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Japan

File consists of materials relating to Harrison's attendance at the 1986 World Congress on Children’s Books, 23 – 25 August 1986, sponsored by the International Board of Books for Young People, in Tokyo.

File consists of the following items:
• 22 July 1985 – reply to Masami Hanashiro regarding art exhibiting in Whitehorse
• 1 May 1987 – from the Mayor of Kobe, Tatuo Miyazaki announcing an exhibition of works by Kuni Masada and Ted Harrison October 15 – 20, 1987
• 15 September 1987 – list of people to invite to Kobe show
• 12 November 1987 – letter to Ron Marr regarding publicity for O Canada book in Japan
• 23 – 25 August 1987 – 1986 World Congress on Children’s Books, 20th IBBY Congress in Tokyo – itinerary Tokyo, Kamakura, Hakone, Kyoto, Nara, etc.
• 15 October 1987 – press notices in Asahi Shimbun, Mainichi Shimbun
• Catalogue of Kobe art events including one page on Ted Harrison
• List of Speakers of IBBY 86 Tokyo, with Harrison’s notes on speeches by Miyoko Matsutani and Michael Ende, ana Maria Machado. Also three pieces of original brush-drawn calligraphy
• List of Participants of IBBY 86
• 10 November 1987 – letters from Masako Endo and Masao Ono (mayor of Ushiku) regarding donation of bronze statue to Whitehorse
• Polaroid photo marked “IBBY poster 1989”, one of Harrison’s paintings
• 9 October 1989 – letter to Yoji Umetani, Commercial Officer of Canadian Consulate in Osaka, regarding presenting a painting to Children’s Centre in Kobe
• 9 October 1989 – letter to Tokugo Okawara, Kobe regarding gift of painting to Children’s Centre, Kobe.
• 31 October 1989 – further details regarding donation of painting to Kobe
• 26 April 1996 – booklet in Japanese from Tadashi Takahashi, Ushiku, Japan
• Approximately 20 pages of photocopies of Japanese motifs [preparatory material for Harrison prints?]

Schools

File consists of material relating to Harrison's school visits. A teacher himself for many years, throughout his career as an artist Harrison maintained a busy schedule visiting schools. This file includes invitation, plans and responses to these activities.

File consists of the following:
• ‘Betty the Dog’ by Willie Widgeon
• Letter of thanks from principal of Grandview Colony School, Grande Prairie, AB
• 12 August 1982 – schedule visit confirmation and contract for TH as Artist-Teacher from Emily Carr College of Art Outreach
• 12 March 1987 – confirmation of school visits for National Book Festival Week from VP of the Educational Media Council of Central and Coastal Labrador
• 29 April 1989 – letter from Ted to principal of Graham Bruce Elementary School in Vancouver confirming school visit
• 8 September 1992 – letter from Teacher-Librarian at Willow Park Elementary School in Calgary requesting a visit
• 15 January 1993 – Letter from librarian at Giant’s Had Elementary School in Summerland requesting a visit
• 1 December 1994 – thank you from a student
• July 1995 – Original artwork and ballad ‘The Ballad of Ted Harrison” by Peter Jorgensen created at Artists for Kids Camp
• 23 November 1995 – Newsletter, Artists for Kids Trust
• 27 December 1995 - East York Schools letters from students
• 29 November 1995 – E. T. Carmichael School in North Bay Ontario, request from student
• 8 December 1995 – Holly Elementary School in Delta BC, invitation for keynote speaker
• 21 March 1996 – Central Park Public School in Markham Ontario, thank you from class and enclosed photo
• 20 January 1997 – Macaulay School in Victoria, request for visit
• 17 February 1997 – E. T. Carmichael School, request for visit with original art
• 30 April 1997 – Steelesview Elementary School in North York Ontario, request for visit and Ted’s reply
• 20 March 1997 – Steelesview Elementary School, TH sends poster and answers questions
• 20 August 1997 – TH to Chisholm Public School, letter and signed copy of O Canada, attached letter with request
• 1997 – Cowichan Valley School District, six computer generated artworks inspired by TH on cards
• Note from Tundra Books introducing letter from a school
• Letter from Friends of the Hillcrest Library in Oakland California indicating a student purchased a copy of Cremation
• 11 October 1990 – from Ellsworth Elementary School, Vancouver Washington: request interview for student
• 14 May 1999 – letters and photos from students of St. George’s School, Vancouver after visit by TH.
• 11 January 2005 – from Estelle Hamoline, Richmond School Concerts: regarding arrangements for Ted, Lister Sinclair and Gloria Saarinen, and Vicki Gaboreau at the Marriott Hotel, CTV studios and schools

Arts Umbrella (and Alaskan cruise)

File consists of material relating to Arts Umbrella, a charitable organization dedicated to “general funding for visual and performing arts courses for children," 1286 Cartwright Street, Vancouver, BC.

