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2008.014 accrual

Accession 2008.014 is divided into 6 series according to format.
These are: Textual and Other Material, Photographic Material, Graphic Material, Audio Material, Video Material, and Artifacts.
The first series, Textual and Other Material, includes scripts related to Nelvana (scripts, business, legal records, development files,correspondence, personal diaries, notebooks and other production-related files). This series also includes 31 series bibles and over 500 books and periodicals.
The second series, Photographic Material, includes photographs related to the animation production process, as well as images of Nelvana staff at work and play.
The third series, Graphic Material, includes material from different parts of the production process (animation cells, backgrounds, and cleanups).
They include some of the best known and most valuable of such materials, including Tintin, Rupert, Babar and Dog City. This series also includes posters.
The fourth series, Audio Material, consists largely of commercial recordings used for research. This series also includes rough mixes for Nelvana productions.
The fifth series, Video Material, primarily consists of completed Nelvana programs, as well as different versions of productions in progress.
The sixth series, Artifacts, includes a number of promotional items (toys, stuffed animals, clothing, etc.) from Hirsh’s productions.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions, including:

The Edison Twins (Television, 1982)
Droids (Television, 1985)
The Care Bears (Television, 1985)
Babar (Television, 1989)
Rupert (Television, 1991)
The Adventures of Tintin (Television, 1991)
Eek! the Cat (Television, 1992)
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (Television, 1993)
Dog City (Television, 1992)
Tales from the Cryptkeeper (Television, 1993)
Budgie the Little Helicopter (Television, 1994)
Tabaluga (Television, 1994)
Tales from the Crypt (Television, 1996)
Franklin (Television, 1997)
Bob and Margaret (Television, 1998)
The Doodlebops (Television, 2004)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

A Cosmic Christmas (Television, 1977)
The Care Bears (Television, 1985)
Tres Estelles (Television, 1987)
My Pet Monster (Television, 1987)
T & T (Television, 1988)
Babar (Television, 1989)
Beetlejuice (Television, 1989)
Little Rosey (Television, 1990)
Ren & Stimpy Show (Television, 1991)
The Adventures of Tintin (Television, 1991)
Rupert (Television, 1991)
Eek! the Cat (Television, 1992)
Fievel’s American Tails (Television, 1992)
Family Dog (Television, 1993)
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (Television, 1993)
Dog City (Television, 1992)
Free Willy (Television, 1994)
The Magic School Bus (Television, 1994)
Tales from the Cryptkeeper (Television, 1994)
Little Lulu (Television, 1995)
Little Bear (Television, 1995)
The Hardy Boys (Television, 1995)
The Neverending Story (Television, 1995)
Blazing Dragons (Television, 1996)
Stickin’ Around (Television, 1996)
Nancy Drew (Television, 1995)
Waynehead (Television, 1996)
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (Television, 1996)
Donkey Kong Country (Television, 1997)
Ned’s Newt (Television, 1997)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicle (Television, 1997)
Franklin (Television, 1997)
Anatole (Television, 1998)
Flying Rhino Junior High (Television, 1998)
Dumb Bunnies (Television, 1998)
Bob and Margaret (Television, 1998)
Birdz (Television, 1998)
Pippi Longstocking (Television, 1997)
Rolie Polie Olie (Television, 1998)
Blaster’s Universe (Television, 1999)
George and Martha (Television, 1999)
Redwall (Television, 2001)
The Doodlebops (Television, 2004)
Spider Riders (Television, 2006)

2003.004 accrual

Accession 2003.004 is divided into 2 series according to format. These are: Textual Materials and AudioVisual Records.

The first series, Textual Materials, relates to Hirsh’s activities as CEO of Nelvana Ltd. It is divided into 7 subseries: Development, Legal, Business Affairs, Accounting, Production, Publicity & Distribution, and Photographs. This section also includes 117 pieces of original production artwork (storyboards, animation cels, backgrounds, etc.)

The second series, AudioVisual Records, includes 456 videocassettes and 10 audio documents related to the donor and Nelvana Ltd. Productions. The videos are primarily screening copies, though some document the various stages of production (producer’s cuts, alternative edits, demo reels) and others reflect Hirsh’s interest in animation from outside Canada.

2008.015 accrual

Accession 2008.015 consists of five series (determined by format), ranging between 1928 and 2005.
These are: Scrapbooks; Appointment Books; Textual Documents; Photographs; and VHS Videotapes.

The first series, Scrapbooks, consists of four oversized, handcrafted scrapbooks likely assembled by Susan Douglas. These scrapbooks document Rubeš’ European opera career, Rubeš’ North American career, Douglas’ career, and their family life.

The second series, Appointment Books, covers the period between 1955 and 2005. These include personal appointment diaries and day timers, as well as a ledger.

The third series, Textual Documents, was largely assembled by the Rubeš’ son, Tony. These files cover the period between 1928 and 2005 and include press clippings, reviews, personal correspondence, mementos, resumes, and biographies.

The fourth series, Photographs, consists of numerous publicity shots, production stills and photographs from 1940 – 2002. The subjects include fellow cast members, colleagues, and family members.

The fifth series, VHS Videotapes, includes several of Rubeš’ performances from the 1950s to 2005. These guest roles in movies and selected television productions characterize the sort of roles that Rubeš played later in his career.

Accession 2008.015 contains textual material in relating to several productions,
including:

Figaro (Live musical performance, 1948)
Forbidden Journey (Film, 1950)
Guiding Light (Television, 1953?)
Witness (Film, 1985)
Kane and Abel (Television, 1985)
Dead of Winter (Film, 1987)
Two Men (Television, 1988)
Something about Love (Film, 1988)
The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (Film, 1989)
Max Glick (Television, 1990)
Coming of Age (Television, 1993)
Stargate SG 1 (Television, 2001)
The Outer Limits (Television, 1999)
Snow Falling on Cedars (Film, 1999)
Flight of the Reindeer (Television, 2000)
Anthrax (Film, 2001)
The Republic of Love (Film, 2003)
Accession 2008.015 contains audiovisual material relating to several productions,
including:

Forbidden Journey (Film, 1950)
Lions for Breakfast (Film, 1975)
Deadly Harvest (Film, 1977)
Vandenberg (Television, 1983)
Charlie Grant’s War (Television, 1984)
The Marriage Bed (Film, 1986)
Kay O’Brien (Television, 1986)
Fame (Television, 1987)
The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (Film, 1988)
Blood Relations (Film, 1988)
No Blame (Television, 1988)
Blind Fear (Film, 1989)
E.N.G. (Television, 19891992)
Street Legal (Television, 1990)
Max Glick (Television, 1990)
Class Action (Film, 1991)
Devlin (Television, 1992)
Coming of Age (Television, 1993)
Lambchop and the Haunted Studio (Television, 1994)
The Birds II (Film, 1994)
Roommates (Film, 1995)
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (Television, 1995)
X-Files (Television, 1996)
Never Too Late (Film, 1997)
The Outer Limits (Television, 1999)
The City (Television, 1999)
Flight of the Reindeer (Television, 2000)
Stargate SG1 (Television, 2001)
Anthrax (Film, 2001)
Mentors (Television, 2001)
Tilt (Television, 2005)
Our Fathers (Television, 2005)
Appassionata: The Extraordinary Life and Music of Sonia Eckhardt-Gramatte (Film, 2006)

2006.001 accrual

Accession 2006.001 consists of six series (determined by format), ranging from 1939 to 1998. These are: Textual-Archival, Textual-Published, Photographs, Audiotapes, Audio Discs-Archival, and Audio Discs–Commercial.

The first series, Textual-Archival, consists of correspondence, scripts, call sheets, schedules, cast and crew lists, programs, and clippings. These files are arranged chronologically by genre and production.

The second series, Textual-Published, consists of music scores (most of them annotated), books, and magazines.

The third series, Photographs, consists of production stills, promotional portraits, and family snapshots.

The fourth series, Audiotapes, consists of radio air checks, pre-recorded radio programs, rehearsals, and parts of opera performances.

