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Association of Canadian Publishers fonds
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Foreign fairs

Subseries consists of records relating to ACP and Canadian publishers attendance and book displays at major international book fairs such as London, Frankfurt and Bologna. Included are correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, lists, notes, clippings, business cards, brochures, programs, floor plans and photographs.

Fulfillment Working Group papers

Subseries consists of records of the Fulfillment Working Group. Chaired by James Lorimer, the group researched the viability of organizing a co-operative publishers warehouse. The group commissioned studies from Rien Hennephof and Haskin and Sells and drew up a proposal which was never implemented. Included are correspondence, papers, surveys, and proposals.


Subseries consists of records relating to the IPA/ACP work with Statistics Canada to improve and refine the federal governments' annual statistics on the book publishing industry. Included are a draft and final versions of the survey questionnaires, survey booklets, draft reports, statistical tables, correspondence and clippings.

Book Publishing and Public Policy Conference

Subseries consists of records of the Book Publishing and Public Policy Conference, held in Ottawa in April, 1981, which was sponsored jointly by the ACP and the Writer's Union of Canada. Included are correspondence, minutes and papers of the organizing committee, mailing and registration lists, invitations, programs, photographs, speeches and briefs from the conference's keynote speakers (Francis Fox, Margaret Atwood, Bryan Sims, Roy MacSkimming, James Lorimer and Patsy Aldana), and notes and proceedings from the conference panels.

Professional development

Subseries consists of records relating to professional development. Included are minutes and papers of the Professional Development Committee (1977-79), correspondence, reports, transcripts, programs, brochures and catalogues relating to professional development seminars organized by the ACP and other organizations. The seminars covered financial, technical, legal and marketing aspects of book publishing. Funding assistance was provided by the Secretary of State.

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