St. Jerome’s University Archives
Incorporation/Ownership, 1985-1998
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Incorporation/Ownership, 1985-1998


ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GRAIL was incorporated on May 9, 1985 as a non-profit independent entity as The University of St. Jerome's College Press. The journal was administered by an Editorial Board comprised of St. Jerome's faculty and staff assisted by a group of national and international editorial consultants. This arrangement was in effect until June 17, 1994 at which time Novalis/St. Paul University took over the ownership of Grail. Novalis/St. Paul assumed full legal, financial, administrative, and publishing responsibilities. Their ownership and management of the journal lasted until the final issue of Grail was published in December, 1998. SCOPE AND CONTENTS This series is comprised of legal documentation and correspondence relating to the Incorporation of GRAIL as The University of St. Jerome's College Press. The records include the original legal, bound articles of incorporation as well as an outline of the articles in a letter dated October 9, 1985 by the university's legal counsel. This series is also comprised of material relating to the partnership between St. Jerome's and Novalis/St. Paul. The records include correspondence regarding the formation of the partnership; statistics and publishing data; financial information; a press release; copies of proposed contracts; the signed contract between Novalis/St. Paul University and the University of St. Jerome's College regarding the ownership of Grail; and the signed contract between Novalis/St. Paul University and the University of St. Jerome's College regarding the editorship of Grail. The records are arranged as Incorporation records and Novalis/St. Paul University records.