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Pack Train

Item is a postcard featuring an image of a John Innes painting.

Innes, John Clarke

[Incoming correspondence]

File consists of correspondence addressed to Betty Krawczyk while she was in prison. File contains: postcards, greeting cards, envelopes, handwritten letters, and photocopies of newspaper clippings. Some of the greeting cards are decorated with drawings from the senders.

Sec. 6

File consists of a print-out of an excerpt from “R. v. Askov” from the Supreme Court of Canada.

Sec. 2(b)

File consists of four print-outs from online resources regarding Section 2 from the Canadian Charter of Rights. File contains excerpts from: Section 2(b), Section 2(a), and a handbook titled “Civil Disobedience: A Legal Handbook for Activists.”

[R. v. Krawczyk research]

File consists of print-outs from four online resources and a brief statement from Krawczyk in court. File contains a copy of “Reasons for Judgment of the Honourable Chief Justice Finch” from CanLII, Krawczyk’s statement titled “Mandamus,” The Canadian Encyclopedia’s entry titled “Criminal Law,” a print-out of “British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Christie” from the Supreme Court of Canada’s website, and excerpts from an article in The Tyee called “Can You Afford Your Charter of Rights?”.

[Oral reasons for judgment]

File consists of a copy of “Oral Reasons for Judgment” from the Supreme Court of British Columbia’s case between Betty Krawczyk and Regina.

Prison

File consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and notes regarding Betty Krawczyk’s incarceration at the B.C.C.W. and preparation for trial. File contains Krawczyk’s typed statements, a print-out of an online news article from The Vancouver Sun, Krawcyzk’s outgoing and incoming correspondence, a trust account statement, a calendar page, receipts, and an Earth First newsletter.

[Scripts]

Includes scripts and planning documents for “An Outpost of Progress,” “Chuckwagon 33,” “The People of the Potlatch,” “Parade,” “Madic,” and “The Roving Gambler.”

Duke, Daryl

[Correspondence and statements]

File consists of Betty Krawczyk’s correspondence and statements from her time at B.C.C.W. file contains her open letter to the Supreme Court Justices of British Columbia, print-outs of e-mails, a photocopy of a map, and her handwritten statement read in court.

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