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Manuscripts by Melville Cumming

This file contains manuscripts written by Dr. Melville Cumming for "Soil analysis and its interpretation," "Agriculture in Nova Scotia," and " Fertility and Productiveness of Nova Scotia"

In This Light

Series contains records for a play by Catherine Banks adapted from R. Farquharson Sharp's 1911 English translation of Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People. The play was commissioned by Two Planks and a Passion Theatre and premiered at Ross Creek Centre for the Arts on 6 July 2019. Records types in include manuscript drafts, correspondence, notes, reviews and a program.

The Mountain and the Valley

Series consists of records, primarily manuscripts, notes and correspondence, regarding The Mountain and the Valley, a play adapted by Catherine Banks from a novel by Ernest Buckler.

Awards

Series contains information about awards for Gordon Duff. There is information in another series about award nominations made by Duff to other pharmacists, but they were not included in this category.

Catherine Banks' correspondence

Series contains personal and professional correspondence, mostly incoming letters regarding Banks' writing and research, publishing, play production, and other activities. Correspondence related to specific productions or plays is listed in subseries under play title series as well as filed by the donor with related manuscripts. Other correspondence is found in the series "readings, festivals and workshops" and "grant and fundraising records."

Annual Cameron Conference for Biology and Marine Biology Honours Students

Series contains: 21st Annual Cameron Conference for Biology and Marine Biology Honours Students, February 10, 2007; 23rd Annual Cameron Conference for Biology and Marine Biology Honours Students, February 14, 2009; 24th Annual Cameron Conference for Biology and Marine Biology Honours Students February 13, 2010; and 26th Annual Cameron Conference for Biology and Marine Biology Honours Students, February 11, 2012.

Miss n Me / Missy and Me

Series contains partial and complete manuscripts of Missy and Me (later Miss n Me) along with related research, production and publicity materials. Missy and Me is the sixth play written by Catherine Banks. Inspired by the music of American rapper Missy Elliott, the play tells the story of a Nova Scotia housewife leaving for New York to pursue Missy Elliott, the object of her obsession. The play was shortlisted for the 2013 Stage West Pechet Family Comedy Award and was later produced by Sarasvati Productions and performed from 21-31 May 2015 at the University of Winnipeg Asper Centre for Theatre and Film and by Eastern Front Theatre in Halifax, NS, from 14-24 March 2019.

Martin Bridge: The Sky's the Limit!

Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's seventh book in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Records types include correspondence; print and electronic manuscripts; notes; and published reviews.

Big Top Under a Northern Sky

Series consists of records documenting the creative, financial, and production activities of this project. The project was a potential documentary on the history of circuses in Canada that was pitched to the CBC as a one-hour documentary or a documentary series. This series contains background information, interviews, video recordings, a proposal, the CBC pitch and feedback.

Shroom Boom

Series consists of records documenting the creative and legal activities of this project. The production is about an African woman who arrives in Canada for an arranged marriage and is faced with the tough realities of immigrant life as she earns a living as a mushroom cultivator in rural northern British Columbia. This series contains correspondence, a draft script, and a story synopsis.

Martin Bridge: Sound the Alarm!

Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's fourth book in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Records types include correspondence; print and electronic manuscripts; notes; and published reviews.

Martin Bridge: In High Gear!

Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's sixth book in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Records types include correspondence; print and electronic manuscripts; notes; and published reviews.

Martin Bridge: Onwards and Upwards!

Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's eighth book in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's first children's book and the first in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Records types include correspondence; print and electronic versions of manuscripts; resource materials; and published reviews.

Jessica Scott Kerrin's school visit and readers' response records

Series comprises letters and drawings from school children in response to classroom visits/readings by Jessica Scott Kerrin, primarily utilizing a template provided by her as a follow-up resource. Records contained in this series represent a sampling from author's original donation, with two or three letters retained from each school visit. Series also contains several folders of readers' correspondence not initiated by the author.

Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University

Series contains documents related to Jenny Munday's time as Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University. The series includes correspondence, applications, contracts, and other records from the fellowship. The series also includes records from theatre courses taught by Munday at Mount Allison during her fellowship.

Damage Done: The Drug War Odyssey/Drug Warrior

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, legal, production, and publicity and marketing activities of this project. Directed by Connie Littlefield, Damage Done was a documentary co-produced with the National Film Board of Canada. It featured interviews with current and former members of law enforcement who disagreed with the way in which the illegal drugs trade was policed and prosecuted. This series contains agreements, applications, budget materials, a crew list, a credit roll, film festival and awards documents, financing schedules, press clippings, a marketing plan, publicity clips, stock footage, interviews, reference materials, and video and audio recordings.

The Can

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, and legal activities of this project. The project was a potential television sitcom that was pitched to the CBC and was to focus on accountants and auditors working for Revenue Canada. This series contains agreements, budget development working papers, a cast list, correspondence, funding applications, scripts, and storylines.

Martin Bridge: Blazing Ahead!

Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's third book in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Records types include correspondence; print and electronic manuscripts; notes; and published reviews.

Eliot Rocket

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, and legal activities of this project. The project was a potential feature film in which a workaholic with serious commitment issues returns home after his father suffers a stroke. This series contains agreements, correspondence, and a script.

Martin Bridge: On the Lookout!

Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's second book in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Records types include correspondence; print and electronic manuscripts; notes; and published reviews.

Keep Away from Me

Series consists of records documenting the administrative and creative activities of this project. The project was a potential feature film about a young man who believes he is bad luck and vows to stay away from women until he meets the woman of his dreams. This series contains correspondence, a script, and a synopsis.

No One Thinks of Greenland/Guy X

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, legal, production, and publicity and marketing activities of this project. No One thinks of Greenland was a Cold War-era black comedy based on John Griesemer's novel by the same name. Materials in this series document imX's involvement in the pre-production of the film, which was eventually produced and released by another company as Guy X. This series contains agreements, applications, biographies and crew resumes, casting research, correspondence, character descriptions, financial breakdowns and a proposed budget, potential location stills, a provisional schedule, a set listing, and a script.

Air Guitar in Oulu : [film production records]

Series consists of records documenting the creative and legal activities of this project. This quirky one-hour documentary directed by Kent Sobey follows Andrew Buckles on his journey to Oulu, Finland to compete in the World Air Guitar Competition. The film was produced between 2002 and 2003 for Bravo!, and the Independent Film Channel. Geoffrey Turnbull was producer and Chris Zimmer was Executive Producer. Cinematography was done by Les Krizsan. Air Guitar in Oulu received attention from international media and has been compared to such acclaimed films as Project Grizzly and American Movie. This series contains agreements,, a synopsis, and a production overview.

Those Guys

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, legal, production, and publicity and marketing activities of this project. The project was a potential comic feature film developed by Enio Mascherin and Patrick McKenna with imX. It was to star Patrick McKenna and Colin Mochrie. The film tells the story of two best buddies whose lives are not working out when they fall into their dream of running a marina. This series contains agreements, applications, biographies, a cast list, a scene list, scripts, a budget, one-sheets, and a marketing plan.

Martin Bridge: Out of Orbit!

Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's fifth book in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Records types include correspondence; print and electronic manuscripts; notes; and published reviews.
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