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Canadian Speakers' and Writers' Service Ltd. fonds Nevitt, Barrington
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McLuhan, Marshall

File consists of records related to Marshall McLuhan and his estate as clients of CSWS Ltd. Includes: correspondence primarily about rights and reproductions of his work; royalty statements; clippings of articles about Marshall McLuhan; reproduction of a essay of McLuhan's written while teaching at Assumption College in Windsor, Ontario (1944-1946): "Baroque vs. the Dissociation of Sensibility"; reproduction: Marshall McLuhan and Barrington Nevitt, "Cultures in the Electronic World: Can the Bottom Line Hold Quebec?", Perception (November/December 1977): 66-69.

McLuhan and Nevitt

File consists of a letter from CSWS Ltd. to Amy Nevitt Grant, daughter of H.J. Barrington Nevitt, about the royalties for his book with Marshall McLuhan, "Take Today: The Executive as Dropout" (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972)

McLuhan, Marshall

File consists of records related to Marshall McLuhan and his estate as clients of CSWS Ltd. Includes: invitation and related materials for a conference in Buenos Aires; curriculum vitae of Robert Escarpit; letter from Chris Johnson to Matie Molinaro; article clippings; programme for the 1971 Christian Culture Award from Assumption College in Windsor, Ontario of which McLuhan was the medallist; article offprint: Barrington Nevitt, "Via Media with Marshall McLuhan" Kybernetes no. 10 (1981): 235-240

McLuhan, Marshall

File consists of records related to Marshall McLuhan and his estate as clients of CSWS Ltd. Includes: letter from Mary McLuhan to Matie Molinaro; correspondence from Barrington Nevitt about his upcoming manuscript "The Communication Ecology"; correspondence from McGraw-Hill about requests for permission to cite from "Understanding Media"; reproductions of clippings about the acquisition of the McLuhan papers by the Public Archives of Canada in 1984.