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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Processing Information

Preferred Citation

Contact Information

Box List

National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives

Ingrid M. Haase fonds:

Finding Aid



Collection Summary

Title:Ingrid M. Haase fonds.
Dates:– 1967-2013 ; 2007-2013 predominant.
Quantity: – 24 cm of textual records, 59 photographs, and other material.

Biographical sketch

Ingrid Monika Haase was born in September 1940 in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, the elder of two daughters of Siegfried Haase (1916-1996) and Hedwig Maria Haase (née Doering) (1916-1984). In July 1952, after spending several years in Wiesbaden, Germany, Ingrid immigrated with her family to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, where her father found employment as a graphic artist with Eastern Photo Engravers and later with Maritime Photo Engravers, before being hired in 1964 to teach graphic techniques, printmaking, and illustration at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD). From 1956 to 1958, Ingrid attended St. Patrick's High School in Halifax and in 1963 she earned a Bachelor of Elementary Education from Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax. Upon graduating from Mount Saint Vincent, Ingrid spent several years working as a teacher in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, as well as in Burnaby and Vancouver, British Columbia. Following her career as a teacher, she obtained a Masters of Library Studies from Dalhousie University, Halifax, and soon after began working as a librarian at the Morisset Library, University of Ottawa. Ingrid began the arduous task of cataloguing the work of her father not long after he moved from Halifax to Cambridge, Ontario in 1984. She continued this work over the next two decades while also advancing her education, including earning a Masters of Religious Studies at the University of Ottawa. After the death of Siegfried Haase in 1996, Ingrid took on the responsibility of donating the numerous art works that had been left as part of his estate. She completed a detailed catalogue of her father's paintings, prints, drawings, and pottery in 2013.

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Scope and Content

The fonds consists of research material, including correspondence, manuscripts, and photographs, compiled by Ingrid Haase in the course of cataloguing and donating paintings, prints, drawings, and pottery produced by her father, the artist Siegfried Haase. Correspondence mainly concerns Ingrid's donation of art works to such institutions as the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax; the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick; the City of Ottawa, Ontario; the Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; and the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton. The photographs in the fonds show the Haase family in Germany, Siegfried and his wife Hedwig in Halifax, Siegfried and family members in Ontario after his move there in 1984, and paintings and prints by Siegfried. Also included are sympathy cards and notes that Ingrid received following the death of her father in 1996.

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

Physical description: Photographs include 9 b&w and 50 colour images. Other material consists of 6 CDs and 1 DVD.

Immediate source of acquisition: Donated to the National Gallery of Canada by Ingrid M. Haase in 2013.

Terms governing use and reproduction: Permission to reproduce or publish material from the Ingrid M. Haase fonds must be obtained from the National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives.

Finding aids: Box list available.

Related material: Related material can be found in the Siegfried Haase fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives..

Accruals: No further accruals expected.

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Index Terms

Names:
Haase, Ingrid, 1940-
Haase, Siegfried, 1916-1996
Document Types:
Correspondence.
Digital files.
Manuscripts.
Photographs.

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Administrative Information

Processing Information

Collection processed and finding aid developed by Philip Dombowsky in 2014.

Preferred Citation

[Title of item], Ingrid M. Haase fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives.

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Contact Information

Reader Services, Library and Archives
National Gallery of Canada
380 Sussex Drive
P.O. Box 427, Station A
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 9N4
 
