F0520 - Knowlton Nash fonds


Series Number:S00476
Series Title:Subject files on broadcast journalism
Extent:0.54 metres of textual materials
Scope and Content: Series consists of documents created or accumulated by Knowlton Nash as a result of his involvement with various organizations, or his work as a journalist before and after his career with the CBC. Files pertain to: Washington through Canadian eyes, a newsletter written and published by Nash from 1958 to 1959; the United States election of 1966 and the last electoral campaign of Robert Kennedy in June 1968; job offers during the 1960s; the Canadian Business Hall of Fame; relations between Canada and the United States during the 1990s; Quebec sovereignty between 1991 and 1995; the Canadian Institute of International Affairs; Nash's work as Chair of the Advisory Council for the Canadian Organization for Development Through Education (CODE); correspondence regarding Christmas functions held by Knowlton and Lorraine Thomson Nash; his work as spokesperson for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the Developing Countries Farm Radio Network; Nash's work as a Director of the Gordon Sinclair Foundation; creation of the Knowlton Nash Prize in Journalism, 2000; his involvement with the National Speakers Bureau from 1987 to 2006; the Toronto Arts Award and Word on the Street; columns for the Osprey Media Group and The Globe and Mail; Nash's relationship with the University of Regina, School of Journalism and Communications from 1981 to 2005 (including his teaching notes for 1992-1993); awards presented to Knowlton Nash, including his honorary doctorate from York University in 2005; and general research notes on media.

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