Editorial & Copyright
We have retained the original spelling and punctuation in the transcribed versions and have not noted those irregularities by the use of [sic] in order to remain as unobtrusive as possible in the transcribed versions. Words or portions or words which are missing or illegible are noted by the use of [?]. Overall the policy is to provide minimal explanatory notes unless absolutely essential to the understanding of the material, and instead to permit the material to tell its own story in its own words in the original form. For the collections we have, wherever possible included any known biographical details of the individual or individuals concerned. When originals of the correspondence have been available we have also provided an image of the original as well as the transcribed version. Some collections also have a miscellaneous materials link for materials which do not fit into the categories of correspondence or images. For each collection we have provided a complete listing of the materials, although not all materials may be available immediately due to the time necessary to place the materials online.Copyright
The copyright of all materials used in The Canadian Letters and Images Project is held by the author or their estates. Use of any material in an educational, non-commercial format is permissible. Any other use of any materials found in The Canadian Letters and Images Project website requires the permission of the copyright holders and any inquiries should be directed to the project at email@example.com.