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Tundra Books fonds

  • CA RBD MSG 925
  • Collection
  • 1967-1997

The Tundra Books fonds contains a collection of archival records documenting Tundra's publishing history. It includes correspondence with Tundra authors and artists, most notably with William Kurelek. Parts of the archival material document the development and production of each title and May Cutler's dealings with government and funding agencies. The archival materials document a significant chapter in Canadian post-war publishing history.

Tundra Books (Firm)

Ann Diamond fonds

  • CA RBD MSG 1353
  • Fonds
  • between approximately 1975 and 1994

The fonds consists of Ann Diamond's manuscripts and literary archives.

Diamond, Ann, 1951-

Dorothy Duncan fonds

  • CA RBD MSG 698
  • Fonds
  • 1907-1972, predominant 1930-1957

The fonds documents Dorothy Duncan’s personal and professional activities as an American-born Canadian writer and painter, primarily between 1930 and her death in 1957. Duncan’s career as a writer is represented by scrapbooks, clippings, and photographs related to her published works, two unpublished manuscripts, and contracts and correspondence with publishers and her literary agent in New York. Her activities as a painter are documented in clippings, lists of paintings, and contracts with art galleries. The fonds also contains personal correspondence, including letters from friends, family, fans, and a significant number of letters from her husband, Hugh MacLennan. Duncan’s notebooks and diaries also attest to her personal and professional activities. They document her early adulthood in Illinois and her later life in Montreal, and include notes, agendas, and a ledger. The fonds also contains two albums of personal photographs.

Duncan, Dorothy

Letter to George Armstrong, November 23, 1914

Letter to George Armstrong from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. He has urged Keogh to take (McGill) unit as soon as possible. Mentions that there are difficulties, as the question of holding the coast is still doubtful. Mentions that he has looked at the photographs of atrocities and of mutilations and has asked in the hospitals about it, nothing gets closer to what this damned third person has advanced. He would like to mutilate personally the author. His opinion is that there have been probably atrocities, particularly in the sack of Louvain, but thinks that it has been grossly exaggerated

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

France Gagnon Pratte

  • CA CAC 66
  • Fonds
  • 1986-1994

The fonds contains photographs, drawings, textual records, and other material used by France Gagnon Pratte as the basis for her 1987 book, "Country Houses for Montrealers, 1892 - 1924: The Architecture of E. and W.S. Maxwell". There are also records related to a book project on the architecture associated with the Canadian Pacific Railway Line.

Gagnon Pratte, France

Bland, LeMoyne, Shine

"Architectural Drawings, 1968-72, 138 drawings." Four projects include drawings, the majority document the design for offices and laboratories for the Bell Northern Research Company in Ottawa (1971-2); other drawings concern a proposal for the Canadian Chancery Building in Accra, Ghana (1969), a proposal for the Government of Canada's official residence in Dakar, Senegal (1970) and a new entrance to Redpath Hall, McGill University (1968).
"Photographs, 1971-2, 32 photographs." The project for offices and laboratories for Bell Northern Research contains photographs.
"Professional Papers, 1970, 6 cm." A project for the campus of the University of Windsor contains a planning report and a proposed extension to the Faculty Club of McGill University also contains a report.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1968-1972, 138 dessins." Quatre projets sont documentés par des dessins, dont la plupart se rapportent au projet de bureaux et de laboratoires commandés par la société Bell Northern Research à Ottawa (1971-1972); d'autres dessins se rapportent à une proposition d'immeuble pour la chancellerie canadienne à Accra, Ghana (1969), à une proposition de résidence officielle du gouvernement canadien à Dakar, Sénégal (1970), et à une nouvelle entrée pour la salle Redpath de l'Université McGill (1964).
"Photographies, 1971-1972, 32 photos." Le projet de bureaux et de laboratoires de Bell Northern Research est documenté par des photos.
"Documents professionnels, 1970, 6 an." Un projet pour le campus de l'Université de Windsor s'assortit d'un rapport de planification et une proposition d'annexe au Cercle universitaire de l'Université McGill est aussi assorti d'un rapport.

Bland, LeMoyne, Shine architectes

Bland, Lemoyne, Shine, Lacroix

"Architectural Drawings, 1970-81, 94 drawings." The majority of the drawings concern the design for a master plan for the Forillon National Park in Gaspé, PQ (1970); other drawings document the design for a house for John Bland, Jr, in Ste. Anne-de-Bellevue (1976), offices for Bell Northern Research in Ottawa (1975-81) and a library for the University of Windsor (1971).
"Professional Papers, 1970-7, 9 cm." Papers relating to the master plan for the Forillon National Park and a feasibility study for proposed modifications to the property of J. W. McConnell (1977) are found in the CAC.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1970-1981, 94 dessins." La plupart des dessins se rapporte au plan d'ensemble du Parc national de Forillon à Gaspé (Québec) (1970); d'autres dessins documentent le plan d'une maison pour John Bland fils à Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (1976), des bureaux pour Bell Northern Research à Ottawa (1975-1981) et une bibliothèque pour l'Université de Windsor (1971).
"Documents professionnels, 1970-1977, 9 cm." La CAC possède des documents qui se rapportent au plan d'ensemble du Parc national de Forillon ainsi qu'une étude de faisabilité pour une proposition de modifications à la propriété de J. W. McConnell (1977).

Bland, LeMoyne, Shine, Lacroix architectes

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