File contains bulletins on meat and dairy markets sent from the company office in Winnipeg, Manitoba to salesmen in the Eastern Sales Division. File also contains memorandums sent to L.W. Morgan from the company office in Winnipeg.
File contains Budge Wilson's notes, correspondence, and programs for the Sharla Project, which included appearances in Churchill, Winnipeg, and Mexico City. The Canadian portion of the trip went from October 26 to November 4, 1998.
File contains a book, given to John Daniel Logan and inscribed for the "D.W. Logan Library of Canadiana." The book contains information on each music festival held in Canada in 1903, organized by city.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Title Waves. This episode features Murray Pura, an author from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Hosted by Judy Dudar, the episode was recorded April 18, 1989; aired April 20, 1989; and was rebroadcast July 30, 1989.
File is an audio reel containing an interview with Winnipeg-based cartoonist Noreen Stevens on her weekly strip "The Chosen Family", which had featured in gay and lesbian periodicals across North American for about two years at the time of recording. The strip was about to start appearing in The Gazette, the Maritimes magazine for gay men and lesbians. The interview was conducted by CKDU's Brenda Barnes. The episode was recorded on August 8, 1991, and was broadcast on August 22, 1991, August 27, 1991, August 29, 1991, and September 17, 1991 on Title Waves, The Evening Affair, and The Word Is Out, CKDU programs.
File also contains journal entries about the writing tour, written by Budge on the back sides of travel itineraries. The tour was part of the 1987 Children's Book Festival. The file also contains a copy of a map of Saskatchewan and Manitoba with tour destinations marked.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Voices, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features Murray Pura (a Winnipeg-born author located in Alberta) reading from his book, "Mizzly Fitch: The Light, the Sea, the Storm". The episode was recorded on April 13, 1989, and was broadcasted on July 10, 1989.
File contains a copy of the report prepared by Mary Culham and Pierre Sved on the Sharla Project, including a description of the project, program, a financial report, and reports from the winners of the short story competition (Maria-Fernanda Manzano and Natalia Morris), including copies of their winning submissions.
File contains original set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "The Glace Bay Miner's Museum," directed by Mary Vingoe and designed by Stephen Osler. Scott Miller was the technical director. The file includes designs for Neptune Theatre as well as the Centaur Theatre (Montreal, Quebec) and the Manitoba Theatre Centre.