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Diary Dossiers

  • The daily Diary Dossiers (DD) are the third major file in the Collection, both in quantity and in importance in Batchinsky's system of file building. There are about 230 folders of manuscript, documentary and clipped material, and about 400 folders of removed whole publications (DDR), mostly newspapers.
  • The period covered extends from 1905-1939, with notable gaps in 1914, 1916, 1919-20, 1922-23, 1925, 1927, 1929-30 and 1933-38. The gaps match some years available in the Chronological Dossiers which constitute a less detailed record. In view of the historical value of the Diary Dossiers, the file is the first to have been microfilmed.

After creating the monthly Chronological Dossers, Batchinsky trasformed some of them into daily Diary Dossiers. He arranged the selected material in day-date order and interlaved a manuscript commentary describing his activities on the relevant day, with other background information about the accompanying correspondence, news clippings and other papers. Batchinsky used the terms "volumes" and "diary" in referring to materials in the resulting bundles in this file. He did not indicate why only some of the Chronological Dossiers were transformed into Diary Dossiers.

Subject Dossiers

This series consists of the Subject Dossiers that range from the 1920's to the early 1970's. They are concentrated in the later 1930's and 1940's. The Dossiers contain correspondence, clippings and sometimes official documents.

Although Batchinsky originally concentrated his documentation in the Biographical Dossiers, he also created a few Subject Dossiers concerning organizations, religious and secular groups, countries or cities where Ukrainian questions arose, and dealing with particular periodicals, publishing houses and other businesses. Sixty-five subjects are covered, of which only eight occupy more than one folder. The relationship of these Dossiers to other Dossier files and to Batchinsky's autobiography is unclear: the Subject Dossiers may have been depleted by transfers to the larger but more structured files.

Ukrains'ka Avtokefal'na Pravoslavna Tserkva (UAPTs)

The series consists of Batchinsky's manuscript drafts of his shitroy of the UAPT, UAPT documents, and clippings and publications concerning the UAPT and Ukrainian religious affairs in general.

Batchinsky, a strong supporter of the Ukrainian national church movement, was appointed in 1922 official lay representative in Western Europe of the Ukrains'ka Avtokefal'na Pravoslavna Tserkva (Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church), established in 1920. This "church" was dissolved by Soviet state authorities in 1930, however, Batchinsky continued his religious activities as a lay person and later (from 1955 on) as a bishop in one of the branches of the UAPT in the Diaspora.

Government Relations

Series consists of records created and accumulated by Heritage Canada Foundation in connection with Canada's federal, provincial and municipal governments and associated bodies. Records consist largely of correspondence external to the foundation, as well as newspaper clippings, drafts for publication, legislation, and meeting minutes.

Heritage Canada Foundation was founded in 1973 by the federal Minister of Corporate and Consumer Affairs as a non-profit organization. From 1973 HCF corresponded with all levels of government to advocate for heritage legislation and to work with federal employees.

Le Chien d'or / The Golden Dog

This series is comprised of material created or accumulated by CEECT pertaining to the publication of Le Chien d'or /The Golden Dog. The series includes: Administrative files, Bibliographic material, Photocopy manuscript, Collation files, and Explanatory Notes.

Subject Files

This series consists of documents and clippings created and collected by George V. Ferguson in a professional capacity. Included in this series are documents realting to Governmen of Canada bodies such as Foreign Affairs and the CBC. This series is also comprised of documents related to the Winnipeg Free Press and the Montreal Star.

Creating Carleton

This series consists of draft material and research notes for Creating Carleton: the Shaping of a University. It includes Board of Governors' minutes (1943-1947); Blair Neatby's draft chapters, a draft copy of the completed work itself; notes compiled by chapter, as well as the index, footnotes, and illustrations; and a copy of the edited manuscript, with attendant correspondence.

Oneida Children & Elders Centre

This series consists of: Geo-technical reports, proposals, design notes, shop drawings, architectural plans, correspondence, memos, specification of works, programming.

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