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Articles written by James Neufeld

Series consists of academic articles, and other articles written by James Neufeld in various publications. Some of these articles are original clippings, periodicals, or offprints. In some cases, copies of articles were made by archival staff, with the original copies returned to the donor.

Projects and research

Series consists of files on various projects and research conducted by the Trail Studies Unit. Files include work and projects on the Northumberland Forest, rail trails, trail mapping, university and college trails, and Ontario provincial government grant funded research projects. Series also includes 41 photographs of the Northumberland Forest trails.

Ballet in Canada research material

Series consists of Professor Neufeld’s research material on ballet in Canada in relation to his published books and articles. His published books on ballet include Power to Rise: The Story of The National Ballet of Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996), Passion to Dance: The National Ballet of Canada (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2011), and Karen Kain: Artistic Director (Toronto: National Ballet of Canada, 2019).
Files include correspondence, interview transcripts and notes, newspaper clippings, and notes on materials from archival collections held at the National Ballet of Canada Archives, Library and Archives Canada, University of British Columbia Archives, and Toronto Reference Library. Series also includes articles written for the International Dictionary of Dance on the National Ballet of Canada and Celia Franca. Series also includes notes for a conference Neufeld attended for Sir Frederick Ashton, British ballerina and choreographer as well as workshops Professor Neufeld facilitated for the National Ballet of Canada and the American Ballet Company.


Series consists of correspondence between the Trail Studies Unit and the general public, national organizations, and the provincial government on different aspects of trails (recreational use, trail operations, environmental concerns, etc.).

Lois Marshall research materials

Series consists of the research files created by Professor Neufeld while writing his book Lois Marshall: A Biography (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2010). Files include professional correspondence, interview transcripts and notes, newspaper clippings, copies of performance programs for Lois Marshall and the Bach Aria Group, which was curated while researching the life of Lois Marshall. Files also include research notes and photocopied material from Library and Archives Canada, New York Public Library, Toronto Reference Library, University of Toronto, University of Calgary, Ballet Rambert Archives and London Festival Ballet (LFB) Archives.

Unit operations

Series consists of files pertaining to the operations of the Trail Studies Unit, including job descriptions, and guides on information organization. One file consists of the contents of a staff manual that was kept in a binder. In addition to general operations, files document how resources were managed and accessed in the unit.


Series consists of communications created by or about the Trail Studies Unit. Files include website details, project outlines, newspaper clippings, brochures, and pamphlets.

Conferences, presentations, and committees

Series consists of files pertaining to conferences, presentations, and committees the Trail Studies Unit participated in or consulted on. Most files pertain to the 1993 Rails to Greenways Conference, which was hosted at Trent University by the Trail Studies Unit. Series also includes meeting minutes and agendas for various committees the Trail Studies Unit consulted on, including Ontario Provincial government committees.

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