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Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Letter (1955 June 3), Toronto, Ont., from Robert Weaver, Talks & Public Affairs, CBC, to Brian Moore, Montreal, P.Q.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author suggesting B. Moore contact Robert McCormack about doing some broadcasts for the CBC, suggesting the possibility of using Sassenach, and mentioning a review of Judith Hearne.

Wiebe, Rudy

  • Letter (1962 September 22), from R. Wiebe to National Script Department, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Toronto, Ont.
  • Typed letter(s) lacking signature (carbon copy) regarding submission of Scrap book and publication of Peace shall destroy many.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Letter (1976(?) January 6), from Irene Prothroe(?), CBC, to Joanna M. Glass, Oakland, Calif.
  • Typed letter(s) lacking signature relating to radio adaptation of American modern, and mentioning Canadian gothic. Letter may be incomplete.

Glass, Joanna M.

  • Letter (1975 January 23), Oakland, Calif., from J. M. Glass to Robert Weaver, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Toronto, Ont.
  • Typed letter(s) lacking signature (carbon copy) submitting Mrs. Boychuck for radio consideration, giving biographical information, and mentioning Santacqua, Canadian gothic, American modern, Artichoke and Reflections on a mountain summer.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Letter (1974 October 4), Toronto, Ont., from Ralph Thomas, CBC, to Rudy Wiebe, Edmonton, Alta.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author discussing the Garrison project and financial considerations for what later became Someday soon, before tomorrow.

Needles, William.

  • Letter (1962 October 31), Toronto, Ont., from W. Needles, Editor, "Stories with John Drainie", Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, to Rudy Wiebe.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author rejecting story for series. Probably refers to Scrap book.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Announcement for New Canadian writing series (1963).
  • Typescript announcement (mimeograph), listing rules for selection of manuscripts.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Letter (1977 October 25), from Howard Engel, Executive Producer, Literary Programming, CBC, to Joanna M. Glass, New York, N.Y.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author rejecting Mrs. Boychuck for radio adaptation at present, but suggesting resubmission later. Includes James Howe's typescript note to J. M. Glass.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Letter (1976 January 19), from Irene Prothroe, Radio Drama Producer, CBC, to Joanna M. Glass, Oakland, Calif.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author discussing radio adaptation of American modern, and mentioning Canadian gothic.
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