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Simon Fraser University Special Collections and Rare Books Sub-series
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Collected publications

Sub-series consists of published books, chapbooks, broadsides, journals, and other published materials owned by Blaser. Many of the materials in this series were written by close friends and colleagues of Blaser and have inscriptions and signatures by the author.

Color slides

Sub-series consists of slides of Blaser and friends as well as interior and exterior images of Blaser’s house on Trafalgar Street in Vancouver, B.C. Also includes slides that were utilized by Blaser in his teachings.

Computer Programs

This sub-series contains MIDI files, performance instructions, sound samples, and synthesizer files, which are mostly computer disks.

Constituency profiles

These books were assembled to serves as directories to constituency presidents’ Party Board, Party Office staff, MLAs and Caucus Staff in Victoria. The compilation began in 1977 and over time additions were made to the directories. Some directories were made for campaigns in 1983 and 1986. The directories listed all MLAs, MLA Offices, MLA Office persons, Ministers and key staff, Party Headquarters (Party Office) staff, Constituency Boards, the Provincial Party Executives (Party Board) and Women’s Auxiliary (WA and the Board of the BC Young Socreds. Initially, one binder was issued with regular updates provided about twice yearly, copies of which were provided to the well-established members. Internally, the party referred to these books as “The Bible” and to the original and updated versions respectively as “Old Testament” and “New Testament”.

Convention and meeting minutes, photographs, and other records

Sub-series contains programs, notes, minutes, photographs, and other material from the Canadian Farmworkers Union’s annual conventions. Also included are records from Farm Workers’ Organizing Committee and Canadian Farmworkers Union public meetings, including photographs, speaking notes, and flyers; publicity records from CFU information meetings held by support committees across Canada; minutes and planning notes from CFU staff retreats; and programs and photographs from external meetings and conventions attended by CFU members, including those of the United Farm Workers of America, the BC Federation of Labour, the Canadian Labour Congress, the Manitoba Farm Workers Association, and the Indian People’s Association in North America.


This sub-series consists of the USCC annual convention delegate package records that include conventions agendas, procedures, meeting minutes, memorandums, correspondence, reports, trustee reports, participant lists, financial statements, annual reports and report from other Doukhobor organizations relating to schools, choirs, women’ clubs, youth organizations, Iskra publication, etc. These records are rare as convention packages were strictly issued in small numbers for the use of delegates only. Records are mostly in English and some in Russian.


File consists of correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, between members of the Kiss and Tell artist collective and others. Correspondence relates primarily to the “Drawing the Line” exhibition in Sidney, Australia, the publication of the book “Drawing the Line: Lesbian Sexual Politics on the Wall,” and responses to the show and book.


This series consists of the correspondence received and send on behalf of the CCUB by its executive members including: I. Konkin, K. Ribin T. Slaykin, S. Vereshagin, M. P. Glukhov, P. Birukoff, S. V. Kuchin, I. P. Shukin, V. P. Ribin, G. V. Vereshagin, P. G. Aniutushkin, M. W. Cazakoff, I. I. Ivin and V. Makhoni, T. S. Samorodin, V. A. Sukharev [Soukoreff], N. M. Plotnikoff, Cecil Koochin and others. Some correspondence was an exchange between the mentioned members and some was sent out to various governmental agencies in Canada and other organizations. The correspondence relates to the matters of Doukhobor communities in B.C. and Saskatchewan and operations of the CCUB. In specific, some documents relate to financial issues, farming, Doukhobors attitudes toward military service and legal matters. Some letters refer to P. P. Verigin (Chistiakov and some addressed to him. Most documents are mimeographed, except for a few handwritten ones. Many documents are originals and there are also some photocopies of documents. The majority of the documents are in Russian and a few in English.


Sub-series documents general correspondence and submissions received by "filling Station" magazine in the 1990s.


Sub-series consists of general internal correspondence as well as correspondence between the Canadian Farmworkers Union and media, other unions, and members.


This sub-series consists of correspondence of the Sons of Freedom as well as correspondence of other Doukhobor organizations, such as the CCUB, the USCC, the CCBRD and individuals of the Doukhobor community that relate to the Sons of Freedom activities and beliefs.


Sub-series contains correspondence relating to Delgado's writing activities, including the publication of books and articles. Also contains some correspondence relating to projects Delgado participated in, such as the Sutro Heights Park and USS Mississinewa projects.


This sub-series contains general correspondence with various groups and individuals as well as accompanying records. The sub-series includes correspondence with various international environmental groups.

Correspondence from P.P. Verigin

This sub-series consists of the personal and Doukhobor community matters correspondence of P. V. Verigin sent to various members of the CCUB, including: A. Katelnikov, I. Shukin, V. Makhonin, N. Kotelnikov, V. Ribin, V. Makhonin, N. Kotelnikov, I. Kutniakov, V. Sukharev, I Tregubov ,Ivan Zebrov, Ivan Rylkoff, Ivan Kanigin, Ivan Dubasov and Mikhail Kazakoff, Leaders of CCUB and Youth Union. Some of the correspondence reflect Verigin’s plan for economic restructuring of the CCUB. All correspondence in this sub-series is mimeographed, except for one hand-written letter. Some of the records are original mimeographs, some are photocopies. Some mimeographs are signed only by P.P. Verigin while others were transcribed from originals by others. Transcriber is not always indicated. All records are in Russian.

Correspondence of Ina McCready Blaser

Sub-series consists of correspondence of Blaser’s mother, Ina (née McCready) Blaser, including handwritten correspondence from family and friends in addition to sympathy cards from her husband, Robert Blaser’s, death.

Correspondence of Jack Spicer

Sub-series consists of correspondence of poet Jack Spicer who was a close friend of Blaser. Records include handwritten and typed correspondence to and from Jack Spicer.

Correspondence of Jess Collins

Sub-series consists of correspondence of artist Jess Collins who was a close friend of Blaser. Records include handwritten and typed correspondence from Jess to a friend and to a publication.

Correspondence of Stan Persky

Sub-series consists of correspondence of writer Stan Persky, who was a close friend of Blaser. Records include handwritten and typed correspondence.

Correspondence to P.P. Verigin

This sub-series consists of the correspondence sent to P. V. Verigin by various members of the CCUB, including: M. Streliaev, I. Shukin, V. Ribin, P. Biriukov, V. Bonch-Bruevich, I. Tregubov, I. Gorbunov-Posadov, G. Rezendort. Some letters refer to the planned arrival of Peter P. Verigin in Canada, others to matters of the Doukhobor leadership. Also, includes correspondence from War Resisters International. All correspondence in this sub-series is mimeographed; some records are originals and some are photocopies. All records are in Russian.

Correspondence with agents

This sub-series contains incoming and outgoing correspondence between June Skinner and agents; both literary agents and her Hollywood agent. Content mostly relates to June's attempts at getting novels published, rejection notices, and details about her books that were being published.

Skinner, June Margaret

Correspondence with Al Hart

Sub-series contains incoming and outgoing correspondence between Skinner and Al Hart. Hart was first Skinner's editor at various publishers and later he was her literary agent.

Skinner, June Margaret

Course records

Sub-series consists of records relating to specific courses taught by Wah. Records are primarily related to his work at the University of Calgary, though one file contains records relating to a course given at the University of Regina. Records include course syllabi and assignments, course readings, enrolment records, and student work.

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