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" 'Miraculous Wine...Miraculous Bread': Eucharistic Motifs in the Fantasies of C.S. Lewis", June 1997.

Contains [2] p. handwritten notes, 75 p. original corrected typescript, a receipt, an invitation for submissions from Mythlore, and correspondence exchanged between Nancy-Lou Patterson and Doris Myers in Sept. 1997 relating to " 'Miraculous Wine...Miraculous Bread': Eucharistic Motifs in the Fantasies of C.S. Lewis".

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"A Love for the Land": Homer Watson House, 1994.

Contains correspondence, ephemera, handwritten notes, and clippings re an exhibition held at the Homer Watson Gallery, curated in part by Nancy-Lou Patterson, and entitled "A Love for the Land". Also includes handwritten and original typed versions of biographical note about Nancy-Lou Patterson, in addition to some photocopied handwritten and typed information sheets on exhibit pieces submitted by the participating artists themselves.

Other items contained in this file include draft manuscript and draft tss. (original and photocopied, some with holograph corrections) and final version of the guide produced for this exhibition. A calendar from the Harbinger Gallery and an information package relating to an exhibition entitled "The Power of Place" at the Legislative Building at Queen's Park in Toronto, Ont. are also contained in this folder.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"A Veil in Skilled Work": UW Gallery.

Contains correspondence, ephemera, original and photocopied handwritten and typed notes, drafts and final versions re "A Veil in Skilled Work: Liturgical Textiles of Nancy-Lou Patterson," which was one of the exhibitions prepared for the Quilt Canada 1990 conference held at UW.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"Authors in August": Brucedale Press, August 23, 1997.

Contains correspondence, ephemera, handwritten notes and original corrected typescript produced for workshop presentation, in addition to photocopied typed documentation for workshop issued by the Brucedale Press re the "Writing for Young Readers" workshop (Aug. 23, 1997) at which Nancy-Lou Patterson gave a presentation. This workshop formed part of a series of workshops ("Authors in August" workshops) which was sponsored by the Brucedale Press.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"BILLSDIS" DIRECTORY : 10ASHBIRD - BABY1

Includes correspondence, terms of reference for individual projects, reports, and other documentation relating to projects which Dendy worked on as architectural historian to the Property Restoration Branch of the Ontario Heritage Foundation between 1987-1988.

Dendy, William

"BILLSDIS" DIRECTORY : 10MACDON - 17BENARS.

Includes correspondence, a feasibility study, and other documentation relating to projects which Dendy worked on as architectural historian to the Property Restoration Branch of the Ontario Heritage Foundation between 1988-1989. This includes work relating to Benares, Mississauga. Also includes file containing information on MacDonnell House in Pointe Fortune, Ontario.

Dendy, William

"BILLSDIS" DIRECTORY : BABY2 - MANTEL12.

Includes correspondence, terms of reference for individual projects, reports, and other documentation relating to projects which Dendy worked on as architectural historian to the Property Restoration Branch of the Ontario Heritage Foundation between 1988-1989.

Dendy, William

"BILLSDIS" DIRECTORY : MANUAL - WALLS2.

Includes correspondence and other documentation relating to projects which Dendy worked on as architectural historian to the Property Restoration Branch of the Ontario Heritage Foundation between 1988-1989.

Dendy, William

"Bloody Farce" manuscript.

Contains original manuscript, 89 p., and working papers, drafts, notes of " 'Bloody Farce': Irony, Farce, and Mortality in Dorothy L. Sayers' 'Have His Carcase'."[sic]

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"Bloody Farce"...

Contains two 65 p. photocopied corrected tss. of " 'Bloody Farce': Irony, Farce, and Mortality in Dorothy L. Sayers Have His Carcase". Also includes corrrespondence (photocopies and originals) both sent and received by Nancy-Lou Patterson. Individuals with whom correspondence is exchanged include Barbara Reynolds, Editor of SEVEN, and Pamela Shade, Editorial Assitant of SEVEN, Christopher Mitchell, Director of the Marion E. Wade Center, and Christopher Dean of the Dorothy L. Sayers Society.

Also includes a call for papers (flyer) for the ACA's 1997 Annual Meeting to be held in March 1997 in Texas.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"Building with wood", 1967 (file 1 of 2).

Material relating to the publication of John I. Rempel's book, Building with wood. Includes correspondence to and from John Rempel, the University of Toronto Press and others, memorandum of agreement. Also includes a typescript (original, ca. 340 leaves in various paginations) with extensive annotations and corrections.

Rempel, John I.

"Building with wood", 1967 (file 2 of 2).

Material relating to the publication of John I. Rempel's book, Building with wood. Includes correspondence to and from John Rempel, the University of Toronto Press and others, memorandum of agreement. Also includes a typescript (original, ca. 340 leaves in various paginations) with extensive annotations and corrections.