The fifth series, Audio Discs-Archival, consists of recordings of rehearsals, auditions and radio air checks.

The sixth series, Audio Discs-Commercial, consists of individual 12”, 10” and 7” discs, as well as LP box sets. These are primarily opera music and folk songs.

Accession 2006.001 contains textual material relating to several productions, including:

Forbidden Journey (Film, 1950)
The King and I (Live musical performance, 1951)
Rigoletto (Live musical performance, 1952)
Songs of My People (Radio, 19531963)
La Boheme (Live musical performance, 1954)
Le Nozze di Figaro (Live musical performance, 1955)
Rhapsody (Radio, 1959)
Stars Along My Path (Radio, 1961)
The Incredible Journey (Film, 1963)
The Shirley Harmer Show (Television, 1963)
The Sound of Music (Live musical performance, 1964)
Aida (Live musical performance, 1964)
Die Fledermaus (Live musical performance, 1964)
Cantando (Radio, 1965)
A European Lover (Live musical performance,1965)
Don Pasquale (Live musical performance, 1967)
Castle Zaremba (Television, 1970)
Orpheus in the Underworld (Live musical performance, 1970)
Across the Land (Live musical performances, 1970 – 1976)
Prologue to the Performing Arts (Live musical performances, 1970 – 1983)
Cosi Fan Tutte (Live musical performance, 1974)
King of Kensington (Television, 1975)
Lions For Breakfast (Film, 1975)
The Day My Granddad Died (Television, 1977)
A Night in Venice (Live musical performance, 1976)
Laterna Magika: The Lost Fairy Tale (Live musical performance, 19771978)
Seven Dreams (Live musical performance, 1978)
Lulu (Live musical performance, 1980)
Mr. Patman (Film, 1980)
Harvest (Television, 1980)
The Sound of Music (Live musical performance, 1980-1981)
The Amateur (Film, 1981)
Utilities (Film, 1981)
Your Ticket Is No Longer Valid (Film, 1981)
Play Gypsies (Television, 19811982)
Barnardo Boy (Live musical performance, 1982)
Little Gloria Happy at Last (Television, 1982)
The Persecution and Assassination Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade (Live musical performance, 1982?)
Cabaret (Live musical performance, 1983)
Labour of Love (Television, 1984)
Charlie Grant’s War (Television, 1984)
One Magic Christmas (Film, 1985)
Murder in Space (Television, 1985)
Kay O’Brien (Television, 1986)
Crossings (Television, 1986)
Edison Twins (Television, 1986)
Victor Jam Alive (Live musical performance, 1986)
Dead of Winter (Film, 1987)
Witches of Eastwick (Film, 1987)
The Kiss (Film, 1988)
The Elephant Show (Television, 1988)
The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (Film, 1988)
No Blame (Television, 1988)
Something about Love (Film, 1988)
Ariadne auf Naxos (Live musical performance, 1988)
Two Men (Television, 1988)
The Experts (Film, 1989)
War of the Worlds (Television, 1989)
Divided Loyalties (Film, 1989)
Katts and Dog (Television, 1989)
Blind Fear (Film, 1989)
Cold Front (Film, 1989)
E.N.G. (Television, 19891992)
Courage Mountain (Film, 1990)
Down Home (Film?, 1990)
Descending Angel (Television, 1990)
Life Goes On (Television, 1990)
Max Glick (Television, 1990)
Class Action (Film, 1991)
Deceived (Film, 1991)
Eric's World (Television, 1991)
Devlin (Television, 1992)
Angel Street (Television, 1992)
On My Own (Film, 1993)
Coming of Age (Television, 1993)
Maniac Mansion (Television, 1993)
The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (Television, 1994)
Lamb Chop and The Haunted Studio (Television, 1994)
The Birds II Film, (1994)
Mesmer (Film, 1994)
D2 The Mighty Ducks (Film, 1994)
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (Television, 1995)
Twelve Dreams (Live musical performance, 1995)
Roommates (Film, 1995)
Color Grey (Live musical performance, 1995)
Side Effects (Television, 1995)
X-Files (Television, 1996)
Snow Falling on Cedars (Film, 1997)
ER (Television, 1997)
The Third Twin (Television, 1997)
Never Too Late (Film, ca. 1997)
Due South (Television, 1997 – 1999)
Music From Another Room (Film, 1998)
Rescuers: Stories of Courage (Television, 1998)
Accession 2006.001 contains audiovisual material relating to several productions, including:

Jan Rubes Sings (Live musical performance, 1952)
Il Trovatore (Live musical performance, 1952)
Songs of My People (Radio, 19531963)
Parsifal (Live musical performance, 1955)
The Night Bell (Live musical performance, 1958)
The Incredible Journey (Film, 1963)
An Evening of Folk Songs with Jan Rubes (1963)
Marriage of Figaro (Live musical performance, 1964)
Castle Zaremba (Television, 1970)
Lions for Breakfast (Film, 1975)
Guess What? (Television, 1975)
The Day My Granddad Died (Television, 1977)
The Amateur (Film, 1981)
Charlie Grant’s War (Television, 1984)
Witness (Film, 1985)
One Magic Christmas (Film, 1985)
Crossings (Television, 1986)
Edison Twins (Television, 1986)
Witches of Eastwick (Film, 1987)
Something about Love (Film, 1988)
No Blame (Television, 1988)
Two Men (Television, 1988)
The Kiss (Film, 1988)
The Elephant Show (Television, 1988)
Cold Front (Film, 1989)
Blind Fear (Film, 1989)
The Experts (Film, 1989)
War of the Worlds (Television, 1989)
Divided Loyalties (Film, 1989)
Katts and Dog (Television, 1989)
Descending Angel (Television, 1990)
Courage Mountain (Film, 1990)
Down Home (Film,1990?)
Life Goes On (Television, 1990)
Class Action (Film, 1991)
On My Own (Film, 1993)
Coming of Age (Television, 1993)
Maniac Mansion (Television, 1993)
The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (Television, 1994)
D2 The Mighty Ducks (Film, 1994)
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (Television, 1995)

2009.014 accrual

This accession is divided into 2 series according to format. These are: ‘Audiovisual Material’ and ‘Textual Material’
The first series, ‘Audiovisual Material’ includes raw footage/shoot tapes, stock/historical footage, soundtrack elements, various edits/mixes, openings/logos, digital production stills, and final masters.

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:
Country Gold (1992)
Juno Awards (1989-2009)
Radio Weiners (pilot) (2002)
Canadian Idol (2004 - 2008)
Kalan Porter (2005)
Muskoka Stoneman (pilot) (2005)
Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal (2005)
In Essence (2005)
Deal or No Deal Canada (2007)
Project Runway (2007-2008)
Jon Dore Show (2007-2008)
Sabbatical (pilot) (2007)
The Nutcracker (2008)
CanWest Canspell (2009)
Tragically Hip Cinecast (2009)

The second series, ‘Textual Materals’, includes correspondence, production files, casting binders, tape logs, sound reports, scripts, contracts/agreements, budgets, still photos, episode summaries, credits, deal memos, schedules, judge’s comments, cast lists, release forms.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions,
including:
Canadian Idol – Season 3 (2005)
Canadian Idol – Season 5 (2007)
Canadian Idol – Season 6 (2008)
Deal or No Deal Canada (2007)
Jon Dore Show (2007)
Juno Awards – 31st Annual (2002)
Juno Awards – 33rd Annual (2004)
Juno Awards – 34th Annual (2005)
Muskoka Stonemen (2005)
Radio Weiners (2002)
Sonic Temple (2001)
Toronto Variety Show (2005)
Ready Or Not (1993 – 1997)
The Stone Angel (2006)
Wasaga Beach 2001 – 2003)

2008.007 accrual

This accession consists of 17 series, divided by production: ‘Are You Smarter Than a Canadian 5th Grader?’, ‘Canada’s Walk of Fame: 2006 & 2007’, ‘Canadian Idol: Season 4 & Season 5’, ‘Deal or No Deal Canada’, ‘Falcon Beach’, ‘Hatching, Matching and Dispatching: Pilot & Season 1’, ‘Icons and Rising Stars—Melissa and Rex: Let It Go!’, ‘Jon Dore Show, The Pilot & Jon Dore Show, Season 1’, ‘Juno Awards, 2006 & 2007’, ‘Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal’, ‘MuchMusic VJ Search: Season 1’, ‘Project Runway Canada: Season 1’, ‘Star Racer’, ‘The Toronto Variety Show’.

