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1983-003

Accession contains administrative records of the Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee and Cultural Affairs, papers relating to Applebaum's career as a composer and administrator, audio tapes of music by Applebaum, and video tapes of the 'Arthur Miller Special'.

1985-006

Accession consists of scores and scripts pertaining to the production of 'The National Dream.'

1989-018

Accession consists of scores, correspondence, papers, speeches and reports, scripts, subject files and clippings predominantly pertaining to Stratford and CBC productions, and the Federal Cultural Policy Review Committee and Cultural Affairs.

1991-015

The accession consists of 19 boxes of records. 8 series were established: Subject Files: Correspondence & Clippings, Manuscripts, Audio Tapes, Slides, Videos, Photographs and Framed Material, Posters-Paintings-Scrapbooks, Cartographic Materials.

The first two series, Subject Files and Manuscripts were arranged in file folders entitled by Prof. Pollock. The original order was kept and the documents were put into acid neutral file folders and titles were transcribed verbatim. Manuscripts include Pollock's novel Gabriel, plays, poems and the unpublished After the funferal and Soviet journal.

Audio tapes of interviews conducted by Prof. Pollock were not in any particular order. An effort was made to put the related ones together and the titles assigned by Harry J. Pollock were maintained. There are also audio tapes of music for his plays

Slides consist of those that Prof. Pollock used in the plays Night Boat from Dublin and Giacomo de Trieste, these were removed from the boxes and slide carousels and placed in archival slide sheaths. They are listed by play tittle in the original sequence in which they were shown. Duplicate and additional slides are listed according to subject. Titles given by Harry J. Pollock were kept.
The three videocassettes include one entitled Portrait of the artist-is there one who understands me? and two of Japan.

1991-032

Pollock's interests including, James Joyce and Temple Sinai. Most of the file titles in this series were simply transferred from there original folders. The rest of the material in this series came from one file which had no detectable order. This file was sorted by subject, the subject headings were used as file titles.

Two photographs included in this accession make up series 2. One of the photographs was removed from its frame, it is included with its frame backing.

1992-027

The series of correspondence and clippings relate to Pollock's many interests, particularly in Temple Sinai, the James Joyce Society, and travel. The manuscripts are of plays that he wrote and directed, including multiple copies annotated for different purposes. Published material consists of 9 volumes of Thom's Directory (1852-1950) and one volume of The Dublin Almanac and General Register of Ireland (1847). The 15 watercolour paintings are by Jane Golden.

2000-009

Consists of records documenting Applebaum's work as a composer, and with numerous organizations including the Canada Council, SOCAN, the Ontairo Arts Council and CAPAC. Records include correspondence, musical scores, sound recording, audio-visual records, printed material, financial records, collected reports and other material. These records document the theatrical music composition process, as well as the roles of arts administration and advocacy, and together with the balance of the Applebaum fonds, support teaching and research in various aspects of film, theatre, and music studies.

2002-003

Accession consists of correspondence, programs and musical scores for several Stratford productions, annotated copies of a number of Shakespeare plays, audio recordings of performances of Applebaum's works and recordings of CBC radio programs on which Applebaum was featured as a guest.

2002-012

Accession consists of certificates and awards honouring Applebaum, and posters from the Stratford Festival.

Accession 1977-004

Accession consists of a manuscript of Bakan’s book, “Freud and the tradition of Jewish mysticism,” (1957), which includes handwritten changes to the typescript in pencil and ink.

Accession 1980-003

Accession consists of a typescript copy of “And they took themselves wives: the emergence of patriarchy in western civilization,” (1979). It has been copy-edited, showing/the editorial work of more than one hand, as well as handwritten additions to the text.

Accession 1995-028

Accession consists of Bruce Allen Powe's diaries, personal correspondence and correspondence, writings, and other files relating to provincial Liberal politics (1960-1965), journals, his M.A. thesis and research files. There are manuscript drafts for his works "The Ice Eaters," "Expresso 67," "The Mounties Always Gets His," "Killing Ground," "The Last Days of the American Empire", "The Aberhart Summer", and other writings along with related correspondence. Also included are manuscripts for reviews, essays, articles, and press clippings of reviews on his published works. In addition, there is some personal correspondence and World War II papers and military service memorabilia.

Accession 1995-034

Accession 1995-034 consists of film elements and related textual and graphic records pertaining to Rhombus Media productions about music, dance and theatre.

