Communication

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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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Mysterious East

  • CA UNB MG L 19
  • Fonds
  • 1969-1973

This fonds documents the production and distribution of The Mysterious East. It also reflects the political activities and left-leaning sympathies of the editors, and suggests the leading social and political concerns of the day.

Headquartered at Fredericton, NB, the magazine published editorials and articles primarily about Maritime issues from a local, but alternative perspective. These articles covered a wide range of topics: pollution, housing, censorship, birth control, drugs, police policies, and native problems. A popular monthly feature announced the recipient of the Rubber Duck Award. The Duck was usually given to public officials who, according to the editors, demonstrated "conspicuous knavery or incompetence or stupidity."

It contains incoming and outgoing correspondence, draft submissions, draft or working copies of articles, background research material, bank records, invoices (subscriptions), distribution and general office files, newspaper clippings, photographs and negatives. Artifacts include: 1 rubber stamp -- "Mysterious East" and 7 rubber ducks.

Mysterious East, 1969-1972

Thomas D'Arcy McGee letters

  • CA UNB MG H 38
  • Fonds
  • [1855-1868]

This collection contains photocopies of letters written by Thomas D'Arcy McGee to James Sadlier.

McGee, Thomas Darcy

Donald Pringle

  • CA UNB MG H 141
  • Fonds
  • 1958

The fonds consists of a handwritten notebook kept by Donald Pringle while in Beirut, Jordan, and Gaza in 1958 during his assignment as an Information Officer with the UN Observation team reporting on the Palestinian refugee camps. It includes notes for interviews, background information, and his own observations of conditions in the area and the efforts of the UN Relief and Works Agency operating there.

Pringle, Donald

James Hannay

  • CA MNBM ID5249
  • Fonds
  • 1853-1909

Fonds consists of correspondence, writings and research materials belonging to Hannay. The correspondence includes letters to and from W.O. Raymond, W.F. Ganong, Charles G. D. Roberts, and Joseph Howe, 1857-1909. There are copies of Royal Navy reports on Bay of Fundy fishery, 1853, and typescripts of writings by Hannay, including articles clipped from newspapers, 1870-1909.

Research notes and background material included the original of a "Report to British cabinet on the Railway between Halifax and Quebec," 1857, and handwritten notes on the Tilley family, 1889.

Hannay, James

Bliss Carman

  • CA MNBM ID1755
  • Collection
  • 1915-1924

This collection consists of a letter written by Bliss Carman in 1915 while he was living in Haines Falls, NY., and addressed to Glen Walton Blodgett in Buffalo. Carman writes that he is honoured to be invited to a function in the company of distinguished guests. There is also a copy of the poem "In Excelsis", dated Christmas 1924, and printed on a single sheet of deckled, heavy weight paper. Both items bear Bliss Carman's signature.

Carman, Bliss

Harry Howith

  • CA UNB MG L 9
  • Fonds
  • 1963-1967

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.

Howith, Harry

Jean Sweet

  • CA MNBM ID34
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1978

Fonds includes correspondence; play scripts; poetry, short stories and other articles; Army programmes, 1943-1946 [World War II - WWII]; and theatre programmes, 1919-1967.

Includes theatre programmes and correspondence .

Sweet, Jean (née MacCullum)

John Reade

  • CA UNB MG L 25
  • Fonds
  • 1858-1931

The bulk of this fonds documents the literary career of John Reade. It includes correspondence and manuscripts, as well as newspaper clippings and scrapbooks of Reade's poems, certificates of John Reade's ordination (as a deacon and as a priest), affidavits, and biographical articles. Several letters are from Charles G D Roberts (1885) and Archibald Lampman (1889); there is also correspondence from F R Robinson regarding John Reade's leaving the ministry.

This fonds also contains correspondence addressed to and written by individuals other than John Reade, some of which is on a religious theme. Personal items include Annie Reade's diplomas, Mary Reade's will, Reade family photographs and an autograph book inscribed to John Reade from George Sully

Reade, John

Luke Morrison scrapbook

  • CA PANB MC340
  • Fonds
  • 1895-1931

The scrapbook contains the following items: newspaper clippings of the letters of George Boardman to the St. Croix Courier, dated 1895-1896, and historical sketches of the St. Croix River region.

Morrison, Luke Stewart

James Hannay

  • CA PANB MC64
  • Fonds
  • 1844-1909

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.

Hannay, James

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