The first series, ‘Are You Smarter Than a Canadian 5th Grader?’ includes Digital Betacam, Betacam SP, and DVD recordings pertaining to the five-episode game show hosted by Colin Mochrie.

The second series, ‘Canada’s Walk of Fame: 2006 & 2007’, includes Betacam SP, Betacam SX, CDR, Digital Betacam, DVD, MPEG IMX, and VHS recordings pertaining to the annual two-hour variety awards presentation paying tribute to Canadiancelebrities. Footage from live ceremonies is combined with interviews and historic still and moving images. These two editions feature inductees Wayne Gretzky, Paul Anka, The Tragically Hip, Arthur Hiller, Alex Colville, Daniel Lanois, Jim Carrey and others.

The third series, ‘Canadian Idol: Season 4 & Season 5’, includes Betacam SP, 2” tape, Betacam SX, CD, Digital Betacam, DPD113, DV Cam, DVD, Mini DV and VHS recordings pertaining to the television show hosted by Ben Mulroney. By the time these seasons aired on CTV, the series had become Canada’s highest rated television series in history.

The fourth series, ‘Deal or No Deal Canada’, includes Betacam SP, CDR, DV Cam, DVD, HD Cam, Mini DV and VHS recordings pertaining to the game show hosted by Howie Mandel. The program, which consisted of five episodes, was aired on Global Television.

The fifth series, ‘Falcon Beach’, consists of textual records and DVD, CD and VHS recordings of the one-hour drama series featuring young people summering in the fictitious lakeside resort town of Falcon Beach. Shot in Gimli and Winnipeg Beach, Falcon Beach is a co-production between Insight and Manitoba-based Original Pictures.

The sixth series, ‘Hatching, Matching and Dispatching: Pilot & Season 1’, includes textual records and ¼ in. tape, Betacam SP, CD, DAT, Digital Betacam, DVD, Floppy disk and VHS recordings pertaining to a half-hour comedy series produced for CBC in 2005 and 2006. The program, which was set in Newfoundland, features Mary Walsh, Mark McKinney, Shaun Majumder, Rick Boland and Sherry White.

The seventh series, ‘Icons and Rising Stars—Melissa and Rex: Let It Go!’, includes Betacam SP, CD, Digital Betacam, DVD, Mini DV, and VHS recordings pertaining to the documentary about two Canadian singers (and ex-Canadian Idol competitors) Melissa O’Neil and Rex Goudie. The documentary includes footage from concerts in Brantford, ON, St. John’s, NF and Calgary.

The eighth series, ‘Jon Dore Show, The Pilot & Season 1’, features Betacam SP, CD, Mini DV, and DVD recordings of Canadian comedian Jon Dore’s 2007 show.

The ninth series, ‘Juno Awards, 2006 & 2007’, includes Betacam SP, CD, DA113, DA8, DAT, Digital Betacam, DPD113, DVC Pro HD, DV Cam, DVD, HD Cam, Mini DV, VHS and XD Cam HD recordings of the 2006 and 2007 Juno Award ceremonies. The 2006 show was held in Halifax and was hosted by Pamela Anderson. Featured performers included Divine Brown, Bedouin Soundclash, Broken Social Scene, Coldplay and the BlackEyed Peas. The 2007 show occurred in Saskatoon and was hosted by Nelly Furtado. Featured performers include Tragically Hip, Alexisonfire, Billy Talen, KOS, DJ Champion, City and Colour and Patrick Watson.

The tenth series, ‘Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal’, includes Digital Betacam and CD recordings pertaining to the program Mindtrip (hosted by Hugh Dillon). The 2005 production includes an overview of the paranormal and descriptions of paranormalrich Canadian locations.

The eleventh series, ‘MuchMusic VJ Search: Season 1’ includes textual records, Betacam SP, CD, DVD, Mini DV, and VHS recordings pertaining to the 10-episode reality program hosted by Dina Pugliese. Produced in 2007, this program features judges comprised of industry insiders including Robin Black, Kardinal Offishall and Steve Anthony.

The twelfth series, ‘Project Runway Canada: Season 1’, includes textual records and CD, DVD and XD Cam HD recordings pertaining to the first season of Project Runway Canada. The series, hosted by model Iman, features Canadian fashion designers competing for the chance to be discovered as the ‘it’ Canadian.

The thirteenth series, ‘Star Racer’, includes textual records, Betacam SP, CD, Digital Betacam, DV Cam, DVD, HD Cam, Mini DV, and DA8
recordings. The program, hosted by Canadian actor Yannick Bisson, was a reality-based competition to find Canada’s best driver. It was shot at Le Circuit racetrack in Mont Tremblant, Quebec and aired on the Discovery Channel.

The fourteenth series, ‘The Toronto Variety Show’, includes textual records, Betacam SP, CD/CDR, DVC Pro HD, DV Cam, DVD/DVDR, Mini DV, and VHS recordings. This entertainment-focused program was shot on location in downtown Toronto in four fast-paced one-hour episodes. Hosted by opera singer Measha Brueggergosman, the series featured Jon Dore, Melanie Durrant, K’naan, DJ Zahra, the Doo Wops and Kenny Robinson.

The fifteenth series, ‘Alison Birk Archive’, consists of textual records created by and/or for Alison Birk.

The sixteenth series, ‘John Brunton Personal’, consists of textual records created by and/or for John Brunton.

The seventeenth series, ‘John Murray Development Files’, consists of records created by and/or for John Murray Development Files.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Falcon Beach: Series 1 (Television, 2005)
Hatching, Matching and Dispatching : Pilot & Season 1 (Television, 2005)
Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal (Television, 2005)
The Toronto Variety Show (Television, 2005)
Icons and Rising Stars – Melissa and Rex: Let It Go! (Television, 2006)
Falcon Beach: Series 2 (Television, 2006)
Canada’s Walk of Fame: 2006 (Television, 2006)
Star Racer (Television, 2006)
Juno Awards: 2006 (Television, 2006)
Canadian Idol: Season 4 (Television, 2006)
Are You Smarter Than a Canadian 5-th Grader? (Television, 2007)
Canada’s Walk of Fame: 2007 (Television, 2007)
Canadian Idol: Season 5 (Television, 2007)
Deal or No Deal Canada (Television, 2007)
The Jon Dore Show: The Pilot (Television, 2007)
The Jon Dore Show: Season 1 (Television, 2007)
Juno Awards: 2007 (Television, 2007)
MuchMusic VJ Search: Season 1 (Television, 2007)
Project Runway Canada: Season 1 (Television, 2007)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Falcon Beach (Television, 2005)
Hatching, Matching, & Dispatching: Pilot & Season 1 (Television, 2005)
The Toronto Variety Show (Television, 2005)
Star Racer (Television, 2006)
Much Music VJ Search: Season 1 (Television, 2007)
Project Runway Canada: Season 1 (Television, 2007)

2006.009 accrual

This accession includes 13 series: ‘AudioVisual’, ‘Awards’, ‘Business Affairs’, ‘Development’, General’, ‘Legal’, Marketing and Distribution’, Photography’, Post-Production’, ‘Pre-Production’, ‘Production’, Publicity’, ‘Publicity-Posters’.

The first series, ‘AudioVisual’, includes 16mm film (including original camera negative from Ready or Not), sound elements, and video tapes (primarily Betacam SP broadcast quality tapes of preproduction material from Canadian Idol).

The second series, ‘Awards’, includes awards for a number of Insight productions.

The third series, ‘Business Affairs’, includes textual documents pertaining to several Insight productions.

The fourth series, ‘Development’, includes textual documents pertaining to several Insight productions.

