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“Printing History” journals

File consists of two copies of “Printing History”, the journal of the American Printing History Association. Issues feature articles concerning W. Starling Burgess and the design of an italic type to accompany the Times 54 typeface, and highlight the controversy over its design. The 1998 issue includes articles authored by Rimmer.

Rimmer, Jim

Hannibal Mac font

File consists of records documenting Rimmer’s design of the Hannibal typeface, named after the birthplace of Mark Twain. Records include tracing paper samples, digital print-outs using the Ikarus program, instructions to self regarding modifications and required future work, samples, and printed letters. File also includes a sample of the Amethyst typeface.

Rimmer, Jim

Personal records

Series consists of correspondence and other records pertaining to the career, projects and interests of Anita Rau Badami. Records include her thesis and videocassettes with her interviews. Series also contains invitations to the Vancouver International Writers and Readers Festival and Adelaide Festivals

[Miscellaneous]

Scope and content: File includes handwritten notebook titled “Ideas” with no date and three floppy disks titled “Anita thesis U of C.”, “SM stories children pieces”, and “Latest Kamini main disc”. It includes also congratulations from the Department of English of the University of Calgary regarding her M.A. dissertation and her curriculum vitae

Correspondence

Series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence of a personal and business nature between Rimmer and various members of the printing community, including Paul Duensing, Jules Remedios Faye, Richard L. Hopkins, Richard Kegler, Robert R. Reid, William Rueter, Andrew Steeves, Christopher Stern and Alan C. Waring. Correspondence includes technical advice and comments on recent work. Records also include contact information, thank you letters and prints, as well as correspondence related to various organizations, including the American Typecasting Fellowship, Typochondriacs and the Alcuin Society.

Rimmer, Jim

“Fred Goudy” galleys

File consists of galleys of “Fred Goudy, typesetter?” written by Jim Rimmer as the first book attempted by Pie Tree Press. Records show the mock-up of the proposed book, which was never completed. Includes an introduction, text, and prints, with hand-written comments for modification. Galleys are handset in 14 point Kennerley Old Style and italics. Rimmer completed the design, typesetting, woodblock illustration, presswork and binding for the project.

Rimmer, Jim

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of letters of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk. Correspondence is in relation to Krawczyk’s purchase of property, submission to a Lesbian Writers Fund, the publication of “The Clayquot: The Sound of my Heart,” and political affiliations. The file also contains two postcards, an envelope, and three photographs.

[Notes]

File consists of handwritten notes and PowerPoint slides on self-mutilation, self-harm, and Aboriginal women’s studies. There are also print-outs of the following online documents: “HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C in Prisons: The Facts”; “High-Risk Behaviours Behind Bars”; “Aboriginal Prisoners and HIV/AIDS”; and “Third Annual Women of the Earth Awards in Canada.”

Prison stuff

File consists of documents related to Betty Krawczyk’s internment at Alouette Correctional Centre for Women. File includes personal property request forms, excerpts from the "Inmate Handbook," and flyers.

[Enlarged map]

Item is a photograph of an enlarged portion of the map used to represent Eagleridge Bluffs and Betty Krawczyk’s involvement in a protest.

[Newspaper clippings]

File consists of newspaper clippings related to the protection of Canadian forests, and specifically Betty Krawczyk’s court case and time spent in the Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women. Included are excerpts from "Wilderness Committee Educational Report," "The Province," "The Record," "Times Colonist," and "Guardian Society."

Personal records

Series consists of articles, correspondence, and other material pertaining to the career and projects of Norman Klenman, his family and his colleagues. Includes material relating to CKVU television, his partnerships with Daryl Duke and William (Bill) Davidson, and the film "Now that April’s Here." Series also contains some autobiographical material written by Klenman, with emphasis on the chronology of his career.

“Prince”

File includes a script by Norman Klenman for a one hour play telecast by CBC-TV in August 1956 titled “The Million Franc Doll.” The file also includes a revised first draft script for television by Klenman titled “Trotsky in Coyoacan.” Dated January15, 1964, the script is based upon the novel "The Great Prince Died" by Bernard Wolfe.

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