Fonds SC024 - H. T. J. Coleman fonds

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H. T. J. Coleman fonds

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UVICSP SC024

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  • 1927 - 1981 (Creation)
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    Coleman, H. T. J. (Herbert Thomas John), 1872-1964

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92 cm of textual records
4 photographs

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(1872-1964)

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Herbert Thomas John Coleman was born in West Durham, Ontario, and died in Victoria, B.C. He was Dean of Arts and Science, University of British Columbia, and Head of the UBC Department of Philosophy and Psychology from 1920 to 1928. He was named Professor Emeritus in 1945. He retired to Sidney, B.C., and wrote numerous books of poetry for children.

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The fonds consists of records of Herbert Thomas John Coleman, including worksheets of his poetry and prose (also including two poems and an essay by his brother, Rufus Arthur Coleman); Coleman family photographs and negatives, financial records and certificates; correspondence from Coleman to other family members; scrapbooks of Coleman's poems, clippings and brochures; academic journals containing essays by Coleman and copies of Coleman's illustrated books for children, containing holograph inscriptions and extensive annotations.

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Canadian literature (English)--20th century; Literature; Poetry, Modern--20th century

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Revised by JF, July 9, 2013.

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