File consists of the following:
• 21 October 1985 – Splash ’85 party and banner sales
• 21 February 1986 – return of colour separations
• 31 August 1987 – donation of a painting, receipt for $4,900.
• 6 March 1994 – booking arrangements for Alaska cruise
• 5 May 1994 – reservation for Alaska cruise, TH is honoured guest
• 14 June – fly to Vancouver
• 16 June – opening at Horizon Gallery, 665 Howe Street
• 18 June – board ship
• 26 June – return to Vancouver
• 30 June 1994 – post-cruise: “a resoundingly positive series of comments”
• 7 photos from the trip aboard Star Princess “The Love Boat”
• portfolio of cruise ship information
• 19 September 1995 – thanks for donation of artwork
• 2 October 1995 – two tickets for Splashissimo XIII, La Serenissima Venezia
• 2 October 1995 – request of rooms for Ted, Nicky and Irene Davies
• 28 October 1995 – ticket and program for Splashissimo – art auction
• 28 November 1995 – donation of acrylic painting - $5830
• 5 December 1995 – receipt for painting $2000
• 9 December 1997 – receipt for $3,500 and photo of work donated
• 18 July 1997 – letter of friendship from James Tindle of CruiseShip Center, Vancouver, BC

West Vancouver Libraries

File consists of material relating to Harrison's appearance at the West Vancouver Memorial Library, 1950 Marine Drive, West Vancouver.

File consists of the following items:
• 23 May 2001 – Julia Hedley, Youth Services Summer Reading Club – visit three libraries on the North Shore
• 8 June 2001 – August 20 – 21 selected
• 20 June 2001 – more details
• 17 August, 2001 – Vancouver Public Library
• 20 August 2001 – Parkgate Library, Lynn Valley Library
• 21 August 2001 – West Vancouver Memorial Library, North Vancouver City Library
• 6 September, 2001 – honorarium of $100 – when does he get the rest?
• 11 October 2001 – complex explanation from Julia Hedley
• 30 November 2001 – two replacement cheques from Julia Hedley
• 21 January 2002 – cheques found with Ted – subsequently destroyed

MacMillan

File consists of correspondence with MacMillan of Canada, part of the Canadian Publishing Corporation.

File consists of the following items:
• 8 June 1987: Blue Raven offered to Macmillan. Harrison had offered it to Tundra but by this time had broken with them.
• 14 March 1989: copy sent to the Bologna Children’s Book Fair
• 10 October 1990: hardcover reprint ordered.
• 1990: note regarding payment of Harrison’s 10% agent’s fee to George Maddison, last item in file.

Merritt Publishing

File consists of correspondence with Merritt Publishing, 443 University Avenue, Toronto.

File consists of the following items :
• 27 November 1978: plan to publish an autobiographical book by Ted Harrison titled The Last Horizon. Merritt planned to commission (and own) the paintings, create a suite of limited edition prints, a limited edition book and a trade edition of the book.
• 12 February 1980: TH delivered the materials for the screen prints.
• 30 January 1981: the book was being considered by the jury of the Governor General’s Awards.
• 2 September 1981: Merritt states that it was their “biggest hit so far.”
• 27 July 1982: TH’s lawyer notes that Merritt was in receivership.

Arnold Gumowitz, AAG Galleries, New York City

File consists of correspondence with AAG Fine Arts, owned by Arnold Gumowitz, managed by Penny Cohen, 421 7th Avenue, New York City. Arnold Gumowitz discovered Harrison at Gold Design in Calgary in 1986. He subsequently bought 5 of Harrison’s paintings and arranged a show in his Madison Avenue gallery. All 42 paintings seem to have been sold, though many of them may have been sold to Gumowitz’s gallery. A further exhibition was planned but did not take place. Correspondence continued until 19 January 1998 but no further shows were noted.

File contains items related to the following:
• 13 November 1986: Harrison sends 5 paintings on consignment
• 29 March 1989: Harrison sends 37 paintings on consignment
• 23 April 1989: shipped 400 prints and 100 Kobe exhibit posters with 3 paintings to NYC
• 05-25 May, 1989: first US showing of Ted Harrison paintings, sold out, “total value of the paintings was $88,188”
• 24 April 1989: AAG returned 200 prints and 300 posters to Harrison.

Hollander-York Gallery, Toronto

File consists of two folders containing correspondence with, Hollander York Gallery, owned by Sue Crerar and Diane Rosenthal, 120 Scollard Street, Toronto. Of all his gallery associations, this was the most satisfying for Harrison. In the extensive files of letters and faxes, business is mixed with pleasure. File includes many sketches by Harrison of his dog Brunhilde (Broony), as well as jokes and memoirs of many visits to the gallery owners’ homes. Though many periods seem to be missing, they worked closely together from at least 29 January 1979 until the last letter 7 May 1997. The file ends with a letter of condolence after Sue Crerar’s death dated 22 March 2003.

File contains items related to the following:
• 29 January 1979: 2 paintings consigned
• May 1982: solo show, 28 paintings sold
• 3-23 June 1984: sold out show, 39 paintings sold
• 1986: sold out show, 32 paintings sold
• 23 October 1986: presentation to Hospital for Sick Children in London, England
• 5-20 June 1988: solo show, 25 paintings sold
• 20 October 1989: 32 paintings sent since January 1988
• 3-24 December, 1994: sold out exhibition
• 7-16 May 1997: 15 paintings sold
• 22 March 2003: condolences from Harrison on the death of Sue Crerar

Sketches and Reference

File consists of a variety of original sketches by Ted Harrison as well as some material saved as reference for artworks. Most of the work is undated.

