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4 audio cassettes, in cases

[Donor notes read: "1 has a 55-minute talk on JSW by Bruce Woodsworth; 1 is a tape of Bruce's memorial service, 1983; 1 has "Bruce Woodsworth pontificates"; 1 has material from CBC Sunday Edition from 1982 on JSW and Prairie socialism"] [Note: date on case for Bruce Woodsworth memorial service reads "Aug 27/97"]

[Florence Shaver]

[Notes read: "Florence Shaver (Ancaster) Ontario. Sent me by Kay Morris, Old Favorites Book Shop Limited, 250 Adelaide St. W., Toronto 1, Ont. Jan 15, 1972." [in Grace's hand]]

[Woodsworth family house in Brandon]

[Notes read: "Woodsworth family home, 107 Lorne Ave. E., Brandon Manitoba. Mary & Edith (in cart). From right to left: Esther Josephine, James (Sr), James Shaver, Joseph, Richard "Dick" (white shirt & vest), 2 unknowns, Harold (Hal) on horse. One of the two horses was called Rainbow.". Notes from donor read: "Taken same time as JSW-LLW Woodsworth family house in Brandon 2 "Hose still there in June 1988 - 107 Lorne Ave E."]

[The Shaver family of Ancaster]

[Notes read: "[on back of backing paper, typed by RSW]: "The sober Shaver family of Ancaster, U.C.: John, born 1799; Henry, b 1800; Margaret, b 1801; George, b 1803; Philip, b 1804; Charity b 1806; Peter, b 1809; Susannah, b 1811, Daniel, but 1813; Frederick, b 1818, Catherin Book, b 1821. Peter was the fatter of Esther Josephine Shaver." and "Writing (Lucy?} on back of the photo itself has "Children of William Shaver and Mary Catherine Book." and a list identical to the typed one, but with the addition of "Mary Ann, born 1807" between Charity and Peter."]

[Belva and Ralph Staples]

2nd. accrual. [Notes read: "July 29/83 just as we were leaving Chilliwack. Picture by cousin Ruth Sharpe [Boule?]". Removed from [Letters to Bruce and/or Sylvia Woodsworth] folder 3, letter dated Oct. 19, 1983. Ralph mentions this is the last photo taken of Belva before her death on 31 July 1983.]

Pierre Coupey fonds

  • MsC-205
  • Fonds
  • 1957-2015

Fonds consists of records created, received or accumulated by Pierre Coupey through his personal and professional activities in the course of his career as a multidisciplinary contemporary artist, poet, co-editor, founding editor and English instructor. It includes hand-written and word-processed correspondence between Coupey and editors, publishers and other fellow writers, artists and poet-friends; unpublished poems and writings by Coupey and other writers, manuscripts and drafts of books and poems of Coupey’s poetic works and of other writers; reviews, newspaper clippings and photocopies of reviews of Coupey’s work as a poet and artist; original artwork by Coupey; photographs of Coupey and other writers; exhibition planning records; miscellaneous hand written notes by Coupey on his exhibitions and poetry works; hand written postcards and notes from fellow artists and poets; teaching materials as an English instructor; day-timers, which includes addresses and phone numbers of fellow artists and poets; promotional materials for exhibitions and reading engagements; Canada Council grant information; and miscellaneous ephemera such as exhibition postcards and posters.

This fonds is divided into 7 series: 1: Publication - "The Capilano Review" (TCR) (1959-2013); 2: Independent press (1967-1997); 3: Poetry and creative writing ([ca. 1957-2015]); 4: Capilano College (University) (1969-2014); 5: Exhibition records (1964-2015); 6: Artwork (1960-2013); 7: Administrative records (1960-2014).

Coupey, Pierre

"The Capilano Review" administrative [records]

Consists of the Koerner Foundation lecture series, The Capilano Press Soiety agendas and minutes, The Capilano Press Society memos and budgets, notes for Doug Jardine's retirement, floppy disks for the Capilano Review logo and Tiff file of Michael Turner, correspondence and CV for Duncan McNaughton, letters and email correspondence.

"The Capilano Review": Editor's Correspondence

Consists of Alan Wood's CV, letters to the editor, postcards, letters from Robin Blaser, George Bowering, Michael Ondattje, Brian Fawcett, Steve Harris, Duncan McNaughton, Brian Fisher, Bill Gaston, Stan Dragland, Letter and poetic works from The Coach House Press, letter and poetic works from Duncan McNaughton and letter from TCR, Letter and poetic works from Phyllis Webb and letter from TCR, letter and poetic works by Stan Persky,l etters and poetic works by Sharon Thesen, Michael de Courcy's CV, poetic works and letters from various poets. A literary work by Stan Dragland, "Creatures of Ecstacy," 1986, Literary work by Stan Dragland, "Coach House Poetry," (ND), minutes for the Capilano Review, postcard, floppy disk: Robert Keziere, "Greece 83 Journal, exerpts" and "Sticks (statement/title)", Canada Council Letter grant received for the The Capilano Review 1991, Michael de Courcy's "Grocery list," contributor's name and funds given, letter from Jim Terral, handwritten notes and cards and a colour transparency. (contains PI - personal addresses)

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