File contains a treatment written for Oracle Television Productions, South Africa, and Alta Nova Pictures, Canada, for a one-hour documentary, as well as related correspondence and background materials.
File includes a photograph of Marq de Villiers' BA diploma from University of Cape Town, a letter regarding a school reunion for the Class of 1957, and a letter to Mrs de Villiers regarding her son's departure from the Boys' Junior School in Wynberg.
File contains a publishing agreement with Goose Lane for a book provisionally called Floating Currency (later published as Back to the Well); a memorandum of agreement with China Renmin University Press for Our Way Out; and an agreement amendment with McClelland & Stewart regarding Water, A Dune Adrift and Windswept.
Fonds comprises records documenting Marq de Villiers' work as a journalist and writer of non-fiction. Record types include manuscripts and published work—including collaborations with his wife, Sheila Hirtle; correspondence; publicity and reviews; and a small series of personal photographs and photographs taken in the course of his research.
File contains background information on the Ottawa Police Lesbian and Gay Liaison Committee action plan pilot project, and changes to policing standards that resulted in part from suggestions made by the Committee to the Ottawa Police Services Board.
File contains pamphlets; referral cards, volunteer applications and accompanying correspondence; and one copy of the August 1983 newsletter for the Vancouver Gay Community Centre. File also contains one call log template and notes.
File contains correspondence regarding the Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual (GLB) Line's Maritime Tel and Tel account balance irregularities, one meeting agenda for the annual general meeting of the GLB Line held on 1995-02-15, minutes from the 1994 annual general meeting held on 1994-01-11, one copy of the 1994 financial report, and two lists of GLB Line personnel.
File contains correspondence, pamphlets, and newsletters from Sparrow, a support community for gay and lesbian Christians. File also contains one copy of the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches Directory of Congregations and Clergy.
File contains three pages of correspondence from the Rural Gay Men's Group, a correspondence and friendship oriented group based in Port Hardy, British Columbia, and one flyer advertising LYNX, a lesbian correspondence club based in Ottawa.
File contains GayLine volunteer application form and information sheet for volunteers, a press release celebrating GayLine's 20th anniversary, one blank call sheet, one list of GayLines across Canada, and correspondence from a GayLine caller.
Fonds primarily contains records of the GayLine collected by Ron and Bryan Garnett-Doucette. The Halifax GayLine opened in 1972 and ceased operations in 1996. It provided information, counselling and referral service to the gay/lesbian/bisexual (and curious and homophobic) communities. Staffed by trained volunteers, it was funded initially by the Gay Alliance for Equality and later by its successor organization the Gay and Lesbian Association. Later, other gay organizations donated resources for the phone line. In 1994 the name was changed to the Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Line. Fonds contains three series; one containing administrative and financial records, one containing recruitment and training materials, and one containing reference materials for volunteers. Materials include monthly and annual reports; meeting minutes; call logs and templates; staff notebooks; correspondence; pamphlets; volunteer training session materials, application forms and guidelines; flyers; legal briefs and resources; newsletters; essays; bibliographies; and directories.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Dalhousie Art Gallery publicity, exhibitions, collections, openings and events, and administration. Types of materials include press releases, brochures, tickets, a poster, photographs, course information, programs, calendars, catalogues, reports, financial records, notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes and agendas, and other materials.
Item is a typewritten alphabetical list with the handwritten title "Women Graduates" and a note: "copied from calendars summer of 1919 (probably complete to 1917)." The list includes students' names, home towns, degree earned and date granted.
Item is a letter from Dalhousie Alumni Secretary, Helen Balcom, to Bertha Oxner at the University of Saskatchewan regarding the latter's written query about the history of early women graduates of Dalhousie University. Her letter makes reference to recently made lists, which are likely those listed elsewhere in this file (UA-32, Box 9, Folder 1, Items 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9). Bertha Oxner's letter of response is also included.