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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.

Personal papers

Series contains personal documents concerning the life, work, and interests of Leon Llewellyn. This series also contains documentation pertaining to Eric Llewellyn's publication, "A Journey Into Our Caribbean Past."


The series mainly consists of internal announcements, 2001-2008; press conference files on academic, social and cultural events at Concordia, 2003-2009; and information files on various university units and programs, 1988-2006. Some files of this series were initiated by Public Relations Department before 2002.

The series mainly includes internal releases, press kits, press releases, press clippings, addresses and speeches, correspondence, photos, moving images, sound recordings, and promotional materials.

The fonds is organized in the following series:
I0185/5410 Internal News & Announcements. - 2001-2008
I0185/5420 Media Relations. - 2002-2009
I0185/5430 Media Coverage. - 1988-2006
I0185/5400 Promotional Material. - 2007-2013, predominant 2007-2009

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.

Documents textuels

La série contient des documents textuels concernant l'histoire des Noirs à Montréal; le Negro Community Centre; Union United Church; le Club des femmes de couleur; Red Feather et la Welfare Federation; Porteurs de wagons-lits; les Elks; le film documentaire Show Girls; et Jazz à Montréal.

Departmental Management

The series consists of some management files of the Public Affairs and Government Relations department, mainly for the period 2002-2006. It includes reports, correspondence, and minutes. The series also consists of some digital records of moving images on Convocation ceremonies, 2012-2017.

The series is organized in the following sub-series:
I0185/5110 Administration Planning. - 2003-2005
I0185/5111 Meetings of Units. - 2002-2003
I0185/5112 Reports, Studies & Analysis. - 2001-2005
I0185/5160 University Events. - 2012-2017
I0185/5170 External Relations. - 1996-2004
I0185/5171 Conferences & Seminars - External. - 2002


Series documents the historical and organizational development of the Black Theatre Workshop (BTW), from its beginnings in 1965 as the Trinidad & Tobago Association (TTA) Drama group, through its incorporation as the BTW in 1972, to today. This series contains materials concerning the work of the Board of Directors and related committees. It also documents the planning and the management of human resources at the BTW.

The series is divided into the following sub-series :
F034/A1 History and constitution
F034/A2 Meetings and committees
F034/A3 Human resources
F034/A4 Planning

The series contains, among other documents, letters patent, programs, newspaper clippings, a constitution, historical outlines, photographs, play scripts, letterheads, logos, poster, newsletters, membership lists, briefs, mission statements, correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, lists of board members, organizational charts, job descriptions, meeting notes, grant applications, and contracts.

Newspaper clippings and magazines

The series provides information on jazz-related events in Canada and on jazz musicians, including, but not limited to, Norman Marshall Villeneuve, Oliver Jones, Art Blakey, Dougie Richardson and Big Miller.

The series contains newspaper clippings, magazines, programs and flyers. It includes two issues of Toronto Jazz.


This series consists mostly of posters created by Louise Artibello-Villeneuve advertising concerts of Norman Marshall Villeneuve’s Jazz band, but also includes posters of other concerts in which Norman Marshall Villeneuve participated.

Negro Community Centre

  • F027/A
  • Série
  • [19--] ; 1951-2014, predominantly [197-]-[198-]
  • Fait partie de Graeme Clyke fonds

Series contains photographs and textual records documenting the Negro Community Centre (NCC). Photographs depict the interior and exterior of the NCC building at 2035 Coursol Street; programs and activities occurring at the NCC, including dance and music lessons, arts and crafts, wood working, sports, summer camps, and games; and NCC staff and members. Photographs also show the daycare and concern the Stanley Clyke Memorial Library. Textual records document the administration of the NCC and include information about activities, programs, and services. Documents pertaining to Annual General Meetings (1980; 1994; 1996; 1998) at the NCC include meeting minutes and agendas, financial statements (1997-1998), and annual reports (1995-1996). Other documents include a membership card (1974); correspondence (1982; 1987); an issue of Focus Umoja (1974); lists of Board members (1994) and nominations to the Board of Directors (1998-2000); proposed changes to NCC by-laws (1998); financial reports (1994-1995; 1995-1996); minutes from a meeting of the Little Burgundy Council (1973); a newsletter (1994); a list of acquisitions for the Stanley Clyke Memorial Library (1978); a report to the building committee (1988); an insurance claim regarding water damage (1994); biographical information related to Stanley Clyke and Emily Clyke; and newspaper clippings (1967; 1975; 2000; 2014). A newspaper concerning the boating tragedy also forms part of the series (1954).

