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Kate and Elliott Merrick fonds

  • CA NL0051 PL191
  • Fonds
  • 1982, 1986, 1987

Collection consists of correspondence from Kate Merrick to THEM DAYS (1982); article by Elliott Merrick as appeared in THEM DAYS Vol. 9.4 entitled "The Kyle comes to Indian Harbour" (1984); newspaper articles from THE DAILY NEWS entitled: "Kate's Unforgettable Christmas" (1982); article from the NATIONAL FISHERMAN'S YEARBOOK 1982 entitled "Indian Harbour Vigil" (1982); article from NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWCASE (THE DAILY NEWS) entitled "Forgotten Nurse of Labrador" (1982); correpondence between Elliott Merrick and THEM DAYS concerning Merrick's manuscript entitled "War Comes to Hamilton Inlet" (1986-1987); Elliott Merrick's manuscript "War Comes to Hamilton Inlet"; copy of newspaper article from INTELLIGENCE REPORT entitled "Years Do Not Dim Memory of Attack" (1986). The material covers the years 1929-1945, 1982, 1986 & 1987.

Kate and Elliott Merrick

S.B. Fequet & Son fonds

  • CA NL0051 PL20
  • Fonds
  • 1940, 1951

Fonds consists of an envelope stamped with the S.B. Fequet & Son logo; receipt of sale to Donald Martin (1951); correspondence from S.B. Fequet & Son to: White Clothing Co. (1940), Imperial Tobacco Co. (1940), Harvey & Co. (1940), Saunders & Howell (1940), Great Eastern Oil (1940).

S.B. Fequet & Son

Kate M. Keddie fonds

  • CA NL0051 PL23
  • Fonds
  • 1953, 1984

Collection consists of a letter from K.M. Keddie to Joan Stedman in 1953 containing biographical information and memoirs; and a handwritten note by Judy McGrath in 1984.

Kate M. Keddie

Richard Jordan fonds

  • CA NL0051 PL24
  • Fonds
  • 1973, 1975, 1978

Collection consists of a preliminary report on "Archeological Investigations of the Labrador Eskimo in Hamilton Inlet in 1973" by Richard Jordan; correspondence from Richard Jordan to THEM DAYS (1975); draft of preliminary report on "Archeological Investigations of the Labrador Eskimo in Hamilton Inlet in 1973" by Richard Jordan; Article which appeared Arctic Anthropology Vol. XV-2 entitled "Archaeological Investigations of the Hamilton Inlet Labrador Eskimo: Social and Economic Responses to European Contact" (1978) by Richard Jordan. These reports cover the time period between 1000 A.D. to the 20th century.

Richard Jordan

Lt. Grover C. Hodge fonds

  • CA NL0051 PL26
  • Fonds
  • 1942-1943

Collection consists of a typed copy of the diary, October 1942 to February 1943, kept by pilot, Grover C. Hodge and an introduction by the Office of Information, 37th Air Division.

Lt. Grover C. Hodge

William Duncan Strong fonds

  • CA NL0051 PL28
  • Fonds
  • 1927, 1928

Collection consists of William Duncan Strong's field notes, taken while on the Rawson-MacMillan field museum Expedition (1927-1928); extracts taken from Strong's field notes regarding toys and games research (1927-1928).

