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Ariel Books records

Ariel Books first opened in 1974 as a private business focusing on books about women's spirituality, but switched to collective ownership and a more general feminist bookstore format circa 1975. In 1981, when the collective decided to sell th...

Subject files

Series consists of files that reflect a number of issues, activities, and areas of interest to the women's movement in North America. Files contain material on such diverse topics as unions, rape statistics, the British Columbia Federation of...

General operational files

Series consists of operational files reflecting the general business activities of Makara magazine. Records reflect the development of editorial policy, distribution, contests, disputes with the post office, indexing, and subject files on Internat...


Series consists of correspondence created and received by Makara magazine. Includes correspondence with contributors, rejection letters, subscription requests, and general correspondence.


Series consists of advertising and promotional material of Makara itself and records of advertising in Makara by other businesses. Includes correspondence, press releases, ad mock-ups, contracts, notes and promotional material.

Collected files

Series consists of records relating to the Simon Fraser University Staff Association collected by a former archivist or donated from other unknown sources. Records reflect membership, publications, and information relating to efforts to unionize s...

Faculty members

Series consists of files related to the appointment of faculty members. It includes correspondence, curricula vitae, memoranda and reports.


Series consists of records relating to various meetings associated with the organization. Activities documented include Annual General Meetings; the meetings of several committees, including the Steering Committee, Negotiating Committee, and Coord...

Project records

Series consists primarily of records relating to the Planning for Change training strategy, but also contains files relating to a few other smaller projects undertaken by the Association. Records include correspondence, proposals, contracts, lette...

British Columbia and Yukon Association of Women's Centres. Committee for the Planning for Change Project


Series consists of correspondence relating to Tom Mallinson's professional interests as a psychologist at the University of Toronto and his academic career as a professor of Communications Studies at SFU. Also includes a file containing corre...

Research files

Series consists of lectures, publications, correspondence and other records relating to Tom Mallinson's research projects and outside consultations. Includes samples of Mallinson's curriculum vitae.

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