists of textual records relating to Ralston’s research activities and written articles on various topics, and includes correspondence, written notes, typewritten manuscripts, and copies of published articles.

Joy Coghill fonds

  • UBCA-ARC-1496
  • Fonds
  • 1937-2013

The fonds consists of notes, manuscripts, drafts, awards, degrees, pamphlets, correspondence, notes, note-cards, scripts, programs, posters, forms, degrees, cards, certificates, artifacts, and photographs.

Coghill, Joy

Organizations and Associations series

The series consists of forms, pamphlets, applications, conference proceedings, notes, note-cards and certificates relating to the various organizations and associations that Joy Coghill was a member of or contributed to in some way, notably Western Gold Society and Holiday Theatre / Playhouse Theatre.

Events series

The series consists of materials relating to Joy Coghill’s performances as an actor, director, producer and artistic director.

Miscellaneous series

The series consists of manuscripts, notes, newspaper and magazine clippings, pamphlets, and other textual materials relating to Coghill's writing, teaching, and other activities. Also included are artifacts relating to Coghill's performances and professional and personal life.

Song Of This Place series

Series consists of manuscript materials documenting the development of Coghill's play Song Of This Place, based on the life of Emily Carr, and including early drafts of scripts, notes, correspondence, brochures and other published materials, Actors' Equity agreements, and financial records documenting ticket sales and sponsorships.

Photographs series

The series consists of photographs of Coghill, including headshots, involvement in various productions on and off stage, and cast members. Also included is the output of Coghill's play Song Of This Place, and the photographs of Coghill with family and friends. Includes black-and-white and colour prints, negatives, and colour slides.

Personal Life series

The series consists of three journals, correspondence, notes, note cards, certificates, forms and other textual materials used by or for Joy Coghill’s personal life.

Audiovisual series

The series consists of audiovisual material about Coghill's acting career. In addition, there are audio and visual records from her 2003/2004 performance of Song of this Place at the Frederic Wood Theatre, two CBC television programs, a demo reel, a promotional video of the Courage to Dream production, and three audio recordings of poetry, short stories, and a 1995 production of the Noah's Ark opera. Included from the 2017 accession are recordings of TV coverage of Song Of This Place, audio recordings about Song Of This Place, and a DVD recording of Joy's son Gordon Thorne accepting a Gemini Award on her behalf.

Family series

Series consists of personal and family documentation such as birth and marriage certificates, transcripts, copies of articles and some collected newspaper reports.

Teaching series

Series consists of notes for lectures and seminars given in various classes, continuing education, and conferences; course materials, papers from colleagues and students; and documentation related to Norris’ role on multiple committees and boards within UBC and as the Director of the Department of the History of Medicine and Science.

Photographs series

Series consists mainly of photographs of John Norris, Barbara Norris, and other family members. Several photos relate to images used by Norris during lectures or in scholarly articles. Photographs are arranged in chronological order.

Political Career series

Series consists of notes, speeches, scripts, newspaper clippings, and other documentation related to John Norris’ candidacy for the Provincial Election in 1963.

Research Materials and Publications series

Series consists of notes taken supporting various publications, such as those on the British economy during the 1800s, cholera, and the plague. Series also consists of copies of several Norris publications.

Many of the research notes are without dates; however, it can likely be inferred that the messages regarding cholera were made in support of his unpublished work on cholera that remained unfinished at the time of his death in 2010.

Also, some notes that might have influenced his publications have been included in the Teaching series as they were described as lectures and conferences.

Hannah Institute series

Series consists of correspondence, applications, and materials related to successive Practitioner-Historian workshops offered by Norris during his association with the Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine.

John MacKenzie Norris fonds

  • UBCA-ARC-1495
  • Fonds
  • 1925-2005

Fonds consists of the personal papers of John Norris, including family papers, correspondence of both a personal and professional nature, notes of academic articles, lecture and class notes, as well as several photographs of Norris and his family. Fonds has been organized into seven series: Correspondence series; Family series; Political Career series; Hannah Institute series, Research Materials and Publications series; Teaching series; and Photographs series. Materials are arranged in alphabetical order unless otherwise indicated.

Norris, John

Reports subseries

Subseries includes a collection of reader’s reports written by Hunter for the Canadian Film Development Corporation, a precursor to Telefilm Canada.

Manuscripts & books series

Series includes manuscripts/typescripts, correspondence, maps, notes, research materials, and ephemera associated with published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction projects. Major projects are Hunter’s unpublished novel: “Guilty As Sin,” his autobiography: “Being One: Scenes from a Screenwriter’s Life” and an unpublished book documenting the 1974 murder of Hunter’s parents titled “Next of Kin.”

