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    • Roberts, Edward

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    • In 1986, Edward M. Roberts donated his political papers to Memorial University of Newfoundland for deposit in the Archives and Special Collections. - The papers document Roberts' involvement in political life, mainly in Newfoundland, from 1963 to...
    • Morgan, M.O.

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    • M. O. Morgan spent most of his working life as a professor or administrator at Memorial University of Newfoundland. His official papers, documenting - his tenures as dean, vice-president and president of the university, are housed with Memorial's...
    • The Muse, vol. 21, no. 08 (06 November 1970)

    • Memorial University of Newfoundland--Students--Periodicals; College students--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Periodicals; College student newspapers and periodicals--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's
    • The student newspaper of Memorial University of Newfoundland, providing coverage of not only university life but also national and international news relating to students.
    • St. John's Daily Star, 1917-07-13

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The St. John's Daily Star was published daily except Sunday between 17 April 1915 - 23 July 1921. -- Not published: 30 May - 09 June 1918, 11-12 July 1919. In process: September-December 1919, July 1921.
    • The Newfoundland Colonist, vol. 07, no. 072 (28 March 1892)

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • The Colonist, vol. 03, no. 073 (29 March 1888)

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Evening Telegram (St. John's, N.L.), 1902-05-07

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The Evening Telegram began publication in St. John's on 3 April 1879 and remains in print today under the title The Telegram. It was published daily except Sunday through to 1958, the frequency changing thereafter. -- The total collection has been...
    • 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...
    • The Colonist, vol. 05, no. 115 (20 May 1890)

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Neary, Stephen

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    • In July 1985 Stephen Aloysius Neary granted to Memorial University of Newfoundland all of his political papers dealing with his career as a provincial politician - from 1962 to 1985. The Collection included mostly correspondence, but it also...
    • The Colonist, vol. 06, no. 058 (11 March 1891)

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Evening Telegram (St. John's, N.L.), 1910-06-18

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The Evening Telegram began publication in St. John's on 3 April 1879 and remains in print today under the title The Telegram. It was published daily except Sunday through to 1958, the frequency changing thereafter. -- The total collection has been...

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