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A. D. MacNeill

  • MG 15.80
  • Fonds
  • 1880 - 1891

Fonds consists of: 1. Biography by John Davis. 2. Poem “Salt Mountain.`` 3. Newspaper article by Mr. MacNeill’s on poetry and health (1885). 4. A collection of his poems entitled “Woodlands & Other Rhymes; The Panorama of the Age.” 5. Memorial tribute “To The Memory of John A. MacNeill.”

A. D. MacNeill

Alex Storm

  • MG 15.66
  • Fonds
  • 1965

Fonds of consist of a reproduction (photocopy) of Marine diver, Alex Storm: “The History, Search, Discovery and Recovery of the Treasure of the “Chameau” (1725). Note, this Story is not to be used or duplicated without consent in writing from the author. Refer: F 5052, T7 in UCCB Library.

Anne Briscoe

  • MG 15.56
  • Fonds
  • 1982

Fonds include the following: 1. Poem “Ode to Mary Jane” (1982-1983). Commentaries on CBC Radio are on Tape #2085 (June 1983) 53 photocopied p. 2. Scripts written and broadcast on CBC in (October 1983 & January-February 1984) 84 photocopied p.

Anonymous

  • MG 15.3
  • Item

Two comic poems: “Prayers of the MacDonalds” and “The Highlandman’s Prayer.”

Anselme Boudreau

  • MG 15.48
  • Fonds
  • 1982

Fonds consist of writings by Mr. Boudreau, a lifetime resident of Cheticamp. The following writings are French:
a) Présque trente ans á la mine de plátre
b) Les Sorciers
c) Le Reverend Pierre Fiset: maladie, mort et funerailles
d) Les premiére maisons a Chéticamp
e) Les goélettes et le cabotage
f) Les ouvrages de l’année
g) L’électricité á Chéticamp
h) L’ouvragé des femmes acadiennes
i) Habits de nos ancetres
j) La peche, ancienne et moins ancienne
k) Les fianciailles d’autrefiois
l) L’Eglise Saint Pierre de Chéticamp
m) L’Hopital Sacre-Coeur de Chéticamp
n) Details sur l’église de Chéticamp
o) La mine de Platre, commerce d’Angleterre

Archie Neil Chisholm

  • MG 15.58
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1936

Fonds consist of 2 p. of photocopies of “Cranberry Song." A poem by Mr. Chisholm, a teacher at Margaree Forks, Inverness County.

Barbara Montgomery

  • MG.15.14
  • Fonds
  • 1969

Fonds consist of a poem wrote in 1969 titled "To Ski-do or Ski-Don't."

Brian Gabriel

  • MG 15.54
  • Fonds
  • 1977-1981

Fonds consist of the following: 1. Three examples of Gabriel’s greeting cards (1977) and five political cartoons (1981). 2. Eight Christmas and greeting cards and twenty-eight clippings of cartoons published in The Citizen (1980-81).

Canadian Popular Theater Alliance

  • MG 15.78
  • Fonds
  • 1985 - 1987

Fonds consist of the Canadian Popular Theater Alliance, including the following:

A. Board Minutes, including financial summaries.
B. Notes from Alliance meetings.
C. Financial Records. 1. Fundraising. 2. Devco. 3. Secretary of State. 4. Canada Council. 5. Dept. of Culture, Recreation and Fitness. 6. Dept. of Communications. 7. Support - C.I.D.A. 8. Financial Summaries - Secretary of State, C.I.D.A. 9.Challenge 1987 - Student Grant.
D. Participation lists.
E. Participating marries - Secretary of State, C.I.D.A.
F. Press releases.
G. Evaluation of plays.
H. C. P. T. A. - Winnipeg, 1985.

Cape Breton Artists' Association

  • MG 15.73
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1985

Fond include the following: A. Summary of the Cape Breton Artists Association, the President's Annual Report, December, 1985 (3 copies). B. Cape Breton Artists Association exhibit, Beaton Institute, exhibit list with prices. C. Cape Breton Artists Association visitor's book (1973-1979). D. Minute Book - C. B. Artists Association (1979-1982).

