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1. 20 Beauty Spots of Newfoundland 20 Beauty Spots of Newfoundland Newfoundland and Labrador--Pictorial works; Humber River (N.L.)--Pictorial works Black and white photographs, including many of the Humber River. Among the nature photographs is also one of Alcock and Brown taking off from St. John's on the world's first nonstop transatlantic flight, 1919.

2. A view of the town and harbour of St. John's, 1860 A view of the town and harbour of St. John's, 1860 St. John's (N.L.)--Pictorial works; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--Pictorial works; Transatlantic cables; Niagara (Steam frigate); Gorgon (Ship); Atalanta (Brig); "Taken in commemoration of the successful laying of the Atlantic telegraph cable [showing the ships] after their return from Bay Bulls Arm, the Newfoundland terminus." - St. John's harbour as seen from Signal Hill. Shows the steamship Niagara; the steam sloop Gorgon; and the Brig of War, Atalanta.

3. Dominon of Newfoundland Dominon of Newfoundland

4. First Cathedral of Island of Newfoundland First Cathedral of Island of Newfoundland First Cathedral of Island of Newfoundland. -- Located on site of present Star of the Sea Association 18729

5. Fuge, Fred T. Fuge, Fred T.

6. Fuge, Fred T. Fuge, Fred T.

7. Heroes of Gommecourt who gathered new glory at Monchy-le-Preux Heroes of Gommecourt who gathered new glory at Monchy-le-Preux Great Britain. Army. Newfoundland Regiment, 1st Three photographs of the Newfoundland Regiment at Monchy-le-Preux in France during World War I.

8. John Guy encounter with Beothuks John Guy encounter with Beothuks Guy, John, d. 1629?; Beothuk Indians; Newfoundland and Labrador--History--Pictorial works Though often attributed to Theodore de Bry (who died in 1598), he did not create it. It was created and published by Merian, who inherited the de Bry publishing business when he married Theodore's granddaughter. This scene depicts John Guy and his men interacting with Beothuk Indians in Newfoundland. The exchange of European goods for native handiwork is shown in the foreground, and is a portrayal of Guy's successful contact with the Beothuk at Bull Arm in 1612, which featured the exchange of gifts and a meal together. The text that accompanied the image when it was first published is a German translation of John Guy's description of the meeting. The image was first published in 1628 in the German version of Volume XIII of the Americae series.

9. Le retour des "Terre-Neuvas" a Saint-Malo Le retour des "Terre-Neuvas" a Saint-Malo Cod fisheries--France--Saint-Malo A photo montage of French fishermen returning to Saint-Malo after cod fishing on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland.

10. Memorial University - Aerial View Memorial University - Aerial View Memorial University - Aerial View Looking North

11. Memorial University - Aerial View Memorial University - Aerial View Memorial University - Aerial View Looking South

12. Mermaid in St. John's Harbour Mermaid in St. John's Harbour Mermaids--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's This scene depicts three mermaids in St. John's Harbour, interacting with men onshore and on ship.

13. New Legislative Assembly. Newfoundland. (The Speaker putting the question.) New Legislative Assembly. Newfoundland. (The Speaker putting the question.) Newfoundland. House of Assembly; Political cartoons; Newfoundland and Labrador--Politics and government--19th century--Caricatures and cartoons Caption: "As many as are of that opinion say...Bow! Of the contrary...Wow! The Bows have it." -- An 1832 political cartoon by John Doyle, an Irish-born artist and political caricaturist who lived and worked in London, signed with his caricaturist's pen name "H.B." Likely inspired by the recent agitation for Representative Government, which was in fact granted later that year, it portrays the potential Newfoundland Legislature as a pack of dogs. (Kenneth Baker, "Doyle, John," Oxford Dictionary of National Biography; John Edward FitzGerald, "Religion and Politics, 1829-1890," Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Website (2001).)

14. Newfoundland gunners help to guard the 'Old Country' Newfoundland gunners help to guard the 'Old Country' World War, 1939-1945--Artillery operations A photograph of Newfoundlanders manning an artillery piece with their unit during World War II.

15. North Star Cement North Star Cement

16. Panorama of St. John's, Newfoundland Panorama of St. John's, Newfoundland Panoramas--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's A 360-degree panoramic view of St. John's and the harbour, made up of several different images put together. The seams are visible when viewing. The starting frame features a title cartouche.

17. Panoramic view of Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, 1879 Panoramic view of Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, 1879 Harbour Grace (N.L.)--Pictorial works; Panoramas--Newfoundland and Labrador--Harbour Grace Scale not given. Bird's eye view. Relief shown pictorially. Includes index to major buildings. -- Also included here is a digitally cleaned version by Klaus Hye-Knudsen, 2013; black and white, with the stains removed.

18. Panoramic view of St. John's, Newfoundland, 1879 Panoramic view of St. John's, Newfoundland, 1879 St. John's (N.L.)--Pictorial works; Panoramas--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's Original version: United States : s.n., ca. 1879. Not to scale (W 52°42'37"--W 52°41'00"/N 47°34'30"--N 47°33'10"). Bird's eye view. Relief shown pictorially. Includes index to major buildings. Inset: Colonial Building.

19. Postcard - King's Beach, St. John's (ca 1780) Postcard - King's Beach, St. John's (ca 1780)

20. Postcard - Newfoundland Cod Fishery (early 18th century) Postcard - Newfoundland Cod Fishery (early 18th century)
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