Mildred Claire Pratt

Box/File List

BOX(s) FILE TITLE YEAR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Box 1
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by other artists
11 Artwork by Berta R. Golahny [Birdie][between 1976 and 1983]

Includes engravings, pencil drawings, drawn greeting cards to Claire and Viola Pratt, and other works, including colour photographs: col. of works, by Berta R. Golahny and sent to Claire Pratt.

12 Scrapbook of works by various artists1937-1976

Scrapbook of engravings, drawings, aquatints, paintings and other works, predominantly created or reproduced as Christmas and greeting cards to Claire Pratt, by various artists, including Nicholas Hornyansky, Rosemary Kilbourn, Delza and Alf Longman, Bernice and Langton Martin, Bronka Michalowska, Sylvia and Ian McIntosh, Sue? Raney, and W. Rowe.

Contains loose drawings.

 

13 Scrapbook of works by various artists1946-1984

Scrapbook of engravings, drawings, and other works, predominantly created or reproduced as Christmas and greeting cards to Claire Pratt, by various artists, including Libby Altwerger, Isabel Cleland, Lou and Isabel Rowe (Cleland), HM Cochrane, Lucille Gilling, Margaret Bloy Graham, and Anne Smith Hook.

Contains loose drawings.

14 Scrapbook of works by various artists1951-1974

Scrapbook of engravings and other works, predominantly created or reproduced as Christmas and greeting cards to Claire Pratt, by various artists including Sylvia Hahn, Jo Manning, and Bertram Brooker.

Contains loose drawings.

Box 2
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
21–4Cards to Claire Pratt done by friends1949-1993

Greeting cards, postcards, Christmas cards, and invitations to Claire Pratt. Includes reproduced engravings and drawings as well as hand-drawn art on the cards done by various artists who were friends of Claire Pratt; 3 photographs: col.; 1 photograph: b&w.

File 1 includes an incomplete list of artists.

Contains loose drawings.

Box 3
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
33 Intra Muros, St. Clement’s School1931, 1936, 1940

Copies of Intra Muros, published by St. Clement's School, Toronto.

34 Vic Report1973, 1978, 1983, 1984, 1984-1985

Copies of Vic Report, including: Vol. 1, no. 4 (March 1973), "Woodcuts by Claire Pratt"; Vol 1, no. 3 (Summer 1978), "Special: E.J. Pratt, A Poet and a Legend"; Vol. 11, no. 3 (Summer 1983), which includes article "A Spring of Memories for Mrs. E.J. Pratt" (pp. 9); Vol. 12, no. 2 (Winter 1984), which includes an article on Viola Pratt (pp. 3-5); Vol. 13, no. 2 (Winter 1984-85), which includes article "Remembering Viola Pratt" (pp. 16-17).

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Records relating to Claire Pratt’s artwork
36 Sale of art works record books1955-1992

Two (2) books recording sale of art works; includes announcement broadside for opening of "Prints by Claire Pratt"

37 Claire Pratt's artist’s notebook1953-1969

Includes records of sale, collection of poems, lists of friends and colleagues; and biographies of notable artists through history.

Artwork by Claire Pratt
32 Designs by Claire Pratt1953-1986

Printed slips, greeting and Christmas cards, and other materials with designs or reproductions of designs and artwork by Claire Pratt; some of the cards include facsimiles of E.J. Pratt's writings; some of the cards are signed by Ned and Viola Pratt or by Claire and her mother.

35 Sketches by Claire1945-1946

Charcoal sketches of Claire's family and friends; includes a holograph letter to Claire from Dorothy.

Originally housed on blue construction paper with metal clips.

Fragile, handle with care as charcoal easily rubs off.

 

Photographs
31 Photo reproductions of Claire Pratt's works1947-1983

Includes an envelope containing photo reproductions of her works (8 photographs: b&w; 45 photographs: col.; 11 photographs: 35 mm col. negatives) and one (1) album containing photographs, prints, and other reproductions of her work (34 photographs: b&w; 141 photographs: col.; 7 prints); some photographs include descriptions of the artwork depicted.

Contains loose small photographs.

Box 4
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by Claire Pratt
41 Early sketches by Claire Pratt[between 1932 and 1952]

Early sketches, drawings, and other artworks in various mediums including: charcoal, paint, ink, pencil, and crayon.

42–8Paintings and sketches by Claire Pratt[196?-197?]

Tempura paintings, sketches in ink, pencil and colour; includes 2 folders of loose artworks and 5 sketchbooks

Box 5
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
51–13Sketchbooks[before 1995]

Thirteen (13) sketchbooks containing sketches in ink, pencil, colour, and charcoal and some paintings done by Claire Pratt.

Box 6
Series: 2: Writings, Research, and Editorial Files
Articles, essays, and other prose
6 3Style Book[197-?]

Untitled annotated manuscript possibly on writing styles and the English language; accompanying materials include: newspaper clippings, correspondence to and from Claire Pratt, loose notebook containing notes on various subjects including writing styles and stamps; photocopies of articles on sentence structures and writing.

Originally in the Viola Leone Whitney Pratt fond.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by Claire Pratt
61 Engravings by Claire Pratt1949-1962

Originally housed in accompanying red album

62 Engravings by Claire Pratt1963-1986

Twenty-four (24) engravings and six (6) pen drawings.

Box 7
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
71 Poetry collected by Mildred Claire Pratt[197?-198?]

Notebook of poetry collected by Claire Pratt, predominately newspaper and magazine cuttings.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Literary materials and poetry notebooks
72-3Haiku by Claire Pratt1966-1987

Five (5) notebooks containing haiku composed by Claire Pratt; File 2 contains one (1) notebook of haiku collected by Claire.

 

74-5Poetry notebooks1966-1990

Four (4) notebooks of poetry by Claire Pratt; File 5 includes loose papers with poetry; one notebook includes loose blank postcard

 

Box 8
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Correspondence and greeting cards
82 Greeting cards and letters (A–G)1981-1993

Greeting cards and letters from friends; the majority are from 1984 regarding the death of Claire's mother, Viola Pratt.

83-4Greeting cards and letters (H-N)1960, 1983-1994

Greeting cards, correspondence, postcards, and letters from friends; includes newspaper articles and exhibition pamphlets possibly related to, or included with, the correspondence; File 3 includes essay by Kathleen Coburn titled "Poet into Public Servant" (Ottawa: The Royal Society of Canada, 1960).

85Greeting cards and letters (O–Y)1984

Greeting cards and letters from friends.

Life and personal records
81 Passport and Certificate of vaccination1971, March 21, 1977

Claire Pratt's Canadian passport issued on March 21, 1977 and expired March 21, 1982; International Certificates of Vaccination dated 1971 and 1975.

Box 9
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Correspondence and greeting cards
91 Pratt, Eleanor M.1976

Two (2) holograph letters to Claire from Eleanor (E.M.) Pratt.

92 Pratt, Christopher[before 1984]

Two (2) letters, one a Christmas card, to Claire from her cousin Christopher Pratt (also a noted Canadian artist).

93 Incoming correspondence to Claire Pratt1949-1973

Holograph letters written to Claire from: Ollie Geendie? or Geordie? & Glenn & Dennis, Christina Rossetti, Eleanor K Roce? Olive & Garys? & Ivan.

94 Symons, Scott1965–1966

Typescript; incoming correspondence to Claire Pratt from Scott Symons, Assistant-Curator-in-Charge, Canadiana Collections, ROM.

95 Correspondence to Claire Pratt from Dorothy1980

Holograph; incoming correspondence to Claire Pratt from Dorothy; one undated.

96 Incoming correspondence to Claire Pratt1961-1980

Holograph letters written to Claire from: Lydia, Margaret Harvey Wilton, Elizabeth Burton, Carol, Nora, Ron Everson, Alan (her godson), Glea, Kametano Yagi, Cey D., Mary, Marjorie Pulling, Julia, J.G. McClelland, Moffatt Woodside, Mary, Mary James, Margaret Graves, Rabbi, Watson, Florence Pratt [Floss, Crazy Floss], Grace, Shirley, Delza, Dorothy, Uncle Hasen?, Margaret Laurence, Katharine, Birdie, Bill, and others; some undated.

Box 10
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
108 Articles by Viola Whitney (Pratt)October 1912, March 1915

Photocopied articles by Viola Whitney (Pratt) from Acta Victoriana, including: "A Bundle of Uncertainties and a Sunset" (Vol. 37, No. 1, October 1912) and “Marjorie Pickthall” (Vol. 39, No. 6, March 1915).

See Viola Leone Whitney Pratt fonds, Box 1, File 11 for original copies.

1013 Memorabilia[before 1995]

Memorabilia: keepsakes, encapsulated leaves with poetry, cards, poems, etc.  Includes keepsakes, clippings of art, encapsulated leaves with poetry, cards (predominantly from Dorothy), and poems.

1015 Materials from Berta R. Golahny [Birdie]1981-1990

Includes: an article by Golahny, "How I Came to Paint the Crab Nebula: The Development of Cosmic Themes in My Oil Paintings" (Leonardo, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 363-365, 1990); a summary of a trip to Florida; gallery notes; Bentley College Gallery gallery announcement for gallery of Berta R. Golahny paintings; and an ink drawing to Viola Pratt dated June 28, '81.

1016 Collected cards, poems, and art[198-?]

Includes: Christmas card from Commissioner and Mrs. Will Pratt, 1986; poems and art; greeting card from Ruth B.; invitation for art exhibition opening for Mary Pratt, May 4, 1985.

Correspondence and greeting cards
101 Sommerkamp, Dr. Sabine1988-1989

Correspondence between Claire Pratt and Dr. Sabine Sommerkamp and related materials including: and article in German; poems and haiku in German; copies of the poem "Zwölf Tanka" or "Twelve Tanka" in both English and German; and two (2) copies of typed manuscript for "Die Sonnensuche" by Dr. Sommerkamp.

102 Poole, Bill1992-1993

Correspondence between Claire Pratt and William [Bill] Poole and related material including: haiku Claire sent to Bill; and a letter to Claire Pratt from Gregory Smith.

104 Correspondence re. Claire Pratt’s poetry1966-1979

Correspondence to Claire Pratt regarding her poetry from friends and colleagues including: Margaret, Daisetsu T. Suzuki, Carol Coates, Sabine Sommerkamp, Vicki, Frank and Hazel Ankenbrand, Alan Bern, Jaye Giammarino, Fred Cogswell, M? Wilson, Leroy Kanterman, Eric W. Amann, William J. Higginson, Kametaro Yagi, Jean Calkins, Evie, Jim Bull, Virginia Grady, Young, Gerald Hawkes, and Irma Wassall.

107 Cards to keep1976-1994

Collection of cards and letters titled "Cards to keep" ; many undated; includes a partial manuscript for "On Literature, Theology, and Psychology: The Selected Prose of E.J. Pratt" edited by Susan Gingell with attached correspondence.

1017 Pitt, David G.[1986]

Correspondence between Claire Pratt and David G. Pitt regarding the manuscript for E.J. Pratt: The Master Years, including notes for corrections.

1018 Correspondence to Claire Pratt 1980, 1993-1995

Letters written to Claire from: Désirée, Elizabeth, Betty, Carol Coates, and others.

Life and personal records
106 Royal Ontario Museum donation information and receiptMay 29, 1992
1011 Claire Pratt–Chronology of illnesses[1972?], 1991

Includes a typed chronology of Claire's illnesses, written by Claire, and a photocopied letter from a physician relating Claire's illnesses to her family doctor.

Photographs
1012 Photographs of Claire Pratt, and her friends and family[1926?], [1964 or 1968], 1982, 1991-1994

Includes: 6 photographs: b&w; 28 photographs: col.; 1 photograph: sepia; individuals in photographs include: Gwen Young, Stuart McLaren Claire Pratt and friends, Viola Pratt, E.J. Pratt, Dr. Leonard Brockington, Dr. Sabine Sommerkamp, and others; also includes a photocopied letter from Norman and Phyllis dated 1994, a poem "Christmas Wish" by Elizabeth Searle Lamb, a letter to Viola Pratt from Peter McArthur, and a list of names.

Series: 2: Writings, Research, and Editorial Files
Collected articles and essays
1014 Articles by Amy Golahny1987-1990

Articles by Amy Golahny, including: "Ruben's Hero and Leander and its Poetic Progeny" (Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin, 1990, pp. 20-37) and "How the Cosmos Got into My Painting”; also includes a letter to Claire from Birdie (Berta R. Golahny) dated Sept. 9, 1987.

 

Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Materials relating to E.J. and Viola Pratt
109 Documents relating to Mt. Pleasant and Prospect Cemeteries1926, 1960-1961, 1967, 1985

Includes deed of Mt. Pleasant Cemetery plots and deed of Prospect Cemetery plots and related correspondence; two copies of rules and regulations for Toronto General Burying grounds; and related correspondence regarding burial plots.

1010 Letters regarding Viola Pratt1929-1930, 1955

Letters regarding Viola Pratt’s hiring, in 1929, and retirement, in 1955, from editorship of World Friends [United Church children’s magazine] and related materials; includes possibly a list of correspondents.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by other artists
103 Cards, watercolours, and linocut print[ca. 1983]

Two (2) handmade cards to Claire and Viola Pratt, two water colours, and one linocut print by various artists including Christ, Kay Mitchell, D. Brich, and R.W. Lisle.

