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Editors' Association of Canada

  • RC0338
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2000

The fonds consists of business records of the Editors' Association of Canada.

Editors' Association of Canada

Antonio D'Alfonso fonds

  • RC0144
  • Fonds
  • 1968-2015

The fonds consists material related to D'Alfonso's literary career.

D'Alfonso, Antonio

Jack McClelland fonds

  • RC0012
  • Fonds
  • 1904-2004

There have been twelve accruals. The first accrual (1987 acc.) consists of correspondence, arranged alphabetically, 1983-84; appointment books and day files, 1952-1986; private files, 1951-1964; administration, 1963-1985; editorial (includes author files), 1966-1982; finance, 1965-1984; marketing, 1961-1984; business files, 1963-1978. Boxes A-I, followed by Boxes 1-23, 23a and 23b.

The second accrual (09-1988) consists of materials which had been kept in McClelland's home in Kleinburg, Ont. It has been arranged as follows: personal, 1957-1987 (includes day files for 1967 and 1986-1987, correspondence, photographs, vacations); general business correspondence, 1954-1986 (includes author files); administration, 1904-1985; editorial, 1922-1986 (includes author files); financial, 1910-1986; marketing, 1940-1986; subsidiaries and agencies, 1921-1985; news clippings; awards, plaques and memorabilia, 1939-1985. Boxes 24-41.

The third accrual (03-1991) partly contains materials relating to Jack McClelland and Associates. It was been arranged as follows: literary agency client files, 1987-1990; literary agent day books, 1987-1989; correspondence concerning projected anthology, 1989; speeches and organizations, 1984-1990; Seal/Bantam correspondence, 1983-1989; Roloff Beny estate, 1978-1990; McClelland and Stewart material (includes photographs, correspondence and a manuscript), 1921-1989; personal--school, war service and family, ca. 1920-1989; personal--correspondence; personal--financial, 1952-1989; personal--realia. Boxes 42-57.

The fourth accrual (45-1992) concerns his agency and the Roloff Beny Foundation. It has been arranged as follows: administrative, 1988-1991; business; correspondence, general and author, arranged alphabetically; Roloff Beny, 1987-1992. Boxes 58-65.

The fifth accrual (20-1993 acc.) concerns his agency. It has been arranged as follows: speeches, manuscripts and personal materials, 1989-1993; personal correspondence (includes day books for 1990-1992), 1990-1993; financial and correspondence, 1989-1992; Roloff Beny Foundation, 1984-1993; author and publishing correspondence, 1988-1992. Boxes 66-74.

The sixth accrual (15-1994). Only a small amount of this material concerns the agency. It has been arranged as follows: personal files arranged alphabetically by subject (includes day books for 1992 and 1993 and manuscripts), 1992-1994; correspondence, arranged alphabetically, 1992-1994; Roloff Beny Foundation/Estate, 1984-1994. Boxes 75-78.

The seventh accrual (56-1995) has been arranged as follows: general and family correspondence, 1991-1995; book manuscripts received; writings (includes day book entries and manuscripts), 1989-1995; Roloff Beny Foundation/Estate, 1991-1995; financial, 1977-1995. Boxes 79-84.

The eighth accrual (35-1996) has been arranged as follows: literary and general correspondence, 1994-1996; writings, day book, memoirs; Roloff Beny Foundation/Estate, 1994-1996; financial, 1987-1996. Box 85.

The ninth accrual (38-1997) has been arranged as follows: correspondence, 1995-1997; news clippings, 1996; Roloff Beny Estate/Foundation,; day calendar sheets, 1996-1997; household accounts book, 1981-1985. Box 86.

The tenth accrual (09-2006) consists of correspondence, writings, financial, legal and personal documents, writing by others and printed materials (catalogues). Boxes 87-88.

The eleventh accrual (41-2007) consists of writings (mainly his memoir), correspondence, legal and personal documents, royalties, writings by others and printed materials.

The twelfth accrual (29-2008) is the Coat of Many Authors.

McClelland, Jack

Anna Porter fonds

  • RC0119
  • Fonds
  • 1972-2012

The fonds consists material related to Porter's business, as well as her writing.

Porter, Anna

Catherine Wilson fonds

  • RC0549
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2014

The first accrual (2014-042) is organized into 2 series: correspondence, which consists of correspondence relating to her publishing and business career at the above publishing houses and organizations; and personal and biographical.

WIlson, Catherine

Guernica Editions Inc. fonds

  • RC0023
  • Fonds
  • 1974-2008

The fonds contains: correspondence with authors and other agencies; typescripts and proofs; photographs and artwork; printed catalogues; and other material.

Guernica Editions Inc.

Garamond Press Ltd.

  • RC0079
  • Fonds
  • 1962-2006

The fonds consists of business records of the Garamond Press.

Garamond Press Ltd.

Writing magazine fonds

  • RC0123
  • Fonds
  • 1980-1982

The fonds is arranged into two series: correspondence and manuscripts received, and layout and paste-up materials for issues 1-5, Summer 1980 to Spring 1982. Researchers are also directed to the separate David McFadden fonds.

