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Hospital For Sick Children.

  • Letters (1980 March 6-1984 March), Toronto, Ont., from Robert M. Ehrlich, M.D., Hospital for Sick Children, to Clark Blaise and Bharati Mukherjee.
  • Letters regarding the eleventh and fifteenth annual Diabetes Days at the Hospital.

Katz, Dori.

  • Letters (1965 February 10-1977 April 5), from D. Katz to Clark Blaise.
  • Letters regarding D. Katz's life in Paris, her work writing, teaching and studying, job possibilities in Montreal, news of mutual acquaintances and other personal matters. Includes D. Katz's curriculum vitae, 1969, and two clippings of an ad for housing accommodations for the Blaises placed in Iowa newspapers by D. Katz.

Paki : outlines

Typescript with holograph revisions and typescript outlines of the scenes, the characters and the dramatic intention of the teleplay. Item one is titled It could have been such a beautiful country. Includes duplicate copy of item four.

The chess players : article

Newsclipping from the Observer, January 28, 1979, of an article by Philip French about Satyajit Ray and the making of The chess players sent to C. Blaise by Don Coles with the holograph annotation "Clark - someone out of Days & Nights, I think"; typescript with holograph revisions fragment; typescript with holograph revisions and typescript (photocopy); typescript (photocopy) with C. Blaise's holograph annotation "submitted (with photos) to Globe & Mail, NY Times, rejected. See 'Kanika Banejee' (sic) in letters 1978-1979". Pages 2-11 of item three are identical to the corresponding pages of item four. This article was published in the Indian Review, edited by Kalika Banerji; see MsC 41.8.66. Co-written with Bharati Mukherjee.


Proof sheet containing nineteen black and white photographs of C. Blaise, Bharati Mukherjee and Bart Blaise.

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