T 613-998-8949
F 613-990-9818
 
erefel@gallery.ca 


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Box List

Box Folder
Box 1 File 1 Siegfried Haase - Biographical notes 
File 2 Siegfried Haase - Student years 
File 3 Siegfried Haase - Articles about 
File 4 Siegfried Haase - Biographical entry for De Gruyter 
File 5 Siegfried Haase - Family photographs *note: file includes 9 b&w photographs and 34 colour photographs 
File 6 Siegfried Haase - Photographs of art works *note: file includes 12 colour photographs 
File 7 Siegfried Haase - In memoriam 
Box Folder
Box 2 File 1 Siegfried Haase - Private collections, vol. 1 
File 2 Siegfried Haase - Private collections, vol. 2  
File 3 Manuscripts - Siegfried F. Haase 1916-1996 Artist: Public Collections (January 2013) *note: file includes an electronic version of the manuscript on CD 
File 4 Manuscripts - Siegfried Fritz Haase Artist 1916-1996 (2013) 
File 5 Manuscripts - Catalogue of Paintings, Prints, Sketches and Pottery by Siegfried Haase *note: file includes digital files (jpegs) on CD for some of the images included in the manuscript 
File 6 Copyright 
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Box 3 File 1 Correspondence - Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University (2011-2013) 
File 2 Correspondence - Artexte, Montreal (2013)
File 3 Correspondence - Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax (1967, 1981-1994, 2003-2013) 
File 4 Correspondence - Art Gallery of Ontario (2009, 2013) 
File 5 Correspondence - Beaverbrook Art Gallery (2010-2011) 
File 6 Correspondence - Günther Brings (2009) *note: file includes 3 colour photographs 
File 7 Correspondence - Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation (2001) 
File 8 Correspondence - City of Ottawa (2007-2013) 
File 9 Correspondence - City of Ottawa Archives (2009) 
File 10 Correspondence - Confederation Centenary Celebration Committee, Nova Scotia (1967, 1974) 
File 11 Correspondence - Conrad Grebel University College, University of Waterloo (2010) 
File 12 Correspondence - Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax (2007-2008) 
File 13 Correspondence - Dartmouth Heritage Museum (2011) 
File 14 Correspondence - Horst Deppe (2007-2011) 
File 15 Correspondence - Patricia Dietz (2007) 
File 16 Correspondence - Dresden Galleries, Halifax (1982) 
File 17 Correspondence - Gianguido Fucito (1980-1982) 
File 18 Correspondence - Glebe Centre, Ottawa (2007-2008) 
File 19 Correspondence - Glenbow Museum, Calgary (2008-2010) 
File 20 Correspondence - Heffel Fine Art Auction House (2011) 
File 21 Correspondence - Ingrid Jenker (Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax) (2001, 2008) 
File 22 Correspondence - Gertrude Klatt (1991, 2007) 
File 23 Correspondence - Karen Krukowski (2006, 2013) 
File 24 Correspondence - Legris Conservation *note: file includes digital images (jpegs) on a CD of Siegfried Haase's painting Autumn Colours, 2008 (recto and verso) (2011) 
File 25 Correspondence - Library and Archives Canada (2009-2012) 
File 26 Correspondence - Fr. James Mallon (2003) 
File 27 Correspondence - Mayflower Transit (1989-1990) 
File 28 Correspondence - Margaret McCann (2008) 
File 29 Correspondence - Hubert Meisberger  
File 30 Correspondence - Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (2011-2012) 
File 31 Correspondence - Midaro Holdings, Willowdale, Ontario (1988-1989) 
File 32 Correspondence - National Gallery of Canada (1972, 2006-2012) 
File 33 Correspondence - Diana Nemiroff (2007) 
File 34 Correspondence - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (1975) 
File 35 Correspondence - Nova Scotia Art Bank (1975, 1982-1983) 
File 36 Correspondence - Nancy Poole (1971, 2006) 
File 37 Correspondence - Preston Library, Cambridge, Ontario (2008) 
File 38 Correspondence - The Royal Conservatory, Toronto (2010, 2012) 
File 39 Correspondence - Rye Cove Gallery, Halifax (1983) 
File 40 Correspondence - Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, Halifax (1972, 2007-2008, 2013)  
File 41 Correspondence - Saint Paul University, Ottawa (2010-2011) 
File 42 Correspondence - Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery (2007) 
File 43 Correspondence - Uta Stewart (2007-2008) 
File 44 Correspondence - Eloise Thurier (2007) 
File 45 Correspondence - University of New Brunswick Art Centre, Fredericton, New Brunswick (2012) 
File 46 Correspondence - University of Ottawa (2009-2010) 
File 47 Correspondence - Walker's Auctions (2010-2012) 
File 48 Correspondence - World Wildlife Federation, Canada (2011) 
File 49 Correspondence - Miscellaneous (1991, 2007) 
Box Folder
Box 4 File 1 CD - Theodokos (tiff image, 57, 995 KB) 
File 2 CD - CJOH - Regional Contact - Interview with Siegfried Haase 
File 3 CD - Video of an exhibition at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia entitled Keeping Faith: The Life and Work of Siegfried Haase 
File 4 CD - JPEG images 
File 5 DVD - Stolp aus der Vergangenheit in die Zukunft (2 wmv. files) 
File 5 Flashdrive - Copies of emails (2013), videos of Stolp (2013), catalogue of paintings and prints (privately owned works) 

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