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Chronological correspondence

Sub-series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence between Blaser and family, friends, and colleagues. Material includes handwritten and typed correspondence, as well as facsimile correspondence. Additional material includes newspaper clippings, poems, personal papers, and other textual material sent to Blaser.

Beer bottles

Sub-series consists of Smith's collection of beer bottles from British Columbia breweries. Items are organized by brewery, with files created for each brewery, arranged alphabetically. No attempt has been made to date individual bottles. The bulk are from breweries belonging to the craft beer movement and were established in the period from 1982 to the 2010s. There are a number of bottles from early BC craft breweries, including a bottle of Bay Ale by BC's first craft brewery, the Horseshoe Bay Brewing Company (file 13). The sub-series also includes several bottles from older BC breweries that predate the craft beer movement, including the Columbia Brewing Company (file 10), the Pacific Western Brewing Company (file 22), Uncle Ben's Tartan Brewery (file 35) and Vancouver Breweries Ltd. (file 36). The oldest of these is estimated to date to ca. 1950s.

Poetry, prose, and photography

Sub-series consists of poetry, prose, and photography created by Hari Sharma. Includes correspondence, drawing books, sketches, lists of exhibits, translations, publications, essays, publicity, applications, photographic prints, reviews, and publications in which his works appeared.

Organization records

Sub-series comprises records relating to the governance and structure of the BCHPA as an organization. Activities documented include revisions to the constitution and by-laws, development of policies and procedures, and awarding of honorary life-memberships. Records include constitution and by-laws, correspondence, reports, annotated drafts, procedures, and policy manuals.

Year files

This sub-series contains records related to the Social Credit Party provincial election campaigns, by-elections, party conventions, constituency events and membership records. It contains: minutes, campaign and membership promotional material (flyers, stickers, news releases, lawn signs), correspondence, memos, party office material, statements, messages, speeches, lists, directories, by-laws updates, handbooks, ephemera, posters, photographs, convention programs, membership registration slips, newsletters, clippings.

Correspondence with parents

Sub-series consists of Ann Messenger's correspondence with her parents, Raymond and Lillian Parshall. Correspondence includes letters written to her parents while she was studying at Oberlin College, Oxford University, and Cornell University. Correspondence also includes letters written while Messenger was working at Princeton University and after her marriage to Bill Messenger, while living in Philadelphia, California, and Vancouver, British Columbia. Includes details of Messenger's daily activities, including social and academic activities, her experiences as a young woman in the 1950s and 1960s, travels in Europe, and the general culture of the time. Vancouver correspondence refers to Ann and Bill's experiences as young professors at the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University. Sub-series also includes letters written to Ann, and Bill, by her parents between 1957 and 1974.

Publications correspondence

Subseries consists of correspondence arising from the creation and publication of Dallas Smythe's various publications and presentations. Series includes correspondence regarding Smythe's research in television content studies, pay TV, telecommunications regulations, telecommunications training for individuals in developing countries, the political economy of communications, and other related topics. Subseries also includes correspondence regarding the publication of Smythe's book, Dependency Road.

Correspondence relating to Smythe's New York television content studies includes some photographs produced during those studies.

Individual writings

This sub-series consists of writings by individual members of the Doukhobor community. These writings consists of messages to community, articles published and unpublished, manuscript of book, festival speeches, notebooks, narratives, and other assorted writings.

General committees and conferences records

This sub-series consists of the records that relate to various committees and conferences that Eli Popoff participated in and attended on behalf of USCC. The records include correspondence, brochures, conferences materials, clippings, financial records, notes, writings, meeting minutes and other material. The records include documents of Moscow Peace Conference, Canada-USSR Friendship Society, peace conferences, Committee on Future, Doukhobor Centenary Conference and others. The records contain material relating to interactions with Russian and other governments, possible migration, peace initiatives, travel exchanges and perestroika.

