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Yvonne Klan records

Series consists of material relating to Peter Trower’s partner Yvonne Klan and her writing endeavours. Includes a published article written by Klan, a review of her book "The Old Red Shirt" and a draft of Trower’s introduction to the book, as well as another article and several tributes to Klan written after her death in 2004.

Written works records

Series consists of written works by Billy and related materials. Records include drafts, notes, handmade magnets, event posters, newsletters that feature Billy’s work, Billy’s column in The Squamish Chief newspaper and two cassette tapes with speeches.

Written works by Blaser

Series consists of written works by Blaser. Material includes drafts, unpublished and published poetry, essays, opera librettos, music lyrics, book manuscripts, journals and notes, speeches, grant applications, and promotional comments. The series is divided into the following six sub-series: Poems; Essays; Book manuscripts; The Last Supper opera libretto draft, revisions and final text; Published works; and General works.

Writings, speeches

This series consists of writings authored or co-authored by J. J. Verigin and his conversations and speeches recorded by others.

Writings, articles by others

This series consists of printed articles, writings, song texts, news articles reproductions, essays, letters, lists of publications, newspapers clippings all written by others and collected by Efanov. The subject matter of these records focuses on Doukhobor issues with the British Columbia government, Doukhobor’s protests, Doukhobor’s ways of life and beliefs and the Sons of Freedom. In some cases, authorship of the documents is unclear, but some of known authors include: I. Sysoev, J.E. Podovinikoff, Russell M. Verigin, Jack Sawatsky and Ray Herbert, G. Khadyin, I. Konkin, S. Sorokin, R. E. Morgan, W. Carson. Most documents are printed in English with a few exception in Russian.

Writings: articles, journals, pamphlets

Series consists of Gambone's published periodical articles and pamphlets. The series contains a run of issues of Any Time Now, a magazine Gambone published with Dick Martin (1990-1992, 1998-2007); copies of journal issues containing Gambone's articles, including Anarchy: A Journal of Armed Desire (Berkeley, CA), Discussion Bulletin (Grand Rapids, MI), Freedom (UK), Workers' Democracy (St. Louis, MO); and Polish translations of two of Gambone's essays published by Nakladatelskí Solidarita.

Writings and related records

Series consists of works written by Wah as well as other types of records relating to Wah's writing. It contains writing drafts, manuscript pages, and published works of Wah's, as well as related records such as notes, correspondence, research records, and reviews of Wah’s works written by others.

The records in this series have been arranged into the following three sub-series: Diamond grill records, Faking it records, and General records.

Writings and related records

File consists of records related to the writing and editorial activities of Gladys Maria Hindmarch. The majority of the records document work on Hindmarch's 1988 book "The Watery Part of the World," with a smaller number of records relating to her other books and her works of short prose. Series also includes records relating to her editorial work for a proposed women's magazine. Records include drafts, manuscripts, notes, correspondence, and research records.

Series has been divided into the following two sub-series: "The watery part of the world records" (1964-1988) and "General writings and related records" (1960-1991).

Writings and personal records

This series consists of personal financial records including bank and pension documents, correspondence and various financial statements. In addition, this series contains Legebokoff’s writings, notes, articles, Iskra clippings, translations, presentations, interviews and other related records and correspondence.
Many records relate to the Doukhobor beliefs and customs.

Writings and correspondence

This series consists primarily of Ruth’s correspondence regarding certain dance pieces, her personal notes and writings, or articles she authored for publication.

Writings about P.V. Verigin

This series consist of letters, writings and notes about P. V. Verigin’s life and work by various individuals and organizations, such as CCUB that interacted with him closely. Many of the documents refer to and were written after the death of Verigin in 1924. The file includes articles about Verigin’s return from exile in Siberia by A.V. Efanov and “P. V. Verigin and Molokan” by A. P. Kariakin. Series also includes Anastasia Hoboloff’s account of her dream about P. V. Verigin. Other documents are by I. Konkin, V.S.L., Larion Straukov, Ivan Okunov, S. Vereshagin, I. Tregubov. Some documents do not indicate authors. Documents are mostly in Russian.

Writings

Series consists of records generated from Beaulieu’s work as an author, editor, academic and teacher. Records include research, correspondence, contracts, proofs at various stages of production, drafts, transcriptions and publications. Series is arranged into the following sub-series: Poetry and book files (1996–2014); Article files (1998–[before 2015]); Academic research and writings (1991–2014); Writings by students (2008–2015); Writings by others (2005–2013) and Handmade books ([before 2009]).

Writings

  • MsC-128-0-2
  • Series
  • [196-?]–[before 2010]; predominant 1972–1982
  • Part of Al Neil fonds

Series contains handwritten and typed manuscripts, notebooks, fragments, published writings by Al Neil, and writings and drawing by others. Series has been arranged into the following three sub-series: Original manuscripts ([196-?]–[before 2010]), Published writings ([1951]–1989), and Works of others (1965–1994).

Neil, Al

Writings

This series consists of unpublished writings of members of the Doukhobor community, book drafts, historical and prison accounts, statements, speeches, essays and research notes.

Writings

This series contains textual materials that Martin Bartlett wrote during the course of his career. Some are academic texts on composition and the use of electronics or tuning systems. Others are published works from yachting magazines, others are musings on the nature of art, beauty, and nature. There is also some information from grant applications and concert programs.

