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Simon Fraser University Special Collections and Rare Books Series
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Assembled books

This series contains assembled books containing various documents and created to organize records in chronological manner and assembled books created as manuals for specific functional purposes, such like educating candidates, party officials and volunteers on the Social Credit Party policies and campaigning strategies. These records provide insight into BC Social Credit Party history, organizational structure and membership, evolving priorities and campaigning.

This series is organized into eight sub-series: 1. Year books; 2. Clippings, ephemera books; 3. Campaign manuals; 4. Constituency profiles; 5. Policy information books; 6. Press information books; 7. Know your series; 8. Reports; 8. Green book.

Audio and video recordings

Series contains audio and audio-visual recordings featuring Adeena Karasick, including interviews, poetry readings and performances, academic pechakuchas, videopoems, and digital photographs.

Audio recordings

Series consists of audio cassettes, primarily of interviews with James Delgado or of interviews conducted by him. Some tapes relate to shipwreck dives and other projects he has worked on.

Audio recordings

Series consists of audio recordings made by Duke including personal musical compilations, family voice recordings, interviews with Duke and various production themes.

Audio -visual records

This series contains video recording and sound recordings related to Doukhobor culture, art and singing in Canada, Georgia and Russia.

Audio/visual materials

Series consists of VHS, DVDs, Betacam, Umatic and reel-to-reel recordings of audio-visual materials related to IMAG's training programs and film festivals.The series is divided into three subseries: Submissions to film festivals, commercials and other promotional films for the film festivals, and student work or other recordings produced as part of a training program.

Audio-visual records

This series consists of audio-visual recordings of performances of Krestova Youth Choir during the EXPO 1986 as well as audio recordings of singing and Sorokin’s speeches during his visit to the Doukhobor villages in British Columbia in 1954.

Audio-visual records

This series contains audio and video recordings of provincial and party leadership campaign events. The recordings contain speeches, addresses, presentations, recordings of convention activities, campaign tutorials, newscasts, and campaign songs.
This series is divided into two sub-series: 1. Audio recordings; 2. Video recordings.

Author correspondence

Series consists of correspondence between the publisher and various authors regarding current and future projects, editorial discussions and decisions, revisions, biographical information, book tour information, financial estimates and payments, and press coverage. Records include: correspondence, invoices, orders, receipts, notes, contracts, trade publications, photographs and newspaper clippings.

For related materials, see also: Series 5: Editorial correspondence and related records and Series 8: Royalties and related correspondence

Awards and grants records

Series contains records relating to honours Daphne Marlatt has received, grants she has applied for, recommendations she has written for others, and literary competitions she has judged. Records include correspondence, brochures, advertisements, programs, and photographs.

Series has been arranged into the following three sub-series: Awards and honours ([ca. 2002-2012]), Letters of recommendation and competition records ([ca. 1984]-2012), Grant applications ([ca. 1965-2006]).

Awards and honours records

Series consists of correspondence, certificates, and promotional material relating to various awards and honours received by Peter Trower. Includes records relating to Trower’s receipt of a BC 2000 Book Award, the BC Gas Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002 and the Canadian Author’s Association Jack Chalmers Poetry Award in 2005. Series also includes records relating to his third place finish for the BC Book Prizes Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize in 2001 and his nomination for a 2003 ReLit Award in the poetry category.

Awards, events and reviews

This series was originally titled "Miscellaneous records". The title was changed and the contents slightly rearranged for better intellectual access. It consists of photocopies of Eden Robinson's university degress, as well as awards, prize information, publicity and newspaper clippings of reviews.

Background research records

Series consists of records pertaining to Daphne Marlatt’s research for professional projects, including those created for her oral history project with Carole Itter, entitled "Opening doors - in Vancouver's East End: Strathcona", as well as for her general writing and teaching work. Records include oral history transcripts, photographs, transparencies, articles, and other research records.

Series has been arranged into the following two sub-series: “Opening doors - in Vancouver's East End: Strathcona" records (1972-1988) and Research records for teaching and writing ([ca. 1965-2000]).

Banff Television Festival

Series consists mainly of textual material pertaining to Duke's involvement with the Banff Television Festival. This series includes business correspondence, personal notes and information regarding Duke's contributions to adjudications and presentations within the organization.

BC Book Prizes 2006

The materials in this series consist of media clippings, programs, pamphlets, bookmarks and promotional posters.

BC Book Prizes

BC Book Prizes 2007

The records in this series consist of media clippings, programs, a photograph, pamphlets, bookmarks and promotional posters.

BC Book Prizes

BC Book Prizes 2008

The materials in this series consist of media clippings, photographs, programs, pamphlets, bookmarks and promotional posters.

BC Book Prizes

BC Book Prizes 2009

The materials in this series consist of media clippings, programs, pamphlets, bookmarks and promotional posters.

BC Book Prizes

B.C. Lions and Canadian Football League material

This series is comprised of material collected by Ajaib reflecting his deep interest and involvement with Canadian professional football and, in particular, the BC Lions. Ajaib was one of the original 100 investors for the team in 1953 and became a lifelong season ticket holder.
The series is divided into 2 sub-series: Photographs and Textual records.

Biographical information

Series consists of photographs, curriculum vitae, publication lists, clippings, photocopies, reviews of works, grant applications, transcripts, biographies, certificates, awards, and interviews. Includes correspondence.

Biographical material

Series consists of biographical materials compiled in 2013, including a bibliography of Bringhurst's publications, and a timeline outlining major life events and works.

Book and magazine project files

Series consists of project files for books and magazines originated or purchased by Nunaga Publishing or Antonson Publishing. Records include publicity clippings, correspondence, notes, publications, graphic material, manuscripts and photographs. Series is divided into two sub-series: Published by Nunaga/Antonson (1970-1980) and Distributed by Nunaga/Antonson (1975-1978).

Book reviews and announcements

Series consists of various published reviews, catalogues and announcements related to Mootoo’s artistic and literary works, collected and maintained by the author.

Book reviews and related records

Series consists of correspondence related to the marketing, reviews and sales of New Star publications. The majority of the series are news clippings of various book reviews. Records include: correspondence, photocopies of articles, newspaper clippings and cartoons, and trade publications.


Series consists of original bookmarks produced by Duthie Books. Bookmarks were designed and printed by artists and printmakers like Takao Tanabe, Chris Bergthorson, Hugh Michaelson, Reinhard Derreth and Barbarian Press, among others. The company published approximately nine million bookmarks between 1957 and 1999. A selection of bookmarks have been reproduced in “Duthie’s Bookmarks: 50 years of Bookmarks for Duthie’s Books,” published in 2008 by the Alcuin Society.


Series consists of a list of books that were donated as part of the IMAG fonds. These books have been catalogued and are stored according to their call numbers.

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