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Series contains files related to "Atlantic Books Today" advertising activities. Files contain correspondence, contact lists, information for advertisers, rate sheets, and advertising summaries. Much of the material is from the Advertising Manager. Known persons to have held the position of Advertising Manager include: Pamela Scott-Grace (1992-1995), Dawn Eisenbarth (1995-1998?), and Michael Wile (1998-?). 2002.47.1, Series 5
Series consists of files related to the intellectual content of "Atlantic Books Today" (ABT) or the writers who contributed it. Files in this series include contracts with writers, correspondence, writer biographies, author interviews, class reviews, and article drafts. The series also contains one box of photographs and ABT mock-ups. 2002.47.1, Series 4
Series forms part of Atlantic Provinces Book Review and Service fonds and consists of periodical issues which were published four times annually. Each issue contains about 20 pages and reviews of between 50 and 75 books. Most of the books are Atlantic Canada directed or written by Atlantic Canadians. Other significant Canadian publications also receive attention. 2002.47.1, Series 1
Fonds · 1974-2003
Fonds consists of documents related to the activities of the Atlantic Provinces Book Review Society and the production of its periodical Atlantic Books Today (formerly Atlantic Provinces Book Review). Fonds includes information concerning editor's reports, business manager reports, treasurer's report, reviewers' contracts, Board of Directors meeting minutes, budgets, review issues, and correspondence. 2002.47.1
Series consists of files created and collected by the Board of Managers and the Executive Committee. The series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence, Board member lists, documents from Board meetings, and records related to the Managing Editor. The Board of Managers created an Executive Committee in 1994. The Committee, consisting of a couple of Board members, was formed to improve communication between the Board and the ABT Managing Editor and to allow the Board more input into the daily operations of the ABT. Whether this committee existed beyond 1995 is unknown. 2002.47.1, Series 10
Series contains records related to "Atlantic Provinces Book Review" (APBR) and "Atlantic Books Today" (ABT) funding initiatives. Files in this series contain correspondence with, and funding applications to, various government and private agencies. Many of the records in this series relate to the Canada Council and the Department of Communication's Cultural Initiative Program. 2002.47.1, Series 9