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Atlantic Region of Canadian University Press

This series consists of copies of issues of the various newsletters of the Atlantic Region of Canadian University Press (ARCUP) dating from 1976 to 1996. It also includes conference proceedings and associated documentation, resource guides, staff reports, and correspondence.

Audio recordings

Series consists of audio cassettes which include recordings of conferences, presentations, and radio broadcasts concerning heritage preservation, some of which involve Jacques Dalibard.


This series contains a number of videos collected by the library. The series includes videos such as the Davidson Dunton Memorial Service, University Centre opening and some promotional videos.

Autobiography (series)

This series consists of 24 bound volumes and 12 preparatory folders and typescript notes, correspondence, postcards, travel vouchers, restaurant menus, photographs, sketches, paintings, souvenir objects of people and places, clippings, pamphlets (some rare), etc. A running commentary is added and various paginations are imposed on the volumes. Volumes are identified by serial number of date span.

Batchinsky began compiling his "autobiography" when he was eighty-four years old. He states that is was compiled in an unsystematic fashion; it does, for the most part, take the form of an extended scrapbook. There is no index to these materials.

Autobiography: David Arnold Keys

This series consists of textual and graphic material comprising the autobiography of John Key's father, David Arnold Keys, which John and his wife Ruth edited. Incomplete manuscript copies are included, as well as photographs, one computer disc, and a bound final copy of Autobiography: David Arnold Keys 1890-1977 Early Years 1890-1924. Also included is a book, "E.W.R. Steacie and science in Canada" by M. Christine King.


Series consists of records created and accumulated by the Heritage Canada Foundation's head office in relation to national and local awards administered or accepted by Heritage Canada Foundation. Records include applications, correspondence, notes, newsletters and news clippings, and publicity materials.

Biographical and obituary information

The series consists of records written and accumulated by David Farr about various colleagues at Carleton University, for both promotional endeavours and as obituaries.

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