Fonds uofa-1002 - William George Hardy fonds

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William George Hardy fonds

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CA UOFA uofa-1002

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4.08 m of textual records

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Classicist, Author, 1895-1979. Dr. Hardy joined the University's Classics Department as a lecturer in 1920, received his full professorship in 1922, was named head of the Department in 1938 and retired in 1964. Author of novels, historic, and scholarly works, Dr. Hardy played an active role in Canadian literature, serving three times as president of the Canadian Authors' Association. Dr. Hardy was also a well-known hockey executive, serving for seven years as the president of the International Ice Hockey Federation and the Alberta and Canadian Amateur Hockey Associations.

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Fonds consists of these series: I Anthologies (1953-1967). Includes correspondence; financial statements; reviews. II Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (1930-1977). Includes agreements; constitution; correspondence; financial records; memoranda; notes; speeches. III Canadian Authors' Association (1947-1977). Includes awards; briefs; budgets; constitution and bylaws; memoranda; minutes; reports. IV Fiction (1935-1979). Includes correspondence; draft manuscripts; reviews; typescripts. V Non-fiction (1960-1970). Includes correspondence; draft manuscripts; reviews. VI Personal (1936-1978). Includes correspondence; invitations; lecture notes; notebooks; speeches. VII Press clippings ([193-? - 197-?]). Includes interviews; reviews. VIII Publishers ([193- - 197-]). Includes correspondence; interviews. IX Student papers (1913-1917). Includes notebooks. X Writing (short items) (1938-1972). Includes articles; correspondence; plays; short stories; speeches.

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