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The Carleton Library (Carleton University Press)

Series consists of correspondence, Board meeting minutes, and pamphlets which relate to the administration, selection process, and publications of Carleton Library. This material was created and accumulated by Dr. Farr while a member of the Editorial Board.

The Carleton Library, also known as Carleton University Press, is a venture launched by the Institute of Canadian Studies in 1963; the first publication project of its kind in Canada. The purpose of the Library is to publish and make available inexpensive paperback editions of important works in the fields of Canadian history, politics, economics, anthropology, sociology, geography and journalism. As a member of the Editorial Board, Dr. Farr aided in the selection of publications for Carleton Library.

Teaching notes and lectures

The series consists of teaching notes for a number of continuing education classes taught at the University of Ottawa, and material for lectures at various universities

Talks, lectures, and papers

The series consists of documentation of presentations on medieval topics, including appearances at medieval conferences, historical societies, and public lectures. The series also contains scripts for radio broadcasts.

Subject files

The series consists of records that document Professor Abbott's personal life and academic career. The series contain personal correspondence, exams, and essays, miscellaneous material, law cases, information and notes on Legislation and Interpretation files and documentation on Army First Year Advising.

Subject files

This series consists of subject files and correspondence regarding all aspects of CUP administration, staffing and operations from the 1960s to 2013, including policies and practices; projects, proposals and other initiatives with partner and colleague organizations, both student-based and otherwise; assorted style and specialized subject guides, and topical resources on reporting and media (such as women's rights, censorship, and investigative reporting). Resource papers, surveys, press releases and significant recruitment documentation are also included.

Subject files

The series consists of records accumulated and created by the University Archives while fulfilling its mandate to archive corporate records.

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