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TitleThe Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 42, no. 1 (June 1942)
EditorEvans, John J., 1861-1944
PublisherJohn J. Evans, Sr.
Place of PublicationSt. John's, NL
DescriptionBritain'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.
SubjectNewfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals
Physical Description44 p. : ill.
NoteIndexed in: Newfoundland Periodical Article Bibliography.
LocationCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador
Time Period20th Century
Journal DetailsThe Newfoundland Quarterly (1901-present) began publication when the province was still an independent country, founder John J. Evans describing it as "a literary magazine of interest to Newfoundlanders at home and abroad." Geared to a general audience, it is the island's oldest magazine and the second oldest magazine published in Canada. It provides an invaluable forum for the publication of work by Newfoundland writers, artists and photographers. The magazine features articles on Newfoundland history and culture, interviews and biographies, literature and literary criticism including book reviews. Advertisements are included in the issues before 1983. Since 1966 the Newfoundland Quarterly has also included Aspects, a publication of the Newfoundland Historical Society.
Resource TypePeriodical
FormatImage/jpeg; Application/pdf
Record NumberCNS-NQ0068
CollectionCentre for Newfoundland Studies - The Newfoundland Quarterly
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Centre for Newfoundland Studies
SourcePrint text held in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies.
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