To Fonds Description
Robert Fulford. Fourth accrual.
– 1950-2004. – 4.1 m of textual records and graphic material.
5 video cassettes. 40 audio cassettes. 1 audio reel. 1 audio disc.
Correspondence. – 1953-2004; predominant 1990-2002. – 1 m
of textual records. – Title based on content of series.
Box 15 A-Cl Correspondence
F.1 A Correspondence
Abbella - see F.2 below
Alberta Education (3)
Allen, S. Eleanor
Applied Arts Magazine
Ardiel, June (4)
Art Business Magazine
Art Gallery of Ontario (3); see also F.3 below
Arthur, Paul (3)
Arts and Communications Counselors
Ashenburg, Katherine, Globe and Mail (3)
Assembly of British Columbia Arts Councils
Association for Canadian Studies in the United States
Association of Canadian Television and Radio Artists
F.2 Abella, Rosalie (4)
F.3 Art Gallery of Ontario (6)
F.4 Asia Pacific Foundation (7)
F.5 Ayre, John (8)
F.6 Ba-Bl Correspondence
BBC World Service
Bachmann, Richard (A Different Drummer Books) (3)
Bacque, James Bailey, Don
Baine, Richard P.
Band, Charles S.
Banff Centre for the Arts - see F.7 below
Barringer, James L.
Barrett, Edward W. - see F.8 below
Batten, Jack - see F.9 below
Beharriell, Frederick J.
Besant, Derek M. (3)
Beverley Slopen Literary Agency - see F.10 below
Bissell, Claude (3)
Black, Barbara Amiel (3)
Blackmore, Ralph - see F.11 below
Bloore, Dorothy Cameron
F.7 The Banff Centre for the Arts (3)
F.8 Barrett, Edward W. (7)
F.9 Batten, Jack (5)
F.10 Beverley Slopen Literary Agency (5, includes NY Times article
on Jane Jacobs)
F.11 Blackmore, Ralph (3)
F.12 Bo-Bu Correspondence
Boggs, Jean Sutherland (National Gallery of Canada)
Books in Canada
Book of the Month Club
Books Not Bureaucrats (Martha Harron Campaign)
Borough of Etobicoke
Brado, Edward B.
Brailey, J. Fred
Brideaux, Wayne W.
Broadfoot, Barry - see F.13 below
Brown, Peter S.
Bruce, Harry - see F.14 below
Buckham, Robert M.
Burke, John B.
F.13 Broadfoot, Barry (23, including 2 replies by RF)
F.14 Bruce, Harry (12, including 4 replies by RF)
F.15 Ca-Cl Correspondence
Caiserman-Roth, Ghitta (2)
Campbell, Henry M.
Canada/Canadian - see F.16-17 below
Canada Council - see F.18 below
Carrigan, Edward (2)
Castel, Boris (2)
Centaur Theatre Company
Central Canada Synod, Lutheran Church
Chalmers, M. Joan
Charles Olson Society
Charney, Ann & Melvin - see F.19 below
Chatham Public Library
Charney, Ann & Melvin (5)
City of Toronto - see F.20 below
Clarfield, A. Mark
Clarke, Meaghan (2)
F.16 Canada/Canadian Correspondence
Canada Council for the Arts
Canadian Authors Association
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) (10)
Canadian Conference of the Arts
Canadian Give the Gift of Literacy Foundation
Canadian Human Rights Commission
Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice
Canadian Institute on Public Affairs
Canadian International College
Canadian Periodical Publishers Association
Canadian Speeches (2)
F.17 Canadian Civil Liberties Association, 1970-1972 (10 with enclosures);
F.18 Canada Council (letters of appraisal for Arts Awards) (71)
F.19 Charney, Ann & Melvin (5)
F.20 City of Toronto (7)
Box 16 Co-F Correspondence
F.1 Co-Cu Correspondence
Cochrane, Glenn and Jean
Cohen, H. Ruben
Collier, David - see F.2 below
Colombo, John Robert
Colville, Alex - see F.3 below
Comay, Eli - see F.4 below
Commission on Canadian Studies (Symons)
Committee on Television - see F.5 below
Commonwealth of Learning
Community Foundation for Greater Toronto (3)
Cook, Gregory - see F.6 below
Coughlin, Thomas B. - see F.7 below
Cowan, Susan (3)
Crabb, Michael (2)
Crawford, M. Gail
Crawford, Gerald A.
Crockford, Glen K.
Crosby, Tecca (4)
Culp, Ted W.
Culture Technologies Conference
Curran, W.J. - see F.8 below
F.2 Collier, David (5)
F.3 Colville, Alex (5)
F.4 Comay, Eli (4)
F.5 Committee on Television (all by RF) (7)
F.6 Cook, Ramsay (9)
F.7 Coughlin, Thomas B. (all by R.F.) (67)
F.8 Curran, W.J. (8)
F.9 D Correspondence
Daldin, R. S.
Davey, Gerald W. (2)
David Lavin Agency Ltd. (2)
Davidson, Susan Kent
Davis, Dena S.
Davis, Ronald D. (2)
de la Mothe, John
De Long Snow, Adrienne (2)
Del Villano, Dan
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, McMaster University
Department of External Affairs
Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto
Depoe, Suzanne (3)
DeShaw, Rose (3)
De Visser, John
de Fenoyl, Dianne
Dingman, Jim E.
Directory of Sources, The
Dixon, R. B. Des
Dobbs, Kildare (3)
Donham, Parker Barss (2)
Donner Canadian Foundation
D’Orazio, Franco (4)
Drabinsky, Garth H.
Dunbar, George (3)
Duncan, M. J.
Dunsmore, K. T.
F.10 E Correspondence
Eady, Robert (4)
Eaton, Fredrick S.
Eayrs, James G.
Ecroyd, Lawrence G. (2)
Editor’s Association of Canada
Edward Day Gallery
Eisen, Wendy R. (2)
Ellis, Alice Thomas (2)
Encyclopedia Britannica (2)
Environmental Artworks Studio
F.11 Fa-Fi Correspondence
Factory Theatre Lab
Fairweather, R. G. L.
Falun Gong Practitioners of Canada
Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology
Faris, Y. M.
Farm & Country
Farrell, Peter M. – see F.12 below
Feick, Posy Chisholm
Fenton, K. Alan
Fetherling, Doug – see F.13 below
Fetherling, George (3)
Financial Post, The
Financial Times of Canada (2)
Finlay, Karen (3)
Fitterman, H. N.
Fitzgerald, James T. (2)
FitzGibbon, Gerald M.
F.12 Farrell, Peter M. (8)
F.13 Fetherling, Doug (10)
F.14 Fl-Fu Correspondence
Fleming, R. B.
Fojtek, Olga M. C.
Foran, Charlie (2)
Forbes, Jim (2)
Forguson, L. W.
Forty-Plus of Canada
Fotheringham, Allan (2)
Fox, Cy (2)
Fraser, John – see also F.15 below
Fraser, Marian Botsford
Fraser, J. & E.
Freeman, David E.
Freeman, Natalie (2)
Friedberg, Rabbi J. Benjamin
Frum, David (2)
Fulford, Barbara Screaton
Fulford, J. Wayne (2)
F.15 Fraser, John (6)
Box 17 G-K Correspondence
F.1 Ga-Gl Correspondence
Gane, Margaret Drury
Gardner, Betty L.
Garwood-Jones, Alison (2)
Gasbarini, Al (2)
Gates Jr., Henry Louis
Gee, Marcus (2)
Gelber, Sylva M.
George Brown College of Arts and Technology
Gibson, Douglas M. (3)
Gibson, Shirley Mann (2)
Giffen, Peter (3)
Giller Prize – see F.2 below
Glickman, Dr. Yaacov (2)
Globe and Mail – see F.3 below
Gluskin Sheff & Associates Inc.
