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Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Fredericton

  • CA PANB MC336
  • Fonds
  • 1976-1980

This fonds contains materials relating to the activities of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Fredericton (New Brunswick) over its first five years and to the public responses received to its musical performances.

There are 10 scrapbooks, each containing textual material, newspaper clippings, and photographs chronicling the staging of a production, including scripts, rehearsals, programmes, tickets, advertising, and reviews. Musical productions represented include Palace of Varieties (1979), Iolanthe (1979), Victorian Cabaret (1978), The Mikado (1980), Pirates of Penzance (1976), An Evening with Gilbert and Sullivan (1976-1979), Patience (1977), Fools and Lovers (1977), and Gondoliers (1978).

Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Fredericton

H. Mortimer Lamb and Molly Lamb Bobak

  • CA UNB UA G 200
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1936, 1945-1969

This fonds contains correspondence from A.Y. Jackson (1882 - 1974) to H. Mortimer Lamb and his daughter Molly Lamb Bobak regarding the Canadian art scene. Topics covered include Jackson's exhibitions, sketching trips, his involvement in the Royal Canadian Academy of Art and his health problems. There is also a letter from Jackson's niece, Naomi Jackson Groves, to Bruno Bobak regarding the purchase of one of his paintings and a letter from Groves to Molly Bobak regarding the health of Alex Jackson.

The fonds also includes one photograph, "A Canadian Soldier" taken by H. Mortimer-Lamb" which was exhibited at the London Salon of Photography in 1939.

Mortimer-Lamb, Harold

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

Helen Creighton collection

  • CA MtA 0009
  • Collection
  • 1943-1971

Collection contains copies of notes on the traditional, folk, and Gaelic songs, from the Maritimes, contained on the discs made by Helen Creighton for the Archives of Folklore Division, Library of Congress, Washington, 1943-44, and 10 audio reels, on which the songs are recorded.

Also includes thank you letter from George Proctor, Professor and Head of Music Department, 1971, to Helen Creighton, for a letter and the transcriptions of the songs collected.

Creighton, Helen

Isabel St. John Bliss

  • CA UNB MG L 32
  • Fonds
  • 1836 - [1959], predominant 1882-1900

The collection consists of primary materials, such as correspondence, privately printed poems, and photographs and secondary materials gathered by Isabel St. John Bliss in preparation for her planned work on Bliss Carman. It is unknown when she acquired and began to organise her research materials.

Bliss, Isabel St. John

Jack W. Humphrey

  • CA MNBM ID2031
  • Fonds
  • 1956

This fonds consists of a typescript of a lecture by Jack Humphrey given at Mount Allison University Art Workshop in 1956. The lecture deals with the elements of painting, composition and design. It discusses Fauvism, Cubism and Impressionism as well as technique and colour theory for painting in both oil and watercolour, and basic materials used in art. The original lecture was apparently illustrated, but the illustrations are no longer present.

Humphrey, Jack Weldon

John Hammond

  • CA MtA 110
  • Fonds
  • [1871?]

Fonds contains Canadian Pacific Railway lantern slides. Numbered 2-169 (with gaps), the slides comprise scenes along the CPR from Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, to Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Hammond, John

John Hammond

  • CA MtA 42
  • Fonds
  • 1866, 1871-1929

Fonds consists of 9 series: John Hammond's sketch book; John Hammond's diary, June - December 1871; photographs; exhibit tickets; letter from Great Britain's Office of the Privy Council, London, England, granting John Hammond, British subject of Canada, permission to travel freely on the continent, 1887; clippings regarding John Hammond's exhibitions and career; biographical sketch of John Hammond; letter to John Hammond from the Director of The National Gallery of Canada, 1915; and John Hammond's paint box.

Hammond, John

John Louis Carleton

  • CA CC MCC1
  • Fonds
  • 1880-1886, 1915-1928, 1952

This fonds mainly consists of materials related to John Louis Carleton's activities as an amateur playwright. The fonds includes correspondence between J. L. Carleton and Cornhill Publishing Co., newspaper clippings, show programs, and manuscripts of the following plays: "The Medieval Hun," "Lores Defender," "The Dungarvans," "Oh How Delightful," "The Crimson Wing," "The O'Mahoney," "The Middogue," "The Lord of Cashel," "The Purple Testament," "Ready, Aye Ready," and an untitled play.

Carleton, John Louis

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

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