Collection APL 764 - Anne Budgell collection

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Anne Budgell collection

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    CA Them Days APL 764

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    • 1822, 1842, 1849, 1850, 1860, 1899, 1900 (Creation)

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    Physical Extent: 4.5cm textual records

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    Custodial history

    Donated by Anne Budgell (2013)

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    Collection consists of a booklet of Labrador songs for Labrador East Division Girl Guide Music Camp in 1990(file 1); 7 pages of typed Labrador songs and musical notes (file 1); a journal published in 1849, “A Visit to Labrador (in the autumn of 1848)” by Lord Bishop of Newfoundland (file 2); Extracts from “A Journal of a Voyage of Visitation” in the “Hawk (ship)” by the Bishop of Newfoundland in 1859, published in 1860 (file 3); a journal published in 1849, “A Journal of the Bishop of Newfoundland’s Voyage of Visitation and Discovery on the South and West Coasts of Newfoundland and on the Labrador in the Church Ship ‘Hawk’ in the Year 1848.” (file 4); A journal published in 1850, “ A Journal of Voyage of Visitation in the ‘Hawk’ Church Ship, on the Coast of Labrador, and round the Whole Island of Newfoundland in the Year 1849.” (file 5); A journal published in 1899, “A Visit to Labrador” by the Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D (file 6); A narrative published in 1822 about the travel of two Labrador Moravian Missionaries to Okkak in 1782 (file 7).

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    Anne Budgell


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    • English

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      Much material in THEM DAYS Archives has copyright protection. Researchers must obtain permission from copyright holders before publication in any form.

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      Anne Budgell donated some materials with the same file number in 1994, which somehow disappeared in the archive. They include one letter from Anne Budgell to Doris Saunders, one laser copied photograph, and the paper “The Labrador Trapper’s Tilt” which was written by her in 1993 as a requirement of a university course (History 3860)

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      General note

      Anne Budgell grew up an Air Force “Brat”, living on military bases all over Canada, until her parents returned home to Labrador in 1966. Budgell’s first Trip to Newfoundland was in 1967 to attend Memorial University. She had a long career as a radio and television journalists with CBC in Newfoundland and Labrador, retiring in 2007. She credits her parents with instilling in her an interest in Labrador and its history. Her father, George, grew up in Rigolet, the son of Hudson’s Bay Company factor George Budgell from Fogo Island and Phyllis Painter of Sandwich Bay. Her mother, Ruby, grew up in North West River, the daughter of trapper Murdock McLean from Kenemich and May Baikie of Moliak. (this introduction from the her own book Dear Everybody- A Woman’s Journey from Park Avenue to a Labrador Trapline)

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