Fonds consists of certificates and diplomas of Provincial Normal School military physical training and University of British Columbia degrees; typescripts of song lyrics and poems presented at a reception held in Victoria in honour of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dee, 1966.
The fonds consists of tapes of student teachers' practica and instruction tapes on the i.t.a. method of phonetic spelling; original typescript draft with holograph revisions and printer's instructions, including original art work; booklet, two long-playing records and two film strips used as part of teachers' course in writing i.t.a.
The fonds consists of manuscripts of poetry, 1969-74; research files relating to Richard Aldington (including copies of Aldington correspondence), 1912-86; research files relating to James K. Baxter, a New Zealand poet, 1968-76; correspondence with publishers, 1964-79; UVic course notes, 1981-1988; files of the Committee on Alternatives for British Columbia, 1983-85; and files of the UVic End the Arms Race Committee, 1983-86.
The fonds consists of 3 drafts of manuscripts, and 11 prints. The manuscripts include: "The Adventures of Felix," 1993; an unedited version of "Practice of Technology," 1995; and "Wise dwelling: transitions from modern to ecological paradigms: narrative connections to harmony, diversity and depth," 1999. The prints were designed by Jenus Friesen for Drengson's publication Doc Forest and Blue Mountain Ecostery, published in 1993.
Fonds documents Drury's journalism career, and consists of files relating to journalism, 1943-1958; subject files, 1944-62; the Empire Press Union, 1941, 1946; and the United Nations Conference on International Organization, 1944-45.
The fonds consists of monographs, scientific articles, newspaper clippings, letters, slides, photographic prints, moving images, maps and other documents. The records are arranged in 3 series, reflecting Ellis's research and teaching interests: Environmental assessments, 1969-1997; Underwater Photography of salmon, 1957-1963; Arctic Research 1952-1967.
The fonds consists of correspondence from 1953; incomplete set of minutes, 1954-1988; newsletters, annual and president's reports; photographs, including cruise photograph album; and several private pocket calendars.
The fonds consists primarily of drafts and research materials used to write his book "Frontier Theatre: A History of Nineteenth Century Theatrical Entertainment in the Canadian Far West and Alaska", published in 1982. Fonds includes musical scores and librettos, programs, photographs, scrapbook and four unpublished plays: "Murder Pattern," 1936; "Ascend as the Sun"; "Earth Song", by Herman Voaden; and "The Dragon", by Bertram Brooker.
Fonds consists of the following series: Logbooks, 1979-94; Minutes and agenda, 1979-98; Correspondence, 1975-97; Subject files, 1981-97; Synoptic journals, 1988-97; Month-end reports, 1995-97; Record of deposits, 1988-1996; Year-end reports, 1991-96; Day-end sheets, 1992-1996; 3 audiocassettes, including an interview with C.B.C. re: Canada Customs seizing two comic books; a display entitled, "In the beginning, 1975...", and the Everywoman's Book stained glass window sign.