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- The subject term Communications should be used with descriptions that relate to communication professionals and activities including, but not limited to, journalists, broadcasters, documentary film makers, commercial photographers, newspapers magazines, newsletters, radio , television, telephone, cable, documentary film, internet, advertising, printing, publishing, journalism, symbols, logos, flags and communication based professional organizations.
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- CA PANB MC34
- [ca. 1970]
The fonds contains guidelines and outlines for radio and television interviews that Harry Hagerman conducted on a number of topics related to the folk history and culture of New Brunswick, taped interviews and their transcribed texts, sketches, newspaper clippings and miscellaneous material that Hagerman collected during his reporting and investigations or research.
- CA UNB MG L 9
This fonds documents the literary career of Harry Howith. It includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts of college essays and poems, and published material.
- CA PHI 6-B-2
- [after 1961]
A history of the Kingston Peninsula Telephone Company taken primarily from their minute books.
- CA THT 2010.5.6
- [between 1850-1867]
Item is a video recording of Jack MacKenzie on the television game show "What's My Line?" which aired from 1950 to 1967
- CA PANB MC64
This collection contains some of the listings of historical materials compiled by James Hannay in the first decade of the 20th century. It includes handwritten and typescript lists of documents of government offices and government bodies in New Brunswick -- Auditor General's office, the Crown Lands office, the Executive Council, the House of Assembly, the Legislative Library, the Lieutenant-Governor, and the Provincial Secretary.
It also includes listings of records of the Clerk of the Peace, Registrar of Deeds, Registrar of Probate, and other administrators of the counties of Albert, Carleton, Charlotte, Gloucester, Kent, Kings, Madawaska, Northumberland, Queens, Restigouche, Saint John, Sunbury, Victoria, Westmorland, and York in New Brunswick.
The collection also includes similar listings of records of civil administrators of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island as well as Hannay's working notes, copies of his correspondence with the Dominion Archivist (1909), a sketch of the career of L. A. Wilmot, and copies of "Journal of Acadia, 1694-1695" by M. de Villebon and "La Mothe Cadillac," a memoir relating to Acadia and New England.