File includes literary presses Abanaki Press; Air Press; Alastair Ink; All About Us/Nous Autres; House of Anansi; Anasta Press; Anonbeyond Press; Applegarth Follies; Arcana Editions; Athanor Press; Aureole Point Press; and Aya Press.
File includes literary presses Fiddlehead Poetry Books/Goose Lane Editions; Fireweed Press; Fifth House; Fineglow Plays; The Folks Upstairs Press; Fonthill Studio; Four Humours Press; Front Press; Ganglia Press; Gesture Press; Golden Dog Press; Gorgonzola Press; Gormley Press; Grand Union Press; Griffin House Publishers; Gryphon Press; and Guernica Editions.
File includes literary presses Caitlin Press; Caledonia Writing Series; Calliope Press; Canadian Stage and Arts Publications; Canook Communications; Catalyst; Charasee Press; Charnel House; Cherry Tree Press; Childe Thursday; Clover Press; and Coach House Press.
File includes literary presses Quadrant Editions; Quarry Press; Queenston House; Ragweed Press; RDC Press; Red Kite Press; Repository Press; River City Press; Riverrun Publishing; A Room of One's Own Press; and Rumour Publications.
File includes literary presses Vehicule Press; Vesta; Villeneuve Publications; Virgo; Wacacro Productions; Wee Giant Press; Williams-Wallace International; Wolsak and Wynn; Wombat Press; Wood Lake Books; Wordwrights Canada; XX Press; and York Publishing and Printing.
Series includes press entry information/data, worksheets, and correspondence with presses regarding changes/alterations to entries from Literary Presses in Canada, 1975-1985: A Checklist and Bibliography by Holly Melanson.
File includes literary presses Colophon Books; Coma Goats Press; Commoners' Publishing Society Inc.; Cormorant; Coteau Books; Cowan & Tetley; Creative Printers and Publishers; Crosscountry Press; CTR Publications; Harry Cuff Publications; and Curvd H & Z.
File includes literary presses Landsdowne House; Lazara Publications; League of Canadian Poets; Lean Hunter Publications; Lilith Publications; Longspoon Press; Macleod's Books; Maker Press; Manoeuvres Press; Marigold Press; McBain Publications; MIR Publications Society; Missing Link Press; Modern Press; Moonstone Press; Mosaic Press; and The Muses' Company.
Series contains records related to published books including Abraham Gesner, Anna's Pet, George Dawson: The Little Giant, The Pit Pony, The Purple Cloak, The Smallest Rabbit, The Witch of Port LaJoye, The Lost Ship, and The Story of Little Martin. Types of records included here are drafts, galleys, published books, research materials, sketches, and audio-visual materials relating to published works.
Series contains short stories, both published and unpublished. The types of records included here are drafts, clippings of published articles, copies of publications containing short stories, and related correspondence, research, photographs, and notes.
File contains a letter from Daniel G. Mason of Columbia University concerning a poem that John Daniel Logan submitted for publication in the "New Music Review." The file includes the copy of the poem that Logan submitted, which is on the work of the composer Lowell Mason (1792-1872), Daniel G. Mason's grandfather. The file also includes a manuscript copy of a poem, possibly by Jean Grey, dated June 15, 1913.
File contains one copy of One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818-1918, the commemorative publication put out by the university's centenary committee, and a scrapbook containing newspaper clippings abut the centenary events.
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 two copies of a booklet called Dalhousie University, which was produced by the Dalhousie Million Committee as promotional literature supporting the university's 1920 Million Dollar Campaign. The booklet, subtitled "Dalhousie, past, present and the future," outlines the university's accomplishments and plans and spells out the financial costs of fulfilling its vision. The booklet's illustrations of historic and contemporary Dalhousie people and buildings were drawn by Arthur Lismer and commissioned for a commemorative history of of the university published the same year.
One copy of the booklet contains a newspaper clipping about Frank Darling.
File contains a brochure created in 1920 by the Dalhousie Campaign Committee. The brochure presents architect Andrew Cobb's campus master plan known as the "vision of Dalhousie." The brochure presents the original Dalhousie College building on Grand Parade as the "First Dalhousie" and the newly constructed Forrest Building as the "Second Dalhousie."
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.
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.
Series comprises correspondence between Harry Bruce and his publishers, his peers and colleagues; it also contains personal letters. Correspondence files are organized alphabetically by last name. Correspondence is also found in files in the manuscript series.
File is a Newspress Portfolio on Dr. Jason Albert Hannah from 1958. Portfolio has printing on recto and verso. Two items and digital objects PC1, Box 65, Folder 43, Item 1(recto) and PC1, Box 65, Folder 43, Item 2 (verso) of the portfolio.
Series contains outgoing and incoming correspondence between Budge Wilson, her agent (Leona Trainer), publishers, editors, illustrators, authors, and other individuals, all relating to her career as an author. The series includes some contracts for Wilson's books, which are attached to correspondence.
File contains correspondence to Barbara Hinds from E. A. (Ted) Smith; Mr. Drabeson; the New England Grenfell Association; McClelland and Stewart Limited; the Department of Fisheries Canada; Hutchinson and Co. Publishers Ltd; The Norther; the Atlantic Advocate; Loue Alicie; and the Department of Citizenship and Immigration. The file also include a statement by the Hon. H. J. Robichaud, Minister of Fisheries, on the Atlantic Seal Fishery; and photographs of Elmer Gustafson, Captain Odin Hansen, Victor O'Brien, Charlie Hoddinott, Mr. Drabeson, Louis Roal, and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dawe.
File contains a photocopy of a manuscript called "Collision in the Arctic," written by Barbara Hinds. There are corrections on the manuscript as well as separate pages of editing suggestions. The last three pages are originals, not photocopies. The file also includes correspondence about the manuscript from the MacMillan Company of Canada Limited, Rosemary, Shannon Perry, and Mike Eaton; comments and suggestions for photographs from Rosemary Gilliat Eaton; and a description of a 1960 visit to the eastern Arctic, as told to Michael Eaton by Barbara Hinds in 2008.