- CA UNB MG L 20
- [ca. 1937]
One original poem by John Sutherland
One original poem by John Sutherland
This collection contains two items -- 1 typescript and 1 holograph poem by Charles G. D. Roberts.
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.
This 28-page logbook for the brigantine "L. W. Eaton" records 4 voyages, 1 completed in 1875 and 3 completed in 1879, namely: New York, New York, to Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 1875; Chatham, New Brunswick, to St. John's, Newfoundland, June 1879; St. Johns, NF, to Chatham, NB, June 1879; and Chatham, NB, to St-Pierre and Miquelon, July 1879. The log records the daily notes for each voyage which make reference to bearing, weather, and distance sailed.
L. W. Eaton logbook, Author
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.
This fonds documents David H. Walker's 45-year literary career as author of 19 novels, over 100 short stories, and several works of non-fiction -- most notably, an autobiography, Lean, Wind, Lean. It also reflects his military career in The Black Watch (1931-47), including his internment in German prison camps during the Second World War. The fonds also includes material relating to Walker's family life, his personal relationships, his friendship with Lord Wavell, and his travels in Canada and abroad as well as several awards and honours.
It includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, notes, draft manuscripts, draft scripts, agreements with publishers and film makers, published short stories, reviews, royalty statements, and publicity material as well as copies of speeches, travel and family photographs, biographical material, mementos, and awards. Artifacts include: commission in The Black Watch, Governor-General's awards for fiction (1952 and 1953), and warrants making Walker a Member of the Order of the British Empire and a Member of the Order of Canada.
This fonds documents the professional career of civil engineer Henry George Clopper Ketchum, particularly with respect to the building of railway lines in Canada and Brazil and the construction of the Chignecto Ship Railway. It also contains biographical information about him as well as business records pertaining to a general store presumably operated by members of the Ketchum family at Fredericton.
It includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports, minutes, specifications, estimates, contracts, schedules, maps, surveys, plans, blueprints, photographs and negatives. It also includes papers on engineering subjects, engineering notes, diagrams, essays, and articles and newspaper clippings about the Chignecto Ship Railway.
Ketchum, Henry George Clopper
This fonds documents the literary and personal activities of Lloyd Roberts and sheds light on his personal relationships with his father and other family members. The fonds also documents Charles G.D. Roberts's literary career, highlighting his business dealings with publishers and agents.
This fonds contains personal letters to Lloyd or Charles G.D. Roberts and holograph and typescript copies of poems by them. It also includes their literary notebooks and copies of their published works, as well as Charles G.D. Roberts's royalty statements, correspondence from his publishers, his literary agreements, and clippings about his literary activities. The fonds also includes a very few typescript, holograph, or published copies of works by Bliss Carman, Theodore Goodridge Roberts, Leila Roberts, and other writers.
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).
This fonds contains biographical information, correspondence, literary works and photographs which document the life and interests of Annie Harvie (Ross) Foster Hanley. Copies of literary works, in both printed form and manuscript, form the bulk of the fonds. Photographs are largely studio prints of family members in NB, especially Woodstock and Doaktown. Also included are photographs from a funeral procession for Peter Veregin, leader of a Doukhobor sect.
Foster, Annie H.