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Organizations and groups

This series documents McCrory’s and Valhalla Wilderness Society interactions with various environmental organization, associations, societies and networks that the VWS cooperated with, intended to cooperate with or gathered information about. The series contains correspondence, reports, notes, agendas, meeting minutes, publications, newsletters, news releases, clippings and other material related to environment.
This series is divided into six sub-series: Canadian groups; United States groups; International groups; Government – NDP; Canada’s Future Forest Alliance; Share and hate / general groups.

Specific campaigns

This series contains material related to specific campaigns that Valhalla Wilderness Society initiated, and advocated for or against. The sub-series contains detailed development plan, environmental impact reports and assessments, environmental legislations, correspondence, publications, newsletters, presentation, data sheets, news clippings, maps, postcards, photographs and other documents.
The series is divided into seven sub-series: Valhalla Park; Kootenay Boundary Land Use; Clayoquot Sound; Taiga Rescue Network; Forest certification and stewardship; Singing forest; Jumbo Glacier Resort

Administrative records

This series contains records related to administrative operation of the Valhalla Wilderness Society and work of Colleen McCrory, including correspondence and contact lists of individuals and organizations that Valhalla cooperated with in some capacity.
This series is divided into two sub-series: Correspondence and General Records.

Publications

This sub-series contains publications created or collected by Valhalla Society and its affiliating organizations and partners.
The series is divided into four sub-series: Valhalla Newsletters; Other Publications; Reports and Clippings.

Writings

  • MsC-128-0-2
  • Series
  • [196-?]–[before 2010]; predominant 1972–1982
  • Part of Al Neil fonds

Series contains handwritten and typed manuscripts, notebooks, fragments, published writings by Al Neil, and writings and drawing by others. Series has been arranged into the following three sub-series: Original manuscripts ([196-?]–[before 2010]), Published writings ([1951]–1989), and Works of others (1965–1994).

Neil, Al

Professional records

Series consists of records generated from Neil’s work as a musician and artist. These include publicity materials, performance notes, set lists, exhibition files, grant applications, correspondence, original paintings, music scores, and essays about Al Neil.

Neil, Al

Reviews and clippings

Series includes newspaper and magazine articles and gallery publications mentioning Al Neil and his work as a musician, artist and writer.

Neil, Al

Personal records

Series consists of Al Neil’s personal papers, including employment, tax and medical records; "The Vancouver Sun" from June, 1944; photocopies of records documenting Neil’s military service; a bank statement; invoices; automobile insurance records; copies of artwork by Dory Curtis, Al Neil’s sister; newspaper clippings on the Mackenzie Cates cabin, and the curriculum vitae of Al Neil and Marguerite Neil.

Neil, Al

Photographs

Series consists of photographs documenting Al Neil’s family, wartime experiences, wedding to Marguerite Neil, cabin at Dollarton, public performances, exhibitions and artworks.

Neil, Al

Video recordings

Series contains home movies on VHS, copies of video produced for the Al Neil Project in 2005, and one video reel recording of two Al Neil performances.

Sound recordings

Series consists of sound recordings of Al Neil's group and solo performances, source tapes, and interviews.

Administrative records and photographs

Series consists of administrative records of the British Columbia Provincial Police Veterans’ Association, photographs of members at reunions and meetings, and records related to the association’s involvement in remembering the BCPP through museum exhibits and memorial plaques. Most of this material is contained in four scrapbooks of photographs, newspaper clippings, and ephemera.

Records relating to individual British Columbia Provincial Police officers

Series consists of photographs and biographical information of British Columbia Provincial Police officers on and off duty as well as in retirement, and stories of their careers. Series includes some information relating to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as many BCPP officers continued their careers with the RCMP when it took over responsibility for policing in British Columbia

Personal records

Series consists of correspondence and other records pertaining to the career, projects and interests of Anita Rau Badami. Records include her thesis and videocassettes with her interviews. Series also contains invitations to the Vancouver International Writers and Readers Festival and Adelaide Festivals

Tamarind Mem

Series consists of notebooks containing drafts and notes, unbound drafts, and one copy edited by Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill for the novel Tamarind Mem. It also includes articles, interviews and reviews from Canadian and international newspapers.