File consists of the following items:
• full-colour mock-up for a four-fold brochure titled Harrison [It is not clear whether the original artwork executed in coloured markers was done by Harrison]
• a page of blank letterhead from 30 – 12th Avenue (East) WHITEHORSE
• 24 September 1990 – from TH do Doug Franklin (of Heritage Canada): three sketches “as suggested” for 1991 Heritage Day painting and poster – The Caribou Hotel, The Bank of Commerce in Dawson City, The Duchess at Carcross – annotated sketches in black felt pen
• 25 September 1990 – from Doug Franklin to TH: thanks for sketches
• 5 October 1990 – from TH to Doug Franklin: sketch for Christmas card design – original pen sketch which was faxed
• sketch on paper from Westin Hotels and Resorts: mother and child (?) going down the road, Broony looking back – pen original
• two photocopies of Harrison originals noted as “back cover” and “front cover” – possibly from Caravan Cards
• 1989 - photocopy of sketch “Latest Works by Ted Harrison” with Ted at his easel, and Broony, executed for the inviation to a show at Territorial Art Gallery, October 19, 1989
• handwritten text for back of a card: “Artists are influenced by…” – a photocopy
• photocopies of seven paintings, probably executed for The Blue Raven
• five copies of a cartoon from the Yukon News 1983: “This place seems strangely familiar” – By Dru, not by Harrison
• 2 pages (of 6) from www.geocities.com of Ted Harrison – Yukon Artist showing four paintings – in colour, dated 21 May 2002
• photocopies of 6 photographs of Yukon scenes, 2 pages of seals, for reference
• one photocopy of a photo of Harrison at work in his Whitehorse studio

Items in Print

File consists of materials produced with Harrison imagery not included in other files.

File contains the following items:
• 1990 – book Klondike Newsman “Stroller” White, compiled and edited by R. N. DeArmond, published by Lynn Canal Publishing, Skagway, Yukon Territories. Cover is a commissioned painting by Ted Harrison
• January 1975 – Playboard magazine of Vancouver for Alwin Nikolais Dance Company, cover by Ted Harrison “The New Kite” 1974
• 29 July 1996 – Pan Pacific Hazards ’96 Conference and Trade Show, Vancouver – cover of program by Ted Harrison, centering on a volcano
• advertisement for Tumbler Ridge Community Arts Council presents Ted Harrison a private collection of 70 prints, May 31 to June 6
• 29 December 1996 – Arctic Council, Ottawa: menu for the official dinner with Harrison painting on cover
• September 1996 – West Coast Reflections magazine: The World of Ted Harrison article
• 19 March 1990 – Calgary Herald-Tribune: Blue Moose and Pink Dogs, by Don Eamon, an article (2 copies)
• a bookmark from the Children’s Book Centre, Toronto, listing books about the Canadian North (including Children of the North by Ted Harrison) with an image by Ted Harrison on one side
• Jun 1986 – Up Here magazine, Yellowknife NWT: Harrison by an uncredited writer – lengthy magazine article

Cartoons

File consists of approximately 100 original ink drawings created by Ted Harrison for publication in the Whitehorse Star.

Order of Canada

File consists of materials relating to Harrison's being named to the Order of Canada in 1987, including further correspondence with the Governor General and Rideau Hall.

File includes the following items:
• 6 July 1987 – TH writes to Roger De C. Nantel thanking him for notification of admission to the OOC
• 13 July 1987 – Rick Filanti writes to Ted congratulating him on OOC
• 28 October 1987 – Office of Governor General remits payment for travel, meals, and accommodation
• TH writes to the Rt. Hon. Mr. John Turner MP thanking him for letter of congratulation
• TH writes to the Rt. Hon. Flora MacDonald MP thanking her for letter of congratulation
• 24 November 1987 – TH writes to Doug Phillips MLA thanking him for his letter of congratulation
• 24 November 1987 – TH writs to Willard L. Phelps thanking him for his letter of congratulation
• 24 November 1987 – TH writes to Audrey McLaughlin MP thanking her for attending the OOC investiture and vernissage
• 24 June 1992 – fax from Rideau Hall with invitation to a luncheon with Queen Elizabeth II on 1 July 92
• 26 November 1993 – Letter from Patrick Reid of Vancouver Port Corporation regarding disbursement of leftover funds from 1992 regional celebrations
• 11 August 1994 – Letter from Gerda Hnatyshyn thanking TH for donation of a painting to the Friends of Rideau Hall
• 5 October 1994 – Letter from Richard Berthelsen inviting TH to several events in conjunction with the 1994 Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards in Ottawa along with formal invitation
• 21 January 1995 – menu from a dinner with the Hnatyshyns at Rideau Hall
• 19 June 1995 – Letter from Registrar of Canadian Citizenship regarding TH’s request to take part in citizenship ceremonies
• November 1995 – Friends of Rideau Hall Newsletter
• 20 February 2006 – personal note from Nan Oliver

Athabaska University PhD

File consists of material relating to Harrison's being awarded an honorary degree from Alberta's Athabaska University in 1991, the first such degree award to him.

File consists of the following items:
• 16 January, 91 – from Ross Paul, Acting President, Athabaska University, Athabaska, AB: delighted you will be accepting an Honorary Doctorate; details of the program
• 11 February 91 – Normetta Katona, Executive Assistant to the President, Athabaska University: revised schedule for the program
• nd. from TH to Athabaska University: list of people to invite to convocation
• 8 May 91 - from Flo and Jim, Whitehorse: thanks for the invitation to convocation
• 6 June 91 - order and form of Convocation
• 30 July 91 – from Mary Hamilton, Athabaska University: thanks for Northern Folk painting; permission to print it as Athabaska’s Christmas card

Charles Harrison

File consists of material relating to Charles Harrison, the only child of Ted and Nicky Harrison. He went to school in the Yukon and later moved to Vancouver where he lived in the Harrison’s condominium in Kitsilano. The letters in this file are particularly concerned with his activities as intermediary with Barry Bergh in Vancouver and with the details of his parents’ move to Victoria. He was a director of Wingate Arts Limited.

