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Material consists of three poems written by Layton and published in newspapers. The first leaf of poems is entitled Two Poems by Irving Layton and includes the poems “At the Belsen Memorial,” and “Rhine Boat Trip.” The second leaf includes a poem published in The Covenant entitled “Dialogue.”


Series consists of an early photograph of Irving Layton and a note to Bazar written by Layton on the back of the picture frame.


La série comprend des poèmes d'amour et des lettres d'amour écrits par Irving Layton à Beatrice Bazar.

The Artist Sur Rodney (Sur) and fellow artists

The series illustrates the North-American and more precisely the New York East Village art scene around Sur Rodney (Sur) from the 1960s to 2018. It depicts Sur Rodney (Sur)’s career as an artist, his involvement in the art scene and his relation to fellow artists. It gives an insight in the life of various artists by the means of personal correspondence exchanged with Sur Rodney (Sur), exhibition catalogues, and documents related to The Sur Rodney (Sur) Show (1980) and the All New Sur Rodney (Sur) Show (1981), which were both presenting artists from the Manhattan's Lower East Side art scene. Artists mentioned in the series are, among others, Andreas Senser, Gracie Mansion, Geoffrey Hendricks, Pauline Graham Leathem, Ronald Heydon, Nan Goldin, John Brill and Lorraine O'Grady. The series covers subjects like Black Contemporary Art, Performance art, and Queer Art. It also refers to Visual Aids, an organization working on AIDS awareness through art projects, while supporting artists living with AIDS and archiving their work.

The series is organized into the following sub-series:
P0234/ B1 Sur Rodney (Sur)’s talks, presentations and writings
P0234/ B2 Works of fellow artists
P0234/ B3 Correspondence with fellow artists

The series contains, but is not limited to, correspondence, newspaper articles, drafts, scrapbooks, exhibition catalogs, magazines and other publications, posters, notebooks, calendars, photographs, flyers, moving images, a press kit, a sound recording, and an Acker Awards box.

The Adams family and Sur Rodney (Sur)’s personal life

The series documents Sur Rodney (Sur)’s childhood in Montreal and his family background, illustrating the life of a black family in Montreal in the second half of the 20th century. Most of the documents have been collected by Jean [Gertrude Peters] Gordon.
The series contains correspondence between Sur Rodney (Sur) and his parents, Desmond Adams and Jean Adams, and documents related to family members, namely Desmond Rupert Adams, Sur Rodney (Sur)’s grandmother Hazel Irene Pierce, and Rodney’s brother David Adams. Several photo albums illustrate Sur Rodney’s childhood and his larger family. This series also contains documents related to the Negro Community Centre (NCC) and Union United Church, which both were frequented by family members, as well as Expo 67 and the Watchtower Society. Furthermore, the series informs about Sur Rodney (Sur)’s name change and his marriage to Geoffrey Hendricks.

The series includes, but is not limited to, correspondence, photographs, leaflets, programs, flyers, forms, diploma, passports and other pieces of identification, artwork, postcards, brochures, newspaper clippings, a scrapbook and an autograph book.


The series contains interviews conducted by Linda Kay with CWPC members during the Centennial anniversary of the Club in 2004 and recordings of the entire event which includes a re-enactment of the original Sweet Sixteen trip to the World’s Fair in St. Louis in 1904.

Research Material and Publications

The series is composed of correspondence, articles, and photocopies of various documents (mainly 1887-1904) mainly related to the 16 pioneering female journalists. The Alice Asselin file contains a few original documents (textual and photos). The series also includes documentation specifically on the Canadian Women’s Press Club and various publications.


This series is about the work of Denis Diniacopoulos as a professional photographer, mostly working under the name Denis Vincent.

Diniacopoulos, Denis


This series is about the teaching activities of Denis Diniacopoulos for the Loyola College and Concordia University.

Diniacopoulos, Denis

Personal life

This series is about the personal life of Denis Diniacopoulos.

Diniacopoulos, Denis


This series holds published and referencial documents found in the fonds. Denis Diniacopoulos contributed to many of those publications through his work.


This series holds personal letters received by Denis Diniacopoulos through the course of his life.


The series provides an insight into Ann Charney's personal and professional lives. The series contains materials documenting Ann Charney’s personal life, as well as that of the people around her, and contains correspondence sent to her by various family members and friends, including Melvin Charney and fellow artists like Morty Schiff, Joyce Ravid, Alison Strayer, Susan Kealey, Moyra Davey, Joan Micklin Silver, Geraldine Sherman, Elizabeth Spencer, Lionel Tiger, Christina McCall, George Szanto, and others. The series also illustrates Ann Charney’s professional life, by the means of correspondence with various literary agents, publishers and editors, the UNEQ (Union des écrivaines et écrivains Québécois), as well as granting agencies.

