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Sheila Watson fonds

  • CA ON00389 2
  • Fonds
  • 1880-1998, predominant 1933-1998

F
onds consists of journals, literary manuscripts, correspondence, teaching and student
materials, reference materials, business and financial records; and personal photographs and objects of the author and professor of English, Sheila Watson. Also consists of collections of correspondence purchased and preserved by Watson for the purpose of her doctoral
thesis and personal interest in the painter and author Wyndham Lewis.
The Sheila Watson fonds series consist of:
1.0. Diaries, reading journals and day planners
2.0. Manuscripts and drafts
3.0. General correspondence
4.0. Publishing records and business correspondence
5.0. Professional activities materials
6.0. Student material
7.0. Teaching material
8.0. Research and reference materials
9.0. Financial and legal records
10.0. Personal photographs
11.0. Personal records, artwork and artifacts
Ephemera
12.0
ACCESS, COPYRIGHT AND PUBLISHING RESTRICTIONS
Some files have been restricted indefinitely to protect the privacy of third parties. These materials have been flagged on the file level.
Some archival materials are under publishing restrictions. In order to publish material from some files, researchers are required to fill out a detailed request form to obtain permission from the Literary Executor of Sheila Watson, Dr. Fred. T. Flahiff. As well, the Sheila Watson fonds contains photocopies of correspondence held by other research institutions. To reproduce and publish such material, researchers will be required to solicit permissions from the institutional body holding the original documents.
There are no restrictions to the material, save for some files containing personal information or third party information. However, in order to publish content from correspondence, researchers must obtain permission from the author (or their estate) or the primary institutional authority.
As well, a number of professional photographs fall under copyright restrictions.
The White Pelican editorial material sous-fonds (the records of Watson's role as editor of her
literary journal) series consists of :
1.0. Editorial Records
2.0. Financial Records
3.0. Design and printing records
4.0. Correspondence

Watson, Sheila