File contains items related to the following:
• 14 April 1982 – transcription of grade 12 marks for Charles Harrison (3 courses)
• 1 August, 1 September 1989 – cheques for $500 for Charles from Wingate
• 8 September 1989 – from Clarkson Gordon: regarding 1988 personal income tax return of Charles Harrison
• 28 march 1992 – from TH to Charles in Vancouver: re paintings in Japan
• 17 July 1992 – from TH to Charles “good things you did for us on our trip”
• 10 August 1992 - from TH to Charles; can’t find my address book
• 10 August 1992 - from TH to Charles; suit to dry cleaners
• 24 August 1992 - from TH to Charles; t-shirts for O Canada
• 20 September 1992 - from TH to Charles; information re: place on the (Vancouver) Island
• 27 October 1992 - from TH to Charles; little canvas boards with metallic finish?
• 1 November 1992 - from TH to Charles: little diary with a polished floral cover
• 30 November 1992 - from TH to Charles: form for company records
• 2 December 1992 - from TH to Charles: copy for Barry Bergh
• 22 December 1992 - from TH to Charles: some jokes, a crate with paintings
• 14 January 1993 - from TH to Charles: regarding house purchase
• 14 January 1993 – from Williams and Associates, Chartered Accountant: issues regarding house purchase in Oak Bay
• 19 January 1993 - from TH to Charles: assessment of house
• 21 January 1993 - from TH to Charles: thanks for support
• 3 February 1993 – from TH to John: re: shipping posters and prints
• 8 February 1993 - from TH to Charles: re shipping prints and posters
• 9 February 1993 - from TH to Charles: more re shipping and bill of lading
• 13 February 1993 - from TH to Charles: sorting out things for Victoria
• 28 January 1993 - from TH to Charles: directors’ resolution declaring a dividend of $30,000 per common share
• 9 March 1993 - from TH to Charles: re Tandy computer and set-up

Parlee Irving et a. Legal

File consists of correspondence between Harrison and Parlee Irving, located in Edmonton, Alberta, 1800 Standard Life Center. File relates to Merritt Publishing and also tax planning.

File consists of the following items:
• Letters to and from Ted Harrison.

Accounting

File consists of various accounting materials, including financial matters dealing with the government, accountants and other agencies not covered in other files. Relationships with galleries and publishers are found within their own files.

File contains the following folders:
• Accounting 1, years 1967-1986
• Accounting 2, years 1987-1989
• Accounting 3, years 1990-1992
• Accounting 4, years 1993-1994
• Accounting 5, years 1995-1999, 2008

Posters (lithographs)

File consists of material related to Harrison lithography. TH imagery was produced by offset lithography for many purposes – these are distinct from limited edition screen prints (“serigraph”) referred to as “prints” in this fonds and also distinct from “limited edition prints” which were briefly produced by Rie Munoz of Anchorage, and of which Harrison did not approve. Many different agencies were permitted to produce posters using Harrison imagery, most prominently ProCreations who produced posters for Expo 86 in Vancouver.

File contains items related to the following:
• 14 July 1981 – Canada Week Committee of Council for Canadian Unity – thanks for selecting Yukon poster winners
• 20 February 1984 – to CP Air publicity – sent signed offset lithos
• McKim Advertising, Montreal – CP Air poster design
• 21 April 1986 – Bill Braden, Touchstone Studios proposal for poster Yukon Pavilion Expo ’86 – they design, print, distribute, royalty for TH
• 9 March 1987 – Art @ Work in Vancouver – mock up of poster
• April 1987 – UBC Health Sciences newsletter – Harrison poster (Brunhilde’s World) available (painting given to UBC)
• 31 August 1987 – statement of poster sales UBC Health Sciences – 100 sold $70.78 royalty
• 23 July 1987 – Agency Press Vancouver – quotations for printing posters
• 12 August 1987 – Wendy McKenzie wants to buy a poster
• 24 November 1987 – Procreations Publishing, Richmond B. C. sales figures for Northern Transport – royalty $327
• 17 June 1986 – to Valerie Schauble, ProCreations – galleries that might sell posters
• 17 September 1986 – Art Underground, Victoria – where to get posters
• 19 January 1988 – Finishing Touch, Banff – wants to sell posters
• 13 May 1987 – ProCreations, what to do with Expo 86 posters
• 12 May 1987 – ProCreations, sales figures for Northern Transport, $445.40 royalty
• 12 May 1987 – ProCreations, sales figures for Northern Transport
• 2 March 1988 – ProCreations- all remaining Expo stock sold to Vayda Marketing
• 24 march 1988 – ProCreations – royalties, cleared inventory
• 6 March 1990 – To Terrie O’Leary, Minnetonka, Manitoba – will design a poster
• 10 July 1988 – Norbert Jakubke wants to publish offset art posters, sends full proposal
• 15 August 1990 – Ian Ross – posters as gift
• Winter 1991 – Heritage Canada Today – Heritage Day posters available and sent to schools
• 26 March 1991 – Whyte Museum – posters signed for a raffle
• 15 April 1991 – Hughes Gift Gallery. Edmonton – wants to sell lithographs
• 28 May 1991 – Paperworks Press, Calgary – artwork for Yukon Quest dog sled race
• 18 June 1991 – agreement for Yukon Quest poster
• 18 July 1991 – invoice for 2,000 posters
• 18 July 1991 – TH pleased with printing quality and service from new printers
• 22 July 1991 – Peace Arts Galley Society confirming TH will design poster for new Arts Centre
• 19 March 1992 – Laurel writes from Blue Water Creations saying Diane was attacked and an intruder lit fires in the warehouse. All are well.
• 27 March 1992 – Laurel from BWC is interested in exporting TH’s cards to Japan
• 16 April 1991 – Peace Arts Gallery Society writing to say the posters are underway and the original painting will be returned in June. Options for tax receipts are presented.
• 25 April 1992 – Paperworks sends a rough layout for the new poster, Ted responds with painting title and copyright information
• 13 August 1992 – stock transfer from Munoz Gallery to BWC
• 31 October 1992 – BWC writes to arrange connection when TH and Nicky are in Hong Kong
• 17 February 1993 – TH writes to Dianne at BWC saying he has sent stock to her via Charles, Dianne writes back to request more
• 30 September 1998 – wholesale sales totals from Midnight Sun Gallery
• 19 May 1993 – Yukon Ed. Teacher for Hearing Impaired sends Ted copies of “May is Speech and Hearing Month” poster
• 12 August 1996 – TH writes to confirm original painting was sent and proposes layout for poster

