Series - Catalogue Planning Material

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Catalogue Planning Material

Date(s)

  • 2001 - 2010 (Creation)

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Series

Extent and medium

2.0 cm of textual records

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(1937-)

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Scope and content

Series consists of documents and correspondences related to the publication of the 2010 Donovan Art Collection catalogue. Documents include rough copies of catalogue essays, correspondences between Father Donovan and catalogue editors, and shipping addresses of artists. Additionally, the series also includes several invoices and receipts for costs of the book launch, copyright, and printing.

The 2010 catalogue is the most recent printed overview of the Donovan Art Collection. Father Donovan's essays describe the collection's beginnings, as well as the artworks' engagement with the St. Michael's College community.

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Accruals

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Series maintains original arrangement of materials as received by Father Donovan.

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Unrestricted.

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  • English

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Uploaded finding aid

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File titles transcribed directly from folders, as labelled by Father Donovan.

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Dates of creation revision deletion

Created by V Tywonek-Sobota, February 2024.

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  • English

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