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Matching Articles"Archives And Special Collections" (Total 62)
Archival Collection Captures the Essence of the Creator of Uncle Mose
An introduction to the life and works of Ted Russell (1904-1977), teacher, politician and writer.
Christmas Cards Had a Personal Touch
A profile of Harold Berwick Goodridge (1901-1989), teacher and painter.
Nightingale of the North
An account of the life of Georgina Ann Stirling (1866-1935), Newfoundland's first professional opera singer.
Going From Bishop Feild to Broadway
Biography of war verteran and writer John Murray Anderson
Newell Collection is a Coleridge Scholar's Dream
An introduction to the Isaac Newell (1917-1977) collection containing 161 works by and about Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his circle.
John Murray Anderson and Broadway
A sketch of the life of John Murray Anderson (1886-1954), Broadway producer and Hollywood director.
Collection Contains Memorabilia From One of Newfoundland's Best Novelists
A look at Margaret Duley (1894-1968), Newfoundland novelist
Newfoundland Writer was a Success at Home and Abroad
An outline of the life of Edwin Francis Duder (1908-1980), journalist, film editor and poet.
Phebe Florence Miller: Writer, Nature Lover, Patron of the Arts
The story of Phebe Florence Miller (1889-1979), writer, nature lover, patron of the arts
When Clarenville was the Colas Capital of Newfoundland
A brief history of colas plant in Clarenville, Newfoundland, and of Terence O'Meara who oversaw its construction.
Launching a Distinctly Newfoundland Book
A glimpse into the career of James P. Howley (1847-1918), one of Newfoundland's most important geologists of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Archives Holds Famed Naturalist's Drawings of Newfoundland Birds
An introduction to the collection of the original pencil drawings of Newfoundland birds done by Roger Tory Peterson during the 1940s.
Whatever Happened to the Effie M. Morrissey
The story of the schooner Effie M. Morrissey, which for nearly 20 years took Capt. Bob Bartlett and teams of scientists to the Arctic.
Journal Provides Glimpse of Dangers at Sea
The life of Lieut. Howard Douglas and his account of the wreck of the British ship Phillis off the southwest coast of Newfoundland in October 1795.
Drawn by the Lure of Labrador
The story of the tragic 1903 Hubbard Expedition into the Labrador interior, and an overview of the career of Dillon Wallace.
William Keen Witnessed the Capture of St. John's
An outline of the efforts of William Keen to establish a judicial system in Newfoundland in the early 18th century.
Committed to Responsible Government
A portrait of the life of Albert Boyle Butt (1904-1989), organizer, politician and ardent supporter of responsible government.
Bond's Political Career Winds Down
The fourth and final part of a series on the life and times of Sir Robert Bond, one of the most influential politicians in Newfoundland history.
No Doubt About It - The "Bows" Have It!
An explanation of the 1832 cartoon of the Newfoundland House of Assembly by noted British caricaturist John Doyle.
Death on the Ice: The Story That Had to be Told
An introduction to the papers of writer Cassie Brown (1919-1986) dealing with her work Death on the Ice and the 1914 sealing disaster.
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