The fifth series, ‘General’ includes correspondence, press clippings, and other textual records, related to general Insight company matters as well as specific Insight productions including Open Mike With Mike Bullard, Pumped, Quintuplets, Ready or Not, Stars on Ice, and Test Pattern. The series also includes artwork and posters from various Insight productions.

The sixth series, ‘Legal’, includes legal documents pertaining to the production of several Insight productions.

The seventh series, ‘Marketing and Distribution’, includes textual documents pertaining to the marketing and distribution of several Insight productions.

The eighth series, ‘Photography’, includes extensive photographic material (prints, negatives and slides of various formats) for most of the Insight productions.

The ninth, tenth and eleventh series, (‘Pre-Production’, ‘Production’, ‘Post-Production’) includes scripts, proposals, treatments, and outlines for various productions.

The twelfth series, ‘Publicity’, includes files pertaining to publicity for Insight productions.

The thirteenth series, ‘Publicity-Posters’, includes posters for various Insight productions.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Heart of Gold (Television, 1982)
Fellini and Me (Television, 1990)
Ready or Not (Television, 1993)
Open Mike with Mike Bullard (Television, 1997 – 2003)
Joni Mitchell: Painting with Words and Music (Television, 1998)
100 Years of Canadian Sports (Television, 1999)
Jann Arden: Live At Last (Television, 2000)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2003)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2004)
The Juno Awards (Television, 2004)
The Juno Awards (Television, 2005)
Falcon Beach (Television, 2005)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2005)
The Juno Awards (Television, 2006)
Comedy Gold (Television, 2006)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Fellini and Me (Television, 1990)
Country Gold (Television, 1992)
Ready or Not (Television, 1993)
Ed’s Night Party (Television, 1995)
Open Mike with Mike Bullard (Television, 1997 – 2003)
Toller Cranston: A Tribute (Television, 1998)
Sonic Temple (Television, 2001)
The Goods (Television, 2001)
Sean Cullen Home For Christmas (Television, 2003)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2003)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2004)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2005)

2014.003 accrual

This fonds is divided into 5 series, divided by format. These are: Cinefilm, Video Materials, Audio Materials, Photographic Materials, Textual Records.

The first series, Cinefilm, contains original prints in both b&w and colour. It includes home movies, newsreels, as well as Spiess’s debut film Die Thomaner.

The second series, Video Materials, contains Digital Betacam cassettes. These include transfers of commercials, home movies, and Die Thomaner.

The third series, Audio Materials, includes soundtrack elements and radio commercials.

The fourth series, Photographic Materials includes behind the scenes photos of commercial shoots, family portraits, and glass negatives by Spiess’s father, Karl.

The fifth series, Textual Materials, includes papers relating to the formation of the first accrual of the Fritz Spiess archive. It also includes several periodicals that featured work by Spiess and technical literature about technologies of the day.

This fonds includes textual, photographic, graphic material relating to a number of productions/entities/products, including:

• The Canadian Society of Cinemathographers 1957- 2007 (2007)
• Upside Down: Les Artiques (2008)
• Upside Down: Les Artiques (2011)
• Eskimo Art Film
• Fritz Spiess fonds
• “Jamaican Pumpkin”
• Karl Spiess
• Pledge

This fonds includes audio-visual material relating to a number of productions/entities/commercial products, including:

• Spiess Family German home movies (1930 – 1941)
• Die Thomaner (1941)
• Spiess Family Canadian home movies (1950s)
• Canada 100 Centennial Film
• Carling Black Label
• Eskimo Art Film
• Gulf
• Inco
• Playboy

2006.011 accrual

This fonds includes six series, divided by format. These are: Textual Material, Photographic Material, Audio Material, Video Material, Cinefilm/Cinex, and Artifacts.

The first series, Textual Material, is chiefly made up of scripts, storyboards, production files, research files, correspondence, meeting notes, equipment files, technical drawings, bylaws, cast/crew lists, contracts and proposals.

The second series, Photographic Material, represents all periods of Spiess’ career, from his early portraiture and fine art images to his industrial/commercial work to production stills documenting his cinematographic work. This series is divided into two subseries: PH.1239 & PH.610977 and PH.240609.

The third series, Audio Material, includes soundtrack production elements and music.

The fourth series, Video Material, includes high quality dubs of the various versions of the finished commercial productions, as well as production elements for those commercials shot on video.

The fifth series, Cinefilms/Cinex, includes finished release prints of the various commercials as well as a number of short films by Spiess.

The sixth series, Artifacts, consists of examples of the tools that Spiess used to teach his students, as well as mementos of his involvement with the CSC.

This fonds includes 1,635 examples of Spiess’ commercials with most of the major local
and national clients represented. Clients/Products advertised include:

7Up
AT&T
Avon
Bank of Montreal
The Bay
Black Magic Chocolates
Black and Decker Tools
Buick
Canada Post
Canada Savings Bonds
Canadian Tire
Carling Brewery
Coca-Cola
Continental Bank
Dairy Queen
Dial Soap
Canada Homes
Chrysler
CIBC
CNCP
Dare Cookies
Eastern Sound
Eaton Centre
Ford Motor Co.
General Motors Canada/GMC
Great West Life
Gulf Oil
GWG Jeans
Hitachi
HIV/AIDS prevention PSA
Imperial Oil/Esso
International Nickel
Jello
Kelloggs
Kotex
Lipton Teas
Maclean’s
Mattel Toys
McDonalds Restaurants
Micron Skates
Miracle Food Mart
Molson Breweries
Monarch Cakes
Oldsmobile
Ontario Hydro
Ontario Lottery
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Oscar Myer Wieners
Panasonic
Pontiac
Rustoleum
Sears
Sherwin Williams paint
Timex
Uniroyal
Xerox
As well there are AV materials relating to his full length film

Die Thomaner (1941)
Don’t Hurry Past: Cerebral Palsy

2012 accrual

This fonds is divided into two series: ‘Textual Material’ and ‘Audiovisual Material’.

The first series, ‘Textual Material’, consists of nine subseries. ‘Press and Publicity’ consists primarily of published articles, profiles and reviews of the band between 1980 and 2003. ‘Correspondence’ consists of communications between members of the band and their management, and between management and record companies/promoters; this subseries contains numerous letters from celebrities, and spans the period between 1985 and 2001. ‘Legal’ consists of incorporation documents, contracts, and litigation; this subseries dates from 1984 to 2000. ‘Accounting’ consists of financial statements, royalty statements, invoices and receipts; this subseries dates from 1982 to 2000. ‘Creative’ consists of lyric sheets, poetry, string charts, scrapbooks, sheet music, and artwork; this subseries dates from 1975 to 1999. ‘Memorabilia’ consists of t-shirts, bandanas, displays, promotional postcards, and other items; this subseries dates from 1986 to 2002. ‘Posters’ consists of 67 posters advertising the band and particular concerts and recordings; this subseries dates from 1987 to 2002. ‘Photographs’ consists of photographs of the band and people associated with them; this subseries dates from 1981 to 2002. ‘Miscellaneous’ consists of 40 awards; this subseries dates from 1981 to 2002.

The second series, ‘Audiovisual Material’, consists of two subseries. ‘Audio Recordings’ consists of released and unreleased studio recordings and released and unreleased live recordings (including rough mixes, alternate takes and outtakes); this subseries dates from 1973 to 2003. ‘Video Recordings’ consists of footage of live concerts, interviews, award shows, EPKs (electronic press kids), videos, television advertisements and a documentary film about one of the band’s tours. This subseries dates from 1986 to 2003.

