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Lawrence R. Smith fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1972-1981

Fonds consists of two series pertaining to two linguistic research projects undertaken by Smith during his tenure at Memorial University. The first series, Labrador Inuktitut dictionary project, comprises 162 original audio recordings made by Sam Metcalfe, Larry Smith, Fred Lyle, in various formats along with many copies and second copies; 114 cm of textual material consisting of notes, translations and transcripts of these recordings and related textual material pertaining to the Computerized Database of Labrador Inuktitut (CDLI); 22 issues of an Inuit publication entitled Kinatuinamot Illengajuk. The CDLI (1972-1981) consists of texts of Labrador Inuktitut from newspaper articles, life stories, tape transcripts, personal experience narratives and fictional narratives of speakers of all ages from Nain, Makkovik and Hopedale. The texts have been phonemicized and gramatically analyzed.

Series two, Sociolinguistic Survey of the Southern Avalon (SSSA), comprises 142 audio cassettes and textual materials, including brief biographies of informants. The SSSA was conducted by paid student interviewers in the communities of Branch, St. Bride's, Patrick's Cove, Cuslett, St. Vincent's, St. Shott's, Tors Cove, Colinet, Bay Bulls and Witless Bay in 1980-1982 and consisted of answers to a prepared questionnaire and casual conversation examples.

Smith, Lawrence R.

Churchmen's Club, (Trinity, NF) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1932-1950

The fonds consists of the minute book of the Churchmen's Club, 1932-1950, general rules and card rules, 1946, and invoices, 1939.

Churchmen's Club (Trinity, N.L.)

Bishop John Thomas Mullock fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1850-1868

Fonds includes documentation concerning Mullock's ecclesiastical appointments, correspondence as Bishop of Newfoundland (1850-68); lectures on Newfoundland (1860); circular and pastoral letters (1850-68); diaries and journals (1850-63); manuscript concerning the Catholic church in Newfoundland; financial accounts (1859-63); subscriptions by Newfoundland fishermen and sealers for the support of Catholic church (1859-64); a scrapbook compiled by Mullock (ca. 1860); and his will (1865). Fonds also includes printed material related to life and activities of Mullock added by Archdiocesan staff.

Fonds is arranged in the following series: 1. Correspondence and other material; 2. Diaries and journals; 3. Scrapbook.

Mullock, John Thomas

Trinity Youth Club fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1966-1972

The fonds mostly consists of minutes of meetings and treasurers reports. There is a copy of the regulations and by-laws and a small amount of correspondence, most of which is resignations of officers.

Trinity Youth Club

Parish of Trinity East-Port Rexton fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1892-1972

The fonds consists of three volumes; Pew rent for Salmon Cove East, 1841-1883, and a transcript of a Vestry meeting held at All Saints, 1841 relating to cemetery, school and pews; a Parish Priests Register, 1892-1931, in which are listed alphabetically the members of the congregation, place of residence and, if married, the names of their wife and children; minutes of the Trinity East Parish Council and the Trinity-Trinity East Parish Council, 1969-1972; a proposed floor plan for St. Andrew's Church, c.1980.

Parish of Trinity East-Port Rexton

Trinity Police Station fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1935-1950

The fonds consists of three volumes entitled "Police Diaries", 1935-1950 and a book containing notes from a Training School of the Newfoundland Constabulary, kept by constable John P. Baggs, October 1944. The fonds is arranged in two series.

Trinity Police Station

St. Paul's School Trinity fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1902-1969

The fonds consists of primary and high school registers for attendance, studies pursued and payments, 1902-1969, and student report cards for 1947-1960.

St. Paul's School Trinity

First Trinity Girl Guide Company fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1943-1968

The fonds consists of a logbook of the company with an introduction by the Chaplain, Rev. R.S. Sheppard and a record book, 1953-1968. The logbook begins March 26, 1943 and contains a detailed account of the activities of the company. On p.2 there are 8 photographs of a camp held in 1944. The final meeting recorded in the logbook was held in February, 1966. The record book contains the names of the Guides enrolled and an account of their badges etc. Instructions and advice for guides, written by Commissioner Mrs. Sullivan, is included at the back of the book.

1st Trinity Girl Guide Company

Florence Murrin fonds

  • Fonds
  • [197-]

The fonds consists of a single scrapbook entitled "Historical photographs and Manuscripts of Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland by Rev. Edmund Hunt, 1888-1973". The scrapbook contains photographs and historical information about Trinity and the Rev. Edmund Hunt, compiled by Reverend Hunt's daughter, Florence Murrin. The book contains a number of early photographs of Trinity as well as photographs taken by Rev. Hunt that were made into a postcard series for Trinity. The majority of the photographs were taken by Rev. Hunt. The text was compiled by Murrin, borrowing extensively from a book on Trinity authored by her father.

Murrin, Florence

Great War Monument Committee (Trinity, NF) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1919-1921

Minute book 1919-1921, and correspondence with various marble works obtaining designs and estimates for the monument.

Great War Monument Committee (Trinity, N.L.)

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