Andrew Danson fonds [graphic material, textual record, sound recording (some electronic)]

  • Notice descriptive – Brève
    Niveau hiérarchique :
    Fonds
    Date :
    1989-1991.
    Genre de documents :
    Documents sonores, Documents photographiques, Art
    Trouvé dans :
    Archives / Collections et fonds
    No d’identification :
    190384
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    • Andrew Danson fonds
      Andrew Danson fonds
  • Fonds comprend :
    1933 description(s) de niveau inférieur
    Voir description(s) de niveau inférieur
    Date(s) :
    1989-1991.
    Place :
    Canada:
    Lieu de création :
    Canada
    Étendue :
    20 audio cassettes (ca. 20 h).
    ca. 1068 photographs : b&w and colour contact sheets ; most 8x10 in.
    5 prints : offset lithographs, photomechanical reproductions.
    ca. 177 photographs : colour transparencies or slides ; most 35 mm.
    55 GB (ca. 5538 photographs).
    ca. 7613 photographs : b&w and col. negatives ; 35mm.
    4 video cassettes : digital
    5 cm of textual records.
    2 limited edition books
    ca. 20 photographs : b&w or col. prints ; 20 in. x 24 in. or larger.
    ca. 156 photographs : 16 x 20 in. or larger.
    ca. 101 photographs : b&w or col. prints ; 8 x 10 in. or larger.
    ca. 44 photographs : b&w or col. prints ; 4 x 6 in. or larger.
    Langue du document :
    anglais
    Langue du document additionnelle :
    anglais
    japonais
    Aquisition :
    Portée et contenu :
    Fonds consists of a documentary project by Danson entitled Face-Kao : portraits of Japanese Canadians interned during World War II that is composed of portraits and oral history interviews of the Japanese Community, mainly Issei (1st generation) and Nissei (2nd generation) as well as some Sansei (3rd generation), now living in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan. Photographic material consists of depictions of the following individuals: Joanne Ault, Midge Ayukawa, Ellen Crowe-Swords, John Ichio Deshima, Yuriko Deshima, Nami Doi, Kojiro Ebisuzaki, Yaeko Ebisuzaki, Kikuyo Eto, Shigezo Eto, Rai Fujikawa, Misao Yoneyama Fujiwara, Mitsumori Wesley Fujiwara, Allan Fukushima, Paula Fukushima, Akiko Godo, Moichi Godo, Fumiko Greenaway, Hideichi Hamada, Yoshimaru Hamada, Gene Hamagishi, Terry Hamagishi, Marion Hamaguchi, Sakae Hashimoto, Masao Hayashi, Yosoya Hayashi, Kelvin Higo, Kei Hirano, Hayao Hirota, Kichiro Hirota, Jiro Hisaoka, Roy Honda, Hisako Hoshino, Kiku Ibuki, Mike Idenouye, Yoshiye Ikebuchi, Pauline Inose, Roy Inouye, Seiji Inouye, Tokuko Inouye, Shin Imai, Bill (Hanichi) Ito, and John Ito. Katsuo Kage, Chie Kamegaya, Bryce Kanbara, Fumiko Kanbara, Tameo Kanbara, Sonoe Kawabata, Iwaichi Kawashiri, Isobel Kimoto, Mary Kimoto, Don Kimura, Yoshi Kinoshita, Ed Kitagawa, Jean Kitagawa, Dave Kitamura, Frank Kitamura, George Kitamura, Masaru Kitamura, Yoshi Kitamura, Roy Kiyooka, Akemi Kobayashi, Kikuzo (Koby) Kobayashi, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Joy Kogawa, Les Kojima, Fumi Kono, Misayo Kono, Walter Koyanagi, Hide Kubota, Nobuo (Nobby) Kubota, Ai Kurokawa, John Yoshio Madakoro, Peter Maede, Larry Maekawa, Cathy Makihara, Masasai Matsuda, Craig Matsuhara, Marianne Matsuhara, Mayumi Matsuhara, Marcia Matsui, Matt Yoshio Matsui, Nobuko Matsui, Push Matsumiya, Sada Matsumiya, Isamu Sam Matsumoto, Kimiko Matsunaga, Shoichi (Spud) Matsushita, Sumie Matsushita, Tom Mitsunaga, Dentaro Miyamoto. Mamoru Miyasaki, Yukio Moizumi, Kenzo Mori, Nancy Mori, Senya Mori, Shigeru Mori, Tadashi (Tad) Mori, Haruji (Harry) Morihara, Raymond Moriyama, Marlene Mortensen, Bob Motokado, George Mukai, Roy Muraki, Yuki Nagata, Ayako Nakamura, Dick Nakamura, Frank Nakamura, Lisa Nakamura, Neiko Nakamura, Gordon Nakayama, Robert Nishikawa, Susumi Jim Nishiyama, Dick Nitsui, Kenny Nitsui, Rena Nitsui, Ume Niwatsukino, Tom Nogami, Ken Noma, Ume Nose, Mike Nukina, Mary Obata, Roger Obata, Mike Ochiai, Tsume Ochiai, Chieko Ogawa, uta Ohashi, Norm Oikawa, Aelene Oishi, Yoshiyuki Oishi, Harry Okada, Koichiro Okihiro, Aki Omatani, Emiko Ono, George Osaka, Joe Hayaru Oyama, Sadako Oyama, Shirley Oye, Shiro Oye and Mary Yoshie Rumble. Ron Sakamoto, Michiko Sakata, Fusako (Flo) Sano, Koharu Sano, Misako Sasaki, Arthur Hitoshi Sato, Nobori Sawada, Yoshio Senda, Naomi Shikaze, Henry Shimizu, Kimiko Shimizu, Kyoshi (Kay) Shimizu, Polly Shimizu, Shigeyoshi Shimizu, Walter Shimozawa, Kuz Shoyama, Tom Shoyama, Ken Soga, Mable Soga, Mas Sunada, Aiko Suzuki, Gayle Swanson, Hannah Tabata, Harry Tabata, Mayu Takasaki, Kuri Takenaka, Fumi Tamagi, Sanya (Tom) Tanaka, Ken Tanouye, Steve Tatemichi, Kimiko Tegami, Yoshiro Tegami, Mas Terakita, Mary Toshiko, Harry Kaname Tsuchiya, George Tsujikawa, George Tsuruda, Roy Uyeda, Komei Uyeyama, Kinu Wakayama, Tamio Wakayama, Terry Watada, Roger Watanaka, Shintaro Yamada, Daiso Yamashiro, Takeo Yamashiro, Mickey Yokome, Kimi Yoshida, and Takeji Yoshimaru. Other photographic material consists of a portrait of the Japanese-Canadians Akemi Kobayashi with her grandmother Tomi Kitamura. the portrait is one of a series from the FACE-KAO project, a response to the 1988 Japanese-Canadian Redress Settlement. Also included is the Canadian Politician Portrait project with depictions of the following individuals: Harvie Andre, John Bosley, Robert Bourassa, Edward Broadbent, John M. Buchanan, Patricia Carney, Jean Chrétien, Sheila Copps, Grant Devine, Jake Epp, John A. Fraser, Donald Getty, Joseph A. Ghiz, Herb Gray, Richard B. Hatfield, Otto Jelinek, Pauline Jewett, Robert P. Kaplan, Stanley Howard Knowles, Roch Lasalle, Flora MacDonald, Marcel Masse, Barbara Jean McDougall, Brian Mulroney, John V. Nunziata, Howard R. Pawley, Alfred Brian Peckford, Tony Penikett, David Peterson, Nelson Riis, Svend J. Robinson, Thomas E. Siddon, Sinclair stevens, John N. Turner, William N. Vander Zalm and Michael Holcombe Wilson. All photographs are by Andrew Danson. Art material consists of copies of the poster for the "Face Kao" exhibition by Andrew Danson at Harbourfront (1996) and at the Royal Ontario Museum (1997).
    Provenance :
    Biographie/Histoire administrative :
    Danson, Andrew, 1945-: Andrew Danson, contemporary portrait photographer, was born 12 January 1945 in Bournemouth, England. He is the son of a Canadian soldier and an English war bride. He came to Canada as an infant and grew up in the Toronto suburb of North York, influenced by relatives with interests in fine art and social causes. "Danson is known for photographing people whose appearance is unusual or whose lives are marginalized, insisting that we focus on their humanity, not their strangeness". Works located in: Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography. The Life and Times of Andrew Danson, Portraitist, by Terry Byrnes.
    Instrument de recherche :
    Sound recordings (Électronique) See MISACS for item-level descriptions.

