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Judith Rudakoff fonds

  • F0245
  • Fonds
  • 1973-2016

Fonds consists of records created and received by Judith Rudakoff throughout her career as a playwright and professor, including personal and professional correspondence, subject files, note cards related to her PhD thesis, files related to her continued work on Cuban theatre and notes, drafts, correspondence, and other material related to many of her works, among them "Interplay: Sex, Gender and Violence in Canadian Theatre," "Dangerous Traditions: A Passe Muraille Anthology," "Between the Lines: The Process of Dramaturgy," "Revealed by Fire," "The River," and "Soraab-Mirage."

Rudakoff, Judith

Accession 2003-020

Accession consists of consists of: booklets containing student projects edited by Judith Rudakoff, “Questionable Activities: Canadian Theatre Artists Interviewed by Canadian Theatre Students,” 3 vols., 1997-1998, and “Telling Tales out of School,” a series of one-person performances created by students of Judith Rudakoff’s Playwriting and New Play Dramaturge classes, 2006-2009; articles about Judith Rudakoff, 1990-2001; correspondence regarding the University of Cape Town, 2016; syllabus for a dramaturgy course, 1988; conference papers, 2006-2011; conference booklets and related documents; correspondence regarding acceptance of Judith Rudakoff’s PhD dissertation by the University of Toronto, 1983; teaching award nominations; playwriting files; issues of Toronto Free Press, 1984-1989; award notices and nominations, 1984-2015; scripts for “Not Having,” “The Straw Hat – The Musical,” “The River,” and “Home is not a place” (the last two plays written with Judith Skelton and Joseph Tisga); and files supporting Judith Rudakoff’s academic promotion, 2003.

M.G. Vassanji fonds

  • F0485
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2021

Fonds consists of research material, notes, drafts, edited manuscripts, and proof pages for M.G. Vassanji's novels, collections of short stories, and non-fiction; scripts for an unfinished television project, "The Abdullah quartet"; unpublished drafts of poems and fragments of stories; research material on politics, religion, violence, and society in India from historical and contemporary perspectives, and arrangements for Vassanji's visits to India; drafts of his articles for Maclean's on social unrest in Africa; and drafts of his lectures on writing, cultural identities, and diversity given in Canada and Great Britain. The fonds includes professional correspondence with publishers and others, copies of articles related to his work, memorabilia about his literary career, publicity material related to his writing and to awards, and correspondence regarding his work as a teacher of writing. The fonds also contains material regarding his academic and professional activities as a nuclear physicist including course outlines, notes, essays, and offprints of articles authored or co-authored by Vassanji.

Vassanji, M.G.

Norman Campbell fonds

  • F0476
  • Fonds
  • [194-]-2006

Fonds consists of records related to Campbell's work as a director and producer with the CBC and with other broadcasters. As a director, Campbell's responsibilities included those immediate to the production of an episode or program, such as directing performers and crew. As a producer, Campbell was responsible for the overall creative direction of a program, as well as the management of technical, financial and human resources. Records include copies of scripts, production notes and reviews, and files related to productions and office administration. Fonds also contains photographs of Campbell and others on sets and in production, video recordings of shows on which Campbell worked, papers pertaining to "Anne of Green Gables -- the musical," including requests to perform the musical and any modifications to the script, and copies of legal documents related to the use and licensing of Anne of Green Gables.

Campbell, Norman, 1924-2004


Series consists mainly of photographs depicting Norman Campbell, Elaine Campbell and actors, dancers, crew and other colleagues from productions on which he worked. Many photographs were taken by Campbell. Also included are some textual records that accompanied the photographs, newspaper clippings pertaining to Campbell’s death, an audio recording of an interview with Elaine Campbell, and posters.

Audiovisual recordings

Series consists of copies of recordings, many from CBC TV, of television productions relating to Norman Campbell’s career as a director, producer and composer.


Series consists primarily of scripts received and used by Campbell in his role as a director, responsible for filming or recording an episode or a program. In this capacity, Campbell would work directly with cast and crew on aspects specifically related to a particular episode or program, rather on the production as a whole. Scripts may be annotated and different versions /drafts of a given script may exist. Series also contains other documents related to directing a production, including correspondence, meeting agendas, various production related schedules, handwritten notes, completed forms and paperwork, technical drawings/blueprints for sets, and scores for music. Series further contains photographs from a set or auditions, background research into performers or production subjects (such as newspaper clippings and reviews) and copies of Campbell's contracts and work permits.

Production notes and reviews

Series consists of materials related to a production in its early or planning stages. Series includes handwritten notes, correspondence, idea files, program proposals, early drafts of production/shooting schedules and background research regarding a subject or location, such as newspaper clippings, magazine articles and brochures.

Lou Applebaum

File consists of letters to Norman Campbell from Louis Applebaum and Virginia Solomon and sheet music by Louis Applebaum.

Dutch Rhapsody

File consists of photographs taken by Dale Barnes of the actors on the set of Dutch Rhapsody.

Promotion material on Norman Campbell for US immigration : article in Time Mag.