F.2 Giller Prize (26)
F.3 Globe and Mail (6)
F.4 Go-Gz Correspondence
Goddard, John G. (2)
Gondolon Consulting Services Ltd.
Gordon, Alison (2)
Gorjup, Branko (2)
Gorrell, Gena K.
Gould, Sheila (2)
Graham, Ron (2)
Gray, Charlotte (3)
Gray, John L. (2)
Gray, Thea (2)
Greenwood, Dr. John
Griffin, A. G. L.
Gross, Barry R.
Gwyn, Richard J. (2)
Gwyn, Sandra (6)
F.5 Ha Correspondence
Hale, Barrie (3)
Hall, Barbara (2)
Hambleton, Ronald (2)
Hammond, Heather Hodgson (2)
Hannah, Patricia Pearson
Hansen, Dallas (2)
Harbourfront Reading Series
Harcourt Brace Canada (3)
Hazel, Kathryn Keate
F.6 He-Hu Correspondence
Heard, Frank E. (2)
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The (2)
Heer, Jeet – see F.7 below
Heidemann, A. W.
Hendeles, Ydessa – see F.8 below
Hibbard, Dale (2)
Hill, Charles C. (2)
Hill, Patrick Arthur
Hodgetts, J. E. (3)
Hoeffler, Paul J. (2)
Holton, Margaret Lindsay
Holy Blossom Temple (4)
Honderich, Ted (2)
Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office
Houghton Mifflin Company
Howard, F. H.
Humble, Jacquelyn M.
Hunter, B. John
Hunter, Jennifer (2)
Hurtig, M. G.
F.7 Heer, Jeet (9)
F.8 Hendeles, Ydessa (30)
F.9 I Correspondence
Imperial Oil Limited – see F.10 below
Information and Privacy Commissioner for the Province of British Columbia
Insite Architecture and Design (2)
International Press Agency
International Review Limited, The
Investment Dealers Association of Canada (2)
Istituto Italiano di Cultura
F.10 Imperial Oil Limited (9)
F.11 J Correspondence
Jackson, Francis Lin
Japan Foundation, The (3)
Jenkins, A. M.
Jennings, Sarah (2)
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, The
Johnson, Lorraine (3)
Johnston, George (2)
Joint Community Relations Committee of the Canadian Jewish Congress
Jolliffe, Mary (2)
Jones, Frank E. (2)
Jull, Norman A.
F.12 K Correspondence
Kay, R. M.
Kayfetz, Ben (2)
Kellnhauser, John T.
Kelowna Art Gallery (2)
Keogh, J. G. – see F.1 below
Key Porter Books (5)
Kilbourn, William (2)
King’s College – see F.2 below
Kirk, H. David and Beverley Tamsey – see F.3 below
Knelman, Martin (2)
Knight, Pat and Jim
Knopf, Alfred A.
Knutson, K. N.
Kooiman, Rev. Michael
Kootenay School of the Arts
Koven, I. H.
Kramer, Jeffrey W.
Krenz, Kim – see F.4 below
Kummel, E. G.
Kuper Productions Ltd.
Kushner, Donn (2)
F.1 Keogh, J. G. (59)
F.2 King’s College (4)
F.3 Kirk, H. David and Beverley Tansey (8)
F.4 Krenz, Kim (6)
F.5 L Correspondence
Lambeth, Michel (2)
Lamey, Andy (3)
Lanceley, Mary (2)
La Rocque, Colin
Laurence, Jocelyn (4)
Laurence, Kevin M.
Lawrence Park Collegiate Parents’ Association
Laws, D. Richard
Learning Disabilities Association of British Columbia (2)
Lee, Leonard G. (4)
Lee, Robert Mason (2)
Lester Publishing Limited
Levine, Karen and Michael Enright
Lind, Philip (2)
Linder, Norma West
Literary Review of Canada Inc., The (4)
Lofstrom, Edward V. (2)
Logan, William J.
Lord Cultural Resources Planning and Management
Lotz, Jim – see F.6 below
Lovell, W. George
Lucas, Helen (2)
Lyons, K. Margaret
F.6 Lotz, Jim (6)
F.7 Ma Correspondence
Macfarlane, David (5)
Macfarlane, John (2)
Machetzki, P. M.
MacKenzie, Alan S. (2)
MacMillan Publishing Co., Inc.
MacMillan, Robin Maes, Nicholas (2)
Manager, Laguna Riviera
Man and Resources
Manguel, Alberto (2)
Manitoba Arts Council (2)
Marchand, Philip (2)
Margison, Arthur D.
Marigold Library System
Markson Borooah Hodgson Architects Inc.
Marmur, Dow (2)
Marrus, Michael R
Martin, Dr. Sheilah
Massey College (5)
Matchan, Linda (3)
Maule, Christopher J.
Mayer, Elie and Melanie
McAuley, Beth (2)
McCall, Christina - see Newman
McClelland and Stewart Inc. (4)
McDonald, Kenneth (2)
McGill-Queen’s University Press (3)
McGown, Rima Berns (4)
McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited
McGruder, Lorna Goldner
McKillop, A. B. (2)
McLeod, Jack (3)
McMaster University – see F.9 below
F.9McMaster University (7)
Melgrave, A. P.
Mendelson Joe Artist – see F.11 below
Metropolitan Toronto Association for Community Living
Michaels, Anne (3)
Miller, John (2)
Miller, Mary Jane
Milrad, Aaron M. (3)
Milson, Sarah (3)
Molesworth, David H. G.
Monday Club, The (2)
Monopoli, William V.
Montagnes, Ian (2)
Moon, Anne M.
Moon, Barbara (2)
Morgan, A. V.
Morin, Ida G.
Morrison, Susan E.
Mossman, Ronald A.
Motley, Dr. Eric L.
Mulcahy, Seán (2)
Multiculturalism article respondents
Mysterious East, The
F.11 Mendelson Joe Artist (6)
Box 19 N-Q Correspondence
F.1 N Correspondence
National Arts Centre
National Gallery Association of Ottawa
National Gallery of Canada – see F.2 below
National Library of Canada (4)
National Magazine Awards Foundation
National Post (2)
Nelson Canada (3)
Nerlich, Harry R.
New Canadian Encyclopedia Publishing Ltd.
New View Research
Newman, Christina McCall - see F.3 below
Newman, Peter C. (2)
Niagara Institute for International Studies
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Town of
Norris, Bob (2)
Northrop Frye Centre
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (3)
Nowack, Paul (2)
F.2 National Gallery of Canada (6)
F.3 Newman, Christina McCall (25)
F.4 Northrop Frye Centre (13)
F.5 O Correspondence
Oakwood Collegiate Institute
Olson, Beverly Anne
Onley, Toni (3)
Ontario Arts Council
Ontario Association of Architects (2)
Ontario Association of Art Galleries (2)
Ontario College of Art
Ontario College of Art & Design (2)
Ontario Department of Education
Ontario Educational Communications Authority, The
Ontario Law Reform Commission (2)
Ormston, The Honourable Judge E. F.
Oppenheimer, E. M.
Order of Canada – see F.6 below
Orfeo Agency for Fine Artists
Organization of American States
Orkin, Jaffary Barristers and Solicitors
F.6 Order of Canada (5)
F.7 Pa-Pi Correspondence
Papoff, Lawrence J.
Park, Jackie (2)
Parker, Graham E. – see F.8 below
Parr, W. H. P.
Parsons, M. H.
Passport Office, The
Pearce, Thomas H.
Pearson, Jeffrey C.
Pedersen, Carol M.
Penfold, G. E.
