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File consists of 22 photographs (MsC 36b.15 – MsC 36b.36) that were originally loose in box when received from donor. The photographs depict Peter Trower, his friends, and his family, and span a broad range of time. Photograph MsC 36b.33 depicts Trower in the musical and storytelling group "Caulk Boots & Marlin Spikes." Photographs are undated and predominantly have no titles or captions.

[Business and financial records]

File consists of earning summaries and royalty reports, financial agreements (including agreements between Trower and Simon Fraser University Library), invoices, and a bank statement.

Ballads and blues: song lyrics and orchestrated poems

File consists of text for Trower’s poems to be performed at the event “Waltz for a rainy bebop evening: an evening of swingin’ bebop vocal jazz,” held on Saturday, March 25, 2004, at the Gumboot Café in Roberts Creek, B.C. The performance featured Peter Trower, Karin Plato, Ron Thompson, Ken Dalgleish, and Jacquie Allan.

Zach [Zachariah] Wells

File consists of correspondence between Trower and Wells, as well as reviews of Trowers’ work written by Wells.

[Incoming and outgoing correspondence]

File consists of correspondence sent and received by Trower, relating to both personal and professional matters. Correspondents include Rebecca Meagher of Harbour Publishing, Yvonne Demalpas, Don Crowson, Alex Widen, Mona Fertig, Greg Potter, among others.

[Feedback on prose books]

File consists of 2 items containing commentary on prose books Trower has been writing. The first item is entitled “Memo re “The Shake Cutters” and is subtitled “a short novel, 2002-220 pages? A coda to the Belshaw trilogy." The second is untitled and is prefaced with a letter signed “J.M.” (likely John Moore). Both items are undated.


File consists of an untitled and undated notebook containing prose writing about logging in Vancouver.

Noni Hill (Stonehurst)

File consists of a piece of prose writing about a historic home, Stonehurst, in Gibsons, British Columbia.

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