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Hubert Norbury fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC479
  • Fonds
  • 1945-1965

Fonds documents Hubert Norbury’s work as an architectural photographer for Farmer Construction after his retirement from the Navy in 1958 to circa 1965. Norbury’s photographs display the complete construction process, from bare ground to finished building. Also included is a folder of personal papers and photographs.

Norbury, Hubert, 1897-1969

John Di Castri fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC429
  • Fonds
  • 1918 - 2005

The fonds consists of architectural plans and drawings by Di Castri for homes and buildings in Victoria and other locations in B.C. Fonds also includes notes, correspondence, construction contracts and photographs of commissioned projects, as well as portfolios, proposals, articles about Di Castri, notebooks, and manuscripts.

Di Castri, John A., 1924-2005

Stony Brook Poetics Foundation collection

  • CA UVICARCH SC308
  • Collection
  • 1961 - 1968

The collection consists of a black portfolio containing seven cardboard sheets with holograph poems, all signed and numbered [#3 of 10 copies]. Included are: "fragment of Passages (33)" by Robert Duncan; "Dreams" by Jim Harrison; "Swan That Sings And" by Denise Levertov ; "The Connoisseur of Jews" by Jerome Rothenberg; "Poem" by Charles Simic; "Yen Yu" by Louis Simpson; and "To Do" by John Wieners. Also included is a typed letter on poetry (Jan. 1961) by Denise Levertov and a printed prospectus (Oyez) for "The Years As Catches" by Robert Duncan, which contains contributions from Denise Levertov "On Reading the Early Poems of Robert Duncan" and Charles Olson (untitled). Signed holographs issued by the Stony Brook Poetics Foundation in support of its publication program, probably during the Stony Brook Poetry Conference, at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1968.

Stony Brook Poetics Foundation