TABLE OF CONTENTS

Collection Summary
 

Biographical Sketch
 

Scope and Contents of the Collection
 

Organization of the Collection
 

Index Terms
 

Administrative Information 
 

Contact Information
 

Series Level Descriptions
 

1 - African Art: 1962-1991. 
 

2 - Contemporary Art: 1972-1991. 
 

3 - Amerindian and Inuit History, Culture, and Traditional Art: 1950-1991.
 

4 - Other Professional Papers: 1950-1991. 
 

Box Lists
 

SERIES 1 - African Art 
 

SERIES 2 - Contemporary Art 
 

SERIES 3 - Amerindian & Inuit History, Culture and Traditional Art 
 

SERIES 4 - Other Professional Papers 

Jacqueline Fry fonds: 

Finding Aid 


Collection Summary

Title: Jacqueline Fry fonds. 
Dates: - 1950-1991. 
Quantity:  - 2.8 m of textual records and other material. 

Biographical Sketch

Jacqueline Delange Fry (1923-1991), Canadian art historian, anthropologist and curator, worked as a Laboratory Assistant, Département d'Afrique Noire, Musée de l'Homme, Paris (1950-1960) and as Directeur du Département, Musée de l'Homme, Paris (1960-1970).  In 1970, Fry immigrated to Canada where she was employed as Curator of Non-Western Art, Winnipeg Art Gallery (1971-1973), Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, Université de Montréal (1973-1976; 1980) and Lecturer, Department of Visual Arts, University of Ottawa (1976-1991).  An authority on African art, Fry became interested in the relationship between Inuit, First Nations and African art after moving to Canada.  She was one of the first art historians to study contemporary First Nations art in Canada.  She also became interested in contemporary non-First Nations art in this country.  Fry published two books on African art (Arts et peuples de l'Afrique noire, 1967; Afrique noire, la création plastique, 1976) as well as numerous articles on African, First Nations, Inuit and contemporary Canadian art.  She organized art exhibitions in all of these areas, including the exhibition of African sculpture for the National Gallery of Canada entitled Twenty-five African sculptures (1978). 

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The fonds consists of research files, photographs, and slides relating to African art, First Nations art, Inuit art, and contemporary art (First Nations and non-First-Nations). There are also sound recordings of African music and computer diskettes. The fonds includes material related to exhibitions organized by Fry and to Fry's career as a university lecturer. Professional and personal papers and miscellaneous personal items are also part of the fonds.

Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of fonds.

Immediate source of acquisition: Donated to the National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives by Philip Fry, 1991.

Physical description: Includes: 1316 photographic prints, 228 negatives, 1634 slides, 4 sound recordings and 2 computer diskettes.

Finding aids: Series level descriptions and box list available.

Associated material: For information on the exhibition Twenty-five African sculptures, see National Gallery of Canada Archives, EX 1624.

Note: See Visual Resources database records for the fonds for more information on the photographs.

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Organization of the Collection

This collection is organized into 4 series.
Series 1 - African Art, 1962-1991.
Series 2 - Contemporary Art, 1972-1991.
Series 3 - Ameridian and Inuit History, Culture, and Traditional Art, 1950-1991.
Series 4 - Other Professional Papers, 1950-1991.

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Index Terms

Names:
Fry, Jacqueline, 1923-1991
Subjects:
Art -- Africa
Art -- History -- 20th century
Indian art
Indian sculpture
Inuit art
Inuit sculpture
Sculpture -- Africa
Document Types:
Computer diskettes.
Negatives.
Photographs.
Research files.
Slides.
Sound recordings.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Title of item], Jacqueline Fry fonds, Library and Archives, National Gallery of Canada.

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Contact Information

Cyndie Campbell
Head, Archives, Documentation and Visual Resources
Library and Archives
National Gallery of Canada
380 Sussex Drive
P.O. Box 427, Station A
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 9N4

T 613-990-0597
F 613-990-9818

ccampbel@gallery.ca

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Series Level Descriptions

 

African Art. - 1962-1991. - 1.12 m of textual records and 1,142 photographs. 