Cape Breton Chorale

  • MG 15.47
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1998

Fonds consists of records documenting the performances, tours, community activities and governance of the Cape Breton Chorale. Fonds includes sound recordings from original performances, radio broadcasts, and taped interviews with choir members. Textual documents include financial reports, correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings, interview transcripts, awards, membership information and histories about the Chorale. Colour photographs and 35mm slides are found in the records along with a comprehensive collection of scrapbook albums documenting the activities of the group from its inception until 2010. A small collection of VHS video tapes are also available featuring the televised program "Now the Bells Ring with Rita MacNeil" as well as other performances.

Cape Breton Chorale

Carole M. Chisholm & Rod A. MacKinnon

  • MG 15.82
  • Fonds
  • 1892-1993

Fonds consist of alphabetical listing of various writers pertaining to Cape Breton. and their bio-biography's. Chisholm and MacKinnon undertook this project to justify a course credit.

Castle Players Society

  • MG 15.74
  • Fonds
  • 1986

Fonds consists of programs and posters of the Castle Players Society: A. Script for play Castle of Steel: The Legend of Moxham’s Castle produced at UCCB Playhouse. 1. Manuscript includes a background preamble, production schedule, set and set pieces, and cast of characters.

Centre Bras d'Or

  • MG 15.87
  • File
  • 1985-1993

Centre Bras d'Or files have been arranged in the following order:
A.
File 1 - Centre Bras d'Or By-Laws - Act of Incorporation (Societies Act) 1985-1990
File 2 - Act of Incorp. - Amendments, By-Laws
File 3 - Correspondence 1986-1993
File 4 - Correspondence, memos , repots 1986-1992
File 5 - Board minutes 1986-1987
File 6 - Board minutes 1988-1993
Centre Bras d'Or MG 15.87
B. Financial
File 7 - Financial statements 1985-1989
File 8 - Budgets, financial statements, reports 1986-1993
File 9 - Investment & sponsorship proposal 1986-1993
File 10 - Proposal - Wool Production Industry
File 11 - Festival Director's Report 1987-88
C. Misc. Files
File 12 - Employment Programs, SEED Grants, Development Plan, 1986- 1989
File 13 - Friends of Centre Bras d'Or, 1988
File 14 - Centre Bras d'Or Festival Supporters, 1988
File 15 - " " Gym Project, 1988
File 16 - " " Development Committee, 1986
File 17 - " " Weaving Program, 1987
File 18 - " " Canada Council Applicants
File 19 - " " Application for Supporting (DEVCO) 1985-86 File 20 - " " Application - Cultural Initiative Program 1988
File 21 - Centre Bras d'Or "Getting to 1990" - The Implementation
Project (1987) & the next three years
File 22 - Centre Bras d'Or - Request funding form Pharmaceutical
Companies 1987-1988
File 23 - Centre Bras d'Or - Benefits For Sponsors
File 24 - " " - Implementation Program - letters to EEOG, replies and results 1987-88
File 25 - Centre Bras d'Or - Contributions 1987
File 26 - " " - Friends of Centre 1987
File 27 - " " - Fund Raising Committee 1988
File 28 - " " - Guest List
File 29 - 1987 J. Fisher Hudson - Corresp. & clippings from Press and Response of the Chair, Dr. D.F. Campbell
File 30 - Campaign brochure, 1986
File 31 - Correspondence re. Proposed Centre & Baddeck HIgh School 1987-1989

Centre Bras d'Or

Clifford Mader

  • MG 15.65
  • Fonds
  • 1984

Fonds consists of a reproduction (photocopy) of the story, “Black Christmas.”

D. M. Matheson

  • MG 15.13
  • Fonds
  • (N.D.)

Poem “December 6, 1917” describing the Halifax Explosion of that date.

Dan Louis MacDonald

  • MG.15.35
  • Fonds
  • 1955 - ?

Fond consists of poem, “The Bochan Bridge of Canso.”

Daniel D. MacKenzie

  • MG 15.2
  • Fonds
  • 1881

Fond consists of the following poem entitled “The MacDonald-Lynch Wrestling Match” by D. D. MacKenzie (1859-1927) of Lake Ainslie and North Sydney. He was M.P. for Cape Breton North-Victoria, 1904-1923 and judge of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. The poem is a tribute to Dr. H. N. (Hudy) MacDonald who won the wrestling championship of America 16 August 1881.