Peppino’s On The Beach
Periodical Writers Association of Canada
Permanent Mission of Canada in the Organization of American States
Peter Reynolds Communications
Peters, Tim (2)
Philips, Edward O. (4)
F.8 Parker, Graham E. (20)
F.9 Pierce, Larry
Pinder, Herb C., Jr.
Poff, J. G.
Polanyi, John C. (4)
Port Colborne High School (2)
Porter, Julian (4)
Porter, J. S. (2)
Pozel, Steven (2)
Poynter Institute for Media Studies (2)
Pratt, Mary – see F. 10 below
Prichard, J. Robert S. – see F.11 below
Priestley, Glenn (4)
Proulx, E. Annie
F.10 Pratt, Mary (7)
F.11 Prichard, J. Robert S. (7)
F.12 Q Correspondence
Queen’s Quarterly (3)
Queen’s University Archives
Queen’s University Department of Geography
Queen’s University School of Urban and Regional Planning
Box 20 R-T Correspondence
F.1 Ra-Ri Correspondence
Rabinovitch, David (2)
Rae, Arlene Perly
Raincoast Books (2)
Rakoff, Vivian M.
Ramsay, C. S.
Random House, Inc.
Rapp, Dr. Morton S.
Rawlins, Bonnie L.
Reader’s Digest Association, The
Redman, Stanley R.
Reilly, G. N.
Rhodes Scholarship Trust (2)
F.2 Ro-Ry Correspondence
Rock, Joan P. (2)
Rockett, Paul and Eve
Rodd, Nora K.
Rofihe, Rick (2)
Roger, Robin (4)
Rogers, Nancy J.
Rosberg, Florence (3)
Rose, Dr. Malcolm
Rose, P. John
Rosenfeld, William P.
Ross, Alexander (2)
Ross, Gary (3)
Ross, Rodger J.
Rowan-Smith, Cleta (2)
Royal Ontario Museum (4)
Ruby, Clayton C.
Russell, Bruce Hugh
Ryan, Mary Jo
F.3 Sa-Sh Correspondence
Sarton, Edgar (2)
Schlepp, W. A.
School of Advanced International Studies
Scott, Patrick (2)
Scrabble with the Stars
Secretary of State (2)
Shannon, William G.
F.4 Si-Sk Correspondence
Siegel, Linda S. (4)
Silcox, David (2)
Sime, John (4)
Siminovitch, Louis (2)
Simon Fraser University
Sinclair, Charles J.
F.5 Sl-Sz Correspondence
Slaight, Allan (4)
Slater, James H.
Slavens, Eric and Marsha
Sleeping Giant Productions
Slepokura, Orest (2)
Smyth, W. F.
Society for Academic Freedom and Scholarship (2)
Southam New Media
Spencer, Geoffrey A. (2)
Splete, Allen P.
Stackhouse, Dr. Reginald
Steele, David F.
Stern, Susan (2)
Stevenson, Lawrence N.
Strauss, Stephen (4)
Strom, David S. (3)
Sulgit, Bernie (2)
Swallow, John C.
F.6 T Correspondence
Tallis, Raymond C.
Tamarack Group, The
Tarasofsky, Abraham (2)
Tavuchis, Nicholas – see F.7 below
Taylor, Malcolm G.
Taylor, Mary (2)
Taylor, N. (4)
Taylor, Susan (2)
Thom, Cecil W. F.
Thorsell, William (5)
Times Literary Supplement
Todd, D. D.
Toomik, Celia T.
Toplitsky, Frank (3)
Toronto Board of Education
Toronto Historical Board (2)
Toronto Life (2)
Toronto Star, The (2)
Town, Harold (3)
Toye, William (5)
Trinity United Church
Turner, John N.
F.7 Tavuchis, Nicholas (8)
Box 21 U-Z Correspondence, Anon
F.1 U Correspondence
Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia
Università degli Study di Siena
University – see F.2 below
University Women’s Club of North York (2)
F.2 University Correspondence
University of Calgary
University of Chicago - see F.3 below
University of Guelph (2)
University of King’s College
University of Lethbridge
University of Manitoba (2)
University of Ottawa
University of Sudbury
University of Toronto - see F.4 below
University of Western Ontario (4)
University of Winnipeg Students’ Association Inc.
F.3 University of Chicago (16)
F.4 University of Toronto (29)
F.5 V Correspondence
Van Luven, Lynne
Vanstone, Ellen (2)
Vaughan, J. Bryan
Veritas Films Inc.
Victoria University (2)
Visual Arts Ontario
Vizinczey – see F.6 below
Von Fuchs, Ruth
F.6 Vizinczey, Gloria and Stephen (10)
F.7 Wa-Wi Correspondence
Waite, P. B.
Walmsley, G. Douglas
Walsh, A. K.
Ward, Ronald K.
Watmough, David (2)
Weder, Adele (3)
Weinberg, D. A.
Weintraub, Bill (2)
Wente, Peggy (2)
Westgate Collegiate and Vocational Institute
Whitfield, Eileen (3)
Whyte, Jim (2)
Whyte, Richard (2)
Wilkinson, Doug (4)
Williams, Clifford J. (2)
Wilson, Emily Catherine
Wilson, Margaret (2)
Winnipeg Art Gallery (2)
Winter, Richard I. R. (2)
F.8 Wo-Wy Correspondence
Wolfe, Milton E.
Wolfe, Morris – see F.9 below
Wolferstan, W. H. (2)
Women in Canadian Literature
Woodcock Fund Endowment Campaign, The (3)
Wozniak, Renata (2)
Wright, Richard B.
Writers’ Development Trust
Writers’ Union of Canada (2)
Wylie, L. (2)
F.9 Wolfe, Morris (7)
F.10 Y Correspondence
Yocom, J. H.
York Mills Collegiate Institute
York University – see F. 11 below
Youngs, William McKenzie (2)
F.11 York University (10)
F.12 Z Correspondence
Zakuta, Leo (2)
Zeidler, Eberhard H. (2)
Zion Heights Junior High School
Zolf, Larry (2)
F.13 Anonymous or incomplete signatures (6)
F.14 Family Correspondence (Sarah, Marcus, Rachel, Geraldine) (9)
Manuscripts, typescripts, computer prints, and proofs. – [ca. 1959]-2002.
– 1.2 m of textual records, graphic material and sound recordings.
– Title based on content of series. – Series contains articles,
speeches, conferences, radio scripts, research notes, books, writings
F.1 Academic freedom. Notes, 3 pp. Letter from J. Philippe Rushton, 17
May 1994, enclosing some of his articles on race differences. The file
also contains articles and news clippings about Rushton’s theories
and his freedom to express and to publish such views.
F.2 Al Aronowitz, introduction for him at the Celebrity Club. Ts., 1 p.
14 September 1995.
F.3 “The Alligators of Sanibel”, written for Destinations.
Letter from Jack McIver of Destinations, 31 January 1990; two drafts,
8 pp. each; possibly not published at that time as there is a fax, 7 pp.
from Toronto Magazine, 25 Aug. 1992, with the text of the story
copy-edited by Cynthia. The subject matter is Florida, suggested titles
are “Simply Sanibel:, “Sweet Sanibel”, and “A
Separate Peace”; also ms. notes and research materials.
F.4 America after 9/11. Notes, pp. 4-9, written on the verso of an e-mail
from Anna Morgan, 20 August 2002, about “‘Demon Israel’
and the Ivory Tower”.
F.5 Anti-Semitism, anti-Zionism. Ms. notes, 8. pp, apparently for a conference
in Philadelphia on 20 November 2002. The file contains articles and magazine
issues on this subject.
F.6 Architectural Literacy Foundation speech on density of population
in cities. Ts., 6 pp. Speech at a conference on Perspectives on the Future
Architecture & Urban Design, 19 September 1995.