Community newspapers and magazines

  • F032/B
  • Série
  • [19--] ; [197-] ; [20--] ; 1969-2014, predominant 1969-1983
  • Fait partie de Leon Llewellyn fonds

Series is composed predominantly of newspapers and magazines that document the interests, concerns, and activities of Montreal's English-speaking Black community. It contains issues of Uhuru; Focus Umoja; Focus Magazine; Afro-Can; Afro Canadian; Contrast; The Black Voice; Montréal Camera; Community Contact; The Montreal Challenger; The Montreal Oracle; African Awakener; Canadian Tribune; Voice of Montreal; and The Black: A Canadian Journal of Self Expression, among others. This series also contains drawings by Leon Llewellyn, both originals and copies, that appeared in these publications, as well as photographs, and objects.

Ressources financières

La série donne un aperçu de la situation financière de La Centrale de 1973 jusqu’à aujourd’hui. On y trouve de l’information sur la gestion budgétaire, les impôts ainsi que sur les sources de financement de la galerie, incluant des programmes de subventions du gouvernement et autre.

La série comprends, entre autres, des livres comptables, des rapports financiers, des budgets, des formulaires fiscaux, ainsi que des demandes de subvention et des documents de référence à ce sujet.

La série est organisée selon les sous-séries suivantes:

P128/B1. Comptabilité
P128/B2. Rapports financiers
P128/B3. Financement


La série donne de l’information sur la programmation des expositions et évènements a la galerie La Centrale. Elle renseigne également sur le processus de sélection.

La série comprends des propositions d'exposition, y compris du matériel visuel et des CVs, ainsi que des dossiers de sélection et des comptes rendus de réunion du comité de programmation, incluant des comités spéciaux tels que le comité du 25ième anniversaire. La série contient également les brochures de programmation annuelles.


La série donne des informations sur l’implantation et l’évolution de galerie La Centrale de ses origines en 1973 à aujourd’hui. La série présente la structure administrative, les objectives, la mission, ainsi que la planification générale de la galerie. De plus, elle contient de l’information sur la Société du 5 avril, dont La Centrale était membre de 1999 à 2006.

La série inclus, entre autres, des documents fondateurs, des procès-verbaux, de la correspondance, des entretiens, des rapports et des organigrammes.

La série est organisée selon les sous-séries suivantes:

P128/A1 L’histoire et documents fondateurs
P128/A2 Réunions et comités

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.

Artistes et événements

La série donne de l’information sur un grand nombre de femmes artistes québécoises, canadiennes et internationales. La plupart de ces artistes ont exposé à La Centrale ou ont participé à des évènements organises par la galerie. La documentation va souvent au-delà les événements et les expositions organisées par La Centrale, et fournit également des informations sur le développement professionnel des artistes. La série inclut aussi de l’information concernant la préparation des évènements par La Centrale.

La série comprend notamment de la correspondance, des brochures, des résumés, des contrats d’exposition, des déclarations d'artistes, des photographies, des articles de journaux, des publications, des affiches, des cartes d'invitation, des enregistrements sonores, des images en mouvement, des livres d'or et quelques objets.

La série est organisée selon les sous-séries suivantes:

P128/E1 Artistes et événements – Dossiers individuels
P128/E2 Albums de photo
P128/E3 Livres d’or
P128/ E4 Demandes de subvention – dossiers visuels


This series includes photographs of Norman Marshall Villeneuve as a drummer with different bands, as well as photographs of other jazz musicians.


