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Canada. Revenue Canada.

  • Correspondence (1969 July 9 - 1979 May 23), between various officials at Revenue Canada and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating to personal income tax. Item 12 encloses material related to publication and radio and stage productions of The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca, including photocopy of writer's contract with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Includes references to the following: The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : stage play; The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : radio play.

Thistledown Press Ltd.

  • Correspondence (1981 November 18 - 1983 February 11), between representatives of Thistledown Press Ltd., chiefly Glen Sorestad, and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating chiefly to publication by Thistledown Press of a limited edition of The gardens of the wind, illustrated by Patrick Lane (Saskatoon, 1982); discussing current literary projects; praising the poetry collection I might not tell everybody this; and relating personal news. Includes copy of contract for publication of The gardens of the wind as well as poetry by G. Sorestad. Includes references to the following: I might not tell everybody this; The inflatable woman; Vampires; Treasures on earth : poem; The dollar woman : stage play; He sits down on the floor of a school for the retarded; How beautiful art thy feet with shoes; A pair of pruning shears; The gardens of the wind.

Learning Productions Ltd.

  • Correspondence (1975 February 21 - 1982 April 8), between Walter J. Learning, Learning Productions Ltd., and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence concerning contracts with and royalties from various theatre companies producing Frankenstein : the man who became god and The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca; fees from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for radio adaptation of The dollar woman and for scripts of La Svengali and the Up at ours television series; and publishers' royalties for Frankenstein and The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca. Includes references to the following: Frankenstein : the man who became god; The dollar woman : radio play; The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : radio play; The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : stage play; Up at ours : Full circle; Up at ours : The runaways; Frankenstein : the play by Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning, the novel by Mary Shelley; Up at ours : Treasures on earth; La Svengali; Full circle : television play; The runaways; Treasures on earth : television play.

Moore, Brian.

  • Contract (1950 October 11), between Harlequin Books Limited and Brian Moore for publication of Wreath for a redhead.
  • Typed document(s) lacking signature with holograph additions (photocopy) listing terms of the agreement for the publication of Wreath for a redhead. Incomplete copy lacking signatures. See MsC 35.1.1.1 for original contract.

Harlequin Books Limited.

  • Contract (1951 January 15), between Harlequin Books Limited and Brian Moore for publication of The executioners.
  • Typed document(s) lacking signature, with holograph addition, listing terms of the agreement for publication of The executioners. Signed by Brian Moore, the President of Harlequin Books Limited (signature indecipherable) and Audrey Jess, Secretary, Harlequin Books Limited.

Moore, Brian.

  • Contract (1959 June 15), between Brian Moore and John Connell, Richard Kiley and Jason Robards, Jr., for the dramatization of The Feast of Lupercal.
  • Typed document(s) signed (carbon copy) listing terms of the agreement for a dramatization of The Feast of Lupercal. Signed by B. Moore.

Moore, Brian.

  • Contracts (1959 October 8 - 1970 December 3), for two editions of The luck of Ginger Coffey.
  • Contracts between B. Moore and his American and Canadian publishers.

Little, Brown And Company (Inc.).

  • Contract (1960 December 16), Boston, Mass., between Little, Brown and Company (Inc.) and Brian Moore for publication of two untitled novels.
  • Typed document(s) signed listing terms of the agreement for the publication of two untitled novels. Signed by Jean Moore and Brian Moore, and Lorraine C. Page and James W. Sherman, Little, Brown and Company (Inc.), and Seymour Lawrence, Director, Atlantic Monthly Press.

Moore, Brian.

  • Contracts (1965 March 3 - May 14), for two editions of The emperor of ice cream.
  • Contracts between B. Moore and his American and Canadian publishers.

Viking Press, Inc.

  • Contract (1965 March 3), New York, N.Y., between Viking Press, Inc. and Brian Moore for publication of The emperor of ice cream.
  • Typed document(s) signed listing terms of the agreement for the publication of The emperor of ice cream. Signed by Peggy Robertson, Witness, Brian Moore, Aaron Asher, Witness, and Marshall A. Best, Vice-President, Viking Press, Inc.
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