Literary materials and poetry notebooks
105 My First and Last Recitation[before 1995]

Undated typed poem possibly by Claire Pratt.

Box 11
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
111 Mother’s Book, unused original material[before 1984]

Typed and annotated unpublished essays and original materials by Viola Pratt: "Towards the Last Spike", "Canadian Women Novelists", and "The Bible in the World Today"; all undated.

118 Poems by various people1929-1981

Original poems collected by, or given to, Claire Pratt by various artists including: George Johnston, Paxye, Stephen Kennedy, Janice Kulyk Keefer, John Howland Beaumont, Joseph F. Girzone, Dorothy Shahoff, Margaret Furness MacLeod, Alice Ann Dorey, Margaret Harvey Wilton, d.r.s., David McCord, Angelika ?, Bee Wallace, Isabel F. Conant, Mary Passmore, Hazel Collister Hutchinson, Carol Coates, Mary Ellen, Joy Shieman, Tsurayuki, Ono No Komachi, Delza Longman, A.M. Sayers, Morris Bishop, Max Ehrmann, Jeffery Collum, Howard Engel, E.S.L.; many are undated; includes 16 photographs: 35 mm col. negatives.

119 University Women’s Club of Toronto's 50th anniversary1953-1970

Materials related to the University Women’s Club of Toronto and the club's 50th anniversary including: newspaper clippings, which include photos of Viola Pratt; correspondence; club bulletins; reception invitation; Fiftieth Anniversary programme; the club's constitution and by-laws (1965); and 1 photograph: sepia, possibly of 50th anniversary celebration, with Viola and Claire Pratt.

Correspondence and greeting cards
114 Correspondence to and from Claire Pratt1987-1989

Letters written to Claire and from Claire to friends and colleagues including: Wendy Thomas, Clara, and Norrie (Northrop Frye).

115 Coates, Carol1951-1979

Letters to Claire and Viola Pratt from Carol Coates; poetry by Carol Coates; typed booklet, “Meditations” by Rudolf Steiner.

1110 Correspondence re. Silent Ancestors1963, 1970-1971

Correspondence between Claire and colleagues and family as well as related materials regarding Claire Pratt's book The Silent Ancestors: the forebears of E. J. Pratt (Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1971) including: maps; Pratt family tree diagram, compiled 1963; promotional materials; correspondence with Raymond S., Christopher Pratt, Norrie [Northrop Frye], Miss J. Jerman (of McClelland and Stewart), and Mary; and publishers agreement.

1111 Correspondence re. Pratt family history and descendants1966-1982

Letters to and from Claire Pratt regarding Pratt family descendants and related materials including: photocopied consensus records, maps, photocopied death certificates. photocopied family trees; lists of cousins; newspaper clippings; and 2 photographs: b&w.

1112 Correspondence to and from Claire Pratt1964-1984

Letters written to and from Claire to publishers and to friends and colleagues including:  Dr. R.V.V. Nicholls (President, Canadian Railroad Historical Association); Calvert Pratt; and Sandra Djwa.

Life and personal records
1113 RRUniversity of Toronto Marks List May 1941, May 1943, May 1944

Restricted as it contains records for other individuals.

Series: 2: Writings, Research, and Editorial Files
Articles, essays, and other prose
112 Memoir–Midlife[1986?]

Superseded pages, middle period, from a memoir by Claire Pratt, including some poetry; some pages dated 1986.

116 “Shakespeare skit” and “Apples of Gold”[1954?]

Typescript of play “Shakespeare skit” and story “Apples of Gold” both by Claire Pratt

Editorial work on Viola Pratt’s writings
113 Viola Whitney Pratt: Travels[1990?]

Page proofs for the prologue and epilogue, by Claire Pratt, for Viola Whitney Pratt: Travels (later published as Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love).

117 Articles used for Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches[before 1984]

Typed and holograph manuscripts of articles used in Viola Whitney Pratt: papers and speeches; penciled annotations possibly by Claire Pratt; articles include: “The Poetry of the Bible,” “Gardens of the Bible,” “Poetic Drama,” “Robert Browning,” “Walter de la Mare,” “Virginia Woolf,” “Christopher Fry,” “The Stone Angel,” “Three British Playwrights,” “I Brought the Ages Home,” “1917,” “Birds,” “Bird Artistry,” “The Bible,” and “The House We Live In.” 

Box 12
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Correspondence and greeting cards
125 Miscellaneous letters1928-1985

Miscellaneous letters written to Claire Pratt from friends and colleagues including: Margaret Bridle?, Dorothy Wood, Margaret Imrie, Frances, Margaret M., Margaret Stock, Joy, Birdie (Berta R. Golahny), Katarina, Katharine, Margaret Laurence, Katharine A. Wells, Eleanore Earing?, Lorna and Ron, Mrs. E.J. [Viola] Pratt, Ralph Gustafson, Geraldine, Mary, and others.

Series: 2: Writings, Research, and Editorial Files
Collected articles and essays
122 Ceres and Persephone by Edith Hamilton[1942?]

Typed, annotated 1st version of essay "Ceres and Persephone" by Edith Hamilton

Articles, essays, and other prose
121 Memoir, superseded pages[between 1984 and 1990]

Superseded pages by Claire Pratt for Viola's memoir, Viola Whitney Pratt: papers and speeches

123 Memoir by Claire Pratt[between 1990 and 1984]

Final copy of Memoir by Claire Pratt, possibly used for Viola Whitney Pratt: papers and speeches.

124 Memoir by Claire Pratt[between 1984 and 1990]

Copy, edited version of Memoir (possibly used by Viola Whitney Pratt: papers and speeches ) by Claire Pratt; includes "Prologue" by Claire Pratt for Viola Whitney Pratt: Travels; also includes "The White Cross Guild, 1957-1967" by Claire Pratt, reprinted by Clarke Institute Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 2.

126 Writings by Claire Pratt[before 1995]

Writings by Claire Pratt on various topics, including pages from Memoir by Claire Pratt; possibly also includes writings by Viola Pratt; also includes "Introduction by her Classmate" by Bessie McCamus (an address for Viola Pratt).

127 Some Colours in Literature[before 1995]

Original manuscript by Claire Pratt

129 Superseded pages, Final Days[between 1984 and 1990]

Superseded pages, Memoir [Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches], other writings

Superseded copy, record of final days for Memoir (possibly used by Viola Whitney Pratt: papers and speeches) by Claire Pratt; includes other writings, possibly by Viola Pratt

Final copy of Memoir by Claire Pratt, possibly used for Viola Whitney Pratt: papers and speeches.

1210 Early Days[between 1984 and 1990]

Second completed copy of "Early Days," typed and annotated.

Editorial work on Viola Pratt’s writings
128 Omitted Articles by Viola Pratt[before 1990]

Articles by Viola Pratt possibly to be omitted from Viola Whitney Pratt: papers and speeches; includes: "Women Novelists," "The Bible in the World Today," and "Toward the Last Spike."

Box 13
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
137Haiku Canada: Members’ Anthology, 1989–901960, 1989-1990

Copy of Haiku Canada: Members’ Anthology, 1989–90, inscribed to Claire Pratt as well as autographs from various poets; includes folded card of haiku; also includes a letter from Viola (April 10, 1960) and a letter from Gerry Hallowell (August 17, 1989).

Correspondence and greeting cards
131 Aikins, Suezan and Anson-Cartwright, Hugh1985-1989

Letters to Claire Pratt from Suezan Aikins (1985-1989) and Hugh Anson-Cartwright (1985); includes short biography of Suezan Aikins.

132-3Incoming correspondence to Claire Pratt1985-1994

Correspondence to Claire Pratt from friends and colleagues including: Ehsan H. Faroqi, Mavis K. Edwards, Barbara, Elizabeth Burton, Gene, D. Pratt, W.H. Whitney, Alice, Phyllis, Betty, Winnie, J.M. Putnam, Joanne, Mary, Hiromi Oguchi, Sylvia Hahn, Rose, Olive J. Dean, Betty and Ralph, Bill and Helen Sewell, Birdie (Berta R. Golahny), Norma and Miller, Barbara K., Helen, Ruth Bentley, Jayce, Katharine, Dan and Lois Walker, Delza, David and Margaret, Bee and John C., M.P. Skeet, M.W. Stubbs, Diana. Betty Drevniok, John and Elizabeth, and others; includes undated poems: "The So Sombre House (For Emily Bronte)," "The Irish Priest" by Burnsider, "Brother Botolph and the Birds" by Burnsider"; includes essay "A Literary Interpretation of Life"; includes copy of The Beacon, Vol. 51, No. 12 (Nov/Dec. 1986); also includes 4 photographs: col. of Hiromi Oguchi.

Files 2 and 3 originally combined in one folder.

134Incoming correspondence to Claire Pratt 1987-1994

Letters and cards to Claire Pratt from friends and colleagues including: Dorothy, Marion, Dan and Lois Walker, Ruth and Don, D. Morris, J. McWilliam-Bourke, Mary Pratt, Roy and Margaret, Ann, Penelope Skeet, Gene, and Dorothy and Bill.

135Frye, Northrop [Norrie] to Mrs. E.J. PrattSeptember 30, 1968, March 30, 1971

Two (2) letters to Viola Pratt from Norrie [Northrop Frye].

136Correspondence to Claire Pratt with related materials1985-1994, 1994

Correspondence to Claire Pratt from friends including: Birdie (Berta R. Golahny), Ralph and Betty Gustafson, and Colleen; photocopy of undated manuscript of Puzzle Pieces by Emily Kopley; photocopy of The Kids Magazine, May-June 1994; 2 photographs: col. of Emily and Gabriel in studio.

138Christmas greetings to Claire Pratt1985, 1987

Two (2) Christmas cards to Claire, one from Barbara and the other from Tome and Euphosque?

139Correspondence to Claire Pratt1966-1993

Letters to Claire Pratt from friends and colleagues including: M?, Elizabeth and Bruce Too, Paxye Lucas, Elizabeth Lamb, and Delza Longman.

1310Correspondence to Claire Pratt 1946-1991

Letters to Claire Pratt from friends and family including: Katherine Stewart, E.J. Pratt, Viola Pratt, John N. Mappin, and R.C. Meech.

1311Claire's letters from France1947–1993, [1994?]

Envelope containing letters from Claire Pratt to her mother, Viola Whitney Pratt, from France in 1977; envelope includes other postcards and correspondence from Claire to Viola; includes letters to Claire Pratt from friends, David, and Kath and Will; also includes a handwritten note dated 1994(?).

1312Correspondence from Malcolm[between 1967 and 1982]

Undated letters to Claire, possibly from Malcolm Ross, professor at Department of English, Dalhousie University

1313Correspondence to Claire Pratt1981-1992

Letters to Claire Pratt from friends including: Penelope (M.P.) and Derek Skeet, Dr. Sabine Sommerkamp, Rae, and Dorothy; includes 1 photograph: col. of Sabine.

1314Correspondence to Claire Pratt 1986-1994

Letters to Claire Pratt from friends including: Margaret, Mary, Clara, and Carol.

1315Correspondence to Claire Pratt 1948-1995, 1988, 1993

Letters and postcards to and from Claire including: Mary, Delza [Longman], Jeanne Agrly?, Kath and Will, Dorothy, and Euphosque?; includes poems: “Thoughts of Spring” by Betty Drevnoik, 1993, inscribed to Claire; “Poems” by Désirée Grotrian, 1988, with letters from Desiree to Claire and an obituary to Elizabeth Burton written by Désirée Grotrian.

1316Correspondence to Delza LongmanJanuary 19, 1966, December 16, 1985

Two (2) letters from Claire Pratt to Delza Longman.

1317Correspondence re. genealogical research 1970-1971

Correspondence between Claire Pratt and possible family members, largely relating to genealogical research.

Originally in the Viola Leone Whitney Pratt fond, Box 39, file 7.

Box 14
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
141 Amnesty International bulletins and pamphletsJune 1980, 1986,

Two (2) copies of Amnesty International Bulletin, Vol. 13, No. 3, April, 1986, and Vol. 13, No. 4, June 1986; Mail to Amnesty newsletter; pamphlet of Universal Declaration of Human Rights; and Amnesty International Canada Letter Writing Guide.

 

143 Children’s Christmas and birthday party games[before 1995]
Correspondence and greeting cards
142 Postcards and photographs1988-1993, 1945-[1995?]

Postcards (1988-1993) written to Claire Pratt from friends including: Mary, Margaret, Birdie [Berta R. Golahny], Yvonne, Kath and Will, Bee, and others; also includes 2 photographs: b&w, 25 photographs: col., and 4 photographs: 35 mm col. negatives.

(Photos P1-4)
144 Correspondence re. Silent Ancestors 1970-1973

Correspondence between Claire and colleagues and family regarding Claire Pratt's book The Silent Ancestors: the forebears of E. J. Pratt (Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1971) including: Lunella?, A Pratt, Watson Kirkconnell, Margaret Foster, George Hancocks, Elsie, Chris, D.W. Pratt, B.J.A. Pratt, Roy D., Richard D. Pierce, Stuart Fraser Myers, Lorna and Ron Everson, Clara, Margaret F. MacLeod, Sallie, Eula C. Lapp, Carol, Calvert, and others.

