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Autobiography; Manuscript and typescript records

Batchinsky's original collection manuscript and typescript records include: some Dossier indexes and lists, a register of correspondence with accounts of moneys received from supporters and parishioners; address file; sample letterhead; and a catalogue of his library.

Bank books

This sub-series is comprised of bank books pertaining to the de Carle family business.

CEECT related

This sub-series consists of correspondence related to CEECT-related activities including the Informal Colloquium.

CEECT invited and consulted American scholar David Nordloh on editorial principles in the early stages of the project. In 1981, CEECT held an Informal Colloquium between the CEECT Editorial Board and David Nordloh with a particular focus on the editorial practices that CEECT would employ with its editors and texts.

Canadian Corps research

The sub-series contains correspondence and war diaries primarily. Research collected from Sir Douglas Haig's diary, Du Cane memos as well as selections from the Bean and Monash collections. Rawlinson's diaries are also used.

Canadian Crusoes, A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains

This sub-series includes collations and microfilm. The microfilm file consists of three microfilm reels of Canadian Crusoes, A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains including Lost in the Backwoods (1882) used for collation.

Rupert Schieder edited Canadian Crusoes, A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains (1852) by Catharine Parr Traill in 1986, the second CEECT scholarly text. This publication is abbreviated CAN throughout the CEECT fonds.

Canadian Institute for International Peace

This sub-series contains material created or accumulated by Geoffrey Pearson pertaining to the Canadian Institute for International Peace, including his time as Executive Director. The sub-series includes a number of transcripts of speeches and talks given by Geoffrey Pearson.

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