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Homer Green fonds

  • CA Them Days S281-S292, S2075-S2080, S2400, S2437, S2460, S2761-S2780, S2857, S3132, S3135-S3136, S3141-S3143, S3146-S3147, S3165
  • Fonds
  • 1989, 1990, 1993, 1995

Collection consists of 51 coloured slides, 1989-1995, depicting various scenes encountered by Green on his travels through Labrador: portraits of individuals and groups in Fox Harbour, Makkovik, Red Bay, Nain, Northwest River and Sheshatshiu; dwellings and buildings; Labrador Canoe Regatta-1993; Trappers’ Monument.

Homer Green

Leo Ehrenberg fonds

  • CA Them Days S2519, S2841-S2880
  • Fonds
  • 197? - 198?

Fonds consists of 36 coloured slides taken by Ehrenberg during his stay in Labrador. The subject matter is various, including airplanes, landscapes and individual portraits.

Leo Ehrenberg

Canadian Forces Base Goose Bay collection

  • CA Them Days S021-S100, S2837, S2949-2950
  • Fonds
  • 1941-1987

Collection consists of 82 coloured slides depicting various scenes at the Canadian Forces Base in Goose Bay. The subjects are various including aircraft, aerial views, runways, hangars, military equipment, sports and recreation, Gosling Lake; maps, military emblems, volleyball game, Base construction –1941.

Canadian Forces Base Goose Bay

Department of Administrative Services and City Clerk fonds

  • CA NL0023 RG 01
  • Fonds
  • 1880-2010

Correspondence and subject files pertaining to the general administration of the Department of Administrative Services and City Clerk; minutes of weekly or biweekly City Council meetings ranging from 1892 to 2006; minutes and correspondence that was created by the various subcommittees of Council; all surviving material relating to the administration of municipal elections in St. John's such as nomination papers, ballots, voting cards, Applications for Deputy Returning Officers, newspaper clippings, swearing in of new city officials, information on wards and polling stations, tally sheets, and other related documentation; a number of ledgers and notebooks related to the activities of the Assessment Review Court; bound letterbooks of out-going correspondence of the Secretary and later Secretary-Treasurer of the St. John's Municipal Council for the period 1892 to 1916; index cards of properties in St. John's; signed official copies of By-Laws of the City of St. John's for the period
1968-1996; correspondence and subject files kept by the City Clerk's Department relating the Mundy Pond Urban Renewal Scheme; memos and correspondence retained by the data Processing Manager; a number of documents used by Assessors in determining the value of a property for taxation purposes; files that have been created relating to specific properties dating back to 1911; various record books and registers maintained by the City Clerk and the City Engineer; City Engineer Record Book, 1918-1943; three volumes of Crown Rent ledgers for the period 1896-1931; files and photographs maintained by the Clerk of the Works and Building Superintendent about the construction of City Hall between 1969-1973; records documenting the rebuilding of St. John's after the Great Fire of July 8, 1892 specifically land expropriated for the purposes of street reconstruction and widening; correspondence, sketches and photographs regarding residential and commercial properties which were considered for inclusion in the Central Area Redevelopment Scheme; miscellaneous subject files maintained by the City Clerk discussing a wide range of issues and programs; items that were created by or for the City of St. John's and is branded with the City name or logo; audio cassettes of the proceedings of the St. John's Local Board of Appeals, also known as the Appeal Board.

Department of Administrative Services and City Clerk

Clarice Hopkins collection

  • CA NL0051 PL46
  • Collection
  • 1929, 1933, 1956-1968, 1981

Collection consists of songs written by Clarice Hopkins entitled "Girls of Spotted Islands" (1929) and "Jack Holwell's Wedding" (1933) ; Girl Guide records from the 1st Cartwright Company of Girl Guides (1956-1968).

Clarice Hopkins

Edgar Richardson collection

  • CA NL0051 PL40
  • Collection
  • 1972, 1981

Collection consists of correspondence from W. Chris Robart to THEM DAYS concerning Edgar Richardson (1981); Transcript of Reminiscences of Edgar Richardson (in his 94th year) as told to Chris Robart (1972). Covering dates of material: (1892-1902).

Edgar Richardson

Girl Guides of Labrador collection

  • CA NL0051 PL33
  • Collection
  • 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1970

Collection consists of Girl Guide company records for the company in Cartwright, Labrador (1938-1941); History of Girl Guiding in Happy Valley (1952-1969); Correspondence from Mary Evers-Swindell to Mrs. Sparshott regarding Girl Guides (1938); Newspaper article from the WEEKLY TELEGRAPH entitled "Good Work Against Heavy Odds" (1938).

Girl Guides of Canada, Newfoundland Council

O'Brien Family collection

  • CA NL0051 PL31
  • Collection
  • 1771-1955

Collection consists of history of family business establishment at L'anse au L'oup (1771-1933) and family history of the O'Briens; two copies of the O'Brien family tree (1825-1955); paper written by Lawrence O'Brien entitled "Leo O'Brien: Master Folksinger and Storyteller of L'anse au L'oup, Labrador" (1977). Covering dates for this collection are 1771-1955.

