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Simon Fraser University Archives and Records Management Department Sub-series
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Sub-series consists of three pamphlet series distributed by Adbusters Media Foundation. These include the "PoWeRShift Media Campaigns" pamphlet (a subsidiary of Adbusters which created advocacy commercials in the 1990s), the "Cyborg Manifesto," and a 5-part advocacy pamphlet series titled "Field Guide to a New World Order."

A born-digital version of each "Field Guide to a New World Order" is included as an access copy of these pamphlets. Access copies of the "PoWeRShift Media Campaigns" and the "Cyborg Manifesto" pamphlets are created from digital scans provided by Adbusters.

Memorabilia and artifacts

Subseries contains memorabilia such as Chinese money, coin collection, and George Halpern's advertising materials. Includes artifacts, certificates, and display materials.

General Research Materials

Sub-series consists of source material compiled by Wasserlein during the writing of her MA thesis. The sub-series contains a photocopy of a scrapbook produced by Marge Hollibaugh; notes; bibliographies; correspondence; publications from women's liberation organizations; proceedings from the Vancouver Indochinese Women's Conference, 1972; photographs from the Abortion Caravan to Ottawa, 1970; copies of the Vancouver Women's Caucus newspaper, The Pedestal; and photocopies of other miscellaneous published material.

Minute books

Sub-series consists of minute books and related papers documenting the founding, meetings, and activities of the Royal Scot Camp. Minutes cover the years 1895 to 1899 and 1940 to 1969. Some books include lists of new and/or existing members, as well as a roll of officers. Related papers include a March 1969 "District Synopsis" for District No. 16.

Photographic material

Subseries consists of approximately 375 black and white or colour prints, 98 colour transparencies, and 9 contact sheets. The prints appear to be mainly silver gelatin prints, although some of the older portraits are probably albumin prints. The photographs and transparencies date from ca. 1900 to 1989.

Personal papers

The subseries consists primarily of incoming letters from family and friends. Topics covered include, correspondence from the 1930s relating to the Halperns' efforts to emigrate to Canada and also George's early attempts to start a business in Canada. There are many letters from George's sister. In later decades, there are letters from Ida describing her travels and other letters from friends and associates regarding George's philanthropic activities

Subseries also includes personal papers such as birth certificate, immigration papers, passport, school certificates, and legal documents including wills, power of attorney and tax returns.

Personal papers

Subseries consists of biographical information, personal papers, legal documents, autograph books and notebooks. Also includes letters written to Fanny by her parents, and letters written by Fanny to secure repayment of her loan of $19,000 to the Augustinian Fathers of Shanghai.


Subseries consists of portraits of W.A.C. Bennett, promotional photographs of Bennett and others, and photographs of Bennett family and friends. Portraits include photographs of W.A.C. Bennett at various ages, and a photo of Bennett in Freemason regalia. Promotional photographs include photos of Bennett and others at speeches and rallies, as well as posed photographs at various locations, such as boats, railroad tracks, airports and other sites. Promotional photographs also include a photo of Bennett posing for a painted portrait for Time magazine. Photographs of the Bennett family and friends include family portraits; early photos of Bennett's wife May; photographs of birthday, wedding, and Christmas celebrations of friends and family; and a class photo from Hampton Consolidated School in New Brunswick, which includes W.A.C. Bennett as a pupil.

Other governments

Sub-series comprises records generated by government departments and programs responsible for apiculture in their jurisdiction, other than British Columbia. Government departments represented include the Departments of Agriculture for Canada, Ontario, and the United States. Records include publications and reports.

Family papers

Subseries consists of miscellaneous records of various members of the Smythe family. Records of Dallas Smythe include a 1915 diary, military records, and records arising from a private business venture to establish a television station in the Champaign-Urbana area in Illinois. Subseries also includes employment and pension records of Smythe's father, J.W. Smyth, and issues of Alternatives, a newsletter edited by Dallas Smythe's wife Jennie.

British Columbia - reports

Sub-series comprises reports issued by the Apiary or Apiculture branches of the BC Department or Ministry of Agriculture, including annual reports by the Provincial Apiarist. Of particular note is a 1919 report to the BC Deputy Minister of Agriculture on bee inspection work, which includes photographs and drawings. Records include original reports and copies.

Medical activities records

Subseries consists of personal and professional correspondence, patient notes, notebook of clinical data, scrapbook of newspaper clippings about Fanny's career, reprints of published articles, speeches on medical topics given by Fanny at various conferences and meetings, and lecture notes for some of her courses in neurology and psychiatry.

Course notes

Subseries consists of records arising from Smythe's activities as a student at the University of California, Berkeley. Subseries includes class notes, term papers, and research notes.

Other associations

Sub-series comprises records created by other associations currently or formerly active in the field of beekeeping, including the Beekeepers Association of BC, the Surrey Beekeepers Association, and the Vancouver Island Beekeepers' Coalition. Records consist of newsletters, minutes, and other documents.

Resources and Services

Subseries consists of a number of files on reports and statistics of services provided by the Society, such as the number of cases accepted and cases closed, areas of services and work distribution. A number of other files in this subseries contain material on related associations of the Society, including the B.C. Borstal Association, Canadian Penal Association and the Canadian Corrections Association (see Access Points for list).

British Columbia - publications, legislation, and forms

Sub-series comprises publications, legislation, and forms issued or used by the BC Department of Agriculture and later by the BC Ministry of Agriculture, pertaining to apiculture-related topics and issues. Records include bulletins, circulars, pamphlets, publications, legislation, and blank forms.

John Howard Societies

Subseries consists of files on other offices of the John Howard Society: its National office, provincial counterparts and regional branches. National office files contain material relevant to its formation around 1961 and provincial and regional files relate to matters of common concern, including policy matters. Files also contain information about these organizations, including reports and other printed material.


Subseries consists of files on various correctional institutions, including Haney Correctional Institution, The Oakalla Prison Farm and the B.C. Penitentiary (see Access Points for list). Files include reports, memoranda, notes, newspaper clippings and correspondence relating to the operation and management of the various penitentiaries in B.C.


Subseries consists of files relating to general administrative matters of the Society, including general reports, organizational information, policies and agreements. Files also include some committee files, such as the Constitution, Provincial Liaison and Women's and Family Committees. Files in this subseries include reports, memoranda, articles, newspaper clippings and pamphlets, and correspondence.


Subseries consists of the official Minutes of the Annual Meetings of the Society from 1932 to 1982, official Minutes of the Board and Executive Committee meetings from 1956 to 1980 and some early reports of the Executive Secretary primarily from the 1930s.


Subseries consists of Annual Reports dating from 1932 to 1988, including promotional pamphlets summarizing the Annual Report for some of these years. President's Reports and some Monthly Reports for assorted years are also included in this subseries.

Corrections - General

Subseries consists of files pertaining to corrections reform, including correspondence with and information about international organizations involved in the areas of prison reform and criminal rehabilitation, such as the Howard League for Penal Reform in Great Britain. Files also include information about various correctional institutions outside of B.C., and include articles, newspapers, clippings, bulletins, reports and correspondence.

General and Miscellaneous

Subseries consists of 2 files: one is a general John Howard Society file containing general reports on the Society, memoranda and correspondence with those interested in the work of the Society; and the other contains information on prison libraries, especially the Society's work in advocating the role of prison libraries in the rehabilitation of offenders.

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