File consists of photographs from the Nouwen family that were separated into 6 folders from different periods of his life. Some photographs have notes on the back identifying people in the images and locations. Folder 7 consists of framed photographs that were donated at a later point. One of the framed photographs has been unframed and placed within folder 1. Remaining framed photographs include one solo photograph of Henri Nouwen (ca. 1933) and a duplicate of P8837 from Album 16 of the Nouwen family photograph albums.
The folders were separated into the following categories:
Folder 1: Early childhood
Folder 2: Nouwen family
Folder 3: Aloysius College, Seminary, Army, Vehlen II, Holland-Anesia Rine
Folder 4: Henri Nouwen 1962-1970? Menninger, Holland
Folder 5: Henri Nouwen + others 1970-1902, Genesee Abbey, Yale
Folder 6: Henri Nouwen + others (1986-1996), Daybreak, Holland, Father
File consists of a recording of the concert. Performers : Robert Aitkin ; Maureen Forrester ; Elmer Iseler Singers ; The Orford Quartet ; Godfrey Ridout ; Steven Staryk ; John Tuttle and a Brass Quintet Event details :
File consists of three pages of annotated typescript regarding the impact of Marshall McLuhan and his use of transgression in his work. This piece may have been the script for a lecture which Watson was asked to give following the death of McLuhan in 1980.
File consists of two copies of a 185 page typescript of "The Double Hook", with sparse handwritten corrections by Watson and perhaps one other. One copy contains a title page which includes the return address "c/o Louise Riley
32 Athlone Apartments
Canada", indicating that these drafts were created during the time that Watson was living with her husband Wilfred in Calgary.
File consists of a notebook containing 27 pages of reading notes on such subjects as Marshall McLuhan, avant-garde theatre, modern poetry and literary criticism; bibliographic citations; contact information for colleagues, scholars and students; and one short diary entry for January 10, 1982.
File consists of a notebook containing 146 pages of reading notes on such subjects as W.B. Yeats, T.S. Eliot, Wyndham Lewis, art history and book reviews from the Times Literary Supplement; bibliographic citations; contact information for colleagues, scholars and students at the University of Alberta; ephemera, and two short diary entries for January 2, 1973 and February 2, 1974.
File consists of a notebook containing 64 pages of handwritten diary entries by Watson while in Canada and France, reflecting on her situation and her relationships, and reading notes in ink and pencil, three pages of drawings and several pieces of ephemera, including a draft poem "Only those who have known birds" and an reflection on "The Double Hook".
File consists of a notebook containing 172 pages of diary by Watson while in London, England, Paris, Vancouver and Toronto, including ephemera, reading notes and reflections on her emotional state, her surroundings and her attendance at plays and art exhibitions in Paris and London. Upon her return to Canada in August, 1956, Watson's entries become more sporadic and begin to focus on reading and research notes related to her PhD studies at the University of Toronto, her experiences in the city, and her correspondence and short visits with her husband Wilfred, who at this time is teaching in Edmonton. It appears Watson has excised a passage from a diary entry of July 30, 1956.
File consists of a notebook containing 72 pages of dated reading notes on subjects including philosophy, avant-garde art, mythology, and architecture; line drawings in coloured pencil and graphite; two pieces of ephemera, and two diary entries.
File consists of a spiral notebook containing 81 pages of line drawings of people and other street scenes observed by Watson while living in Paris, as well as contact information for friends and notes on various schools in Europe and Africa and her employment opportunities. Also includes four loose self-portraits by Watson in pencil.
File contains printed reports and circulars, annotated newspaper clippings, handwritten and typed notes concerning immigrant communities and espionage in Canada within Soviet and European émigré populations, including reports on the Czech, Finnish and Hungarian communities in Canada.
File contains assorted annotated newspaper clippings, reports and notes, and photocopied articles concerning various primarily Christian churches, religious groups in China and Soviet countries, and Communism.
File contains annotated newspaper clippings about Mennonites and First Nations groups and North American politics. Also includes a brief typed note on publication of Russian literature for Canadian Mennonite community.
File contains annotated newspaper and magazine clippings, flyers, photocopied articles, typed and handwritten reports and notes concerning youth events and student groups, primarily in the Toronto area.
File is comprised of newspaper clippings, photocopies and brief reports, some of which have been pasted on paper. Contents have been annotated and organized according to subject based classification scheme and include articles and notes concerning the spread of Communism and Communist relations with Canada and the USA.
File is comprised of newspaper clippings, photocopies, film catalog brochures and brief reports, some of which have been pasted on paper. Contents have been annotated and organized according to subject based classification scheme and include articles and notes about a broad array of Anti-Communist activities and responses such activities in Canada and the USA.
File is comprised of newspaper clippings, photocopies and brief reports, some of which have been pasted on paper. Contents have been annotated and organized according to subject based classification scheme and include articles and notes concerning the spread of Communism and Communist campaigns within Canada and the USA. Additional sub-themes include anti-facism, anti-monopoly, anti-police, anti-press and anti-United States campaigns.
File contains clippings and some annotations, primarily concerning artists, film and music performances and critical reception of arts and cultural production from Soviet and other Communist countries.