Andrew Suknaski:

An Inventory of His Papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Lewis St. George Stubbs
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, MB
(August 1998)

Finding aid encoded by Julianna Trivers (June 2002)
Finding aid written in English.

Revision History

  • July 26, 2005 - MSS 125 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (sy2003-10-15).


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
331 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2

Creator:
Andrew Suknaski

Title:
Andrew Suknaski fonds

Dates:
1949-1998, predominant 1977-1992

Quantity:
9.6 m of textual records (32 boxes)

Identification:
MSS 125

Language
English.

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Biography of Andrew Suknaski

The poet Andrew Suknaski was born in 1942 in a homestead near Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan. His mother was Polish and his father Ukrainian; English was not his first language. Suknaski attended Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia as well as the Kootenay School of Fine Arts and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts School of Art & Design. He worked a series of menial jobs across the Prairies and in 1976 referred to himself as a ‘migrant worker.’

Much of Suknaski's early poetry is self published in pamphlet form by his own Elfin Plot Press. The work is visual in nature: concrete poems based on East Asian characters and collage. His emergence as a major voice in Western Canadian poetry can be traced to the publication of Wood Mountain Poems , by MacMillan Canada in 1976. This ground breaking work was followed by The Ghosts Call You Poor , in 1978. Suknaski's first two books have a mythological feel, with references to Sitting Bull, Chinese coolies in British Columbia and the Wood Mountain of his boyhood. That same year Suknaski was the topic of “Wood Mountain Poems,” a film by Harvey Spak for the National Film Board of Canada. The following year Suknaski published East of Myloona, a book about the people of the North. Over the next six years Suknaski produced three more books of poetry and an anthology. In the Name of Narid , 1981, tells of political suffering in other countries. The following year a volume of selected poems, The Land They Gave Away , was published as well as Montage to an Interstellar Cry .

At the beginning of the 1980s, Suknaski embarked on his most ambitious project to date, a work entitled “Celestial Mechanics”. The first phase of the project resulted in Montage to an Interstellar Cry . The second portion was entitled “Divining the West,” and never reached fruition. The third installment of the work resulted in the publication of Silk Trail in 1985, while the fourth component, “Ussuri Line,” remains unfinished. He also wrote a history of the Roumanians in Western Canada which was never published. Suknaski did not limit himself to poetry; he worked as a researcher on a number of National Film Board projects like “Grain” and “The Disinherited.” Poor health has prevented him from writing in recent years.

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

In 1987, having wearied of transporting his personal papers during his frequent moves, Suknaski burned twenty years of records in a bonfire in his backyard. What remains of his papers encompasses the years 1977-1992. The collection comprises 15 linear feet. There are drafts of many of his published works as well as correspondence with literary figures like Eli Mandel, John Newlove, Robert Kroetsch and Kristjana Gunnars. The fond contains many unpublished poems and several drafts of the films that Suknaski worked on for the National Film Board And C.B.C. Perhaps the most valuable portion of the collection are the unpublished manuscripts that Suknaski worked on during the 1980s, including Divining the West , Ussuri Line and In Search of Parinti/History of the Roumanians in Western Canada .

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 14 series

  • Biographical Information, 1953-1992
  • General Correspondence, 1977-1998
  • In Depth Correspondence, 1949-1992
  • Diaries & Notebooks, 1975-1992
  • Published Manuscripts, 1971-1985
  • Unpublished Manuscripts, 1971-1990
  • Published Poems, 1968-1988
  • Interviews, Conference Papers & Book Reviews, [ca. 1980]-1983
  • Unpublished Poetry & Early Drafts of Unpublished Works, 1973-1990
  • Thoughts, Concepts & Ideas, 1964-1991
  • Journals Edited or Contributed To, 1969-[ca. 1990]
  • Films, 1981-1990
  • Miscellaneous Material, [ca. 1968]-[ca. 1990]
  • Oversized Material, 1967-1987

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Arrangement of the Papers

The Suknaski fonds arrived at the University of Manitoba in very poor condition. The task of putting it into some semblance of order has been daunting. The material was separated into correspondence, published material & unpublished material.

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Restrictions on Use

There are no restrictions on this material.

