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; undated original letter by Marshall McLuhan addressed to his parents and brother Red, written whilst in England; research notes related to the "Letters of Marshall McLuhan" book project; two book proposals by Dr. W. A Hurst and Colin Hayes, inspired by the work of Marshall McLuhan: "Near Point Factor" and "Save Our Children's Mind".
File consists of correspondence and drafts of articles by Marshall McLuhan sent to Corinne McLuhan from C. Carroll Hollis, professor of English at the University of North Carolina. Includes: early draft of an essay titled "The Southern Quarterly", subsequently published in The Sewanee Review, (Summer 1947); manuscript titled "Introduction to the Character"; carbon copy of an essay, "A Strategy for an English School".
File consists of assorted works by Osler: book proposal, "Rupert's Land Before and After Joining Confederation"; essay, "The Day Riel Bore Arms for Canada"; play, "Reflections in Florence" in printed and braille text.
File consists of headshot photographs and resumes for clients of CSWS Ltd.: Ronald Chudley, Irene Balser, Richard Bidlake, Peter Boretski, Jeannie Carson, Colin Fox, Neil Freeman, Corinne Langston, Mary Long, Biff McGuire, George R. Robertson, Diane Stapley, Chris Higgins
File consists of records related to Marshall McLuhan and his estate as clients of CSWS Ltd. Includes: annotated book contract with Fitzhenry & Whiteside Limited for project with Sorel Etrog; fascmile of book contract for "Counterblast" written with Harley Parker; correspondence from Air Canada to CSWS Ltd. regarding McLuhan's travel on the airline; royalty statement for the Brazilian edition of "From Cliche to Archetype".
File consists of scripts for "Escape Toward", "Whiskey on the Whoop Up", "The Year the Meadowlark Health Club Won the City Handball Championship"; list of biographical highlights; copyright registration for "Escape Toward"; reproduction of the VHS cover for "The Dawson Patrol", a film starring Robertson.
File consists of records related to Marshall McLuhan and his estate as clients of CSWS Ltd. Includes: promotional material from Environmental Communications along with proposal and correspondence for a television series; Mary McLuhan's proposal for the Marshall McLuhan Center for Communications located in California; reproduction of the article "Roy Campbell and Wyndham Lewis" by D. S. J. Parsons, Papers on Language & Literature, vol. 7, no. 4; two essays by Derrick de Kerckhove: "McLuhan on Chesterton" and "The Electronic Aura".
File consists of research notes and reproductions of correspondence of Marshall McLuhan related to the book project, "Letters of Marshall McLuhan". Also included is correspondence from November 2006 with attorney Ian Mang about the resolution of the dispute with Janine Marchessault.
File consists records related to Marshall McLuhan as a client of CSWS Ltd. Includes: list of material to be added to the McLuhan bibliography; correspondence and articles/research reports undertaken as Director of the Centre for Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto.
File consists of children's book manuscripts written by Patricia Robins with photographs of illustrations by Shirley Day. Includes: "Flame in the Forest", "Bubble of Fire", "Birthday Star" and "A Tale of No Tail".
File consists of correspondence between Molinaro and publishers about Barris' books; Barris' curriculum vitae; promotional headshot photograph; book outline for Other Days; transcript of a lecture given by Barris.