Correspondence with R.A. Tweedie : April 1956. (Book, 1956) [WorldCat.org]
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Correspondence with R.A. Tweedie : April 1956.

Author: Robert A TweedieMurray MacLarenA P CampbellP MitchellWilliam ThomsonAll authors
Publisher: 1956 Apr. 3 - Apr. 30.
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Topics include: the collection of letters and documents concerning early New Brunswick, including Peter Mitchell correspondence dated between 1858 - 1862; N.B. Travel Bureau's film "Picture Province"; art gallery site test borings; an elevator for the Miramichi Hospital; renovations at Somerville House with photographs of hallways indicating locations for installing an elevator; Lady Beaverbrook Rink; Beaverbrook  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Named Person: Max Aitken Beaverbrook, Baron; Max Aitken Beaverbrook, Baron
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert A Tweedie; Murray MacLaren; A P Campbell; P Mitchell; William Thomson; James Rogers; Samuel Leonard Tilley, Sir; Isabella Mitchell; Jacob Mitchell; Louise Manny
OCLC Number: 270526089
Notes: 5 multiple items (extracopies found in file).
Photocopies replace or accompany some deteriorating originals.
Un-numbered photograph between item 25364 and 25356.
Description: Correspondence : 82 (99 leaves) photographs : 2 : black and white

Abstract:

Topics include: the collection of letters and documents concerning early New Brunswick, including Peter Mitchell correspondence dated between 1858 - 1862; N.B. Travel Bureau's film "Picture Province"; art gallery site test borings; an elevator for the Miramichi Hospital; renovations at Somerville House with photographs of hallways indicating locations for installing an elevator; Lady Beaverbrook Rink; Beaverbrook Foundation expense list and Lord Beaverbrook's opinion that too much was being spent on travel for interviewing candidates for scholarships; an extension for the Lady Beaverbrook Residence.

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