File consists of documents pertaining to Norman Campbell’s immigration to the United States. These records include an affidavit, a letter from Leland Hayward, a letter from Peter V. Herald, a newspaper article about Swan Lake by Douglas Hughes, a CBC Times from December 1968 with Norman Campbell as the front cover, a Star Weekly magazine from May 1967, and a Time Magazine feature on Norman Campbell from December 1968.

Cinderella + Emmy award, Dec 22, 1968 : CBC TV

File consists of photographs of Celia Franca and Veronica Tennant from the Cinderella TV production by National Ballet of Canada; Norman Campbell and Celia Franca surveying a model of the Cinderella set; a photograph captioned “Linda Fletcher (one of the Stepsisters in the ballet Cinderella) relaxes during an off-moment visit with some young admirers”; and Veronica Tennant as Cinderella, Jeremy Blanton as the prince and Lois Smith as Fairy Godmother.

Photos : Norman Campbell

File consists of portraits of Norman Campbell taken by Fred Phipps, and photos of him with colleagues taken by Bob Cunningham and Christopher Darling.

TSO in China pics with NKC

File consists of photographs of Norman Campbell together with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in China as they film the “Music East – Music West” documentary and visit tourist attractions. Photos depict Andrew Davis, Maureen Forrester and musicians of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and include a portrait of three Chinese women.

TSO : Toronto Symphony Orchestra in China

File consists of an aerial photograph with a translucent overlay attached, featuring the Great Wall of China and the city of Tangshan as seen from space; a handwritten letter from Robert G. Reeves, the staff scientist at EROS Data Centre in the 1970s; and two booklets by the United States Department of the Interior / Geological Survey entitled “Studying the Earth from Space” and “The Eros Data Centre.”

Canton Hotel

File consists of photographs taken by [Kenneth] Ken Gregg (cinematographer) in 1979 for CBC TV’s “Music East – Music West” featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in China.

Great Wall (Peking)

File consists of portraits of [Kenneth] Ken Gregg and Chinese guards and landscape photographs taken by Norman Campbell at the Great Wall of China.

Shanghai Ballet

File consists of portrait photographs taken by Norman Campbell of Shanghai’s ballet company ; photographs of him meeting with the committee and visiting cultural attractions and events in Shanghai.

Shanghai Trade Centre

File consists of photographs taken by Norman Campbell of a car show at Shanghai Trade Centre featuring camper vans, and construction trucks .

Gershwin Years

File consists of photographs printed by General Photo labs in New York.

NKC plays : Jane Austen

Item is a photograph of Norman Campbell playing the piano at the JASNA TOR Christmas / birthday party in Dec. 1995.

Casting photographs

File consists of portraits of auditioning actors [show unspecified], including Avis Dockerill, Clare Stoker, Thomas Graefe, Daphne Miles-Pickup, David Kendall, Kenneth Perry, Katherine Fearn, Maria Verbrugge, Marguerite Etter, Marcel Larochell, Audrey Glass, Eva Michalak, Nona Mari, Sophie turko, Emma Lauro, Elsie Kirby, Tom Mawson, Susan Trudell, Violet Goosen, Ross Laidley, Dwila Beglaw, Ann Matthiesen, Edward Matthiesen, Edward Krautter, Indgrid Suderman, Richard Loney, Claudia Kaye, Sandra Head, Barry Stilwell, Joanne Williams, John Nelson, and Christine Anton.

Photographs from auditions and rehearsals

File includes photographs of Gail Overton, Lea Jago, Jill McNall, Janet Baker, Karen Pearson, Diane Pearson, Kirsten Campbell, Barbara Lane, Alysia Pascaris, Cindy Carey, Lisa Gothro, Beth Ann Cole, Gina Lee Dick, Lynn Griffin, Anthea Pascaris, Lesley Ann Angus, Gail Dusome, Joan Parker, Louis Vallance, Barbara Kyle, Nancy Green, and Lauri [?] Batista.

Campbell : CBC Radio Vancouver 1949-52?

File consists of photographs of Eric Nicol and Norman Campbell, taken by Jimm Kennedy, and of a picnic at CBC Vancouver Radio featuring Ken Caple (station manager), Doug Nixon (producer), Ray Whitehouse (writer and producer), Ray MacNess and Bill Good (sports announcer).

Inga Swenson

File consists of photographs of Inga Swenson and the cast and crew in the city and at the studio.

Colonel Talbot home

File consists of photographs of the Talbot estate near Lake Erie, used for the TV production “The Woman Who Came To Stay”. Included is a photograph of Ronald Hambleton, the writer of the show.

Priscilla Wright

File consists of photographs of Priscilla Wright performing a song and being interviewed. File also contains photos of a cat resting on top a television.

Assorted photographs

File consists of a contact sheet and photographs of Nick Soloviev, aerial city views, an unidentified woman and others in a studio.

The Gershwin Years

File consists of photographs of Barry Morse and Douglas Campbell as Gilbert & Sullivan, two ballerinas in costume, the architecture of the CBS television building, and St. Joseph Du Mont Royal [Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal].

Ballerina Copenhagen

File consists of photographs of Norman Campbell playing the piano and leading the audience in a song at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark, for the filming of “Ballerina” in 1962.

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