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Accession Number: 97-010


Heather Dunlop fonds. -- 1991-1998. -- 13 cm of textual records and other materials.

Biography / History

Heather Dunlop graduated with a M.A. degree in Canadian Heritage and Development Studies from Trent University  in May 1998.

Custodial History

This fonds was created by and in the custody of Heather Dunlop before it was donated to Trent University Archives.

Scope and Content

This fonds consists of thesis research material relating to the role and image of wilderness and the aborigine in Ontario camps. It also contains various interviews with directors of Ontario camps, as well as information booklets and camp applications.


Title based on the creator of the fonds.

Includes 8 photographs, 8 negatives, 4 slides, and 15 dictaphone cassettes.

This fonds was donated by Heather Dunlop.

Restrictions: N

Finding aids: Y

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Box 1


1: Application forms for various camps in Ontario, 1992 - 1993; YMCA Camp Wanakita Program Staff Manual, summer 1991; Maps of Glen Bernard Camp and YMCA Camp Wanakita

2: Brochures of various camps in Ontario, 1992 - 1993

3: Interview questionnaire for directors and interviews with Camp Directors, 1993 - 1995

4: Unidentified photographs from Camp Ponacka, 1992 with negatives

Loose in the box:

Signed copy of "Indian Council Ring" by W.J. Eastaugh (Taylor Statten Camps)

Masters Theses "The Role and Image of Wilderness and Aborigine in Selected Ontario Shield Camps" by H. Dunlop, 1997

15 dictaphone cassettes of interviews with camp Directors and (ex)staff, 1992

Cassette recording of H. Dunlop's session at Kumbaya Conference titled "Critical Look on Role of Aboriginal Images and Presentation in Camp", 1994

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