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Other Finding Aids

Photograph Collection (PC 137)

Tape Collection (TC 86)

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Biographical Information 1953-1992
BoxFolder
11 Biographical information, 1953-1992.
1 Newspaper articles about Suknaski, 1967-1985.
2 Articles about & interviews with Suknaski in journals, 1978-1991.
3 Mentions in Anthologies, 1971-1987.
4 Address book, [ca. 1972].

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General Correspondence 1977-1998
BoxFolder
16 Correspondence - "A", 1977-1989.
7 Correspondence - "B", 1977-1991.
8 Correspondence - "C", 1977-1984.
9 Correspondence - "D", 1977-1990.
10 Correspondence - "E", 1982-1990.
11 Correspondence - "F", 1979-1987.
12 Correspondence - "G", 1977-1998.
13 Correspondence - "H", 1977-1991.
14 Correspondence - "J", 1977.
15 Correspondence - "K", 1974-1990.
16 Correspondence - "L", 1977-1991.
17 Correspondence - "M", 1977-1989.
18 Correspondence - "N, O, P", 1978-1990.
19 Correspondence - "R", 1977-1987.
20 Correspondence - "S", 1982-1989.
21 Correspondence - "T", 1981-1985.
22 Correspondence - "W", 1977-1991.
23 Correspondence - "Y & Z", 1980-1986.