Daniel Petrie

  • MG 15.63
  • Fonds
  • 1983

Fonds consist of the original screenplay “The Bay Boy” by Daniel Petrie, filmed in Glace Bay. Permission required to use.

Debra Meeks

  • MG 15.29
  • Fonds
  • 1978

Debra Meeks, a native of Ontario, collected songs from the Aspy Bay area during the summer of 1978. The Tapes [T-1328] include not only songs but stories and local history.Cassette tapes of folk songs and stories from Aspy Bay, 1978. Transcripts of songs collected by Miss Meeks with biographies of several composers: Stanley Collins, Dan Norman Cummings, Alex MacDonnell, Earl Cameron and Ernest Tingley McEvoy, 1978-1979. (Tape 1182 to 1186). Pamphlet: Irish traditional folk songs in Halifax: a preliminary study, 1980. 28 pages. Cassette: The question of the survival of Irish traditional folk song, both by Debra Meeks. [Tape #2014]

Meeks, Debra

Dominic Nardocchio

  • MG 15.15
  • Fonds
  • 1968

Three reviews of local musical events, published in the Cape Breton Highlander.

Dr. C. Lamont MacMillan

  • MG 15.68
  • Fonds
  • 1975

Fonds consist of the following: part of the original manuscript of Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor`` by Dr. MacMillan. Please referto R 464 M45 for published version of the book.

Dr. George G. Campbell fonds

  • MG 15.43
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1968

Fonds consists of research papers pertaining to M. Saint Luc do la Corne and his ship "L'Auguste" (1963-1967); correspondence and memorandum regarding research on the life of Samuel Walter Prenties; draft of writings on the history of various Cape Breton communities; various notes and articles.

Dr. Robert L. Murray

  • MG 15.67
  • Fonds
  • 1934

Fonds consist of the following: “The Murray Family” and “Childhood Days on the Bras d’Or Lakes” written by Dr. Murray are a reproduction (typescript) of his recollections of events that took place during 1860-1867 when his father was a general merchant at Grand Narrows. They are all based on his actual experiences and give a vivid picture of life in a small community in Cape Breton at that time.

Duncan MacKay

  • MG 15.71
  • Fonds
  • 1985

Mr. MacKay is a former alderman of the City of Sydney and an active community worker. His fonds include two papers written by Mr. MacKay, “Bunkering Sydney Harbour between 1934 and 1939” and “A Short History of Trinity United Church.”

Francis H. C. Stevens

  • MG 15.44
  • Fonds
  • 1832-1973

The following fonds and lengthy and consist of correspondence, memorandum, printed material, and clippings regarding genealogy and family history of Francis Stevens, notebooks on botany with free hand illustrations by William C. Stevens, Francis' father the botanist at Kansas University, biography of William C. Stevens, reviews of Cape Breton cultural events and concerts, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks, and a nice collection of photographs.

Frank F. Robertson

  • MG 15.22
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1983

In 1942, Frank Robertson initiated a job printing business in New Waterford which he operated until 1966. In 1968, he joined the Cape Breton Bird Society and soon began writing his weekly column For the Birds for the Cape Breton Post. In 1978 he began a series for CBC.

Papers include:

  1. Correspondence and papers pertaining to publication of an anthology of verse by Cape Breton authors, 192-1930. Original and typescript, 2 cm.
  2. “For the Birds”, a newspaper column by Mr. Robertson, 22 November 1969 to May 1976. Typescript and clippings (5 folios), 11 cm.
  3. Clipping: “Elves refuse to Give up Blackett’s Lake Home”, 1928

Fred G. MacDonald Fonds

  • MG 15.41
  • Fonds
  • 1940-1971

Fonds consist of photocopies of the following papers by Mr. MacDonald: “Solomon Jacobs”, “Pottle’s Lake Drowning," “The Sacrament in the Early Days, 1873," “The Gammell Will Case, 1880," “The Flavin Murder 1833," “The Tragedy of the ‘Troop’, 1873," “Tale of the Bungling Hangman, 1816," “North Sydney and the Atlantic Cable [Sydney Harbour Convoys], 1940-1942. Also, textual records include, clippings and write-ups on Flora MacDonald and her father, Fred MacDonald.

