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Literary Works

Series consists of photostat copies of literary works by George Peele from the 1500s and a manuscript work by an unknown author in the late 1800s containing various excerpts and notes.
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Photographs BC-2144-1 to BC-2144-147 depict locations and individuals in the early 20th century in the Vancouver lower mainland area and areas on Vancouver Island. Photographs depict members of the Wilkinson family and others.

Photograph series

Series consists of black and white photographic prints of various sizes. The images are of Dr. Argue, members of his family in Alberta, and colleagues in New York and St. Louis. Photographs are numbered according to the Archives' photograph cataloguing system and are stored in the Archives Vault series 15.1. Please ask archives staff about access.

Photographs series

Series consists of fifteen photographs that include photographs of Geoffrey Riddehough from childhood to adulthood. Photographs have been removed and filed with the UBC Library Open Collections Series UBC (77.1).


Series consists of photographs of various canneries, cannery owners and employees in British Columbia, and a photograph of the 1920 Canadian Fisheries Association convention.
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Records in this series include items of an ephemeral nature created and used during WWII, specifically at or relating to the Santo Tomas Internment Camp. Records include envelopes, sets of cards, examples of daily sanitary paper items, and temporary currency.

Photograph series

The series consists of 379 photographs that feature Frank Gnup, beginning in his late teens through his career as a football coach at the University of British Columbia. Images numbered 61.1/1-158 have been scanned and added to the UBC Historical Photographs database at:
The remaining miscellaneous photographs have not been described individually and are stored in with the textual material in Box 10, OVR1 61.1/159, and OVR3 61.1/160.

Photographic Material series

Series consists of photographic prints, negatives and slides, divided into very general categories, including Sam Black and family, Black artwork and photographs taken by Black during his travels. The pictures of artwork, used in conjunction with the cancellation proofs and the lino- and woodblock prints, provide a vital record in documenting the breadth of Black's artistic output during his career.

Personal and administrative records

Records include correspondence between Kujundzic and family, friends, other artists, and fans; curriculum vitae and biographical information; references, job applications, and promotion records; personal notes and writings to art organizations; travel and immigration documents; photographs; and posthumous administration records.

Subject Files Series

Series consists of three main files: general teaching background, kindergarten general background and Commission on the Future of the Faculty of Education (COFFE).

Adult Education series

Series consists of calendars, course notes and evaluations, workshop notes and programs, bound off-prints of articles written or edited by Verner alone or in collaboration with others, and a survey about Verner's professorship in adult education at UBC. In addition, the series includes materials about rural sociology, a field of study in which Verner was also knowledgeable.

Personal and Professional Slides

This series consists of a photograph and many slides which were not in interfiled with Brown's other papers. The images consist predominantly of scenes from various parts of BC and the Yukon, as well as Brown's trips to Europe in the 1950s. A vast majority of the slides are stereoscopic, designed to produce a three-dimensional image when viewed through a special holder. Of these slides, the majority were processed by the View-Master company and are housed in the circular reels designed for View-Master viewers.

Audiovisual Materials series

Series consists of reel-to-reel audio recordings, audiocassettes, and one 16 mm film. Materials include interviews, plays and other works created or collected by Jacob Zilber.

Novel series

Series consists of draft chapters, clippings, and notes of Messenger's work on his sea-themed novel called The Last Horizon.

Journals and Writings

The series consists of Journals and personal writings based on practical, historical, and political concerns.

Games and Word Puzzles series

Series consists of records about games and word puzzles created by Messenger. There are three subseries: Miscellaneous subseries, "Triple-Ploy" subseries, and Board Games subseries.


This series consists of letters delivered to a specific person or a group. Series includes printed letters, email, postcards, and telegrams.

Episodic productions series

Series consists of scripts, proposals, shooting schedules, budgets, agreements, design sketches, call sheets, and other records relating to Kendall's direction of television series on an episodic basis. Includes material relating to episodes of The Adventures of the Black Stallion, Beachcombers, Beast Wars, Just a Kid, Kid Zone, Liberty Street, Madison, Neon Rider, Paper Route, ReBoot, Animal Miracles, Beyond Belief, Caitlin’s Way, Just Deal, Mentors, Myth Quest, New Addams Family, and Baby Pinsky.

By the Sea: An Alphabet Book - Production, Publication

This series consists of materials related to the production and publication of By the Sea: An Alphabet Book, including correspondence, draft illustrations, and information regarding the sale of the original materials. In 1986 Blades received the Elizabeth Mrazik Cleaver Canadian picture book award for By the Sea for the "best illustrated Canadian picture book in 1985." The manuscript and illustrations were sold to the National Library (now Library and Archives Canada) in Ottawa in 1987, but photocopies of these materials are included.

Literature in English series

Series consists of records pertaining to the anthology edited by Messenger and Bill New in 1993. There are four subseries: Research Notes subseries, Permissions subseries, Miscellaneous subseries, and Chronologies subseries.

Discussion Series

Series contains textual records related to Lazara Press's <i>Discussion Series</i> publications. These publications are described on Lazara's website as being "a forum for provocative and challenging essays and speeches which address current issues of interest and concern". The series contains both drafts and final copies of each essay, as well as other records such as correspondence, contracts, distribution and cataloguing information, newspaper and magazine clippings, and court transcripts.


Series primarily consists of photographs and negatives related to past Icelandic Canadian Club of British Columbia (ICC of BC) events, photographs taken of Club executive, membership, and scholarship winners.

General photographs

Series consists of photographs not included in files. Includes photographs of Kogawa, her family and friends, trips to Japan and Hawaii, as well as photographs relating to her participation in various literary, cultural, and spiritual events, and awards and honours she has received. Letters and other documents found with photographs have been retained in a separate folder.


Series consists of the research that Roy Stokes did about the history of Le Fanu. Series includes familial history dating Le Fanu’s lineage back to 1576 as well as his descendants; newspapers, articles, and book chapters; bibliographic notes and general queries; theatrical adaptions of Le Fanu’s work “Carmilla”; and photographs and photo negatives of Beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey where Le Fanu spent time as a child and later in life.

Sheridan Le Fanu, Joseph Thomas

Research Collections series

Series consists of three research collections maintained by Helen and Philip Akrigg: British Columbia History; William Shakespeare, the Earl of Southampton, James I & the Jacobean Period; and Garnett G. Sedgewick research collections. The first research collection includes photocopies, photoprints, maps, plans, notes and other materials used by Helen and Philip Akrigg for their books on British Columbia history and place names. The second research collection consists of microfilms, photocopies, photographs and original English documents acquired by Philip Akrigg while working on his books about William Shakespeare, the Earl of Southampton, James I and the Jacobean period. The final collection comprises research materials relating to G.G. Sedgewick assembled for Akrigg's Garnett Sedgewick Memorial Lecture (1980).

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