Fonds 2004-058 - Gregory Pavelich fonds

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Gregory Pavelich fonds

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CA ON00047 2004-058

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  • 1976-2004 (Creation)
    Pavelich, Gregory, 1951-2003

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67 centimetres of textual records
41 photographs
2 audio cassette tapes

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Gregory John Pavelich (1951-2003), teacher and community activist, was born in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, but spent his adult life in Toronto, Ontario. Pavelich was an active member of the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario, and represented the organization on several committees. Pavelich’s activism activities centred on advocating gay and lesbian rights within the education system and labour unions, as well as the policing of the gay and lesbian community.

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Fonds consists of records documenting the life and advocacy work of Gregory (Greg) Pavelich. The fonds includes correspondence (including e-mail), flyers, lists, agendas, reports, press releases, brochures, minutes, articles, notes, greeting cards, post cards, certificates, financial records, questionnaires, photographs, audio cassette tapes, memorial service cards, a CD-ROM, a workbook, a receipt book, a programme, a periodical, and a book of condolence.

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The fonds is arranged in three series and one sous-fonds, which contains records accumulated by Nick Mulé.

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  • English

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No further accruals expected.

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