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121. France. Archives de la Marine: Documents France. Archives de la Marine: Documents Five documents concerning the French codfishery on the coast of Newfoundland: muster-roll of the schooner la Comtesse de Medine, September 10, 1790; annual report of ships from the port of St. Malo at the Newfoundland, Grand Bank and St. Pierre codfishery during 1784; permit to occupy L'Anse a Bois on the west coast of Newfoundland, 1829; blank application form for the drawing of places to occupy on the Newfoundland coast, from the port of Saint-Servan under the regulation of November 21, 1821; 'Instructions' for Captains going to the Newfoundland codfishery, Versailles, l'Imprimerie Royale, 1789. OMF-027

122. Woods Labour Board Woods Labour Board Five ledgers containing the Minutes of the Woods Labour Board from its inception, March 26, 1940, to its dissolution, April 25, 1958. Includes signed copies of annual agreements among its members: Anglo-Newfoundland Development Company, Ltd., Bowaters Newfoundland Pulp and Paper Mills, Ltd., Fishermen's Protective Union, Newfoundland Labourers' Union, Newfoundland Lumbermen's Association, Workers' Central Protective Union, and representatives othe two concerned provincial departments, latterly Labour and Mines and Resources. One file of miscellaneous correspondence, 1948-1958. COLL-110

123. Ellis, Harold F. Ellis, Harold F. Five letters of commendation, six photographs and one clipping concerning Ellis's employment as a supervisor in various capacities at Pepperrell Air Force Base (USA), St. John's, Nfld. MF-177

124. Brown Family Brown Family Real property--Great Britain--Colonies--Newfoundland and Labrador; Brown family--Correspondence; Legal documents; Land settlement--Newfoundland and Labrador--Bonavista; Newfoundland and Labrador--History Fonds comprises legal documents and letters concerning the holdings of the Brown family, planters, of Bonavista, Newfoundland, 1780-1821. MF-010

125. Neighbourhood Dance Works Neighbourhood Dance Works Fonds consists of material relating to the activities of Neighbourhood Dance Works including classes, workshops, performances, and administrative concerns, dating 1989-2010, predominantly 1989-2001. Fonds consists of promotional material related to the administration of Neighbourhood Dance Works, including correspondence; financial records; documents related to grant applications; newspaper articles and production and programming notes. Much of the material relates to the Festival of New Dance, including programs, promotional material (advertisements, media coverage); reviews; performers' biographies; and programming and production notes. The fonds also consists of photographic and audio visual (2 U-matic video cassettes) material. COLL-391

126. Newfoundland. Dept. of Education Newfoundland. Dept. of Education Form letter (dated May 25, 1939) from H. L. Pottle, Chairman of the Board of Examiners for Summer School informing applicants of acceptance to summer school. MF-267

127. Murray, Alexander Murray, Alexander Form letter from the Canadian Institute giving notice of his election as a member, July 9, 1855. MF-073

128. Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty Association. Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty Association. Four buttons which were distributed in anticipation of a strike by Memorial University faculty and librarians. MF-284

129. Kelland, Donald Kelland, Donald Four photographs of the ceremonial arches in front of St. John's City Hall and Government House for the Royal Visit of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, June 1983. MF-200

130. Adams, Lawrence Adams, Lawrence Methodism--Newfoundland and Labrador--History; Lumsden, James, 1854-1915 Four typescript essays by Lawrence Adams, brickmaker, of Milton, Trinity Bay on the: 'History of Methodism, 1765-1925'; 'History of Random North Methodist Charge'; - 'The Early Church of Newfoundland'; and 'The Reverend James Lumsden'. MF-145

131. Willard De Lue papers Willard De Lue papers Fourteen columns from the Boston Daily Globe, July 1948, in which De Lue describes his travels in Newfoundland on the eve of the Confederation referendum and views its problems and potential through American eyes. MF-233

132. Bruton, Francis Archibald Bruton, Francis Archibald Francis Archibald Bruton, 1860-1930, naturalist. This collection consists of a manuscript of an article entitled 'Cormack's List of the Plants of Newfoundland', apparently written by Bruton for a St. John's newspaper. - MF-199

133. Tucker, Maud Tucker, Maud Frank "Mayo" Lind is one of the most recognizable names of all the Newfoundlanders who - participated in - World War I. His nickname "Mayo" resulted from a remark in one of his letters, which were published in - the St. John's newspaper <italic>The Daily News</italic>, concerning the lack of tobacco available to the - Newfoundlanders stationed in Scotland in 1915. That remark resulted in six separate campaigns in - Newfoundland to raise money to purchase local tobacco products to send to the Newfoundland troops, - free of charge. Mayo was the brand name of one of the tobacco products manufactured by the Imperial - Tobacco Company in St. John's. This small fonds includes three letters written to Maud Tucker of St. - Phillip's, Newfoundland, a friend of Lind's. There is a letter written to Lind by Tucker on May 27, 1916, - returned, unopened, with "MISSING Casualty Verified" stamped on the envelope. Lind was killed at - Beaumont Hamel, the opening allied offensive in the Battle of the Somme, July 1, 1916. - - This fonds also contains a postcard of an ice berg Tucker addressed to Lind, but possibly did not send, a - copy of a postcard addressed to Tucker from 1909 and a small scrapbook containing mainly clippings - from local papers (glued in and loose) concerning Newfoundland and World War I. There are some - written notes in the scrapbook in Tucker's hand. MF-352

