File includes correspondence with Alexandera Post, T.V.R. Pillay (Food and Agricultre Organization of the United Nations), Princeton University Press, O.S. Plue, Prentice-Hall of Canada Ltd, Les Presse de la Cité, Elaine Partnow, Praeger Publishers Inc., M. Piovene, and PHP Institute Inc. Also includes "The Implications of Change in Mining Finance and Participation" by Alexandra Post, excerpts from "Ocean mining" by Alexandra Post, a proposal on deepsea mining by Alexandra Post and a report from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, "Progress of Aquaculture" by T.V.R. Pillay.
File contains correspondence with Pilkington Bros. Ltd., Princeton University Press, Alessandro Olschki, Claire McDonald, Sheila Martin, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, N. B. Marshall, Tom Mahnken, The Metropolitan Museum, Harry N. Abrams, Cyril Glasse, Judith Munns, Brian J. Rothschild, Donna D. Schwartz, A. M. Kennedy, Kjel Sandved, Srpoka Knizevna Zadruga, Flip Schulke, Professor Vigneaux, John Sylvester, Jack Drafahl, Deirdre Silberstein. Most of the correspondence relates to clearing pictures for inclusion in Elisabeth Mann Borgese's "The Drama of the Oceans."
File contains correspondence with Jon Von Dyke, Zoran Vidaković, and J.H. Vandermeulin (of the Ministry of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada). Topics of discussion include a Third World training program, a publication of a book on the work of Jovan Djordjević, for which Elisabeth Mann Borgese contributed an essay, and a conference at the East-West Center. Also contains a list of contacts beginning with "V." See also MS-2-744, Box 285, Folder 10 for additional correspondence with Jon Van Dyke.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "The Four Poster," directed by John Neville with designs by Arturo Penson. File also contains templates for the construction of a cupboard and bureau as part of the set.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "A Christmas Carol," directed by I.N. Watts and designed by Andrew Murray. The file includes some original drawings by Murray and annotated copies of the plans.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "A Funny Thing happened on the way to the Forum," directed by Suzanne Moore with designs by Patrick Clark. The file contains one of Clark's original drawings and annotated copies.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "Man of La Mancha," directed by Tom Kerr and designed by Ted Roberts. File also contains copies of the costume and prop designs for this production.
File contains set and light designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "Brass Rubbings," directed by Tom Kerr and designed by Mark Buntrock. File contains Buntrock's original drawings, an annotated copy of page 5, and a copy of Bonnie Beecher's light design.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "The Winslow Boy," directed by Linda Moore and designed by Nigel Scott. The file includes Scott's original drawings and a copy of the lighting plot, also by Scott.
File contains original and annotated copies of set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "Charlotte's Web," directed by J. White and designed by D. Poultney. The file include Stage Management's annotated copy and a copy of the light plot design by Brian Pincott.
File contains original set and light designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe," directed by Miles Potter and designed by Warren Carrie, assisted by Ian Rye. The file includes drawings for Neptune Theatre and for The Belfry Theatre (Victoria, British Columbia).
File contains original set and prop designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "Our Town," directed by Linda Moore and designed by Brian Perchaluk. The file also contains annotated copies of the light plot designs by Paul Mathieson.
File contains original set design drawings and a copy of the light plot design for Neptune Theatre's production of "Mesa," directed by Charlie Rhindress and designed by D'Arcy Morris-Poultney (set) and Leigh Ann Vardy (lights).