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|Extent:||0.10 m of textual records
|The "Onion", the Toronto paper on the arts, was a twice-monthly tabloid newsprint publication. It published fiction, reviews, essays, and artwork. The paper was edited by Stephen Mezei, an author, scriptwriter and instructor in the arts at several institutions, including York University (1974-1975). The Onion's editorial board included Pauline Carey, John Hebert, and other Canadian and foreign writers.|
|Scope and Content:||
The fonds consists of typescript, corrected drafts of articles, subscriber correspondence, and correspondence with the Ontario Arts Council and the Ontario Ombudsman's Office concerning a dispute that the editor of Onion, Stephen Mezei, had with the Arts Council (1977-1979).
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|Finding Aid:||File list available.|
|URL of Finding Aid:||http://archivesfa.library.yorku.ca/fonds/ON00370-f0000367.pdf|
|Accruals:||The fonds comprises the following accession: 1984-012. Further accruals may be expected.|
|Related Records:||See Louis Applebaum fonds (F0254) for material related to the Ontario Arts Council.|
|Immediate source of acquisition:||Acquired from Stepehn Mezei in 1984.|
|Provenance Access Points:||Onion.
Date of creation: 2002/04/05
Date of last revision: 2003/12/02