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1. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 39, no. 3 (December 1939) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 39, no. 3 (December 1939) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals “Presentation in the temple,” by Carpaccio [illustration] -- Dundee sealers and whalers / W. A. Munn -- Should the Allies state peace terms now? / W. J. Browne -- Hon. Sir John R. Bennett, Acting Premier and Colonial Secretary, addressing the citizens of St. John’s on the resolution recording its inflexible determination to continue the war, August 4th, 1916 [illustration] -- Our Royal Naval Reserves which left for England on the transport “Calgarian,” 1915 [illustration] -- Ted Henley in North Wales -- Insane ambition / Ethel Weir -- The Newfoundland -- Christmas / Theda Kenton -- Mr. Justice Dunfield -- The American tea clippers : reminiscences of the past / C. M. Hopkins -- The auxiliary ship “Neath,” the largest sailing ship in the world : 5,548 tons register [illustration] -- Green Head, Spaniard’s Bay, Conception Bay [illustration] -- Tor’s Cove, Gull Island and Green Island [illustration] -- Fifty golden years, 1889-1939 / John A. Maher -- The Exploits Valley Royal Stores, Limited, Grand Falls [illustration] -- Fading embers : an episode of Christmas time / Capt. Leo C. Murphy -- St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital -- Bethlehem / Bertille Tobin -- A display of goods, manufactured by The Riverside Woolen Mills, Ltd., Makinson’s, C.B. may be purchased at the Royal Stores, Ltd. St. John’s [illustration] -- Life’s irony / John J. Fitzhenry -- First draft Newfoundland Regiment before leaving for England, 1915 [illustration] -- First draft Newfoundland Forestry Corps, welcomed at Scotland, June 12th, 1917 [illustration] -- The ghost of Deadman’s Pond / E. T. Furlong -- This is my hour / John Milton Smither -- Grand River Bridge, Codroy Valley [illustration] -- The Beamer, Flat Rock [illustration] -- Armstrong’s Linoleum laid by James Baird, Ltd. -- A drive in Bowring Park, St. John’s, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Front view of the new St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital [illustration] -- The “Narrows” and harbour of St. John’s [illustration] -- Handbook on Newfoundland -- Tilt Cove Mines, 1888-1912 [illustration] -- “Newfoundland Week” in London : The Regimental Band’s visit to the metropolis, September 1917 [illustration] -- “Newfoundland Week” in London : the Regimental Band at the Third London General Hospital on Sunday afternoon, September 23rd, 1917 [illustration].

2. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 48, no. 3 (December 1948) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 48, no. 3 (December 1948) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals “Presentation in the temple,” by Carpaccio [illustration] -- “Set ye up a standard in the land” / Robert Saunders -- Harbour Round Pond, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Englee, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Peace on Earth / Bertille Tobin -- Old ships / I. A. Richards -- Queen of all the Americas / Rev. P. J. Kennedy -- Grandma’s lament / R. J. Connolly -- Impressions of South Africa / Rev. Fred Sass -- Fishing schooner entering St. John’s Harbour [illustration] -- The Commonwealth ministers at Buckingham Palace [illustration] -- Hour of trial -- The smallest man-carrying helicopter in the world [illustration] -- Happy Christmas / Albert D. Reakes -- The late Archbishop Howley’s ��Newfoundland name-lore,” article III : republished from “The Newfoundland Quarterly,” commencing October, 1901 -- Broad Cove, St. Philip’s, near St. John’s [illustration] -- Big Falls, Upper Humber, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Fishing settlement of Pouch Cove, about 18 miles from St. John’s [illustration] -- “Nostalgia” / H. R. Penney -- Let’s pretend / H. R. Penney -- Salesman / Viola Gardner -- Modern new Philco store opened by The Royal Stores, Ltd.

3. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 32, no. 3 (December 1932) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 32, no. 3 (December 1932) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals [Jesus Christ] [illustration] -- A Christmas message from the Prime Minister -- On the Cape Shore between Placentia and St. Brides [illustration] -- Adult education in Newfoundland / W. W. Blackall -- The Depression’s influence on trends in social legislation : social and political roles of the paradox ; strange discovery of the forgotten man ; the friend of everyman ; the tragedy of the sick and aged ; universal insurance / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Priesthood eternal / Dan Carroll -- [John Milton Smither] -- Sonnet to the sun / John Milton Smither -- The late Archbishop Howley’s “Newfoundland name-lore” : republished from "The Newfoundland Quarterly," commencing October, 1901, article III / [Archbishop Howley] -- Messrs. Job Brothers & Co.’s premises at Blanc Sablon, Labrador [illustration] -- A 374-mile fight for life! Adrift for eleven days without food in a tiny boat on the Grand Banks ; few men could have lived through the amazing experience related in this article / David Masters -- As we see it! Christmas and the world crisis / Robert Saunders -- Government House in winter : “silver thaw” [illustration] -- General Hospital, St. John’s : winter scene [illustration] -- Christmas Day / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Christmas once more / Bertille Tobin -- That I love thee / Dan Carroll -- Hills of home / Brother Justin -- Priests Fall on the Bernard River [illustration] -- Our Empire’s farthest north : some Westcountry names ; future of the arctic seas / Rev. Alexander Sharpe -- Gold-bearing quartz deposit in the Newfoundland Labrador [illustration] -- Capt. D. S. Bondurant in the cemetery at Chimo (coffins in the background) [illustration] -- Seven Islands, Quebec, on the north shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence : one of the “jumping off” places for the Labrador and Ungava country [illustration] -- Christ of the workless / Robert Gear Macdonald -- [Henry Polk Lowenstein] -- The forgotten man / Henry Polk Lowenstein -- The late Richard J. Kelly, K.C. : end of valued career ; lawyer, journalist and archaeologist -- Donnybrook : origin of name ; its famous fair / R. J. Kelly -- Iron ore beds at Bell Island, Conception Bay, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Shooting across lake Howley [illustration] -- Hauling seals at the ice-fields [illustration] -- A deck-load of seals [illustration] -- Drying fish for market at Messrs. Job Brothers & Co., Ltd. [illustration] -- Surf at Logy bay, near St. John’s [illustration] -- Gypsum, at Port-au-Port, Nfld. [illustration] -- Our new High Sheriff -- The Newfoundland -- Under the mistletoe : the power of the plant -- Plums from the pudding -- View of St. John’s Harbour from the Southside [illustration] -- The painting in Freshman Hall, St. Mary’s College, Halifax / Leonard Halley -- Draying caplin on the beach [illustration] -- Evening / Leonard Halley.

4. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 2 (October 1927) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 2 (October 1927) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals An eager demand for salt : steamer in St. John’s Harbor surrounded by fishing vessels waiting to load [illustration] -- Newfoundland and the Atlantides : science gropes for history of lost continent ; territory was described as extensive and fertile, while inhabitants lived amid great luxury ; race depicted as refugees in Americas / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Esquimaux making a kyak [illustration] -- Group of Labrador Esquimaux [illustration] -- Late Sir William McGregor interviewing the Micmacs at Conne River in 1908, with Hon. Capt. Eli Dawe (then Min. Marine & Fisheries) at the right [illustration] -- The Bally Haley Golf and Country Club House [illustration] -- Labrador Esquimaux in winter time [illustration] -- Our disappearing forests / Frank J. D. Barnjum -- Vincit qui se vincit / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Labrador and what it means to us [part II] / Sir P. T. McGrath -- An eager demand for salt : steamer in St. John’s Harbor surrounded by fishing vessels waiting to load [illustration] -- “Runnin’ out a gale” / X -- “Long Harry” and “The Sisters” (a rocky reef near Harbor Grace) / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Newfoundland / Mrs. Jean Harvey -- Sir Wilfred Grenfell : a true knight -- A medical missionary and his work / Canon A. G. Bayly -- On Heaven’s sea / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- The new statue of St. Teresa at Corpus Christi Church -- Collection and historic picture donated to Mount Cashel by friends in Boston -- Christian Brothers’ Jubilee Number -- Our mercantile and industrial fair -- View of St. John’s Harbor from Southside [illustration] -- The lighthouse at Cape Race : one of many aids to navigation controlled by the Dominion of Canada -- MacMillan base near Nain, Labrador.

5. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 48, no. 1 (June 1948) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 48, no. 1 (June 1948) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Bonne Bay, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Then and now in education / R. L. Andrews -- Fishing stages, LaManche, Nfld. [illustration] -- Beautiful Isle / H. R. Penney -- The blind / H. R. Penney -- Our Norse colonies / L. E. F. English -- New travel office of Furness, Withy & Co. Ltd. -- Vagabonding ‘round Conception Bay [part 1] / Marjorie Mews -- S.S. “Bar Haven” -- Responsible Government leaders [commentary with portraits, including : Chesley A. Crosbie, Peter J. Cashin, Francis M. O’Leary] -- Difference / Bernice Larson Schear -- The last duel in Newfoundland -- Salmon fishing, Big Falls, Serpentine River [illustration] -- Brigus, Conception Bay [illustration] -- Battling Brook, Exploits River [illustration] -- Must it happen again? : 1939-’45 / I. A. Richards -- Wonderment / Viola Gardner -- Tinker / Viola Gardner -- Wealth / Viola Gardner.

6. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 39, no. 2 (October 1939) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 39, no. 2 (October 1939) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Bridge near swimming pool, Bowring Park [illustration] -- Harbour Grace history, chapter twenty-three : concluded / W. A. Munn -- Stamps issued to commemorate the John Guy celebration, 1910 [illustration] -- Told by the fishermen : an island with a mysterious history / Capt. Leo C. Murphy -- Yachting on Quidi Vidi Lake in 1884 [illustration] -- Avalon yachting club “snipes” at Long Pond, Manuels, Conception Bay [illustration] -- Our little rivers, chapter VII : Trepassey again / W. J. Browne -- The Work Committee of the Women’s Patriotic Association, 1916, Drawing Room, Government House [illustration] -- Women’s Patriotic Association : outports will be included in organization -- Autumn / Mrs. Clyde Robe Meredith -- Labour Day parade -- The Grenfell hospital, and industrial building, at Anthony, NFLD. [illustration] -- Father A. M. Gibbs’ Memorial Shrine solemnly dedicated at Saint Joseph’s : eloquent discourse delivered by Reverend F. J. D. Ryan, P.P., on twofold meaning of wayside shrine of Our Lady ; Monsignor McGrath officiates at Benediction / Stan Clancy -- Red Cross workers : post card sold by the W. P. A. in 1916 [illustration] -- Neville Chamberlain : September, 1939 / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Brigus / W. J. Browne -- The late Archbishop Howley’s “Newfoundland name-lore,” article XXXVIII : republished from “The Newfoundland Quarterly,” commencing October, 1901 -- From eternal flame / Eris Goll -- Hospitality / Rev. Walter Bugden -- Old Colinet Road [illustration] -- Cape Shore, between Placentia and St. Bride’s [illustration] -- H.M.S. Berwick takes Newfoundland recruits for Royal Navy -- Junior Jubilee Scholarship, 1939 -- Inspection of Third Battalion, A and B. Co., First Newfoundland Regiment, before leaving for England, 1916 [illustration] -- Newfoundland soldiers, foresters, Naval Reserve men and citizens in front of Parliament Building on the third anniversary of the Great War, August 4th, 1917 [illustration] -- The First 500 of Newfoundland Regiment at Pleasantville ready to embark for England, October 4, 1914 [illustration] -- No. 1 Platoon “A” Co., Newfoundland Regiment, 1915 ; No. 2 Platoon “B” Co., Newfoundland Regiment, 1915 [illustrations].

7. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 42, no. 1 (June 1942) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 42, no. 1 (June 1942) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Britain’s largest battleship, the 35,000 ton “Duke of York” [illustration] -- Review of the war : the spring offensives -- In memoriam Ethel Weir -- Exit Pleasantville / C. E. Hunt -- Oaks and hearts / Lucy Watkins -- Newfoundland’s various forms of government / Dr. V. P. Burke -- Friendship / R. J. Connolly -- The forgotten family / G. A. Frecker -- General Douglas MacArthur reaches Australia / Viola Gardner -- To an understanding friend / Viola Gardner -- Newfoundland place names / Cyril D. B. Knight -- The house with the drawn curtains / Captain Leo C. Murphy -- Third June of war / Bertille Tobin -- Resurgam / Rev. P. P. Sheehan -- Newfoundland linked to mainland by air [illustrations] -- Notes for a history of agriculture in Newfoundland / W. J. Browne -- United Nations Flag Day Parade, Sunday, June 14th [illustration] -- United Nations Flag Day Parade : the Naval Detachment [illustration] -- A detachment of the Newfoundland Militia marches past the saluting stand in the Flag Day Parade [illustration] -- Elizabeth Mary Evans -- Friend of mine / Viola Gardner -- The Royal Stores, Limited [illustration] -- Our natural allies / Bertille Tobin -- The Newfoundland.

8. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 39, no. 4 (March 1940) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 39, no. 4 (March 1940) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Britain’s navy guards the seas: H.M.S. “Hood,” one of the largest battleships afloat, visited Newfoundland in September, 1924 [illustration] -- Men’s Patriotic Association : large gathering in Pitts Memorial Hall enthusiastically approve revival of organization ; His Excellency the Governor presides ; Hon. W. S. Monroe, President -- M.P.A. Executive appoint committees : various activities under discussion -- The new President of the Board of Trade -- Winter / Bertille Tobin -- At the Brenner Pass : the dictators meet again : a brief review of the war after six months / W. J. Browne -- Monument at Toronto -- March storm / Capt. Leo C. Murphy -- The dandelion / Judge Prowse -- Rhodes Scholar for 1940 -- The yarn of the “Nancy Bell” / W. S. Gilbert -- “Out of the mighty deep” / Harry C. Bourne -- In port after a voyage of adventure : the schooner “Neptune” in tow of the steamer “Hesperus” [illustration] -- Sestina to Spring / Ann Williams -- Newfoundland mourns the passing of His Lordship Bishop March -- Rt. Rev. J. H. March, D.D. / Rev. John M. O’Neill -- In a castle at Midnight / Walter Scott -- The falls at Tor’s Cove [illustration] -- Our Royal Naval Reserves which left for England, 23rd of April, 1916 [illustration] -- The late Archbishop Howley’s “Newfoundland name-lore,” article XL : republished from “The Newfoundland Quarterly,” commencing October, 1901 (concluded) -- We must have peace! / Dimple F. Dewey -- Sea song / Alma Robison Higbee -- Church parade : First 500 Newfoundland Regiment, September, 1914 [illustrations] -- Signalling Squad First Newfoundland Regiment who saw active service at the Dardanelles, 1915 [illustration] -- Buglers and drummers First Newfoundland Regiment, 1915 [illustration].

9. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 41, no. 4 (March 1942) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 41, no. 4 (March 1942) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Britain’s new battleship at sea [illustration] -- Review of the war on five continents / W. J. Browne -- Reminiscence / Cecil Irene Jones -- April / Nellie Amos -- Love -- And -- New gymnasium-auditorium -- If you would grow faster, my son / Viola Gardner -- “Looking back to the future” / Rev. Richard T. McGrath -- Union now with democracies / Viola Gardner -- Tribute / Alma Robison Higbee -- “Reading in war-time” / H. L. Pottle -- The new city council [illustration] -- The fairy godmother / R. L. Andrews -- New Y.M.C.A. hostel officially opened -- H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, K.G., K.T., 1850-1942 / G. R. Williams -- Fog of Newfoundland / Bertille Tobin -- Fifty years agone! The reminiscences of half a century [part 3] / Captain Leo C. Murphy -- Peace-wreckers / Rev. P. P. Sheehan -- Bishop White has resigned -- War savings / I. Wild -- Parting / Alma Robison Higbee -- Reciprocation / Viola Gardner -- Faith for a dark hour / Alma Robison Higbee -- Greetings to all friends overseas : Mr. Iliff’s diary, December, 1941 -- Opening and dedication of U.S.O. Recreational Centre.

10. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 42, no. 3 (December 1942) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 42, no. 3 (December 1942) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals British aircraft carrier “Formidable” [illustration] -- Review of the war : the Allies take the offensive / W. J. Browne -- The closing year / C. E. Hunt -- Acrostic for Christmas / R. J. Connolly -- Martha / Viola Gardner -- Christmas in wartime / Rev. A. T. Barr -- The angels at Christmas / Bertille Tobin -- As Christmas comes again / Rev. Richard T. McGrath -- Fort Pepperrell / Robert Saunders -- “Full speed ahead!” / Bertille Tobin -- Christmas in the Attic! / Captain L. C. Murphy -- Newfoundland visit / Dr. A. J. Brace -- Sanctuary in Egypt / Rev. P. P. Sheehan -- Notes for a history of agriculture in Newfoundland [part 3] / W. J. Browne -- The Royal Stores, Limited [illustration] -- Ageless / Viola Gardner -- The Newfoundland -- The days of the dog-irons / Canifer -- Something about South America / Rev. Canon E. R. W. Higham -- Christ the baby / Stephen Allen Lavender -- A prayer for peace / Lydia Chancey -- Newfoundland’s grand old lady passes away.

11. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 2 (October 1929) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 2 (October 1929) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Colinet River ; Steady Brook Falls [illustrations] -- Lord Morris visits Newfoundland -- A storm / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Anthony Trollope and Ireland / R. J. Kelly -- Winter Place : Robinson’s Hill, looking across the Feildian athletic grounds [illustration] -- Rennie’s Bridge : showing Rennie’s Mill Road extension [illustration] -- London past and future / Julian Hall -- Wandsworth Hospital, London, England : where many of our soldier were cared for during the Great War [illustration] -- Scout Master Ivany tells Rotarians about Jamboree : interesting story of Newfoundland Troop Boy Scouts who took part in international assembly at Arrows Park -- Ad perfecto / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- St. John’s Municipal Council : elected December, 1925 [illustration] -- Holyrood, Conception Bay [illustration] -- The head of the bay (a holiday experience) / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Transformed / G. M. S. -- Unemployment in Britain : a scientific programme of attack / A. E. Tomlinson -- General Edward J. Higgins, S.A., and Mrs. Higgins [illustration] -- The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam : an interpretation / Arthur Wakefield Slaten -- Bishop Field College : auditorium [illustration] -- United Church College (LeMarchant Road) : auditorium [illustration] -- United Church College (Pitts Memorial) : auditorium [illustration] -- The old spot / Rev. Matthew Russell -- Growth of trade within the Empire : Empire Marketing Board’s report -- The British Empire in the Atlantic : a vast and splendid realm / Rev. Alexander Sharpe -- Rotary Playground’s swimming pool, Rennie’s River [illustration] -- Another favorite swimming pool : “Slidding Rock,” Rennie’s River [illustration] -- Progress in the Free States : remarkable testimonies -- Bay D’Espoir River [illustration] -- Salmonier River [illustration] -- September evening / Dorris O’Brien -- The British lands / Amy Redpath Roddick -- The four-boat contest at our annual regatta [illustration] -- Lord Dewar.

12. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 41, no. 2 (October 1941) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 41, no. 2 (October 1941) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Corvettes are saving British convoys [illustration] -- After two years / W. J. Browne -- V for victory / Ethel Weir -- Junior Jubilee University Scholarship, 1941 -- “Forget and Treasure” / P. P. Sheehan -- Professor C. W. Hutton celebrates 80th birthday -- Autumn twilight / R. J. Connolly -- Gardens / Jane Dale -- The Jesuits / G. A. Frecker -- Waiting for the mail / Bertille Tobin -- Dusk / Jane Dale -- His first job / Bertille Tobin -- Consecration ceremony at the Roman Catholic Cathedral -- Fifty years agone! The reminiscences of half a century [part 2] / Captain Leo C. Murphy -- Scene at the annual regatta, August 6, 1941 [illustration] -- Why birds sing! / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Interrupted song / Viola Gardner -- Retrospect! / Walter Scott -- The English soldier in the campaign of Agincourt [part 1] / Wilfred Brenton Kerr -- Twin Hills, Tor’s Cove, Southern Shore [illustration] -- Green head, Spaniard’s Bay [illustration] -- Bankers getting squid bait at Harbour Main, Conception Bay [illustration] -- To action! / Stephen Allen Lavender -- Let the ages speak! / John Milton Smither -- Omnipotence -- The Duke of Kent’s visit to Newfoundland.

13. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 2 (October 1926) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 26, no. 2 (October 1926) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals East end of St. John’s, showing Newfoundland Hotel [illustration] -- Scenes in Bowring Park [illustration] -- Hunting memories of many lands : salmon fishing in Newfoundland / Sir T. H. Grattan Esmonde -- Veteran’s Island, in the beautiful “Swans” of Placentia [illustration] -- Guests at Fulford’s Hotel, near South-East Arm, Placentia : famous for salmon and trout fishing [illustration] -- Quarry River, Seal Cove, Conception Bay [illustration] -- A morning’s catch, South-East Arm, Placentia [illustration] -- Trout caught five miles from St. John’s [illustration] -- Playing a salmon : Big Falls, Upper Humber River [illustration] -- Salmon pool, North Harbour River, Colinet [illustration] -- Great Battling Brook, above the Exploits [illustration] -- My illustrated talks / A. J. Bayly -- Herd of Ayrshire cattle, property of Mr. H. MacPherson, at “Westerland” farm [illustration] -- Herd of Holstein cows at “Grove Farm,” Quidi Vidi Lake, property of a Mr. A. V. Ross [illustration] -- William J. Walsh, Esq., Minister of Agriculture and Mines [illustration] -- Saint Francis of Assisi / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Goldenrod / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Presentation to Hon. Walter S. Monroe, Prime Minister : dinner at the Newfoundland Hotel -- Surprise presentation to Sir John and Lady Bennett -- Presentation to Sir John C. Crosbie, K.B.E., by officials of the Finance and Customs Departments -- Hons. Mr. Justice Warren and Mr. Justice Johnson -- The passing of two well-known citizens : Late George F. Turner -- Late Thomas Bonia [illustrations] -- The new Minister of Public Works : Walter McKenzie Chambers -- Christian Brothers’ jubilee enthusiastically celebrated : large gathering at all functions ; universal sympathy in the work of the Brothers -- The late Sir Michael P. Cashin -- Various materials used in ancient and modern tobacco pipes : numerous sources have contributed to the production of the instrument of solace and delight ; shell, wood, clay, gold, silver, iron, copper, bronze, synthetic substance, science and art, each has played a prominent role / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- Pipes from all peoples [illustration] -- Presentation and address to Professor Charles Hutton, K.S.G. : citizens recognition of service -- Amor sympatica / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- The late William A. B. Sclater.

14. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 48, no. 4 (March 1949) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 48, no. 4 (March 1949) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Englee, Newfoundland [illustration] -- An economic and statistical approach to some fishery problems of yesterday and today [part 1] / Robert Saunders -- The christening of Prince Charles [illustration] -- Some lines on labor / Rev. Doctor Gerald J. Murphy -- Scene : Newfoundland Railway [illustration] -- Winter and spring / Bertille Tobin -- Love is a mirage / Viola Gardner -- High country / Marjorie Mews -- 1949 Rhodes Scholar -- For ears attuned / R. J. Connolly -- The homecoming of Yeats / Rev. P. P. Sheehan -- The christening of Prince Charles [illustration] -- The island / I. A. Richards -- “Review” / H. R. Penney -- Sonnet to summer / Nellie Amos -- “Onward” : a thought for spring / Albert S. Reakes -- The late Archbishop Howley’s “Newfoundland name-lore,” [articles IV, V : republished from “The Newfoundland Quarterly,” commencing October, 1901 -- Bonne Bay, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Fighting hard, Old Dam Pool [illustration] -- Meet the piper [illustration] -- 5th O’Leary Newfoundland Poetry Award won by Mr. Gregory Power, Dunville, Placentia Bay -- “Minicar” does 100 miles per gallon [illustration].

15. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 4 (April 1930) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 29, no. 4 (April 1930) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Ferryland : the site of Lord Baltimore’s mansion built three centuries ago [illustration] -- Impressions of recent visit to Newfoundland / Lord Morris -- East end of St. John’s City, showing Newfoundland Hotel [illustration] -- Fulfort’s Hotel, near South-East Arm, Placentia [illustration] -- The S.S. “Newfoundland,” one of the Furness, Withy Co’s. palatial steamers [illustration] -- Clarke’s Beach, Conception Bay [illustration] -- On Cape Shore between Placentia and St. Bride’s [illustration] -- The old Colinet Road re-built [illustration] -- Road at Warren’s Pond : re-built by High Roads Commission [illustration] -- Collier’s Hill [illustration] -- The Ellis Bridge over “The Gorge,” on the road to Placentia [illustration] -- Symbol of Peace / John Milton Smither -- The origins and development of the public finance of our Dominions / Robert Saunders -- “The Narrows,” St. John’s Harbour [illustration] -- One day’s catch at Butler’s Falls, Salmonier River : 11 salmon, 4 to 7 lbs. [illustration] -- Interior of one of the modern dining cars ; Interior of one of the modern sleeping cars ; Both cars now used by the Newfoundland Railway [illustrations] -- Rocky River Bridge, near Colinet [illustration] -- Catching brook trout at Quarry River, near Seal Cove [illustration] -- The old stone church, convent, new church and presbytery at Torbay [illustration] -- Attainment / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Galway and Newfoundland -- Forgetting / G. M. S. -- Sir Richard Anderson Squires [illustration] -- Important Canadian public men and officials contemplate to visit Newfoundland this summer -- The S.S. “Nova Scotia” leaving the harbor at St. John���s [illustration] -- The S.S. “Caribou” which plies between Port-aux-Basques and North Sydney [illustration] -- Tourist policy -- The western terminus of the Newfoundland Railway at Port-aux-Basques [illustration] -- Newfoundland Railway steam coach [illustration] -- S.S. “Nascopie,” Job Brothers & Co., Ltd. [illustration] -- Sealing results to date -- A young harp seal photographed at the icefields [illustration] -- Most Rev. Edward Patrick Roche, D.D., Archbishop of St. John’s, Newfoundland [illustration] -- His Grace Archbishop Roche returns from Rome : cathedral decorated and joy bells rang out ; clergy, citizens’ committee and people at pier -- Quidi Vidi Lake, where our annual regatta is held [illustration] -- The terminal station of the Newfoundland Railway, at St. John’s [illustration] -- A locomotive of the 4-4-0 type, built by the Baldwin locomotive works in 1891 and still in active service [illustration] -- The fisheries of Newfoundland / James Murray -- The severed cables : November’s earthquake reshaped the ocean’s floor / J. W. Gregory -- Sir Thomas Esmonde’s visit to Rome : meeting with Apostolic Nuncio ; the ceremonies in St. Peter’s ; remarkable energy of the Pope / by special representative “Ennscorthy Echo” -- Galway as an air base / R. J. Kelly -- Odd place for a wedding ring -- The Newfoundland Quarterly -- Newfoundland schooners and Atlantic storms : a study in romantic adventures and a lesson / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- A clear March night / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Let us pray / D. Carroll -- Wreckage of houses, stores and fishing gear, at Port aux Bras, after tidal wave [illustration] -- Toleration / W. T. H. Salter -- Bridge Cove, between Burin and Port aux Bras : spars to be seen of Wm. H. Isaac’s vessel ; wreckage floating over another sunken vessel [illustration].

16. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 42, no. 2 (September 1942) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 42, no. 2 (September 1942) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Field Marshal Lord Ironside inspects Nfld. Regiment in England [illustration] -- Review of the war : a new year begins / W. J. Browne -- Time - God’s gift / Rev. P. P. Sheehan -- Heroic Malta / Bertille Tobin -- Book review : New World Constitutional Harmony, a Pan-Americanadian Panorama by Geo. Jaffin -- Silver Jubilee : Rev. Father St. John -- Libraries for Newfoundland : a few thoughts / A. C. Hunter -- Mr. Iliff’s diary, July, 1942 -- The above photo was taken from the Judge’s boat at the Annual Regatta [illustration] -- His Excellency the Governor-General of Canada taking the salute of the Armed Forces Day Parade, August 26th, 1942 [illustration] -- Prejudices / Reverend Dean K. Burns -- In memoriam : Rev. Dr. Curtis / L. C. Murphy -- H.R.H. the late Duke of Kent / George R. Williams -- Deserted home / Lucy Watkins -- Summer reverie / R. J. Connolly -- The late Levi G. Chafe -- Margaret the Angel of Tarahan’s Town -- John J. Fitzhenry -- Mrs. Winston Churchill [illustration] -- Secretary for the Dominions visits Newfoundland -- Notes for a history of agriculture in Newfoundland [part 2] / W. J. Browne -- Evolution of sport fishing / Frank MacNamara -- We must finish our dream / Viola Gardner -- Rainbow of peace - Helen Rose McCarrick -- The harbinger / Viola Gardner -- Unbroken spirit / Viola Gardner.

17. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 41, no. 1 (July 1941) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 41, no. 1 (July 1941) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Floating fire-fighters [illustration] -- Review of the war : the Balkan plot / W. J. Browne -- Father-Wonderful, our hope for peace / John Milton Smither -- The Newfoundland -- Through my locust tree / Viola Gardner -- The pond / Bertille Tobin -- Your first air flight / F. McNamara -- Burgeo Statistics / H. W. C. -- Passing of Deputy Mayor Chalker -- A panoramic view of the city of canvas which is Camp “Alexander,” and which house the troops of the United States Newfoundland Army Base [illustration] -- Science and life / H. L. Pottle -- The valley / I. A. Richards -- Labour’s Magna Charta : fifty years of social justice -- Richard T. McGrath -- Centenary R. C. Cathedral -- Sunset in Conception Bay -- P. P. Sheehan -- Fifty years agone! The reminiscences of half a century / Captain Leo C. Murphy -- The passing of Councillor Ruby -- The Exploits Valley Royal Stores, Limited, Grand Falls [illustration] -- The feel of Fall / Arthur E. Dubois -- Long Pond, in the suburbs of St. John’s [illustration] -- Topsail Beach, popular bathing resort, about twelve miles from St. John’s [illustration] -- The tempest / Henry Polk Lowenstein -- A scene at the annual regatta, Quidi Vidi Lake [illustration].

18. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 49, no. 1 (June 1949) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 49, no. 1 (June 1949) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Freshwater Bay, showing Fort Amherst [illustration] -- An economic and statistical approach to some fishery problems of yesterday and today [part 2] / Robert Saunders -- Bankers getting squid bait at Harbour Main, Conception Bay Nfld. [illustration] -- Newfoundland codfish [illustration] -- Typical scene, about fifty years ago, weighing fish in St. John’s [illustration] -- Rainbow / H. R. Penney -- Dawn / I. A. Richards -- Legends of Newfoundland / L. E. F. English -- Mary March : the last of the Beothucks [illustration] -- Carbonear, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Carbonear Island [illustration] -- Ferryland, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Letter home / Viola Gardner -- Avalon and the Holy Grail / Rev. P. J. Kennedy -- St. John’s, in the Peninsula of Avalon [illustration] -- Placentia, in the Peninsula of Avalon [illustration] -- Bay Bulls, in the Peninsula of Avalon [illustration] -- The Holy Grail [illustration] -- Calvert, Southern Shore, in the Peninsula of Avalon [illustration] -- “The Shrine” at Renews, in the Peninsula of Avalon [illustration] -- Reflection / R. J. Connolly -- Ageless symphony / Viola Gardner -- Eve of Ascension / Bertille Tobin -- Summer / Albert S. Reakes -- The late Archbishop Howley’s “Newfoundland name-lore,” [articles VI, VII] : republished from “The Newfoundland Quarterly,” commencing October, 1901 -- Falls, Eagle River, Sandwich Bay, Labrador [illustration] -- Hamilton River, Labrador [illustration] -- Conche, White Bay, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Comparatively ; Impervious ; Talent ; Vicissitudes / Viola Gardner.

19. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 40, no. 4 (April 1941) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 40, no. 4 (April 1941) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals General De Gaulle visits Free French Navy [illustration] -- Review of the war : January-March -- The passing of His Lordship Bishop Renouf -- Crusaders / P. P. Sheehan -- The “flu” / Bertille Tobin -- The decline of civilization : propects for revival / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- His Excellency Admiral Sir Humphrey Thomas Walwyn, K.C.S.L., K.C.M.G., C.B. D.S.O., inspecting Canadian troops on “parade grounds” during a recent review [illustration] -- Newfoundland Royal Artillery unit on parade in London, England [illustration] -- The doctor’s coat : memories which come with the Irish festival / Captain Leo C. Murphy -- U.S. troops arrive in St. John’s : U.S.S. “Edmund B. Alexander” entered port Wednesday, January 29th, thus ending an historical voyage -- Colonel Welty’s message to the people of Saint John’s and Canadian troops in Newfoundland -- The Royal Air Force / Bertille Tobin -- Song for peace / Alma Robison Higbee -- An “Anglo-Saxon” romance / John J. Fitzhenry -- Cape Race, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Hopedale, Labrador [illustration] -- Burgeo statistics [ie. Vital statistics of Burgeo between 1860 and 1925], chapter IV / [Joseph H. Small ; edited by Rev. Dr.] H. W. Cunningham -- Harbour Breton, Fortune Bay [illustration] -- Heroic resistance / Ethel Weir -- Quidi Vidi, from the east [illustration] -- Kinship / Alma Robison Higbee.

20. The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 3 (December 1927) The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 27, no. 3 (December 1927) Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals Government House in winter : “silver thaw” [illustration] -- Christmas Eve / Robert Gear MacDonald -- Over to Aunt Martha’s / P. Florence Miller -- Island of my dreams / Bro. Justin -- Shrine of glorious flower of Carmel : St. Teresa at Corpus Christi Church, Waterford Bridge -- Homeward bound / Brother Justin -- Snowflakes / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Home / Ena Constance Barrett -- Waterford Bridge Road, showing Corpus Christi Church and St. Bride’s College, “Littledale” [illustration] -- Recompense / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Response / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Mount Cashel -- A picture of the past : a romance of Newfoundland in the days of French occupation / Addison Bown -- Cabot Tower : signal station at St. John’s [illustration] -- North Battery : Signal Hill, St. John’s, in 1846 [illustration] -- Placentia [illustration] -- The Queen’s Battery : The Narrows, St. John’s [illustration] -- Field-Marshal Earl Haig [illustration] -- H.M.S. “Repulse” and “Adelaide” leaving Topsail Bay, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Off The Narrows : under Fort Amherst [illustration] -- St. John’s fire-fighting apparatus initiated by Inspector General Hutchings : No. 1 Motor Fire Truck, Central Station ; Pumper and aerial ladder truck at Central Station ; No. 1 Motor Fire Truck, Western Station [illustrations] -- Farms of the Empire : fertilizers as a vital factor / A. E. Tomlinson -- Christ and Christmas / Henry Polk Lowenstein -- Scientists predict tides will lengthen span of day to month : science hopes to get power out of ocean ; energy stored in restless waters will prove great boon when process for extracting is perfected / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- The R. C. Palace at St. John’s [illustration] -- “Beaconsfield” : the country home of His Grace Archbishop Roche [illustration] -- “Winterholm” : residence of Sir M. G. and Lady Winter, Rennie’s Mill Road [illustration] -- Water Street, St. John’s [illustration] -- We visit the “auld toon” : an impression of Ayr, N.B. / Capt. Leo Murphy -- Fishing schooners in St. John’s Harbor : fog lifting from The Narrows [illustration] -- The British Empire : a hundred and fifty years ago and today / Rev. Alexander Sharpe -- Church of England Cathedral [illustration] -- Roman Catholic Cathedral [illustration] -- Gower Street Methodist Church [illustration] -- The passing of two well-known citizens : the late William Noel / H. F. Shortis ; The late Daniel F. Kent -- The new hall of the Holy Name Society -- The St. John’s Municipal Council Building, Duckworth Street [illustration].
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