File contains correspondence from Wendy Brown of McClelland and Stewart Limited and copies of letters from Budge Wilson to "Marilyn" and "Marge" regarding illustrations for her book, "The Sale". The file also includes copies of Wilson's illustrations for her own book.
File contains correspondence between Budge Wilson and Thistledown Press Ltd., regarding her short story anthology "My War." The file includes correspondence from the publisher and a draft and copy of Wilson's reply.
File contains correspondence regarding Budge Wilson's book "Sharla," between Wilson and Stoddart Kids. The file includes incoming correspondence as well as copies and drafts of Wilson's outgoing correspondence.
Fonds consists of newsletters and poetry publications from 1971-1979. Most of the publications feature poetry written by Velma Brown, but a number of other authors are also featured, including Sidney M. Parker, known as the blind poet of Truro, Nova Scotia.
Fonds comprises records related to Susan Sherwin's professional activities, including publication, research and teaching. Record types include correspondence, contracts, manuscripts, research materials and notes, committee materials, reports, conference materials, and university course records such as syllabi, exams, and assignments.
File contains eight catalogues from the following publishers: Harcourt Brace & Company, Formac Publishing Company Limited and James Lorimer & Company Limited, Stoddart, the Canadian Children's Book Centre, the Putnam & Grosset Group, and Pottersfield Press.
Fonds was organized by the processing archivist into editorial, financial, production and administrative series, and further sub-series such as correspondence, reports and meeting minutes. The bulk of correspondence dates from the 1970s-1990s, although there are financial and committee records from the 1950s and limited other records from the journal's inception in 1921.
File contains 2 copies of a directory of graduates and former students of Dalhousie University published in September 1937. The directory is an update of a similar directory published by the Dalhousie Alumni Association in 1925.
File is a photograph of retiring chairmen for a health-related board use in the 1974 edition of MeDal. Photograph was published in the 1974 edition of MeDal by the Medical Dalhousie Alumni. Chairmen identified, left to right: President Hicks; Dr. Clennel Evelyn van Rooyen; Dr Lloyd MacPherson (Dean of the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine); Dr. James Soloman Hammerling; and Dr. Richard Loraine de Chasteney Holbourne Saunders.
File contains correspondence related to the publication of the Africville Relocation Report, draft tables and contents, and the transcript of a radio interview with Archie Dixon, Don Clairmont, and Gus Wedderburn.