This fonds includes textual material and ephemera relating to the following productions:

Five Days in July (Album, 1993)
Rains Down on Me (Album, 1994)
Toronto Rocks benefit concert (2003)

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

Outskirts (Album, 1987)
Diamond Mine (Album, 1989)
Casino (Album, 1990)
1991 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1991)
Intimate and Interactive (Television program, 1992)
Lost Together (Album, 1992)
Nowhere to Here (Album, 1995)
All in Time (Album, 1996)
Tremolo (Album, 1997)
Just Like a Vacation (Album, 1999)
Pine Ridge: An Open Letter to Allan Rock; Songs for Leonard Peltier (1996)
Blue Rodeo Live @ The Iron Horse Music Hall (Live musical performance recording, 2003)
Canada Reads (Radio program, 2004)
Blue Rodeo - ' Live At The Reharsal Hall' (Live musical performance recording, 2006)
Palace of Gold (Album, 2002)
The Canadian Music Vocal Project (concert recording, 2003)
Battle of The Bands 2001-2002 (Album, 2003)
Are you Ready (Album, 2004)
Much Music Big Ticket (Television program, 2004)
The Light That Guides You Home (Album, 2006)
Small Miracles (Album, 2007)
The Thing We Left Behind (Album, 2009)
Skyscraper Soul (Album, 2011)

2003.02 accrual

This fonds is divided into two series: ‘Textual Material’ and ‘Audiovisual Material’.
The first series, ‘Textual Material’, consists of nine subseries. ‘Press and Publicity’ consists primarily of published articles, profiles and reviews of the band between 1980 and 2003. ‘Correspondence’ consists of communications between members of the band and their management, and between management and record companies/promoters; this subseries contains numerous letters from celebrities, and spans the period between 1985 and 2001. ‘Legal’ consists of incorporation documents, contracts, and litigation; this subseries dates from 1984 to 2000. ‘Accounting’ consists of financial statements, royalty statements, invoices and receipts; this subseries dates from 1982 to 2000. ‘Creative’ consists of lyric sheets, poetry, string charts, scrapbooks, sheet music, and artwork; this subseries dates from 1975 to 1999. ‘Memorabilia’ consists of t-shirts, bandanas, displays, promotional postcards, and other items; this subseries dates from 1986 to 2002. ‘Posters’ consists of 67 posters advertising the band and particular concerts and recordings; this subseries dates from 1987 to 2002. ‘Photographs’ consists of photographs of the band and people associated with them; this subseries dates from 1981 to 2002. ‘Miscellaneous’ consists of 40 awards; this subseries dates from 1981 to 2002.
The second series, ‘Audiovisual Material’, consists of two subseries. ‘Audio Recordings’ consists of released and unreleased studio recordings and released and unreleased live recordings (including rough mixes, alternate takes and outtakes); this subseries dates from 1973 to 2003. ‘Video Recordings’ consists of footage of live concerts, interviews, award shows, EPKs (electronic press kids), videos, television advertisements and a documentary film about one of the band’s tours. This subseries dates from 1986 to 2003.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

Outskirts (Album, 1987)
Montreaux Jazz Festival (Live musical performance, 1989)
Diamond Mine (Album, 1989)
1989 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1989)
Casino (Album, 1990)
Postcards from the Edge (Film, 1990)
1991 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1991)
Lost Together (Album, 1992)
Five Days in July (Album, 1993)
Maple Leaf Gardens (Live musical performance, 1996)
Tremolo (Album, 1997)
1998 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1998)
Just Like a Vacation (Album, 1999)
1999 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1999)
2000 Juno Awards (Awards Show, 2000)
Palace of Gold (Album, 2002)
Beautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Album, 2003)

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

Outskirts (Album, 1987)
Montreaux Jazz Festival (Live musical performance, 1989)
Diamond Mine (Album, 1989)
1989 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1989)
Casino (Album, 1990)
Lost Together (Album, 1992)
1992 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1992)
Five Days in July (Album, 1993)
Maple Leaf Gardens (Live musical performance, 1996)
Tremolo (Album, 1997)
Just Like a Vacation (Album, 1999)
1999 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1999)
Greatest Hits Live (Album, 2000)
Palace of Gold (Album, 2002)
2003 Juno Awards (Awards show, 2003)
Beautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Album, 2003)
Daze in America (Album, n.d.)

2013.007 acquisition (Degrassi Junior High)

Fonds consists of material pertaining to three seasons of production of the half-hour television series Degrassi Junior High. The show ran from 1987 – 1989, and all 42 episodes were broadcast on CBC television. The collection consists of 148 of material spanning all 3 seasons of the show. The fonds is divided into 2 series: Corporate Records and Post-Production Records.

The first series, Corporate Records, consists of 29 boxes. These include correspondence/memos, fan mail, budgets, scripts, promotional materials, financial and banking records, sponsor files, production and continuity stills, character files, permits, legal documents, insurance documents, and music cue sheets.

The second series, Audiovisual Records, consists of 119 boxes. These include original negative, interpositive, A&B rolls, optical soundtrack, raw shoot tapes, raw audio tapes, audio stems, voiceovers, music, master mix audio, edits, various masters, and promo reels. Textual documents include sound notes/charts, editing/mix notes and credits.

The material has retained its original arrangement.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

Degrassi Junior High (Television, 1987-1989)

This fonds also includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

Degrassi Junior High (Television, 1987 – 1989)

2012.003 acquisition (the Kids of Degrassi Street)

Fonds consists of material pertaining to first four short films that grew into the series and the subsequent season of production of the half-hour television series The Kids of Degrassi Street. The show ran from 1979 – 1984, and all 4 short films and 22 episodes were broadcast on CBC television. The collection consists of 121 boxes of material spanning all episodes of the show. The fonds is divided into 2 series: Corporate Records and Post-Production Records.

The first series, Corporate Records, consists of 15 boxes. These include correspondence/memos, resumes and bios, fan mail, budgets, scripts, promotional materials, teaching aids, financial and banking records, sponsor files, production and continuity stills, character files, legal documents, insurance documents, music cue sheets, and architectural drawings.

The second series, Post-Production Records, consists of 20 boxes. These include 16 mm original negative, interpositive, A&B rolls, optical soundtrack, music, master mix audio, edits, various masters, and promo reels. Textual documents include sound notes/charts, editing/mix notes and credits.

The material has retained its original arrangement.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

The Kids of Degrassi Street (Television, 1979-1984)

This fonds also includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

The Kids of Degrassi Street (Television, 1979 - 1984)

2009.008 acquisition (Liberty Street / X-Rated)

Fonds consists of material pertaining to the production of the television pilot film X-Rated and the subsequent 11-episode series Liberty Street. The show ran from 1993 – 1995, and all 11 episodes were broadcast on CBC television. The collection consists of 157 boxes of material spanning all 11 episodes of the show. The fonds is divided into 2 series: Corporate Records and Post-Production Records.

The first series, Corporate Records, consists of 36 boxes. These include correspondence/memos, fan mail, budgets, scripts, promotional materials, financial and banking records, sponsor files, production and continuity stills, character files, legal documents, insurance documents, music cue sheets, and architectural drawings.

The second series, Post-Production Records, consists of 121 boxes. These include film negative, film transfers, raw shoot tapes, raw audio tapes, audio stems, voiceovers, music, master mix audio, edits, various masters, interview tapes and promo reels. There is also a complete set of both VHS and DVD screening copies of each episode. Textual documents include sound notes/charts, editing/mix notes and credits.

The material has retained its original arrangement.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

X-Rated (Television movie, 1993)
Liberty Street (Television, 1994 – 1995)

This fonds also includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

X-Rated (Television movie, 1993)
Liberty Street (Television, 1994 – 1995)

2008.008 acquisition (Riverdale)

Fonds consists of material pertaining to three seasons of production of the 1hour television series Riverdale. The show ran from 1997 – 2000, and all 47 episodes were broadcast on CBC television. The collection consists of 207 boxes of material spanning all three seasons of the show. The fonds is divided into two series: Corporate Records and Post-Production Records.
The first series, Corporate Records, consists of 49 boxes. These include correspondence/memos, fan mail, budgets, scripts, promotional materials, financial and banking records, sponsor files, production and continuity stills, character files, legal documents, insurance documents, music cue sheets, and architectural drawings.
The second series, Post-Production Records, consists of 158 boxes. These include raw shoot tapes, raw audio tapes, audio stems, voiceovers, music, master mix audio, edits, various masters, interview tapes and promo reels. There is also a complete set of both VHS and DVD screening copies of each episode. Textual documents include sound notes/charts, editing/mix notes and credits.
The material has retained its original arrangement.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

Riverdale (Television, 1997 – 2000)
This fonds also includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

Riverdale (Television, 1997 – 2000)

1995.001 accrual

This fonds was acquired in six separate accessions in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, and 2002.

