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Gangsterquest records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Peter Trower and Yvonne Klan’s unpublished book project "Gangsterquest: The Search for the King of Safecrackers." An account of the life of Herbert Emerson Wilson (aka Herb Wilson), the project was originally titled "Holy Herb." Records include notes, research records, chapter and screenplay outlines, and edited and unedited draft manuscripts.

Bastions and beaver pelts records

Sub-series consists of a project proposal and a manuscript for "Bastions and Beaver Pelts," an aborted book project Trower worked on with Yvonne Klan.

The Judas hills records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Peter Trower's 2000 novel "The Judas Hills." Records include notes, outline and manuscripts from various stages of the novel's development (including first and final drafts), editorial comments by John Moore, Trower's storyboard sketches, and Trower's comments on the novel's cover design.

Dead man’s ticket records

Sub-series consists records relating to Peter Trower's 1996 novel "Dead Man's Ticket." Records include manuscripts, editorial comments by John Moore, and publicity records.

Grogan’s cafe records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Peter Trower's 1993 novel "Grogan’s Cafe." Records include an initial outline for the book, editorial feedback, an edited manuscript, and promotional material.

Brochures, booklets and posters

Sub-series consists of graphic materials and booklets relating to the productions and programs of the School and its predecessors. Records include brochures, season catalogues (a series of booklets describing public programming events, 1965-1974), posters and prints. Among the records are an autographed poster signed by five members of the visiting Royal Shakespeare Companey (item 1) and 19 prints collected from the 1960s San Francisco - Berkeley, California area, including posters for performances by the Grateful Dead, Country Joe and the Fish, Captain Beefheart, and various theatre productions at the University of California Berkeley campus (file 3).

General correspondence

Sub-series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence between Blaser and family, friends, colleagues, and unidentified correspondents. Records include handwritten and typed correspondence, as well as facsimile and email correspondence. Additional material includes newspaper clippings, notes, receipts, and other textual material sent to Blaser.

Alphabetical correspondence

Sub-series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence between Blaser and family, friends, and colleagues. Material includes handwritten and typed correspondence, as well as facsimile correspondence. Additional material includes sketches, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and other textual material sent to Blaser.

Chronological correspondence

Sub-series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence between Blaser and family, friends, and colleagues. Material includes handwritten and typed correspondence, as well as facsimile correspondence. Additional material includes newspaper clippings, poems, personal papers, and other textual material sent to Blaser.

General printed materials

Sub-series consists of various materials such as Speakers' Bureau brochures, pictorial calendars, University Christmas cards, and other publications.

General course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's development and teaching of various courses at post-secondary institutions. Records include articles, lecture notes, evaluations by colleagues, brochures, syllabi, and other course material.

Sage Hill Poetry Colloquium development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's activities at the annual Sage Hill Poetry Colloquium in Saskatchewan, associated with the Sage Hill Writing Experience. Marlatt served as the colloquium's facilitator. Records include correspondence, brochures, articles, evaluations, and notes.

Women's Studies course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's development and instruction of various Women's Studies courses, as well as English courses with feminist content. Records include articles, lecture notes, student evaluations, syllabi, and other course material.

"Tradition and Modernity" course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's course "Tradition and Modernity," taught at Capilano College and Simon Fraser University. Records include articles, lecture notes, correspondence, syllabi, and other course material.

"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.

"Mother-daughter relationships" course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's Women's Studies course on mother-daughter relationships, taught at the University of Victoria and the University of Saskatchewan. Records include articles, lecture notes, correspondence, student evaluations, syllabi, and other course material.

Creative writing course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's development of creative writing courses. Records include lecture notes, student evaluations, syllabi, and other course material.

Administrative records

Sub-series consists of correspondence, contracts and notes regarding Marlatt's university job applications and the administrative aspects of her faculty appointments.

Workshop records

Sub-series consists of records relating to various writing workshops and "studio" workshops Daphne Marlatt has lead. Records include administrative records, correspondence, workshop publications, and other teaching materials.

Writer-in-residence records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's role as writer-in-residence at various institutions. Records include correspondence, promotional records, job applications, and administrative documents.

Events and reading records

Sub-series consists of Daphne Marlatt's writings, presentations, correspondence, event material, travel documents, promotional records, photographs and other material relating to readings she delivered and events she attended.

Grant applications

Sub-series consists of Daphne Marlatt's grant applications and supporting material, including photographs, biographical information, promotional articles, and correspondence.

Letters of recommendation and competition records

Sub-series consists of records relating to recommendations Daphne Marlatt has written for others and literary competitions she has judged. Records include letters of recommendation, correspondence, poems from other writers, notes, and administrative records.

Awards and honours

Sub-series consists of records relating to awards and honours Daphne Marlatt and her publications have received. They include the Order of Canada, the Diamond Jubilee Medal, and an honourary degree from Mount St. Vincent University. Records include certificates, correspondence, and brochures.

"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.

Reviews of other writers

Sub-series consists of drafts, articles, correspondence and research records relating to Daphne Marlatt's reviews of other writers.

"Readings From the Labyrinth" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the book "Readings from the Labyrinth," a collection of essays by Daphne Marlatt. Records include manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other conference material.

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