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In-Depth Correspondence 1949-1992
BoxFolder
21 Access Network - Alberta Educational Communications correspondence, 1982-1987.
2 Alberta Foundation for the Literary Arts, 1986.
3 Amnesty International, 1981.
4 Arnason, David, correspondence, 1982.
5 Balan, Anna & Jars, correspondence, 1978-1988.
6 Banking, 1985.
7 Barclay, Byrna, correspondence, 1977.
8 Bartlett, Jim, correspondence, 1977-1984.
9 Belarus Equipment of Canada - Re: Tutoring in Russian, 1981-1982.
10 Book reviews by Suknaski, 1974.
11 999 Bookshop New York orders, 1981.
12 Boyce, Pleuke, correspondence Re: reading in British Columbia, 1986-1987.
13 Brinton, Jan, correspondence, 1977-1989.
14 Burrs, Mick, correspondence, 1986-1992.
15 Canada Council, 1976-1983.
16 Canada Council 1984-1992.
17 C.B.C. correspondence, 1976-1990.
18 Canadian Literature correspondence, 1977-1988.
19 Christensen, Peter, correspondence, 1978-1989.
20 Commcept Publishing Ltd., 1977.
21 Conference call letter to several friends, 1985.
22 Coteau Books Ltd. correspondence, 1985-1988.
23 Crusz, Rienzi, correspondence, 1983-1985.
24 Cuelho, Art, correspondence, 1983-1984.
25 Cypress Hills Summer School Course, 1984.
26 Demjanew, Sophie, (Suknaski's sister) correspondence, includes letters from nieces, 1949-1991.
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31 Di Michaele, Mary, correspondence, 1985-1987.
2 Donna _ correspondence, 1985.
3 Doyle, Erin, correspondence, 1987-1990.
4 Eastern European Programs Division for the U.S.S.R. correspondence, 1985.
5 Ethnicity & Identity coconference, Author's Literary Passport, [ca. 1982].
6 Gunnars, Kristjana, correspondence, 1983-1991.
7 Harper's Magazine correspondence, 1979-1980.
8 Harras, Tony, correspondence, 1989.
9 Health Problems, 1988-1991.
10 Hillis, Doris, correspondence, 1985-1988.
11 Hylund, Gary correspondence, 1977-1989.
12 "Indeo - Wood Mountain Stampede - Intertribal" - agreement, 1990
13 Ivanocko, Bob & Liz, correspondence, 1981-1991.
14 Kroetsch, Robert, correspondence, 1979-1986.
15 Kuchmij, Halya, correspondence, 1980.
16 Lane, Patrick, correspondence, 1981.
17 Lakir, Vicki, correspondence, 1985-1988.
18 Laurence, Margaret, correspondence to, 1977-1986.
19 Lee, David, correspondence, 1983-1990.
20 Lee, Dennis correspondence, 1978-1985.
21 Lee, Pauline, (sister), 1983-1992.
22 Letters to the editor 1969-1982.
23 Literary agent correspondence, 1989.
24 Little, Herbert, correspondence, 1989-1990.
25 Livesay, Dorothy, correspondence to, 1977.
26 Longview, Ian, correspondence, 1985.
27 Lunatic Gazette , correspondence, 1982.
28 MacMillan of Canada, 1977-1981.
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41 Mandel, Eli, correspondence, 1978-1991.
2 Marty, Sid & Myrna, correspondence, 1977-1983.
3 Marty, Sid & Myrna, correspondence, 1984-1992.
4 McKinnon, Barry, correspondence, 1977-1989.
5 Melnyk, George, correspondence, 1977-1988.
6 Mende, Gunter, correspondence, 1981-1990.
7 Mecredi, April, correspondence, 1978.
8 Morgan, Dawn, correspondence, 1982-1989.
9 Morrissette, George & Hunter, Catherine, correspondence, 1980-1991.
10 Mum's the Word , submissions for a proposed book of poem recipes, 1989.
11 National Film Board correspondence, 1977-1985.
12 Newlove, John correspondence, 1982-1988.
13 NeWest Press correspondence, 1982-1985.
14 Third Annual NeWest Art Forum, 1982.
15 Noble, Charles correspondence, 1984-1985.
16 Olito, Mike, correspondence, 1979-1985.
BoxFolder
51 Olito, Mike, correspondence, 1986-1991.
2 Permission to copy correspondence, 1977-1991.
3 Personal poverty, 1991-1992.
4 Piffer, Phil, correspondence, 1982-1991.
5 Prairie Fire , correspondence, 1984-1987.
6 Purdy, Al, correspondence, 1977-1985.
7 Reading tours, 1978-1990.
8 Reid, Monty, correspondence, 1984-1985.
9 Royalties, 1978-1992.
10 Sapergia, Barbara, correspondence, 1980.
11 Saskatchewan Arts Board, 1987-1990.
12 Saskatchewan Talent Program, 1988-1989.
13 Saskatchewan Writers' Guild, 1983-1991.
14 Social Services Moose Jaw, 1988.
15 Soparlo, Lee & Marie, correspondence, 1977-1991.
16 Sorestad, Glen, correspondence, 1977-1984.
17 Sorestad, Glen, correspondence, 1985-1991.
BoxFolder
61 Spak, Harvey, correspondence, 1977-1983.
2 Spak, Harvey, correspondence, 1984-1991.
3 Sproxton, Birk, correspondence, 1977-1985.
4 Stapleton, Steve, correspondence, 1983-1985.
5 Stephan, (Scobie ?), correspondence, 1980.
6 Suknaski, Julia (mother), coreespondence, 1964-1978.
7 Suknaski, Louis, correspondence, 1987.
8 Suknaski, Michael, correspondence, 1987.
9 Suknaski's proposed trip to Ukraine, 1990.
10 Taras Shevchenko Foundation, 1985-1986.
11 Teichut, Valcorrespondence, 1983-1985.
12 Thistledown Press Ltd. correspondence, 1983-1991.
13 Turnstone Press Ltd. correspondence, 1983-1990.
14 Tyson, Ian, correspondence, 1985.
15 Taxation, 1980-1990.
16 Ukrainian Opera Association correspondence, 1987.
17 Ukrainian Poetry Symposium, Ottawa, 1985.
18 University of Manitoba, 1989.
19 Ursell, Geoffrey, correspondence, 1977-1987.
20 "Working Dreamer", Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan, C.B.C. Achievers Show Collaboration with Pat Cook, 1980-1982.
21 Writer-In-Residence at St. John's College, 1977-1978.
22 Wolfenden, Lianne, correspondence, 1970-1975.

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Diaries & Notebooks 1975-1992
BoxFolder
71 Diary, 1975.
2 Diary, 1976.
3 Diary, 1976-1977.
4 Diary, 1977-1978.
5 Diary, 1978.
BoxFolder
81 Diary, 1979.
2 Diary, 1980.
3 Diary, 1981.
4 Diary, 1981-1982.
BoxFolder
91 Diary/Notebook, 1982-1983.
2 Notebooks, 1983.
3 Notebooks, 1985.
4 Diary, 1986.
5 Diary/Notebook, 1985-1986.
6 Diary, 1987.
7 Diary, 1988.
BoxFolder
101 Diary/Notebook, 1988.
2 Diary, 1989.
3 Diary/Notebook, 1989.
4 Diary notes, 1990.
5 Diary, 1990.
6 Diary/Notebook, 1990-1991.
7 Diary, 1991.
8 Diary, 1991-1992.

