Series consists of Henry Orenstein's materials regarding his professional activities, including photographs, negatives, sketches, programs, flyers, posters, postcards, slides, correspondence and other materials. Fonds contains several of Henry Orenstein's art pieces and sketches, including related to the "Sudbury Industrial Landscape" project. In the 1950s, Henry Orenstein was commissioned by the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers of Sudbury to paint a mural for the local union hall, which was the centre of a broad-ranging cultural role of Mine Mill Local 598 in the Sudbury area. At that time, Mine Mill was in the midst of a series of raids by the United Steelworkers.
Series consists of Joan Orenstein's materials regarding her professional activities, including photographs, programs, flyers, postcards, correspondence and other materials. Fonds includes several photographs of Joan Orenstein acting in "Stone Angel," "La Sagouine," "William Schwenck and Arthur Who" or "Shades of G&S," "Wood Demon" and other productions.
Fonds consists of Joan and Henry Orenstein's materials regarding their professional activities, including photographs, negatives, sketches, programs, flyers, posters, postcards, slides, correspondence and other materials. Fonds includes several photographs of Joan Orenstein acting, Henry Orenstein's art pieces and sketches, and Joan and Henry Orenstein's family photographic negatives.
Fonds comprises records documenting Alexander Myers' work as a pastor and writing on the subject of religious education. Record types include diaries; correspondence; manuscripts; published works; research files and class notes; scrapbooks; and photographs.
Fonds contains records relating to Susan Kerslake's writing and personal life, including manuscripts of published and unpublished work; correspondence, early writing and schoolwork, photographs, awards, articles and books reviews, and materials from events she attended.
Fonds contains music manuscripts and published scores, photographs, and autograph letters written by well-known composers such as Jacques Offenbach, Giuseppe Verdi, and John Philip Sousa. Through his work as a music critic and journalist in Toronto and Halifax, Logan communicated with many prominent Canadian musicians in the early twentieth century. Many of the scores, photographs, and autographs included in this collection are a result of his contributions to music criticism. The music and theatre programs are frequently annotated with comments for reviews, and most of his correspondence with musicians and actors relates to his work as a music and theatre critic. Some of the scores were given to Logan as gifts from performers while others were sent to him for review or publication in newspapers. There are several manuscripts of songs by Edith Jessie Archibald, a prominent social activist and suffragist in Halifax. Letters sent to Logan also concern his poetic contributions, and there is a manuscript draft of one of his books, Preludes: Sonnets and other Verses (1906).
Fonds consists of Peter O'Hearn's records regarding his professional activities and studies in criminal and family law. Record types include meeting minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, booklet, typescripts, and other textual records.
Fonds consists of Janet M. Eaton's materials regarding her professional involvement with the Canadian Association for Adult Education and the Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia. Fonds includes meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, conference programmes, and other textual records.
Fonds comprises The Leonard Foundation records regarding scholarships granted to Dalhousie University students between the 1940s and 1990s. Records include correspondence between the University Registrar's Office and The Leonard Foundation, application forms, committee reports and meeting minutes.
File contains correspondence between a succession of Trust Companies and the University Registrar's Office, including Colonel K.C. Laurie, Eric B. Mercer, the Toronto General Trusts Corporation, Canada Permanent Trust, and others.
Series consists of Janet M. Eaton's materials regarding her professional involvement with the Canadian Association for Adult Education. Series includes correspondence, reports, clippings, conference programmes, meeting minutes, and other textual records.
Series contains reviews and articles relating to Kerslake’s work and writing. Materials include newspaper clippings, photocopies of reviews from journals or papers, and papers written as class assignments (including an original interview). Material also includes one review and edits written by Kerslake.
File contains correspondence with Greg Gatenby of Harbour Front Reading Series. Materials include two letters: one asking Kerslake to provide information about her experiences with Toronto, and a reply from Kerslake stating that she has no connection to Toronto as a writer.
File contains correspondence with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Materials include a typed letter from CBC to Kerslake and Pottersfield Press requesting permission to record an eight-minute reading of "Blind Date."
Fonds comprises editorial reports and notes made by Jefferys on works by Thomas Chandler Haliburton. Also included is a letter from Robert Glasgow, Managing Director of The Publishers Association of Canada, outlining the agreement of editorial and illustration work undertaken by Jefferys on a multi-volume series of the works of Haliburton. In addition, there is a typescript of a talk written by Jeffreys regarding his illustrations for the project.
File contains typed drafts with corrections for the twelve short stories included in Budge Wilson's "Friendship" anthology. File also includes notes for Wilson's editor, Helen Reeves, at Penguin Canada.
File consists of the typescript of electronic email messages of Budge Wilson regarding a lecture to be held at Havergal College, Toronto, Ontario. The lecture was cancelled due to the ill health of Budge Wilson.
File consists of the itinerary schedule regarding the launch event for "Before Green Gables" by Budge Wilson, held at the Royal Ontario Museum, February 12, 2008. Includes the typescripts of electronic email messages of Budge Wilson regarding the arrangements for the event.
File contains an incomplete draft (missing "Big Little Gerome") with a few pencil corrections, which was sent to Barbara Berson, editor with Penguin Canada. The short story anthology was later renamed "Friendships."
File contains four annotated drafts of Budge Wilson's short story "The Christmas of the Big Blow," which eventually became "The Christmas that Almost Wasn't." The file also contains a rejection letter from Weekend Magazine.