File contains correspondence with Orest E. Ulan from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Frances MacDonald from the Canadian Magazine.The file also includes a photocopy of a parenting advice column that was attached to one of the letters.
File contains mailing information for magazines, schools, associations, and other organizations who requested to be on the mailing list for press releases from the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine. Most of the information is in the form of correspondence from the organizations about changes of address. The correspondence includes letters from Sharon Acker; the American College of Surgeons; Atlantic Community Newspapers Association; the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; Le Courrier médical; The Daily Gleaner; Dartmouth Free Press Limited; Future Health; IMS Communications Ltd; The Medical Business Journal; The Medical Post; Austin Rand; Reader's Digest Magazines Limited; Saturday Night; Self; Trimel Communications Inc.; Williams & Wilkins; and World Book, Inc.
File contains correspondence with Alan; Pauline; Dominion Line; C. McRobert from EMI Installation & Maintenance Division; Craig J. M. Carter from the Journal of Commerce and Shipping and Telegraph Limited; J. Gumpert; B. G. Sivertz from the Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources; Max; R. E. Bennett from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; and Alvin Hamilton from the House of Commons. The file also includes a way bill from Wheeler Airlines; an invoice from Dominion Line for a trip from Hantsport, Nova Scotia to the United Kingdom; invoices from EMI-Cossor Electronics Limited for a tape recorder; a statement of account for contributions and expenses from the Liverpool Daily Post & Echo Ltd.; a newspaper clipping from the Mail-Star of "Joraens Canvas Displayed After Shock Test" by Barbara Hinds; a photocopy of a painting by Reubens; a photograph of a polar bear taken by Rosemary, with notes by Hinds; and a drawing by Martha Koneak.
File contains Budge Wilson's applications for grants, clippings and newsletters announcing awards and prizes won by Wilson, and programs from awards' ceremonies. The awards/prizes include the CBC Literary Competition, Canadian Children's Book Centre Memorable Canadian Books for Young People, Nova Scotia's Aid to Established Writers Award, the Canadian Library Association Young Adult Book Award, Canada Council for the Arts' grants, and the Ann Connor Brimer award from the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia.
File contains materials relating to Budge Wilson's Christmas poem "Victor," which was written for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and broadcast on CBC radio and over the cbc4kids.ca website, with illustrations by Kevin Sylvester.
File consists of the hand-written draft of a script by Budge Wilson, regarding the Swissair disaster, on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Halifax Information Morning program. Includes two photocopies of letters to Dick Miller, a CBC producer. Also includes three copies of the final typescript of the speech.
File contains an early manuscript (with some annotations) of Budge Wilson's book "After Swissair," an extended poem written in the 2000s. The book was originally titled "Broken Circles," before it became "Sea Change," and eventually "After Swissair." The file also contains a commentary script on the Swissair crash by Budge Wilson, which she wrote on September 2, 1999 and taped for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on September 26, 1999.
File contains a handwritten draft of Budge Wilson's news announcement for the Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators and Performers (CANSCAIP) newsletter, News Roundup. The announcement includes her recently published book "After Swissair"; readings at public libraries, the Hubbards Literary Society, and Word on the Street; interviews on CTV and CBC radio; features in the Chronicle Herald; and the upcoming publication of the fourth new Polish edition of "Before Green Gables."
File contains correspondence with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Materials include a typed letter from CBC to Kerslake and Pottersfield Press requesting permission to record an eight-minute reading of "Blind Date."
File contains documents related to Neptune Theatre's production of "All Fall Down." The production was also turned into a radio drama. Jenny Munday played the role of Emma Grady. The documents include programs; a contract between Munday and CBC Radio; a contract between Munday and Neptune Theatre; newspaper reviews; greeting cards; and other documents.
File contains two copies of a proposal by Jenny Munday for a radio drama called "A Woman's War." The proposal was sent to Rosemary Gilbert, Producer, CBC Radio Drama. The file also contains correspondence between Munday and Gilbert about the proposal.
File contains documents related to "Win, Again!," a made-for TV movie produced by CBC. Jenny Munday acted in the movie in the role of Arlene Slope. The documents include reviews of the production; a contract between Munday and CBC; an invoice for travel expenses; and call sheets.
File contains documents related to radio dramas that Jenny Munday wrote or acted in, including the "Plaid Beaver" series and "Money in the Bank." The documents include a writing contract between Munday and CBC; an acting contract between Munday and CBC for "Plaid Beaver"; a production report for "The Plaid Beaver"; newspaper reviews; and correspondence.
File contains documents related to "I'll Bastyerache" by Jenny Munday and Marshall Button, a comedy performance that was aired on CBC Radio Halifax during the Maritime Magazine program. The documents include a script for the performance; and a letter from Sheila Jones to Munday and Button.