IODE National One-Act Play Competition1923-1936
Offered by the national chapter of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire for an unpublished one-act play, preferably about Canadian life. British subjects living in Canada were eligible. Winners received a cash prize and had their works published in the official IODE magazine Echoes.
The National Chapter of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire
|Year/Année||Author/Auteur||Winning work/Oeuvre primée|
|1923||George E. Clough||The Striker||1924||T. M. Morrow||Coincidence||1925||Mazo de la Roche||Low Life||1926||Isabel Eccleston Mackay||Treasure||1927||Merton Staffore Threlfall||Two Tricks in Diamonds||1928||No Winner||N/A||1929||Don Wetmore||The House of Laval||1930||Lois Reynolds||Open Doors||1931||Ivy Maison||Circumstantial Evidence
||1931||Ralph S. Morton||Gold Mad||1932||Mary W. Brooks||Whirr of Wings||1933||Miriam Stein||Retribution||1934||No Winner||N/A||1935||?||?||1936||Emily Leavens||Remembering|