145 Letters to Mother1915-1980

Letters to Viola Pratt, collected by Claire, from friends and colleagues including: Charlotte M. Francis, Frederick Philip Grove, J. Wilson K?, Harry Osborne, S. Morgan-Powell, John H? George Johnston, Ron, Helena Coleman, Camille Sanderson, Leo Cox, A.M. Sullivan, Charles G.D. Roberts, Healey William, Mrs. Abbott, Peter Buitenhuis, Margaret, Mrs. Grieoremont?, Mago, Clara, Wilder Penfield, A.P. Scott, William B. Wiegand, Henry W. Wells, and Bill [William Arthur Deacon], and others.

148 Correspondence and postcards to and from Claire Pratt 1969-1988

Letters and postcards to and from Claire including: Jesamine, Gladys, D. Nicholls, Lisa Barham, Era Rea, Mary and Ken Langford, C.J. Fox, Dorothy, Birdie [Berta R. Golahny], Ray and Lila, J. Kirk, Joyce and Gordon, Mary Slater, and others. ; includes a pencil drawing of Ned; includes 5 photographs: col.

1410 Correspondence re. Canadian literature1992-1993

Letter to Claire Pratt regarding Canadian literature from friends and colleagues including: Sandra Djwa and Susan Gingell.

1412 Correspondence re. art work1969-1986

Letters to Claire and Viola Pratt regarding artwork donations and loans, particularly on Portrait Sketch by F.H. Varley; includes donation agreements.

1414 Correspondence re. Viola Pratt books1983-1992

Letters and related materials regarding books on Viola Pratt edited by Claire Pratt, Viola Whitney Pratt: papers and speeches and Viola Whitney Pratt: a testament of love.

1415 Letters to Mother, uncertain destinationMay 14, 1917, 1960-1983

Letters to Viola Pratt, collected by Claire, from friends and colleagues including: Ruth Jenking, Ernestine, Emma Moffat, Dr. A.E. Hughes, Elma? at Aurora, Dode Stanley, Margaret Bateman, Aetaline? Clara Thomas, Wm. Whitney (Grandpa's last letter [to daughter, Viola Pratt]), Pauline and Don Gibbon, Katherine Daykin?, Grace Prescott, Elizabeth Burton, Mrs. Wallace, Mary Curelly W.E. Swinton, Sadie Bush, Shirley Freshman, Bessie McCamus, Rose, and Campbell McInnis; includes list of correspondents.

1417 Sommerkamp, Dr. Sabine [between 1985 and 1987]

Correspondence between Claire Pratt and Dr. Sabine Sommerkamp and related materials including: German to English translations of words; "Timeless Time"; and possibly Claire's translation of Search for the Sun.

Photographs
147 Photographs of friends and family1945-1992, 1990

Photographs of friends and family; 2 photographs: b&w, 10 photographs: col.; includes two postcards.

(Photos P1-2)
Series: 2: Writings, Research, and Editorial Files
Collected articles and essays
1416 “Papers not included”[before 1984]

Speeches and papers, probably by Viola Pratt, and possibly not included in the memoirs edited by Claire Pratt; includes: manuscript and typed copies of "Women in the 1st World War"; manuscript of "Apples of Gold"; and typed copy of "Talk at Library at opening of E.J. Pratt room" [Viola Pratt 1964 speech].

1418 Articles on post-polio effects1986, April 7-9, 1988

Frick, Nancy M., and Richard L. Bruno, "Post-Polio Sequelae: Physiological and Psychological Overview," Rehabilitation Literature, Vol. 47, No. 5-6, May-June 1986; King, Audrey L., "Psychological Adaption to Aging with Post-Polio," Late Effects of Poliomyelitis Conference, Munich, April 7-9, 1988.

Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Genealogy and Pratt family history
146 For MILNER, JeanJanuary 12, 1912, July 21, 1928, [before 1995], [between 1937 and 1940]

Includes family tree—Christopher Pratt=Jane Cheesborough; newspaper clippings: one on Mr. Thomas Pratt, dated January 12, 1912, and a photocopied article on Mr. William Pratt, dated July 21, 1928; "Death of Councillor Thomas Pratt" from Bradford Chamber of Trad Journal; and Christopher Pratt & Sons Ltd., 33 North Parade, Bradford Parks. 1840-1940, a history.

Jean Milner (née Pratt) is the sister of Christopher Pratt (a noted Canadian artist) and cousin of Claire Pratt.

newspaper clipping from 1912 very fragile, handle with care.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Records relating to Claire Pratt’s artwork
149 Publicity1947-1988

Materials relating to Claire Pratt's art including: newspaper clippings regarding art exhibits and artwork; biographies, autobiographies, and addresses in honour of Claire Pratt; bibliography art exhibit listings; list of ownership of prints; CBC broadcast review of The Silent Ancestors; copies of newsletter The Ulyssean; haiku; The Manor Club Bulletin; correspondence regarding art exhibits. 

Newspaper clippings may be fragile, handle with care.

1411 Claire Pratt Promotion—mailing list[before 1995]
Literary materials and poetry notebooks
1413 “To Crawford on the occasion of his leaving...”[before 1995]

Typed undated poem, probably by Claire Pratt, titled "To Crawford on the occasion of his leaving us for the green fields of matrimony"

Box 15
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
151 Collected materials1977-[198-?]

"Looking Ahead"; note from Lila Laakso; photocopies of poems "The Deed" and "In Memoriam" by E.J. Pratt; "The Current of Time" by Roy Daniells (1981); page 18 from a personal journal [copied from] Disc 5, August 22, 1928 Toronto; convocation address of Alive Willard Turner, June 9, 1977.

153 Writings and poems by various people1982

Writings and poems by various people collected by Claire Pratt; includes a postcard to Viola Pratt.

Correspondence and greeting cards
155 Letters of congratulations to V. Pratt re. Doctor of Sacred Letters honorary degree1956

Letters collected by Claire Pratt; includes list of all correspondents.

157 Invitation to E.J. Pratt plaque commemoration1978

Letters inviting Claire and Viola Pratt to attend an E.J. Pratt plaque commemoration ceremony in Western Bay, Newfoundland; includes programme of the ceremony and newspaper clipping announcing the event.

1510 Correspondence to Viola Pratt1972-1980

Letters to Viola Pratt, collected by Claire, from publishers including Dana F. Kellerman, from Encyclopaedia Britannica, and Elizabeth Waterson, from Canadian Children's Literature journal; includes note typed by Viola Pratt.

1511 Wells, Henry1945-1979

Letters and postcards to Claire, E.J., and Viola Pratt from Henry Wells and related materials including newspaper clippings; also includes letters from Katharine [Mrs. Henry W. Wells] and Peggy [Margaret] Ray; one letter dated 1937, but probably written 1973.

1517 Pitt, David G.1965-1989

Correspondence between Davide G. Pitt and Claire Pratt, some regarding the manuscript for E.J. Pratt: The Master Years, including notes for corrections.

1518 Correspondence to Claire Pratt1946, 1982-1984

Correspondence to and from Claire Pratt regarding books on E.J. Pratt by scholars including: David G. Pitt and Sandra Djwa; includes newspaper clippings related to the works; postcard possibly from Ned [E.J. Pratt] dated 1946.

1519 Correspondence re. E.J. Pratt collection1964-1980

Correspondence to Claire Pratt regarding E.J. Pratt collection at Memorial University, Newfoundland; includes correspondence from others regarding the collection.

Life and personal records
1514 RRClaire Pratt funeral notes1992-1993

Records and materials Claire Pratt created in advance of her death for funeral arrangements including a notebook; death notice; expression of appreciation; excerpts from poems; and letters planning prearranged funeral services.

Restricted for 30 years after Claire Pratt's death.

1515 RRClaire Pratt's Will1995

Restricted for 30 years after Claire Pratt's death.

1520Biographical notes on Claire Pratt[19--?]

mimeographed notes on Claire Pratt's life.

Originally in Viola Pratt fonds, Box 7, file 8.

Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Materials relating to E.J. and Viola Pratt
152 Articles relating to E.J. Pratt[195-?], August, 1959

Article, "The Unofficial Poet Laureate"; "The Royal Visit - 1959, Lines from E.J. "Ned" Pratt; and poem "Lines" by E.J. Pratt.

Article—“The Unofficial Poet Laureate”; The Royal Visit, 1959, lines by E.J. “Ned” Pratt

154 Various writings by and about Viola Pratt1946-1983, January 20, 1986

Various newspaper/magazine clippings of writings by and about Viola Pratt; List of Mother's [V. Pratt’s] Book Reviews; "A Future for Women at the University of Toronto," University of Toronto Bulletin Supplement, Monday, January 20, 1986.

156 Papers on E.J. Pratt1976, 1977, 1983,

Materials on E.J. Pratt including: book review of E.J. Pratt: On his Life and Poetry edited by Susan Gingall; typed and annotated manuscript of article "Java to Geneva: The Making of a Pratt Poem" by Susan A. Beckmann; photocopy of typed and annotated manuscript of article "Some Personal Apropos of Ned" by Ralph Gustafson; all come with accompanying correspondence.

158 Materials by and about Viola Pratt1913-1985

Newspaper clippings by and about Viola Pratt, some undated; Periodicals including: World Friends, July 1955; The Missionary Monthly, August 1955; Programmes for various events,

Some newspaper clippings fragile, handle with care.

159 Opening of E.J. Pratt Room of Contemporary Poetry ceremony1964, 1966

Materials related to Opening of E.J. Pratt Room of Contemporary Poetry ceremony including: programme; address given by Mrs. E.J. Pratt; 5 photographs: b&w; Victoria Reports, November 1964; correspondence regarding the opening; and a newspaper clipping; also includes correspondence with Peggy.

(Photos P1-5)
1512 Documents related to Viola Pratt's early life1876-1918

Materials related to Viola Pratt's career as a teacher including: teaching certificates and employers acceptance letters; Also includes: letters to Mrs. W.H. Whitney, Mrs. Sheppard, and Mr. and Mrs. Whitney; invitation to the wedding of Viola Leone and Edwin J. Pratt; teaching certificates and letters related to Viola Pratt's mother, Gertrude Hager; and marriage certificate for Viola Pratt's parents.

some documents fragile, handle with care.

1513 Documents related to Viola Pratt's funeral1984

Materials related to Viola Pratt's funeral including a copy of the eulogy delivered by Lila Laakso and the memorial service programme.

1516 Book review clippings1984-1989

Clippings of book reviews of books on E.J. Pratt including: E.J. Pratt: Complete Poems, E.J. Pratt: The Truant Years 1882–1927, E.J. Pratt: The Master Years 1927–1964, and E.J. Pratt: On His Life and Poetry; newspaper clippings regarding E.J. Pratt.

Box 16
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Diaries and Journals
161 Diaries and Journals1932-1936

Four (4) diaries and journals.

162 A Traveller's Journal, 1921–19561921-1980

Journal entries date up to 1980; contains loose photographs originally part of entries.

163 Travel diary, trip to Montréal, Bermuda, Nassau, and Jamaica1937

Travel diary for trip from May 26, 1937 to June 21, 1937, where she travelled to Montal, Bermuda, Nassau, and Jamaica.

164 Diaries and memo calendar1945, 1946, 1947

Memo Calendar, 1945; two (2) diaries, 1946 and 1947.

165 Diaries and Journals1949, 1948-1952, 1953-1957, [1955?]

Four (4) diaries and journals: July 31, 1949-August 6, 1949; 1948–1952; 1953–1957; 1955–1956.

Box 17
Series: 1: Personal Materials
171 Claire Pratt Five Year Diary1958-1962
172 Trip to Gaspé - 1959August 22-30, 1959

Journal recounting trip to Gaspé, Québec.

173 Claire Pratt Five Year Diary 1963–1967
174 Travel diaries, trips to St. John's, NL and the U.K. 1964

Two (2) travel diaries: trip to St. John's, Newfoundland, from August 5-24, 1964; trip to U.K., from August 25 to October 3, 1964.

175 Claire Pratt Five Year Diary 1968–1972

Fragile, handle with care.

176 Travel diary, trip to the U.K.1968

Travel diary for trip to the U.K. from May 15 to June 17, 1968.

177 Diary of a Trip to the South Pacific1969

Typed copy of diary of titled "Diary of a Trip to the South Pacific **** January 17 to February 15, 1969; possibly written by Viola Pratt.

178 Travel diary, trip to Florence, Italy1972

Travel diary for trip to Florence, Italy from May 1-23, 1972.

179 Claire Pratt Five Year Diary 1973–1977
1710 Claire Pratt Five Year Diary 1978–1982
1711 Claire Pratt Five Year Diary 1983–1987
1712 Diaries and Journals 1988-1992, 1989, 1990

Three (3) diaries and journals: 1988-1992; 1989; 1990 (blank).

1713 Claire Pratt journal1993
1714 Claire Pratt "French Country Diary" 1994
1715 Memorandum Book [before 1995]

Undated journal; mentions Barnstable, Mass., Ellis Landing Beach, Brewster, Mass., and Lake Placid, NY.

1716 Journal[before 1995]

Undated

1717 Journal[before 1995]

Undated journal/memo book; documents trip to Amsterdam and France; notes on the trip, poem to Ray & Lila [Laakso], and additional notes detailing contents of 60 boxes.