Accession 1996-004

The accession consists of research files, taped interviews and successive drafts of scripts and transcripts prepared for 15 programmes in the CBC radio series, Ideas. There is also his dramatization of Herman Maximov's 'The Ultimate Threshold' prepared for CBC's Vanishing Point.

Accession 1996-036

Accession consists of business records of The Isaacs Gallery (TIG) (1942-1991), consisting of correspondence, exhibition, catalogues, mailings, financial records (1984-1986); artist files (1961-1988), consisting of correspondence, biographical sketches, press clippings, and other material relating to artists represented by Isaacs (e.g., Dennis Burton, Graham Coughtry, William Kurelek, Michael Snow, and Joyce Wieland) and some who were not represented by him; artist portfolio files (1955-1988), consisting of press clippings and catalogues of their works; and promotional files (ca. 1960-1989) relating to the Isaacs Gallery.

Accession 1997-034

Accession consists of correspondence, audio tape interviews and biographical information on William Kurelek and other artists; Isaacs Gallery Artist files (7 reels 35 mm microfilm).

Accession 1998-014 [poster collection]

Accession consists of posters accumulated by Issacs. A significant portion of the accession, over 200 posters, pertains to local interest including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and local and international shows by artists such as Heather Cooper and Michael Snow. Toronto posters also announce events such as the 10th anniversary of the art collective, General Idea, at the CN Tower; an album-release party of the band, Parachute Club; and a call to arms on behalf of the fight against the Spadina Expressway. Many posters also promote local theatre productions including Keanu Reeves' performance in Brad Fraser's 'Wolfboy' in 1984 at the Theatre Passe Muraile and a series of Toronto Workshop posters by Theo Dimson. Other posters are a cross-section of Canada from the Montreal Olympics series, 'Artists-Athletes', and the 1973 Winnipeg Art Gallery exhibition, the Structure of Comic Books, featuring MArvel Comics characters as Nick Nury and Thor. There are 74 international posters, the largest groups are those from Paris in the 1950s and 1960s including a poster featuring George Bracqu's 'Theogonie.' There are also several gallery posters from Amsterdam, New York, Chicago and Minneapolis representing artists such as Jim Dine, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenberg and Christo.

Accession 1998-026

Accession includes meeting notebooks (1993-1998) and production materials for "Perfect Machines: The Loom", "It ain't Kansas: The myth of New York City" and cassette tapes for other CBC Ideas series programmes.

Accession 1998-035

The accession consists of correspondence, notes and speeches, publications and ephemera relating to the founding of York University, particularly relating to McLaughlin College. Also consists of 5 audio cassette tapes of interviews with the founding members of McLaughlin College.

Accession 1999-020

Accession consists of artists correspondence, and correspondence and documentation for miscellaneous special shows.

Accession 1999-031

Accession 1999-031 consists of master negatives of the finished works of all its film productions to date (1999), together with textual records relevant to the film production process. In addition to the master elements, selected production elements from “Yo-Yo Ma, Inspired by Bach: Suites #1, 3, 5,”, “Hong Kong Symphony: Heaven Earth, Mankind” (1997), “A Tale of Tanglewood: Peter Grimes Reborn” (1997), “The War Symphonies: Shastokovich Against Stalin” (1996-1997) have been retained for their additional archival and research value.

Accession 1999-057

The accession consists of transcripts of interviews, court transcripts, government reports and other government documents, clippings, correspondence, drafts of manuscripts, orders in council, notes and other research material relating to Cameron's work as an investigative journalist including drafts of her books ‘On the Take’, ‘Blue Trust’, and ‘Ottawa Inside and Out’.

Accession 1999-064

The accession consists of photographs, ephemera, and a vaudeville script entitled “Inbad the Sailor” performed by Arthur Huston.

Accession 1999-076

Accession consists of publicity files which include biographical material, clippings and other promotional material related to John Kastner and his productions; administrative and production files including transcripts and scripts for the television programs Just Kidding and Street Comedy and audio and film reels related to Street Comedy.

Accession 2000-006

Accession consists of files from the Isaacs Gallery including records of bills paid, artists' files, correspondence, Inuit files/Inuit London, photo portfolios and artists' books, and several works of art.

Accession 2000-012

The accession consists of research files and/or manuscript material relating to Rosie Perez, Simon Israel, Fletcher Challenge, the Westray Mine disaster, the Devine/Saskatchewan scandal, the Saturday Night/Firestone trial, Donald Ripley, and Alan Eagleson as well as Cameron's book ‘Ottawa Inside Out’.