The series consists of 80 files containing mainly unidentified photographs of Sub-Saharan African sculpture, most of which are unidentified, and research materials relating to African art.  Files include articles and reprints of articles (some signed) on African art, history, social life and customs.  The files also contain correspondence with scholars, publishers and with others interested in African art, including:  Robert F. Thompson,Yale University; Nicole Lemay (1943- ), La Société des Musées Québeçois; art collectors and friends Elisabeth and Justin Lang; Dorothy Farr (1946- ), Agnes Etherington Art Centre; Père Knops; William Buller Fagg (1914- ), British Museum; Jean Gabus, Musée d'Éthnographie, Neuchâtel, Switzerland; Keith Nicklin, National Museum, Nigeria; Marie-Claude Dupré; graduate students Christopher D. Roy, Danielle Duquette  and Francine N'diaye; Albert Maesen, Musée Royal de L'Afrique Centrale; B. (Bohumil) Holas (1909-1979), Centre des Sciences Humaines; Fry's doctoral supervisor Jean Laude (1922- ), Université de Paris; Adriaan G. Claerhout (1926- ), Stad Antwerpen; Elsy Leuzinger, Museum Rietberg Zurich; and Éditions Gallimard.  In addition, the files also contain notes and articles by Fry, reviews and correspondence relating to her publications and programmes, and materials related to symposia on African art.  Much of the material dates from Fry's time at the Musée de l'Homme in Paris (1950-1970), though there is also material dating from her doctoral programme at the Sorbonne.  The files also contain material relating to exhibitions with which Fry was involved, including the Paris-Dakar exhibition of African Art (First World Festival of Negro Arts, 1966).
Source of supplied title proper: Title supplied by cataloguer.
Physical description: Includes: 1,021 photographic prints, 114 negatives, 7 contact sheets.
Note: See Visual Resources database records for the fonds for further information on the photographs.

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Contemporary Art. - 1972-1991. - 83 cm of textual records and 238 photographs. 

The series consists of 88 files of material on contemporary Canadian artists, with an emphasis on contemporary First Nations artists. The files also contain information related to contemporary African artists and to the influence of traditional African art on contemporary Western art. In addition, the following types of documents are included: exhibition notices, posters, invitations, postcards, price lists, photographs and slides of exhibition installations and artists' works, clippings on artists, press releases, conference programmes, curriculum vitae and biographical sketches on artists, periodicals and photocopies of articles, and exhibition catalogues. The series includes files on various contemporary artists, as well as 39 photographs of works by Canadian artist Irene Whittome (1942- ). There is also correspondence from the following artists, curators, scholars, and organizations:  Marlene Creates (1952- ), Hervé Fisher, Fred Forest (1933- ), Louise Bourgeois (1911- ), Carl Beam (1943- ), Viviane Gray, Robert Houle (1948- ), Katherine Knight (1955- ), the Canada Council, Lance Bélanger (1956-), Sheila J. Klotz, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Jean Blodgett (1945- ), the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Barbara Lounder (1955- ), Marybelle Myers, La Fédération des Coopératives du Nouveau Québec, and K.J. Butler (1937- ).  The series includes Fry's notes on a number of contemporary artists, research proposals by Fry and others as well as course outlines for classes Fry gave at the University of Ottawa. 
Source of supplied title proper: Title supplied by cataloguer.
Physical description: Includes: 144 photographic prints, 24 negatives, 70 slides.
Note: See Visual Resources database records for the fonds for futher information on the photographs.

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Amerindian and Inuit History, Culture, and Traditional Art. 1950-1991. 22 cm of textual records and 24 photographs. 