Box 18
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
188Fragments of Gossamer, Olive Ottaway1975

Printed book that includes excerpts from her (Olive Ottaway) letters to Claire Pratt, 1948-1973; Poems with no signatures are those of Olive Ottaway. Others, whose authors are given, are among her favourites; published in Toronto.

1815Invitation to Mood, Volume II1967

Notebook of collected poetry with an inscription: "For Claire and Vi with my Love Carol, Cheltenham 1967"; originally kept in a small plastic binder.

1817Notebook of poetry[1975?]

Notebook of poetry collected by Claire Pratt; the last quote was entered March 1975.

Life and personal records
1811Our Baby's Book1921

Claire Pratt's birth and baby book kept by her parents.

Diaries and Journals
181 Commentary on dreams1976-1983

Loose papers part of a dream journal; includes notebook, "Dreams, Meditations & Exercises" with notes on dreams and sleep exercises.

Autograph books, address books, record books, and notebooks
183Claire's shell history[before 1995]

Notebook listing shells, possibly from a shell collection belonging to Claire; undated; includes a needlework of two shells; originally kept in a small binder.

184Shell book[1969?]

Notebook of drawings of shells and selected poetry.

185Claire Pratt's "Pig Book"1934-1935

Autograph book belonging to Claire Pratt; contains autographs from family members and family friends.

186Claire Pratt autograph book1934-1935

Autograph book belonging to Claire Pratt; contains autographs from family members and family friends.

187Schoolday Memories of Pat Robins, Class of Form II B1936

School class autograph book; messages signed to Margaret or Pat; includes photos, some loose.

189Favourite Poems1983

Inscription in the front of the notebook: "To Claire - with love. 1983 - Betty"

1810Claire Pratt's favourites[1983?]

Notebook of poems collected by Claire Pratt.

1813Scrapbook of collected materials[before 1995]

Scrapbook of various poems, pictures, stamps, newspaper clippings, and drawings, with captions, either compiled by Claire Pratt or for Claire Pratt.

1814Claire Pratt autograph book1931-1934

Autograph book belonging to Claire Pratt; contains autographs from family members and family friends.

Fragile, handle with care.

1816Claire Pratt autograph book1934

Autograph book belonging to Claire Pratt; contains autographs from family members and family friends.

1818Record Index[before 1995]

Index of records compiled by Claire Pratt; includes loose notes titled "Claire's Library of Records (78 r.p.m.)"

Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Genealogy and Pratt family history
182Genealogy notebook1994

A notebook on Whitney family history and family notebook given to Claire by Ann, most likely a cousin on Viola Pratt's side of the family.

Viola Whitney Pratt, diaries, journals, and autograph books
1812An Address Book for Naturalists1983

An address book belonging to Viola Pratt; includes autograph in the front from Sylvia Hahn; inscription: "To dear Vi, with love from Ida. 1983"; loose paper with notes.

Box 19
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Genealogy and Pratt family history
19Family Record of Pratt1966-1984

An index of individuals related to the Pratt family and compiled by various relatives.

Box 20
Series: 2: Writings, Research, and Editorial Files
Articles, essays, and other prose
204 “A Case of Mistaken Identity” by Claire Pratt[before 1995]

Undated annotated typed draft of a story written by Claire Pratt.

205 Poems about seashells[before 1995]

Collected poems on seashells, possibly in preparation of a book; includes editorial notes, some lists, and an annotated and typed introduction, probably written by Claire Pratt.

206 Rabindranath Tagore by Claire Pratt[before 1995]

Two (2) copies: typed copy and annotated typed draft of essay; includes notes and photocopies of photographs.

Editorial work on Viola Pratt’s writings
201 Viola Pratt: Travels[1990?]

Annotated galley proofs for Viola Whitney Pratt: Travels (later published as Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love).

202 Viola Pratt: Travels[1990?]

Annotated first proofs for Viola Whitney Pratt: Travels (later published as Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love).

203 Viola Pratt: Travels[1990?]

Annotated second proofs for Viola Whitney Pratt: Travels (later published as Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love).

Box 21
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Correspondence and greeting cards
213 Publication correspondence1989-1991

Correspondence between Claire Pratt and Lugus Publications, including publication notices and contract, regarding Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches and Viola Pratt: A Testament of Love.

Series: 2: Writings, Research, and Editorial Files
Collected articles and essays
212 Chronicles of a Veteran of Early Feminist Struggles by Beverley SlopenJuly 8, 1990

Copies of book review of Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches and Viola Pratt: A Testament of Love by Beverley Slopen; includes promotional pamphlets.

Articles, essays, and other prose
211 Book launch speechSeptember 28, 1990

Typed copies of speech Claire Pratt made at the book launch for Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches and Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love; includes an order form for the books, an invitation to the book launch party, and list of individuals who attended the launch.

216-7Articles by Claire Pratt[before 1995]

Annotated typed essays and articles by Claire Pratt; includes photocopies of photos of R. Tagore; contains duplicates of some articles.

Editorial work on Viola Pratt’s writings
214 Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches[1990?]

Annotated page proofs for Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches.

215 Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches[1990?]

Annotated typed draft (copy 2) of Viola Whitney Pratt: Papers and Speeches.

Box 22
Series: 2: Writings, Research, and Editorial Files
221 Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love[1990?]

Annotated; second (2nd) set of typescript pages for Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love.

222 Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love[1990?]

Annotated typescript draft of Viola Whitney Pratt: A Testament of Love.

Box 23
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Literary materials and poetry notebooks
23 Poetry booklets1975-1993

Fourteen (14) booklets, majority handmade, containing haiku and poems by Claire Pratt, and quotations by other artists and figures, including: a Mother's Day card to Viola Pratt from Claire; a birthday booklet to Viola Pratt from Claire on her 90th birthday; a birthday greeting card from friends for Viola Pratt; copies of The Undertow by Claire Pratt (limited run book, nos. 1, 63, 96, 100); and Fragments of Gossamer by Olive Ottaway.

Some booklets are fragile, handle with care.

Additional copies of The Undertow are available through the UTL catalogue: http://go.utlib.ca/cat/2990857.

Box 24
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Materials relating to E.J. and Viola Pratt
246 Birth certificates of E.J. Pratt and Viola Leone Pratt (née Whitney)April 8, 1915, June 11, 1929, August 24, 1944, 26 October 1945, December 23, 1964, April 5, 1983

Copy and photocopies of E.J. Pratt's initial birth certificate (April 8, 1915) and registered birth certificate (April 5, 1983) with correspondence from National Trust (December 23, 1964); birth certificates (August 24, 1944; 26 October 1945) and birth record (June 11, 1929) for Viola Leone Whitney (Pratt).

Genealogy and Pratt family history
241 Genealogy notes on the Pratt family[1933?-199-?]

Includes photocopies of records and articles from books, holograph and typed notes; photocopies of histories on the Normans; and correspondence.

242 Materials from Agnes Pratt1905-1978

Newspaper clippings on Pratt family members; Photographs of family members including: Grandma Hannah Pratt, Darrell Pratt, Pauline Pratt, Oliver and John Pratt, and Dale; 3 photographs: col.; 2 photographs: b&w.

243 Letters re. Pratt family1902, 1921

Includes birth announcement for Claire Pratt.

Letters are fragile, handle with care.

244 Pratt family history information1905-1973

Certificate of Qualification as a Teacher of elementary Art for Viola Pratt (1924); correspondence to Claire Pratt (1972-73); newspaper clippings; British Museum Reading Room Notes and Regulations (1966); photocopy of death notice for John William White Warland (1905); photocopy of a family tree (in six sheets).

245 The Eoin L. Whitney Memorial Collection1967

Photocopied picture of, and biographical essay on, E.L. Whitney.

247 Whitney family documents1902, 1913-1917, 1971

S.S. Convention programme; correspondence to Mrs. W.H. Whitney; correspondence re. Viola L. Whitney; correspondence to Viola Whitney Pratt re. Whitney genealogy. 

248 Pratt family materials1987-1989

Correspondence to Claire Pratt; wedding invitation for Janet to Arthur Whitney; Pratt family tree.

249 Family Record of Chapman, Horsfeild, Knight, and Pitts1966-1970

Records for the Chapman, Horsfeild, Knight, and Pitts families including genealogy tables, notes, newspaper clipping, letters from Charlotte Knight to her sister Sophie Duder, chart of descendants of James Pitts, and Knight family tree.

2410 Pratt family tree[198-?]
2411 Family tree of James, 1 of Anthony[19--]
2412 Pratt Family tree charts[19--]

"The Name of Thomas Pratt Over Nine Generations," 1689–1920; No title, 1689–1921; Chart A, 1689–1964; Chart B, Anthony = Dorothy, 1792-1892.

2413 Pratt Family Record

Missing (Feb. 14, 2017).

Box 25
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
253 Collected materials on haiku1980-1994

Correspondence regarding Claire's haiku and other writer's works; programmes; copies of Haiku Canada Newsletter; publication contracts; 1 photograph: col.

Correspondence and greeting cards
252 Christmas greeting cards[196-?-1995?]

Booklet: Haiku by C. Pratt; Christmas greeting cards to Ann Foster signed by Pratt

Christmas greeting cards from Pratt family, one to Ann Foster from Claire Pratt; includes booklet of haiku "Black Heather" by Claire Pratt.

254 Correspondence re. The Undertow1993-1994

Correspondence to Claire Pratt regarding her haiku The Undertow; includes list of individuals receiving a copy of The Undertow.

257 Christmas cards and letters1961-1992

Christmas cards and letters to Claire and Viola Pratt; includes letters regarding Claire's haiku; many undated.

258 Letter from Betty DrevniokJuly 23, 1994

Letter to Claire Pratt from Betty Drevniok; includes accompanying haiku.

Life and personal records
2510 Diplomas1974-1984, 1981, 1983

Diplomas from: Centro Studi e Scambi Internazionali Accademia "Leonardo da Vinci" (1974-1984) and Diploma of Honour from International Order of Volunteers for Peace; newsletter from Centro Studi e Scambi Internazionali Accademia "Leonardo da Vinci".

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Literary materials and poetry notebooks
251 Haiku by Claire Pratt1986-1994

Haiku by Claire Pratt include: "The Dog Days" and "Black Heather"; drawings for haiku with photocopies and a list of the drawings; Mirrors, Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall 1988; a haiku alphabet in celebration of spring by LeRoy Gorman (1994).

255 Haiku by Claire Pratt1964-1987

Includes published and unpublished haiku; haiku "The Darkness Branch or Silent Voices" and "Fallen Stars"; notes on the book The Breaking of Soft Grass; and newspaper clipping of article "Concision, Perception, Awareness—Haiku" by Cor van den Heuvel.

Haiku poems: “The Darkness Branch or Silent Voices” and untitled haiku from 1983–86 by C. Pratt; newspaper clipping, “Concision, Perception—Haiku” by Cor van den Heuvel, 1987

1964-1987

256 Haiku, my work[before 1995]

Working copies of haiku by Claire Pratt with notes; undated.

259 Unpublished haiku by Claire PrattJuly 1992, October 1996

Unpublished manuscript of collected haiku by Claire Pratt; note from Lila Laakso, Oct. 1996.

2511Haiku by Claire Pratt [before 1995]

Printed and holograph copies of "Black Heather"

Holograph copy fragile, handle with care.

2512Haiku Notebook1983-1987

 Includes envelope with haiku written on it

Box 26
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Photographs
261 Slides of wood engravings by Claire Pratt1969

32 photographs: 35 mm col. slides

Woodblocks and engraved metal plates
262 Woodblock[before 1995]

One (1) undated and unnamed woodblock

263 “Lesbauch Tova” woodblock[before 1995]

One (1) woodblock, titled “Lesbauch Tova”.

264 Woodblocks[before 1995]

Two (2) undated and unnamed woodblocks; one (1) uncut woodblock.

265 Woodblock[before 1995]

One (1) undated and unnamed woodblock, cut on both sides.

266 Woodblock[before 1995]

One (1) undated and unnamed woodblock, cut on both sides.

267 Woodblock[before 1995]

One (1) undated and unnamed woodblock, cut on both sides.

Box 27
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
2715Books given to Claire Pratt1960-1990

Eleven (11) books given to Claire Pratt, mainly on haiku; all inscribed to her; some in German and Japanese.

2716Haiku pamphlets 1965-1988

Pamphlets of haiku by various writers produced by Haiku Canada.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by Claire Pratt
272 Original woodcut prints[before 1995]

Five (5) woodcut prints by Claire Pratt.

273 Original woodcut prints[before 1995]

Seven (7) woodcut prints by Claire Pratt; originally glued on a board together.

274 Christmas woodcut prints [before 1995]

Seven (7) Christmas woodcut prints by Claire Pratt; originally glued on a board together.

Photographs
271 Photographic “negatives” of Christmas woodcuts[before 1995]

4 photographs: various sized b&w negatives.

271aPhotographic “negatives” of Christmas woodcuts[before 1995]

5 photographs: various sized b&w negatives.

271bPhotographic “negatives” of woodcuts[before 1995]

20 photographs: various sized b&w negatives.

Woodblocks and engraved metal plates
275 “Twelve Days of Christmas” engraving[196-?]

Metal engraving mounted on a woodblock.

276 “Holly and Ivy” engraving[196-?]