The 1994 Accession is comprised of 5.7 m of records divided into 9 series according to subject matter reflecting the divisions that Peers maintained over his records.
These are: ‘Development of Canadian Broadcasting’, ‘CBC Pamphlets’, ‘CBC Research Monographs’, ‘Clipping files’, ‘Correspondence’, ‘CBC Publications’ ‘CRTC Papers and Documents’, ‘Applebaum-Hebert Committee, Caplan-Sauvageau Task Force’, and ‘Communications Studies, Conference Papers’.

The first series, ‘Development of Canadian Broadcasting’, includes textual records related to the development of the CBC. The series includes reports, briefs, CBC management memos, and commission submissions generated between 1922 - 1962.

The second series, ‘CBC Pamphlets’, includes published CBC pamphlets generated between 1936 – 1960 and acquired and arranged by Peers.

The third series, ‘CBC Research Monographs’, includes research monographs and other CBC publications generated between 1962 - 1964.

The fourth series, ‘Clipping files’, includes collected clippings from newspapers, pamphlets, academic papers, and correspondence generated between 1955 - 1988.

The fifth series ‘Correspondence’ includes correspondence generated between 1947 – 1989 and generally relating to broadcasting in Canada and divided into folders based on subject and recipient.

The sixth series ‘CBC Publications’ includes CBC annual reports, and other CBC publications created between 1933 - 1993.

The seventh series ‘CRTC Papers and Documents’, includes academic papers, submissions to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Communications and Culture, and other textual records related to the CRTC created between 1981 – 1990.

The eighth series ‘Applebaum-Hebert Committee, Caplan-Sauvageau Task Force’ includes correspondence, academic papers, and task force and committee submissions related to the Applebaum-Hebert Committee (1980 – 1982), and the Caplan-Sauvageau Task Force (1985 – 1986).

The ninth series ‘Communications Studies, Conference Papers’ includes a collection of academic papers related to communications studies created by various authors between 1974 - 1993.

The 1995 Accession MS 95.035 is comprised of 2.7 m of textual records divided into 6 series according to subject matter reflecting the divisions that Peers maintained over his records. These are: ‘Correspondence and Research Notes’, ‘Pay-TV’, ‘Secretary of State, Department of Communications, Canadian Heritage, Parliamentary Committees’, ‘Statements and Memoranda, CRTC and CBC’, ‘Clippings’, and ‘Articles and Papers’.

The first series, ‘Correspondence and Research Notes’ includes general correspondence created between 1967 – 1993, and research notes andsubmissions by Peers created between 1966 – 1993.

The second series, ‘Pay TV’ includes a collection of textual records related to the introduction of Pay-TV to Canada created between 1976 – 1983.

The third series, ‘Secretary of State, Department of Communications, Canadian Heritage, Parliamentary Committees’ includes textual records created between 1970 - 1994 related to various Canadian federal government bodies and committees.

The fourth series, ‘Statements and Memoranda, CRTC and CBC’ includes CRTC statements, speeches, releases, and notices; and CBC memoranda, policy statements and speeches, and correspondence. The documents in this series were created between 1980 – 1994.

The fifth series, ‘Clippings’ includes clippings, articles and papers created between 1988 – 1993 and related generally to broadcasting.

The sixth series, ‘Articles and Papers’ includes articles, government reports, and academic papers related to Canadian Broadcasting and created between 1980 – 1994.

The 1996 Accession MS 96.022 is comprised of 1.7 m of textual records related to The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting. The accession contains documents dealing primarily with the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting including documents related to the history of the organization from 1985 - 1996. Includes correspondence, Steering Committee memos and documents, and studies regarding Canadian broadcasting.

The 1998 Accession is comprised of 0.6 m of textual records related to The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting and created between July 1995 and December 1996. Includes correspondence with government and broadcasting officials, Friends of Canadian Broadcasting Steering Committee memos and documents, studies regarding Canadian broadcasting, and other related documents.

The 2000 Accession MS 00.022 is comprised of 1.2 m of textual records related to The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting and created between 1997 and 1999. This accession updates the 1998 Accession’s collection of Friend’s of Canadian Broadcasting related documentation.

The 2002 Accession MS 02.023 includes 0.8 m of textual records related to The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting and created between 2000 – 2001. This accession updates the 1998 and 2000 Accessions’ collections of Friend’s of Canadian Broadcasting related documentation.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following publications:

The Politics of Canadian Broadcasting, 1920-51 (book, 1969)
The Public Eye: Television and the Politics of Canadian Broadcasting, 1952-68 (book, 1979)
Cultures in Collision (book, 1984)
This fonds includes textual material relating to the following organizations:

The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting (FCB)
The Friends of Public Broadcasting (FPB)
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB)
RadioCanada International (RCI)
Alliance Francophone pour la Radio-télévision Publique
Canadian Association for Adult Education

2006.003 accrual

The 2006 accrual consists of three banker’s boxes holding records from 2002 to 2004. They contain mostly copies of press clippings pertaining to the organization “Friends of Canadian Broadcasting” (FCB) along with a few related government publications and some comments from the general public regarding Canadian Broadcasting.

2005.005 accrual

This accession is divided into 4 series according to format: ‘Textual’, ‘Audio’, ‘Video’, and ‘Cinefilms’.
The first series, ‘Textual’, includes a small amount of documents relating to various Galafilm productions. Much of the material (on floppy disks) consists of production and other records pertaining to the various films and Galafilm’s business activities.
The second series, ‘Audio’, includes audio elements in several formats for productions. Of particular interest are recorded testimonies of veterans who were interviewed for The Valour and the Horror.
The third series, ‘Video’, includes video elements in several formats for productions such as Fire & Ice and The Voyage of the St. Louis. The vast majority of the videos represent unused material from documentaries like The Valour and the Horror. There are also final masters for each of the episodes in the various television productions.
The fourth series, ‘Cinefilms’, includes 16mm, Super16mm and 35mm negative and positive cinefilms from a number of productions, including The Hanging Garden, Two Thousand and None, and Lilies. There are also film materials from documentary films Ted Allan and Fire & Ice.

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

The Valour and the Horror (Television, 1991)
Voodoo Taxi (Television, ca.1991)
The Last Train: Across Canada Journey (Television, 1991)
Americas 500 (Television, 1992)
Web of War (Television, 1995)
Icebreaker to the North Pole (Television, 1995)
War at Sea (Television, 1995)
Voyage of StLouis (Television, 1995)
Lilies (Film, 1996)
The Hanging Garden (Film, 1997)
Ladies of the 9th Floor (Film, 1998)
Worst Witch (Television, 1998)
Tale of Teeka (Television, 1998)
War of 1812 (Television, 1999)
After Darwin (Television, 1999)
Castro’s Gold (Film, 1999)
Road Stories for the Flesh Eating Future (Television, 1999)
2000 and None (Television, 2000)
Polar Bear Safari (Television, 2000)
Fire and Ice (Television, 2000)
Ted Allan: Minstrel Boy of the 20 th Century (Television, 2001)

2008.013 accrual

This fonds is divided into 6 series, divided by format. These are: Textual Materials, Photographs, Audio Materials, Video Materials, Cinefilms and Artifacts.

The first series, Textual Materials, consists of documents from every phase of the production process. These include: proposals for various series, treatments, synopses, draft scripts, finished scripts, story boards, series presentations, and promotional kits. Legal and financial papers are also included.

The second series, Photographs, includes a number of prints used for research and promotional purposes.

The third series, Audio Material, includes sound elements and research material.

The fourth series, Video Material, comprises raw footage, edits, masters and viewing copies of completed productions. Of particular interest is the footage shot for Hollywoodism, which includes interviews with several Hollywood directors and producers who are now dead.

