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Trinity Benefit Club fonds

  • Fundo
  • 1838-1988

The fonds consists of the administrative and operational records of the Trinity Benefit Club from its inception in 1838, until the present. The bound volumes include the original rules and regulations of the club, minutes of meetings, treasurers accounts, enrollment, dues, and benefits. The files contain correspondence, applications and proposals for membership, notes and loose accounts, as well as clippings and photographs from the 150th Anniversary celebration of the club in 1988. One file contains material on the Trinity Benefit Club collected and created by Walter G. C. White. It includes news clippings, some extracts from Slade Diaries, Centennial posters, Rules and Regulations and a scrapbook on the History of the Trinity Club by Rev. Canon Lockyer, which includes photographs of many of its presidents.

The records have been organized in four series: Series 1, Rules, regulations and minutes, 1838- 1983; Series 2, Treasurer's records, 1838-1877; Series 3, Membership, 1844-1966; Series 4, General files, 1869-1988.

Trinity Benefit Club (Trinity, N.L.)

Rev. Leo Giles Shea fonds

  • Fundo
  • 1931 predominant, 1957-1970

Fonds consists of records relating to Rev. Leo Shea including, baptismal certificate, academic recommendations from St. Bonaventure's College, letter of recommendation as a prospective candidate for the priesthood (1951), academic reports from All Hallows College, Ireland, letters of pastoral appointment, letters of condolence including correspondence from the Lieutenant Governor and the House of Assembly. Fonds also includes printed material related to his life.

Shea, Leo Giles

MacEdward Leach fonds

  • Fundo
  • 1949-1951, 1960

Fonds consists primarily of audio recordings and field notes made in Newfoundland, Labrador and Nova Scotia during Leach's field trips. They include 102 audio recordings made in 1949, 1950, 1951 and 1960. Included also are Leach's tape tables of contents; field notebooks with textual and musical transcriptions; index cards containing information on songs and singers and items of folklore of various genres; 89 b&w negatives of coastal scenes and individuals; photocopies of correspondence with various Newfoundlanders and Canadian officials regarding his proposed field trips, and from informants in Newfoundland.

Source: Article by T.P. Coffin in American Folklore- An Encyclopedia by Jan Harold Brunvandt.

Leach, MacEdward

Robert Newman & Company collection

  • Coleção
  • 1894-1951

Collection consists of original records relating to property transactions of Robert Newman & Company, 1894-1951. Records include leases, mortgages, insurances, etc. Fonds also includes material related to Robert Newman & Company accumulated by Dr. Keith Matthews. Material collected includes notes from journals, 1786-1812; photocopies and notes from ledgers, 1771-1812; notes and transcripts from letterbooks, 1792-1896; and notes from account books; Collection also includes reproduced material related to Robert Newman & Company accumulated by Dr. Keith Matthews. Material collected includes notes from journals, 1786-1812; photocopies and notes from ledgers, 1771-1812; notes and transcripts from letterbooks, 1792-1896; and notes from account books, 1775-1806. Also included is a history of Newman's that was written in 1951.

Robert Newman & Company

Hawes and Company (London) Ltd. fonds

  • Fundo
  • 1909-1947

This fonds contains some of the corporate records of Hawes and Company (London) Ltd. The records include minutes of meetings, trade reports and subject files. There is also a collection of financial records. Fonds is arranged in two series: 1. Administrative records, 1909-1934; 2. Financial records, 1926-1947.

Hawes and Company (London) Ltd.

Newfoundland Shipowners Association fonds

  • Fundo
  • 1938, 1963-1995

Fonds consists of the administrative and operational records of the association from 1965 to 1988/89, and some general files relating to issues of interest to the last president, Wayne Davis, up to 1995. The administrative records include the articles of association and incorporation, minutes of meetings, assessment of membership, and membership lists. The correspondence and general files contain the records of the general affairs and interests of the association, reports, and draft briefs. There are some financial records in the form of invoices and cheques. The financial statements for the association were included in the records of the annual general meetings. Some of the material includes explanatory notations made by Wayne Davis when he was reviewing the files prior to donating them to the Maritime History Archive.

The fonds is arranged in five series: Administrative records, 1938 (photocopy), 1973-1988; Financial records, 1980-1986; Correspondence and general files, 1965-1987; Briefs and publications, 1963-1984; Other material, 1976, 1990-1995. The fonds also contains copies of minutes of related associations: the Newfoundland and Labrador Marine Advisory Committee and the Newfoundland Sealers' Association.

Newfoundland Shipowners Association

St. John's Women's World Day of Prayer Commitee fonds

  • Fundo
  • 1957-1975

The fonds consists of the administrative and financial records, including a notebook (1957-1968), minute book (1957-1967), and records (1968-1974). The fonds also includes photographs of the Women's World Day of Prayer Committee (1957-1974), minutes, correspondence, programs, press releases, schedules, receipts, and newspaper clippings.

St. John's Women's World Day of Prayer Committee

Maritime History Archive student papers collection

  • Coleção
  • 1969-1989

The Maritime History Archive collection of student papers contains 5429 essays relevant to the history and culture of Newfoundland and Labrador, collected by professors in the departments of Anthropology, Geography, and History. Most of the papers contain original research on Newfoundland communities and regions, but other categories of research include biographies and family histories, settlement patterns, economic development, education, health, law and justice, merchants, the military, politics and government, religion, shipping, fisheries and the fishing industry, and Labrador society and culture. Research papers may include photographs, oral histories, and diagrams.

The collection is organized in the following series:

  1. Student research papers in History, collected by Keith Matthews, 1971-86
  2. Student research papers in Geography, collected by John Mannion, 1976-86
  3. Student research papers in Geography, collected by W. S. W. Nowak, 1972-89
  4. Student research papers in Anthropology, collected by John Kennedy, 1972-85
  5. Student research papers in Anthropology, collected by Tom Nemec,1969-76.

St. Edward's Parish (Kelligrews, Newfoundland) fonds

  • Fundo
  • 1951-1989

Fonds consists of correspondence relating to parish building projects, property, and appointments (1954-1984); register listing orphans residing at Villa Nova Orphanage (1889-1890) and parish baptisms (1889-1906) and containing inserts of return of deaths for Kelligrews (1891) and return of births for Bell Island (1895); greeting cards addressed to Archbishops Roche and Skinner (1940, 1951); construction contract (1954); canonical decrees transferring the seat of the parish residence and dismembering the parish (1982); St. Thomas of Villanova church programs (1983-1984); and newspaper clippings relating to parish history (1978-1989). Fonds includes some photocopies

St. Edward's Parish (Kelligrews, N.L. : Catholic)

Wilson Vardy fonds

  • Fundo
  • 1900-1920

Fonds consists of diaries that give a daily account of the weather, entries and clearances of vessels at Port aux Basques, ice conditions, and sparse comments relating to the fishery and other subjects. The letter books consist of correspondence between Wilson Vardy and the Department of Lighthouses and relates to work carried out on the lights and buoys. The logbooks are an account of the oil, wicks, and glasses used and a daily record of the weather.

Fonds is arranged in three series: Diaries, 1900-1920; Letter books, 1918-1921; and Logbooks, 1904-1921.

Vardy, Wilson

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