Archivaria 27: Documenting Labour (Winter 1988-89)

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Letters to the Editor

Archivists and Records Managers: Natural Enemies?
Colin Smith
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4-5
Canadian Peacekeepers in the Yemen: Setting the Record Straight
Fred Gaffen
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From the Guest Editor

Documenting Labour: An Introduction
John Bell, Rodney Young
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6-7

Articles

Life in an Age of Restraint: Recent Developments in Labour Archives in English Canada
Peter DeLottinville
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8-24
Tracking the Worker's Past in Quebec
André LeBlanc
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25-34
Iconography of Labour, The: An Overview of Canadian Materials
Rosemary Donegan
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35-56
Redescription Reconsidered: Current Issues in Description and Their Applications for Labour Archives
Joan Rabins
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57-66
Working Through the Records: Using Business Records to Study Workers and the Management of Labour
John C. Rumm
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67-96
Labour Archives: An Annotated Bibliography
Rodney Young
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97-110

Studies in Documents

The Archival Records of Labour Canada
John Smart
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111-124
Sources for the Study of the International Labour Organization
Paulette Dozois
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125-132

Review Article

Professional Convergence: New Bindings, Old Pages (McCRANK, ed., Archives and Library Administration: Divergent Traditions and Common Concerns)
George Bolotenko
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133-142

Book Reviews

LACELLE, Urban Domestic Servants in 19th-Century Canada; LOWE, Women in the Administrative Revolution
Nancy Stunden
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143-148
HERON, Working in Steel: The Early Years in Canada, 1883-1935
Kathleen E. Garay
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148-149
COHEN, Women's Work, Markets, and Economic Development in Nineteenth-Century Ontario
Candace Loewen
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149-151
PEDERSON (ed.), Keeping Archives
Carol Couture
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151-152
ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ARCHIVISTS, A Manual for Small Archives
Ann ten Cate
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153-154
STEWART & SPADONI, The Research Collections at McMaster University Library; HIVES & DANIELLS, A Guide to the University Archives and Special Collections. Personal Papers and Private Records
Shelley Sweeney
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154-156
NEW YORK LOCAL GOVT. RECORDS ADVISORY COUNCIL, The Quiet Revolution: A Rept. to the Governor, Legislature, & Commissioner of Education; NEW YORK DOCUMENT CONSERVATION ADVISORY COUNCIL, Our Memory at Risk: Preserving New York's Unique Research Resources
G. Mark Walsh
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157-158
BEARMAN, Optical Media: Their Implications for Archives and Museums
J.A. Philip Sylvain
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158-159
ROBERGE, L'expertise québécoise en gestion des documents administratifs: bibliographie thématique et chronologique 1962–1987
Yves Marcoux
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159-161
COUTURE (ed.), Réflexions archivistiques
Yves Marcoux
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161-163
MITGANG, Dangerous Dossiers: Exposing the Secret War Against America's Greatest Authors
John Smart
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163-164
BASKERVILLE, The Bank of Upper Canada
Allan B. McCullough
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164-166
CASSEL, The Secret Plague: Venereal Disease in Canada, 1839-1930; McLAREN & McLAREN, The Bedroom and the State: The Changing Practices and Politics of Contraception and Abortion in Canada, 1880–1980
Sheila Powell
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166-168
BOTHWELL, Nucleus: The History of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
Douglas Whyte
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168-170

Notices

DUBREUIL, Directory of Canadian Map Collections, 5th ed./Répertoire des collections canadiennes de cartes
Jeffrey S. Murray
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171-172

Exhibition Review

CITY OF TORONTO ARCHIVES, Celebrities in Our City: An Exhibition of Rare Photographs, Broadsides and Theatre Programmes
Debra Barr
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173-174

Notes and Communications

Copyright Revision: Awaiting the Second Stage
E. Grace Maurice Hyam
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175-177
Abstracts of Theses in Archival Studies at the University of British Columbia
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178-185
The Current State of Soviet Archives
George Bolotenko
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186-193
The Beaton Institute's Steel Project
Elizabeth Beaton
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194-198

Obituaries

Theodore Edmund Layng, 1914-1988
Betty H. Kidd
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199-200
Normand St-Pierre, 1942-1988
Yves Marcoux
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201-202
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