- CA QUEBEC ZA999
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Fonds consists of folklore and oral history materials deposited by Marjorie Stoker and is arranged into two series. Series 1 (67-024) consists of 3 audio reels documenting a kitchen party at Calvert on 5 May 1967; Series 2 (74-230 and 89-067) consist of 50 audio reels containing interviews conducted by Stoker with residents of Conne River, Conne Village, Harry's Brook, St. Alban's, St. John's, mainly pertaining to Mi'kmaq culture and folklore. Included in this fonds are 144 photonegatives (b&w) of the pages of a prayer book in the Mi'kmaq language, borrowed by Stoker and photographed by her son Richard. There is an extensive Marjorie Stoker fonds in the CNS archives at Memorial University.
The collection consists of two medieval manuscript fragments, two incunabula, and a Herodian coin.
Fonds consists of Journals of Discussions and Decisions of the Permanent Joint Board on Defence (PJBD) for meetings 1-99, 114-129, 142-172, & 184-193; minutes of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO’s) Canada-United States Regional Planning Committee for meetings 1-51 & 55-98; Minutes of the CANUS Planners’ Conference, 6th - 12th conferences; and of photocopies of material selected from RG 59 at the U.S. National Archives in Washington, D.C. and related to the work of the PJBD, including correspondence dealing with such topics as the Northwest River staging field, the Alaskan Highway, Canadian labour problems, etc. between the respective Canadian and American secretaries to the Board. Also includes 4 photo albums, a picture book and various loose photographs from PJBD meetings from 1940-1996. There are four series:
I. Journals of the Permanent Joint Board on Defence (82/196)
II. Materials from other Corporate Bodies (82/196)
III. U.S. National Archives RG 59 - Permanent Joint Board on Defence
IV. Photographs series
The Dr. H. Bliss Murphy fonds contains 159 glass slides, which are arranged by subject in six series. The slides consist of individuals, families, landscapes, buildings, religious ceremonies and work in India, various microscopic images, anatomical diagrams taken from the Anatomy Department, London Hospital Medical Collection, physicians, including famous physicians such as Pasteur, Fleming, and Koch, diagrams of medical experiments, procedures, and microscopic images, as well as unrelated subjects such as biblical images, a human skull, a mummified corpse and a poem.
Fonds consists of the following series: 1.0 India (65 slides); 2.0 London Hospital Medical Collection (12 slides); 3.0 Physicians (11 slides); 4.0 Medical Diagrams (26 slides); 5.0 Microscopic Images (34 slides); 6.0 Miscellaneous (12 slides).
The collection consists of a one page letter to Gail [Dunsbery?] regarding the sale of periodical issues.
The fonds contains photocopies of six short stories by Raymond Knister: "Peaches, Peaches", "The First Day of Spring", "Grapes", "Horace the Haymow", "Indian Summer", and "Hackman's Night".