The fifth series, Cinefilms, includes raw footage and elements. Some personal films on Super 8 are also included.

The sixth series, Artifacts, includes posters, clothing, props, awards and a large Canadian flag.

This fonds includes textual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Falasha: Exile of the Black Jews (Film, 1983)
AIDS in Africa (Film, 1990)
Burden on the Land (Television, 1990)
Deadly Currents (Film, 1991)
Ms. Conceptions (Film, 1995)
The Plague Fighters (Television, 1996)
Selling of Innocents (Television, 1996)
Expulsion and Memory (Television, 1996)
A Mother’s Grief (Television, 1997)
The Dancing Game (Television, 1997)\
Hollywoodism (Television, 1997)
Quest for the Lost Tribes (Television, 1999)
Scandal! Then and Now (Television, 1999)
Drag Kings (Television, 2000)
The Struma (Television, 2000)
Betrayal! (Television, 2004)
Tell It Like It Is (Television, ca. 2004)
Sex Slaves (Television, 2005)
The Naked Archaeologist (Television, 2005)
Yummy Mummy (Television, 2005)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Falasha: Exile of the Black Jews (Film, 1983)
Burden on the Land (Television, 1990)
Ms. Conceptions (Film, 1995)
The Plague Fighters (Television, 1996)
Selling of Innocents (Television, 1996)
The Dancing Game (Television, 1997)
Hollywoodism (Television, 1997)
Quest for the Lost Tribes (Television, 1999)
Scandal! Then and Now (Television, 1999)
The Struma (Television, 2000)
Betrayal! (Television, 2004)
Impact of Terror (Film, 2004)
Tell It Like It Is (Television, ca. 2004)
The Naked Archaeologist (Television, 2005)
Yummy Mummy (Television, 2005)
Sex Slaves (Television, 2005)
The Exodus Decoded (Television, 2006)
Charging the Rhino (Film, 2007)

Bliss Carman Papers

Contains an incomplete handwritten draft of April Airs: A Book of New England Lyrics (1916), which was published by Small, Maynard Publishers, Boston. The poems are primarily handwritten, as well as some previously published poems which are pasted on to loose-leaf paper. All poems are signed and some include edits or editorial remarks in the hand of Bliss Carman. Collection contains a small amount of material sent to R.T Hale, an editor at Small, Maynard, by Bliss Carmen including a photograph with a dedication to Hale, a letter and two signed copies of Four Sonnets (1916), printed by Small, Maynard Publishers.

Bliss Carman Papers

Collection of printed works with extensive manuscript revisions, partly in author's hand, and 48 photos of actresses in costume as characters from Daughters of Dawn; miscellaneous photos of Bliss Carman and others.

Allan Stratton Papers

This accession of Allan Stratton’s papers includes manuscripts for The Dogs, The Resurrection of Mary Mabel McTavish, Curse of the Dream Witch; and The Grave Robber’s Apprentice; professional files; correspondence; personal files; addenda for plays such as Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii and earlier plays; juvenilia; and other material related to his life and work.
Contains series:

  1. Manuscripts and other writing
  2. Professional Files
  3. Correspondence
  4. Personal Files
  5. Addenda for Plays
  6. Juvenilia

Allan Stratton Papers

This first accession of Allan Stratton’s papers includes a significant amount of juvenilia from elementary school to university; various play and manuscript drafts; photographs; correspondence (predominantly with family and friends); financial records; reviews; posters and promotional items from plays, as well as and other material related to his life and work, from as early as the age of 10 (1961) until 2011.

Antanas Sileika Papers

This first donation for Antanas Sileika and includes published (including Woman in Bronze,
Underground, and Dinner at the End of the World); unpublished manuscript materials; juvenilia;
correspondence; CBC Radio comedy sketch scripts; various publications he has worked on or
contributed to; and materials from the Humber School for Writers including correspondence and
transcriptions of author talks for a series called The Writing Life.

Antanas Sileika Papers

This accession of Antanas Sileika’s papers includes manuscripts for his book, The Barefoot Bingo: a memoir (2017); files pertaining to the Humber School for Writers; and research files relating to Dr. Tillson Lever Harrison.

Robert Stacey Papers

Series consists of holograph, typescript and word processed poetry. Though he was well-regarded in his lifetime as a leading expert on Canadian art, Stacey also wrote extensive amounts of poetry for several decades. This was largely done in private; his efforts in this area were a little known fact, even among close friends. Frequent switching from type to handwriting, from pencil to pen of different coloured inks, continuation of a work on different sizes of paper, indicate that wrote most of his poems in multiple sittings, in multiple locations, using whatever materials were at hand when the feeling took him. As a medium, poetry appears to have served Stacey’s inclination to play with language, a preference for description over narrative, adjective and adverb over noun and verb. Despite producing a prodigious amount of it, Stacey never published any of his poetry, on the whole, appearing to have written it primarily for his own pleasure. However, as evidenced by several items of correspondence and personal writing, as well as Stacey’s frequent editing of his poems and organizing of this material into possible collections (see Series 2), he did have some thought to publishing. Titles for poems, in many instances, are taken from first lines. Several items are written under the pen names “George Roberts” and “G.H. Roberts.”

Robert Stacey Papers

Includes research (bulk of which are copies) and writings by Robert Stacey on John Reid, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Ezra Pound and Ronald Duncan; correspondence with Ronald Duncan; extensive writings by John Reid; photographs of Ronald Duncan and John Reid, and other research material.

Chava Rosenfarb Papers

Includes drafts and proofs of The Tree of Life [Der Boym Fun Lebn]; Bociany [a novel about life in a Polish shtetl] and Of Lodz and Love; Survivors [translated from the Yiddish by Goldie Morgentaler]; address and daybooks; most of the printed manuscript of Briv tsu Abrashn; Bird of the Ghetto; correspondence with family, friends, authors, editors and publishers, including Isaac Bashevis Singer, printer and publisher Israel London, Elaine Kalman Naves, and other material related to the life and work of author Chava Rosenfarb.

Chava Rosenfarb Papers

Includes drafts and translations of work by Chava Rosenfarb in Yiddish and English; correspondence in Yiddish, Polish, German, French and English between Henry (Heniek) Morgentaler (first husband) and Chava (Ewa) Rosenfarb, 1946-1949; other correspondence, clippings and photograph of Chava with second husband, Bono Wiener.

Craig Stephenson Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1973-2016

Manuscripts, proofs, correspondence, writing for academic journals, teaching files and other material related to his life and work as a Jungian analyst and psychotherapist.

Stephenson, Craig E.

Craig Stephenson Papers

This second accession of Craig Stephenson’s papers includes notebooks, correspondence, and files pertaining to lectures, conferences, theatre, education, teaching, professional associations, and other material related to his life and work.

Craig Stephenson Papers

This fourth accession of Craig Stephenson’s papers includes drafts and other materials relating to his recent works: Anteros: A Forgotten Myth (2011), Ages of Anxiety (2016), W. H. Auden’s Use of Jung’s Typology (2016), and Possession: Jung’s Comparative Anatomy (2017). It also includes materials relating to Stephenson’s teaching positions, along with talks and lectures given at conferences in recent years. It is supplemented by a small amount of personal correspondence, as well as by documents from the Philemon Foundation, and screenplay drafts on which Stephenson worked as a consultant.
Contains series:

  1. Writing & Editing
  2. Teaching
  3. Conferences & Lectures
  4. Miscellaneous
  5. Personal Correspondence
  6. Philemon Foundation
  7. Consultant Work

Craig Stephenson Papers

This first accession of Craig Stephenson’s papers includes manuscripts, proofs, correspondence, writing for academic journals, teaching files and other material related to his life and work.
Contains series:

  1. Manuscripts
  2. Writing Files
  3. Journals
  4. Educational Programs and Certifications
  5. Festivals, Lectures and Seminars
  6. Teaching Files
  7. Correspondence + Non-Craig Stephenson works
  8. Professional Associations
  9. Other
  10. Book Reviews
  11. Research
  12. Audio-visual Materials
  13. Magazine and Journal Publications

Thoreau MacDonald Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1900-1984

The collection consists of papers pertaining to MacDonald, including original drawings and designs, along with correspondence and biographical material. These papers also include notes and drafts by Margaret E. Edison which she collected during the course of her research for her book, Thoreau MacDonald: A Catalogue of Design and Illustration (1973). A second accession includes more of MacDonald's original drawings and designs, notebooks and diaries, a small amount of correspondence, photographs and some printed materials.