    Photographs: (Papier) List of individual subjects and miscellaneous research documentation used during the Face-Kao project including articles, pamphlets, and excerpts from Bob Bossin's book "Settling Clayoquot", in accession file. Biographical notes on portrait subjects located on the reverse side of release forms in accession file.

    Photographs: (Papier) A series of 19 poems and/or statements written by Andrew Danson, David Fujino, Kevin Irie, Bryce Kanbara, Roy Kiyooka, Joy Kogawa, Nobuo Kubota, Glen Nagano and Takeo Nakano are in the accession file. Also in the accession file is Dr. Masajiro Miyazaki's memoir "My Sixty Years in Canada" (137 pages) and George Takeyasu's recollection "Evacuation, 1942" (25 pages).

    Information additionnelle :
    Note générale :
    Received in 1996 from Andrew Danson of Toronto, Ontario.
    Note sur le classement :
    Graphic material (photographs): Arranged alphabetically by name of individual.
    Note de citation/référence :
    Photographs: Illustrated in - Face-Kao: Portraits of Japanese Canadians Interned During WWII (1996).
    Vedette-matière :
    Variante du titre :
    Face-Kao : Portraits of Japanese Canadians interned during World War II
    Source :
    Privé
    No de contrôle reliés :
    117-89
    120-080058-3
    1989-152 DAP
    1992-540 DAP
    1996-02193-1
    1996-02624-0
    1996-230 DAP
    1997-0203 MISA
    1997-0206 MISA
    1997-037 DAP
    1997-038 DAP
    2018-00449-2
    2960 (1996-12-11)
    92-142
    96-132
    96-247
  • Conditions d'accès :
    Modalités d'utilisation :
    Sound recordings Reproduction and use in any form requires the written permission of the copyright holder and donor, Andrew Danson.
    Graphic material (photographs): no restrictions on use. Permission must be obtained from Andrew Danson for publication, exhibition, or commercial use. Copyright: Andrew Danson. Credit: Andrew Danson / National Archives of Canada / copy negative number. By agreement, Andrew Danson and his heirs and successors, have the right of annual access upon request to the negatives for printing purposes during the period in which they continue to hold copyright.
    Graphic material (art) Prints: no restrictions on use. No commercial reproduction without the authorization of Marie-Josée Crete. Copyright: Marie-Josée Crete, Andrew Danson. Credit: National Archives of Canada. Must be consulted under close supervision for conservation purposes.

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