Postage Stamps

File consists of material relating to Harrison's work appearing on postage stamps. His MP, Audrey McLaughlin, first proposed using TH imagery on a postage stamp in 1988, and eventually his work was included in a 1992 issue as well as a Christmas issue of 1997.

File consists of the following items:
• 7 March 1988 – Audrey McLaughlin, MP, forwards a letter of recommendation to the Stamp Advisory Committee
• 26 April 1988 – Audrey McLaughin, MP, forwards a letter declining her suggestion to use TH's art for a stamp
• 4 May 1988 – TH writes to Audrey McLaughlin thanking her for her efforts
• 26 Feb 1992 – Stamp Products of Canada Post writes to confirm his painting will be used on a Canada Day stamp. Signed and returned contract.
• 24 May 1992 – TH coordinates travel plans to attend stamp launch in Ottawa
• 2 November 1992 – invoice required by Canada Post for payment
• 25 April 1996 – Communication between marketing director of UNICEF and Barry Bergh regarding limited edition print production
• 5 January 1997 – letter from Ricky of Kids Can Press commenting on recent Christmas stamps

Raven Images (ceramics and distribution)

File consists of material related to the reproduction of Harrison's works by Raven Images. Imagery was produced on various porcelain products by 3778 Yukon Limited trading as Raven Images, #9 Klondike Road, Whitehorse (whose proprietor Dale Stokes also operated Midnight Sun Gallery & Gifts in Whitehorse). The pottery was produced by Viletta China of Mississauga, Ontario. Raven Images, 916 Woodhall Drive, Victoria was a distribution arm of the same enterprise, operated by Irene Davie who was closely involved with TH when he came to Victoria.

File consists of the following items:
• 15 August 1989 – first dated item – invoice for 12 Harrison ’89 mugs, donation
• 27 March 1995 – District of Saanich business license for Iona Management Services, 916 Woodhall Drive
• 18 January 1995 – Assignment – Dales Stokes agreement for exclusive rights to Harrison Designs on porcelain, purchasing inventory and other rights from Designers North Ltd. – rights to produce and market them, with royalties, renewals, territory and copyright arrangements
• 22 March 1995 – letter from Stokes to Irene (Davie)
• 12 March 1995 – Downtown CruiseShip Center, Vancouver – help get mugs into shops on cruise ships
• 12 March 1995 – letter to Stokes re: Raven’s inventory of Harrison porcelain
• 13 March 1995 – brochure for Raven Designs, 916 Woodhall Drive, Victoria showing Ted Harrison Porcelain
• 13 March 1995 – Dale Stokes confirms Irene Davie, 916 Woodhall Drive, as salesperson for Harrison Porcelain for a period of one year
• 21 March 1995 – Raven calls Art Gallery of Greater Victoria – not interested
• other calls to Eatons, James Tindle, Northern Passage, Princess Cruises
• 31 March 1995 – invoice from Raven for porcelain sold to Northern Passage, Victoria
• 5 April 1995 – Northern Passage order in transit
• 7 April 1995 – Viletta China, Mississauga will meet Davie
• 25 April 1995 – ongoing correspondence between Davie and Dale regarding flawed items or some damaged in shipment to Northern Passage
• 11 May 1995 – Valerie Pusey (Northern Passage) returning unsold stock; Dale replies “we don’t ever do business with Valarie Pusey again”
• 18 May 1995 – Dale to Davie regarding pricing of mugs
• description of flaws in Northern Passage order
• 12 June 1095 – Davie proposes sale to Gifts ‘n’ things, Chemainus; Rosemary and Thyme, Duncan; Black Gold, Leduc; Oak Bay Marine Group (Painter’s Lodge) Victoria; B. C. Ferries
• 2 July 1995 – Northern Passage order returned by Davie to Dale
• new price list – mugs $13
• 4 July 1995 – Davie to Princess Gift Shops, Victoria; Village Gallery, Tofino; Painter’s Lodge, Campbell River;
• 31 August 1995 - Great West Art, Chemainus – with invoice; 3 September 95 – Eastside Gallery and Framing, Olympia WA invoice; Artist’s Own, Jasper AB with invoice;
• 6 September 1995 – Viletta invoices to Dale for plates and mugs
• 11 September 1995 – Dale orders for Hougen’s, Watson Lake
• 25 September 1995 – Dale orders for Midnight Sun Gallery, Whitehorse
• 26 September 1995 – Davie asks Dale re new Northern Passage order, and donation for fundraising dinner
• 28 September 1995 – Davie writes to Dale re: selling books at gift shows; relations between Blue Water and Free Spirit; Northern Passage order
• 29 September 1995 – order for Wallace Galleries, Calgary
• 5 October 1995 and continuing – Davies follows up with BC Ferries, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Butchart Gardens, Northern Passage
• 6 November 1995 – Artists Own, Jasper
• 7 February 1996 – Arctic Art Gallery, Yellowknife
• 20 February 1996 – Dale sends royalty to Davie: $131.82
• 1 March 1996 – Village Gallery, Tofino; Painter’s Lodge, Campbell River; Great West Art, Chemainus; East Side Gallery, Olympia WA; Princess Cruises, Los Angeles; BC Ferries; Special Requests, Edson AB; Rosemary and Thyme, Duncan; Gifts ‘n’ Things, Chemainus; Canadian Impressions, Victoria; Black Gold Gallery, Leduc AB; Artist’s own, Jasper AB; Croft Rollind; Image Frame, Burnaby;
• 25 June 1996 – addresses for book sales to Impressions Gallery, Coquitlam BC
• 1 July 1996 – collector plates for Arctic Art Gallery, Yellowknife
• 18 July 1996 – pricing from Dale to Davie
• November 1996 – Vancouver Contents magazine includes TH postage stamp gift tag
• 23 February 1997 – inventory at 916 Woodhall, Saanich
• 21 July 1997 – Dale writes to Roger Wheelock at Butchart Gardens
• 25 July 1997 – Butchart Gardens replies – no
• 27 January 1998 – inventory from Woodhall
• 23 February 1997 – inventory at Raven Images, Whitehorse
• 6 June 2000 – royalty cheque for $187.85 sent to TH