The Hero’s Walk

Series consists of notebooks containing drafts and notes, unbound drafts, and copies edited by Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill and Alfred A. Knopf for the novel The Hero’s Walk. It also includes articles, interviews and reviews from Canadian and international newspapers.

Can You Hear the Nightbird Call?

Series consists of notebooks containing drafts and notes, unbound drafts, and copies edited for the novel Can You Hear the Nightbird Call? It also includes articles, interviews and reviews from Canadian and international newspapers.

Personal records

Series consists of records relating to Marlatt's personal activities, including some works of others and responses to her writings. Records include correspondence, writings, land title documents, photographs, newspaper clippings, and brochures.

Personal and professional correspondence

Series consists of correspondence created or received by Marlatt for personal and professional purposes. The correspondence is with family, friends, and professional colleagues, as well as political authorities on a variety of issues important to Marlatt. For correspondence with publishers, see series MsC-142-0-6.

Teaching records

Series consists of records relating to Marlatt's work as an instructor of writing and literature at various institutions. Records include articles, correspondence, administrative records, posters, student evaluations, lecture notes, syllabi, and other course material.

Series has been arranged into the following eight sub-series: Administrative records (1991-2009), Creative writing course development records (1989-2007), "Mother-daughter relationships" course development records ([ca. 1993-1999]), "Four modernist women" course development records (1993-1996), "Tradition and modernity" course development records (1976-1993), Women's studies course development records (1986-1996), Sage Hill Poetry Colloquium development records (1998-2010), and General course development records (1973-2007).

Electronic records and other media

Series consists of electronic records, photographic slides, video and audio recordings, and other non-textual media created by Daphne Marlatt through her professional activities. Much of the electronic media contains correspondence and drafts of Marlatt's writings. Some records relate to Roy Kiyooka's book "Mothertalk," which Marlatt edited. One video concerns the conferral of her honourary degree from Mount Saint Vincent University.

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]).

Fiction - poetry records

Series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's works of poetry. Records include manuscripts, correspondence, and legal agreements.

Series has been arranged into the following six sub-series based on book: General drafts and related records ([ca. 1970]-2014), "This tremor love is" records ([ca. 2001]), "Winter/rice/tea strain" records (2000), "Between brush strokes" records (2007-2009), "The given" records ([ca. 1958-2008]), and "Liquidities: Vancouver poems then and now" records (2002-2013).

Fiction - drama records

Series consists of records relating to dramatic works Daphne Marlatt has written or contributed to. Records include drafts, correspondence, administrative documents, production material, advertisements and research records.

The series has been arrange into the following three sub-series based on dramatic work: "The Portside" records (2007-2011), "The Gull" records (2000-2009), and "Shadow Catch" records (2010-2011).

Non-fiction works records

Series consists of records relating to non-fiction works written by Daphne Marlatt. Records include manuscripts, newspaper clippings, and photographs.

Series has been arranged into the following three sub-series: "Readings from the labyrinth" records (1981-1998), "At the river's mouth: writing migrations" records (2008), and Reviews of other writers (1975-2002).

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]).

Correspondence with publishers

Series consists of correspondence between Daphne Marlatt and publishers of her various works. Also contains attachments and related records, including contracts, memoranda of agreements, financial documents, newspaper clippings, promotional material, manuscripts, and administrative records.

Professional activities records

Series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's professional activities, including readings, events, conferences, festivals, tours, and workshops. Records include drafts of writings, correspondence, administrative records, newspaper clippings, and photographs.

Series has been arranged into the following three sub-series: Events and reading records (1983-2013), Writer-in-residence records (1998-2007), and Workshop records ([ca. 1985-2012]).

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