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Published Manuscripts 1971-1985
BoxFolder
111 In Mind or Xcrossroads & Mythologies , Cover for Anak Press, 1971.
2 Roseway in the East , Ganglia Press, 1972.
3 "The Nightwatchman", Anak Press, 1972.
4 Suicide Notes Book One, Sun Dog Press, 1973.
5 The Shadow of Sound , Andrei Voznesensky poetry translated by Suknaski, 1975.
6 Review of Shadow of Sounds , 1976.
7 Sea Gull - God's Bikini - Suknaski's translations of Voznesensky, Bleointment Press, 1976.
8 Reviews of Suknaski's work, 1976.
9 Wood Mountain Poems , Anak Press, 1973.
10 Wood Mountain Poems , original manuscript, 1972.
11 Wood Mountain Poems , edited version, 1973.
12 Wood Mountain Poems , 1973.
13 Wood Mountain Poems , Black Mountain version, 1973.
14 Contract for Wood Mountain Poems with MacMillan Canada, 1975.
15 Wood Mountain Poems , draft for MacMillan.
BoxFolder
121 Wood Mountain Poems , edited by Al Purdy, 1975.
2 Wood Mountain Poems, printer's proofs, 1976.
3 Reviews of Wood Mountain Poems , 1976-1977.
4 Octomi , Thistledown Press, 1976.
5 Reviews of Octomi, 1976-1977.
6 Almighty Voice , Dreadnaught Press, 1977.
7 Two for Father , (with George Morrisette), Sundog Press, 1978.
8 The Ghosts Call You Poor , original manuscript MacMillan Canada, 1977.
9 The Ghosts Call You Poor , MacMillan's selections, 1977.
10 The Ghosts Call You Poor , final edit notes, 1977.
BoxFolder
131 The Ghosts Call You Poor , corrections, 1977.
2 The Ghosts Call You Poor , master version, 1978.
3 The Ghosts Call You Poor , galleys, 1978.
4 Reviews of The Ghosts Call You Poor , 1978.
5 North Myloona, 1977.
6 East of Myloona , Thistledown Press, Glen Sorestad's edited version, 1979.
7 East of Myloona , proofing version, 1979.
8 East of Myloona , corrected version, 1979.
9 East of Myloona Reviews, 1981.
10 In the Name of Narid , early draft, 1980.
11 In the Name of Narid , correspondence, 1980.
12 In the Name of Narid , second last version edited by Dennis Cooley, 1980.
BoxFolder
141 In the Name of Narid , final draft, 1980.
2 In the Name of Narid , first corrected galleys, 1981.
3 In the Name of Narid , second corrected galleys, 1981.
4 In the Name of Narid reviews, 1981.
5 Montage for Interstellar Cry , Turnstone Press,3rd & 5th versions, 1979.
6 Montage for Interstellar Cry , 1980.
7 Montage for Interstellar Cry , notes, 1980.
8 Montage for Interstellar Cry , 1981.
9 Montage for Interstellar Cry, draft & contract 1982.
10 Montage for Interstellar Cry , reviews, 1984.
BoxFolder
151 The Land They Gave Away , NeWest Press, drafts, 1982.
2 The Land They Gave Away , correspondence & contract, 1982.
3The Land They Gave Away, galleys, 1982.
4 The Land They Gave Away , galleys & some drafts, 1982.
5 The Land They Gave Away , reviews, 1984-1986.
6 Silk Trail , Blewointment Press, Winnipeg version, 1983.
7 Silk Trail , contract, 1984.
8 Silk Trail , version with correspondence with editor David Lee, autumn 1984.
9 Silk Trail , John Newlove edited version, 1985.
10 Silk Trail , galleys, 1985.