The series consists of 24 files that contain information and documentation concerning the history, culture, and traditional art of the aboriginal peoples of North and South America, with an emphasis on Canada's First Nations. Included are the following types of documents: bibliographies, maps showing the geographical local of Canada's First Nations, position papers by the Native Council of Canada and the Assembly of First Nations, an information package from the Institute of Alaska Native Arts Inc., periodicals and articles, postcards, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, business cards, conference programmes, travel brochures, booklets, a statement of expenditures, minute books and resolution books from the National Indian Arts Council (1976-1977), an information package on an exhibition (Images Stone B.C., 1975) organized by the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, photographs of traditional native art works, exhibition catalogues, research papers, exhibition invitations, and press releases. The files also contain correspondence with the following scholars, artists, and institutions: Martine de Widerspach-Thor, Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia; Canadian artist Alex Janvier (1935- ); the Winnipeg Art Gallery; and Wayne P. Suttles (1918- ). Course notes and course outlines by Fry are included in the series.
Source of supplied title proper: Title supplied by cataloguer.
Note: See Visual Resources Database records for the fonds for further information on the photographs.

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Other Professional Papers. - 1950-1991. - 63 cm of textual records and other material. 

The series consists of 52 files containing, for the most part, Fry's other professional papers that are not directly related to her curatorial interests or her interest in the history, culture, and art of the First Nations and the Inuit.  Material relating to her teaching activities can be found among these files, as well as among the files in each of the other three series.  In some instances, files in this series contain personal correspondence and greeting cards as well as photographs of Fry's family and friends.  Included are the following types of materials: newspaper clippings, tear sheets, reprints (some signed), exhibition invitations, periodicals, photocopies of periodical articles, exhibition catalogues, notes, memoranda, a proposal prepared by the Garden Hill Indian Co-op, a map, business cards, a copy of a project submitted by Céline de Guide to the Commission France-Canada, booklets, research papers, greeting cards, brochures, notebooks, press releases, bibliographies, posters, questionnaires, programmes, loan forms and copies of loan forms for art works, copies of students' assignments, sound recordings of African music, computer diskettes, photographs and slides of works of contemporary art, aboriginal arts, and African art.  The series includes correspondence with the following artists, curators, scholars, and friends: Jacqueline Salmon; Francine N'diaye; Chris Zwarich; anthropology graduate student Colleen Kriger (1949- ); religious studies graduate student Maureen Korp; Réjane Thibault; Pierre Gaudibert, Musée de Grenoble; Suzanne Rivard LeMoyne (1928- ), Head of the Department of Theatre and Visual Arts, University of Ottawa; Ted Poulos, Canadian Museums Association; Brenda Wallace, Canada Council for the Arts; Diane Vincent (1952- ), Laval University; Marjorie M. Halpin (1937- ), University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology; Robert Houle (1947- ); Carol Podedworny (1959- ); and Marlene Creates.  The series also includes Philip Fry's correspondence with the following individuals and institutions: the University of Ottawa, Elisabeth and Justin Lang, D. P. Ross, Ian McLachlan (1938- ), and Dr. Murray B. Frum (1931- ).  In addition, the series includes 1,564 slides of African, traditional Native North American, and contemporary art (including contemporary First Nations art).  Miscellaneous items belonging to Fry include the following: her University of Ottawa staff pin and identification card, her text for "Les ‘displays' impertinents" presented at the Association canadienne francaise pour l'avancement des Sciences, her curriculum vitae and a photograph of Fry with Canadian artist Irene Whittome.
Source of supplied title proper: Title supplied by cataloguer.
Physical description: Includes: 127 photographic prints, 90 negatives, 1,564 slides, 4 sound recordings, 2 computer diskettes.
Note: See Visual Resources Database records for the fonds for further information on the photographs.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Box Lists

Titles which appear in square brackets were assigned by the cataloguer, all other titles were given to the files by Jacqueline Fry.

