File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's productions of "West Side Story" and "Romeo and Juliet," directed by Tom Kerr and S. MacDonald with designs by Robert Doyle. The file includes Doyle's original drawings and annotated copies of sheets 1 and 5.
File contains two English versions of the short story by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, including a handwritten version, and a typed version, and two copies of a German version entitled "Die drei Wünsche." One German version contains handwritten corrections by Mann Borgese. Also included in the file are two unrelated pages, one typed and one handwritten page of notes by Mann Borgese on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
In this journal by James Dinwiddie, he discusses wheel carriages and their design. He discusses the relationship between wheels and axles as well as the different sizes required by different vehicles. This file consists of one journal.
File contains a paper by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, discussing the international organizations that could emerge from a hypothetical World War III (in the 1990s). Includes a discussion of the University of Chicago's Committee to Frame a World Constitution, and other attempts to build international organizations. This version contains handwritten corrections by Mann Borgese.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," directed by Robin Phillips and designed by Sue LePage. The file includes LePage's original drawings and annotated copies.
Item is a digital PDF copy of "Why we are not ready for genetically designed babies" by Françoise Baylis, Graham Dellaire, and Landon J. Getz, originally published on a website called The Conversation.
File contains a list of questions and concerns about the International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD) closing and phase outs; includes lists of projects to be transferred to the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and projects to be completed by ICOD. Also contains a report from a staff meeting concerning severance packages.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of the "Wizard of Oz," directed by Ron Ulrich with designs by Art Penson. The file includes Penson's original drawings and annotated copies. File also includes two copied sheets of set designs for "Special Occasions," another Neptune Theatre production directed by Ulrich and designed by Penson (see MS-3-1, OS Folder 156).
File contains a report of work done by the International Ocean Institute (IOI) on ocean governance. Includes summaries on conferences, meetings, and publications. Includes lists of papers presented at various conferences, including several Pacem in Maribus (PIM) conferences. Also includes a letter from the Department of the Environment (United Kingdom), inviting Elisabeth Mann Borgese to speak at a dinner as part of the London Workshop on Environmental Science, Comprehensiveness and Consistency in Global Decisions on Ocean Issues (November 30-December 2, 1995).
File contains documents referred to and created by working group #4 during the Independent World Commission on the Oceans (IWCO)'s Second Plenary Session in Rio de Janeiro. Includes notes; a list of content for the "Science and Technology Report," by D. Ben Sari; a copy of the report by the working group; a copy of the paper "Bridging the Gaps Between North and South: The Future Uses of the Oceans and their Resources," based on input from Dr. Jan H. Stel and Dr. Stjepan Keckes; and notes on Stel and Keckes' paper by Don Mills, written April 1996.
File contains a scope, chapter list, and chapter synopsis from a proposed book on the historical and philosophical context from which the Law of the Sea emerged. Elisabeth Mann Borgese proposed to write this book over the 1981-1982 academic year.
File contains a project proposal by Elisabeth Mann Borgese focusing on demilitarization of outer space, and the lessons from the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLoS) that apply. File contains a duplicate copy, which has not been digitized.
File contains original set designs and a copy of the light plot design for Neptune Theatre's studio production of "Young Triffie's Been Made Away With," directed by Mary Walsh and designed by Stephen Osler (set) and Michael Fuller (lights).
File contains handwritten notes (numbered 1 to 9), discussing the period after the signing of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLoS III). Discusses the Preparatory Committee (PrepCom) and JEFERAD (Joint Enterprise for Exploration in Research and Development).
File contains correspondence with Mrs. Marjorie Brown-Desbiens, W. William Harvey and Dr. Barry Bugan. Also includes the document "Cuestionario," along with a Spanish cover letter from Elisabeth Mann Borgese.
File contains correspondence to/from: Nobel Harbinson, Wolfgang Hauser, James Hannaham, Earl H. Herron, Junior, Uwe Holtz, Hilton International (Curt Strand), Norton Ginsburg, M.R. Healy, R.D. Hodgson, Bille Hougart, Paul Henry (with resume), Richard M. Huber, Walter Haas, James D. Hart, Joe A. Hanson, and Arne Haselbach.
File contains correspondence with the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and its president, Ivan Head, mainly concerning funding for Pacem in Maribus (PIM) IX. The file also contains a piece of correspondence with Ziga Vodusek of the International Center for Public Enterprise in Developing Countries.
File contains correspondence with V.S. Kaduskar, Barbara Kwiatkowska (with a copy of her article "States' Responsibility for Pollution Damage"), O. Knacke, [Robert ?], and K. Kurokochi. For more correspondence with Barbara Kwiatkowska regarding International Ocean Institute (IOI) activities, MS-2-744, Box 279, Folder 4.
File contains correspondence to/from: J. Makarczyk, Nicholas M. Matte, Jules Mayer (which mentions the establishment of the International Centre for Ocean Development), Wendell Mordy, and John Musser (the latter concerning the Friends of the International Ocean Institute). All correspondence concerns funding.
File contains correspondence to/from: Onskebutiken (concerning an order of dishes and glassware by Elisabeth Mann Borgese), the OPEC Fund for International Development, Fianziaria Meridionale, and the Ocean Trust Foundation.
File contains correspondence with Kurt Schmidt (Federal Republic of Germany), P.D. Snelson (Commonwealth Secretariat), Alex Sceberras Trigona of the Maltese Government, Arthur Alexiou, and R. Van Grieken.
File contains a letter to Elisabeth Mann Borgese from Renate Rennie of the Tinker Foundation, and a letter to Alex Sceberas Trigona of the Maltese Prime Minister’s Officer, regarding an agreement between the Maltese Government and the International Ocean Institute (IOI).
File contains correspondence concerning International Ocean Institute (IOI) programs. Includes discussions of a research project on “Marine Resources, Ocean Management, and International Development Strategy for the 80s and Beyond,” a training program on sea-bed mining, the “Ocean Yearbook,” and a list of expected expenditures for operations in Malta for 1979. File also contains telegrams relating to meetings. Correspondents include: Francois van Hoek, Maxwell Bruce, Roger Vella Bonavita, S. Nanjundan, Jesus Moneo, and Francisco Orrego Vicuña.
File contains a letter from the World Bank to the International Ocean Institute (IOI) on funding, and a letter from Elisabeth Mann Borgese to the Rector of the University of Malta, regarding new offices.