134. O'Neil, Frankie O'Neil, Frankie Frankie O'Neill has been involved with theatre in Newfoundland since the 1950s, as a performer in stage and film productions, as well as a theatre reviewer. During the 1980s and early 1990s, she reviewed local productions for the CBC Radio programs The Morning Show and Weekend AM and read these on air. As well, in the latter part of the 1980s she wrote a review column for The Evening Telegram newspaper called "Stage Whispers." Most of the plays reviewed were St. John's and Stephenville Festival productions but she also spent several seasons in London, England and reviewed plays there for her Telegram column. The files of reviews also contain notes made during performances, related programs, press releases, newspaper clippings and some correspondence. In 1992, she was chair of the Board of Directors of the Resource Centre for the Arts when a minor catastrophe arose over scheduling difficulties; this incident is documented in the papers. This collection would be of interest to those researching theatre history and theatre administration. COLL-123

135. Rowe, Frederick. Dr. Frederick Rowe Fonds Rowe, Frederick. Dr. Frederick Rowe Fonds Rowe, Frederick William, 1912-1994; Newfoundland. House of Assembly; Canada. Senate; Correspondence; Photographs; Legislators--Newfoundland and Labrador; Politicians--Newfoundland and Labrador; Education--Newfoundland and Labrador; Newfoundland and Labrador--History Frederick W. Rowe's involvement in the political life of Newfoundland encompasses the first four decades following Confederation with Canada in 1949. He has documented that involvement through the materials contained in this collection. It includes extensive constituency correspondence from his years as Member of the House of Assembly for Labrador (1952-1956), White Bay South (1956-1966) and Grand Falls (1966-1971). There is documentation relating to his responsibilities in a number of Cabinet portfolios, including Education, Highways and Finance. The is also material from his years as a Newfoundland member of the Canadian Senate (1971-1987). COLL-077; ASC-EAD0012

136. Underdown, John Underdown, John From 1701 to 1713 England and France were engaged in another of their many wars, - this one known in Europe as the War of the Spanish Succession, and in North America as - Queen Anne's War. The war caused many problems for those involved in the Newfoundland - fishery, especially the fishermen and other residents who lived in the communities that had - grown up around the Newfoundland coasts. French raids and destruction of property were - commonplace, as the French could easily send raiding parties from their headquarters at - Placentia to English settlements on the eastern Avalon Peninsula and in Conception, Trinity - and Bonavista bays. English settlers estimated the cost of destruction of their property for 1705 - as 188,000 sterling. - - In an effort to curb this destruction and retaliate against the French, the British made several - attempts to destroy French property and possessions. In 1702 forces under the command of - Captain John Leake destroyed French fishing properties at Trepassey, St. Mary's, Colonet and - St. Lawrence and the fort at St. Pierre. An attempt on the fort at Placentia was unsuccessful. In - 1707, Captain John Underdown, the Commodore of the Newfoundland station, was ordered to - proceed north past Bonavista Bay to Notre Dame Bay and the eastern coast of the Great - Northern Peninsula, an area known as the Petit Nord where the French conducted a very - lucrative fishery. He was instructed to destroy French fishing premises and capture or destroy - their ships. - - Underdown was relatively successful in his mission. This collection contains his report on that - mission, providing details on the places visited and various encounters with the enemy. It - should prove of interest to those researching the military history of Newfoundland, particularly - English-French encounters during Queen Anne's War. MF-336

137. Morry family Morry family Genealogical material on the Morry family of Ferryland, including a letter to Matthew Morry from H.J.Holdsworth, of Dartmouth, concerning his property in Ferryland, February 4, 1858. MF-070

138. Rouse, Oliver Rouse, Oliver Genealogical notes on Rouse family, (n.d.), 11 frames; Rouse family papers, (1846-1891), 41 frames; Oliver Rouse diary, (1846-1850), 186 frames. OMF-045

139. Bond, Rev. George Bond, Rev. George George Bond spent his working life as a clergyman in the Methodist Church in Newfoundland and - in Canada. Most of the materials contained in this collection reflect his work in the church. There are over - 200 sermons, messages to congregations, and copies of various articles and essays which reflect his - involvement with a number of church publications. There is an eclectic array of memorabilia of the - Methodist church in Newfoundland and various items that Bond collected during a missionary visit to - China in 1907-1908. -
</br> - Bond family members were prolific letter writers. The collection contains an interesting collection of - correspondence between the various members. In particular there are letters from Lucy Bond to her - husband, George, which provide fresh insights into life in St. John's. On a sadder note, they also - document an apparent breakdown suffered by Lucy Bond in 1886 and her subsequent treatment in - Scotland. - There is a variety of material from other members of the Bond family including financial records, wills, prints - and scrapbooks. There are also a large number of photographs, glass slides, and glass negatives of - family members in Newfoundland, and of visits to the Holy Land, China and Japan. - - George Bond was also a writer, both of fiction and non-fiction. The collection contains drafts of books, - short stories, speeches, essays and lectures, for both published and unpublished works. - This collection should prove useful to students of history, theology, literature, and social studies. In - addition to their Christian theology and - philosophy, George Bond's sermons, in particular, reveal thoughtful insights into contemporary events of - the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

140. Bartlett, George Bartlett, George George E. Bartlett, District Inspector, Newfoundland Constabulary, ca. 1900. - This collection consists of a fragment of a diary kept by a member of the Newfoundland Constabulary while engaged in enforcing the Bait Act on - board the SS Fiona in Fortune Bay. - - MF-219
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