Raymond Hull fonds
- Source of title proper: Title based on the contents of the fonds.
- Hull, Raymond
5.9 m of textual records;ca. 120 photographs
Raymond Hull was born in Shaftsbury, England and moved to British Columbia in 1947. His varied employment history included steward on a Yukon River sternwheeler, farm hand, construction labourer, creative writing teacher and even spriritualist medium. From the age of thirty, however, he has been a full-time writer of stage and television plays. He is probably best known for his co-authorship of The Peter Principle, with Laurence Peter.
The fonds consists of manuscripts of books, published and unfinished, such as his incomplete autobiography As I See Myself (1963) and abandoned book proposals, as well as the manuscripts for short stories, plays (stage, television and radio) and for poetry. It also includes rough drafts and notes of more recent books, film scripts, sheet music, articles from 1975-1976, lectures, publicity material, chronological miscellaneous files (1975, 1976, 1981) and correspondence (1973-1976).
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