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Unpublished Manuscripts 1971-1990
BoxFolder
161 Local Departures , 1971.
2 Dreaming Northwest , 1974.
3 Suicide Notes Book 4 , 1975.
4 Returning , 1976.
5 Returning , second version, 1976.
6 Suknaski's translations of Ukrainian children's stories.
7 Suicide Notes , abandoned 1977.
8 Taking a Raincheck on Death , (formerly Oblivion Bless Us ).
9 Another Day, Another Poem , Manhattan, spring, 1979.
BoxFolder
171 Passport to Death , 1979.
2 Passport to Death by Betrayal in Dreams , 1981.
3 In Search of Parinti , History of the Romanians in Western Canada, notes, 1981-1982.
4 In Search of Parinti , notes, 1981-1984.
BoxFolder
181 Romanian field trip notes, 1981.
2 In Search of Parinti , 1985.
3 In Search of Parinti , 1985.
4 In Search of Parinti , manuscript version sent to publishers, 1985.
BoxFolder
191 Drafts of Divining the West , 1983-1988.
2 Notes for Divining the West , 1983.
3 Drafts of Divining the West , 1983-1986.
4 Drafts of Divining the West , 1983-1990.
BoxFolder
201 Ussuri Line draft, [ca.1980-1990].

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Published Poems 1968-1988
BoxFolder
211 "Homestead, A Selection of Prairie Poems", Missing Link Press, [ca.1980].
2 "Pfoem - Concrete Poem for a Concrete Bell Tower", The UBYSSEY , 1968.
3 "The Royal Mail Truck Driver", (from Suicide Notes), Periodics , [ca. 1976].
4 "There are no Ukrainian Canadians", NeWest Review , 1976.
5 "Lanterns", published in Horizon, Writing on the Canadian Prairie , Ken Mitchell ed. University of Toronto Press, 1977.
6 "In Search of Iktumni along the Pipestone River", Cross Country , 1977.
7 "Moses Beauchamp", Broadsheet, 1978.
8 "Cornelius Warkentin", New Perspectives , 1978.
9 "Liturgy Burial Rite Mass of Requiem", Essays in Canadian Writing , 1980.
10 "Reflections on Narayan", draft for Canadian Ethnic Studies , 1981.
11 "Found Forward", Grain , 1981.
12 "The Ghost Gun," League of Canadian Poets Pamphlet , 1981.
13 "Out of Narayan to Bifrost/ The Word Arresting Entropy, Brick Magazine , 1982.
14 "Autochon to Bifrost", Selected & New Poems , NeWest Press, 1982.
15 "Newlief: Newlove/Twin & Original", Camrose Review , 1982.
16 "Everyone Leans on Each Other, Words for John Newlove on his 50th Birthday, 1988.

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Interviews, Conference Papers & Book Reviews [ca. 1980]-1983
BoxFolder
2117 Suknaski's interview with Bill Gilbey, [ca. 1980].
18 "Ethnicity & Identity", The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1980.
19 "The Profession of Poet", presented at Blue Conference, Collinwood, Ontario, 1981.
20 "Ancestors & Antecedents: The Role Heritage in Prairie Literature", 3rd annual NeWest Forum, 1982.
21 Suknaski's presentation to the Seventh Biennial Conference of the Canadian Ethnic Studies Association, 1983.
22 Reviews by Suknaski for Canadian Literature , 1981.
23 Book reviews by Suknaski, 1983.

