File consists of seventy seven items of correspondence between Bertram R. Davis and others regarding Portuguese author Jose Maria de Eca de Queiroz and his time living and working in Bristol. Also includes a copy of a period letter, and a note with a tribute to Eca de Queiroz. File was separated by Davis. Correspondents include:
File consists of thirty two items of correspondence between Bertram R. Davis and others regarding portraits of Southey and contemporaries. Also includes a clipping on portraits of Sara Coleridge and Edith May Southey as well as photocopy of "Breun's Manuscript Catalogue of Engraved Portraits." A glass jar of shells collected by Southey's daughter Edith May (later Warter) and presented to Bertram R. Davis by Edith's granddaughter Mrs. F.F. Boult is also included. File and shells were donated separately by Dr. Warren U. Ober in 2012. Correspondents include:
File consists of sixteen items of correspondence from others to others. Includes letters to Bertram's wife Doris and daughter Annabel as well as letters to and from colleagues, researchers and friends. Correspondents include:
File consists of nineteen items of correspondence where the correspondent can not be identified, due to a lack of name, or to illegible handwriting. Includes correspondence both to and from Bertram R. Davis.
Correspondence and reference documents related to the representation of librarians by the FAUW, including an attempt to restart negotiations in keeping with article 12.2(a) of the FAUW MOA. Other topics include the representation of librarians at the FAUW board meetings, a document titled "Librarians and FAUW: a Brief History of Events concerning Representation" prepared by Anne Fullerton; a letter to Waterloo president David Johnston from CAUT president Victor M. Catano outlining concerns regarding the replacement of retiring University Librarian [Murray Shepherd] with a staff appointment; and a printed web list of LAUW members from 2001.
Clippings and biographical information about Canadian engineer Elizabeth Gregory MacGill. Includes a clipping of The American Soroptimist article "Soroptimist of the Month: High Flying Designer", a heavily underlined clipping from an unknown publication, and a typescript biography about MacGill's life. Included is a page torn from an unknown publication with an article by MacGill about her mother Helen Gregory MacGill.
Also in the file is an incomplete manuscript letter to Elizabeth Long on Valance Patriarche letterhead from Victoria [British Columbia]. The letter may have been written by Betty Patriarche and includes details about the relationships between Helen Gregory MacGill and various families, including the Patriarches and Miles O'Reilly Jarvis, some of whom are mentioned in a biography written about Helen by Elizabeth. A typescript note included in the file to the Librarian from Elizabeth Long indicates that material regarding MacGill's biography of her mother should be "handled with extreme discretion until about 1980", may be referring to the contents of the Patriache letter.
Typescript letter from Caroline Macdonald to Mary Phelps. Macdonald, who is writing from England, recounts her plans to study theology for the autumn term at the United Free Church College in Aberdeen and outlines her views about the YWCA's [Young Women's Christian Association] presence in Japan. Includes typed note from Elizabeth Long that erroneously indicates the letter is from Macdonald to Emma Kaufman, and includes biographical information about Macdonald,
File consists of material relating to the planning of Electrohome's 75th anniversary celebrations, including an anniversary concert for employees at the Centre in the Square (Kitchener, ON) and the sponsorship of an exhibition of early Canadian decorative art at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery entitled "A Provincial Elegance".
Includes minutes of meetings of the 75th anniversary committee; correspondence (including several personal thank-you letters to John A. Pollock); memoranda (including publicity to employees and shareholders from John A. Pollock); photocopies of invoices and cheques; a contract relating to the concert venue, fliers and posters advertising the art exhibition and concert ticket sales; and other material. File probably belonged to Robert Lovell (Public Relations Manager).
File consists of correspondence and other material from Arts and Communications Counselors (Toronto, ON) regarding corporate sponsorship of an art exhibition organized by the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery.
File consists of materials created and accumulated by Tony Urquhart relating to a traveling exhibit curated by Urquhart through Gallery Stratford titled "Vimy and After : The Drawings of Walter Seymour Allward." File includes correspondence, grant information, a budget, information on printing the catalogues, and lists of works.
File consists of materials created and accumulated by Tony Urquhart relating to his solo exhibition "Ambiguous Geographies : Unearthing the Work of Tony Urquhart" originally at the Stewart Hall Gallery. Includes correspondence, an exhibit catalogue, information on an Ontario Arts Council grant, information on the traveling history of the exhibit, a CD of images, lists of images with prices, promotional materials and more. Correspondents include:
File consists of materials created and accumulated by Tony Urquhart relating to the exhibition of his works at the Niagara Pumphouse Visual Art Centre. Includes clippings, as well as seven items of correspondence between Urquhart and the gallery.
File consists of materials created and accumulated by Tony Urquhart related to the exhibit Transforming Chronologies at the Museum of Modern Art, in which his work "Summer Forms I" was displayed. Includes 11 items of correspondence, a clipping and promotional materials. Correspondents include: Gutierrez-Guimaraes, Geaninne; Perez-Oramas, Luis.
File consists of materials relating to the exhibition and sale of Tony Urquhart's works at Gallerie D'este. Includes two items of correspondence between Tony and the gallery, a sample contract, handwritten notes by Urquhart, business cards, and promotional materials.
File consists of materials created and accumulated by Tony Urquhart relating to his solo exhibition "Souvenirs: The Cemetery Landscapes of Tony Urquhart" held at the Stewart Hall Art Gallery. Includes correspondence relating to the exhibit, handwritten and typed notes on the exhibit and works, an arts council grant application, typed notes on the catalogue and a floor plan.
File consists of materials relating to an exhibit of Tony Urquhart's works at A.K. Collings Fine Art Gallery. Includes four items of correspondence for Aurelie Collings, exhibit advertising, lists of art works, financial information and a clipping.