Fonds reflects Barbarash’s activities relating to anarchism generally and the animal rights movement specifically, and consists of: articles, brochures and pamphlets, clippings, court documents, correspondence, personal notes, and subject files. Subjects include: animal rights, ALF, Earth First!, legal proceedings, logging, marijuana legalization, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), pro-gun lobby, trophy hunting, and the Vancouver 5.
The fonds is comprised of correspondence, drafts of writings, research notes, photocopied printed material, and ephemera (brochures and pamphlets) relating to anthropologist Harold Barclay's research and writing in the areas of political anthropology, anthropology of religion, and anarchy.
The fonds consists of correspondence to Larry Gambone and the Red Lion Press. Includes anarchist-themed leaflets and photocopies. Correspondents include Bruce Allen, Leo Baxendale, Frank Fernandez, Frank Girard, Richard Griffin, Larry Law, Mark Leier, Arthur Moyse, Peter Newell, Vernon Richards, Tom Wayman, Tom Wetzel, and Michael William.
The fonds consists of various anarchist-themed articles, booklets, pamphlets, and ephemera including stickers, postcards, posters, programmes, flyers and leaflets. Subjects include the 2010 Toronto G20 Summit, illegal immigration, poverty, the Iraq War, the War in Afghanistan, the 1988 anarchist convention, gay rights, and anti-capitalist colonies.
The fonds consists of various anarchist-themed articles, offprints, leaflets and pamphlets. Articles and offprints include copies of Anarchy & Cooperation (n.d.), Pensions and the Poor by the National Anti-Poverty Organization (1983), The Responsibility of Intellectuals by Noam Chomsky (1967), Trotsky Protests Too Much by Emma Goldman (1977).
The fonds consists of agendas, minutes, financial reports, invoices, log books, photographs, correspondence, pamphlets, Computer Hardware 4 Girls manual, Industrial Workers of the World Charter, Telecommunication and Computer Workers located in Toronto, Ontario.