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Carr, Emily, 1871-1945 Series
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Personal and family records

Series consists of personal and family records created and assembled by Jean Donald Gow in her career as an illustrator, artist, and wife of a Canadian naval officer while stationed in Victoria and elsewhere from the 1920s to the 1950s. The series...

Newcombe family papers

Correspondence, notebooks, subject files, accounts, annotated books, etc., of C.F. Newcombe and his son W.A. Newcombe, reflecting their interest in the ethnology, natural history and history of British Columbia. Newcombe family papers. The G.T. ...

Emily Carr papers

Emily Carr (1871-1945) was a British Columbia artist and writer. The Emily Carr papers in MS-2763 (sometimes known as the Parnall collection) consist of approximately half of the papers and books which Emily Carr bequeathed to Ira Dilworth, her h...

Flora Alfreda Hamilton Burns papers

Flora Alfreda Hamilton Burns (1891-1983) was a freelance writer based in Victoria. This collection contains her research notes and correspondence and also material relating to her family. Her maternal grandfather, W.J. Macdonald, arrived in Vict...

London Student Sojourn

The London Student Sojourn contains 21 illustrations depicting boarding house life at Mrs Dodd's, 4 Bulstrode Street, London, England. The illustrations are painted directly onto the right hand pages and accompany detailed verses typed on pap...

Kendall & I [funny book]

MS-3326 consists of one funny book, created by Emily Carr in 1901. The funny book is comprised of seven pairs of works, which consist of graphite and ink drawings with accompanying hand-written verse. The work details the shared adventure of Carr ...

Black-bound sketchbook "A".

One sketchbook with 130 drawings by Emily Carr, several pages of written text including lists, poems and commentary. This book appears to primarily document her time in St. Ives in Cornwall, outside the hours of her formal art schooling there.

The Olsson Student

Set of 10 gouache and ink drawings with text alongside each drawing. The series depicts Emily Carr entering Tregenna Wood, at St Ives, to sketch. She is watched by fellow art students Noel Simmons, Arthur Burgess, Hilda Fearon, Will Ashton and M...

Black-bound sketchbook "C"

One sketchbook with 21 drawings by Emily Carr. The drawings include figure studies, cartoon drawings and document activities in 1902 at art school in Bushey, Hertfordshire, England. They do not include her 1901 sojourn in Bushey. Some cartoon sk...

Black-bound sketchbook "B"

One sketchbook with 33 drawings by Emily Carr within. The images include cartoons with verse, posed models. Pages of poetry includes "The Olsson Student" which refers to a separate series of images (PDP06117 to PDP06124) created by Carr,...

Books

The series consists of three published books given to or acquired by Emily Carr in 1904, 1905 and ca. 1933.The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson vol. III: note on flyleaf in Emily Carr's handwriting reads M. Emily Carr from M.O.R.P. Scotland July ...

Blank Ontario Drawing Book No. 1.

One sketchbook PDP08791 originally containing PDP08792 through PDP08820 containing still lifes, geometric studies, coastal and forest, landscapes, monumental poles and canoes.

Blank Ontario Drawing Book No. 1. Ottawa 3658

One sketchbook comprising 26 sketches made while on a trip to Ottawa in 1927 when she met members of the Group of Seven. Drawings are of objects on display in the collection of the National Museum, particularly those with Northwest Coast Indigenou...

Personal papers and research notes

The papers of Edythe Hembroff-Schleicher, including research files on Emily Carr, Arthur Pitts and the Island Arts and Crafts Society, and personal correspondence and scrapbooks. Edythe Hembroff-Schleicher was a friend and sketching partner of Em...

Hembroff-Schleicher, Edythe May, 1906-1994

Kitwancool

One sketchbook containing 54 pages of drawings or sketches by Emily Carr. The drawings and watercolour sketches principally relate to her 1928 trip to the Gitxsan villages of Gitanyow (Kitwancool), Gitwangak (Kitwanga), Kispiox and other locales i...

Books & odments

One sketchbook with 29 pages of drawings by Emily Carr. The drawings are of First Nations subject matter and landscapes.

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