George G. Patterson

  • MG 15.49
  • Fonds
  • 1885

Fonds consists of history of Victoria County by George G. Patterson. Together with a short History of Baddeck by the late Robert Elmsley.

Gordon F. MacQuarrie

  • MG 15.8
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1965

Fonds consists of 1) Scottish music, handwritten, some composed by Mr. MacQuarrie; 2) Fragments of letters about music; and 3) a newspaper clipping by the Cape Breton Post of Mr. MacQuarrie’s death.

MacQuarrie, Gordon F.

Gwen Pearson Booth

  • MG 15.33
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1964

Fond consists of the following 1. Writings: Hiking and Fishing Trails in Cape Breton (1964), The Story of the “Chameau”, An Historical Sketch of St. Ann’s (1964), “Arctic Endeavour”, Ancient Indian Burial Rites, Ancient Anchor of Englishtown.

  1. Clippings: General Wolfe and the Second Siege of Louisbourg (1963), St. George’s Church Established in 1785 (1962), A Wolf in Cape Breton (1960), The Hermit of Catalone, (n.d.), A Stranger at Mainadieu (1959), Primitive Religion of the Indians (1962), Oldest Lighthouse in North America, Letter to the Editor concerning an underground passageway at Louisbourg

Harry A. Archibald

  • MG 15.85
  • Fonds
  • 1940s and 1950s

Collection of poems and songs include:

  1. Local Poems & Old Come-All-Ye-Songs - the shores of Pottles Lake & others; original booklet (52 p.) plus photocopy of same (29 p.) 2. The Caribou written November 16, 1942 (1 p.) and Marjorie M. (1 p.) 3. Windfalls, 1950 (3 p.) 4. New Poems of Cape Breton (The Mills of Time and many others) original booklet (52 p.) plus photocopy of same (29 pages).

Harry A. Archibald

Helen C. MacDonald

  • MG 15.5
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1978

Fonds consists of poetry and plays written by Mrs. MacDonald; history of schools in the Mira area; MacIntyre genealogy; and background material for "History of Mira Gut."
A. Writings by Mrs. Macdonald:
Play: “A Centennial Year Visit” 1967. typescript, 3 pages.
Poetry about Cape Breton, 1969-1978
Original, photocopy and print, 29 pages
Scrapbook of history of schools in the Mira District,
1959-1965. Photocopy and print, 29 pages
“Clan an T-Saoir” [MacIntyre Genealogy], n.d.
Photocopy, 12 pages.
“A Women’s Institute Rally”, 1969.
Original and clipping, 2 pages
Presented by Mrs. MacDonald.
82-68-1538
B. Manuscript, clippings and background material for “History of Mira Gut” [pamphlet 729] including a map showing location of Lost Village. Photocopy, 2 cm

Helen C. MacDonald

Inverness County Council of the Arts

  • MG 15.64
  • Fonds
  • 1983-1984

The Council was organized to encourage the development, performance and presentation of the creative, visual and performing arts in Inverness County. Fonds consist of the following: constitution (1983) and report submitted to Inverness County Council (1984).

Jack Silburt

  • MG 15.90
  • Fonds
  • 1940s and 1950s

Fonds consist of thirty-eight sketches of local Cape Breton politicians, sports figures, municipal leaders, U.M.W. workers, local issues, and Canso Causeway and transportation concerns.

Jack Silburt

James D. Gillis

  • MG 15.50
  • Fonds
  • 1952-1961

James D. Gillis born in Strathlorne Inverness County was the author of several books including “The Cape Breton Giant.” Fonds also consist of correspondence between Mr. Gillis and C. & G. McLeod Ltd, Sydney, concerning publication and payment. Also, correspondence concerning Mr. Gillis’ Map of the World, 1964-1974.

Jeremy Akerman

  • MG 15.69
  • Fonds
  • 1981

Fonds include a rough copy of "Black Around the Eyes," a novel about Cape Breton coal miners. See PS 8551 K47 D64 in Cape Breton Library.

John Allan Cameron

  • MG 15.34
  • Fonds
  • 1978

Fonds consists of correspondence, papers, and clippings pertaining to the “Cape Breton Salutes John Allan Cameron” program, October 21 and 22, 1978, sponsored by the Division of Continuing Education, College of Cape Breton, and New Dawn Enterprises.