The series contains letters, mostly handwritten, postcards, photographs, and newspaper clippings.


The series relates to Ann Charney’s work as a journalist for Canadian newspapers and magazines like Toronto Daily Star, Chatelaine, Macleans, Saturday Night, and others. It gives an overview of Ann Charney’s articles in the context with the publications in which they were published, and illustrates the author’s collaboration with various editors.

The series also includes Ann Charney’s thesis on Marcel Proulx, a film proposal, and documentation on Ann Charney’s book Defiance In Their Eyes : True Stories From The Margins, which is a collection of several articles previously published in magazines.

The series contains newspaper articles, magazines, scripts, correspondence, contracts, and the book Defiance In Their Eyes : True Stories From The Margins, among other documents.


The series relates to Ann Charney’s work as an author. It presents her literary work in form of novels and short stories, and illustrates her life as a writer. The series includes material on Dobryd, Rousseau’s Garden, Distantly Related to Freud and several short stories, as well as unpublished works. In addition, the series documents Charney's interactions with small Canadian and international publishing houses, with which she was corresponding. Publishing houses include, among others, Vehicule Press and Permanent Press.

The series contains novels and short stories written by Ann Charney, correspondence with literary agents and publishers, as well as publicity material, magazines, and catalogs.

Blue Metropolis

The series contains documentation relating to Ann Charney’s involvement with the Blue Metropolis Foundation, a not-for-profit organization located in Montreal, Quebec. The series gives information on the organization itself, its magazine, the Blue Metropolis Montreal International Literary Festival, and other events arranged by the organization. It also contains evidence of Ann Charney’s participation in such events. The series also illustrates the "Write pour ecrire" project, the literary event at the origin of the Blue Metropolis Festival. "Write pour ecrire" took place in 1996 and was organized by Linda Leith, Ann Charney and Mary Soderstrom, in partnership with the Union des écrivaines et des écrivains québécois (UNEQ).

The series contains newspaper articles, publicity material, meeting minutes, correspondence, financial documents, reports, and a special presentation issue of the Blue Metropolis magazine, among other documents.

Administrative Records

The series provides information on the administrative structure of the Blue Metropolis Foundation. It includes information on different committees and their meetings. It also provides information on the funding of the foundation.

The series contains meeting minutes, financial records, mandates, correspondence, flyers, job applications, contracts and other materials.

Year-round Literacy Activities

The series provides information on literacy activities organized by the Blue Metropolis Foundation in Montreal from 2000 to 2003, but not directly related to the Blue Metropolis Literary Festival.

The series contains programs, grant applications, correspondence and a poster.

Blue Metropolis Literary Festival

The series provides information on the Blue Metropolis Literary Festival in Montreal, Quebec, from 1999 to 2004. It includes the planning and organization of the festival as well as publicity material used to promote the festival. The series also documents events organized by partner organizations within the festival.

The series contains financial documents, programs, flyers, pamphlets, photographs, newsletters, magazines, correspondence, reports, newspapers, a cotton bag and other material.


The series provides information on writers who participated in the Blue Metropolis Literary Festival.

The series contains photographs, biographies, and other materials.

Research materials

Contains Stewart's research materials on a variety of topics, including the Meech Lake Accord and politics in Quebec.

Canadian Press

Contains records related to Stewart's career in the Canadian press.

The series is divided in sub-series:
P0195/3A 1933-1940
P0195/3B World War II Europe 1941-1945 and post-war
P0195/3C World War II Southeast Asia Command 1945 and post-war
P0195/3D Far East correspondent 1945-1947
P0195/3E Quebec City bureau chief 1948-1952
P0195/3F Montreal bureau chief 1952-1974
P0195/3G CP General executive 1975-1979

Research material for Hustak's journalistic work

The series illustrates Alan Hustak’s work as a journalist. It includes articles and texts written by Alan Hustak on various subjects, like broadcaster Jimmy Tapp, Titanic survivor Arthur Godfrey Peuchen, and a boating accident of the Negro Community Centre in 1954. The series also includes research material on Albert Mah and Norma Hutton.

The series consists without limitations of newspaper articles, book chapters, papers, photographs, correspondence and personal documents. Some documents are reproductions.

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