Metal engraving mounted on a woodblock; includes copy of print.

277 “World of Friends” engraving[before 1995]

Metal engraving mounted on a woodblock; facsimile of holograph of E.J. Pratt poem with Christmas illustration.

278 Woodblock[before 1995]

One (1) undated and unnamed woodblock, cut on both sides.

279 “Eldillia” woodblock[before 1995]

One (1) woodblock, “Eldillia.”

2710 “Peace” woodblock[before 1995]

One (1) woodblock, “Peace."

2711 “Pearl” engraving [before 1995]

Copper plate engraving.

Ink may come off, handle with care.

2712 Mounted copperplate engraving[before 1995]

One (1) mounted copperplate engraving; undated and unnamed

2713 Haiku engravings1965-[1995?]

Eight (8) Metal engravings mounted on a woodblocks, including typed titles and drawings related to printing her haiku.

One piece is missing.

2714 “Sere and Yellow Leaf” linocut[before 1995]

One (1) linocut mounted on a woodblock.

Box 28
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
282 The Littlest Book of Kittens edited by Jonathan Roth, illustrated by Ida Bohatta1984

Small book.

283 Irish Writers1989

Small book.

284 Audubon’s Birds1992

Small book; greeting card in back from Dorothy.

285 All Things Bright and Beautiful by Cecil Frances Alexander, illustrated by Alice Ann Biggerstaff1975

Small book.

286 The Mutability of Literature by Washington Irving1982

Small book; inscribed to Claire from Shirley.

287 39 Blossoms by Elizabeth Searle Lamb1982

Small booklet; inscribed to Claire from author.

288 Kate Greenaway’s Alphabet[19--]

Small booklet.

289 Lilliput Maori Place Names1962

Miniature book.

2810 Reeds’ Lilliput Dictionary, Maori-English1960

Miniature book.

2811 The Little Webster Dictionary, 18,000 Words[1933]

Miniature book.

2812 Your Bible Companion[1965?]

Miniature book.

2814 A Little Bit of History About Very Small Books[19--]

Miniature booklet.

2816 Bibliography of REM Miniatures, 1962–1978, Copy III1978

Miniature book.

2817 Fireflies by Frank Ankenbrand, Jr.1965

Miniature book; inscribed to Claire from the author.

2818 R.E.M. Ego Extra 19781978

Miniature booklet.

2820 Small Rain Upon the Tender Herb[18--]

Miniature book; housed in decorative box.

Fragile, handle with care.

2821 Haiku Broadsides edited by Frank Ankenbrand, Jr. 1967

Five (5) Miniature fold-out booklets, no. 1-5; set 48; housed in box.

2822 Haiku Broadsides edited by Frank Ankenbrand, Jr. 1968

Five (5) Miniature fold-out booklets, no. 6-10; set 27; housed in box.

2823 Scroll of Birthday Haiku for Robert Massman's Natal Celebration by Frank Ankenbrand, Jr.1967

Miniature scroll.

Life and personal records
281 Victoria University gold medal coins for Viola Whitney and Claire Pratt[1913?], 1944

Two (2) gold medal coins.

Autograph books, address books, record books, and notebooks
2815 Agenda 19821982

Miniature book; appears to be blank.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by Claire Pratt
2813 The Music of Oberon compiled and illustrated by Mildred Claire Pratt1975

Miniature book; two (2) copies; one inscribed to her mother, Viola Pratt, from Claire.

2819 Wynken, Blynken and Nod by Eugene Field, illustrated by Claire Pratt1955

Miniature booklet created by Claire Pratt; housed in decorative box.

Box 29
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Correspondence and greeting cards
2912 Letters to Claire Pratt1921-1973

Letters to Claire Pratt, occasionally to Viola and E.J. as well, from friends and family members; some undated.

2921 Letters to Claire Pratt from foster child1952-1956
Life and personal records
2916 Claire's St. Clement's School Reports to 1940[ca. 1940]
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Materials relating to E.J. and Viola Pratt
292 Viola Whitney, Orillia Collegiate Institute, School Certificate of Promotion July 12, 1905
2929 Clippings and memorabilia1915-1973

Clippings and memorabilia possibly collected by Viola Pratt including: Europe diary, Sept. 1973; Art Phelp’s wedding, poem; birthday poem; Millicent Howse letter, 1955; invitation to a lecture by Mrs. E.J. Pratt; "Mushrooms" by Margaret Atwood; Pelham Edgar letter, 1915.

2930 Clippings and memorabilia1954-1984

Clippings and memorabilia regarding E.J. and Viola Pratt including: name directory; newspaper clippings re. E.J. Pratt, 1954, 1982, undated; introductory speech for Viola Pratt to London University Women’s Club, unsigned, undated; letter from Fumiko Ito to Viola Pratt, 1984; National Library Reading Room - murals by Charles Comfort.

Family correspondence
291 Whitney family correspondence1863–1902, 1965

Whitney family correspondence, 1863–1902, some undated; letter to Viola & Claire Pratt, 1965.

Some of the letters are fragile, handle with care.

293 Viola Pratt correspondence1911-1926

Correspondence between Viola Pratt and her mother, Gertrude Whitney; some undated

294 Viola Pratt correspondence1888, 1917-1923

Correspondence between Viola Pratt and her mother, Gertrude Whitney; includes invitation to marriage of Gertrude and Mrs. William H. Whitney, September 26, 1888.

Paper is fragile, handle with care.

295 Viola Pratt correspondence1915, 1917, 1927-1935

Correspondence to and from Viola Pratt, including: letters to Viola on the death of her father, William H. Whitney, 1917; letters regarding Viola's teaching, 1915; and; letters from Viola to her brother Hager and sister-in-law Grace, some from Claire, 1927-1935; some undated.

Paper is fragile, handle with care.

296 Viola Pratt to her mother1917-1924

Correspondence from Viola Pratt to her mother, Gertrude Whitney.

297 Viola Pratt to her mother1925

Correspondence from Viola Pratt to her mother, Gertrude Whitney, during a trip to Newfoundland from June to August 1925.

298 Claire Pratt correspondence1931-1939

Letters from Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt.

299 Claire Pratt correspondence1931-1954

Letters from Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt; some undated; includes 1 photograph: b&w.

2910 Claire Pratt correspondence1935-1953

Letters from Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt.

2911 Viola and Claire Pratt letters to Hager Whitney1936-1970

Letters from Viola and Claire to Viola's brother Hager, and sister-in-law, Grace; some undated. 

Some letters fragile, handle with care.

2913 Claire Pratt to Viola Pratt1939

Letters to Viola Pratt from her daughter, Claire.

2914 Viola Pratt to Claire Pratt1939–1944

Letters to Claire Pratt from her mother, Viola; some undated.

2915 Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt 1939-1970

Letters from Claire Pratt to her parents, Viola and E.J.; some undated.

2917 Claire Pratt to Viola Pratt1940-1949

Letters to Viola Pratt from her daughter, Claire; some undated.

2918 Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt1944

Letters from Claire Pratt to her parents, Viola and E.J.

2919 Viola Pratt to Claire Pratt1942–1952

Letters to Claire Pratt from her mother, Viola; some undated.

2920 Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt1944–1949

Letters from Claire Pratt to her parents, Viola and E.J.; some undated.

2922 Viola Pratt to Claire Pratt1953-1954

Letters to Claire Pratt from her mother, Viola, in Boston; many undated.

2923 Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt1951–1959

Letters from Claire Pratt to her parents, Viola and E.J.; some undated.

2924 Family correspondence1923-1980

Letters to Claire, Viola, and E.J. Pratt from various Pratt and Whitney family members; some undated; includes 5 photographs: b&w.

2925 Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt1953-1954

Letters from Claire Pratt to her parents, Viola and E.J.

2926 Viola Pratt to Claire Pratt1939

Letters to Claire Pratt from her mother, Viola, from out west [Western Canada]; many undated.

2927 Claire Pratt to Viola and E.J. Pratt1954

Postcards and letters from Claire Pratt to her parents, Viola and E.J.

2928 Correspondence to Viola Pratt1960-1979

Letters to Viola Pratt from Kathleen (Mrs. H.A. Daykin) and Grace (Miss Grace Prescott); some undated.

2931 Greeting cards from Claire to Viola Pratt 1926-[198-?]

Birthday and Mother's Day cards from Claire [to Viola Pratt]; majority undated.

2932 Pratt family greeting cards1882-1910, 1924-1984

Birthday and Mother's Day cards given between Claire and Viola Pratt; some from Ned (E.J. Pratt) to Viola; many undated; includes postcards from Viola's father, William H. Whitney, to her mother, Gertrude Hager (Mrs. W.H. Whitney, M.L.G. Whitney), and a postcard from Emily Hager to Miss Viola Whitney.

Some cards are fragile, handle with care.

Box 30
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Genealogy and Pratt family history
301 Pratt family materials1881-1977

Newspaper clippings; documents and correspondence to Claire Pratt regarding family tree, 1939–77, some undated; family postcards and letters between Claire Pratt and her parents, and a letter to Miss M.L.G. Hager (Viola Pratt's mother); includes 2 photographs: b&w.

Box 31
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Materials relating to E.J. and Viola Pratt
312 Materials relating to E.J. Pratt's death and funeral1964, 1982

Materials related to E.J. Pratt's funeral including: memorial record book; "Canada's Leading Poet: Edwin J. Pratt, An Address Delivered by Rev. John H. Morgan"; Service of Commemoration (2 copies); eulogy by A.B.B. Moore (2 copies); newspaper clippings; also includes: invitation to E.J. Pratt's 100th Birthday Celebration and letter from Dr. Robert [Bob] Brandeis to Mrs. Pratt.

313 Materials relating to E.J. Pratt 1943-1959

Correspondence from E.J. Pratt, 1945–1947, some undated; poetry possibly by E.J. Pratt; "A Birthday Tribute to Ned" [by Margaret V. Ray], [1957?]; “List of Manuscripts in My Possession”; Massey Hall, Golden Anniversary Season 1943-1944 programme; newspaper clipping and programme re. “Meet the Authors Dinner”, 1959.

314 Class of 1T3, Minutebook, Victoria College1909-1913
315 Memorandum of AgreementMarch 16, 1982, March 24, 1982

Copyright agreement between Robert Gibbs, Sandra Djwa, and Susan Gingell (Editors), Viola and Claire Pratt ('Pratt Estate') and University of Toronto Press (Publisher) regarding The Collected Works of E.J. Pratt; 6 copies.

316 Memorandum of AgreementNovember 11, 1958

Copyright agreement between Dr. E.J. Pratt and Macmillan.

317 Letters of Condolence1964, 1981

A selection of letters of condolence to Viola and Claire Pratt regarding E.J. Pratt's death; includes programme for The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George Annual Service in St. Paul's Cathedral, June 12, 1964; programme for morning worship at St. Andrew's United Church, April 26, 1981; list of individuals who sent Letters of Sympathy.

318 “What Time and Tide Will Tell” by Bob Pritchard1976

Music score for Bob Pritchard's, “What Time and Tide Will Tell,” which includes the poem "Erosion" by E.J. Pratt.

3110 Sea Songs by E.J. Pratt set to music by Euphrosyne Keefer1987

Poems "The Fog," "Erosion," and "The Flood-Tide" from Sea Songs set to music; includes music score and poems.

3111 Rachel, A Sea Story of Newfoundland by E.J. Pratt[1917]
3112 E.J. Pratt, M.A. thesis1912, 1987

Photocopy of Pratt's M.A. thesis completed at University of Toronto, "The Demonology of the New Testament in its Relation to Earlier Developments, and to the Mind of Christ"; includes copy of Canadian Literature 1987, from University of Toronto Press.

E.J. Pratt, M.A. Thesis, Honours [photocopy], 1 April, 1912, University of Toronto, “The Demonology of the New Testament in its Relation to Earlier Developments and to the Mind of Christ.”

3113 Poetry by E.J. Pratt set to music[198-?]

Poems: "The Seashell," "The Osprey," "The Sea-Cathedral," and "Sea-Gulls" set to music; includes photocopies of poems and sheet music.

Photographs
3114 Family photographs[before 1894]-[198-?]

Photographs of E.J., Viola, and Claire Pratt; includes some unidentified individuals; 7 photographs: b&w; 3 photographs: col.; 7 photographs: sepia.

Duplicate of P2 in Box 38, File 8.

(Photos P1-2)
3115 Family photo album[19--]

1 album (112 photographs: b&w)

Family correspondence
311 E.J. Pratt to Claire Pratt1944-1987

Letters and notes to Claire Pratt from her father, E.J., 1944-1954, some undated; includes photocopied letters from E.J. Pratt to Father Murphy, 1941-1963; poems [by E.J. Pratt?]; notes to Claire re. E.J. Pratt's poetry, 1983, 1987.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Literary materials and poetry notebooks
319 Haiku by Claire Pratt set to music by Euphrosyne Keefer1971-1981

Sheet music; Letter to Claire from Euphrosyne Keefer; list of haiku by Claire; 1 audio cassette of Haiku to music.

Box 32
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Viola Whitney Pratt, diaries, journals, and autograph books
321 1941 Year Book 1941

Viola Pratt's journal for 1941.

322 1946 Year Book1946

Viola Pratt's journals for 1946; two (2) journals.