John Ingram Ball

  • MG.15.18
  • Fonds
  • September 1932

Words by John Ingram Bell "Who Stole Lindy's Baby?"

John Smith

  • MG. 15.36
  • Fonds
  • 1954

Fond consists of a folk tale, “Every Dog has His Day” in which the author uses names of people living in Shenacadie.

John W. Roberts

  • MG.15.9
  • Fonds
  • 1961

Poem titled My Ingonish Home.

John W. Roberts

Joseph Sherman

  • MG 15.89
  • Fonds
  • 1969-1994

Fonds consist of the following: a) Biographical information (3 p.) copied from book covers and contains list of his publications, anthologies, comments, professional organizations, readings, lectures and workshops. b) Material includes the following poems from various publications: Birthday, New Brunswick Chapbooks, 1969: Boy Retreating in Cape Breton; Confectionery Store; School Days; Ben David the Loyalist in Battle; Commentary on the Jewish Problem. c) From the New Poets of P.E.I.: "Somebody's Father". d) Unpublished: "Wondering With the Dead," Whitney Pier, August 27, 1994. e) Lords of Shouting: My Immigrants; Rite of Passage; Broadway Nights, Whitney Pier '61; Redmond's Farm in Autumn (A Fragment); A Short History; For Notes Toward a Jewish Poem; Song For My Own. f) Chaim The Slaughterer: Gone; What We Look For, Who We Find; The Flesh; Where Are They Now?; Kashrut: An Observation; Additional Service; The Anniversary; Chaim the Slaughterer.

Joseph Sherman

Kenzie Macneil

  • MG 15.72
  • Fonds
  • 1985-1993

Fonds consist of a scroll from Nova Scotia Premier John Buchanan officially proclaiming Kenzie MacNeil's popular song "The Island" as the anthem for Cape Breton (1985). Fonds also include a copy of MacNeil`s "Boat People,``which are lyrics written for the 11th annual meeting of the federation of Nova Scotia heritage, held at Sydney, Cape Breton on October 28-30 (1988).

Leo Boutilier

  • MG. 15.26
  • Fonds
  • 1972

Fond consists of poetry written by Leo Boutilier. First poem titled "Born To Love You," Second poem titled, "Heaven for Losers," Third poem titled, "Love's Gone," Fourth poem titled, "A Friend My Love Somewhere," Fifth poem titled, "To Lost At Love," Sixth poem titled, "A Cape Bretoner With A Dream," Final poem titled, "The Lonely Cape Bretoner."

Lewis Parker

  • MG 15.81
  • Fonds
  • 1984-1986

Fonds consist of letters and sketches regarding the paintings of twelve murals portraying the history of Cape Breton by Mr.Parker. In 1982, Cape Breton University commissioned Parker for the murals and he had great help with their completion by his partner, New Waterford Native, Terry MacDonald. The work is a series of acrylic on Belgian linen and each measure 7 feet by 4 feet and were hanging in the Great Hall at CBU by 1987.

Parker, Lewis

Lillian Crewe Walsh

  • MG 15.77
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1962

Fonds consist of poems by Lillian Crewe Walsh: well known and prolific Cape Breton poet born in Neil's Harbor, Nova Scotia.

A. Original manuscript of poetry and prose, mostly updated. (5cm)
B. Fragments of original manuscripts, including "A History of Neil's Harbour," and "Skipper Jim." (4cm)
C. Workbooks of manuscript poetry and prose, workbook includes a handwritten novel entitled "My Early Days." (12cm)
D. Correspondence, three undated letters regarding a poem for the Clan Macleod.
E. Clippings of poetry and prose many of which are found in manuscript form in the above A and B. (2cm)
F. Three items of printed poetry on leaflet.
G. Two scrapbook clippings which also include original poetry as well as material found in the above E and F. (5cm)

Lois Sampson

  • MG 15.31
  • Fonds
  • 1979

Fonds consist of a collection of folk stories from the Petit de Grat area, Isle Madame, told in French-Acadian during July-August, 1979. Included are photographs of the informants and places of interest in Petit de Grat (see T-1180).

M. Almon Lewis

  • MG 15.12
  • Fonds
  • 1925-1942

Fonds consist of poetry composed by Mr. Lewis pertaining to his uncle's general store and to an old time horse race.

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