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Madge Smith

  • CA PANB MC168
  • Fonds
  • 1904-1974

This fonds documents Madge Smith's professional activities as an art dealer and photographer over several decades. It includes business and personal correspondence with art galleries, art centres, museums, art clubs, and art associations, as well as with prominent writers, artists, and politicians, including Lord Beaverbrook, Molly Bobak, Bruno Bobak, Miller Brittain, Kjeld Deichmann, Erica Deichmann Gregg, Hugh John Flemming, Milton Gregg, Dorothy Gregg, Lucy Jarvis, Pegi Nichol MacLeod, Alden Nowlan, Leonard O'Brien, Charles G. D. Roberts, Frances Roberts, and Goodridge Roberts.

The bulk of the fonds consists of more than 1200 photographs taken by Madge Smith of landmarks, buildings, residences, ceremonies, celebrations, or street scenes of Fredericton and surrounding area and of communities located on the Miramichi and the Fundy Coast -- Saint John, St. Andrews, Grand Manan, and Campobello. A number of photographs of Pegi Nichol MacLeod are also included. The photographs have been transferred to the Photographic Section (P120).

There are also printed materials on writers and artists, scrapbooks, guest books, newspaper clippings, and copies of bills and receipts.

Smith, Madge

Malcolm MacKenzie Ross

  • CA UNB UA G 139
  • Fonds
  • 1951-1971

This fonds documents various aspects of Malcolm MacKenzie Ross's literary and scholarly activities. It includes originals and copies of correspondence, invitations, newspaper clippings, copies of citations, copies of speeches and addresses (delivered by Ross), and copies of published articles and reviews (by Ross). The fonds also includes published articles about Ross and reviews of his work as well as biographical information.

Ross, Malcolm MacKenzie

Margaret Duncan Borden

  • CA MtA 167
  • Fonds
  • [193?]

Fonds consists of the stories and other material. Some of the recollections refer to Little Shemogue and Borden’s childhood experiences there, including information about prominent Covenant families in the community; others relate incidents later in her life, as a wife and mother, raising a family with her husband. Some of the stories indicate date and place of origin.

Also included is a newspaper clipping, dated 24 August 1934, which features a photograph of the First Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. There is also a list of the stories, by title which appears to have been written by Mary Lane (nee Duncan), a niece of Borden, who lived in the Duncan house in Little Shemogue.

Borden, Margaret Jane (Duncan)

Marsh Barn Photographic Print

  • CA THT 2014.8.3
  • Item
  • Unknown

Item is a decorative photograph featuring horses, 'Marsh barns' and the Tantramar marsh in the background

Michael Nowlan

  • CA UNB MG L 34
  • Fonds
  • 1966-1992

This fonds documents the writing career of Michael O. Nowlan, as well as much of his work as a teacher of English and advocate of Canadian literature. The fonds consists largely of correspondence to and from Nowlan, and drafts and notes for articles and books. Also included are committee minutes, newspaper clippings, and a few photographs. Despite the existence of separate "Correspondence" files, almost every file in the fonds contains correspondence, usually associated with the material in the file.

Nowlan, Michael O.

Nicholas Catanoy

  • CA UNB MG L 31a
  • Subfonds
  • 1969-1982

This fonds consists of photocopies of 22 letters written by Alden Nowlan to Nicholas Catanoy and his wife, Marie-Claude. While the letters are primarily of a personal nature, they include on-going discussions concerning the production of Modern Romanian poetry.

Catanoy, Nicholas

R.E. Balch

  • CA UNB UA RG 125
  • Fonds
  • [before 1970]

Photographs depict buildings, activities, and individuals associated with the University of New Brunswick. Some of the photographs are matted; some are mounted on heavy cardboard.

Balch, Reginald Ernest

Raymond Fraser

  • CA UNB MG L 28
  • Fonds
  • 1953-[199-], predominant 1961-1992

This fonds documents Raymond Fraser's life as a writer of poetry and prose beginning in the 1960s. It also highlights his relationships with business associates, family, and friends, including some who are or were part of the Canadian literary scene. In addition, this fonds sheds light on his personal activities, most notably his involvement with The Flat Earth Society, which he co-founded with Leo Ferrari and Alden Nowlan in 1970.

This fonds consists of 4 series: 1. Correspondence 2. Manuscripts and typescripts 3. Reviews 4. Personal and business records

It contains business and personal correspondence, literary manuscripts and typescripts of published and unpublished works, published copies of newspaper articles, reviews of published works, and newspaper clippings. A few personal and business records, including royalty statements, income tax returns, copyright and business registrations, school records, and materials relating to The Flat Earth Society are also included.

Fraser, Raymond

Raymond Souster

  • CA UNB MG L 6
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1965

This fonds documents aspects of Raymond Souster's literary activities during the mid-1960s. It includes correspondence concerning the publication of two books of poetry Ten elephants on Yonge Street (Ryerson Press, 1965) and New wave Canada: The new explosion in Canadian poetry (Contact Press, 1966), revised drafts of poems for inclusion in the books, and manuscript copies of them.

Several files containing edited, typescript copies of Souster's poems; four note books of hand-written poems authored by Souster during 1965, and bound manuscript copies of New workings: new versions of some uncollected poems (1973), and The way it looks from here: new and uncollected poems (1973) created by Souster are also included in the fonds. File 2 contains a hand-written five-page document titled "Ten Elephants" which discusses the book of the same name, file 3 contains a four-page text called "Combustion" which seems to have been written for the magazine's "limited reprinting in two bound volumes ... by Victor Coleman's Island Press" and file 5 contains a four-page manuscript "Some afterthoughts on Contact Magazine" which appears in Contact 1952 - 1954. Being an index to the contents of Contact ... by Michael Gnarowski (Montreal: Delta Canada, 1966).

Souster, Raymond

Reverend Hiram A. Cody

  • Fonds
  • 1872 - 1972

This fond of Hiram. A Cody is comprised of two newspaper articles, parts one and two of an article written by Ted Jones, as well as two copies of an address given to the Kings County Historical Society by A. P. Hetherington, in 1972, titled Life and Times of H. A. Cody.

Reverend Cody was both a pastor and a literary figure, having prolifically written in many forms such as plays, short stories, novels, sermons ans serializations. He was born on the Washademoak, New Brunswick in 1872. He moved to the Yukon in 1904 as a travelling missionary, and in 1909 him and his family moved back to New Brunswick and to the rectorship of St. James' Church in Saint John. In 1927 Rev. Cody was appointed Archdeacon of Saint John. He died in 1984 at the age of 75.

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