F.7 “Arguments”. An outline for a proposed weekly one-hour
radio programme, hosted by Fulford and produced by Alexander Szemberg.
1990. Ms. notes, 3 pp. 2 drafts of ts., 4 pp. and 5pp. (copy of the latter
as well). With regard to this proposal, Fulford writes: “Proposal
abandoned & eventually replaced by 1993 Ideas series.”
F.8 “The Artist and the Critic”. Ts., 21 pp. Speech given
at the Banff Centre School of Fine Arts, 5 June 1990.
F.9 “The Arts and Their Enemies”. Ts., 22 pp. Speech given
to the Algoma Arts Festival, 15 October 2000.
F.10 “The Book: Past, Present and Future”. Ms. notes, 5 leaves.
Speech given by Fulford at the Institute for Advanced Study, University
of King’s College, Halifax, NS, 19-20 January 2001. Fulford gave
a speech at a session with the title “The Present”. The file
has an invitation from Walter H. Kemp, a broadside poem by Richard Outram
entitled In Memory of Northrop Frye (1991, no. 95), and articles
and news clippings.
F.11 Books & Brunch. Speech at the King Edward Hotel, Toronto, 14
June 1998. 1 p. of ms. notes and news clipping from Toronto Globe and
F.12 “The Boulder, a Love Story”. 2 ts. drafts of the story,
 and 15 pp., the latter revised and dated 5 January 1976. Also include
in the file are holograph notebooks.
F.13 “Canada in World Culture”. 3 copies of ts., 15 pp. ,
all the same but one marked up with a Japanese translation between the
lines. Speech delivered at a conference in Tokyo on 15 July 1991.
F.14 “Canada Wants Out (of the United States)”. 4 offprints
of the article in the New York Times Magazine, 21 April 1974, pp.
18-19, 24, 28-30. With a list of people to which Fulford sent copies;
and correspondence with John Muggeridge, A.D. Megill, the University of
Toronto Press (Ian Montagnes), Julian H. Breen, and G.D. Bryars.
F.15 “Canada’s Impotent Socialists”. Copy of ts., 8
pp., with letter to the Nation (Carey McWilliams), .
F.16 Canadian Conference of the Arts. Program and correspondence with
regard to the conference theme “Enlightened Democracy or Cultural
Autocracy?”, held in Toronto on 11-12 September 1970. Fulford acted
as the chair of the plenary session on “The Arts Establishments
and Counter-Culture”. There is also correspondence in 1973.
F.17 “Canadian Identity: the Struggle for Expression in the Mass
Media”. Ts. and photocopy, 30 pp., 9 February 1971.
F.18 Canadian Journalism Foundation. Acceptance speech at the Canadian
Journalism Foundation’s first annual awards ceremony. 31 May 1996.
Ts. of Fulford’s speech, 2 pp., with tss. of speech of Neil Reynolds
and the Governor General of Canada Roméo LeBlanc.
F.19 “Canadian Journalism: Historic Patterns, Current Tensions”.
Ts., 28 pp, read at Meiji University, Tokyo, 21 October 1997.
F.20 “Censorship Ever Returning”. Ts., 16 pp. Speech given
at an Ontario College and University Library Association conference. 22
F.1 “A Choice of Futures: Art, Design, and Education in Canada”.
Ts., 14 pp. Speech given at the Ontario College of Art and Design, 13
F.2 “The City as Dream and Nightmare”. Ts., 23 pp. Speech
given at a conference in the University of Stockholm, Frescati, 9 October
F.3 “The Crisis of Abstraction in Canada: The 1950s”. Ts.,
6 pp. Speech given at the National Gallery of Canada, 11 March 1993, to
open Denise Leclerc’s exhibition on abstract art.
F.4 “The Critic and the Chronicler: Issues in Arts Journalism”.
Ts., 26 pp. Speech given at the Banff Centre School of Fine Arts, 11 June
1989, as the opening address in the Maclean Hunter Arts Journalism program.
With offprint of the article in Passages, 1 (June 1989) and issues
of Passages, 5 (July 1990) containing “The Artist and the
Critic: Notes on Cultural Journalism” and 9 (June 1991) containing
“Contested Territory: The Arts Under Pressure”.
F.5 “Critic, Community and School”. Photocopy of ts., 14 pp.
Speech given at the University of Waterloo, 25 August 1966.
F.6 “Cultural Nationalism in English Canada, 1967-1976”. Photocopy
of ts., 15 pp. Speech given at the Fourth Pearson Conference. [1976?].
F.7 Culture and the Marketplace. CBC Radio Ideas program hosted by Fulford.
10 episodes with tss. and notes of Fulford’s introductions to the
second, third, fourth, seventh, and tenth episodes. September-October
1993. The file also contains information about the series, offprints,
and other documents from series contributors (Joseph Epstein, Samuel Lipman,
Arthur C. Danto, etc.).
F.8 Culture Technologies Convergence conference. Ts. of introductions
to the speakers, 5 pp. 27 May 1994. Fulford’s chaired a session
entitled “Dynamics of Culture and Identity and the Potential of
Interactive Technologies to Enlarge Users of Cultural Institutions”.
Program of the conference in file.
F.9 “The Education of a Journalist”. Ts., 41 pp. 8 March 1988.
Atkinson Lecture at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute.
F.10 Eisen, Wendy. Celebration of “Count Us In”, Primrose
Club. Letter indicating that Fulford would be pleased to speak at this
event. 23 May 1995.
F.11 Election speech. Ts., 27 pp. 29 November 1988. Untitled, speech at
F.12 Enright, Michael. Ts., 4 pp. Speech at Enright’s Demicentennial
Celebrations at Grafton, Ont. 11 October 1992.
F.13 “Ethics and the Press”. Ts., 19 pp. 16 October 1966.
F.14 Ethics in Journalism. The file contains several outlines of a course
by Fulford which he taught at the Ryerson School of Journalism in the
fall of 1990 when he was the Maclean Hunter Chair of Communications Ethics.
Included in the file is correspondence with university officials.
F.15 “From Durban to Destruction: Reflections on a World Gone Awry”.
Ts., 24 pp. Speech at Special Yom Kippur Study Session, Holy Blossom Temple,
Toronto. 4 October 2001.
F.16 “The Future of Optimism”. Ts., 27 pp. Speech given at
F.17 “The Future of Armed Forced”. Ts., 4 pp. 25 April 1995.
Frum Lectureship for Ideas at the Glenn Gould Concert Hall of the
Broadcasting Centre in Toronto.
F.18 Gibson, Margaret. Ts., 7 pp. Speech about the literary scene in the
1970s and introduction of Gibson. Held at St. Paul’s Trinity Church
in Toronto. File contains correspondence with HarperCollins Canada Ltd.
(Jane Rowland) and program schedule. 8 March 1994.
F.19 “Gossip, the Media, and the Death of Privacy”. Ts., 15
pp. 24 March 1992.
F.20 Gould, Glenn. The file contains two articles written by Fulford (“Ladies
and Gentlemen... Glenn Gould Has Left the Building”, September 1992;
“Glenn Gould in the Age of Radio”, Spring 2000), other articles,
brochures, and news clippings.
F.21 Glenn Gould conference. Information kit about the conference with
correspondence with the conference organizers. 23-27 September 1992.
F.22 Glenn Gould plaque. Ts., 7 pp. of speech, with correspondence, programme,
and ephemera from the Toronto Historical Board (Mary Anne Beamish). 24
F.23 Gould, R.H. Ts., 3 pp. Speech at memorial service for Glenn Gould’s
father. With news clippings and service bulletin.
F.1 “The Great Transformation: Canadian Politics in 1988”.
Ts., 27 pp. Speech at Auberge Mont Gabriel.
