- CA ON00239 F3006-f402
Part of Arnait Video Productions fonds
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Part of Arnait Video Productions fonds
The fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, addresses, lecture notes and various other writings. The material represents his academic and creative writing courses from the year 1950 to 2006. In addition it contains his research notes and numerous offprints used for research and study. There is a very small amount of personal correspondence.
Wright, Anthony Colin
The fonds consists of manuscripts, correpospondence, photographs and audio recordings documenting the life's work and literary activities of Canadian poet Al Purdy and, to a lesser extent, the life of his wife Eurithe Mary Jane Purdy (b. Parkhurst). Includes correspondence with many of the major figures of Canadian literature including Margaret Atwood, Earle Birney, Michael Ondaatje, Dennis Lee, Timothy Findley, Diane Dawber, Susan Musgrave, George Woodcock, H.R. "Bill" Percy, Margaret Dyment, Rosemary Sullivan, Sid Marty, Fraser Sutherland, Ralph Gustafson, John Metcalf, James C. Deahl, Irving Layton, George Woodcock, Robert Fulford and many others. Carbon copies of many of Purdy's letters, both "incoming" and "outgoing," are also represented. The manuscripts cover all aspects of Purdy's literary activities, foremost as a poet, but also include rough notes drafts and final versions of his prose, plays, articles and reviews. Nearly every publication by Purdy throughout his career is represented, although his work from 1970 to 2000 is available in its entirety within this fonds, with drafts of some earlier works residing with other archival institutions. Also includes notes for speeches, lectures and presentations. Among the photographs are images of Purdy taken by professional photographers for book covers or other promotional purposes, family photographs and documents of trips to Peru, Mexico, Greece, among other destinations. Also includes photos from poetry readings. The fonds also contains published items, such as copies of Purdy's poems, prose and reviews; clippings and reviews of his work; and general articles about the author. Other material represented in this fonds document Purdy's activities judging writing contests, book tours, conferences and his own personal life.
Purdy, Alfred Wellington
Item is a bill outlining "An Act to repeal certain parts of an Act therein mentioned, and to provide for taking a periodical Census of the Inhabitants of this Province, and for obtaining the other statistical information therein mentioned."
Victoria, Queen of Great Britain
Fonds consists of a letter written by George Woodcock.
The fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, writings, diaries, research notes, addresses and photographs. Includes papers of his father, Harold Keppel-Jones, and his wife, Eileen Mary Keppel-Jones.
Keppel-Jones, Arthur Mervyn
Fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, speeches, lectures, research notes, writings, published works, subject files, photographs and material related to organizations to which Lower belonged. Literary files from the Executors of the estate of A.R.M. Lower which include unpublished articles. Also included is an audio tape recorded in Kingston, Ont., April 13, 1971 which is a discussion of recent Canadian history, as well as Dr. Lower's views as expressed in the book Canadians in the Making. Dr. Lower also answers various questions concerning his philosophy of history as it relates to his philosophy of life.
Lower, Arthur Reginald Marsden
Fonds consists of photographs of the family of James Lester Willis Gill; and an article published by A. Zimmerman entitled, "Professor Gill's Flying Machine." Also includes audio recordings from performances in Kingston as recorded by CKWS and CFRC.
Zimmerman, Arthur Eric