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Bishop Michael Fintan Power fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1897-1915

The fonds contains correspondence, 3 Shares of War Memorial, research notes, and a baptism record (1878). Many of the items concern a possible claim to property known as the "Lady Tucker Estate," Sherbourne, England. The fonds also includes newspaper clippings.

Power, Michael Fintan

Charles H. Danielle fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1881-1901

The fonds consists of the papers of Charles H. Danielle including, correspondence (1881, 1901); a list of suspected thefts within Octagon Castle (1901); program of "King Momus" Oriental themed masquerade ball (1888), directed by Danielle; 1 sales book, (1894-97), 1 photograph of an unidentified older man.

Danielle, Charles H.

Frederick A. Brazill fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1902-1939

The fonds consists of correspondence (1902-1903); 1 receipt, Dublin 1903; 1 account booklet for the Partridge Thrift Club (1938); 1 program, "San Toy" musical play (1919).

Brazill, Frederick A.

Gosling family fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1908-1965

The fonds consists of the papers of William Gilbert Gosling and research notes and drafts of his book Humphrey Gilbert, correspondence, one photograph album, one postcard album and several loose photographs that belonged to Armine Nutting Gosling and Ambrose Gosling, typed speeches and talk about Bermuda read by A.G. Gosling over the radio (1957); Ambrose Gosling's photograph album (including photographs of central Balkans, WWI, 1914-17), photographs of Salonika and photographs documenting the aftermath of major fire; Ambrose Gosling's postcard album (featuring Salonika and other sites), cast photo of "The New Boy", featuring Armine Nutting Gosling; photograph Newfoundland Lawn Tennis Club.

Gosling family

Harold Andrew Horwood fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1961-1976

The fonds consists of the original manuscripts for the novels Tomorrow Will Be Sunday, Foxes of Beachy Cove, The Beothuks and The Indian Hunter, Newfoundland; a typed interview discussing Tomorrow Will Be Sunday; a contract (1967) between Horwood and Thomas Cahill regarding the stage production of Tomorrow Will Be Sunday; agreement (1963) and contract for Habitation of Dragons (1964); exercise books used as journals (1961-76).

Horwood, Harold Andrew

John Keneally fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1856-1917

The fonds consists of personal papers belonging to John Keneally, including land deeds to Carbonear property (1856-1917), correspondence (1856-1913), insurance policy, "Amelia Emma" (ship) certification, and a lumber catalogue.

Keneally, John

Newfoundland Society of Art fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1938-1939, 1953

The fonds consists of one minute book recording the activities of the Newfoundland Society of Art (1938-39), a membership list (1953), and a clipping (1978) which reprints a 1928 exhibition announcement.

Newfoundland Society of Art

O'Mara family fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1835-1925

The fonds consists of the personal and business papers of three generations of the O'Mara family. The fonds include land deeds and mortgage indentures for property in St. John's (1825, 1836, 1873, 1896, 1904, 1915); financial records (1906, 1907); cash account book of the O'Mara business (1915-1917); a day book of the O'Mara business and household expenses (1916-1926); cheque books of Peter O'Mara (1921-23, 1906-14); correspondence (1934, 1926); and 3 unidentified photographs.

O'Mara family

Oke family fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1913-1968

The fonds consists of papers of the Oke's Carriage Factory and Undertaking Rooms, Oke's Funeral Home, and some personal papers and correspondence belonging to John Carnell Oke and Gordon Oke. The fonds includes tax returns (1920-1924), correspondence (1913-1968), notebooks, insurance policies (1915,1950), and related records such as an Associated Funeral Directors Service membership card.

Oke (family)

Progressive Painters Group fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1956-1971, 1978

The fonds consists of one notebook, containing the minutes of the Progressive Painters' Group (1956-1961), and career based biographical notes of Millicent King Penney, dated 1978.

Penney, Millicent King

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