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Frederick Varley fonds
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File contains a Canadian passport issued to Varley in 1966; the programme for the opening of the McMichael Conservation Collection of Art, 1966; a calendar for a Doon School of Fine Arts; a York University art exhibition notice from 1965; a photomechanical print of a drawing of Varley by A. Kimpton; a list of Varley transparencies in the collection of the Edmonton Art Gallery; receipts, lists of works of art, a promissory note (1875) and related records, receipts, a photomechanical print of a child with bow and arrow (annotated on verso), a small negative (photographic) of trees, and other material.

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File contains a story outline for the CBC television program Other Voices entitled 'A visit to Varley,' with a shooting schedule.

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File contains business cards, addresses noted on envelopes and other material, probably from the 1940s to 1960.

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File contains handwritten notes and drafts of letters and essays, with 4 small drawings and other material, possibly from the 1930s to the 1950s.

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File contains typescripts of 2 reviews (one in French) and other material probably from the 1950s to 1965.

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File contains the script for 'My home town,' a talk for CBC Radio about Sheffield, England in Varley's hand, with typewritten transcription, possibly from the 1940s.

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File contains the script for 'Nascopie,' a lecture for CBC Radio in Varley's hand, with typewritten transcriptions (2 copies); a map of Canada showing the Eastern Arctic Patrol for 1938; the itinerary of a voyage to Arctic on RMS Nascopie and other vessels, and correspondence.

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File contains lists of publications about Varley, catalogues of exhibitions, a list of published reproductions of paintings and drawings, a form requiring biographical information completed for Varley and a draft for an entry in Canadian Who's Who, 1958

F.H. Varley correspondence to Kathleen McKay

Series comprises F.H. Varley’s correspondence to Kathleen McKay during his absences from Toronto in the 1950s while he was in the Soviet Union, in Whycocomagh, N.B. and in St. Andrew’s East, Quebec. Some of this correspondence was photocopied and transcribed in 1978.

Kathleen McKay correspondence

Series comprises personal correspondence to F.H. Varley’s companion Kathleen McKay from his friends and family as well as business correspondence from public and private art galleries, law firms and others, largely dealing with Varley and his works. Also included are letters from her to Varley early in their friendship. File titles are from original folders.

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