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A. P. Watt & Son.

  • Letter (1976 April 22), London, England, from Sarah Molloy(?), Secretary to Hilary Rubinstein, A.P. Watt & Son, to James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency, New York, N.Y.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author (photocopy) announcing broadcast dates for British Broadcasting Corporation serialization of Reflections on a mountain summer.

Belfry Cultural Centre.

  • Letter (n.d.), Victoria, B.C., from Richard Brownsey, Belfry Cultural Centre, to James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency, New York, N.Y.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author (photocopy) enclosing cheque and and contract (1976 September 15), between Belfry Cultural Centre and Lucy Kroll Agency, Agent for Joanna M. Glass, listing conditions for production of Canadian gothic and American modern. Signed by Don Shipley and J. Howe. 2 p. Typed document(s) signed (photocopy).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Letter (1976 February 17), from Irene Prothroe, Radio Drama Producer, CBC, to Joanna M. Glass, Oakland, Calif.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author acknowledging receipt of script, probably American modern, and discussing European broadcast of Canadian gothic. Encloses letter (1976 February 17), from I. Prothroe to James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency, New York, N.Y., concerning contract for radio adaptation of American modern. 1 p. Typed letter(s) signed by the author (carbon copy).

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Letter (1976 February 23), Toronto, Ont., from John Hirsch, Head of TV Drama, CBC, to James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency, New York, N.Y.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author (photocopy) acknowledging receipt of scripts of Canadian gothic and American modern for television consideration.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Contract (1976 December 16), Toronto, Ont., between CBC and Lucy Kroll Agency, Agent for Joanna M. Glass.
  • Typed document(s) signed (photocopy) listing terms for Artichoke broadcast rights for television series, Front Row Centre. Signed by Duncan S. Sandison, Copyright Clearance Officer, CBC, and James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Contract (1977 June 16), Toronto, Ont., between CBC and Lucy Kroll Agency, Agent for Joanna M. Glass.
  • Typed document(s) signed (photocopy) listing terms for preparation of a revised draft television script of Artichoke for CBC series, Front Row Centre. Signed by Greg Yarrow, CBC, and J. M. Glass. Includes contract rider signed by James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency, and J. M. Glass. 1 p. Typed document(s) signed (photocopy).

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.

Centaur Theatre Company.

  • Letter (1976 March 4), Montreal, P.Q., from Maurice Podbrey, Artistic Director, Centaur Theatre Company, to James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency, New York, N.Y.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author (photocopy) requesting more time to study Artichoke script before deciding about production.

Evanston Theatre Company, Inc.

  • Letter (1977 February 8), Evanston, Ill., from Gregory Kandel, Producing Director, Evanston Theatre Company, Inc., to James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency, New York, N.Y.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author (photocopy) expressing interest in an Artichoke production, and inquiring about revised script.

Firehall Theatre.

  • Letter (1975 July 10), Willowdale, Ont., from Mavis Hayman, Director, Firehall Theatre, to James Howe, Lucy Kroll Agency, New York, N.Y.
  • Typed letter(s) signed by the author (photocopy) requesting scripts for Canadian gothic and American modern.
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