Provincial Apiarists' Association

Sub-series comprises copies of records of the meetings of the Provincial Apiarists' Association. The Association was established in 1952 as an organization of government apiary officials employed in provincial departments and ministries across Canada. It aimed to promote the scientific and practical efficiency of beekeeping, disseminate progressive ideas relating to apiculture, and secure cooperation among apiculturalists working in the country. The current status of the Association is not known. Records consist of proceedings of the Association's meetings in 1952 and 1958 and a 1959 report.

Resources and Services - Health and Related Subjects

Subseries consists of 2 health-related files: one is on the Alcoholism Foundation, containing general printed material on the Foundation, such as newsletters, newspaper clippings, reports and some correspondence; the other is on narcotics, consisting primarily of correspondence with government committees, doctors and associations.

Film scripts, screenplays and related records - general

Sub-series consists of scripts and screenplays written by Norman Klenman, alone and in collaboration with others, for feature and short films, produced and not produced, as well as related records. Additional material includes related notes, correspondence, contracts, research material, and moving images. Includes screenplays for “Beggarman’s Game,” “Dilbeck Junior,” “The Ecstasy of Rita Joe,” “A Forest of Eyes,” Ivy League Killers (a.k.a. “The Fast Ones”), “Nails,” "Now That April’s Here," “Passion” (based on The Gambler), “Riel”, and “Voices,” as well as a number of other scripts written for the National Film Board and CBC-TV. Series also includes two "Ivy League Killers" film reels.

MRA Conferences

This sub-series consists of the records related to the Moral Re-Armament Conferences held in Caux, Switzerland in the 1990s. The records include promotional material, booklets, brochures, photographs, publications, diary, Canadian Newsletter published by Moral Re-Armament and other related material.

General records

Sub-series consists of records relating to articles and short stories written by Trower, both published and unpublished. Record types include drafts, outlines, notes, proposals, project lists, notes, and research and reference material. Includes articles and short stories published in the periodicals B.C. Studies, Coast News, En Route, Equity, Lifestyle, Peninsula Voice, Vancouver Magazine, Western Living, and Whistle Punk.

Elizabeth Fry

Subseries consists of a single file on the Elizabeth Fry Society. File consists mainly of correspondence, but also includes miscellaneous materials, such as Annual Reports, lists of Society officers, newspaper clippings and statistical information about women received at Oakalla Prison.

Photographs

This sub-series is comprised of two photographs relating to the Canadian Football League.

Association of Canadians of Russian Descent (ACRD)

This sub-series contains records of the Association of Canadians of Russian Descent dating between 1960 and 2010. These records include minutes of meetings, correspondence, publications, photographs, membership lists, programs, administrative records, financial records, songs text, music, notes, newspaper clippings, ephemera, Iskra issues, essays and photographs. Because of the pro-Russian attitude of this organization came under scrutiny of both Canadian and US security branches. Part of the records relates to the organization and celebration of the 70th jubilee celebration of Doukhobor arrival in Canada and Russian-Canandian Festival of 1987.
Records in both Russian and English, some include translations, handwritten and typed.

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

Financial records

Sub-series comprises records relating to the management of the BCHPA's financial resources. Activities documented include accounts management; grant proposals and applications; and some financial administration of the Association's Boone, Hodgson, Wilkinson Trust Fund, established in 1965 to support beekeeping research and education. Records consist of a cashbook from 1955, grant applications, correspondence and reports.

Bee Masters Program

Sub-series comprises material relating to the Bee Masters program. Bee Masters is an intensive course in advanced beekeeping sponsored by the British Columbia ministry responsible for agriculture. The first course was held in 1955. Since around 1986, it has been held at Simon Fraser University and offered jointly by the BC government and SFU's Department of Biological Sciences. Early courses were lengthier to include a field trip to a beekeeping location, while later courses dropped the field trip component and thus shortened to five days in length. Documents include the first written examinations from 1955 and 1958, course outlines, lectures, articles, participant and speakers lists, evaluations, forms, correspondence, pamphlets, and other course material.

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