Series consists of records related to film and television productions that Duke was involved in when employed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Records include drafts of screenplays, scripts, publicity, administrative documents, and other records related to the creation and production of Duke's projects. This series contains records related to the following projects: • Zero Base Broadcast (1984) • Eye Level (1987-1988) • Les Crane Show (1964-1965) • Quest (ca. 1962) • The Insiders (19-) • Wojeck (1990)
Series consists of notes, notebooks/journals, and press clippings that are both specifically related to projects and also those not directly linked to a specific project. Topics include: • Autobiography (19-) • Savary Island (1981-2004) • BC Film (1995)
Series consists of posters, flyers, handbills, ephemera, promotional objects, t-shirts and bags, and other material publicizing art and literary readings, conferences or other projects Beaulieu was part of or contributed to. The series also includes newspaper clippings of reviews, articles written by Beaulieu and articles featuring Beaulieu and his work.
The fonds consists of records arising from Smythe's activities with the University of California, Berkeley; the U.S. Central Statistical Board; the U.S. Department of Labor (Wage and Hour Division); the U.S. Federal Communications Commission; his academic work; and from his various personal activities. Fonds includes correspondence, teaching materials, publications, research materials, reports, written testimony, reference material, and other records.
The fonds consists of records relating to the editorial, business and community activities of Press Gang Publishers. Activities and events documented include the evolution of Press Gang's organizational structure, and the separation of the printing and publishing operations; administration; collective, staff, Board of Directors and committee meetings; financial management, and grant applications; the management of royalties and rights; editorial work including manuscript receipt and evaluation; the physical production of Press Gang books; the promotion and marketing or Press Gang titles; and liaison with other feminist and publishing organizations.
Record types includes correspondence and reports; meeting agendas, minutes and supporting papers; photographs; grant applications and financial statements; contracts and agreements; manuscripts; book reviews and promotional material; photographs; and published books.
The fonds consists mainly of textual materials, including correspondence and diaries. Also present are photo albums, photographs and negatives. The fonds has been arranged into the following seven series: Personal correspondence (1934-1988), Diaries (1914-1973), Desktop diaries (1962-1973), Personal miscellaneous items (1937-1978), Photographs (1927-2002), and Outlawry of War (1921-1960).
Fonds consists of correspondence, research, notes, written works, newspaper clippings and other records accumulated by Shackleton over her lifetime. These include records relating to her career as a writer, editor and journalist, her political activities, her education, research, travels abroad and those records relating to her professional and personal relationships within organizations and with acquaintances, friends and family members. Records have been arranged into the following seven series: Writing records ([194-]-2001); Research and reference files ([196-]-1985); Education and employment records (1931-[ca. 1992]); Political records (1944-1979); Professional organization records (1983-2001); Personal subject files ([19--]-2001); and Travel souvenirs, notes, and ephemera ([196-?]-1995).
The fonds consists of records created by Duke from approximately 1946 to 2006. They are related to all aspects of Duke’s life and career. Among other types of records, the fonds includes: • Drafts of Duke's articles, essays and speeches • Personal and production photographs • Annotated working scripts of various television and film productions • Personal and administrative correspondence • Legal records, personal and administrative correspondence pertaining to the takeover of CKVU-TV • Awards • Personal notes • Journals • Press clippings featuring work by and about Duke • Ephemera collected by Duke • Audio/visual material
Series have been determined during archival processing and are primarily based on the various activities that Duke engaged in over his life and working career (see the Arrangement note below for more details about series arrangement). The series are: • CKVU • CBC • Friends of Canadian Broadcasting • Banff Television Festival • Vancouver Awards Show • General business correspondence • Personal correspondence • Essays and articles • Personal notes • Personal journals • Agendas • Personal publicity • Film and television works • Speeches • Research • Ephemera • Audio recordings • Videocassettes • Photographs
Series consists of notebooks, journals, notes and press clippings. From about 1945 to 2005 Duke made nearly daily entries in notebooks. These notebooks contain Duke’s thoughts, observations and concepts for future projects ranging from articles to screenplays, legal proceedings, housing plans and travel accounts.
Fonds consists of correspondence, scripts, screenplays, newsletters, articles, films and other records created or accumulated by Norman Klenman over the course of his career as a journalist, film and television writer and producer, and the joint owner of the CKVU television station. The records include draft and final version scripts and screenplays and related records for radio, television, and film (both produced and unproduced). Also included is correspondence, agreements and financial and project-related records of various production companies of which Klenman was a joint owner, in particular Galanty Productions Limited (Galanty Limited). The fonds also contains some personal records; these include correspondence pertaining to Klenman’s career, as well as articles and other writings by Klenman. The records have been arranged into the following six series: Personal records (2002-2010); Articles and general writings (1986-2006); Business files (1952-2004); General scripts, screenplays and related records ([ca. 1946]-2010); Television scripts, screenplays and related records (1956-2010); Film scripts, screenplays and related records (1953-2008); and CKVU records (1958-2011).
Series consists of records related to Duke’s personal and administrative affairs. This series includes: • Personal notes and memos written by Duke for family, friends and staff • Correspondence received by Duke from family, friends and business associates • Administrative correspondence received by Duke from agents, publishers and other associates • Miscellaneous ephemera collected by Duke • This series also contains records relating to Duke’s administrative affairs
Among those who Duke received correspondence from are the following: • Anne-Marie Duke (1985-2000) • Brian and David Duke (1986-2001) • Cliff Robertson (1960-1969) • David Darriff (1951) • Don Erickson (1951-1952) • Eve Duke (1961-1981) • Henry Miller (1961-1962) • Jeremy Geidt (1965-1966) • Mordecai Richler (1961) • Norman Klenman (1966) • Sir Fitzroy Maclean (1962) • Yu Hong (2001-2004)