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341. Miller, Raymond H. Miller, Raymond H. This fonds consists mainly of photographs of St. John's and Argentia during World War II, taken or collected by Raymond Miller, an American serviceman. The fonds includes an inland fishing licence issued to Miller by the Newfoundland Government in 1945 and a Zippo lighter case depicting the USS Cabot. MF-364

342. Miss Lefroy collection Miss Lefroy collection A letter from Major William Howe Greene, author of 'Wooden Walls among the Ice Floes', defending his writing and the sealers against world-wide anti-sealing criticism. Also a typewritten carbon copy, with manuscript notes of 'Jowler Zeb: an epic poem of the ice floe and a sealer's yarn'. MF-046

343. Mission Church Men's Guild (St. John's, Nfld.: Anglican). Mission Church Men's Guild (St. John's, Nfld.: Anglican). Journal of the proceedings of the Guild during its first two years. The Mission Church later became the Church of St. Michael and all Angels. MF-176

344. Moir, John Moir, John Notes and correspondence pertaining to articles for the Dictionary of Canadian Biography and juvenile biography in MacMillan's 'Great Stories of Canada' series, on the subject of the Kirke Family. MF-181

345. Montaqu, John Montaqu, John Admiral John Montagu's personal papers may exist in an archives, library or personal collection. The major source of information about him, however, comes from public - records: government, naval, vital statistics. This collection contains one item, a letter from Montagu to a Captain Talbot issuing formal instructions for Talbot to follow. It provides little - information, except to provide Montagu's full title and commission at that particular time: Rear Admiral of the Blue and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Ships and Vessels - Employ[ed] and to be employ'd in the River St. Lawrence and along the Coasts of Nova Scotia, the Islands of St. John and Cape Breton and thence to Cape Florida and the - Bahama Islands. - - - MF-335

346. Moore, Dorothea May Moore, Dorothea May Transcripts of letters received from her father Edward C. Moore, Professor of Theology and History at Harvard, during the summer of 1905 when he accompanied Dr. Wilfred Grenfell on the MV Strathcona to Labrador. An autographed letter from Grenfell, 1908, and two letters from Dr. Charles E. Parsons, Medical Director, Notre Dame Bay Memorial Hospital, Twillingate, 1928-1929. MF-157

347. Moore, Francis Moore, Francis Payroll document to certify that the Reverend David Rowland fulfilled his obligation as chaplain, June 25 to December 24, 1813. MF-068

348. Moravian Church Moravian Church Reise Diarium nach und von Terra Labrador in North America derer 4 bruder Mathes Kuntz, Friedrick Post, J. C. Krum und George Golkowsky vom 16 Mai 1752, bis 28 November 1752. Journal [kept by Elijah Goffe, seaman who assumed command] of the ill-fated first Moravian expedition to Labrador. MF-104

349. Moravian Church Moravian Church Twenty-three prints from a large collection of glass slides used by the Hopedale Moravian Mission for education and entertainment. MF-205

350. Moravian Church, Hebron Moravian Church, Hebron Plans and description of the mission house at Hebron, Labrador. MF-163

351. Morgan, Bernice Morgan, Bernice The Bernice Morgan collection consists of the original manuscript which eventually was published - as two separate novels, Random Passage and Waiting for Time. This collection also contains the draft manuscripts - and galley proofs for Random Passage as well as newspaper - clippings and research material regarding the Newfoundland fishery and Newfoundland history. There is a - small amount of material relating to - women's issues. - - This collection would be of interest to researchers in the fields of literature, history and publishing. - - COLL-264

352. Morgan, G. Lloyd Morgan, G. Lloyd Personal correspondence, sermons and church related material; Grenfell Association of Great Britain and Ireland calendar from the early 1930s containing many period photographs. MF-252

353. Morgan, Herbert B. Morgan, Herbert B. Correspondence and documents relating to Canadian jurisdiction over the Continental Shelf. MF-274

354. Morgan, M.O. Morgan, M.O. 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 records and archives service. The materials contained in this collection - constitute his private and personal papers. Naturally there is some overlap, as Morgan kept personal copies of his reports to convocation, and other reports and - newspaper clippings related to the university. For the most part, however, this material documents his private life and interests. - The collection contains a small amount of family records and material documenting his personal interests. There are lecture notes and other records from his - university studies at Dalhousie and Oxford universities. There are copies of speeches, essays and articles, many dealing with aspects of Memorial University. There are - items dealing with his interest in the Newfoundland Confederation debate during 1948-1949, and the constitutional debate in Canada, 1989-1992; his membership on - the boards of the Joseph R. Smallwood Heritage Foundation and Newfoundland Hydro; his service on the royal commission into the sinking of the Ocean Ranger - offshore drilling rig, 1982-1985, and the Forget commission into unemployment insurance in Canada, 1985. Together they demonstrate the varied array of his interests - and expertise, and provide a more complete picture of Morgan the man, in contrast to the more common image of Morgan as university administrator. - - COLL-083

355. Morine, Sir Alfred B. Morine, Sir Alfred B. This fonds is comprised of two documents: a typescript of an essay and two glass plate negatives of a letter, both originally written by Sir Alfred B. Morine. Despite his very prominent and influential role in Newfoundland politics for over 40 years, very little of Morine's personal papers appear to have survived. These documents are of paramount importance, as they demonstrates the lengths to which Morine will go to advance his political agenda. COLL-259

356. Morris, Ann Morris, Ann Letters from her brother, Richard Morris, in St. John's, agent of the merchant firm of Brown, Hoyles and Co., his wife (nee Catherine McCawley), and family friend John Sanderson giving an interesting glimpse of the hardships and pleasures of life in St. John's. Includes historical notes and observations on postal history by the donor. MF-279

357. Morris, Michael William Morris, Michael William Just a two-page letter to an unknown correspondent but containing a very interesting piece of news: the 2nd Baron Morris was willing, just two months after his father's death, to sell a "family heirloom ... - [for] a reasonable offer". And not just any heirloom, but a piece of Windsor Castle stationery containing the autographs of King George V, Queen Mary, members of the Royal family, the ladies and gentlemen of - the household, the British and Dominion Prime Ministers, and others who were present that weekend in 1917 at the Castle as guests of the King. Sir Edward Morris (Baron Morris's father), then Prime Minister - of Newfoundland, was present, and later had the document framed and hung on the wall of his house in London. - - MF-315

358. Morris, Sandy Morris, Sandy The collection consists of materials (audio, audio-visual, and textual) relating to Sandy Morris' career in music early 1980s-2000. COLL-405

359. 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

360. Moss, William Pearce Moss, William Pearce This collection consists of two diaries written by William Pearce Moss of Twillingate. The first and smaller diary is From April 1, 1854 to December 31, 1854. The second diary covers the period from August 24, 1875 to December 13, 1876. Both diaries are a daily record of the weather, births and deaths, along with accounts of arrivals and departures of shipping vessels at Twillingate. MF-387
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