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Jennifer Kramer fonds
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Rosa Ho's notes

File consists of research notes handwritten by Rosa Ho, administrative records regarding Doug Cranmer's artist residency at MOA, a transcript of an interview with Doug Cranmer by Rosa Ho in July 1994 titled Sourcebook Tape 1, printouts from MOA's photo archive database of artwork created by Doug Cranmer and notes documenting corrections to these records.

Sourcebook draft material

File consists of draft outlines and versions of Whitling for a Living: A sourcebook of the work of the 'Namgis artist Doug Cranmer, written and produced by Eden Robinson in collaboration with Douglas Cranmer and correspondence related to its publication

Stamp from Kesu exhibit

Contains one rubber stamp created for the Kesu exhibit at MOA. The stamp is based off of a design used by Doug Cranmer (a triangle with a C in the middle) and was part of an interactive portion of the exhibit. Visitors could use the stamp on pieces of cedar bark.

Sue Erb interview

File consists of interview notes, related correspondence and printouts of digital colour photographs.

Talking Stick gallery

File consists of financial records and business correspondence pertaining to the Talking Stick gallery (located at 2306 South Granville Street in Vancouver) which opened in 1962 and officially closed on February 28, 1967. Records provided by the company co-founder Richard Bird. File also consists of printouts of digital colour photographs, research notes and material and the transcription of a digital recording of an interview with Vivien Cranmer and Richard Bird.

Tony Hunt interview

File consists of a consent form, interview notes, biographical material about Tony Hunt and a printout of a digital colour photograph.

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