La série donne de l’information sur les documents publies par La Centrale, incluant le processus de publication.

La série comprend notamment des publications, des documents de travail (correspondance, programmes, rapports, résumés, ébauches, notes, etc.), des contrats, ainsi que des documents relies au comité de publication.

Community organizations and events

  • F032/A
  • Série
  • [19--] ; [197-] ; 1970-2012, predominant 1970-1979
  • Fait partie de Leon Llewellyn fonds

Series is composed of documentation pertaining to numerous English-speaking Black community organizations based in Montreal. It also contains materials documenting Leon Llewellyn's participation in many of these community organizations. While the series contains materials dated from 1970 to 2012, including textual records, photographs, drawings, and objects, most document the period between 1970 and 1979. Materials primarily concern the activities of these organizations, including their administration, functions, and programs. Community organizations that appear throughout the documentation include, among others, the Negro Community Centre/Charles H. Este Cultural Centre; Black Studies Centre; Quebec Board of Black Educators; Black Community Central Administration of Quebec; Black Community Council of Quebec; National Black Coalition of Canada; Côte-des-Neiges Black Community Association; Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Black Community Association; Côte-des-Neiges Black Community Development Project; Black Theater Workshop; Association of Black Artists; Montreal Black Photography Society; Union United Church; Black Action Party; National Black Coalition Institute of Research in the Black Experience; National Congress of Black Women; Black Community Communications Media; Black Is!; Negro Theater Arts Club; Revue Theater; Black Workers Association; Black Youth Radio; and the Black Youth Television Workshop. Materials related to the Concordia Student Union; Concordia University's Black Student Union; McGill Black Student Union, Caribbean Students' Society of McGill University; and the Black Students' Association of Champlain College are also found in this series.

Documents in this series also concern particular events occurring in the Montreal Black community, including the Second National Congress of Black Women; Afro-Festival; Carnival; Carifiesta; and Congress of Commonwealth Caribbean Immigrants, among many others. In addition, arts-related events, instruction, exhibitions, and programs are well documented throughout, including those which took place at the Black Studies Centre.


La série contient des documents financiers relatives à René Balcer. Le matériel comprend les frais de déplacement de René Balcer et de son épouse Carolyn, les factures et reçus de divers projets et des rencontres avec les clients.

Ressources humaines

La série donne de l’information sur la gestion du personnel à La Centrale de 1983 à 2011. Elle renseigne sur diverses positions administratives, le processus de recrutement, le bénévolat, les stages et les conditions de travail à la galerie.

La série comprend notamment une convention collective, des descriptions de poste, des contrats, des CVs, des rapports de stage, des lignes directrices, et de la correspondance.

Documents administratifs

La série est constituée de documents administratifs créés par René Balcer. Le matériel consiste en une chronologie des réalisations, une proposition de société de production télévisuelle, des notes à l’archiviste et à l’utilisateur concernant le matériel du fonds, un journal des progrès réalisés sur les premiers scripts, des portraits, un curriculum vitae de René Balcer et les plans architecturaux de la résidence Balcer.

Contrats et documents juridiques

La série comprend des contrats et d’autres documents juridiques liés au travail de René Balcer. Le matériel se compose d'accords contractuels pour les series « New York, police judiciaire », « La Loi et l'ordre : NY section criminelle », et « Los Angeles, police judiciaire », des accords pour "Movies of the Week", diverses autres accords de séries télévisées, des documents d'arbitrage, des règlements d'audit, des accords de droits d'auteur, des dépositions et des accords de droits.


La série contient de la correspondance reçue de ou envoyé par René Balcer. Le matériel se compose de correspondances juridiques, de mémos concernant les négociations contractuelles et les dépositions, de la correspondance concernant les scripts, de la correspondance avec des personnes spécifiques, du courrier des fans, de courriels, des mémos, des lettres, de la correspondance relative à la production de « New York, police judiciaire » et de la correspondance avec les réseaux.

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