O'Brien Family

International Grenfell Association collection

  • CA NL0051 PL3
  • Collection
  • 1903-1978

Collection consists of articles from AMONG THE DEEP SEA FISHERS entitled: "The Forgotten Years 1912-1945" by W.A. Paddon (1981); "64-64-64, The Valley Calling" by Susan Felsburg (1981); "On Cartwright" by C. Hogarth Forsyth (date unknown); "Indian Harbour Items" Norman B. Stewart and "Dr. Grenfell's Log" (1911); "Items from the New England Association" (1913); "Summer Hospital at Indian Harbour" by Austin B. Reeve (1913); "Indian Harbour" by Dr. Harry L. Paddon (1914); "Indian Harbour Hospital" and "Indian Harbour Hospital, Labrador" by Dr. Harry L. Paddon (1915); "Spotted Islands, Labrador" by Mrs. Manning C. Fields (1915); "A Summer at Indian Harbour Hospital" by Harold Thomas (1916); "Vale, Indian Harbour" by Harry L. Paddon (1929); "Twenty-six Years Ago" by Frederick W. Willway (1920); "Dr. Grenfell's Log" (1920); IGA in Labrador (1910); "Items from the New England Association" (1911); Indian Harbour during the war (World War One) (1914); Editorial Notes (1914); A bit about Battle Harbour (1915); "Crossing the Run" by Dorothy Jupp (date unknown); "Extracts from Dr. Grenfell's Letters to 'The Toilers'" (1903); "A Newcomer Along the Coast" by Kate Hester Parks (1923); "A Return Visit to the Coast" by Betty Seabrook (1954); article entitled "Reading for Pleasure" by Edith Sloan Griscom (part 1) and Nora Dunning (part 2) (date unknown); article entitled "To November, 1976" re: the Indian Alcohol Program in North West River; articles from AMONG THE DEEP SEA FISHERS entitled: "The Mission's Most Northerly Outposts" by Harry L. Paddon (1926); "A Peep into Battle Harbour Hospital" by Sister Bailey (1907); "A Day in Battle Harbour Hospital" by Nellie Gilgour (1909); "Items from Battle Harbour" by S.M. Carr Harris (1909); "Battle Harbour Jottings" (1910); "Winter Nursing Station for Battle Harbour Hospital, Lewis Bay, Labrador" by Alberta Morbio (1925); "Battle Harbour Hospital-Summer of 1925" by Joseph K. Surls (1926); "A Dentist's Experience in Labrador" by Abraham M. Zimmerman (1926); "Dr. Grenfell's Log" (1926); "The Summer at Battle Harbour" by Harry T. Mount (date unknown); Notes on IGA (1933); article entitled "Grenfell Mission Hospital Ships" by Dr. Harry L. Paddon (1965); articles from AMONG THE DEEP SEA FISHERS entitled "Spotted Islands" (1922); "Cary Cove", a poem (date unknown); "Dentistry at Spottted Islands" by Donald Huchingson (date unknonw); "The School at Spotted Islands" by Lement B.P. Cobb; "Staff and Volunteer Workers Season-1922; "Christmas at St. Anthony Orphanage" by Harriot P. Houghteling (1921); "Christmas at Cartwright Boarding School" by Clara Gordon (1921); article from CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL entitled "Grenfell's Legacy to Labrador and Newfoundland" (date unknown); excerpts from NORTHERN NURSE by Elliott Merrick (1944); article from BY GREAT WATERS entitled "Adrift on an Icepan" by Wilfred Grenfell (1908); copies of THE LOCKWOOD MAGAZINE Vol. 3.1 (1938), Vol. 5.1 and Vol 5.1 typed copy (1943); Lockwood School Log photocopies of handwritten originals and retyped copies (1935-1936) and (1937-1938); Lockwood School lessons for grade two (circa 1940), Lockwood School student's work (circa 1940), Lockwood School lessons for grade two (1940), photocopies of handwritten originals and typed copies; Lockwood School holiday programs (1931-1934); correspondence regarding an outbreak of typhoid fever in Batteau, Labrador in 1917 (1917-1918); Guest Book from the Cartwright Hospital (1931-1983); Mary's Harbour Nursing Station Guest Book (1904-1987); correspondence regarding the names and locations of branches of the Grenfell Association and bequest from Jane L. Alcorn; memorandums, letters, certificates, and accounts re: IGA Timber Royalties (1935-1946); correspondence regarding the rate of pay for labourers and the use of Rangers as Relief Officers (1936-1937); correspondence between the Newfoundland Rangers, Department of Natural Resources, and IGA re: fire break at North West River (1935-1936); correspondence re: IGA permits for voluntary workers; correspondence of Minister of Agriculture and Mines Development of the Colonial Secretary of Newfoundland re: IGA application for land at North West River for hospital site (1915); "First Annual Report of the International Grenfell Association" (1914); Report of the Commissioner re: the Grenfell Inquiry by Robert T. Squarey (1917); petition by William Duff and Sons Ltd. re: IGA stores (1917); various correspondence and statements re: IGA petition and Grenfell Inquiry (1917); IGA application for the right to cut timber at St. Lewis Inlet (1918-1919); IGA machine shop expenses and revenue (1916); memorandum and articles of association of the International Grenfell Association (1913); liscence and certificate of incorporation (1914); copy of report by R.T. Squary re: IGA enquiry (1917); Evidence taken on the Grenfell Inquiry by Robert T. Squarey (1917); Examinations and cross-examinations re: Grenfell Inquiry (1917); Evidence taken on the Grenfell Inquiry, Forteau, Flower's Cove, Quirpon, La Soie, Coachman's Cove, Seldom Come By, Greenspond, St. John's (1917) IGA petition for assistance from Battle Harbour to Prime Minister and Member of Parliament (1950); correspondence of SPEAR, MIDDLETON, DONALDSON & HALL PATENT and TRADE MARK CAUSES re: IGA trademark (1923); copy of the IGA 1932 Act granting certain lands at Mary's Harbour to the IGA (1932).

International Grenfell Association

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

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