Drawings

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  • Narrower terms include both physical media and genre categories but are limited to those which use drawing in the sense of a specific medium rather than in the everyday sense of graphic representation.

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  • Library of Congress

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Artwork from children

File contains drawings and paintings by students from various schools depicting scenes from stories by Budge Wilson.

Personal material

Series contains materials created by Budge Wilson that not directly related to her career as an author. Files include Budge Wilson's diaries and calendars and materials relating to her job as a fitness instructor and photographer.

School visits

Series consists of cards, letters, artwork, and stories given to Budge Wilson by children in schools that she visited in her capacity as an author.

Student artwork given to Budge Wilson

File contains student artwork given to Budge Wilson from various presentations that she gave at elementary schools. The artwork relates to her books, including "Manfred the Unmanageable Monster," the Lorinda Dauphinee book series, "...

Student artwork given to Budge Wilson

File contains student artwork given to Budge Wilson from various presentations that she gave at elementary schools. The artwork includes thank you cards and drawings related to her books, including Mr. John Bertrand Nijinsky and Charlie," and...

Student artwork given to Budge Wilson

File contains thank you cards hand drawn and written by students, given to Budge Wilson on her school tours, including those from the Lady Eaton School in Omemee, Ontario.

Thank you letters from Westmore Academy

  • MS-2-650.2000-033, Box 26, Folder 44
  • File
  • May 5, 1998 - June 2, 1998
  • Part of Budge Wilson fonds

File includes a copy of Budge Wilson's response to the grade three class at Westmore Academy in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, and four drawings by the children of scenes from Wilson's books.