Production titles "A"

File consists of the following theatre programs:

Abduction from the Seraglio -- Pacific Opera with The Victoria Symphony Orchestra, 1982;
Abduction from the Seraglio -- McPherson Playhouse, 1992;
Abelard & Heloise -- Langham Court Theatre, 1988;
Absurd Person Singular -- Criterion Theatre, 1973;
The Acts -- 1972;
Addicted to Love -- Nexus Theatre, 1987;
Adding Machine -- Phoenix Theatres, 1986;
Aerwacol -- Skam Theatre, 2000;
The Affair – Strand Theatre, 1961;
The Affections of May -- McPherson Playhouse, 1993;
After Abraham -- Bastion Theatre, 1977;
After Easter -- Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1994;
After the Fall -- Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center, 1964;
Ah, Wilderness! -- Kennedy Center, 1976;
Ah, Willy and evening with Morris Carnovsky -- Theresa L. Kaufmann Concert Hall, 1973;
Ain't Misbehavin' -- Arts Club Theatre, 1986;
Aladdin -- London Palladium, undated;
Albertine, in Five Times -- Kaasa Theatre (Jubilee Auditorium), undated;
Alice, a musical fantasy -- Kaleidoscope Theatre, undated;
Alice in Wonderland -- The Staples Players, 1964;
Alice in Wonderland -- Kaleidoscope Theatre, [1982];
All for Love -- Prospect Theatre Company, undated;
All Grown Up -- Belfry Theatre, 1999;
All my Sons -- The Department of Speech (Theatre 11), 1960;
All's well that ends well -- Royal Shakespeare Theatre, 1967;
All's Well That Ends Well -- Stratford Festival Canada, 1977;
All's well that ends well -- Barbican Theatre, 1982;
All's Well that Ends Well -- Malaspina College Theatre, 1987;
Amadeus -- Her Majesty's (A Stoll Moss Theatre), 1981;
Amadeus – Her Majesty’s (A Stoll Moss Theatre), 1982;
Amadeus -- Bastion Theatre, 1984;
Amadeus -- Vancouver Playhouse, 1984;
American Buffalo -- Circle in the Square Theatre (Downtown), 1982;
American Buffalo -- Way off Broadway, 1997;
American Dream and The Zoo Story -- The Theatre Upstairs, 1962;
Amigo's Blue Guitar -- The Belfry Theatre, 1991;
Amity Singers -- At the Empress Hotel Crystal Ballroom, undated;
The Amity Singers -- McPherson Playhouse, 1967;
Amphitryon and Les Fourberies de Scapin -- St. Jame's Theatre, 1951;
Anastasia -- Royal Opera House Covent Garden, 1971;
And Then There Were None -- Arts Club Theatre, 2002;
The Andersonville Trial -- Mermaid Theatre, 1961;
The Andersonville Trial -- Pittsburgh Playhouse School of the Theater, 1962;
Animal Farm -- The Cottesloe Theatre, 1984;
Anna Wyman Dance Theatre -- McPherson Playhouse, 1985;
Anne of Green Gables -- Charlottetown Festival, 1967;
Anne of Green Gables -- McPherson Playhouse, undated;
Annie -- Alvin Theatre, 1977;
Annie -- Grassroots Theatre of Parkland School, 1985;
Annie -- Uplands Elementary School, 2000;
Annie get your gun -- McPherson Playhouse, 1967;
Annie get your gun -- McPherson Playhouse, 1984;
Another Country -- The Queen's, A Stoll Moss Theatre, 1982;
Another Country -- Play of the Year S.W.E.T. Award 1982;
The Queen's Another Part of the Forest -- The Pavilion, 1966;
Answers -- Workshop of the Players Art, 1972;
Antigone -- The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center, 1971;
Antony and Cleopatra – New York Shakespeare Festival, Heckscher Theatre, 1959;
Antony and Cleopatra -- New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theater, 1963;
Anything Goes -- The Kenley Players, 1958;
Anything Goes -- The Hartford Stage Company, 1970;
Anything Goes -- McPherson Playhouse, 1982;
Anything Goes -- McPherson Playhouse, 1999;
Anywhere but here -- Amnesty International (Canada), undated;
Applause -- Her Majesty's Theatre, 1972;
Arcadia – The Lyttelton Theatre, 1993;
Arcadia -- Theatre Royal Haymarket, 1994;
Ardele -- Vaudeville Theatre, undated;
Arden of Faversham -- Royal Shakespeare Company, 1970;
Arms and the Man and Swan Song -- The University of Pittsburgh Theatre, 1967;
Arms and the Mand – The Lyric, A Stoll Moss Theatre, 1981;
Arms and the Man -- Stratford Festival, 1982;
Arsenic and Old Lace -- Bastion Theatre Company, 1974;
Art -- Wyndham's Theatre, 1996;
Art -- Belfry Theatre, 2002;
The Art of Success -- Royal Shakespeare Company, 1987;
Artichoke -- Centaur Theatre Company in Centaur 2, 1977;
Artichoke -- Bastion Theatre Company, 1979;
Artist Descending a Staircase -- Duke of York's Theatre, 1989;
As you like it -- Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1952;
As you like it -- Royal Shakespeare Company, 1967;
As you like it -- The National Theatre, undated;
As you like it -- O'Keefe Centre, 1974;
As you like it -- Stratford Festival, 1983;
As you like it -- Royal Shakespeare Company, 1993;
As you like it -- Inconnu Theatre, 1994;
Ashes -- Public Theatre, 1977;
Ashes -- A Belfry Theatre Production, 1983;
Asinamali! -- The Citadel Theatre, 1986;
At the drop of a hat -- Nixon Theatre, 1960;
The Au Pair Man -- A Belfry Theatre Production, 1982;
Auntie Mame -- Indiana University Auditorium, 1958;
Auntie Mame -- Nixon Theatre, 1958;
Automatic Pilot -- Bastion Theatre, 1980;
Automatic Pilot -- Bayview Playhouse, undated

