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Collection Revue Liaison
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CA ON00402 RL
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- Revue Liaison
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0.55 m of textual documents. The collection contains 119 volumes as well as 5 bound hardcover books.
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First published in 1978, Liaison is an art magazine, originally dedicated to the Franco-Ontarian culture. In 2005, it revised its mandate in order to include French cultural productions from l’Acadie and Western Canada. Liaison is published four times a year by Les Éditions L’Interligne; 1100 copies are issued per publication.
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The collection consists of the complete series of the magazine Liaison in printed format.
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The collection, a donation from the Bibliothèque Maurice-Saulnier of the Université de Hearst, was acquired in 2013.
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No restriction imposed by the donor.
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Copyright Act applies. Reproduction permitted depending on the condition of the documents.
Further accruals expected.
Number 2 of the magazine was never published, but there is a number 0.
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