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    Memorial University of Newfoundland's student newspaper, providing coverage of university life as well as national and international news relating to students.Frequency: biweekly, 1951-present. Not published: March 1954? - April 1955. Includes advertisements

    The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 063, no. 1 (Spring 1964)

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    Table of contents: in processThe Newfoundland Quarterly (1901-present) began publication when the province was still an independent country, founder John J. Evans describing it as "a literary magazine of interest to Newfoundlanders at home and abroad." Geared to a general audience, it is the island's oldest magazine and the second oldest magazine published in Canada. It provides an invaluable forum for the publication of work by Newfoundland writers, artists and photographers. The magazine features articles on Newfoundland history and culture, interviews and biographies, literature and literary criticism including book reviews. Advertisements are included in the issues before 1983. Since 1966 the Newfoundland Quarterly has also included Aspects, a publication of the Newfoundland Historical Society

    The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 063, no. 4 (Winter 1964)

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    Christmas down under / Consie Howley -- Stand fast for Newfoundland / Dr. Robert Saunders, J.D. -- Early description of Newfoundland / Jim Steele -- A legend / Gregory J. Power -- Views from the crow’s nest / Larboard Watch -- Tributes to Dr. Robert Saunders and his work -- The Greenspond saga in history, song and story / Dr. Robert Saunders, J.D. -- This is Christmas / Rosemay Bauchman -- We have received -- A bouquet of Christmas memories / Helen Porter.The Newfoundland Quarterly (1901-present) began publication when the province was still an independent country, founder John J. Evans describing it as "a literary magazine of interest to Newfoundlanders at home and abroad." Geared to a general audience, it is the island's oldest magazine and the second oldest magazine published in Canada. It provides an invaluable forum for the publication of work by Newfoundland writers, artists and photographers. The magazine features articles on Newfoundland history and culture, interviews and biographies, literature and literary criticism including book reviews. Advertisements are included in the issues before 1983. Since 1966 the Newfoundland Quarterly has also included Aspects, a publication of the Newfoundland Historical Society

    The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 064, no. 1 (Spring 1965)

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    The St. John’s Street Railway Co. / Brian Wadden -- Iron men in wooden ships / J. G. Taylor -- The Harbour Grace Regatta / Arthur Fox -- When Newfoundland helped save Canada / Dr. Robert Saunders, J.D. -- The second night - flashback from Nfld. Quarterly 1904 -- The Greenspond saga -- Churchill / Rosemary Bauchman.The Newfoundland Quarterly (1901-present) began publication when the province was still an independent country, founder John J. Evans describing it as "a literary magazine of interest to Newfoundlanders at home and abroad." Geared to a general audience, it is the island's oldest magazine and the second oldest magazine published in Canada. It provides an invaluable forum for the publication of work by Newfoundland writers, artists and photographers. The magazine features articles on Newfoundland history and culture, interviews and biographies, literature and literary criticism including book reviews. Advertisements are included in the issues before 1983. Since 1966 the Newfoundland Quarterly has also included Aspects, a publication of the Newfoundland Historical Society

    The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 040, no. 3 (December 1940)

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    Guardian guns [illustration] -- Progress of the war : our gallant ally, Greece / W. J. Browne -- Winter at Bowring Park [illustration] -- Newfoundland artist’s picture purchased in Canada -- Christmas thoughts / Bertille Tobin -- The Newfoundland -- Warm welcome given to heroes of epic naval engagement -- The hospital white sister / Nellie Amos -- Mrs. Carroll celebrates her 113th birthday -- Guardian guns [illustration] -- A display of goods, manufactured by The Riverside Woolen Mills, Ltd., Makinson’s, C.B. [illustration] -- Vital statistics of Burgeo between 1860 and 1925, chapters II-III / Joseph H. Small ; edited by Rev. Dr. H. W. Cunningham -- Loading fish for market at Harbour Breton [illustration] -- Mount Moria off Bay of Islands [illustration] -- Water-worn granite groove framing waterfall in Mitchell’s Brook, Long Harbour, Fortune Bay [illustration] -- The voice from the sea shore / Nellie Amos -- Squid-curing in Newfoundland / Bertille Tobin -- Once upon a time : a Christmas Eve long ago / Captain Leo Murphy -- First roads built in Newfoundland [part III] / Richard Hibbs -- Waterford Bridge Valley, opposite Luke’s Brook [illustration] -- The field of Waterloo [part II] / Lord Morris -- Old Colinet Road [illustration] -- The Navy’s here / Ethel Weir -- The grace of friendship / Walter Bugden -- Newfoundland historian passes : Mr. W. A. Munn died suddenly on Tuesday morning, October 22nd / P. K. D.The Newfoundland Quarterly (1901-present) began publication when the province was still an independent country, founder John J. Evans describing it as "a literary magazine of interest to Newfoundlanders at home and abroad." Geared to a general audience, it is the island's oldest magazine and the second oldest magazine published in Canada. It provides an invaluable forum for the publication of work by Newfoundland writers, artists and photographers. The magazine features articles on Newfoundland history and culture, interviews and biographies, literature and literary criticism including book reviews. Advertisements are included in the issues before 1983. Since 1966 the Newfoundland Quarterly has also included Aspects, a publication of the Newfoundland Historical Society