Accession 2000-029

Accession consists of material related to the administration of Winters College Fellows' Council.

Accession 2000-043

The accession consists of lecture notes, graduate files, student files, academic and professional correspondence, research notes, course outlines, subject files, and materials related to the Frederic Harrison Collection.

Accession 2000-048

Accession consists of photographs, books, correspondence and notes created and compiled by dance, choreographer, Paul James Dwyer.

Accession 2000-076

The accession consists of committee minutes, committee searches, subject files, and materials related to Victorian Studies and the Centre for Research of Latin America and Caribbean

Accession 2001-002

Consists of records of writer and Dean of Fine Arts at York University, Seth Feldman. Includes research materials and drafts for book on Soviet filmmaker Vertov and research materials, audio cassettes, and draft scripts for two 'Ideas' programs on CBC Radio: Dogs and We, The Animals.

Accession 2001-014

Accession consists of 27 publications, photographs, correspondence and notes created and/or compiled by dancer, choreographer Paul James Dwyer.

Accession 2001-032

Accession consists of records of television program 'Gzowski in Conversation' co-produced by Tapestry Pictures and CBC. Includes VHS screening copies, 'Gzowski in Compilation' CD material, production files and story and research files.

Accession 2001-034

Accession consists of Barrett’s published papers, drafts, presentations, grant and research files, teaching files, course notes and correspondence pertaining to his work as a York University professor and researcher. Also included are raw data and questionnaires from his studies on housing.

Accession 2001-036

Accession 2001-036 consists of correspondence, financial documents and research files for several Rhombus productions including those concerning Weill, Falla, Shostakovich, Ravel and Schoenberg.

Accession 2001-059

Accession consists of records pertaining to Barrett’s book, “Disease and Geography: the History of an Idea”. Records include correspondence, book proposals and prospectus, drafts, and reviewers’ comments.

Accession 2001-060

Accession consists of the records of York University psychology professor David Bakan. Records include drafts of manuscripts, completed writings, correspondence, sound recordings, notes, lecture notes, and other teaching files, all related to Bakan's professorial work and academic research.

Accession 2002-019

Consists of records pertaining to Seth Feldman's documentary "Hunting for Robin Hood", part of the CBC's Ideas programme, including research material, drafts, and scripts.

Accession 2002-026

Accession consists of material related to Isadora Duncan and to Dance Oremus Danse as well as professional correspondence, press kits, photographs, artist's portfolios and other material.

Accession 2002-033

The accession consists of additional material in the Stevie Cameron fonds including clippings, interview transcripts, correspondence, and research material related to her book ‘On the Take', as well as drafts of her book ‘The Last Amigo’.

Accession 2002-047

Accession consists of Barrett’s lecture notes, correspondence and supporting materials for his York University course Geography 346, Medical Geography, as well as course notes, syllabi, exam questions and student grades for other courses taught by Barrett at York University. Accession also includes undergraduate papers written by Barrett, hand-drawn maps for his BA thesis, and Atkinson College Geography Department newsletters.

Accession 2002-048

The accession consists of a letter to John Warkentin, school song lyrics, and correspondence between David Coombs and George Tatham.

Accession 2002-059

Accession consists of additional material in the Mary Young Leckie fonds including correspondence, memos, scripts and production files for various films, video cassettes, photographs, compact discs and other audio cassettes that document Leckie's work with Tapestry Pictures Inc.

Accession 2003-012

Accession consists of research files pertaining to Barrett's book "Disease and Geography: The history of an idea".

Accession 2003-034

Consists of additional material in the Seth Feldman fonds including notes, research material and drafts of the Ideas program, "The Case of the Harvard Mouse" co-written by Feldman.

Accession 2003-037

Accession consists of dance programs, personal and professional correspondence, subject files related to Dance Oremus Danse's tour of Japan and to various dancers and/or dance companies as well as other material related to Dwyer's career, choreographer and writer.

Accession 2003-050

Accession contains correspondence, notes, and photographs pertaining to the the publication of “The Art of Geography: The Life and Teaching of George Tatham”.

Accession 2003-057

Accession consists of additional material in the Mary Young Leckie fonds including scripts, drafts, notes, research material, clippings, reviews, promotional material, contracts and production files related to her work on productions such as The Arrow, Blue Castle, Children of My Heart, Way of a Boy and Tagged. It also includes the creative and corporate development files of Leckie's company Tapestry Pictures.

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