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Item consists of a Toronto Star page showing a variety of insignia on ship funnels from the new St. Lawrence Seaway.

Item consists of a double page spread from Allan Robb Fleming's MacLaren Advertising issued diary of 1968.

Item consists of a photocopy of examples of regular denomination stamp design and the new style guide for Canadian Stamps.

Item consists of Appendix A of Allan Robb Fleming's manuscript draft of the report of the Stamp Advisory Committee.

Item consists of a 1957 Report and Accounts for Hudson's Bay Company designed by Allan Robb Fleming at Cooper and Beatty.

Item consists of a drawing of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra logo by Allan Robb Fleming on paper in red ink.

Item consists of a two colour launch document displaying the new Ontario Hydro logo, written and designed by Allan Fleming.

Item consists of a blue, black and red reproduction of a proposed three-leaf Canadian flag with pencil annotations done by Allan Robb Fleming.

Item consists of a business card for Allan Robb Fleming, designed by Fleming himself upon his return from London England.

Item consists of a small card from the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada with a signature, found in Allan Robb Fleming's research files.

Item consists of a invitation designed by Allan Robb Fleming for the Gallery of Contemporary Art's Barlach exhibition.

Item consists of a magazine advertisement designed by Allan Robb Fleming for Cooper and Beatty type craftsmen.

Item consists of a sales card designed by Allan Robb Fleming for Cooper and Beatty's Claredon typeface.

Item consists of a two page handwritten list of fine books by Allan Robb Fleming that may have functioned as a checklist, possibly noting the books he purchased in the UK and brought back to Toronto. Contains cross-references to a letter to his…

Item consists of a two page handwritten list of blues songs handwritten by Allan Robb Fleming, listing artists, date or recording, and album on which the recording appears.

Item consists of a bill to Allan Robb Fleming from London bookseller Colin Richardson for several listed books and unlisted typographical books valuing 88 pounds.

Item consists of a printed invoice for shipping an Albion Press purchased at the Chiswick Press in London by Allan Robb Fleming on behalf of Carl Dair by ship to Toronto.

Item consists of a one page two sided tax return for Allan Robb Fleming when working at Art and Design Services, Toronto.

Item consists of a two page single sided handwritten letter from Allan Robb Fleming to his father-in-law explaining the reasons behind his move to the UK and why he wants to study typography.

Item consists of a one page, two sided handwritten letter from Allan Robb Fleming to his mother explaining the fact that he will return later than expected to Toronto, what he expects to do when he returns, and a self-portrait in pen.