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Unpublished Poetry & Early Drafts of Published Works 1973-1990
BoxFolder
2124 Poems, 1973-1976.
25 "Fourteen Ways of Looking at Christmas", 1977.
26 "Blackfoot Crossing, Reliving Treaty 7", 1977.
27 "The Nursing Home", 1978.
28 "Dresden/ Photo by Sovfot", Ft. San writers' retreat, 1979.
29 Coolie Poems, 1979.
30 Poetry, 1980.
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221 "Abel's Sale", 1980.
2 "For the Love of Coyote Lady", 1980.
3 "What is Remembered", 1980.
4 Poem written while in Regina hospital, 1980.
5 Post-operation poems, 1980.
6 Poetry, 1980-1981.
7 "Galloping Cosmic Chef", 1981.
8 Poetry, 1982.
9 Poetry fall/winter, 1982.
10 Poems & notes Winnipeg, 1982-1984.
11 "Transylvanian Myth/Carpathian Reality", [ca. 1982].
BoxFolder
231 "Take Seven", [ca. 1982].
2 "Horizon I & II", 1982.
3 Poetry, 1982-1988.
4 Poetry, 1982-1987.
5 "Louis Morin", [ca. 1982].
6 "The Coke Bottle Picker", [ca. 1982].
7 "Indian Summer", Gunnars/Suknaski collaboration, 1984.
8 "Racists of the Soul", 1985.
9 "Celestial Mechanics & Worlds in Reverse", 1985.
10 "Beyond Tradition", 1985.
11 "Rambler at the Old Post", 1985.
12 Poetry notebook, 1985.
13 "One for Myrna Marty & Metonymy", 1985.
14 "A Very Ordinary Life", 1985.
15 Poetry, 1985-1990.
16 Poetry, 1986.
17 "Wood Mountain Revisited", 1987.
18 "Haiku on Being a Poet", 1987.
BoxFolder
241 "Nahur", 1988.
2 Poetry, 1987-1990.
3 Poems submitted to West Magazine , 1990.
4 Poetry, 1990.
5 Poetry, 1991.
6 "Along the Road to the Prairie", 1990.
7 Christ Has Arisen, Mikhail Sergeyevich!", 1990.
8 "Gus Lecaine Telling About...", 1990.

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Thoughts, Concepts & Ideas 1964-1991
BoxFolder
249 Musings, 1968-1969.
10 Musings, 1964.
11 Musings, 1985.
12 Musings, 1987.
13 Musings, 1987-1991.
14 Musings, 1989-1990.
15 Musings, 1991.
16 Unidentified writing on newspapers, [ca. 1988].

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Journals Edited or Contributed To 1969-[ca. 1990]
BoxFolder
251 Elfin Plots , nos. 1-4, 1969-1970.
2 Elfin Plots , nos. 5-11, 1970-1971.
3 Warm Poets for Cold Nights , poetry sheets, nos. 3-8, 1975-1977.
4 Sun Dog , Nos. 4-5, 1975-1976.
5 Three Legged Coyote , Peace Issue, 1982.
6 Three Legged Coyote , Process Issue, 1985.
7 Wood Mountain Review , 1985.
8 Grain Elevator , Charles Konowal, National Film Board, 1981.
9 Looking for Stephansson , National Film Board proposal with Harvey Spak, 1981.
BoxFolder
261 Pamiat/Memory of Ancestors , National Film Board project with Harvey Spak, 1981.
2 Pamiat/Memory of Ancestors , 1981.
3 Passing the Shadows , film with Charles Konowal, 1982.
4 Passing the Shadows , 1982.
5 Passing the Shadows , 1983.
6 Passing the Shadows , correspondence, 1983.
7 The Disinherited , film with Harvey Spak about the Regina Riot for the National Film Board, 1985.
8 The Disinherited , 1985.
BoxFolder
271 The Disinherited , 1985.
2 The Disinherited , heavily edited version May 1985.
3 The Disinherited , third draft, 1985.
4 The Disinherited , edited version, 1985.
5 The Disinherited , final version, 1985.
BoxFolder
281 Gypsy Winds - Suknaski Family Reunion , submission to C.B.C. literary competition, 1983.
2 Gypsy Winds , 1983.
3 Gypsy Winds , 1983.
4 Wood Mountain Intertribal , submission to the C.B.C about the Wood Mountain Stampede, 1990.

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Miscellaneous Material [ca. 1968]-[ca. 1990]
BoxFolder
285 Wood Mountain Intertribal, submission to the C.B.C about the Wood Mountain Stampede, 1990.
6 Annotated essay on "The Stone Angel", [ca. 1980].
7 Research on natives, [ca. 1980].
8 English lessons taught for Belarus Equipment, 1981.
9 Tape transcript of David Arnason, 1981.
10 Research notes on the Chinese in Alberta, [ca. 1982].
11 Armenian Benefit Night, 1989.
12 Notes on Alberta Stony tribe, [ca. 1990].

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Oversized Material 1967-1987
BoxFolder
291 Kootenay Art School Diploma, 1967.
2 Suknaski self portrait, 1968.
3 Writing on Stone , (poem drawings 1966-1967), Anak Press, 1967.
4 Wood Monkhood Photo Chronicle, spring - fall, 1985.
5 Gypsy Roads alignments, photos some text, Regina summer, 1987.

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