Photographs depict: Di Castri's unique piano preparation for Sprung Testament; Di Castri handing her scores over to Kevin Madill, the Head Librarian of UBC's Music, Art, and Architecture Library, for the purpose of this collection; and a screenshot of Jennifer Koh's show description.
Item is a letter to High Branch Society members encouraging them to renew their membership. Letter is accompanied by a decorative envelope, a self-addressed envelope (to the creator's company), and a membership renewal slip.
Item is a Christmas card featuring artwork by the creator. This card depicts the image of a mouse wearing antlers made from a small branch. Art is accompanied by the phrase "A deer little Chris mouse".
Christmas card featuring artwork by creator (an illustration from 'The Fairs' Christmas' in his book How to See Fairies and Other Tales). The text printed inside the card reads "Season's Greetings". Card was printed by The Folio Society.
The item relates to planned books, chapbooks and ephemeral pieces of the creator. Item consists of folded pamphlet, High Branch Society membership renewal form with return envelope, and accompanying envelope.
Item is an original watercolour depicting a scene from Alice in Wonderland. This image features the titular character holding a flamingo to be used as a croquet mallet. The image also features a helmet-wearing hedgehog and one of the Queen of Hearts' guardsmen.
File is a mail-out to members of the creator's High Branch Society, a group of less than 50 van Sandwyk patrons from around the world. This is the first mail-out sent to UBC Rare Books and Special Collections.
Card from the High Branch Society decorated with the image of a crow wearing spectacles. Inside is artwork featuring owls and mice, and the text "Special Collections Library U.B.C. - Esteemed Patron". The artwork printed on the envelope depicts two trees, speaking to each other through tin cans joined by a string.
Medallion recognizing participation in the Sea to Sky All British Rally (2015). Medallion design by Charles van Sandwyk. The event is an annual "British car run" (a scenic drive for car aficionados) from North Vancouver to Whistler.