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[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes greeting cards, handwritten letters, print-outs of e-mails, and postcards. Correspondence is from Krawczyk’s family members and others from North America and Europe.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. Included in the file are: postcards, typed correspondence, handwritten correspondence, letters from children, and photocopies of correspondence. The majority of the correspondence comes from Europe and Canada.

[Incoming correspondence]

File contains correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. Included in the file are: typed correspondence, Earth Liberation Prisoner Newsletter, greeting cards, handwritten letters of correspondence, postcards, a petition to the Prime Minister of Canada, print-outs of e-mails, and an excerpt from Ascent Magazine. Correspondence originates from North America and Europe.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes: postcards, greeting cards, typed letters of correspondence, handwritten letters of correspondence, envelopes, deposit slips, and photocopies of newspaper clippings. Correspondence originates from Krawczyk’s family and other individuals in British Columbia.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk while she was in prison. File contains: postcards, greeting cards, envelopes, handwritten letters, and photocopies of newspaper clippings. Some of the greeting cards are decorated with drawings from the senders.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File contains handwritten letters of correspondence, newspaper clippings and photocopies of newspaper clippings, envelopes, a photocopy of the Canadian Bill of Rights, a Fernwood Publishing newsletter, and a postcard. Some of the correspondence is from Krawczyk’s children

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File contains: greeting cards, handwritten and typed letters, an Econews newsletter, newspaper comics, and poetry. Some of the correspondence originates from Krawczyk’s family members and friends.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File contains typed letters, greeting cards, two drawings made by children, and printed e-mails.

[Incoming correspondence]

File contains correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes handwritten letters, envelopes, greeting cards, photocopies of newspaper articles, postcards, Valentine’s Day cards, printed e-mails, sheet music, and photocopies of a book chapter. There is also a handwritten letter addressed to Madam Justice Brown. File consists of correspondence Krawczyk received while at the Alouette Correctional Centre for Women.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes a statement for the Supreme Court of British Columbia, handwritten letters, greeting cards, and envelopes. File consists of correspondence Krawczyk received while at the Alouette Correctional Centre for Women.

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File contains greeting cards, handwritten and typed letters, envelopes, flyers, and a 2007 calendar. Some of the records are from Krawczyk’s family members.

[Outgoing correspondence]

File contains copies of letters Betty Krawczyk wrote to people and organizations. File includes a synopsis for one of Betty’s publications, correspondence concerning publications, and three letters to various editors in North America.

[Outgoing correspondence]

File consists of letters written by Betty Krawczyk to various individuals, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, community activism groups, and media organizations. File contains typed and handwritten correspondence, envelopes, prison request forms, notes, and a greeting card.

[Outgoing correspondence]

File consists of letters of correspondence written by Betty Krawczyk to the Telus Support Team, the Supreme Court Justices of British Columbia, and an unknown community activism group.

[Outgoing correspondence]

File consists of letters written by Betty Krawczyk to unknown individuals. One letter provides an account of her involvement in Women in the Woods while the other notes her desire to publish stories.

Miscelleous

File contains incoming correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File includes envelopes, handwritten and typed letters, post-it notes, greeting cards, a pay record, flyers, and pages from a calendar. The file also contains a document handwritten by Krawczyk that documents her time in prison.

Answered

File consists of Betty Krawczyk’s incoming correspondence. File contains greeting cards, typed letters, envelopes, photocopies of newspaper clippings, and newspaper clippings.

#12 Damian

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk and Madam Justice Brown. File includes a protest sticker, typed letters, printed e-mails, a biographical sketch of Rebecca Hall, resumes, greeting cards, envelopes, flyers, an excerpt from the journal "Geoscience Canada," "Victoria Street Newz" newsletter, and an award for Misbehaving Woman of the Year.

Letters

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. File contains typed letters, envelopes, flyers, printed e-mails, greeting cards, change of address forms, a wedding invitation, handwritten notes on medical condition, business cards, newspaper clippings, and photocopies of newspaper clippings.

Orca Publishing

File consists of one letter of correspondence between Betty and Susan Adamson, who worked for Orca Book Publishing.

[Online correspondence]

File consists of printed online correspondence. File includes lists of people’s names, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, postal address, and a short biography. A laminated ReMax advertisement for a home in Comox Valley is also included in the file.

[Prison correspondence]

File consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence for Betty Krawczyk. Included are typed notes regarding life in prison by Kathy Grimsson and handwritten and typed incoming correspondence. Krawczyk’s outgoing correspondence includes a report she wrote titled “About the Elaho” and a typed letter.

[Notes]

File consists of handwritten notes and PowerPoint slides on self-mutilation, self-harm, and Aboriginal women’s studies. There are also print-outs of the following online documents: “HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C in Prisons: The Facts”; “High-Risk Behaviours Behind Bars”; “Aboriginal Prisoners and HIV/AIDS”; and “Third Annual Women of the Earth Awards in Canada.”

[Outlines, notes and pamphlet]

File consists of handwritten notes, a pamphlet on the Institute of Indigenous Government, an outline for “Introduction to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Course,” and a flyer for Aboriginal Women’s Studies at the Institute of Indigenous Government (IIG).

[Certificates]

File consists of three certificates awarded to Betty Krawczyk by the Institute of Indigenous Government (IIG). The following items are included: a Module 1 Certificate in Aboriginal Women’s Studies, a Module 3 Certificate in Aboriginal Women’s Studies, and a Module 4 Certificate in Aboriginal Women’s Studies.

[Newspaper clippings]

File consists of newspaper clippings related to the protection of Canadian forests, and specifically Betty Krawczyk’s court case and time spent in the Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women. Included are excerpts from "Wilderness Committee Educational Report," "The Province," "The Record," "Times Colonist," and "Guardian Society."

[Newspaper clippings]

File consists of newspaper clippings of feature articles and letters to the editor related to medical and environmental issues. The file contains excerpts from "The Vancouver Sun," "The Province," and "Monday Magazine." The file also contains post-it notes and a comic from "The Far Side."

[Newspaper clippings]

File consists of newspaper clippings of feature articles regarding environmental and social news, such as forest fires, logging, Betty Krawczyk’s arrest, policing, and the creation of a centre for youth on the streets. The file also includes entertainment news and crossword puzzles. Excerpts are included from "The Province" and "The Gazette." There is also a flyer from the BCCW Library.

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