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1. Boys to explore Newfoundland Boys to explore Newfoundland Levick, Murray; Visits to Newfoundland; Education--Students A report announcing that English schoolboys from the major public schools will be travelling to Newfoundland to map uncharted areas and collect specimens for the British Museum.

2. Britain's oldest colony sends her sons to serve Britain's oldest colony sends her sons to serve Military Matters-World War II A one-page article about how Newfoundlanders are contributing to Britian's war effort as sailors and lumbermen, 1939-40.

3. World Progress Vol.5 October 31, 1932 World Progress Vol.5 October 31, 1932 World Progress Vol.5 October 31, 1932

4. Yank - June 1944 Yank - June 1944 Yank - June 1944

5. France and Newfoundland France and Newfoundland Fisheries--Jurisdiction--International; France, relations with; Treaties A short discussion of the French Shore problem.

6. France and Newfoundland France and Newfoundland British Empire; France, relations with; Treaties A short discussion of the French Shore problem, including the recent bait and lobster-tinning disagreements.

7. In snowbound Newfoundland American bombers await their turn to be flown across the Atlantic In snowbound Newfoundland American bombers await their turn to be flown across the Atlantic Transport-Aviation; Military matters-World War II A short article about American bombers being ferried over to Great Britain via Newfoundland during World War II.

8. Airisms from the four winds : the "Bremen" Airisms from the four winds : the "Bremen" A short note about the abandoned aircraft Bremen on Greenly Island, Labrador.

9. TinTin 2 Mar 1961 TinTin 2 Mar 1961 TinTin 1961-03-02

10. The Standard, September 27, 1941 The Standard, September 27, 1941 The Standard, September27, 1941

11. Travel 1933-06 Travel 1933-06 Travel 1933-06

12. The Atlantic flight; The trans-atlantic flight; Newfoundland to the Azores The Atlantic flight; The trans-atlantic flight; Newfoundland to the Azores Hawker, Harry George; Mackenzie-Grieve, Kenneth; Transport--Aviation Three picture essays on transatlantic flights. The first two are about Mackenzie-Grieve and Hawker's failed flight from Newfoundland to Ireland in May 1919. The third is about the successful American flying boat trip from Newfoundland to the Azores by Lieutenant-Commander Read that same month.

13. What the royal tour has demanded of the Queen What the royal tour has demanded of the Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain; Voyages A map showing part of the route taken by Queen Elizabeth II during her 1953 Commonwealth tour, including event listings. The presence of Gander, Newfoundland on the map is solely as a refueling point.

14. Cod-liver oil Cod-liver oil Fishery by-products An article about Newfoundland's cod liver oil industry, describing procedures at a Portugal Cove factory.

15. Chasse à la baleine dans les environs de Terre-Neuve Chasse à la baleine dans les environs de Terre-Neuve Fisheries-Whales and whaling Pictures of a whale hunt near Newfoundland, with a description of the harpooning process.

16. Travel 1927-04 Travel 1927-04 Travel 1927-04

17. The Ponnier scouting biplane The Ponnier scouting biplane A detailed examination of France's Ponnier biplane.

18. La chasse aux phoques à Terre-Neuve La chasse aux phoques à Terre-Neuve Fisheries--Seals and sealing A coloured engraving of a Newfoundland seal hunt.

19. Your Government Reports To You 1950 Your Government Reports To You 1950 Your Government Reports To You 1950

20. La pupille de François de la Roque : histoire complete La pupille de François de la Roque : histoire complete Roberval, Marguerite de; Literature--Fiction A fictional account of the life of Marguerite de la Roque, who was marooned on an unknown island in Atlantic Canada in 1542; it is believed by some to be Fogo Island, Newfoundland. The story takes significant licence with the known facts. (Kathleen M. Winter, "Roque, Marguerite de la," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 4, p. 634-5.)
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