323 Diary 19481948

Viola Pratt's journals for 1948; two (2) journals; one possibly belongs to Claire Pratt.

324 Daily Diary - 19541954

Viola Pratt's journal for 1954.

Fragile, handle with care.

325 Journal, 1959, 60, 611959-1961

Viola Pratt's journal for 1959-1961.

326 Diary, 1962-19651962-1966, 1964

Viola Pratt's two (2) journals for 1962-1966, one originally housed in plastic case; includes Viola's journal for her 1964 trip to England.

327 1963 Year Book 1963

Viola Pratt's journal for 1963; originally housed in plastic notebook case.

328 Diary, 1967 and 1968 trip to England1967, 1968

Viola Pratt's journal for 1967; and Viola's travel journal, "3rd trip to England, 1968".

 

329 Journal, 19691969

Viola Pratt's journals for 1969; three(3) journals.

Fragile, handle with care.

3210 Diaries and travel notes1970, [197-]

Five (5) travel journals and diaries: Travel diary for trip to Barbados, February 15, 1970-March 7, 1970; One (1) undated travel diary; Three (3) undated journals.

Box 33
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
331 “Italian Diary”1972

Viola Pratt's travel diary of her trip to Italy from May 1st to 21st, 1972.

332 Diary 19751975

Viola Pratt's two (2) journals for 1975.

333 Calendar 19761976

Viola Pratt's calendar journal for 1976.

334 1977 Daily Engagement Book1977

Viola Pratt's journal for 1977.

335 1979 calendar journals1979

Viola Pratt's two (2) calendar journals for 1979.

336 Journal 19801980

Viola Pratt's journal for 1980.

337 Journal 19811981

Viola Pratt's journal for 1981.

338 The Smithsonian Engagement Calendar for 19821982

Viola Pratt's calendar journal for 1982.

339 Week in Boston, Trip to Newfoundland[197-?]

Viola Pratt's travel journal for her trip to Boston and Newfoundland; undated.

3310 Switzerland travel diary[197-?]

Viola Pratt's travel diary for her trip to Switzerland; undated.

Box 34
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Materials relating to E.J. and Viola Pratt
347 In Memory Of: Viola Leone Pratt1984

Guest book at funeral service for Viola Pratt.

Viola Whitney Pratt, diaries, journals, and autograph books
341 Autograph album of Viola L. Whitney 1898-1906

Very fragile, handle with care.

342 The Ideal Album1884-1900

Autograph book of Gerty [Gertrude] Hagar, Viola Pratt's mother; contains loose newspaper clipping and tickets.

Fragile, handle with care.

343 Autograph album of Mrs. W.H. Whitney1887-1888

Autograph album of Viola Pratt's mother, Mrs. W.H. Whitney [Gertrude Hager]; contains loose newspaper clippings and some pages are loose.

Fragile, handle with care.

344 Scrapbook given to Viola Pratt from Claire

Missing (Feb. 22, 2017).

345 Daily engagement book

Missing (Feb. 22, 2017).

346 Guest books1956-1972, [1972]-1991

Two (2) guestbooks.

348Household and Personal expenses1968-1984, 1977-1981

List of Viola's household and personal expenses; includes list of books read between 1977–1981; originally housed in black binder.

349Notebooks[before 1984]

Two (2) notebooks kept by Viola Pratt; both undated.

3410Notebook of poetry[before 1984]

Notebook of poetry by various poets copied by Viola Whitney Pratt.

3411An Interchange of Light: To my Mother on Her BirthdayFebruary 23, 1981

Scrapbook of newspaper clippings compiled by Claire Pratt and given to Viola Pratt; some clippings loose.

Box 35
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Materials relating to E.J. and Viola Pratt
351 Interviews with Viola Pratt1980-1981

Transcript of interviews with Viola Pratt by Lila Laakso and Howard Engel including: "Victoria College Days, 1919-1913," recorded April 4, 1980; "Early Life and School Days," taped 17th July, 1980; "Early Teaching Experiences and first meeting with Dr. Pratt," taped 9 September 1980; "Dr. E.J. Pratt's and Dr. Pelham Edgar’s trip to Chicago, etc.," taped May 16, 1981; partial transcript of untitled and undated interview.

See Viola Leone Whitney Pratt fonds, Box 2 for audio cassettes of the interviews.

352 Interviews with Viola Pratt1983-1984

Transcript of interviews with Viola Pratt by Claire Pratt; three (3) copies.

Copy 3 originally in the Viola Leone Whitney Pratt fonds, Box 2, file 15.

353 Vi's Memories of ChildhoodAugust 20, 1983

1 audio cassette; interview with Viola Pratt by Claire Pratt.

354 100th anniversary of the admission of women to Victoria, conversation at Wymilwood between Viola and Claire PrattMarch 23, 1984

1 audio cassette; interview with Viola Pratt by Claire Pratt.

355 Mother's reminiscences August 22, 1983, May 25, 1984

1 audio cassette; interviews with Viola Pratt by Maggie O’Connell, recorded on two separate dates.

Box 36
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
369 Material re. The Silent Ancestors[1970-1970], 1983

PR material for The Silent Ancestors: the forebears of E. J. Pratt (Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1971) including: order form, pamphlet of publications, and biographical information on Claire Pratt; includes notes on corrections and additions to the book; includes promotional pamphlet on E.J. Pratt commemorative stamp designed by Claire Pratt.

Correspondence and greeting cards
361 Correspondence re. Silent Ancestors1965-1968

Correspondence between to and from Claire Pratt regarding her book The Silent Ancestors: the forebears of E. J. Pratt (Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1971); predominantly letters from Ada S. Ball.

Life and personal records
3611Miss Claire Pratt funeral serviceApril 12, 1995

Copy of Claire Pratt's funeral service; 1 audio cassette.

Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Photographs
3612Photographs of E.J. Pratt's 100th birthday celebrationsSeptember 28, 1982

2 photographs: col.

(Photos P1-2)
Genealogy and Pratt family history
362 Genealogical records1969-1970

Genealogical records collected by Claire Pratt including: correspondence; copies of death certificates, citizenship certificates, and records of burials; list of gravestones; 6 photographs: b&w of family members and gravestones; and photocopies of images.

363 Genealogical records1968

Genealogical records collected by Claire Pratt including: list of index cards with titles of books; correspondence.

364 Genealogical records re. Christopher Pratt1925-1970

Genealogical records regarding Christopher Pratt of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, collected by Claire Pratt including: correspondence; family timelines; biographies of individuals; family charts; family trees; Pratt Family Circles chart; Pratt of Bradford, published by Christopher Pratt & Sons Ltd (2 copies).

365 Genealogical records1967-1971

Genealogical records collected by Claire Pratt including: correspondence; biographies of individuals. 

366 Genealogical correspondence1966-1971

Correspondence to Claire Pratt from descendants including: Rev. Edgar Calvert, Mrs. GB [Joyce] Hall, Jane E. Rundle, and Herbert Pratt, regarding Sarah Ann.

367 Genealogical records1964-1972

Genealogical records collected by Claire Pratt regarding Dorothy Driver descendants including correspondence and photocopied obituaries. 

368 Genealogical records on Ewart or Daphne1876-1972

Genealogical records collected by Claire Pratt including correspondence and general materials.

3610 The Pratts of Swaledale[196-?]

Annotated typed draft of The Pratts of Swaledale, possibly the original title of Claire Pratt's The Silent Ancestors: the forebears of E. J. Pratt; includes geneaology charts and biographical information on Pratt family members; originally housed in black binder.

Box 37
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
374Watson Kirkconnell to Miss PomeroyNovember 24, 1944

Letter from Watson Kirkconnell to Miss Pomeroy.

Originally filed with two prints by Malte Sterne in Box 37.

378E.J. Pratt Commemorative stamp launch souvenir for Claire Pratt1983

Contains loose sheets of stamps; invitations to the Commemorative stamp launch ceremony; correspondence from attendees of the ceremony; pamphlet about the stamp; and two business cards of two Government of Canada employees.

Originally housed in a vinyl and plastic folder with a red suede exterior with the coat of arms of Canada stamped in it.

379E.J. Pratt stamp related material1984

Includes 1 photograph: col. of the E.J. Pratt stamp; an envelope with the E.J. Pratt stamp; a framed stamp; and material related to a history of the post office and postal service in Toronto titled "Postmark: Toronto".

Correspondence and greeting cards
3710Correspondence re. E.J. Pratt Commemorative stamp1982-1983

Correspondence between Claire Pratt, Canada Post, and other philatelists regarding development of E.J. Pratt Commemorative stamp.

Stamp albums and related materials
371Binder of international stamps1954-1977

Stamps depict various art periods and artists; front cover is loose and held together with twill tape; some stamps loose.

 1 album (1357 postage stamps, 6 postcards).

372Binder of stamps depicting seashells1970-1981

1 album (163 postage stamps).

373Binder of international stamps1860-1979

Stamps organized by country; contains loose stamps.

1 album (1502 postage stamps, 1 post card).

3713Binder of miscellaneous stamps[19--]

Binder of stamps with papers relating to stamps; 1 album (ca. 1000 postage stamps).

Archivist attributed stamp album to Claire Pratt but it could belong to Viola Pratt.

Fragile. Contains loose stamps and fragile papers.

3714Binder of seashell stamps and poetry1966-1984

Stamps arranged around poetry about seashells; includes the 1984 Collectors Pack of British Mint Stamps; 2 Albums (193 postage stamps).

Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Photographs
375Small framed photo of E.J. Pratt[195-]

1 photograph: b&w.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by other artists
3711Unknown Malte Sterner print of a lake scene[between 1920 and 1949]

Originally filed with another Malte Sterner print and a letter from Watson Kirkconnell to Miss Pomeroy in Box 37.

3712Unknown Malte Sterner print of a lake scene [between 1920 and 1949]

Originally filed with another Malte Sterner print and a letter from Watson Kirkconnell to Miss Pomeroy in Box 37.

Records relating to Claire Pratt’s artwork
376-7Art sale records 1953-1979

File 6 contains records A-L and File 7 contains records M-Z.

Box 38
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Collected materials
384 Memorabilia1973-1991

Material collected by Claire Pratt including: Claire's membership cards for Centro Studi e Scambi Internazionali, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1979; pamphlets for art exhibitions; greeting card from Elizabeth; and Vic Report, Vol. 19, No. 3, 1991.

3829Photograph of seagulls with poetry[195-?]

Photograph of seagulls in frame with handwritten quote from "Gulls and the Sea" signed E.J. Pratt; 1 photograph: col.

Correspondence and greeting cards
383 Correspondence re. medical conditionAugust 23, 1954

Letter sent from one doctor to another regarding Miss Claire Pratt's medical condition.

385 Various correspondence1982-1992

Letters to Claire Pratt from individuals including: Cara McEachern, Registration at the ROM; Will Pratt; and W.D. Walker.

Life and personal records
382 University transcripts1944

Transcripts of Claire Pratt's marks from University of Toronto and Columbia University; Certificate of Award for A Regents' Scholarship.

387 Mailing list[before 1995]

Claire's revised mailing list, set two; undated.

Photographs
388 Photographs of Claire Pratt[193-?]-1971

5 photographs: b&w; 1 photograph: sepia; duplicate of P2 in Box 31, File 14.

(Photos P1-6)
389 Claire Pratt with others[192-]-[198-]

2 photographs: b&w; 1 photograph: col.

(Photos P1-3)
3810 Claire Pratt as a young girl[192–]

4 photographs: b&w.

(Photos P1-4)
3811 Claire Pratt - University Years[1940?]–1965

Photo album of Claire Pratt's University classmates and friends; 1 album (84 photographs: b&w; 8 photographs: col.).

Very fragile, photos falling out and breaking paper. Handle with care.

3813 Claire Pratt with others1985

20 photographs: col.

(Photos P1-20)
3814 Claire Pratt birthday celebrationsApril 3, 1991

Photo album of birthday celebrations for Claire Pratt; 1 album (14 photographs: col.); contains some loose photographs.

Autograph books, address books, record books, and notebooks
386 Calendar of daily activities[before 1995]

Loose leaves from a calendar; undated.

Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Materials relating to E.J. and Viola Pratt
3815 Correspondence to Viola Pratt1982
3816 Viola Pratt death certificate1984
Photographs
3818 Photographs of Viola Pratt[193-?]-1968

1 photograph: b&w.

(Photos P1-3)
3819 Photographs of Viola Pratt and others[191-]-1981

6 photographs: b&w; 2 photographs: col.

(Photos P1-8)
3820 Photographs of Viola and Claire Pratt[192-]-1984, March 2, 2016

1 photograph: sepia; 2 photographs: b&w; 2 photographs: col.; includes letter that accompanies two colour photographs.

(Photos P1-3)
3821 Photographs of Pratt family1925-1953

3 photographs: b&w; 1 photograph: sepia; 1 album (4 photographs: b&w); photo album titled "Ned & I go to Nfld"

(Photos P1-3)
3822 Photographs of E.J. Pratt[195-]

5 photographs: b&w

(Photos P1-5)
3823 Photographs of E.J. Pratt and others

4 photographs: b&w.

(Photos P1-4)
3824 Photograph of Pratt's first home1918

1 photograph: b&w.

(Photos P1)
3825 Photograph of opening of E.J. Pratt Room, Victoria College LibraryOctober 15, 1964

1 photograph: b&w.

