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"A Special Affinity: The Correspondence of Louise de Kiriline Lawrence and Doris Huestis Speirs"

Subseries contains material relating to an uncompleted book of correspondence between Louise de Kiriline Lawrence and Doris Huestis Speirs, tentatively titled, "A Special Affinity: The Correspondence of Louise de Kiriline Lawrence and Doris Huestis Speirs." It was to be co-edited Ainley and John Sabean. The subseries predominately consists of research material and correspondence relating to the writing and publishing of the book, correspondence between Lawrence and Speirs, and correspondence between Ainley and Speirs relating to travel and ornithology publication recommendations. It also contains archival reproductions of correspondence between Speirs and Roy Ivor and between Speirs and George Watson.

"Cambodia: A Book For People Who Find Television Too Slow" (1986)

Subseries consists of research material, reviews, and correspondence relating to the short story anthology, "Cambodia". Also includes published editions of the work, a manuscript for a theatrical production of Cambodia, and a script for a "Cambodia" film produced by Peter Lynch.

"Capital Tales" (1984)

Subseries contains miscellaneous notes, table of contents, and excerpts of short stories included in the "Capital Tales" short story anthology.

"Human Happiness" (2011)

Subseries consists of material related to Fawcett's 2011 work "Human Happiness", a memoir of his parents Hartley Fawcett and Rita Fawcett.

"Restless Energy: A biography of William Rowan, 1891-1957"

Subseries consists of materials concerning Dr. Ainley's book "Restless energy: a biography of William Rowan, 1891-1957." Subseries consists largely of research materials and notes on William Rowan but also includes some related correspondence, a review of the book, and a funding request and acceptance.

"Robin Blaser" (2010)

Subseries consists of material related to Fawcett's 2010 work "Robin Blaser" jointly written with Stan Persky.

"Scientists vs. Government Experts: The wood buffalo controversy, 1920-1991"

Subseries contains research materials related to a talk given by Ainley and Tina Crossfield at the 7th Kingston Conference of the Canadian Science and Technology Historical Association in Ottawa, Ontario in 1991, entitled, "Scientists vs. Government Experts: The Wood Buffalo Controversy, 1920-1990." The material appears to have been in the process of being developed into a publication. Subseries consists of articles, including an edited article entitled, "Scientists vs. Government Experts: The Wood Buffalo Controversy, 1920-1991." Subseries also includes photocopies of correspondence, photocopied transcripts of House of Commons proceedings, Microfiche Report Series #104: "Dual Allegiance: the history of wood buffalo national park," notes, and a publication.

"Sex @" Poems

Fawcett began a project in 1975 when he was 31 with the premise of summarizing his understanding of sex at various ages. Manuscripts include "Sex at 31", "Sex at 34", "Sex at 38", and "Sex at 45". These manuscripts were the basis for "Gender Wars".

1976 Christmas Cards

File consists of various Christmas cards from MPs, MLAs, and foreign delegates. Notable cards from Premier of New Brunswick Richard Hatfield, Dan Campbell and staff from Intergovernmental Relations Province of British Columbia, Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Clarence Gosse, and two identical cards from British Columbia Premier W.R. Bennet.

Acquisitions & Investments

Subseries consists of records relating to Noranda's acquisitions and investments. These records were created or accumulated by Adam Zimmerman at the Noranda Inc. (formerly Noranda Mines) corporate office in Toronto. Primarily includes files regarding various companies Noranda was potentially interested in acquiring. Also includes business proposals, correspondence, and investment fund records.

Noranda Inc.

Administration

Subseries consists of records regarding the administrative operations of the office of Minister Campagnolo. Includes information on government records management processes, documents regarding the Minister's assistants and their work, press releases from Campagnolo, and other media relations efforts through radio, television, and periodicals. Also includes drafts and copies of "This Week in Ottawa", Campagnolo's householder publication sent to her constituents in Skeena.

Administration

Subseries contains administrative records created and accumulated by Adam Zimmerman at the Noranda Inc. (formerly Noranda Mines) corporate office in Toronto. Includes correspondence, legal records, speeches, reports, and records regarding corporate relations, donations, the Noranda Environmental Committee, marketing, and other administrative matters.

Noranda Inc.

Administration

Subseries consists of administrative records relating to the Noranda Manufacturing Division. Includes correspondence, memoranda, and company reference files.

Zimmerman, Adam

Agriculture

Subseries consists of correspondence related to the Department of Agriculture and agricultural issues, particularly those of the Skeena constituency. Includes correspondence regarding agricultural programs; the Agricultural Institute of Canada; beef imports; the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency; the Canadian Federation of Agriculture; Dairy Farmers of Canada; grain elevators, particularly the Prince Rupert grain facilities; off-track betting; the Canadian Livestock Feed Board; animal health and welfare; and the BC Cattlemen Association. Also includes speeches from the Minister of Agriculture and press releases from the department.

Algoma Steel

Subseries consists of records relating to Algoma Steel Inc. that were created or accumulated by Adam Zimmerman during his tenure on the company's Board of Directors. Includes correspondence, a Director's manual, reports, Algoma annual reports, strategy and planning documents, and meeting materials.

Algoma Steel Inc.

Amateur Sports

Subseries consists of correspondence and accompanying informational material related to the amateur sport functions of the Fitness and Amateur Sport branch of the Department of National Health and Welfare. Records include copies of legislation and policy relating to sport, reports, questionnaires, newspaper and magazine clippings, newsletters, meeting minutes, brochures, posters, reference material, and speeches from Minister Campagnolo and others. Includes correspondence regarding government policies on amateur sport; the metrication of sports; Canadian hosting policies for tournaments; Canada Cup 1976; the Commonwealth Games, particularly the 1978 Commonwealth Games held in Edmonton; the Pan American Games; international ice hockey competitions, particularly at the World Cup Championships; the Arctic Winter Games; the Canada Winter Games, particularly the 1979 Brandon, Manitoba games; the Canada Summer Games; requests for financial assistance and grant applications from various sporting bodies; Hockey Canada; the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal and the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow; the Special Olympics and financial assistance for physically disabled atheletes; the effects of apartheid and racism on the Olympics; sports halls of fame; and sports award programs. Also includes alphabetical name registry files for amateur sport associations and organizations that contain correspondence and informational material related to specific groups. Contains records for Loto Canada, the national lottery that funded in part the Fitness and Amateur Sport branch, which include inquiries, complaints, and statements of opinion about lotteries from interested Canadians.

Appointments and Reviews

Subseries consists of material involved in Weller’s activity applying for, obtaining, and fulfilling the responsibilities of academic appointments (professorships, tenure, and university administrative positions), including correspondence, application materials, and annual reviews.

Articles and Chapters

Subseries consists of copies of all the articles and chapters Weller authored or coauthored arranged chronologically. Files include related material such as drafts and correspondence regarding the publication of the article or chapter. The files in this subseries were originally numbered to correspond with the articles listed in Weller's CV.

Artwork

Subseries consists of artwork by Brian Fawcett's friends and family, as well as miscellaneous printed graphic materials.

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