Series 3 - Master of Arts thesis and Eglinton

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UTA 1462-B1997-0024-3

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Master of Arts thesis and Eglinton

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  • 1961-1965 (Creation)

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0.14 m of textual and cartographic records and artifacts

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(1927-2016)

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The material that Brian Land gathered during the 1962 federal election formed the basis for his MA thesis that was written under the supervision of Paul Fox. The first part of this series comprises correspondence about the thesis and a copy of its second volume, “Appendices”, that contains charts, campaign literature, buttons, and maps (some oversized), and notes for the bibliography.

The second part of this series contains the files relating to the publication, in 1965, of Land’s thesis as Eglinton: the election study of a federal constituency. Included are the author’s contract, a typescript of the text, notes for and drafts of the index, and the galley and page proofs.

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  • The buttons remain attached to the textual records.
  • Volume I, which contains the body of the thesis, is in B1993-0026/001(15)-(16).
  • For oversized material from appendices I and V (removed from box B1997-0024/003(13), see B1997-0024/005(05).
  • The galley and page proofs are in B1997-0024/004(01)-(02)

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B1997-0024/003(12)-(13), /004(01)-(02), /005(05), /006(01)-(10)

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