William Duncan Strong

J. Garth Taylor fonds

  • CA NL0051 PL29
  • Fonds
  • 1776-1990

Collection consists of articles and papers written by Garth Taylor entitled: "Structure of early contact Labrador Eskimo social units (1968); "William Turner's Journeys to the Caribou Country with Labrador Eskimos in 1780" (1969); "Guns for the Eskimos" (1970); "Moravian Mission Influence of Labrador Inuit, Subsistence" (1776-1830); "Indian-Inuit Relations in Eastern Labrador, 1600-1976" (1979); "Inuit Lands Cessions in the 18th Century: Recent Contributions to the Literature" (1979); "An Eskimo Abroad, 1981- his Diary and Death" (1981); "Eskimo Legends Gathered on the Coast of Labrador During the Summer of 1968"; "The Umiak in Labrador (circa 1980); "The Two Worlds of Mikak" (1983); "Eskimo Answers to an 18th Century Questionnaire" (1972); "Brothers to the Inuit" (1986); "Inventory of Eskimo Ethnographical Collections from the Canadian Eastern Arctic" (no date); "The Arctic Whale Cult in Labrador" (1985); "The Labrador Inuit Kashim (Ceremonial House) Complex" (circa 1990); A book review by Robert McGhee of "Labrador Eskimo Settlements of the Early Contact Period" by Garth Taylor (1975); and from THE BEAVER the articles: "The Birth of an Industry" by Clarence Birdseye (1941); "The Grand Falls" by Alan Cooke (1958); "A Woman's Way" by Alan Cooke; "North West River" by D.M. LeBourdais (1963); "Exploration of Unknown River in the Labrador" by Gillies Ross (1964); "The First Europeans in America" by Gwyn Jones (1964); "A Trapper's Tilt" by William Cochrane (1966); and from AMONG THE DEEP SEA FISHERS the articles: "Mud Lake, Winter Hospital" by Dr. Harry Paddon (1914); "The Humanness of the Liveyere" by T. Smyth Flinn (1915); "A Summer at Indian Harbour" by Henry Kingsley Blake (1916); "People and Things and the Future of Labrador" by Harry L. Paddon (19250; "The Mission's Most Northerly outposts" by Harry L. Paddon (1926); "Yale-Grenfell School for North West River" by an unidentified author (1926); "Dr. Paddon Reviews the Summer's Work at North West River" by an unidentified author (1972); "The Grand Falls of the Labrador" by Varick Frissell (1927); "Radio in the Arctic" by D.J. Lesser (1927); "The Boarding Home at North West River" by Elizabeth Criswell (1927); "Why work in the Labrador is worthwhile" by Dr. Harry Paddon (1927); two letters to the editor from Dr. Harry Paddon and Mina Paddon (1916); and from OUTING the articles: "Camping in a Labrador Snow-Hole" and "The Truth About Fox Farming" both by Clarence Birdseye (circa 1914); from GEOGRAPHICAL BULLETIN the articles: "Population Distribution of the Labrador Coast, Newfoundland" by W.A. Black (1956); "Landforms and Topography of the Lake Melville Area, Labrador, Newfoundland" by Weston Blake Jr. (1956); from THE CANADIAN MAGAZINE the articles: "The Liveyeres: Labrador's Permanent Population" (1912) and "An Eskimo Patriot" (1918) both by W. Lacey Amy; From DATELINE LABRADOR the articles: "The Pastors of the Valley" by an unidentified author (1965) and "The Glory of the Goose" by Corporal A.D. Burden (1965); A letter from Garth Taylor to Doris Saunders regarding material he sent to her (1990) as well as the articles: "Journey of Br. F.W. Riderknecht to the Settlers, South of Hopedale, in the Winter of the Year 1873", from the Moravian Periodical Accounts; "A Journey to the Grand Falls of Labrador" by Henry G. Bryant, from the Bulletin of the Geographical Club of Philadelphia (1894); "An Exploration of Southeastern Labrador" by Henry G. Bryant, from the Bulletin of the Geographical Club of Philadelphia (1913); "The Liveyeres of Labrador" by Victor Rousseau, from Chambers' Journal (1920); "Goose: Key Air Base" by David K. Findlay, from MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE (1943); "Main Street of the Labrador" by Adelaide Leitch, from ATLANTIC GUARDIAN (1949); "Aksunai" by Erwin C. Miller, from the CANADIAN GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL (1955); "Labrador -- 1933" by James Canning, from THE NEWFOUNDLAND SURVEYOR (1960); "The Goose Bay Story" by Vera Ayling, from THE ATLANTIC ADVOCATE (1964); "The Moravians in Labrador, (1771-1805)" by J.K. Miller, from THE POLAR RECORD (1971); "Moravian Mission Influence on Labrador Inuit Subsistence; 1776-1830" by J. Garth Taylor, from APPROACHES TO NATIVE HISTORY IN CANADA; Papers of a conference held at the National Museum of Man, (1977); In Addition: Chapter XXI from WHERE THE FISHERS GO: The Story of Labrador by P.W. Browne, entitled "Forest and Stream" (1909); Chapter 1 of a Department of Mines (Canada) Geological Survey by A.P. Coleman (1921); and a section from the book Le Noveau Quebec, entitled "Indians of Nouveau-Quebec" by John J. Honigmann (1961).

J. Garth Taylor

Kate Hettasch fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1981, 1987, 1988

Fonds consists of a poem written by Kate Hettasch about Christmas in Nain with a personal note on the reverse (1981); Christmas cards with Inukuluk designs by Kate Hettasch; picture and poem entitled " Blessed Christmas" by Kate Hettasch; correspondence from S.P. Hettasch to THEM DAYS concerning the death of Kate Hettasch; obituary for Kate Hettasch from The GLOBE TIMES, Bethlehem, Pa. (1987); poem by Kate Hettasch; eulogy for Kate Hettasch by Edwin W. Kortz (1987)

Hettasch, Kate

O`Brien, Monsignor Edward J.

  • Fonds
  • 1920-1963

Fonds consists of correspondence, receipts, invoices, telegrams, questionnaire results, petition, and newspaper clippings between 1920 and 1963. The correspondence is written to and by Father O'Brien during the years he served as a Missionary to the Innu in North West River and Davis Inlet regarding the establishment and maintenance of the Mission.

O'Brien, Monsignor Edward J.

George Budgell fonds

  • Fonds
  • Photocopied in 197? (originally created 1929, 1932, 1935)

The collection consists of the photocopied diaries of George Budgell's fur purchasing trips for the Hudson's Bay Company in 1929 and 1932; a summary of accounts at Ticcoralak (1935), and an undated diary.

Budgell, George

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