Writing Magazine

William Ready fonds

  • RC0313
  • Fonds
  • 1948-1982

The fonds consists of two accruals. The first accrual contains correspondence, manuscripts of typescripts of his books, articles, reviews and other writings, speeches, newspaper clippings, artwork, photographs, sound recordings and manuscripts. There are also some research notes, correspondence, photographs and news clippings, artwork, photographs, sound recordings and moving images. The second accrual (15-2005) consists of six audio cassettes.

Ready, William Bernard

Dodd, Mead and Company fonds

  • RC0210
  • Fonds
  • 1894-1976

There have been two accruals. The fonds consists entirely of Canadian authors, including among others, in the first accrual, Bliss Carman, Blodwen Davies, Philip Freund, John Murray Gibbon, Grey Owl, W. G. Hardy, Stephen Leacock and Martha Ostenso. The second accrual mainly consists of Muriel Denison.

Dodd, Mead & Company

Dianne Woodman interviews

  • RC0601
  • Collection
  • 1987-2001

This collection consists of the following audio recordings of Dianne Woodman’s interviews with leading figures in Canadian publishing.

Woodman, Dianne

David Paul Gagan fonds

  • RC0769
  • Fonds
  • 1972 [1981]

The fonds consists of two series. One series contains correspondence, submissions, photographs (both used and not used) and issue files for Canada: An Historical Magazine. The other series contains microfilms of historical research materials that Gagan used for his book, Hopeful Travellers: Families, Land and Social Change in Mid-Victorian Peel County, Canada West (c 1981). The microfilms include: Canada West census for Peel and Oxford counties, 1851; Ontario census for Peel and Cardwell counties, 1871; Peel County, Chinguacousy township, copy books of deeds, Vols. 1-13, 1820-1877; Toronto township., Vols. 1-9, 1807-1871; Toronto, Gore, Albion, and Caledon townships, abstract index of deeds, villages and farms; Brampton School Board minutes, 1873-1875; Chinguacousy township council minutes book, 1858-1867 and 1875-1887; Caledon township council minutes, 1861-1869 and 1873-1906; Caledon township Board of Health minutes, 1884-1894; Toronto township council minute books, 1844-1854 and 1873-1887; Toronto Gore township council minutes, 1857-1861, 1871-1881, 1882-1895; Mould Board Association minutes, 1888-1892; marriage registers undated; Peel county wills, 1867-. Several of the microfilms are not identified. One reel of microfilm, Denison and John A. Macdonald papers are related to the magazine.

Gagan, David Paul

Curvd H&z Press fonds

  • RC0126
  • Fonds
  • 1979-1999

The fonds consists of printed and signed ephemera issued in various series. A few leaflets and pamphlets were issued in the preliminary or "Zero Series", most of them in extremely limited runs (as few as five in some cases). The main series also began in 1979, and as of mid-1983 the press had issued over 200 items. The majority of these are small in format and the runs vary from 25 to 200. Most are printed with rubber stamps, but typesetting and photocopying are also used occasionally. There have been many accruals to the fonds, beginning in 1983 and ending in 2000.

Curvd H&z Press

Copp Clark Company fonds

  • RC0127
  • Fonds
  • 1856-1993

Researchers should note that the fonds is fragmentary and incomplete, focusing primarily on the business side of the company’s activities.

Copp Clark Company

Toronto Typographical Union collection

  • RC0720
  • Collection
  • 1981-1985

This collection consists of taped interviews, some with transcripts, of interviews done by Alan O'Connor notes, correspondence, and draft copy of his report "Real Live Type", 1985.

Toronto Typographical Union

Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited fonds

  • RC0076
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1984

The fonds contains: executive, editorial, trade, education, rights and permissions, production, promotion, translations, and miscellanea.

Clarke, Irwin and Company Limited

The Book Society of Canada Ltd. fonds

  • RC0878
  • Fonds
  • 1936-1987; 1946-1987 predominant

The fonds consists of business and administrative papers for the company, including manuscripts, correspondence, editorial decisions and promotion. It also includes files related to the Belford Distributing Company Ltd.

Book Society of Canada Ltd.

Canadian small presses, literary publishers and periodicals collection

  • RC0284
  • Collection
  • [196-]-[200-]

In contrast to mainstream publishers that distribute, sell, and advertise quality printed books, journals and newspapers commercially in standard formats, small presses are modelled on alternative forms of publishing in which writers take control of all aspects of publishing their work. Print runs are invariably small and difficult to find. Works that are printed are often experimental in nature and embody a literary aesthetic. In Canada the small press movement flourished especially in the 1960s as an outgrowth of the literary renaissance of that time. Some small presses from that era such as Coach House Press, Oberon Press, and House of Anansi are now considered to be mainstream.

This collection consists of catalogues, announcements, and ephemera from approximately 245 small presses in Canada. Several presses in this collection such as Broadview Press and Red Deer College are academic in nature.

Seripress

  • RC0348
  • Fonds
  • 1972-1981

The fonds contains published titles, unpublished material, correspondence, business correspondence, reviews, advertising flyers and short lists, business records.

Seripress

Canadian Fiction Magazine

  • RC0192
  • Fonds
  • 1971-1997

The fonds covers details of the magazines production and editing, interviews, correspondence, administrative and financial information, plus photographs, sound recording and other media.

Canadian Fiction Magazine

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