Production titles "D"

File consists of the following theatre programs:

Da -- Belfry Production, 1980;

Daisy Pulls It Off -- The Globe Theatre, 1984;

Dames at sea -- The Belfry Theatre, 1978;

Dames at sea -- Lamb's Theatre, undated;

Damn Yankees -- Showboat Dinner Theatre, 1984;

Damn Yankees -- Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, 1996;

The Dance of Death – The National Theatre, undated;

Dance Theatre of Harlem -- Royal Theatre, 1984;

Dancemakers -- McPherson Playhouse, 1984;

Dancing at Lughnasa -- Asolo Theatre Company, 1993-94;

Dancing at Lughnasa -- McPherson Playhouse, 1994;

Dancing at Lughnasa -- Langham Court Theatre, 2002;

Dancing With The On I Love -- Off Broadway A Professional Theatre, undated;

Dandelion Wine -- Kreeger Theater at Arena Stage, 1976;

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea -- The Phoenix - A-Live-Theatre, undated;

The Dark at the Top of the Stairs -- Pittsburgh Playhouse School of the Theater, 1960;

Dark of the Moon -- Malaspina College Department of Theatre, undated;

A Dash Of The Bard -- The Mountain Playhouse, 1960;

The Doughter of the Regiment -- McPherson Playhouse, 1994;

Day in Hollywood, a Night in the Ukraine -- Theatre at New End, undated;

The Days and nights of Beebee Fenstermaker -- Sheridan Square Playhouse, 1963;

Dead Ringer -- Victoria Theatre Guild, 1993;

The Deadly Game -- Pittsburgh Playhouse School of the Theatre, 1961;

Dear Liar -- The Mummers Theatre, 1970-71;

The Death and Resurrection of Mr. Roche -- The National Theatre, 1989;

Death and the Maiden -- Belfry Theatre, 1996;

The Death of Bessie Smith -- Studio Arena Theatre, 1968;

Death of a Salesman -- Theatre New Brunswick, undated;

Death of a Salesman -- Asolo State Theater, 1984;

Death of a Salesman – Royal National Theatre, 1997;

Death of a Salesman -- Langham Court Theatre, 1999;

Deathtrap -- Garrick Theatre, 1978;

Deathtrap -- Bastion Theatre, 1980;

Deathtrap -- Langham Court Theatre, 2000;

The Deep Blue Sea -- Apollo Theatre, 1993;

Delaney's Diary and Ladeez Clowns -- Theatre Royal, 1984;

A Delicate Balance -- The American Film Theatre, undated;

A Delicate Balance -- The Omaha Playhouse, 1966;

Democracy -- The Belfry Theatre, 1992;

Demonstration -- The American Mime Theatre, 1973;

Design for Living -- Asolo State Theater, 1979;

Desire under the Elms -- Circle in the Square Theatre School and Workshop, 1963;

The Desk Set --The Penn Playhouse, 1958;

The Devils -- Aldwych Theatre, 1961;

The Devil's Disciple -- Shaw Festival Niagara On The lake, 1984;

Dial "M" for Murder -- McPherson Playhouse, 1986;

