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UNB - [Dr. A.G. Bailey] : [June 1954-May 1957].

Author: Alfred Goldsworthy BaileyJames J TalmanEsther HarrisonBonar Law Bennett Library.Convoys Ltd. (London, England)All authors
Publisher: 1954 July 2 - 1957 May 29.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Letters, telegrams, news clippings, lists, soundscribers and memos discussing: search for and/or acquisition of books and paintings; shipment of works of art, books, gramophone records to UNB; Fredericton Society of Artists and UNB (1954) exhibits; loan of paintings from the Dominion Gallery; gifts - M. James Boylen (a Krieghoff), Alice Millar (R.B. Bennett's books), J.E. McCready (Kipling letter), Lord Beaverbrook
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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Named Person: Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey; Fred Cogswell; J Russell Harper; Gertrude E Gunn; Hilary E Wingate
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey; James J Talman; Esther Harrison; Bonar Law Bennett Library.; Convoys Ltd. (London, England); M. Knoedler & Co.; Dora Hood's Book Room.; University of New Brunswick. Faculty of Arts.
OCLC Number: 270533434
Notes: 1 multiple item (extra copy found in file).
Photocopies replace or accompany some deteriorating originals.
Description: Correspondence : 342 (360 leaves) Technical drawings : 1 : sketch.

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Letters, telegrams, news clippings, lists, soundscribers and memos discussing: search for and/or acquisition of books and paintings; shipment of works of art, books, gramophone records to UNB; Fredericton Society of Artists and UNB (1954) exhibits; loan of paintings from the Dominion Gallery; gifts - M. James Boylen (a Krieghoff), Alice Millar (R.B. Bennett's books), J.E. McCready (Kipling letter), Lord Beaverbrook (books), Judge Farris (1,000 dollars), Sir John Elliot (historical books and letters); security, humidity and temperature in the Bonar Law Bennett Library; acquisition and shipment of books to St. Thomas College (Chatham, N.B.) and Old Manse Library (Newcastle, N.B.); collecting of books and manuscripts relating to Acadian, Maritime, Canadian and British history; Knox and Calvin Collection; Colonel House papers; the Kipling atlas; biographical sketches of William Beckford, Fred Cogswell and (CONTINUED).

(CONTINUES) J. Russell Harper; Miss Harrison to head UNB Student Christian movement; portraits of Bonar Law and Beaverbrook's desire to secure an original portrait from Lady Sykes; Alexander Davison and mention of his name in the Nelson letter to Lady Hamilton; the Royal Institute for the Advancement of Learning at McGill University; proposed Archives; Peter Mitchell, Gilmour and Rankine and Winslow papers; Alfred Bailey awarded the Harold Innis Visiting Professorship at the University of Toronto (1955-56); manuscripts relating to Lord Durham, Thomas Baillie, Lord Stanley, etc.; Gertrude Gunn and Hilary Wingate recommended to indexthe Bennett papers; reported visit of Sebastian and John Cabot to the Miramichi; Naomi Griffiths application for a Beaverbrook Scholarship; Jesse Jones Scholarship for the historical studies of New Brunswick and the United States; notes on the poem "Ego Sum" by J.B. Snowball and Bliss Carman works. The file contains book lists and a sketch of the Bonar La.

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