Fonds consists of a variety of SIWITT conference minutes and correspondence from 1992-2004, incorporation records from 1985-2005, conference evaluations, financial records, and some photographs. Fonds also includes plans for public events, group outings, lobbying action correspondence, and recruitment. There are also organization newsletters, newspaper clippings, tape cassette and VHS recordings of conferences, speeches, interviews and a recruitment VHS.
South Island Women in Trades and Technology Society
Fonds consists of correspondence between Krippner, Harry Benjamin, and Zelda Suplee, as well as newspaper clippings related to transsexualism and Benjamin, and pamphlets, newsletters, and ephemera regarding Erickson Educational Foundation.
Stanley Krippner is an American psychologist and parapsychologist with an interest in transsexualism.
Harry Benjamin was a German endocrinologist and sexologist at the forefront of research into transsexualism and gender reassignment surgery. He wrote the seminal work "The Transsexual Phenomenon" (RC560 C4B46 1966).
Zelda Suplee was a colleague of Harry Benjamin and worked with the Erickson Educational Foundation.
Fonds consists of office logs, a daily record of events, 1972-1992; Downtown Women's Place Project file, 1992-1993; posters, 1987-1994; pamphlets, 1972, 1987, 1990; and several newsletters: Victoria Status of Women News, 1972-1990; Times Feminist, 1991-1995; Waves, 1978-79; and Women's Centre and Transition House News, 1974.
Fonds consists of: copies of Zenith Digest and material relating to the administration of the Zenith Foundation; the Foundation’s participation as an intervener in the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal regarding Synthia Kavanagh and the Correctional Service of Canada; and copies of the following publications:
The Partnership, by Stephanie Castle Shadows in the City, by Stephanie Castle Tales from Cascadia - Volume One, by Stephanie Castle A Tale of Two Wives, by Stephanie Castle Prisoner of Gender, by Katherine Johnson & Stephanie Castle As Much as Me?, by Margot Roberts
The fonds consists of correspondence between Stephen Cummings and various west coast artists including Chung Hung, Chien Shih, Ann Kipling, Helen Goodwin, Toni Onley. Also includes letters from Pierre Coupey, Bill Goede, Ann Hardy, Nini Baird, Dave Gilhooly.
The collection consists of a letter to an unknown correspondent in Canada. In the letter, he mentions his wartime training in Canada. He also sends him his second book of poems and requests a brief review.