F.2 “The Gulf Between Chesterton’s Journalism and the Journalism
of Today”. 2 tss., 8 pp. (copy as well) and 4 pp. Ms. notes 8 pp.
The Chesterton Tradition in Modern Journalism (panel discussion). 20 September
1991. With correspondence from Jim Parr; and the Chesterton Review
(Ian Boyd) with copy of Fulford’s article.
F.3 Gulf War speech. Ts., 15 pp. Delivered in Ottawa.
F.4 “The Haunting of Cap Ferrat”, first and second drafts
of tss., 10 pp., 9 pp. for Destinations (not published), [ca. 1991].
File contains related material from printed sources.
F.5 Hidden Values: Contemporary Canadian Art in Corporate Collections.
Ts of notes, 15 pp. Fulford was asked to write an essay of 6,000 for this
anthology published by Douglas & McIntyre. The file has correspondence
with the publisher, essays and documents pertaining to this subject. 1993-4.
F.6 “The Humanities in Question”. 3 copies of ts., one annotated.
26 September 1992. Speech at a “celebration of the achievement over
twenty-five years of Arts One” at the University of British Columbia.
F.7 “The Invention of Toronto”. Ts., 22 pp. William Kilbourn
Lecture, sponsored by the Toronto Historical Board and the Ontario Heritage
Foundation. 12 June 1996.
F.8 Israel, visit. 4- July 2002. Itinerary and related documents.
F.9 Issues Management / Media Relations Seminar. 2 tss., 7 pp. (24 March
1988) and 9 pp. (16 June 1992). Speeches given at two seminars sponsored
by Unilever Canada. File includes letter from the Matland Group (Maureen
McCandless) thanking Fulford for agreeing to be luncheon speaker at the
seminar on 16 June 1992.
F.10 “Jackson Lecture” on education at the Ontario Institute
for Studies in Education. Ts., 14 pp. 4 April 1989.
F.11 Japan trip. Notebook. 1987.
F.12 Jewish humour. Conference to be held on 26 March 1992. Conference
cancelled. Fulford’s speech was to be entitled “Is Jewish
Humour Assimilated?” File contains articles on the subject and correspondence
with the conference organizers.
F.13 Jewish literature speech. Assorted notes and clippings. Fulford’s
speech was to be entitled “Why Complain about Portnoy’s
Complaint?”, 18 November 1969, New Fraternal Jewish Association,
F.14 Pierre Juneau. Letter from Peter Desbarats with notes about Juneau.
Various address and news clippings by Juneau and about public broadcasting.
2 files. 1970.
F.15 “Let’s Bury the Noble Savage”. Photocopy of ts.,
9 pp. and other ms. notes. The file also contains articles and news clippings
about native people. 18 June 1992.
F.16 “Brian Moore Tribute”. Ts., 6 pp., with correspondence
with Greg Gatenby. Speech given at Harbourfront Reading Series on 13 October
1994. Also in the file is a carbon ts., 9 pp., of Fulford’s introduction
to the New Canadian Library edition of Moore’s An Answer from
Limbo, with a letter to Malcolm Ross. 7 August 1973.
F.1 “Myth Canada”. 2 tss., 19 pp. and 21 pp. with 3 pp. of
notes. January 1988 and 11 January 1990.
F.2 National Magazine Award Foundation. Ts., 4 pp. Acceptance speech on
receiving the Lifetime Achievement award with introduction by John Fraser.
22 May 1998.
F.3 Ontario College of Art and Design. Ts., 8 pp. 12 June 1998. Speech
on receiving an honorary fellowship. Copy of the graduation ceremony programme
in the file.
F.4 Order of Canada speech in honour of Anna Porter. Given with Geraldine
Sherman. Ts., 4 pp., 9 September 1992
F.5 Plagiarism. Ts notes,  pp. 20 August 1994. The file also contains
notes, articles, and news clippings on this subject.
F.6 “Post-Modern Blues”. Ts., 14 pp. Speech at the National
Museums Publishing Conference, Calgary, 4 April 1992.
F.7 Public Art, 1982-1994. Research materials, correspondence with Environmental
Artworks Studio (1993) and Jeanne Parkin Arts Management (1989), 1 b&w
F.8 “Pursuing Truth and Risking Offense”, 2 computer prints,
each 12 pp., one with corrections. Speech given at Ryerson, 11 May 1944.
F.9 Royal Ontario Museum speech, 15 January 1992; computer print, 12 pp.
F.10 “Science and Canadian Journalism: a Chronic Case of Ignorance”,
[198-], computer print with corrections, 11 pp.; speech given to science
F.11 Schindler’s List: “Notes for talk at Holy Blossom”,
19 May 1994; computer print, 6 pp.
F.12 Jay Scott, notes about, possibly for an obituary, printed on 10 August
1993, computer print, 11 pp. also news clippings and other materials about
F.13 Starting the Content Revolution, A Seminar on The Future of Newspapers,
9 April 1992, conference programme with notes
F.14 Soviet Union: “Report of Trip to USSR” in April 1988
by Irving Abella, John Erb, Robert Fulford, Wendy Litwack and John Oostrom;
computer print., 27 pp., appendix 25 pp.; ms notes, 25 March 1988 (19
p.), 11 April 1988 (10 p.), 12 April 1988 (15 p.), 13 April 1988 (7 p.),
14 April 1988 (16 p.), 15 April 1988 (12p.), 15 April 1988 (12 p.), 16
April 1988 (17 p.), ts. with corrections, 26 April 1988, 4 p.; ts. (car),
6 May 1988, 3 p. Also photocopies of photographs taken on the trip, schedule,
correspondence about the trip with Wendy Litwick, photocopy of Fulford’s
visa, photocopy of letter from Fulford to Ambassador Alexei Rodinov; news
Speech to the National Council of Jewish Women of Canada, 7 December 1988,
computer print with corrections, 14 pp.; letter from the Council, 9 November
Also ms. notes for an interview with Geoff Pearson (?), 28 February 1983
about the Soviet Union; possibly misdated by Fulford
F.15 Stereotypes, Ryerson course outline, notes, research materials, 1993
F.16 “Surprised by Love: Chekhov and the Lady with the Dog”,
computer print with corrections, 17 pp., 4 October 2000. Speech at the
Arts and Letters Club, Toronto. Also programme, research news clippings.
F.1 University of Toronto, convocation address, 13 June 1994, computer
print, 7 pp. (two copies), programme
F.2 University of Western Ontario, commencement address, 10 June 1988,
computer print, 8 pp.
F.3 “Urban Forms: The Bonus Era”, written for Toronto Life.
Computer print, 8 February 1993, “next-to-last” draft, 11
p.; “Notes typed Sunday afternoon, Feb. 6 93”, computer
print, 9 p.; “Notes printed out Wednesday afternoon Feb. 393”,
i.e. 3 Feb. 1993, 6 pp.; ms. notes, 1 and 2 Feb. 1993, 15 p., ms notes,
undated, 2 p.; ms. notes 29 January 1993 2 pp.; ms. notes written on file
folder, research materials and news clippings
F.4 “Urban Forms: A Vacancy on Josh Street”, 8 January 1993,
computer print with corrections, 9 p. Speech for the opening of the CBC
Broadcast Centre, January 1993. Other ms. notes and computer prints, research
materials, news clippings.
F.5 “Viewpoint”, broadcast 16 September 1970, ts., 6 p.
F.6 Virtue and the City, speech at Croft Chapter House, University College,
5 May 1996, computer print, 3 pp., also agenda
F.7 “Who is the Public and How Are Perceptions Created?”,
speech for the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, Banff,
12 October 1995, computer print, 13 p., programme
F.8 Windsor Press Club, Quill Award, 3 November 1989 speech, computer
print with corrections, 8 p.