Rempel, John I.

"C. S. Lewis: His First Hundred Years": For the Toronto C.S. Lewis Society, May 6, 1998.

Contains some handwritten notes, in addition to 2 handwritten drafts (first and second versions) with varying pagination, 1 9 p. corrected typescript (original), 1 9 p. photocopied typescript, 2 7 p. tss. (computer output), 1 with a few holograph corrections. Also includes a flyer produced to advertise the talk Nancy-Lou Patterson gave at the Toronto CS Lewis Society on May 6, 1998 entitled "C.S. Lewis: His First Hundred Years".

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"Computers Altering Education".

Contains news clipping (The Globe and Mail, Monday, 29 September 1980, p.19) focusing on the ways in which computers look set to change the face of education.

Johnston, Mary

"Davis Kills 2-Board Hope, 'No Exceptions for 1969'".

Contains news clipping dated May 10, 1968 (source unspecified). One article reports that Education Minister Davis has announced that Waterloo county will not get two boards of education at least until 1970. Minister Davis says this is because he wants one or two years experience with the new system before amending the basic county plan. Another article relates to Waterloo public school teachers' salary increases, while an additional article relates to a school site swap negotiated by the Kitchener and district school board.

Johnston, Mary

"Developing a Theme".

Contains 1 8 p. original typescript, 2 8 p. photocopied tss., and 4 photocopied 2 p. tss. of what appear to be different versions of the introduction by Nancy-Lou Patterson to the guide book produced for an exhibition of the works of Faculty and Alumni of the Fine Arts Department of the University of Waterloo entitled "Developing a Theme". Also includes a copy of the complete exhibition guide book. Nancy-Lou Patterson appears to have been one of the key organizers of this event.

3 photocopies of a clipping focusing on an exhibition of Tony Urquhart's works at the Moore Gallery in April 1987 are also contained in this file.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"Devote Time to Selves, Teachers are Urged".

News clipping (source unspecified) reports on a presentation given to Waterloo Region's women public school teachers by Carol Brooks of the Everywoman's Educational Centre in London, Ont.

Johnston, Mary

"E" logo.

File consists of three transparencies of the Electrohome "E" logo and shadow, used in the production of advertising material. Transparencies have been taped to cardboard frames.

Electrohome

"Encountering C.S. Lewis": Centenary Celebration of the Life of C.S. Lewis.

Contains materials relating to a talk which Nancy-Lou Patterson was scheduled to give at the Toronto C.S. Lewis Society entitled "Encountering C.S. Lewis". This was to form part of a centenary celebration of the life of C.S. Lewis. This event was, however, cancelled. This file includes 1 [2] p. corrected original typescript of this talk, in addition to 1 [2] p. photocopied typescript, and 2 handwritten drafts with varying pagination.

Also includes correspondence received by Nancy-Lou Patterson from the Toronto C.S. Lewis Society which includes details of the names of speakers and of the dates they will give presentations about C.S.Lewis during 1998 and 1999. Included on this list of events is the centenary celebration of the life of C.S. Lewis which was later cancelled.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

"Fathers" article : International Wildlife, 1984.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's research on mammals. Includes correspondence to and from Anne Innis Dagg.
Includes works by Anne Innis Dagg: first draft: "Just what good are fathers anyway?" (1983), ts. carbon, 19 [4].

Dagg, Anne Innis

"Harold Innis as naturalist" by Anne Innis Dagg.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's article on her father as a naturalist. Includes notes, correspondence to and from Anne Innis Dagg, draft of "Harold Innis as naturalist" by Anne Innis Dagg, (1984), 30 leaves, ts., original, and a Harold Innis Foundation newsletter.

Dagg, Anne Innis

"Infomart" Telidon : agreement.

File consists of material relating to business conducted with Infomart (Toronto, ON) regarding Electrohome's Telidon videotex systems. Includes agreements, correspondence, memoranda, and a proposal to the Executive Committee about Videotex marketing and engineering activity.

Electrohome

"Life after life".

Contains a copy of a documentary funded by the Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation, the United Way of K-W, K-W House Churches, The Mennonite Central Committee, Wilfrid Laurier University : Faculty of Scoial Work, and the Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

"Living Biographies" : Rosalind Shanks and Gabriel Woolf.

File consists of correspondence, ephemera and programme notes by James Downey re arrangements to have Rosalind Shanks and Gabriel Woolf perform in Canada. Correspondence is addressed to Downey first at Carleton University and later in his capacity as President of the University of New Brunswick.

Downey, James, 1939-

"Mennonite Folk Art of Waterloo County."

Contains proof copy and published version of the article which appeared in Ontario History after the exhibition of 1966 had concluded. Also includes correspondence to and from Nancy-Lou Patterson from Harold B. Burnham and others regarding the exhibition and the article.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

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