 

Series 1 - African Art 

Box Folder
Box 1 File 1 [African Art] [n.d]
File 2 [African Art] [n.d]
File 3 [African Art] [n.d]
File 4 [African Art] [n.d]
File 5 [African Art] [n.d]
File 6 [African Art] [n.d]
File 7 [African Art] [n.d]
File 8 [African Art] [1960-1991]
File 9 [African Art] [1963-1972]
File 10 [African Art] [1966-1986]
File 11 [African Art] [1968-1989]
File 12 [African Art] [1969-1973]
Box Folder
Box 2 File 1 [African Art] [ca. 1970]
File 2 [African Art] [1975-1989]
File 3 [African Art] [1985-1990]
File 4 [African Art] [1987]
File 5 [African Art- Lang Collection] [1984-1991]
File 6 [African Art and Ceremonies] [1978]
File 7 [African Art and Decorative Art] [n.d.]
File 8 [African Art and Fortification] [1967] 
File 9 [African Religion] [n.d.]
Box Folder
Box 3 File 1 African Women in African Art [1976]
File 2 Afrique de l'Est [1939-1969]
File 3 Angola [n.d.]
File 4 L'Art Africain vus par les jeunes - Presse [1970-1971]
File 5 [Art from Congo] [1955-1956]
File 6 [Articles and papers by Marie-Claude Dupré] [1977-1981]
File 7 Arts d'Afrique Noire - Arts non-occidentaux [ca. 1985-1988]
File 8 [Ashanti Metal Spoons] [n.d.]
File 9 [Assortment of Loose Items from Box # 44] [1961-1984]
File 10 Bakota - Magnhive? [1960-1973]
File 11 Bambara - Photo, négatif [n.d.]
File 12 Bankas [1966]
Box Folder
Box 4 File 1 Barbier-Müller [1979-1986]
File 2 Cameroun [1962-1974]
File 3 [Chamanisme] [n.d.]
File 4 Chercher renseignement [n.d.]
File 5 Congo - Angola [1902-1971]
Box Folder
Box 5 File 1 [Correspondence from Christopher D. Roy] [1975-1976]
File 2 [Correspondence from Danielle Duquette] [1976]
File 3 [Correspondence from Marie-Claire Dupré] [1977-1978]
File 4 [Correspondence from Wally J. Kozar] [1989]
File 5 Côte d'Ivoire, Libéria, Sierra Léone [n.d.]
File 6 Dahomey Ghana [1965-1977]
File 7 Design [1982]
File 8 Documents a rendre à Philip Fry - Objets et monde [n.d.]
File 9 Documents M.H. [African Art] [n.d.]
File 10 Dogon [1964]
File 11 Économie [n.d.]
Box Folder
Box 6 File 1 Éthnoesthétique [1966-1978]
File 2 Forgeron [n.d.]
File 3 Guinée Haute Volta [n.d.]
File 4 Lebeuf? [Photographs of African Art Objects] [n.d.]
File 5 Liste d'Adresses, Renseignements sur Chercheurs [n.d.]
File 6 Mali - Niger [ca. 1966]
Box Folder
Box 7 File 1 Marionnettes [n.d.]
File 2 Mr. Courtois [African Art - Photographs] [n.d.]
File 3 Mr. Courtois [African Art - Photographs] [n.d.]
File 4 Mumuye [1977]
File 5 Musée Cantini - L'Art Africain vu par les enfants et Musée des enfants [1970-1971]
File 6 Nigeria [1958-1975]
File 7 Nigeria (Fagg) [1961]
File 8 "Notes sur la vie et la pensée de Frans M. Olbrechts" by A. Maesen [1959]
File 9 ["On Exhibiting African Art"] [n.d.]
File 10 P.N.A. Popular vs. Expression & Joyce Wieland [n.d.]
Box Folder
Box 8 File 1 Photos [1962-1966]
File 2 Photos Dogon [n.d.]
File 3 [Policies Art 3215] [1977]
File 4 Portrait et Caricature [1965-1966]
File 5 Problèmes d'analyse de l'Art traditionnel du Gabon [1970]
File 6 [Readings Art 3215] [1970]
Box Folder
Box 9 File 1 [Registration Art 3215] [1978]
File 2 [Reprint from Feuille d'avis de Vevey] [1969]
File 3 Serrures Dogon [n.d.]
File 4 [Serrures Dogon] [1967-1969]
File 5 Serrures Dogon [1970-1971]
File 6 [Symposium on traditional African art - Hampton Institute] [1968]
File 7 Textes thématiques [1951-1979]
File 8 UNESCO = Fry [Correspondence] [1956-1978]
File 9 Yombe Photo, Négatifs [n.d.]

