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Stephan Sorokin correspondence and documents

This sub-series consists various documents that specifically refer to Stephan Sorokin as individual and/or as a leader of the Doukhobors and the CCBRD, or were written by Sorokin. Most of the documents in this sub-series consists of correspondence and writings. Sorokin's letters were addressed to community or to individuals and were written in BC, Los Angeles and Montevideo. Many documents are focused on Sorokin's involvement in the activities an beliefs of the Sons of Freedom.

Selkrik College

This sub-series consists of the records relating to Eli Popoff’s seminar series on the Doukhobor history, customs and beliefs at the Selkirk College in Castlegar, B.C. The records consist of original unpublished material written by Popoff.
The sub-series contains presentation notes, lectures material, correspondence, registration details and other related material.

Correspondence from friends

Sub-series consists of correspondence received by Messenger from friends, including friends that Messenger met while attending university and at work.

Reference files

Subseries consists of various files relating to organizations, such as the Chinese Medical Association; subjects of interest, such as aphasia; or publications, such as the Shanghai Medical Journal.

Biographical material

Subseries consists of records arising from Smythe's compilation of his autobiography. Included is Smythe's curriculum vitae, correspondence with colleague Thomas Guback and others, drafts of two chapters of the autobiography, and newspaper clippings and articles regarding Smythe.

Unpublished

Sub-series consists of drafts and manuscripts of novels, short stories, plays, and poems written by June Skinner. Material is typed and handwritten. Some writings had no identifiable title or date.

Skinner, June Margaret

Publications and presentations

Subseries consists of records arising from publications and presentations produced by Dallas Smythe. Series includes his Ph.D. dissertation, journal articles, studies, speeches, prepared testimony, and other materials. Materials relate to television content analysis, satellite broadcasting and other communications technology, the effects of mass media on society, the peace movement, and other topics researched and studied by Smythe.

Committee and general meeting minutes and related records

Sub-series consists of records relating to meetings and activities of the Glengarry Camp and its Entertainment and Executive Committees, including joint meetings held with Montrose Camp. Includes minutes and related papers and notations, as well as lists of members, officers, and visitors. Records include minutes and minute books; record books and note books; bylaws; correspondence; and financial statements and reports.

Subject files

Subseries consists of records arising from Smythe's personal interests and activities. Subseries includes lectures by Smythe and his colleague Tran Van Dinh (on audiocassette); interviews with Smythe (on video cassette); correspondence and reports regarding Smythe's FBI file and the Dies Committee on Subversive Activities (the House Committee on Un-American Activities); drafts and correspondence arising from proposed radio and movie projects developed by Smythe; correspondence regarding a festschrift of his work; and records relating to his anti-war activities.

Office Files

Subseries consists of office records maintained by Smythe during his employment at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Series includes correspondence, exhibits presented to the Commission, written testimony, and some records received from the Board of War Communications.

Textual records

This sub-series is comprised of material relating to Ajaib’s wartime service, including technical manuals, a log book, and ephemera.

Photograph negatives

Sub-series consists of photograph negatives of images of Blaser, Blaser’s family, friends, and colleagues. Photograph negatives belonging to James Felts are included in the series.

Administrative records

This sub-series consists of the administrative records that relate to the operation of the USCC as organization. It includes the Executive Committee and Board of Trustees meeting minutes (protocols), agendas, correspondence, financial records, circular letters, land related material, USCC newsletters, records related to the membership and records relating to the USCC relations with other Doukhobor organizations.

Biographical material

Sub-series consists of Iris Garland’s personal records of a biographical nature primarily documented through letters and family photographs, and in part through publicity materials featuring her contributions to dance at SFU and beyond, as well as her celebration of life. Records include photographs, correspondence, copies of clippings, and other materials.

Poems

Sub-series consists of handwritten, typed, and photocopied poems written by Blaser.

Income tax

Sub-series consists of income tax return forms, tax assessments from National Revenue Service, lists of expenses and receipts for Skinner's writing career, and correspondence from Skinner's accountant and the National Revenue Service.

Skinner, June Margaret

Financial records

Sub-series consists of financial records of the Glengarry Camp. Records include cash books, including a cash book for the Glengarry Social Club and a cash book relating to the Canadian Scottish Women's Corps; a Treasurer's book; membership dues accounts; and other financial statements.

Premier of British Columbia

Subseries consists of photographs arising from Bennett's activities as Premier of British Columbia. Series includes photographs and negatives. Materials relate to sessions of the British Columbia legislature and other governmental meetings, official ceremonies of the government, government development projects, and protests against government policies.

Textual records

This sub-series contains letters to and about both Ajaib and Nirmal, as well as other individuals (presumably extended family members). Also included are some memorabilia items and ephemera that illustrate how Ajaib and Nirmal enjoyed their free time (concerts, theatre shows, trips, etc.).

Faculty employment

Subseries consists of Smythe's personal records arising from his employment as a faculty member at the University of Illinois; the Regina campus of the University of Saskatchewan; the University of California, San Diego; Simon Fraser University; and Temple University. Subseries includes correspondence, contracts, reports, legal records, and other materials. Materials relate to sabbatical leaves, Smythe's lawsuit against Simon Fraser University regarding research leave, and allegations of un-American activities delaying Smythe's appointment at the University of Illinois.

Newsletters, correspondence, reports and other records

Sub-series consists of newsletters, correspondence, reports and other records documenting the Glengarry Camp's and, to a lesser degree, the Montrose Camp's activities, histories and traditions. Activities, events and topics documented include general Camp activities and special events; Glengarry Camp membership (1943-1946) and the names of past Chiefs for both camps; relations with other camps; and instructions for Marshall Openings. Includes a history of the Glengarry Camp for the period 1937 to 1957; Recording Secretary reports of Glengarry Camp activities, 1943 to 1968; a "Five Year History" of joint meetings with Montrose Camp, 1975 to 1980; Glengarry Camp newsletters (1968-1970); and joint Glengarry and Montrose Camp newsletters (circa 1980-1981). Also included are District No. 16 Committee by-laws (1971) and some newsletters of United Scottish Societies Auditorium Ltd. (1974-1981), a Vancouver company that the Glengarry Camp had shares in. Records include record books; reports, newletters, and correspondence; lists; by-laws; and balance sheets.

Publications

Subseries consists of publications written or co-authored by Smythe in his position as chief economist at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Publications include reports, surveys, trend forecasts, studies, and statistics on the topics of radio and telegraph communications, television, and other communications industries.

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