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Daphne Marlatt Fonds
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"At the River's Mouth: Writing Migrations" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to "At the River's Mouth: Writing Migrations," a lecture given by Daphne Marlatt as the Ralph Gustafson Distinguished Visiting Poet at Vancouver Island University. The lecture was later published as a book (designed by Robert Bringhurst) by the Institute for Coastal Research at Vancouver Island University. Records include correspondence and lecture drafts.

"Between Brush Strokes" - Sveva Caetani story [drafts and correspondence 2007-2009]

MsC 142.755 – MsC 142.759 : Five photographs of the Caetani House and Studio 3401. Sign in one of the photographs reads:
“Built in 1895 by Samuel Summerville, the house was originally designed as a two-story square, late Victorian Vernacular Revival building, emphasizing solidity and comfort over design. Extensive renovations took place in 1903 with the addition of the back wing. In 1913, the house was sold to A.G. Mueller, owner of the Coldstream Hotel. Mueller sold the house to Leone Caetani in 1921, who in turn left the house to his daughter Sveva Caetani. In 1985, Miss Caetani bequeathed her home to the City of Vernon for the use of the Vernon Public Art Gallery.”

"Between Brush Strokes" records

Sub-series consists of correspondence, legal agreements, drafts, and photographs pertaining to Daphne Marlatt's poetry/art book "Between Brush Strokes" (2008).

"Four Modernist Women" course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's English course "Four Modernist Women," taught at the University of Victoria and the University of Saskatchewan. Records include articles, lecture notes, syllabi, and other course material.

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