Archivaria 17 (Winter 1983-84)

Table of Contents

Inside Cover
 

Letters to the Editor

From W. Kaye Lamb
W. Kaye Lamb
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4
The Dominion Archivist on Archivaria 15
Wilfred I. Smith
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4-5
The National Librarian on Archivaria 15
Guy Sylvestre
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5
Archivaria 15 Praised
F. Dolores Donnelly
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5-6
A Reply to Robert Hayward's "Counterpoint" on the Origins of the National Map Collection
Betty H. Kidd
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6-7
Robert Hayward Replies
Robert J. Hayward
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7-9
Reviewer is too Hard on Les Archives aux XXe siecle
Monique Boulet-Wernham
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9-10
The Reviewer Responds
Gordon Dodds
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10-11
Data Base Management Sytems to Access Archives
R.L. Schnarr
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11-12

Articles

From the Editor: Archival Networks and Congresses
Terry Cook
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13-17
Canadian Archival Literature: A Bird's-Eye View
Gordon Dodds
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18-40
The Artist as Historical Commentator: Thomas Burrowes and the Rideau Canal
Brian S. Osborne
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41-59
Pictures and History: The Art Museum and the Visual Arts Archives
Greg Spurgeon
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60-74
Jenkinson and Schellenberg: A Comparison
Richard Stapleton
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75-85
Our Man in the Maritimes: "Down East" with the Public Archives of Canada, 1872–1932
Donald Macleod
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86-105
Private Realms of Light: Canadian Amateur Photography, 1839-1940 - 1. From Acquisition to Exhibition
Andrew Birrell
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106-114
Private Realms of Light: Canadian Amateur Photography, 1839-1940 - 2. On View: The Evolution of Amateur Photography
Andrew Birrell, Peter Robertson, Lilly Koltun, Andrew C. Rodger, Joan M. Schwartz
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115-135
Private Realms of Light: Canadian Amateur Photography, 1839-1940 - 3. Reflections on an Exhibition
Ann Thomas
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136-144
Scottish Manuscripts in Canadian Repositories
Michael B. Moir
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145-161
Whose Handmaiden?: The Archivist and the Institutional Historian
Don Page
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162-172
The Vancouver Island Project: Historical Research and Archival Practice
Peter A. Baskerville, Chad M. Gaffield
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173-187
SAPHIR : la mémoire des Québécois
Michel Roberge
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188-200
The Acquisition of Federal Government Records: A Report on Records Management and Archival Practice
Bryan Corbett, Eldon Frost
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201-232
For History's Sake: The Work of the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions
Ernest B. Ingles
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233-247

Shorter Articles

Archival Detective Work: The Case of the Yukon Field Force Diary
Gerald G. Cumming
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248-260
Life's Embarrassing Moments–Right Treaty, Wrong Adhesion: John Semmens and the Split Lake Indians
David Hume
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261-265
Fire and Flood at Concordia University Archives, January 1982
Nancy Marrelli
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266-274
A Written Portrait: Saint John Photographers and Their Studios in the 1871 Census
Jim Burant
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275-277
Canadian Pacific at the Glenbow: A Hundred Years of the CPR in Western Canada
Glenn T. Wright
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278-285

Special Feature: The Debate Over History and Archives

Archives and the Spectre of 1984: Bolotenko Applauded
Patrick A. Dunae
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286-290
No Monopoly for "Archivist-Historians": Bolotenko Assailed
Carl Spadoni
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291-295
The Archivist as Historian: Towards a Broader Definition
Thomas T. Spencer
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296-300
Bolotenko's Siege Mentality
Anthony L. Rees
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301-302
A Wearisome Issue
R. Scott James
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302-303
A Challenge to Archivists and the ACA
Ernest J. Dick
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304-305
Archivist-Historians Ignore the Information Revolution
Robert Taylor-Vaisey
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305-308

Book Reviews

BEYEA and CAYA (eds.), Planning for Canadian Archives: Proceedings of the First Congress on Archives
Keith Stotyn
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309-310
BERNER, Archival Theory and Practice in the United States: A Historical Analysis
Richard J. Cox
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311-312
BERGER, Science, God and Nature in Victorian Canada
Brien Brothman
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312-314
ENDICOTT, James G. Endicott: Rebel Out of China
Bruce Walton
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314-317
STACEY, A Date with History: Memoirs of a Canadian Historian
C. James Taylor
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317-318
MORRISON, Voyage into the Unknown: The Search for and Recovery of Cosmos 954
Richard J. Diubaldo
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318-319
POOL, Technologies of Freedom
Ross Eaman
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319-321
COHEN, A Calculating People: The Spread of Numeracy in Early America
Peter DeLottinville
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321-322
WILLIAMS, Keywords: A Vocabulary of Culture and Society
Rodney Young
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323-324
BEAUMONT and KRUEGER (eds.), Microcomputers for Libraries: How Useful Are They?; KESNER, Information Management, Machine-Readable Records, and Administration: An Annotated Bibliography; BARTLE and COOK, Computer Applications in Archives: A Survey
David Mattison
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324-325
EVANS, The Making of the Micro: A History of the Computer
Mark Hopkins
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326
HENDLEY, The Archival Storage Potential of Microfilm, Magnetic Media and Optical Data Discs
Peter Yurkiw
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326-328
FENELLY (ed.), Museum, Archive, and Library Security
Sandra G. Wright
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329-330
FOSTER and SHEPPARD, British Archives: A Guide to Archive Resources in the United Kingdom
Carl Spadoni
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330-331
LANCE (ed.), Sound Archives: A Guide to Their Establishment and Development
Derek Reimer
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331-332
GUÉNETTE and GAGNÉ (eds.), Inventory of the Collections of the National Film, Television and Sound Archives
David Mattison, Allen Specht
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332-333
COOK and WRIGHT (eds.), General Guide Series 1983: Federal Archives Division
Barry Potyandi
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333-334

Notes and Communications

First Annual Winner of the W. Kaye Lamb Prize
Terry Cook
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335
Records Management in 1983: Challenges and Opportunities
Wilfred I. Smith
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336-339
New Records Management Policy for the Government of Canada
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339-341
Our Contributors
 
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342-344