    The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 045, no. 3 (December 1945)

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    Table of contents: in processThe Newfoundland Quarterly (1901-present) began publication when the province was still an independent country, founder John J. Evans describing it as "a literary magazine of interest to Newfoundlanders at home and abroad." Geared to a general audience, it is the island's oldest magazine and the second oldest magazine published in Canada. It provides an invaluable forum for the publication of work by Newfoundland writers, artists and photographers. The magazine features articles on Newfoundland history and culture, interviews and biographies, literature and literary criticism including book reviews. Advertisements are included in the issues before 1983. Since 1966 the Newfoundland Quarterly has also included Aspects, a publication of the Newfoundland Historical Society

    The Newfoundland Quarterly, volume 026, no. 4 (April 1927)

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    Indian Harbor, Newfoundland-Labrador [illustration] -- The lure of Placentia : of special interest to prospective visitors to Newfoundland / Sir Thomas H. Grattan Esmonde -- National aspect of the tourist traffic / Dr. Arthur Selwyn-Brown -- The S.S. “Caribou” : connecting link between North Sydney and Port aux Basque, Newfoundland -- Playing a salmon, Upper Humber River [illustration] -- The S.S. “Nerissa” : Red Cross Line, New York, Halifax and St. John’s, Nfld. route [illustration] -- S.S. “Silvia” : Red Cross Line, New York, Halifax and St. John’s, Nfld. [illustration] -- Special train at Bowring Park [illustration] -- Newfoundland Government steamer “Kyle” [illustration] -- South West Arm and Goose Cove, Trinity [illustration] -- Indian Falls, Hall’s Bay [illustration] -- The Newfoundland Hotel : “a bit of the new world in the old world” [illustration] -- Roads / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Ex tenebris mundi / Robert Gear MacDonald -- The problem of taxation / D. H. Travers -- H.M.S. “Hood” at Topsail, Conception Bay, Newfoundland [illustration] -- Labrador goes to Newfoundland -- One morning in Assisi / Eugenie du Maurier Meredith -- Dream voyage / Bro. Justin -- The late Rev. John T. Ashley -- The passing of Sir Robert Bond -- Requiem / D. Carroll -- The Deputy Minister of Justice -- At Easter / Edward F. Garesche -- The Bungalow, Bowring Park [illustration] -- Mr. James A. Carmichael, Secretary-Treasurer Commercial Travellers’ Association / H. -- To the bereaved / D.C. -- Sealing results to date -- S.S. “Neptune,” Capt. W. Winsor, Job Bros. & Co. [illustration] -- First and second arrival : April 8 -- St. George���s coal fields -- S.S. “Nascopie,” Capt. A. Kean, Messrs. Bowring Brothers, Ltd., high-liner [illustration] -- S.S. “Beothic,” Capt. Geo. Barbour, Messrs. Job Brothers & Co., Ltd., second highest [illustration] -- S.S. “Portia” : government mail steamer, western route [illustration].The Newfoundland Quarterly (1901-present) began publication when the province was still an independent country, founder John J. Evans describing it as "a literary magazine of interest to Newfoundlanders at home and abroad." Geared to a general audience, it is the island's oldest magazine and the second oldest magazine published in Canada. It provides an invaluable forum for the publication of work by Newfoundland writers, artists and photographers. The magazine features articles on Newfoundland history and culture, interviews and biographies, literature and literary criticism including book reviews. Advertisements are included in the issues before 1983. Since 1966 the Newfoundland Quarterly has also included Aspects, a publication of the Newfoundland Historical Society

    Patrick Cashin, piano (April 23, 2003)

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    Patrick Cashin, piano (April 23, 2003

    Tan, Siaw Pei, piano

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    Tan, Siaw Pei, pian

    Cheralyn Carroll, soprano; Ross Martin, piano; Sean Carroll, clarinet

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    Cheralyn Carroll, soprano; Ross Martin, piano; Sean Carroll, clarine
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