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Series 2 - Contemporary Art 

Box Folder
Box 10 File 1 Agnes Etherington - Floor Plan - Exhibitions [1990]
File 2 Alex Janvier [1972-1983]
File 3 Amis du Musée des Beaux Arts [1991]
File 4 Art in Holman [1989]
File 5 Art et Anthropologie [1982-1988]
File 6 Barbara Lounder [1988-1989]
File 7 Bob Boyer [1982-1989]
File 8 Carl Beam [1985-1991]
File 9 Collections d'art Amérindien Ottawa - Phoenix - Rapports [1983-1985]
File 10 [Conference - Development of Contemporary Arts in Colonized Countries] [1984]
File 11 Conseil des Arts - Grant [1989]
File 12 Contemporary African Art [1965-1989]
File 13 [Contemporary African Art] [ca. 1969]
File 14 [Contemporary Amerindian Art] [1974-1989]
File 15 [Contemporary Amerindian Art] [1978-1991]
File 16 [Contemporary Amerindian Art] [1981-1983]
Box Folder
Box 11 File 1 [Contemporary Amerindian Art] [1981-1990]
File 2 [Contemporary Amerindian Art] [1983]
File 3 [Contemporary Amerindian Art] [1985-1989]
File 4 [Contemporary Amerindian Art] [1986?]
File 5 [Contemporary Amerindian Art] [1986-1988]
File 6 [Contemporary Amerindian Art and Current Events] [1980-1988]
File 7 Contemporary Amerindian Artists [1972-1991]
File 8 [Contemporary Art] [1980-1991]
File 9 [Contemporary Art] [1984-1991]
Box Folder
Box 12 File 1 [Contemporary Art] [1985-1990]
File 2 Contemporary Arts in non-Western Societies [n.d.]
File 3 [Contemporary Indian, Inuit and African Art] [1987-1990]
File 4 [Contemporary Inuit and Indian Art] [1990-1991]
File 5 [Copies of Story Panels from the Exhibition "The Distance between Two Points is Measured in Memories, Labrador 1988" by Marlene Creates] [1988]
File 6 Courrier réponses [1990]
File 7 [Daniel Buren] [1981-1982]
File 8 Daniel Buren [1982-1984]
File 9 [Decélèbration] [1991]
File 10 [Le dur et le flexible, entre deux références - Viviane Gray et Ron Noganosh] [1989]
File 11 Edward Poitras [1984-1991]
File 12 [Edward Poitras] [1985-1991]
File 13 Electra [1983-1984]
File 14 Études d'art Africain au XXe [1987-1988]
File 15 [The Experimental Gallery] [1991]
File 16 Fred Forest [1980-1983]
File 17 Gerald McMaster [1991]
Box Folder
Box 13 File 1 Hans Haacke [1981]
File 2 Hard and Soft [1987-1989]
File 3 Hervé Fischer, J.-Paul Thénot [1976-1982]
File 4 [Indian Art] [ca. 1962-1977]
File 5 [Indian Art - Ministic Carvers Co-Op] [n.d.]
File 6 Indiens vus par les blancs - Blancs vus par les Indiens [n.d.]
File 7 Inuit art [1973-1986]
File 8 [Inuit Art] [1977]
File 9 Inuit Art Foundation [1986]
File 10 Inuit Art - Lectures [1977-1978]
File 11 Inuit Prints - texte refusé [n.d.]
File 12 [Irene Whittome] [ca. 1980]
File 13 J. Fry. Le musée [1972-1980]
File 14 [J. Fry's articles in Parachute] [1983-1988?]
Box Folder
Box 14 File 1 Jacqueline Fry [1990]
File 2 [Jennifer Dickson - Some Thoughts on the Old Field Garden] [1987]
File 3 [Jennifer Dickson - The Hospital for Wounded Angels] [1986]
File 4 Joane Cardinal-Schubert [1983-1991]
File 5 Lance Bélanger [1988]
File 6 Lost Modernisme [1979-1989]
File 7 Louise Bourgeois - Présentation ou travail - méthode [1985-1990]
File 8 Madame Fry - Jack Shadbolt [ca. 1986]
File 9 "Mae Home" [1991]
File 10 [Marlene Creates] [n.d.]
File 11 [Marlene Creates] [1989]
File 12 Marybelle Myers Inuit Art and Craft Co-operatives - Inuit Art [1978]
File 13 [Native American Art Studies Association] [1985]
File 14 [Le Neoprimitivisme] [n.d.]
File 15 Northwest Coast Arts [1977-1983]
File 16 Northwest Coast Arts [1989]
File 17 The Northwest: A Collector's Vision [n.d.]
File 18 Paysagistes et Portraitistes [n.d.]
File 19 Pierre Sioui [1987]
File 20 Rebecca Belmore [1991]
Box Folder
Box 15 File 1 [Richard Purdy] [1984-1990?]
File 2 Robert Houle [1975-1991]
File 3 [Robert Houle - Mohawk Summer] [1991]
File 4 Ron Noganosh [1985-1989]
File 5 Sarain Stump [1974]
File 6 [Shirley Bear] [n.d.]
File 7 Shirley Bear [1984-1987]
File 8 Stephen Cruise - Courrier - Cartes d'Exposition [1983-1990]
File 9 [Task Force on Museums and First Peoples] [1990]
File 10 [Text by J. Fry on Contemporary Amerindian Art] [n.d.]
File 11 Tradition et modernité [1985]