Television series

Series includes materials related to Hunter’s various produced and unproduced television projects.

Personal series

Series includes biographical information about John Hunter, including lists of awards, résumé, obituaries, early rejection letters, cartoons, and his undergraduate thesis.

Drama subseries

Subseries include manuscripts/typescripts, correspondence, notes, and research materials, including interviews, photographs, press clippings and ephemera related to Hunter’s various produced and unproduced television projects.

Documentary subseries

Subseries includes outlines and related correspondence for the proposed documentary series “The History of Philosophy with Colin Wilson.”

John Hunter fonds

  • UBCA-ARC-1494
  • Fonds
  • 1950 - 2016

Fonds includes sixty-one literary works dating from 1969 to 2011, including screenplays, teleplays, manuscripts of novels, and non-fiction work along with accompanying correspondence, notes, press, research, photographs, and recordings. Scripts include both produced and unproduced projects. Also included is a small collection of personal material such as drawings and biographical materials with obituaries and tributes for Hunter.

Hunter, John

Feature film series

Series includes manuscripts, reports, correspondence, notes, film concepts, research materials, photographs, and video recordings associated with Hunter’s film career.

Projects subseries

Subseries includes screenplays, drafts, correspondence, contract agreements, publications, interviews, reviews, press articles, films, and other ephemera associated with produced and un-produced feature film projects. Some projects were co-written with others, and others were written under a pseudonym.

Cooke / Pulpit Publications series

Series consists of materials documenting Spaulding's long-term project to correlate the entries in the two volumes of The Preacher's Assistant (1783) by the Rev. John Cooke using computer technology and includes notes, correspondence, published articles, drafts (both handwritten and typescript), computer codes, and computer printouts (bound and unbound). It is arranged in the sub-series Correspondence, Provenance Studies, General Notes, Drafts and Printouts, and Bound Computer Printouts.
The physical arrangement is partially based on Spaulding's original file organization and otherwise in chronological order. Many original folders have essential supporting information, presumably written by Spaulding.

College And University Papers series

The series consists of materials documenting Spaulding's academic scholarship and career and includes course and lecture notes, published articles, correspondence, CVs, and drafts (handwritten and typescript). It is arranged in the sub-series Pomona/Stockton Numbered Files, Other College Files, Toward Dissertation & Dissertation I, and Lectures and Other Professional Papers.
The physical arrangement is primarily based on Spaulding's original file organization. Many original folders have important supporting information, presumably written by Spaulding.

Personal Papers series

The series consists mostly of materials documenting Spaulding's personal life, including correspondence, essays, academic transcripts, and financial records. Files are arranged in chronological order.

John Gordon Spaulding fonds

  • UBCA-ARC-1493
  • Fonds
  • 1931-1993

Fonds consists of materials documenting John Gordon Spaulding's academic scholarship and career, in particular his Pulpit Publications project, and includes notes, correspondence, published articles, drafts (both handwritten and typescript), computer codes, computer printouts (bound and unbound), and related records. The fonds is organized in three series: College And University Papers (including the sub-series Pomona/Stockton Numbered Files, Other College Files, Toward Dissertation & Dissertation I, and Lectures and Other Professional Papers), Personal Papers, and Cooke / Pulpit Publications (including the sub-series Correspondence, Provenance Studies, General Notes, Drafts, and Printouts, and Bound Computer Printouts). Where Spaulding's original arrangements were still apparent and considered practical, they have been retained – otherwise the files are arranged in chronological order.

Spaulding, John Gordon

Joan Coldwell fonds

  • UBCA-ARC-1492
  • Fonds
  • 1977-2008

Fonds consists of materials created and collected by Joan Coldwell through her relationship and her business dealings with Jane Rule. It includes incoming personal correspondence from Jane Rule and Helen Sonthoff to Joan Coldwell and Ann Saddlemyer. Also included is a sous-fond, Hedgerow Press – Loving The Difficult, arising from the Press’s publication of Jane Rule’s final book.
It consists of correspondence, contracts, obituaries, publication and promotion materials, including photographs of the book launch on Galiano Island, a digital copy of the work, a bound paper draft, and the 2008 Lambda Literary Award for non-fiction.

Coldwell, Joan

Hedgerow Press - Loving The Difficult sous-fonds

This sous-fonds reflects Joan Coldwell’s role in Hedgerow Press relating to the publication of Jane Rule’s final book, Loving The Difficult. It includes correspondence, contracts, obituaries, memorial speech, publication and promotion materials, proofs, a digital and paper draft of the work, and the 2008 Lambda Literary Award for non-fiction.

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