File 2010-040/082(18) - McLuhan, Marshall

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McLuhan, Marshall

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2010-040/082(18)

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  • 1981-1984 (Creation)

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1 folder of textual records

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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.

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