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Series 3 - Amerindian & Inuit History, Culture and Traditional Art 

Box Folder
Box 16 File 1 [Twentieth Century Art and the Influence of African Art] [1972-1980]
File 2 [Two Notebooks] [n.d.]
File 3 [U Shaman - Chamen, Dis-moi Pourquoi? Shaman, Tell me why? By Pierre Sioui] [1990]
File 4 Viviane Gray [1981-1986]
File 5 Viviane Gray [1988-1990]
File 6 [Amerindian and Inuit Art and Culture] [1962-1991]
File 7 [Amerindian and Inuit History, Culture and Traditional Art] [1976]
File 8 [Amerindian Art, Culture and History and National Indian Arts Council] [1972-1977]
File 9 [Bibliographies on Amerindians and Amerindian Art] [1990]
File 10 [The Brockville Recorder and Times - An Interview with an Inuit Elder] [1991]
File 11 Canadian Indian Art - Côte Pacifique (M.F. Guedon?) [Traditional and Contemporary Art on the Northwest Coast] [n.d.]
Box Folder
Box 17 File 1 [Canadian Eskimo Carving in Historical Perspective] [1962]
File 2 [Copper Use among Amerindians - M. de Widerspach-Thor] [1979]
File 3 Cours terminés - Arts non-occidentaux [Inuit History and Art] [1975-1991]
File 4 Histoire [History of Amerindians and Amerindian Art] [1977-1983]
File 5 ["Images Stone BC" - An Exhibition of Traditional Indian Sculpture] [1975-1979]
File 6 Indian Voice - Meech Lake [Amerindian Organizations Addressing the Meaning of "Distinctness"] [1990-1991]
File 7 [Innu Current Affairs and Inuit Art] [1984-1989]
File 8 Inuit [1986]
File 9 [J. Fry's Text on the Art of the Northwest Coast?] [n.d.]
File 10 Loans from Glenbow [n.d.]
File 11 [Northwest Coast Art] [1976]
File 12 Notes de lecture Indiens Northwest Coast [n.d.]
File 13 Tupilek [Inuit Art] [1950]

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Series 4 - Other Professional Papers 

