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Andrew Suknaski: Home 3

Andrew Suknaski

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27 1 The Disinherited, 1985.
  2 The Disinherited, heavily edited version May 1985.
  3 The Disinherited, third draft, 1985.
  4 The Disinherited, edited version, 1985.
  5 The Disinherited, final version, 1985.
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28 1 Gypsy Winds - Suknaski Family Reunion , submission to C.B.C. literary competition, 1983.
  2 Gypsy Winds, 1983.
  3 Gypsy Winds, 1983.
  4 Wood Mountain Intertribal, submission to the C.B.C about the Wood Mountain Stampede,1990.

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Miscellaneous Material [ca. 1968]-[ca. 1990]

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28 5 Wood Mountain Intertribal, submission to the C.B.C about the Wood Mountain Stampede,1990.
  6 Annotated essay on "The Stone Angel", [ca. 1980].
  7 Research on natives, [ca. 1980].
  8 English lessons taught for Belarus Equipment, 1981.
  9 Tape transcript of David Arnason, 1981.
  10 Research notes on the Chinese in Alberta, [ca. 1982].
  11 Armenian Benefit Night, 1989.
  12 Notes on Alberta Stony tribe, [ca. 1990].

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Oversized Material 1967-1987

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29 1 Kootenay Art School Diploma, 1967.
  2 Suknaski self portrait, 1968.
  3 Writing on Stone, (poem drawings 1966-1967), Anak Press, 1967.
  4 Wood Monkhood Photo Chronicle, spring - fall, 1985.
  5 Gypsy Roads alignments, photos some text, Regina summer, 1987.

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