F.9 “Work Expands to Full the Time Available”, television
script, “around 1959 or 1960”, photocopy of ts., 24 p., adapted
from C. Northcote Parkinson, Parkinson’s Law
F.10 York University, commencement address, 18 June 1987, photocopy of
ts. with corrections, 7 p.
F.11 “The Young in History’s Stream: Generation X and the
Survival of Tradition”, draft paper for The Closing of the American
Mind Revisited, 16-18 May 1997, University of Chicago. Bound together
with other papers given at the conference.
F.12 “Zero Tolerance for Freedom of Speech on Campuses?”,
computer print, 21 p. for speech at the University of Western Ontario,
23 March 1994.
Accidental City: The Transformation of Toronto (1995)
Predominately research materials used in writing the book; original bulky
file divided into six files, F.1-F.6
F.1 Includes computer prints for “Banks” [Chapter 10, “Vaulted
Ambition”] and “The Bonus Era” [Chapter 14, “The
Accidental Masterpiece”]; note from Fulford that “most of
this material [i.e. clippings] is entered”. Contents of this file
were clipped together by Fulford in the original file.
F.2 Computer print of introduction, 17 September 1994
F.3 3 col. photographs by Robert Burley: Metro Zoo, Scarborough, Ont.;
Humber Bay Park, Etobicoke; Bay Adelaide Park, Toronto
F.4-5 Fax, photocopies, tear-sheets, news clippings
F.6 Ms. and ts. notes, mainly on Toronto underground, news clippings
F.7 Research materials for CN Tower chapter
F.8 Research materials on Gardiner Expressway
Bound computer prints with corrections; set marked “Geraldine’s
Bound computer prints with corrections; set marked “copy changes”
F.2 Correspondence, 1995-1996: Includes Macfarlane Walter and Ross; National
Film Board of Canada; Beverley Slopen; Houghton Mifflin Co.; Hyperion;
Sandra Gwyn; Douglas Fetherling; Charles Trueheart of the Washington
Post; C.E. Pratt. Also a contract and Fulford’s remarks at the
F.3 Photographs, 9 b&w, at the book launch, 1995, includes Barbara
Hall and David Crombie Best Seat in the House (1988)
F.4 Correspondence, signed contract, royalty statement, 1988-1992
F.5 Reviews: list of reviews, tear-sheets and news clippings
At a Glance: Erotic Art in Canada (1980)
F.6 Photocopy of “incomplete and never published” book written
with Joan Murray
The Triumph of Narrative: Storytelling in the Age of Mass Culture (1999);
L’instinct du récit (French translation, 2001)
Note: Originally given as the Massey Lectures (five 50-minute programmes)
on CBC Radio One recorded in October 1999 and broadcast 15-19 November
1999; one public lecture at Massey College, University of Toronto, 10
F.1 Correspondence and contracts with Canadian Broadcasting Corp., 1998-1999
F.2 Correspondence with the publisher Anansi, 1999
F.3 Correspondence about the book: letters from Harry Bruce and Alberto
F.4 Introduction to the Massey Lecture, by John Fraser, Master of Massey
College, 10 November 1999; computer print, 5 pp., also invitations
F.5 Notes, Lecture 1, “Gossip, Literature and Fictions of the Self”:
computer print, 17 pp.; untitled notes, computer print, 10 pp.; “March
28, 1999. Some quick comments from Bernie on Fulford’s draft of
the first lecture”, photocopy of computer print, 2 pp.; comments
and questions, ms 1 p. written on verso of p. 30 of computer print about
Grey Owl; research materials (tear-sheets, newspaper clippings, internet
F.6 Lecture 2, “History”: “Saturday Jan. 30. 99, Montreal
Conf[erence], ms notes, 15 pp.; “Montreal Conference, Jan. 31. 99,
My lecture Montreal”, ms notes, 7 pp.; email from Sarah Fulford
with her comments on “chapter two”, 14 June 1999; research
materials (tear-sheets, newspaper clippings, photocopies)
F.7 Lecture 3, “News”: Incomplete page one of lecture, computer
print, with holograph comment; email from Richard Handler, “First
reaction: part 3”,16 June 1999; research materials (tear-sheets,
F.8 Lecture 4, “Unreliable Narrator etc.”: page 31 (last page),
computer print, with holograph comment; ms notes, 7 pp.; research materials
(tear-sheets, newspaper clippings, U. of Toronto online catalogue prints)
F.9 Lecture 5, “Sir Walter Scott and Mass Culture”: Letter
from Sarah Fulford with comments, n.d.; email from Richard Handler, “Reaction:
no. 5”, 23 July 1999; ms notes, 2 pp.; research materials (tear-sheets,
F.10 “Notes re narrative book”: Computer print and manuscript,
F.11 Reviews of book and lectures
CBC Massey Lectures Series, boxed set of five audio cassettes issued by
CBC Radio One.
Works by others:
F.1 “Allan R. Fleming: designer”, galley proof, 9 pp., May
1977. Stamped “2nd revise-rush” but with note by Fulford:
“This was actually the final form of the catalogue for Allan Fleming”.
F.2 “Decline and Fall: Whatever Happened to Free Speech?”
by J.L. Granatstein, 2 photocopies of computer prints, each 16 pp., with
note by Fulford: at University of Toronto, 7 May 1994
F.3 David North, photocopy of untitled computer print, 182 pp. Fulford
has annotated it as follows: “This is David North’s unpublished
ms history of Maclean’s, written on staff, then abandoned
when the regime changed ... 1 August 2004”.
Financial, legal, personal documents, photographs, artwork, appointment
books, awards and honours. – 1950-2001. – 40 cm of textual
records and graphic material. 1 trophy. – Title based on content
Income Tax returns
F.4 1991-1993, 1995, 1997
F.5 Indentures: Edward A. Keenleyside, 1950, 1954; Margaret Keenleyside,
F.6 Last Will and Testament of Robert Fulford, 4 January 1961
F.7 Divorce from Jocelyn Jean Fulford, 1970
F.8 Leasing of 11 Highview Crescent, 1971-1972
F.9 Agreement for A Saturday Night Scrapbook, 1973
F.10 Bank of Montreal mortgage documents, 1978-1979, 1980-1985; letter
from Winch and Gasee re the mortgage, 1984; also some moving documents
F.1 Legal case: Saturday Night et al ats Yaworsky and Samotulka”.
Re article by Sol Littman, “Agent of Holocaust”, Saturday
Night, July 1983. Plaintiffs, Alexander Yaworsky and Roman Samotulka;
defendants, Saturday Night, Robert Fulford, John MacFarlane, Sol
Littman and Dascon Investments Ltd. Correspondence with Porter and Posluns,
Barrister and Solicitors, 1983-1987. Also photocopy of letter from Knox
Vicars McLean, Insurance Brokers, photocopy of letter to Mark Starowicz
of the CBC, letter from Guardian Weekly, and letter from Douglas
Tottle. Note: Clippings file, “Ukrainian Waffen SS” about
historical records pertaining to this case, including photocopies of correspondence
from 1950 is in Box 40.