(Photos P1)
3826 Photo album re. Trinidad trip[197-], 1973

Photograph album of Claire and Viola Pratt's trip to Trinidad; includes clippings from Vic Report, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1973; 1 album (17 photographs: b&w; 39 photographs: col., 2 photographs: 4 x 6 cm col. negatives); originally held in green plastic photo album.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by other artists
3830Painting by Edward GlannonFebruary 4, 1951

Inscription on recto of small oil painting: To the author of The Roosevelt and the Antinoe, Newfoundland Verse, and The Titanic, from Henry W. Wells this small painting by Edward Glannon, Feb. 4, 1951; includes papers related to artist, Edward Glannon.

38 Portrait of my Father1962

Note: On Art Wall

Artwork by Claire Pratt
3827Sketchbook[before 1995]

One (1) sketchbook containing sketches in pencil, ink, marker, and other materials by Claire Pratt; undated

Literary materials and poetry notebooks
381 Haiku poetry sequences[before 1995]
Photographs
3812 My pictures1969

Photo album of Claire Pratt's paintings; 1 album (1 photograph: b&w; 5 photographs: col.).

Box 39
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by Claire Pratt
391Drift (woodcut)1965-1966

41/75 , 23/75 , and 5/75 matted together ; 2/75 ; 4/75 ; 6/75 ; 7/75 ; 8/75 ; 9/75 ; 10/75 ; 11/75 ; 12/75 ; 13/75 ; 14/75 ; 15/75 ; 17/75 ; 18/75 ; 19/75 ; 27/75 ; 29/75 ; 30/75 ; 33 / 75 ; 35/75 ; 36/75 ; 37/75 ; 38/75 ; 39/75 ; 46 /75 ; 47/75 ; 48/75 ; 49/75 ; 50/75 ; 51/75 ; 52/75 ; 53/75 ; 54/75 ; 55/75 ; 56/75 ; 57/75 ; 58/75 ; 62/75 ; 63/75 ; 64/75 ; 65/75 ; 66/75 ; 69/75 ; 70/75 ; 71/75 ; 72/75 ; 73/75 ; 74/75 ; 75/75; twenty-two (22) copies unnumbered and untitled; Draft: one (1) copy. All copies in various colours.

392Was it spring? (woodcut)1961-1963

2/20 // 5/12 ; 6/12 ; 7/12 ; 9/12 ; 10/12 ; 11/12 ; 12/12 // -10-; four (4) copies unnumbered; seven (7) copies black and white unnumbered and untitled; ten (10) copies brown and black unnumbered and untitled; twenty-five (25) copies shades of green unnumbered and untitled; thirty-seven (37) copies shades of gold unnumbered and untitled. Some copies with and without question mark.

393Autumn harvest (linocut)1969

2/20 ; 4/20 ; 6/20 ; 7/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 10/20; 17/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/10 ; 20/20; five (5) copies black and white unnumbered and untitled; fifteen (15) copies browns and reds unnumbered and untitled; seven (7) copies browns and greens unnumbered and untitled.

394Summer stars (linocut)1961-1969

10/12 + 14/20 + 1/12 matted together; 2/20 ; 5/20 ; 6/20 ; 7/20 ; 9/20 ; 10/20 ; 11/20 ; 13/20 ; 15/20 ; 16/20 ; 18/20; reds and browns: 1/12 ; 3/ 12 ; 4/12 ; 5/12 ; 6/12 ; 7/12 ; 8/12 ; 9/12 ; 10/12 ; 11/12 ; 12/12; seven (7) copies black and white unnumbered and untitled and one (1) copy titled; six (6) copies blues unnumbered and untitled; eight (8) copies reds and brown unnumbered and untitled and one (1) copy titled; thirty-five (35) copies greens unnumbered and untitled; five (5) copies on yellow tissue paper unnumbered and untitled and one (1) copy titled; five (5) copies on gold and silver patterned paper unnumbered and untitled; two (2) copies on blue tissue paper unnumbered and untitled. Greens: 3/12 ; 4/12 ; 5/12 ; 6/12 ; 7/12 ; 8/12 ; 9/12 ; 11/12.

395Crocuses (linocut)1964

Black and white: 1/15 ; 3/15 ; 4/15 ; 5/15 ; 6/15 ; 10/15 ; 15/15; fifteen (15) copies black and white unnumbered and untitled; four (4) copies black and white unnumbered. Yellow and green: 3/15 ; 9/15 ; 12/15 ; 13/15 ; 14/15; one (1) copy yellow and green unnumbered. Brown and green: 3/15 ; 7/15 ; 8/15 ; 14/15; three (3) copies brown and green unnumbered; one (1) copy brown and green unnumbered and untitled. Green tissue paper: 1/8 ; 5/8 ; 7/8 ; 8/8. One (1) copy yellow tissue paper unnumbered and untitled.

396Juniper (linocut)1964

Black and green: 1/16 ; 11/16 ; 3/16. Black and white: 1/10 ; 2/10 ; 4/10 ; 5/10 ; 7/10. White and black: 2/16 ; 3/16; 8/16 ; 9/16 ; 10/16 ; 11/16 ; 12/16 ; 13/16 ; 14/16 ; 15/16 ; 16/16. Black and white: 1/14 ; 2/14 ; 4/14 ; 5/14 ; 6/14 ; 7/14 ; 8/14 ; 9/14 ; 12/14 ; 13/14; one (1) copy black and white unnumbered. Green and yellow: 3/16; 4/16 ; 5/16 ; 12/16 ; 13/16 ; 16/16; thirteen (13) copies greens and yellows unnumbered and untitled; one (1) copy green tissue unnumbered and untitled; one (1) copy yellow tissue unnumbered and untitled; ten (10) copies black and white unnumbered and untitled. 

Box 40
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
401Winter glory (woodcut)1961

4/20 ; 5/20 ; 6/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 10/ 20 (matted) ; 16/20 ; 17/20 ; 4/12; five (5) copies black and white unnumbered and untitled; sixteen (16) copies gold and brown unnumbered and untitled; ninety-four (94) copies in green variants unnumbered and untitled.

402Aftermath (reproduction)1969

8/18.

403Lilies receding (woodcut)1967

1/20 ; 4/20 ; 6/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 11/20; 12/20 ; 14/20 ; 15/20 ; 16/20 ; 17/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/20 ; 20/20; Artist’s proof: five (5) copies.

404[no title] (woodcut)[between 1950 and 1970]

One (1) copy unnumbered and undated woodcut of a house.

405Pearl (Edition 2-10), Pearl (Edition 15), Shell (Edition 2-10) (etching)1953-1954

Pearl (Edition 2-10): one (1) copy aquatint, one (1) copy black and white, and one (1) copy blue; Pearl (Edition 15): four (4) copies, fifteen (15) copies unnumbered and untitled; Shell (Edition 2-10): one (1) copy.

406Night flight (woodcut)1967

2/12 ; 3/12 ; 4/12 ; 5/12 ; 8/12 ; 9/12 ; 10/12 ; 11/12 ; 12/12.

407Peace, Peace (Edition 10) (woodcut)1953-1954

Peace: two (2) copies unnumbered, one (1) copy matted, one (1) copy unnumbered and untitled.; Peace (Edition 10): one (1) copy.

408Night (Edition 20) (linocut)1953

Three (3) copies; five (5) copies unnumbered and untitled; untitled prints may be titled "Night"

409The Sere and Yellow Leaf (linocut)1961

Two (2) copies unnumbered; five (5) copies unnumbered and untitled ; seven (7) copies on tissue paper: 2, 3 (with notations), 5, 6.

4010Leshanah Tovah (woodcut)1961

One (1) copy unnumbered; six (6) copies unnumbered and untitled in various colours; two (2) copies with Hebrew lettering.

4011Calm Waters (woodcut)1959

One (1) copy unnumbered; seven (7) copies unnumbered and untitled.

4012Lilies Emerging (woodcut)1967

1/18; 2/18; 3/18; 9/18; 10/18 ; 11/18 ; 12/18; 13/18; 14/18; 15/18; 16/18; 17/18; 18/18; Artist’s proof: five (5) copies.

4013Dandelions, Dandelions no. 5 (woodcut)1959

Dandelions no. 5: one (1) copy; Dandelions: ten (10) copies unnumbered.

4014 Conch frieze, Conch frieze II (linocut)1969

Conch frieze II: 1/6 ; 3/6 ; 4/6 ; 5/6 ; 6/6. Conch frieze: 2/50 ; 6/50 ; 7/50 ; 9/50 ; 11/50 ; 15/50 ; 17/50 ; 18/50 ; 19/50 ; 20/50 ; 22/50 ; 25/50 ; 26/50 ; 27/50 ; 28/ 50 ; 29/50 ; 30/50 ; 31/50 ; 32/50 ; 40/50 ; 42/50 ; 43/50 ; 45/50 ; 48/50. artist's print/proof: four (4) copies. twelve (12) copies unnumbered and untitled in various colours and states.

4015Arethusa (Edition15) (lithograph)1954

Four (4) copies.

4016Interlude (woodcut)1967

5/20 ; 6/20 ; 7/20 ; 9/20 ; 12/20; 13/20; 16/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/20 (matted); Artist’s proof: eight (8) copies.

4017Eldillion (linocut)1969

2/14 ; 3/14 ; 4/14 ; 5/14 ; 6/14 ; 7/14 ; 8/14 ; 9/14 ; 10/14 ; 11/14 ; 12/14; 13/14; 14/14; Artist’s proof: four (4) copies; fifteen (15) copies unnumbered and untitled. (Blacks, browns and greens).

4018Eldillion (linocut)1969

2/25 ; 3/25 ; 7/25 ; 8/25 ; 9/25 ; 10/25 ; 11/25 ; 12/25 ; 13/25 ; 14/25 ; 17/25 ; 18/25 ; 19/25 ; 20/25 ; 21/25 ; 22/25 ; 23/25 ; 24/25 ; 25/25; Artist’s proof: one (1) copy; one (1) copy unnumbered and untitled. (Reds, oranges and yellows).

Box 41
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
41 /OS1Gulls and the Sea (Edition 20) (woodcut)1954

One (1) copy; one (1) negative.

41 /OS2On the Twelfth Day of Christmas (lithograph)[196-?]

Two (2) copies of poster; undated.

41 /OS3Tiger Cowry (woodcut)1975

1/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 11/20 ; 12/20 ; 13/20; 14/20 ; 15/20 ; 17/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/20 ; 20/20.

41 /OS4Ebb Tide, Stonehurst, N.S. (woodcut)1963

9/20 ; 10/20 ; 11/20 ; 15/20 ; 17/20 ; 18/20; Artist’s proof: two (2) copies; two (2) copies unnumbered and untitled.

41 /OS5Seashells (woodcut)1969

1/30 ; 3/30 ; 6/30 ; 7/30 ; 9/30 ; 11/30 ; 12/30 ; 13/30 ; 14/30 ; 15/30 ; 16/30 ; 17/30 ; 18/30 ; 19/30 ; 20/30 ; 21/30 ; 22/30 ; 23/30 ; 24/30 ; 25/30 ; 26/30 ; 27/30 ; 28/30 ; 29/30 ; 30/30; Artist’s print: two (2) copies; Artist’s proof: three (3) copies.

41 /OS6Thin Clear Bubble (woodcut)1962

19/20

41 /OS7Willow in a Spring Rain (woodcut)1964

Artist’s proof: two (2) copies; one (1) copy of original sketch.

41 /OS8Eleven Shells (woodcut)1969

2/25 ; 3/25 ; 4/25 ; 5/25 ; 6/25 ; 7/25 ; 9/25 ; 10/25 ; 12/25 ; 13/25 ; 14/25 ; 15/25 ; 16/25 ; 17/25 ; 18/25 ; 19/25 ; 20/25 ; 21/25 ; 22/25 ; 23/25 ; 24/25 ; 25/25; Artist's print: five (5) copies; nine (9) copies unnumbered and untitled in various stages.

41 /OS9Peony Shoots (woodcut)1964

3/12 ; 5/12 ; 6/12 ; 7/12 ; 8/12 ; 9/12; 12/12; seventeen (17) copies unnumbered and untitled in various colours.

41 /OS10Occultation of Venus, 1951 (woodcut)1961

5/15; 9/15; 10/15 ; 11/15 ; 13/15 ; 15/15; two (2) copies unnumbered.

41 /OS11Island in the sun (third version), Island in the sun (woodcut) 1966

Island in the sun (third version): 2/4 ; 4/4; Island in the sun: 5/15; Artist’s proof: three (3) copies; four (4) copies unnumbered and untitled in various stages.

41 /OS12The Clearius, no. 6 (woodcut)1963

One (1) copy on green paper.

41 /OS13Portrait of My Father (woodcut)1962

2/20 ; 8/20; Artist’s proof: one (1) copy.

41 /OS14Fishing Boats at Evening (woodcut)1961

14/18 ; 17/18.

41 /OS15Expulsion from Eden (woodcut)1968

1/19 ; 2/19 ; 3/19 ; 5/19 ; 6/19 ; 7/19 ; 8/19 ; 10/19 ; 12/19 ; 13/19 ; 14/19 ; 15/19 ; 16/19 ; 17/19 ; 18/19 ; 19/19; four (4) copies unnumbered and untitled.

