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Hugh Johnston fonds

  • F-223
  • Fonds
  • 1958 - 2004

Fonds consists of research material gathered by Johnston for his book Radical Campus: Making Simon Fraser University. Subjects, events and activities documented include the socio-political context of post-secondary education in the 1960s; the establishment of SFU; and the rise of student activism. The fonds consists primarily of photocopied material from fonds and newspapers; interview transcriptions and audiocassettes; and notes and drafts.

Johnston, Hugh

Memorial pamphlets

Series consists of two pamphlets associated with the Arthur Erickson memorial at Simon Fraser University, which took place on May 20, 2009.

Erickson family films

Series consists of analogue and digitized motion pictures depicting Arthur Erickson's family and personal life. Motion pictures are filmed at several Erickson familial residences and largely depict family members socializing as well as children and pets playing together.

Home movies of Erickson family visit at Osler Avenue home and garden party

Item is a film containing home movie footage of two separate events. The first depicts Erickson family members at the family property that once stood at 4890 Osler Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. It includes footage of Arthur Erickson's parents Oscar and Myrtle playing ping pong; Arthur and his brother Don playing with their dog; as well as footage of Arthur's grandmothers Bengte Erickson (nee Anderson) and Sarah Chatterson (nee McKnight), and Oscar's sister Anna Auer in the garden and sitting on a bench.

The second film is of a garden party in Shaughnessy. The attendees include Oscar Erickson (with canes) and Myrtle Erickson.

Home movies of Erickson family at Osler Avenue home and Qualicum Beach

Item is a film containing footage of the Erickson family in the garden of their 4890 Osler Avenue, Vancouver residence. The film also includes footage of Oscar, Myrtle and Arthur Erickson visiting with the Lee family and other friends at the Lee's Qualicum Beach house. It shows a gathering on a back yard patio, with young children and dogs playing together, and includes the following individuals: Kay Cook, Myrtle and Oscar Erickson, Arthur Erickson, Blackie Lee, Ruth Lee, and Evelyn and Don Auer, among others. Arthur Erickson is shown playing with children and walking with his parents. The film ends with some footage of the Lions Gate Bridge.

Home movie of visit to Erickson family home in West Vancouver with children playing

Item is a home movie depicting Erickson family members and friends interacting outside at Don and Eleanor Erickson's Gleneagles home, built by architect Bob Lewis. Several children (Christopher and Geoffrey Erickson, Sally and Don Auer (Erickson cousins), and Tom, Allison, Stephen and Elizabeth Milroy) are running together and playing with a tricycle in the driveway of the house, while Don and Eleanor, John and Barbara Ann Milroy and Erickson cousin Evelyn Auer and her husband Stewart are filmed on the home's patio. One of the adult family members holds a cat. Arthur Erickson appears at the end of this film walking out of the home with his parents Oscar and Myrtle.

Adbusters Media Foundation fonds

  • F-300
  • Fonds
  • 1972-2022

Fonds consists of records created or received by Adbusters Media Foundation through the organization's publishings, advocacy campaigns, legal action, and merchandising. The fonds is a hybrid, containing born-digital materials as well as paper and analogue textual records, graphic materials, audiovisual materials, and artifacts. Records include magazines, books, posters, pamphlets, digital newsletters, digital spoof advertisements, graphic designs, mockups, memes, promotional photographs, marketing plans, operational notes and manuals, financial statements, correspondence, legal records, talking notes, and website captures. Records also include interview transcriptions and copies of newspaper and magazine articles documenting the organization's achievements. Graphic, textile, and ceramic merchandise also make up a notable portion of the fonds.

The fonds has been arranged by the archivist into twelve series:
Administrative records (series 1)
Publications (series 2)
Campaign records (series 3)
• Legal action records (series 4)
Blackspot campaign records (series 5)
Merchandise (series 6)
Talks (series 7)
Events records (series 8)
School projects records (series 9)
Media coverage (series 10)
Audio/video materials (series 11)
Website captures (series 12)

Note that the processing of series 4 (Legal action records) is still in progress, and the description is not yet published.

Adbusters Media Foundation

Brewery files: Victoria

Sub-series consists of research materials relating to individual breweries established in Victoria in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

For record types, see Scope and content note in the parent series description (F-316-3). The sub-series include photocopies of business and financial records of the Silver Spring Brewery (files 8-10) and the Victoria-Phoenix Brewing Company (files 14-15); originals for both are held by the BC Archives. File 10 is an original Silver Spring receipt book from 1912.

Brewery files: Nanaimo and North Vancouver Island

Sub-series consists of research materials relating to individual breweries established in Nanaimo and Cumberland in the 19th and early 20th centuries. For record types, see the Scope and content note in the parent series description (F-316-3). The sub-series include photocopies of business records (prospectus, agreements) relating to the Empire Brewery (file 3).

Brewery files: Vancouver and Lower Mainland

Sub-series consists of research materials relating to individual breweries established in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland in the 19th and early 20th centuries. For record types, see the Scope and content note in the parent series description (F-316-3).

The sub-series includes copies of articles from The Big Chief Brewerianist magazine; photocopies of correspondence, letterhead, and utilities work orders relating to the Doering and Marstrand brewery (file 7); some original textual records (letterhead, letter) from the Vancouver Breweries Ltd. (file 12); and an original copy of the Brewers and Distillers of Vancouver Ltd. Annual Report of 1948 (file 13).

Brewery files: Interior, Thompson-Okanagan

Sub-series consists of research materials relating to individual breweries established in the Thompson and Okanagan regions of British Columbia in the 19th and early 20th centuries. For record types, see the Scope and content note in the parent series description (F-316-3). The sub-series includes a photocopy of the labour agreement between the Caribou Brewing Company and the Brewery Workers Union, Local 387 (1960; file 12); and a share certificate for the Phoenix Brewing Company (file 11).

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