F.12 Various legal documents, 1972-1983; letter from Michael S. Lazarus,
F.13 Passports, 2: issued 1964 and 1970, also four passport photographs
F.14 Press accreditation cards with photographs: Canada, 1967 and Expo
67; Metropolitan Toronto Police, 1967; TVOntario, 1982; Festival of Festivals,
1985 and 1993; Expo 86
F.15 Baptism certificate, 14 March 1954; Confirmation certificate, 28
F.16 Photocopy of anniversary evaluation, Saturday Night, 16 March
1987; business cards
F.17 Invitation list to Fulford Sherman wedding, 28 November 1970
F.18 Col (31 ), arranged chronologically, 1984-2000
- receiving Order of Canada from Governor General Jeanne Sauvé,
- with P. Kaihla, Toronto, 1986
- “Realities”, Toronto Islands, 1980s (3)
- FT party , December 1988 (2)
- with Peter Gzowski at the Giller Prize dinner, 1995
- with Governor General Romeo LeBlanc, 1996 (3 other men are in the photograph,
two of whom are Knowlton Nash and Peter Desbarats); signed by LeBlanc
- talk on Roth, Hart House, for Florence Rosberb, December 1997 (3)
- with June Callwood, 1997
- CBA, June 1998, with Morley Torgov, H. McLaughlin, A. Torgov, Beverly
Slopen; with Slopen
- at Mackenzie House with P. Gzowski, Peter C. Newman and others, 3 June
- with P.K. Page (hon. degree) and others, 1998; also convocation programme
- launch of Saturday Night, late winter 1999, with Ken Whyte and
- Michael’s Snow honorary degree, 17 June 1999 (4)
- with Annie Proulx at Convocation Hall, 12 June 2000
- on the set of “Why Rock the Boat”, Montreal, with Wm. Weintraub
on the right
- in academic dress with two other unidentified people
- with Florence and Mordecai Richler at a Giller dinner
- with a group of others, standing around a Glenn Gould memorial plaque
- group photographs, one of a picnic, the other with camping gear (2)
- portraits (3)
F.19 B&w (65 ), arranged chronologically, 1953-2001
- first trip to London, 1953, near the Serpentine
- with Dave Brubeck, Alex Barris, and others, 1955
- as assistant editor of Mayfair magazine, December 1956; 2 sheets
of contact prints, 2 photographs (4)
- posing in the Oedipus mask at Stratford, 1959
- on the Empress of Australia, with six others, [195-]
- portrait, 1964, by Ashley & Crippen (4)
- “This Hours Has 7 Days”, on set (?) of televison programme,
by Robert C. Ragsdale, 1964
- with Doris Anderson and others at Massey Hall, 1964
- at Chummy Chaplin Snow opening in New York, February 1964
- at typewriter, writing “This Was Expo”, November 1967. Photograph
published in Remember Expo.
- as new editor of Saturday Night 1968; 1 sheet of contact prints,
- portrait, 24 February 1969
- at testimonial dinner for John Gray, spring 1973, with Mrs. Leo Simpson
and Gwendolyn MacEwen
- at Hirshorn Museum, Washington, 16 February 1977 (2)
- with Geraldine Sherman at the opening of the McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa,
16 March 1977
- with Geraldine Sherman in Jerusalem, September 1978
- at Forest Hill Road home, late 1970s, photographed by Boris Spremo of
the Toronto Star (4)
- in World’s Biggest Bookstore, photographed by Reg Innell, 19 November
- receiving hon. degree from Chancellor Allan Leal at McMaster University,
giving convocation address, 31 May 1986 (4)
- receiving award from League of Human Rights, B’nai B’rith,
- York University hon. degree, 10 June 1987 with Harry Arthurs, president
- “Me and My Underwood”, photographed by A. Levenston, November
- accepting a National Magazine award, 1980s
- at Rideau Hall (4). One photograph, receiving an unidentified award
from Governor General Ramon Hnatyshyn who was in office from 1990 to 1995;
two other photographs sitting beside Lt.-Gov. Pauline MacGibbon of Ontario
at the same function
- at University of Ottawa round table, Westin Hotel, January 1992
- with members of the Department of Journalism, Ryerson University, 1992
- with Larry Zolf at the opening of the Barbara Frum library, 1992
- at Barker Fairley reunion, 24 January 1996
- at Trillium awards with others, including Margaret Atwood, 1996
- stamped Miller, 2001
- as editor and vice-president of Saturday Night (5)
- group photographs, in China, n.d.,with other journalists including Mark
Starowicz, Susan Murray, Chantel Hébert, John Goddard, and others
- with Mayor Barbara Hall of Toronto, n.d., (2 copies of same print)
- 9 others
F.20 10 b&w, 1 col., formerly mounted on a poster titled “Realtities”.
In addition to Fulford, includes Charles Krauthammer, Richard Gwyn, Jonathan
Miller (?); some of the photographs were taken in England
F.21 Beyond the Boundaries of Town and Cities: Fulford, “Hemingway’s
Contribution to the Toronto Star”, Centro Siena-Toronto,
1998: 9 col. photographs taken by Anne Michaels
F.22 Others: 1 col. photograph of Thomas B. Coughlin; 1 col. photograph
of four women
Photographs (oversize; Map Cabinet 50):
3 b&w in front of B.C. Hydro building in Vancouver, January 1967 Col.,
Geraldine Sherman in front of dictionary definition of “Idea”
3 col, mounted, of Fulford with others in Japan, 1997
3 col, mounted, receiving hon. degree at University of Western Ontario,
Posters (Map Cabinet 50):
- Toronto Daily Star, with drawing of Fulford
- Realities: The 80s, TVOntario
- Reading Series, 1957 to 1962
- Hemingway’s Contribution to the Toronto Star, Centro Siena-Toronto
Artwork (Map Cabinet 50):
Fulford by E. Hesse, 1974, portrait sketch
Fulford by J. Boughner, 1977, portrait mixed media
Night of One Hundred Authors, 29 September 1982, a Fund
Raising Event by the Writers’ Development Trust. Framed, containing
Appointment diaries (pocket size)
F.1 1964, 1965, 1966
F.2 1967, 1968, 1969
F.3 1970, 1971, 1972
F.4 1973, 1974, 1975
F.5 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979
F.6 1980, 1981, 1982
F.7 1983, 1984, 1985
F.8 1986, 1987, 1988
F.9 1989, 1990
F.1 1991, 1992, 1993
F.2 1994, 1995, 1996
F.3 1997, 1998, 1999
Canadian Journalism Foundation Awards, 31 May 1996, glass trophy and printed
Awards: (Map Cabinet 50)
Canadian Conference of the Arts, 1981
Canadian National Magazine Awards, 1981, 1982, 1993, 1997, 2002
League for Human Rights of B’nai B’rith, 1985 (to Saturday
National Newspapers award, 1996, 2000
News Hall of Fame, 27 April 1990
Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence, 9 July 1990
President’s medal, University of Western Ontario, 1982, in Birks
blue velvet box
Quill Award, Press Club of Windsor, 1989, brass mounted on wood
Queen Elizabeth silver jubilee Canada medal, 1952-1977, with ribbon, red,
white, blue, in red box stamped ER (Elizabeth Regina), 1952-1977
Salute to the City, City of Toronto Eaton Centre, 2 March 1997
Toronto Arts Award, William Kilbourn Award, medal, n.d.
Hon. degrees and diplomas:
McMaster University, D. Law, 1986, with citation by Alvin A. Lee
University of Western Ontario, D. Litt.,1988, with citation by J.A.B.
Ontario College of Art and Design, 1998
University of King’s College, D. Law, 1996 (citation only)
University of Toronto, D. Litt., 1994
University of Western Ontario, 1988 (programme only)
University of Windsor, D. Law, 1996
York University, D. Litt., 1987, with citation
Order of Canada, 1984
Moving images and sound recordings. – 1959-2003. – 5 video
cassettes. 40 audio cassettes. 1 audio reel. 1 audio disc. – Title
based on content of series.
Five video cassettes, all VHS format
– “Hot Type”, CBC programme, 2 March 2000 (Fulford appears
at 18:00); “Telescope”, Jack McClelland, 1966
– June Callwood’s National Treasures, Robert Fulford, Sleeping
– The Canadians: Biographies of a Nation, Season 3, Bobbie Rosenfeld:
The Natural Athlete, History Television (Fulford is among the interviewees)
– Pamela Wallin, Peter Gzowski & Co., CBC Newsworld, 16 December
1997, with hand-written note on cover from Mary Link, Pamela Wallin producer
– Tattoo, The National Post Writers, 1. Fulford, 17 January
2003, The Option Inc.
