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    • Aid to New Newfoundlanders '79

    • Aid to New Newfoundlanders '79 (Organization); Refugee families; Voluntarism--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's
    • The Aid to New Newfoundlanders '79 papers consist of the correspondence, minutes of meetings and newsletters of a private group which was formed in August 1979 in St. John's to sponsor a family of Southeast Asian refugees into Canada. The papers...
    • Cluett, Frances

    • Cluett, Frances, 1883-1969; Royal Newfoundland Regiment; Voluntary Aid Detachment (Great Britain); Correspondence; Nurses; World War, 1914-1918; Prisoners of war--Medical care; Volunteer work in medical care; Belleoram (N.L.)
    • This fonds consists mainly of correspondence written by Frances Cluett home to her mother, Matilda Cluett, in Belleoram, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland. The letters were written while she served as a Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) in Europe during World...
    • Miller, Florence

    • Miller, Florence, 1889-1979; Duder, Edwin F.; United Church of Canada (Topsail, N.L.); Topsail (N.L.); Diaries; Correspondence; Poetry; Greeting cards;
    • The papers of Florence Miller (1889-1979) consist primarily of daily diaries and poetry written by Miller at her home in Topsail, Newfoundland, covering the years 1928 to 1979. In addition there is a large number of short verses that she wrote and...
    • Williamson, Tony

    • Williamson, Tony (H. Anthony); Memorial University of Newfoundland. Extension Service; Labrador Inuit Association; Naskapi-Montagnais Innu Association; Fogo Island Process; Community development--Newfoundland and Labrador; Labrador...
    • The Tony Williamson papers consist of research papers, publications, correspondence, reports, diaries, notebooks, maps, audiotapes, slides and photographs. These papers were generated over a period of almost 50 years, beginning with Williamson's...
    • Johnson family

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    • The Johnson Family Papers consists of correspondence written by George Johnson and his three daughters, Sybil, Estelle, and Dorothy. George Johnson's letters were written during two periods: the first covers the years 1865 to 1870 during which he...
    • Story, George

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    • This fonds consists of the personal and professional papers of George Morley Story. It includes personal - correspondence and curriculum vitae; professional correspondence; course notes pertaining to his - studies at McGill and Oriel College,...
    • Frecker, G.A.

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    • The papers of George Alain Frecker were generated during the years 1934 to 1979 when Frecker worked with the Newfoundland Government as a public servant or served as an elected representative. Frecker had a long and distinguished career in the...
    • World War I Artifacts

    • World War, 1914-1918--Newfoundland and Labrador
    • This collection consists of: next of kin memorial plaques; medals; badges; pins; uniform items; artifacts; photographs; postcards; greeting cards; and textual items all related to the First World War. Particularly, this collection includes items...
    • Major, Kevin

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    • The fonds consists of records created and received by Kevin Major as a Canadian writer, editor and teacher between 1974 and 2014. Material includes correspondence with family, friends, writers, editors, agents and readers; contracts and royalty...
    • Dickenson, Ethel

    • Dickenson, Ethel, 1880-1918; Photographs
    • This portrait photograph of Ethel Dickenson is a prime example of the work of photographer Elsie Holloway (1882-1971), who founded the Holloway Studio Limited, St. John's, in 1908 and operated it until 1946. Elsie Holloway carried on the tradition...
    • Andrews, Donald

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    • Ledger of accounts, 1869, kept by George Andrews, Ship Cove, Port de Grave. Framed photograph, 40 x 48 cm., taken ca. 1900 by Reverend S. M. Stewart, showing house of Captain Henry V. Dawe in Port de Grave, his wife, and her niece, Flora McLachlan.

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