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61. The Curtis Academy Magazine (June 1944) The Curtis Academy Magazine (June 1944) Curtis Academy (St. John's, N.L.)--Periodicals; School prose--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Periodicals; School verse--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Periodicals Opened in 1943, The Curtis Academy was a United Church school for boys and girls in St. John's. Its magazine was published beginning in 1944 and contains both school news and creative writing. The 1960 issue, retitled Curtis Annual, was commemorative and includes historical information. The institution was reduced to elementary programs only by the 1960s and the building itself was destroyed by fire in 1975. (Wayne C. Stockwood, "Curtis Academy," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 1, 578)

62. The Curtis Academy Magazine (June 1946) The Curtis Academy Magazine (June 1946) Curtis Academy (St. John's, N.L.)--Periodicals; School prose--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Periodicals; School verse--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Periodicals Opened in 1943, The Curtis Academy was a United Church school for boys and girls in St. John's. Its magazine was published beginning in 1944 and contains both school news and creative writing. The 1960 issue, retitled Curtis Annual, was commemorative and includes historical information. The institution was reduced to elementary programs only by the 1960s and the building itself was destroyed by fire in 1975. (Wayne C. Stockwood, "Curtis Academy," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 1, 578)

63. The Curtis Academy Magazine (June 1956) The Curtis Academy Magazine (June 1956) Curtis Academy (St. John's, N.L.)--Periodicals; School prose--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Periodicals; School verse--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--Periodicals Opened in 1943, The Curtis Academy was a United Church school for boys and girls in St. John's. Its magazine was published beginning in 1944 and contains both school news and creative writing. The 1960 issue, retitled Curtis Annual, was commemorative and includes historical information. The institution was reduced to elementary programs only by the 1960s and the building itself was destroyed by fire in 1975. (Wayne C. Stockwood, "Curtis Academy," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 1, 578)

64. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 01 (Summer-Autumn 1962) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 01 (Summer-Autumn 1962) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

65. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 41 (Spring-Summer 1982) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 41 (Spring-Summer 1982) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

66. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 03 (Summer 1963) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 03 (Summer 1963) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

67. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 04 (Autumn 1963) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 04 (Autumn 1963) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

68. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 05 (Spring 1964) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 05 (Spring 1964) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

69. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 08 (Autumn 1965) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 08 (Autumn 1965) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

70. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 06 (Autumn 1964) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 06 (Autumn 1964) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

71. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 02 (Winter-Spring 1962-1963) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 02 (Winter-Spring 1962-1963) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

72. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 07 (Spring 1965) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 07 (Spring 1965) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

73. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 40 (Autumn 1981) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 40 (Autumn 1981) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

74. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 11 (Spring 1967) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 11 (Spring 1967) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

75. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 12 (Autumn 1967) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 12 (Autumn 1967) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

76. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 39 (Spring-Summer 1981) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 39 (Spring-Summer 1981) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

77. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 14 (Autumn 1968) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 14 (Autumn 1968) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

78. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 15 (Spring 1969) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 15 (Spring 1969) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

79. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 16 (Autumn 1969) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 16 (Autumn 1969) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)

80. New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 20 (Autumn 1971) New-Land Magazine : short stories, vol. 20 (Autumn 1971) Short stories; Newfoundland and Labrador--Fiction P.J. Wakeham (1910-1990) was one of Newfoundland's most prolific writers. In addition to his many other works he also edited the New-Land Magazine, a publication featuring Newfoundland-themed short stories, most of which he wrote himself. Having begun in 1962, publication ceased with his death, the final volume being issued posthumously by Wakeham's daughter Jean Wakeham Hall. The publication's Newfoundland focus was made explicit from Autumn 1968 on when "Newfoundland Stories" was emblazoned across every cover. The material ranges in style from historical adventure to ghost stories and the comedic. Notable from Autumn 1970 onwards are the recurring adventures of fictional former outport resident "Jarge of Crinkle Cove," which was also added to the magazine's cover the following volume. (Jean Wakeham Hall, "Tribute," vol. 50, inside cover; Allison C. Bates, "Wakeham, Pius Joseph, 1910-1990," Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, vol. 5, p. 496.)
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