MacDonald, Thoreau

Beth Follett Papers

This accession contains manuscripts, drafts, proofs, correspondence, reviews and other material related to Pedlar Press and the life and work of Beth Follett.

Beth Follett Papers

  • CA OTUTF MS COLL 00653
  • Accession
  • 1990-2012 (predominately: 1996-2011)
  • Fait partie de Beth Follett Papers

This second accession of work contains manuscripts, drafts, proofs, correspondence, reviews and other material related to Pedlar Press and the life and work of Beth Follett.

Beth Follett Papers

  • CA OTUTF MS COLL 00173A Downsview Offsite
  • Accession
  • [197-]-2009 (predominately: 1997-2009)
  • Fait partie de Beth Follett Papers

This collection, the first accession of Beth Follett’s Papers by the Fisher Library, consists of material – including manuscripts, proofs and correspondence – related to Follett’s small press imprint, Pedlar Press, which she founded in 1997. It also includes manuscript drafts for Follett’s first published novel, Tell it Slant (Toronto: Coach House Press, 2001), as well as other professional and personal material.

Judith Robertson Papers

  • CA OTUTF MS COLL 00181A
  • Accession
  • 1838-2015 (predominately: 1920-2015)
  • Fait partie de Charles Ritchie Papers

This third accession of Judith Robertson’s papers is made up of two major components: material relating to the life and work of Canadian diplomat Charles Ritchie, and material relating to Robertson’s family, and to her own work. The Charles Ritchie material includes some of his original correspondence with his niece, Elizabeth Ritchie, along with extensive diary entries (1920-1973), made while he was working abroad with the Canadian Department of External Affairs. This collection also contains a number of original photographs from the same period, featuring numerous noteworthy Canadians, along with material relating to Ritchie’s literary estate. Also included are a number of books and periodicals owned by Ritchie, as well as a number of Irish novelist Elizabeth Bowen’s published works, inscribed to Ritchie by Bowen.

The material relating to Judith Robertson revolves mainly around her work as the executor of Charles Ritchie’s literary estate, as well as around her role as co-editor of the work Love's Civil War: Elizabeth Bowen and Charles Ritchie (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2008). In addition, this collection includes correspondence and documents kept by Norman A. Robertson, Judith Robertson’s father, who also worked as a diplomat in the Department of External Affairs with Charles Ritchie.

Contains Series:
Charles Ritchie Material:

  1. Correspondence
  2. Diaries
  3. Writing and original documents
  4. Photographs
  5. Charles Ritchie’s literary estate
  6. Miscellaneous material
  7. Books and periodicals

Judith Robertson Material:

  1. Love’s Civil War
  2. Material relating to Norman A. Robertson [Judith Robertson’s father]
  3. Oversized material

Charles Ritchie Papers

Includes extensive early personal correspondence between Charles Ritchie and his mother; his brother Roland “Roley” Ritchie; his uncle Charles Stewart; Anne Maher; typescript diary drafts, 1971-1994 for publication; old family and personal photographs; other writings and various material related to his life and work

Charles Ritchie Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1838-2015

Consists of holograph notebooks, correspondence, typescript diary drafts, photographs, other writings and various material

Ritchie, Charles

Michael Redhill Papers

Includes early fiction, 1982-1991, poetry and plays: Be Frank, Heretics, Deadwait, Mr. Stern is Dead, Building Jerusalem, Goodness, literary and personal correspondence, including with many writers such as Michael Ondaatje, Margaret Atwood, Don McKay, Linda Spalding, Esta Spalding, interviews with Dennis Lee, Michael Ondaatje and Don Coles, reviews by and about Michael Redhill; publishing; drafts, editing—including Andre Alexis, Elisabeth Harvor; research for Martin Sloane, Consolation, Goodness; print; Lake Nora Arms, Asphodel, Impromptu Feats of Balance and other poetry; short fiction and prose pieces; screenplays, plays and short stories: The Covered, a screenplay written by Michael Redhill and Michael Helm, Breakthrough, collections of short stories, Fidelity; ‘The Last Resort’ film treatment and other film and television projects; material related to Brick magazine, editing and publishing correspondence and other material. Michael Redhill was the proprietor and publisher of Brick magazine from 2003-2011, and an editor from 1998-2003.

Michael Redhill Papers

Includes drafts, proofs, correspondence and other material related to Lake Nora Arms, Impromptu, What We Dreamt the Sky Was, Be Frank, Punishment, Consolation, ’A Kept Woman’, ‘Sugar Cloud’or ‘Mason of Tunica’; Martin Sloane; numerous early works and early drafts of later works; juvenilia, including animation cells for short films, ‘Atomic Man’ and others; artwork; schoolwork; audio-visual material; writing as Inger Ash Wolfe, drafts and proofs of The Calling; The Taken; A Door in the River; Ontario Film Development Corporation material; acting and directing material; personal correspondence, 1970s and 1980s; editorial correspondence: Coach House Press, Anansi Press, 1990s; and other material related to the life and work of Michael Redhill

Robert Priest Papers

This accession of Robert Priest’s papers contains manuscript drafts for his children’s book series Spell Crossed including The Paper Sword (2014), Second Kiss (2015) and Missing Piece (2016); drafts of poetry, song lyrics and articles; professional files; correspondence, and other files relating to his life and work.

Contains series:

  1. Manuscripts
  2. Other writing files: articles, poetry, song lyrics
  3. Professional files
  4. Correspondence
  5. Personal and miscellaneous files
  6. Restricted files (until 2037)

Robert Priest Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1964-2017

Includes several drafts of published and unpublished poems, lyrics, short stories and novels from the author’s youth to 2010; mockups and original artwork for books; correspondence (in particular, letters exchanged between RP and members of The League of Canadian Poets, 1980-1999); pamphlets and magazines by other poets and writers; promotional material for poetry and music events held in the greater Toronto area. Also contains manuscript drafts for his children’s book series Spell Crossed including The Paper Sword (2014), Second Kiss (2015) and Missing Piece (2016); drafts of poetry, song lyrics and articles; professional files; correspondence, and other files relating to his life and work.

Priest, Robert

Robert Priest Papers

Includes several drafts of published and unpublished poems, lyrics, short stories and novels from the author’s youth to 2010; mockups and original artwork for books; correspondence (in particular, letters exchanged between RP and members of The League of Canadian Poets, 1980-1999); pamphlets and magazines by other poets and writers; promotional material for poetry and music events held in the greater Toronto area, 1970-2010.

John Metcalf Papers

This first accession of John Metcalf’s papers includes manuscripts and correspondence with various authors for Biblioasis; editing files for the journal CNQ (Canadian Notes and Queries) and the publication Best Canadian Stories; as well as personal writing, journals, photographs and other material related to his life and work.

John Metcalf Papers

This accession of John Metcalf’s papers includes manuscripts and correspondence with various authors; correspondence with other writers; editing files for the journal CNQ (Canadian Notes and Queries) and the publication Best Canadian Stories; as well as personal writing, journals, photographs and other material related to his life and work.
Contains series:

  1. Manuscripts and other writing
  2. Publications
  3. Writers’ Files
  4. Correspondence
  5. Humber School for Writers Files
  6. Professional and personal files
  7. Photographs
  8. Journals and scrapbooks

John Metcalf Papers

This accession of John Metcalf’s papers includes personal writing; manuscripts and correspondence with various authors; correspondence with other writers; as well as journals, photographs and other material related to his life and work.

Contains series:

  1. Manuscripts and other writing
  2. Professional and personal files
  3. Photographs
  4. Writers’ Files
  5. Correspondence
  6. Humber Schools for Writers files
  7. Journals and scrapbooks
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