Accession GA195 - Ken Ledbetter fonds.

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Ken Ledbetter fonds.

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SCA216-GA195

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  • 1989 (Creation)
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    Ledbetter, Ken

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24.5 cm of textual records

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Dr. Ken Ledbetter ([1932?]-1993) was a professor of English at the University of Waterloo and a writer. He joined the English department in 1966 and served as deputy dean of arts from 1968-1969, associate dean (special programs) from 1975-1981, and acting director of the correspondence program from 1980-1981. He received a Distinguised Teacher Award in 1983. He also founded several programs in the Faculty of Arts, including the English language proficiency program. Ledbetter was also a writer of short stories and novels, and his biggest success was Too Many Blackbirds (1984).

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Fonds consists of a ts. script by Gary and Ken Ledbetter, based on stories by Ken Ledbetter.

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Arranged and described, and finding aid created by Anita Streicher (2009).

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