Diamond Studs -- The Chelsea Theater Center of Brooklyn, undated;

The Diary of Anne Frank -- Nixon Theatre, 1958;

The Diary of Anne Frank -- Theatre II of Glen Cove Ltd., 1977;

Dick Whittington and His Cat -- Oak Bay Junior High School Auditorium, 1963;

Dick Whittington and His Cat -- McPherson Playhouse, 1982;

The Dining Room -- Astor Place Theatre, 1982;

The Dining Room -- A Belfry Theatre, 1982;

The Dining Room -- Langham Court Theatre, 2001;

The Dining room -- Powerhouse Theatre, undated;

Dinner with the Family -- New Theatre, 1957;

Director's Choice -- Edmonton Musical Theatre, undated;

The Disposal -- Tucson Art Theatre, undated;

The Diviners -- Langham Court Theatre, 1994;

Do you know the Milky way? -- The Playhouse, 1964;

The Doctor’s Dilemma and The Promise – The Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company, 1968;

The Doctor's Dilemma -- Mermaid Theatre, 1975;

A Doll House -- Actors' Theatre, undated;

A Doll's House -- Playhouse Theatre, 1971;

A Doll's House -- Leeds Playhouse, 1975;

Domino Courts and Comanche Cafe -- The American Place Theatre, 1976;

Don Carlos, Opera in Five acts -- Royal Opera House, 1958;

Don Giovanni -- McPherson Playhouse, 1985;

Don Giovanni -- Royal Theatre, 1999;

Don Pasquale -- McPherson Playhouse, 1993;

Donnybrook -- National Theatre, 1961;

Don't Bother Me, I Cant Cope -- Playhouse Theatre, 1972;

Don't Dress for Dinner -- McPherson Playhouse, 1995;

Don't Fool with love -- 1993;

Don't Step in it -- Langham Court Theatre, undated;

Double Bill -- Lunchbox Theatre, 1994;

The Double Dealer -- National Theatre, 1978;

The Double Inconstancy -- Theatre of the Riverside Church, 1977;

Dracula -- Actors Theatre of Louisville, undated;

Dracula -- Asolo the State Theater Company, 1972;

Dragon's Mouth -- Winter Garden Theatre, 1952;

The Drawer Boy -- Belfry Theatre, 2001;

The Dream Play -- Centaur Theatre Company, 1978;

The Dresser -- Langham Court Theatre, 1984;

Driving Miss Daisy -- McPherson Playhouse, 1990;

The Duchess of Malfi – The University of Pittsburgh Theatre, 1966;

The Duchess of Malfi -- The University of Pittsburgh Theatre, 1967;

Dr. Ducks Marvelous Musical Jamboree -- Kaleidoscope Theatre, undated;

Dulcy -- Milwaukee Repertory Theater, 1968-69;

The Dunsmuirs: Alone at the Edge -- The New Bastion Theatre, 1992;

The Dutch Courtesan -- The National Theatre, undated;

The Dutch National Ballet -- OKeefe Centre, 1975;

Dylan -- McPherson Playhouse, undated;

Dylan Thomas Growing Up -- The Chelsea Theater Center, 1976

Production titles "I"

File consists of the following theatre programs:

I am a Camera -- Langham Court Theatre, 1972;

I do! I do! -- McPherson Theatre, 1979;

I Wanna Die in Ruby Red Tap Shoes -- The NDWTC Co., 1976;

Ian McKellen Acting Shakespeare -- Royal Alexandra Theatre, 1984;

The Iceman Cometh -- Winter Garden Theatre, 1958;

The Iceman Cometh -- The American Film Theatre, 1973;

The Ice Show -- Direct from Broadway, undated;

An Ideal Husband -- Gate Theatre, 1989;

If We Are Women -- The Belfry Theatre, 1994;

I'll be back before midnight -- The Belfry Theatre, 1980;

The Illusion -- A Contemporary Theatre, 1991;

I'm Not Rappaport -- McPherson Playhouse, 1987;

The Imaginary Invalid -- Stratford Festival Canada, 1974;

The Importance of Being Earnest -- The Old Vic Company, 1959;

The Importance of Being Earnest -- Bastion Theatre Company, 1981;

The Importance of Being Earnest -- Aldwych Theatre, 1993;

In Celebration -- The American Film Theatre, undated;

In Good King Charles's Golden Days" -- Royal Alexandra Theatre, 1969;

In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer -- The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center, 1968;

Indians -- The Pennsylvania State University (Department of Theatre Arts), 1969;

Inner City -- Ethel Barrymore Theatre, c. 1971;

Inspecting Carol -- UAA Theatre, undated;

An Inspector Calls -- The University of British Columbia Players' Club -- Victoria High School Auditorium, 1950;

An Inspector Calls -- Westminster Theatre, 1987;

An Inspector Calls -- Royal National Theatre, 1993;

An Inspector Calls -- Langham Court Theatre, 2002;

The Inspector General -- The Playhouse, 1965;

The Invisible Man -- Corner Store Theatre, 1985;

Iolanthe or The Peer and the Peri -- McPherson Playhouse, 1984;

Irma la Douce -- Lyric Theatre, 1958;

It Runs in the Family -- McPherson Playhouse, 1993;

It's Show Time -- The Butchart Gardens, 1999;

The Italian Girl in Algiers -- McPherson Playhouse, 1997;

Ivanov -- Renata Theatre, 1959;

Ivanov -- The Almeida Theatre Company, 1997

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