The fonds consists of a collection of ephemeral material related to contemporary (1950-2000) Scottish, English, Canadian, and American poetry; personal correspondence; promotional material and clippings re Leonard Cohen.
The fonds consists of material relating to book reviews by Russell, including Russell's correspondence with Howard Gerwing and Russell's articles about George Cuomo, Robin Skelton, Stanley Cooperman, John Newlove, and Liam O'Flaherty; and, drafts of Russell's unpublished novels and short stories.
The collection consists of a typescript (printers' copy) plus a pencil mock-up of page designs for "Collected Verse Translations"; a manuscript rough draft of the poem "The book of the South West's desire for a North Eastern resting place" , with one page signed by Gascoyne; uncorrected galley and corrected page proofs for "The Sun at Midnight"; and seven semi-abstract watercolours, all signed by Gascoyne.
The fonds consists of correspondence, writings, family papers, personal papers, photographs, and printed material relating to the life and career of Edith Iglauer. Drafts of writings pertain to Iglauer’s essays for her books and magazine articles. The materials also relate to Edith’s family, including her parents, Jay Iglauer and Bertha Good Iglauer, first husband Philip Hamburger and their sons Jay and Richard Hamburger, second husband John Daly, and third husband, Frank White.
The fonds consists of minutes (1927-1948, 1955-1970) and account journal (1936-1940) of the United Services Institute of Vancouver Island for the 81-001 accession. The 1998-060 accession includes board of director's minutes, newsletters, annual files, newsletters, biographical notes, speeches and photographs.
Royal United Services Institute of Vancouver Island
The fonds consists of approximately 550 presentation drawings, sketches, conceptual drawings, working drawings, technical drawings (inclusive of blueprints), travel sketches and photographs. These include exterior and interior renderings of plans and designs for work produced in both Europe and in China. The architectural collection consists of works by Hudec and two other unknown authors. The work of Hudec is transcribed in English, German and Chinese characters. The work of the unknown authors is transcribed in Hungarian and German. There are also 2 boxes of textual records including notes, notebooks, photo albums, documents, letters, memos, scrapbooks, photos, legal records, rare journals, and newspapers clippings.
The fonds consists of Livesay's files on Canadian Literature, 1967-1974; teaching files on Canadian authors used for her Canadian literature courses, 1967-1974; and audio tapes of her interviews with various poets, 1964-1974, including Jean Crawley, Alan Crawley, Michael Crawley and Pierre Coupey, as well as a reading of poems for children by Red (Richard Stanley) Lane.