Box Folder
Box 18 File 1 ACFAS "Displays" Impertinents - Notes, Manuscrites [1991]
File 2 Activités, comptes-rendus, Saved [1983-1989]
File 3 [African Art, Student's Assignments, Garden Hill Indian Co-op] [1973-1976, 1982-1984]
File 4 [Amerindians, Irene Wittome and Montreal] [ca. 1985]
File 5 [Annotated map of "Archipel des Îles Bissagos"] [1979]
File 6 Art et Anthropologie - Musée du Bas St-Laurent [1967-1988]
File 7 [Articles by J. Fry] [n.d.]
File 8 [Assortment of loose items from BOX #1] [1975-1990]
Box Folder
Box 19 File 1 [Assortment of loose items from BOX # 21] [1968-1990]
File 2 [Assortment of loose items from BOX # 23] [1980-1991]
File 3 [Assortment of loose items from BOX # 45] [1960-1991]
File 4 [Assortment of loose items from BOX # 47] [ca. 1967]
File 5 [Centenaire de la maison des missions: 1887-1987] [1987]
File 6 Chamanisme [1975-1988]
File 7 [Colloque 1975-1987?]
File 8 [Contemporary Amerindian Art and Other Material] [1984-1989]
File 9 [Copies from Publications by Italo Calvino and Journal de Genève] [1986]
File 10 [Correspondence] [1990-1991]
File 11 [Correspondence from Maureen Korp (Doctoral Student, Religious Studies, University of Ottawa)] [1987-1988]
File 12 [Correspondence from Pierre Gaudibert] [1981]
Box Folder
Box 20 File 1 [Correspondence from Réjane Thibault - Wunderkammer Exhibition] [1985]
File 2 [Correspondence - Lang Collection - Museology Course] [1977; 1980-1982]
File 3 Courrier en cours [1990-1991]
File 4 En cours - Esthétique [1965-1986]
File 5 [Course Material - Museology] [1969-1980]
File 6 [Exhibition Catalogue and Periodicals] [1950-1979]
File 7 ["Les Habitants-Paysagistes" by Bernard Lassus] [n.d.]
File 8 [Impressions d'Afrique] [n.d.]
File 9 [Invitations to Vernissages] [1991]
File 10 Jean Laude - Le Centre de recherches historiques sur les relations artistiques entre les cultures [n.d.]
File 11 [La lecture de l'objet matériel - by Diane Vincent] [1986]
File 12 [Map of Canada] [1966]
File 13 [Masks as Metaphors of Anti-Structure - by Marjorie M. Halpin] [1976]
File 14 Methodologie - Conférence Questionnaires [1986]
Box Folder
Box 21 File 1 [Michel Leiris] [1985]
File 2 Musée Sherbrooke [1990]
File 3 [Muséologie - Art 3010] [1978]
File 4 [Nature Art Gallery Project Team - Evaluation Action Plan - National Museum of Man] [1985]
File 5 Newspaper Clippings [1980-1989]
File 6 Papers Vastokas Myers Grayburn Phillips [1984-1987]
File 7 "Passages a l'age d'homme" Presse [1968-1969]
File 8 [Photographs] [1978-1990]
File 9 Politique du musée - Musée de la Civilisation [n.d.]
File 10 Prêt [1965-1976]
File 11 [Primitivism - Aesthetics] [n.d.]
Box Folder
Box 22 File 1 [Slides, Notes, Articles on Contemporary, African and Amerindian Art] [1975-1990]
File 2 [Sound Recordings and Computer Diskettes] [1971-1985]
File 3 [Symposium d'ethno-Esthétique Africaine - Correspondence] [1977;1991]
File 4 [Terminology, Classification and Nomenclature of Archaeology and Ethnology] [ca. 1985]
File 5 Textes actuels [1980-1991]
Box Folder
Box 23 File 1 Textes théoriques ou critiques [1964-1985]
File 2 [University of Ottawa - Staff ID and Pin] [1977]
Box
Box 24 Slides 
Box 25 Slides 
Box 26 Slides 

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