Writings

This series consists of the various writings by Eli Popoff and other authors some of which may not have been published. The series consists of articles, essays, interview transcripts, notes, song texts, speeches, and other records that related to the Doukhobor history and culture.
Series 1 is divided into two sub-series: 1: Popoff’s writings; 2: Writings of others

Writings

This series consists of various writings of Stephan Sorokin, including essays, notes, and a draft of his book written under the pseudonym Pantes Kiroson and titled: Three days and three nights of life beyond the grave. This series also includes Sorokin’s spiritual messages to the Reformed Doukhobor and the Sons of Freedom.

Writings

This series consists of the Doukhobor writings in various formats including: journals, dairies, notebooks, manuscripts, addresses to the community, notes, narratives, philosophical writings, song texts, letters, speeches, articles, newspaper clippings, excerpts and other types. These records reveal Doukhobor personal experiences as immigrants, their views on politics, religion and ideology, and their way of life. Some of these accounts are written by identified individual members of the Doukhobor community and many are anonymous.

Writings

This series contains writings by Koozma J. Tarasoff related to Doukhobor culture, history and ethnicity and peace ideology in light of their settlement in Canada. This series also contains writings of others related to similar themes.

Writing records

Series consists of records relating to the writing and editing activities of James Delgado throughout his professional career. It includes correspondence with publishers, editors, co-authors, and other stakeholders regarding the publication of books and articles, reports written for university assignments and for his employers, writings drafts, articles, book covers, and research records. Series also includes publicity records and reviews of Delgado's books.

The series has been arranged into the following six sub-series: Books and publication records ([197-]-2011), Reports (1977-1992), Correspondence (1980-2008), Article drafts ([before 1990?]-2001), Published articles (1979-2004), and Publicity records and reviews (1991-2006).

Writing records

Series consists of correspondence, notes, contracts, newspaper clippings and other records accumulated by Doris French Shackleton in her career as a broadcaster, journalist and freelance writer. Series has been arranged into the following four sub-series: Journalism and broadcasting records (1960-2000); Non-fiction works records (1943-1999); Fiction and poetry records (1963-2001); and General writing records ([194-]-1993).

Shackleton, Doris French

Writing by Others

Series consists of written works by other authors. Material includes drafts and typescripts/manuscripts of poems, thesis chapters, book chapters, reviews of Thesen's work, magazines, as well as newpaper and magazine clippings. This series is divided into the following two sub-series: Typescripts and Reviews, Interviews & Articles.

Writing and teaching projects

Series consists of records relating to many different writing projects in which Braid was involved, including Poetry in Transit, Poetry Train, Prosody group, Sex Death and Madness writing group, League of Canadian poets, The Fish Come in Dancing, CBC Ideas, Victoria School of Writing, and the Vancouver Industrial Writers Union, among other projects.

Writing

Series contains material relating to Culley's poetry, books, and essays. Includes handwritten, typed, and word-processed notes and drafts of works; some annotated; page proofs and other materials relating to the creation and publication process of Culley's works; published work; recordings of talks given; and includes correspondence. The series has been divided into several sub-series, which were created based on form. The subseries are: Notebooks; Notes and drafts; Typescripts and page proofs; Talks; and Publications.

Writing

Some files may contain personal or confidential information. Files marked "pending review" must be reviewed by an archivist prior to release and, as a result of the review, access restrictions may apply. Please see the file lists and consult the reference archivist for more details.

Writing

Series contains material relating to Karasick’s works of poetry. Includes handwritten and word-processed notes and drafts of works, some annotated; page proofs and other materials relating to the research, creation and publication process of Karasick’s works; published work; photographs; notebooks and some correspondence. The series is divided into several subseries, based on title. Notebooks form a separate subseries.

Writing

Series contains material relating to Robertson's poetry, books, chapbooks, essays, columns, interviews and reviews. Includes handwritten, typed, and word-processed notes and drafts of works; some annotated; page proofs and other materials relating to the creation and publication process of Robertson's works; published work; recordings of talks given; and includes correspondence. The series has been divided into several sub-series, which were created based on form. The subseries are: Notebooks; Notes and drafts; Typescripts and page proofs; Edits; Collaborations; Talks; Publications; Reviews and interviews.

Writing

Series consists of written works by Thesen. Materials include cassette tapes, handwritten notes, drafts, unpublished works, typescripts/manuscripts of poetry, prose, articles, reviews, cassette tapes, interviews, book cover proofs, notebooks, and other materials. The series is divided into the following three sub-series: Drafts, Edits & Typescripts, Reviews & Interviews and Awards: Judging and Nominations.

Workshop and course records

Series consists of records related to the operation of both athletic and recreation workshops and courses. Activities and topics documented include sports clinics; the establishment of a coaching specialist program; government fitness and training centres; the Task Force on Active Health Sciences and Leisure Studies; general education activity classes; the establishment of athletic credit courses; and sports camps and summer programs. Predominant document types include correspondence, clinic notes and handouts, reports, program postings, financial statements and recommendations, program rationales, course proposal forms, and course descriptions.

Works of others

Series consists of records accumulated by Gladys Maria Hindmarch, created by or related to other people or organizations, primarily friends and fellow writers. Files in this series are predominantly made up of works of other writers, with a small number of records about those writers also included in some files. Record types include writing drafts and published works.

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