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Matching Articles"Writers" (Total 53)
Singers and Songwriters
Newfoundlanders have always been topical in their songwriting, fashioning lyrics to reflect their lives and their communities...
Susan Ingersoll (?-)
Biography about the writer and poet, Susan Ingersoll
Tom Dawe (1940-)
Biography on the writer and poet, Tom Dawe
W. Irving (1901-1984)
Biography of the writer and poet, Irving W Fogwill
À l'âge de 15 ans, Arthur Scammell (1913-1995) a écrit l'une des plus célèbres et impérissables chansons folkloriques de Terre-Neuve.
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.
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.
Why Isn't Dora Russell Better Known?
The life and papers of Dora (Oake) Russell (1912-1986), teacher, editor, columnist and writer
Dora Russell (1912-1986)
Biography of Dora Russell (1912-1986).
A Lifetime of Writing
The story of Stella Maris (Meaney) Whelan (1910-1998), civil servant and witness to the important events surrounding Confederation.
Margot Rhys Davies and the Second World War
A profile of Margot Rhys Davies (192?-1972), actor, broadcaster and poet.
Turn of the Century Journalist
About the life of journalist Patrick Raymond Bowers.
Archives Contain Little-Known Manuscript
A chronicle of the life and works of Patrick William Browne (1864-1937), priest, teacher and writer
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