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Debra Barr and Walter Meyer zu Erpen Research and Publication Collection

  • CA UMASC MSS 375 (A11-63)
  • Collection
  • 1989-2007

The collection was arranged in part by the donors themselves in accordance with specifications they provided. Consisting of 168 items including research correspondence, publication drafts, and books containing the published versions, this fonds takes up 0.26 linear metres of shelf space. The items and folders were organized by the donors and are divided by publication. Records bound together by staples, archival clips or other means were done so by the donors and thus are treated as a single record, even those which contain what could be considered more than one document.

Barr, Debra

Spiritualist Hymnals and Manuals Collection

  • CA UMASC MSS 377
  • Collection
  • 1921-1998

The first accession (A2011-65) was arranged in part by the transferring agent in accordance with specifications he provided. This particular collection consists of 15 spiritualist hymnals and manuals used by spiritualist organizations from 1921 onward. The hymnals and manuals are bound books and therefore do not have folders.

The second accession (2015-138) was created by Walter Meyer zu Erpen. It consists of 6 additional spiritualist hymnals and manuals used by spiritualist organizations from 1926 onward.

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Survival Research Newsletters and Periodicals Collection

  • CA UMASC MSS 374
  • Collection
  • 1986-2015

This collection was arranged in part by the transferring agent in accordance with specifications he provided. This collection consists of 218 newsletters, journals and other publications created by Spiritualist churches and organizations between the 1980s and 2011 which have been collected by the Survival Research Institute of Canada. The collection takes up 0.26 linear metres of shelf space and is fully textual. The items and folders were organized by the transfering agent and are divided by publication. Publications and papers bound together by staples, archival clips or other means were done so by the transfering agent and thus are treated as a single record, even those which contain what could be considered more than one document. The second accession (A15-139) consisted of less than 12 issues which were interfiled with the previous accession.

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