41 /OS16Houses on Dundas Street (woodcut)1964

5/12 ; 6/12 ; 7/12 ; 8/12; Artist’s proof: two (2) copies.

41 /OS17Baroque (woodcut)1967

1/18 ; 5/18 ; 17/18 ; 18/18; Artist’s proof: 5 copies; one (1) copy unnumbered and untitled.

41 /OS18Cone and Topshells (woodcut)1974

2/12 ; 6/12 ; 8/12 ; 9/12 ; 10/12 ; 11/12 ; 12/12.

41 /OS19Topshells and Cone (woodcut)1974

1/12 ; 2/12 ; 3/12 ; 5/12 ; 6/12 ; 8/12 ; 9/12 ; 10/12; Artist’s proof: one (1) copy.

41 /OS20Geese in The Moonlight (lithograph)1961

No. 11

Box 42
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
42 /OS1Snow Crystals (linocut)1962

1/18 ; 3/18; one (1) original sketch.

42 /OS2Winter Fantasy (woodcut)1962

1/20 ; 2/18 ; 6/18 ; 7/18 ; 8/18 ; 9/18 ; 11/18 ; 15/18 ; 16/18 ; 17/18; four (4) copies unnumbered and untitled.

42 /OS3Treasures of the Whirlwind (woodcut)1962

1/20 ; 3/20 ; 4/20 ; 7/20 ; 11/20 ; 14/20 ; 16/20 ; 17/20 ; 18/20 ; 20/20; one (1) original sketch.

42 /OS4Flowers in the Summer Wind (woodcut)1961

13/20; Artist’s proof: one (1) copy; one (1) original sketch.

42 /OS5Moon Sprite (linocut)1963

Different variations of Moon Sprite: Moon sprite (1): Black and white: 2/12; 9/12; Artist’s proof: one (1) copy. Moon sprite (2): Black and white: 7/12 ; 8/12 ; 10/12 ; 11/12; 12/12; Artist’s proof: three (3) copies. Moon sprite (3): Green and brown: 9/12; Artist’s proof: one (1) copy. Moon sprite (4): Blues and greens: 2/12 ; 3/12 ; 7/12 ; 8/12 ; 10/12 ; 11/12 ; 12/12; Artist’s proof: two (2) copies.

42 /OS6The Way to Maracas (woodcut)1975

4/20 ; 10/20 ; 11/20; 12/20 ; 13/20 ; 14/20 ; 15/20 ; 16/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/20 ; 20/20; 6 copies unnumbered and untitled.

42 /OS7Jewels of the Night (woodcut)1962

Different variations of Jewels of the Night: Jewels of the Night (no. 1): Black and white: 1/20 ; 2/20 ; 4/20; one (1) copy unnumbered; sixteen (16) copies unnumbered and untitled. Jewels of the Night (no. 2): Black, white and green: 1/20 ; 4/20 ; 6/20 ; 10/20 ; 16/20 ; 18/20; one (1) copy unnumbered. Jewels of the Night: black, white and blue: nine (9) copies unnumbered and untitled; one (1) original sketch.

42 /OS8Sun on Waterlilies (linocut)1963

5/25 ; 10/25 ; 12/25 ; 13/25 ; 14/25 ; 16/25 ; 17/25 ; 18/25 ; 21/25 ; 23/ 25 ; 24/25 ; 25/25; Artist’s proof: three (3) copies; one (1) original sketch.

42 /OS9Some Fly (linocut)1969

4/20 ; 5/20 ; 7/20 ; 8/20 ; 11/20 ; 12/20 ; 13/20 ; 14/20 ; 16/20 ; 20/20 (matted); Artist’s print: two (2) copies.

42 /OS10Landscape with Sheep (woodcut)1962

1/24 ; 14/24 ; 18/24 ; 21/24 ; 23/34 ; 24/24.

42 /OS11Tree of Life (woodcut)1963

6/20 ; 9/20 ; 11/20 ; 20/20; one (1) copy unnumbered and untitled; one (1) original sketch.

42 /OS12The Encounter (woodcut)1965

2/20 ; 13/20; Artist’s proof: one (1) copy.

42 /OS13Winter Moon (woodcut)1961

One (1) copy: -15-.

42 /OS14The Ring (woodcut)1975

2/20 ; 3/20 ; 7/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 10/20 ; 11/20 ; 12/ 20 ; 13/20 ; 14/20 ; 15/20 ; 16/20 ; 17/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/20 ; 20/20; four (4) copies unnumbered and untitled.

42 /OS15Jade Tree (woodcut)1975

2; 4; 5; 7; 9; 10; 11; 12; 14; 15; three (3) copies unnumbered and untitled.

Box 43
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
43 /OS1Miscellaneous sketches and artwork[before 1995]

Ink drawings and sketches by Claire Pratt; some loose from original matte frames.

43 /OS2Miscellaneous sketches and artwork[before 1995]

Crayon, ink, charcoal, and pencil drawings and sketches.

Fragile, handle with care; some paper fragile and crayon and charcoal rub off.

43 /OS3Near Bowmanville[194-]

Oil painting by Claire Pratt.

Box 44
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
44 /OS1Garden of Night (woodcut)1966

1/6 ; 2/6 ; 3/6 ; 4/6 ; 5/6; Artist’s proof: six (6) copies.

44 /OS2Sea Cat (woodcut)1963

1/12 ; 2/12 ; 3/12 ; 4/12 ; 6/12 ; 8/12 ; 9/12 ; 11/12 ; 12/12; one (1) copy unnumbered and untitled; Artist’s proof: three (3) copies; one (1) original sketch.

44 /OS3Red Garden (woodcut)1966

2/8 ; 4/8 ; 5/8 ; 7/8.

44 /OS4Swaledale (woodcut)1971

Seven (7) copies, six (6) copies untitled; one (1) original sketch.

44 /OS5Pine Tree (woodcut)1964

11; 12.

44 /OS6Moon, Star and Forsythia (woodcut)1969

1/20 ; 3/20 ; 4/20 ; 5/20 ; 6/20 ; 7/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 10/20 ; 11/20 ; 12/20; Artist’s proof: three (3) copies.

44 /OS7Dante and Beatrice (woodcut)1967

3/20 ; 5/20 ; 6/20 ; 7/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 10/20 ; 11/20 ; 12/20 ; 13/20 ; 14/20 ; 15/20 ; 16/20 ; 17/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/20 ; 20/20; Artist’s proof: two (2) copies.

44 /OS8The Face of Glory (woodcut)1963

1/20 ; 5/20 ; 6/20 ; 7/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 11/20 ; 13/20 ; 14/63 [should be /20] ; 15/20 ; 16/20 ; 17/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/20 ; 20/20; four (4) copies unnumbered and untitled; one (1) original sketch.

44 /OS9Snow (woodcut)1968

2/14 ; 3/14 ; 4/14 ; 5/14 ; 7/14 ; 8/14 ; 9/14 ; 10/14 ; 11/14 ; 12/14 ; 13/14 ; 14/14.

44 /OS10Tom, The Cat from Zanzibar (lithograph)1960

10/12 ; 11/12; one (1) copy unnumbered and untitled; Artist’s proof: one (1) copy.

Copy 10/12 fragile, handle with care.

44 /OS11Water Witches (woodcut)1963

1/10 [encapsulated] ; 4/10 ; 5/10 ; 7/10 ; 8/10 ; 9/10; Artist’s proof: three (3) copies.

44 /OS12Deep Calleth Unto Deep (woodcut)1962

No. 1 ; No. 9 ; No. 10 ; No. 12 ; No. 13 ; No. 14 ; No. 15; thirteen (13) copies unnumbered and untitled.

44 /OS13The Osprey (woodcut)1967

Brown and gold: 4/10; Black and white: 4/13 ; 5/13 ; 9/13 ; 10/13 ; 11/13 ; 12/13; 13/13; five (5) copies unnumbered; Artist’s proof: five (5) copies in various colours; one (1) original sketch.

44 /OS14The Lyre (woodcut)1974

1/20 ; 3/20 ; 5/20 ; 6/20 ; 7/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 10/20 ; 11/20 ; 20/20; five (5) copies unnumbered and untitled.

44 /OS15William Lyon Mackenzie’s House (woodcut)1963

4/12 ; 6/12 ; 7/12 ; 8/12 ; 11/12; ten (10) copies unnumbered and untitled.

44 /OS16Cat and Pearl (woodcut)1963

3/8; Artist’s proof: four (4) copies.

44 /OS17Aftermath (woodcut)1969

1/18 ; 2/18 ; 5/18 ; 6/18 ; 7/18 ; 10/18 ; 11/18 ; 12/18 ; 14/18 ; 16/18 ; 17/18 ; 18/18; Artist’s proof: two (2) copies.

44 /OS18Swifts Over Lake (woodcut)1963

4/24 ; 6/24 ; 11/24 ; 12/24 ; 18/24 ; 19/24 ; 20/24 ; 21/24 ; 22/24.

44 /OS19Queen Anne’s lace (lithograph)1960

1/12 ; 5/12 ; 7/12 ; 10/12 ; 11/12; two (2) original sketches.

Sketches fragile, handle with care.

44 /OS20Columella (woodcut)1969

1/20 ; 4/20 ; 5/20 ; 6/20 ; 7/20 ; 8/20 ; 9/20 ; 10/20 ; 11/20 ; 12/20 ; 13/20 ; 14/20 ; 15/20 ; 16/20 ; 17/20 ; 18/20 ; 19/20 ; 20/20; eleven (11) copies unnumbered and untitled in various states; Artist’s proof: five (5) copies; Artist’s print: five (5) copies.

Box 45
Series: 4: Art and Poetry
45 /OS1A Great Innocence (woodcut)1964

1/12 (mounted) ; 4/12 ; 5/12 ; 7/12 ; 8/12 ; 9/12 ; 10/12 ; 11/12 ; 12/12; one (1) copy unnumbered and untitled.

Woodblocks and engraved metal plates
45 /OS1“A Great Innocence” woodblock1964

One (1) woodblock, “A Great Innocence.”

Box 46
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Correspondence and greeting cards
4617 Correspondence re. permission to publish materials1984-1994

Correspondence to and from Claire Pratt regarding permission to reprint E.J. Pratt poems, Claire's haiku, and quotes from Claire's letters in publications; includes notes by Claire about reprinting requests.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Records relating to Claire Pratt’s artwork
46 /OS1Artwork index1946-1975

Notebook and typed pages indexing Claire Pratt's artwork; includes typed biography on Claire Pratt.

46 /OS2Review of Haiku and Art price listbetween 1965 and 1969]

Copy of book review of Haiku by Claire Pratt; typed price list of some of Claire Pratt's artwork, matted.

46 /OS3Information relating to woodcut production1963

Foldout matte frame explaining the woodcut production for Sun on Waterlilies; missing typed description for Step 3; includes list artworks at the "Exhibition of Woodcuts for the Art Institute of Ontario" taped on front cover.

Fragile, woodcuts, descriptions, and matte frame loose. Handle with care.

Box 47
Series: 1: Personal Materials
Life and personal records
47 /OS2 Bachelor of Arts diplomaJune 9, 1944

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) received from Victoria College, University of Toronto

Photographs
47 /OS1 Graduating Class, Victoria College 19441944

1 photograph: sepia.

Series: 4: Art and Poetry
Artwork by other artists
47 /OS3Painting signed Richard W. Major / '31[1931?]

Painting with ink, chalk, and crayon; inscription on recto: Presented to me by Franklin McPowell as illustration of a poem named no. 6000 written by me. - E.J. Pratt"

Woodblocks and engraved metal plates
47 /OSWoodblocks1975, [196-?-197-?]

Two (2) woodblocks, one titled "“Jade Tree” and the other "Pine Tree".

Box 48
Series: 3: Pratt Family Records
Viola Whitney Pratt, diaries, journals, and autograph books
481Journal, 19491949, 1957

Viola Pratt's journal for 1949; includes loose papers with lists of dates, one dated 1957, a newspaper clipping, and a holograph copy of a poem. 

482Journal, 19501950

Viola Pratt's journal for 1950; includes holograph notes in the back of the journal in a different handwriting, possibly E.J. Pratt's; includes a pamphlet for the book I Kept my Powder Dry: Reminiscences by John Coburn; includes 1 photograph: b&w of Amy Golahny, undated.

Fragile, front cover loose. 

483Journal, 19521952

Viola Pratt's journal for 1952; includes a loose paper with list of dates. 

4841955 Diary1955

Viola Pratt's journal for 1955.

485Journal, 19561956

Viola Pratt's journal for 1956, originally dated 1951.

Fragile, front cover loose.

486Journal, 19571957

Viola Pratt's journal for 1957, originally dated 1953.

4871958 Year Book1958

Viola Pratt's journal for 1958; includes loose papers with dates. 

488Diary 1968-19701968-1970

Viola Pratt's diary for 1968-1970; includes loose papers.

489Daily Journal 1971, 19731971, 1973

Viola Pratt's journal for 1971 and 1973, originally dated 1961.

4810Viola and Claire Pratt's Journal1925-1930, 1972, 1974

One (1) journal; Viola Pratt's journal for 1972 and 1974 and Claire Pratt's journal for 1925-1930

Fragile, binding loose. 

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