Audio cassettes (40)
– Culture and the Marketplace, a ten-part series, one part per cassette.
Part 4 not extant, thus only 9 cassettes
– Morningside, CBC radio programme, 10 cassettes: Denys Arcand,
1989; Frank magazine, 1990; Margaret Atwood, 1991; newspapers,
1992; John Fraser, 1993; Gzowski (generation), 1994; Robertson Davies
obituary, 1995; Mary Wesley, 1995 (this cassette also contains a Sunday
Morning programme on victim art); Farley Mowat, Maggie Siggins, 1996;
– This Morning, 3 cassettes: Ian Brown on Saturday Night;
Governor-General; Avery Haines, all 2000
– The Arts Today / The Arts Tonight, 3 cassettes: 1994, 1995, 2001
(Mordecai Richler obituary)
– American Pastoral, 2 cassettes: Fulford’s seminar
on Philip Roth, American Pastoral, Hart House 14 December 1995.
Side A of one of the cassettes also contains Fulford at OISE
– Barbara Amiel, Women in the Media, 1996, discusses Fulford as
– Arts National, Fulford on
– As It Happens, July 1993
– Saul Bellow interview, Toronto, 6 April 1996
– Safdie and Boggs, National Gallery of Canada: 2 cassettes
– Canadian portrait, Choral Concert, 19 January 1997
– Cuthbert Snow, Art Critics on Culture in Canada, 11-1-89
– Michael Enright and Fulford, narrative, 11 Nov. 1999
– How the World Has Changed, CBC Radio One, 13 September 2001
- OISE, Fulford at. See also American Pastoral in this box
– Ostwald and Gould: Fulford and Goldbloom on
– Welcome to 1984: IDCA: Beinart, Fulford, Terrazas
Views on the Pops (Shows), 21 March 1965, in blue C.B.C. Radio-Canada
“Orpheus in the Underworld”, Stratford Festival production
1959, adaptation by Fulford and James Knight, 33.3 rpm. Also bound “Précis
of Press Clippings”. Location: Map cabinet 50.
Printed materials. – 1950-2004. – 1.5 m of textual records.
– Title based on content of series. – Contains material by
and about Fulford
Toronto Star columns
Tear-sheets from the Toronto Star containing Fulford’s book
columns, 6 July 1957-29 August 1959. Note: Fulford a contributor and then
in late 1958 became a books editor.
For columns from the 1960s see Box 42, F.11
Toronto Star columns. Note: each file contains a typed list of
the columns contained in the file. Some columns are photocopies, others
are tear-sheets from the newspaper.
F.1 19 June 1971-24 June 1972
F.2 1 July 1972-29 December 1973
F.3 5 Jan. 1974-28 Dec. 1974
F.4 4 Jan. 1975-27 Dec. 1975
F.5 3 Jan. 1976-31 Dec. 1976
F.6 8 Jan. 1977-31 Dec. 1977
F.7 2 Jan. 1978-30 Dec. 1978
F.1 6 Jan. 1979-29 Dec. 1979
F.2 5 Jan. 1980-18 Oct. 1980
F.3 5 July 1980-26 Dec. 1981
F.4 2 Jan. 1982-24 Dec. 1982
F.5 2 Jan. 1983-29 Dec. 1983
F.6 7 Jan. 1984-29 Dec. 1984
F.7 5 Jan. 1985-28 Dec. 1985
F.1 4 Jan. 1986-27 Dec. 1986. Note: Listing dates last four columns as
F.2 3 Jan. 1987-26 Dec. 1987
Tear-sheets and photocopies of various columns
F.1 Globe and Mail, 1997
F.2 National Post, 2000
F.3 National Post, 2001
F.4 National Post, 2002
F.5 National Post, 2003
F.6 National Post, 2004
F.7 Saturday Night, 1965-1967; pasted into scrapbook
F.8 Saturday Night, September 1968 to December 1972; pasted into
scrapbook, also photocopies
F.9 Saturday Night, Jan. 1973 to August 1974; pasted into scrapbook,
F.10 Saturday Night, 1975-1976
F.11 Saturday Night, 1977-1980
F.10 Toronto Life, 1995; 1999-2001
F.11 Toronto Star, 1960-1968
As Marshall Delaney, movie reviewer
F.12 Saturday Night, January 1968 to July 1972; pasted into scrapbook.
Also tear-sheet from PMA Books, Fall 1974, re Marshall Delaney at the
Movies; photocopies of press mentions of Delaney, 1975-1979; “joke”
Good Housekeeping award, 1969
As Robert Marshall
F.13 Saturday Night, 24 October 1953; “first published magazine
F.14 Photocopy of typed listing of columns, articles, and reviews, 1989,
various publications, mainly the Financial Times; photocopies of
Periodicals containing articles by Fulford. Some have been photocopied
American Review of Canadian Studies, 1973
Canada Today, 1999
Canadian Art: two issues, 1961, 1997
Chicago Tribune Travel Magazine, 1993
City and Country Home, 1992
Destinations: two issues, 1989, 1991
Imperial Oil Review, 1992
Mayfair: six issues, 1954, 1955, 1957
Maclean’s: three issues, 1963, 1997
25: Presence of Excellence, National Magazine Awards
Society of Editors (Victoria) Newsletter, 2004
Tamarack Review: four issues, 1958, 1959, 1964, 1966
Also tear-sheet from Ontario /66, published by Ontario Department
of Economics and Development
Tear-sheets and photocopies containing articles and reviews by Fulford:
F.1 Newspapers: Le Devoir, Financial Times, Montreal Gazette, New Zealand
Jewish Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, Ottawa Citizen, Toronto Globe and
Mail, Vancouver Sun, 1955-2002; also reprint of a Toronto Star
article in Minutes of Charles Olson Society, 1993
F.2 Periodicals: ARTnews, Books in Canada, Canadian Art, Canadian Architect,
Canadian Forum, Canadian Interiors, Canadian Notes and Queries, CBC Times,
Chatelaine, Destinations, Enroute, Imperial Oil Review, Last Rights, Maclean’s,
Magazine Magic, Masthead, Next City, Nieman Reports, Policy Options, Publishers
Weekly, Queen’s Quarterly, Report on Business Magazine, Ryerson
Teaching Log, Saturday Night, This Magazine, Town and Country, TVO Plus,
1958-2002; also tear-sheet from book about Barron, 1972; tear-sheet about
Ontario Heritage, 1996
F.3 Book reviews by Fulford in Canadian Reader, 1976-1978: Morley
Callaghan, Close to the Sun Again and A Fine and Private Place;
Brian Moore, The Great Victorian Collection; Alden Nowlan, Smoked
Glass; Walter Stewart, As They See Us.
Art Gallery publications, containing Fulford contributions:
F.4 Mashel Teitelbaum ... new works, Gallery Moos Ltd., 1970; Albert
Franck in retrospect, 1973-1974; Mary Pratt: Paintings –
A Seven Year Survey, Aggregation Gallery, 1976; Town Collages,
Jordan Gallery, n.d.
F.5 “Speaking the Unspeakable: Violence in the Literature of our
Time”, Royal Commission on Violence in the Communications Industry,
Minor press mentions. Mostly news clippings and tear-sheets from
F.16 Biographical sketches, interviews, cartoons, [196-]-1998
F.17 Speeches: printed notices, reports, poster, 1971-2003
F.1 Printed invitations
F.2 “Ukrainian Waffen SS”: Clippings file about historical
records pertaining to the legal case (see Box 31, F.11), including photocopies
of correspondence from 1950
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